BY ELISA WIRKALA On a cold winter’s night in 2011, Shalmarie Wilson zipped up her jacket over the layers keeping her warm. She was tired after a long day of work, and looked forward to getting home. She slipped on her helmet and became distracted,
Our neck is a proportionately slender portion of our anatomy. While it may not often be injured by direct impact in a motorcycle accident, it is at significant risk during any impact, and injuries can be severe. Why Wear a Neck Brace? Peggy from Rev’It
Dear Lynda, My girlfriend recently found out she has a medical issue and cannot ride. I’ve offered to stop, but she says I should continue.
BY MARY CREIGHTON The first bit of light starts to dry the dew off of the tent. It’s 7am and it’s already warm. The fuzzy outline of a thought emerges: Coffee.
BY KRIS FANT For three years I have been riding dual sports in the Pacific Northwest, and for three years, people have been saying, “Have you been to the Touratech Rally?” I used to wonder what the big deal was, and now I know.
BY EGLE GERULAITYTE After an eighteen-month stint riding a small motorcycle in South America and a recent European tour two-up, I knew I was ready to take on a different challenge.
BY KRIS FANT Riding is much more than jumping on a motorcycle and twisting the throttle. I’d like to give you a peek into my conversations with Coach, in the hopes that this will help you develop in your own riding self assessment and training.
BY CHANTAL SIMONS When riding my motorcycle alone in a foreign country, conversations usually begin like this: “Alone? Why are you travelling alone?”
Dear Lynda, My fiancée wants to start riding, but I’m not sure the best way to help her get started. My buddies say don’t teach her, because they’ve seen a bunch of relationships fail when partners teach each other. What would you do? ~Tom Dear
EGLE GERULAITYTE Kim Prichard, a road racer and street rider, says her all-time favorite is still the racetrack.