BY EGLE GERULAITYTE Chantal Simons, better known as the Chick on the Chook Chaser, is a contributor at Women ADV Riders, so there was a risk for a little bias. To even things out, I decided to be very critical about Chantal’s book, “She’ll Be
BY KRIS FANT I walk into the office, and before I have my motorcycle gear off, I have started the hot water for my tea and responded to three emails.
CHANTAL SIMONS “At 1.30 PM, I arrive at the river crossing. Parked on the side, I observe the situation. This is it, this is the 100 metres of rocky, bouldery, crocodile-inhabited challenge I have both feared and looked forward to for the past 1000 miles.
I was at a party when a woman found out I ride a motorcycle and said “I find you so intimidating.”
My alarm goes off. It’s dark. A toe sneaks out of the covers. It’s cold.
EGLE GERULAITYTE Jessica Leyne, better known as Jess Sjiriki Zekusn on social media, is one of the most badass ADV women out there.
As a height challenged rider, I’m always on the lookout for ADV bikes that allow me to get a couple of toes on the ground.
LYNDA LAHMAN “Kurt wants to know if you like him.” The urgency in my friend’s voice was clear; this was a question that she thought demanded my immediate attention.
BY GRACE MCDONALD I’ve got a KTM 690 Enduro and I’m 15,000km into my overland trip from Sydney to Paris via Asia and the Middle East.
SARAH JORGENSEN Does confidence lead us to take more chances? Or does taking chances build our confidence? I’d say both are true.