Dear Lynda, I’m a caregiver for my mom, and I’m worried about what would happen to her if I get injured riding my motorcycle. Should I give it up?
BY EGLE GERULAITYTE Riding RTW as a couple can be the best thing ever – if you stand the test of being together 24/7, working as a team, and learning to compromise, that is.
With Spring on the doorstep, Global Moto Adventures is celebrating women adventure riders with a female-centric motorcycle event, Flock to the Rock.
BY DEBORAH AZZOPARDI I would like to start by saying one thing. I have huge respect for both men and women on how far they have come across in the adventure world, but I will always have greater sympathy and admiration towards female travelers, leaders, and influencers.
BY ALDONA PIEVA Gabriela Novotna was the first Czech female rider to participate in the Dakar Rally.
While the leadership of the ADV Woman Rally is all female, the event is co-ed. We interviewed participants to hear their experience of the men of the ADV Woman Rally, and it was fantastic.
Dear Lynda, I’ve been asked to go on group rides with others and have never gone on one before. What should I know before I join them? ~Lynne Dear Lynne, Riding with a group can be a lot of fun, but it also has its
Suzie Bostock and her boyfriend Kevin left Bristol, England, in search for an adventure.
In this two-part podcast series, author and seasoned traveler Linda Bootherstone Bick, Jacqui Kennedy of Postie Notes (Australia on a Postie Bike) and Women ADV Riders Contributing Editor Elisa Wirkala discuss travel psychology and life on the road: When things take a turn for
EGLE GERULAITYTE Riding round the world two-up, with little previous motorcycling experience and no fixed return date?