Thanks to social media, availability of motorcycles, and great marketing, riding a motorcycle around the world has become as commonplace as gap year backpacking – only motorized, and with a touch of Power Ranger aesthetics.
BY EGLE GERULAITYTE As a solo female rider, I’d always had that big, scary “what if” somewhere in the back of my mind.
Join us in a podcast conversation with traveler and writer Elspeth Beard, and our own author and Women ADV Riders magazine Editor in Chief Egle Gerulaityte, as they discuss Elspeth’s inspirational journey across the world on a motorcycle—The first woman to ride all four continents
In the second part of this two-part Travel Psychology podcast series, author of Ubuntu and world traveler Heather Ellis talks with Jacqui Kennedy of Postie Notes and Women ADV Riders Contributing Editor Elisa Wirkala as they discuss travel psychology and life on the road: When things take a
Every parent begins the process of raising a child with a mixture of hopes, dreams, and fears. And though each child is born with a temperament encoded in their DNA, fostering the right attitudes at home guides our children to become adventurous and confident adults
Have you just had a break from riding, for whatever reason (a long winter break or recovering from surgery) and the thought of riding or taking a particular route suddenly fills you with trepidation? For all of us, there are periods in our lives
Xenia Sagesser is on a round-the-world off road adventure – and she’s not sure if there’s an end date.
Hanna Johansson has one message for us: “If we open up and come together and give love, we’ll receive love. The world is filled with beauty and warmth.” Hanna exudes #Adventure is Attitude.
Safia Miletus, a Syrian-Canadian girl, lives on the road. Traveling North America on her bright red Kawasaki Ninja named Cardinal, Safia is breaking stereotypes and redefining freedom.
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