B360 means “Be the Revolution.” What does a rider look like? Are motorcycles “good” or “bad?” What about riders? Perception is everything, and one woman in Baltimore is working to change the local perception about riders.
When off road riding, you have moments of clarity. Usually right before you have moments of Oh #$&%! I had one of those moments this weekend, realizing that off road riding is like parenting a rambunctious toddler.
While the WABDR Day 2 was the first challenge to overcome, finishing a 6 day off road trip was the next goal to manage. Here’s the low down.
Washington Backcountry Discovery Route WABDR Section 2 is known for a geological feature called “Baby Head Hill.” Join me in day two of this summer’s adventure. (If you missed day 1, check it out HERE!)
The Washington Backcountry Discovery Route (WABDR): Breathtaking views, six days of challenging off road riding, camaraderie, and camping, is there anything else you could ask for in an off road trip? Join me in this multipart exploration as I share my adventure!
A few times a week, on one facebook group or another, I see the question: What are the best dual sport motorcycles for women? Well, today we respond.
Raising visibility of female riders is best accomplished, like anything, by riding. This year, I attended Flock to the Rock to celebrate International Female Ride Day with a hundred other women, and I must admit, my flock rocked.
Almost 20 years ago, Laura started her adventures as a pillion. Fast forward eight years, and she has moved from pillion to pilot.
“Following your heart and living in the power and presence of love” is the message Ashley and Step are sharing as they travel the world by Ural.
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.