BY EGLE GERULAITYTE Tired of stuffing your face with gas station snacks, fast food meals, and deli sandwiches on the go? Here’s a simple, cheap, and easy guide to going Paleo on the road!
BY DAWN PISTO Saturday, on my way to Diamond Mill Off Highway Vehicle area, I got a message from a friend. “We’re heading out to Rogers Camp to ride around the circumference of Browns Camp tomorrow morning. Not sure on exact timeline yet. Are you
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.
EGLE GERULAITYTE So you’ve got the bike, the gear, and the enthusiasm: you’re ready for your first adventure ride!
BY KRIS FANT 104 degrees Fahrenheit. 35 mph hot cross wind. Tired. Thirsty. Hot. Many of us have been there, riding through the desert, unprepared for the conditions if we have never ridden extreme heat before. Here are some tips for surviving.
BY EGLE GERULAITYTE So here’s the deal: I’ve never had any motorcycle riding training. Ever.
BY ELISA WIRKALA After four years of travel, frugal adventuring is pretty much my full-time gig. Whether riding the continents, hiking across countries or climbing granite walls, I get a big appetite!
BY ÅSA ÖHQVIST Intro by Elisa Wirkala After 6 months riding through a dozen countries, I felt weak and exhausted. I knew the muscles I’d once earned from long-distance trekking and climbing were slowly deteriorating, to be replaced with shoulder and neck pain from battling the
BY KRIS FANT The time came to return to the ranch. It’s dirty laundry time; here are the coaching assessment results from my first session with Coach Stroud. This is where Student Centered Coaching continues to parts ways from a traditional training school.
BY KRIS FANT My relationship with Coach Stroud started with his question, “Are you okay with having your laundry hanging out for all to see? The good, the bad and the ugly?”