Women’s International Motorcycle Association, or WIMA, has been uniting women riders since 1958. WIMA’s international president Asa Ohqvist, a Swedish rider currently living in Spain, says WIMA is all about international sisterhood and a network of like-minded female riders, supporting and connecting women across countries
Jody Ocker, a rider from Sunbury, Pennsylvania, is on an adventure of a lifetime: currently, she is riding with Charley Boorman across southern Africa.
Charley Boorman isn’t just an actor, adventurer, and motorcyclist: he’s also a loving dad to daughters Doone and Kinvara, who can both ride a bike – and love going off on their own adventures.
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
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
BY EGLE GERULAITYTE Sandra Binkle and her husband Thomas have been adventuring on two wheels for nearly two decades now. Last year, the Swiss couple decided to take on another challenge and ride the notorious BAM road and the Road of Bones in Russia.
BY EGLE GERULAITYTE Meeting Aida Valenti is like being hit by a crazy energy bomb. She’s loud. She’s from Long Island.
BY EGLE GERULAITYTE Aged only 23, Elspeth set off alone but for her trusty 1974 BMW in 1983.
EGLE GERULAITYTE Heather Robertson, co-owner of the Rule of Five Wilderness Company, is an avid hiker and an outdoors aficionado. But this year, she’s embarking on a different adventure: Heather is about to get into motorcycling.