BY EGLE GERULAITYTE Ken and Carol Duval have been adventure riding since 1997 – and they’re still going strong.
BY KRIS FANT What happens when you have grandparents that ride together on an xl500r to pay you a visit as a little girl? When your father tells stories about his own father teaching him to ride? When you watch your grandfather and your dad
BY EGLE GERULAITYTE Two doctors, two bikes, two charities: that’s the journey motto of Megan and Matthew Snyman, two South Africans out on a mission to explore and fundraise.
PHOTO BY DALLAS MCNAMARA BY EGLE GERULAITYTE Artist Heather L. Johnson has covered nearly 40,000 miles across the Americas on her Yamaha XT250. But it’s not quite about the miles or the destination.
BY KRIS FANT Did you grow up riding motorcycles, or did you start later in life? Have you ever wondered what it was like to be around motorcycles for as long as you could remember? How might that change someone’s personality?
BY EGLE GERULAITYTE Trui Hanoulle, aka the Elektrogirl, a graphic designer and photographer from Belgium, has ridden around Europe, the Middle East and Asia more than most. She doesn’t call herself an adventuress, though.
BY EGLE GERULAITYTE Linda Bootherstone – Bick, a British – Australian motorcyclist, is a legendary figure in the ADV riding world. She’s completed a solo motorcycle journey across Africa in 1974, traveled North America, Europe, and Northern Africa, and rode from Germany to Indonesia in
BY EGLE GERULAITYTE Aleksandra ‘Ola’ Trzaskowska is probably one of the toughest women bikers I’ve ever met: she rides in the most extreme corners of the world, knows Central Asia like it’s her backyard, and leads girl – only motorcycle tours in the Himalayan passes.
BY EGLE GERULAITYTE Lois Pryce, the legendary British motorcyclist and author of ‘Lois On the Loose’ and ‘Red Tape and White Knuckles’, is currently back in London getting ready for another adventure. She’s about to publish her third book, ‘Revolutionary Ride’, on her travels in