BY KRIS FANT Have you ever been riding along just fine, then everyone stops, and find it hard to hit your stride again? Being sweep on a number of group rides, I’ve had a lot of time to think about the concept of mental momentum.
BY ANNE SPEED How did 2 Australian retirees, with little motorcycling experience, nil mechanical skills and minimal planning manage to travel 52,000 km around the world over 15 months and have the best experiences? That’s what we managed, a couple of years ago. The funny
Dear Lynda, When I travel, I find myself lost in the moment until someone texts to see if I’m ok, or panicking because I forgot to hit the spot button at the end of my day.
BY PAT JACQUES The short answer to this question is “don’t do it.” Riding when you’re tired exponentially increases the chances of accidents. We’ve all heard “ride your own ride” and “ride within your ability.” Sage advice that applies here! Riding your own ride means
BY MARK CARRERA, OUTBACK MOTORTEK USA EAST/ SPONSORED ARTICLE Crash protection must work as designed or it’s a total waste of money.
BY KRIS FANT You can’t get through school in counseling psychology without delving into the concepts of mindfulness and meditation. Dutifully, after I graduated, I started attending a weekly Buddhist meditation over my lunch hour.
BY: SARA PARLIER There’s not a wealth of information out there about how to be a good passenger on a motorcycle.
Dear Lynda, We are talking about travel through Central and South America, and have a dog we adore. We can’t decide whether to take our dog with us or leave her with loved ones. What would you recommend? ~Liv Dear Liv, Four-legged travelling companions require
BY ELISA WIRKALA Ubuntu, “the universal bond that connects all of humanity as one,” Heather Ellis writes, and the fundamental quality that makes this book so unique amongst motorcycle travelogues. But do not misunderstand; this isn’t a book just for motorcyclists. This is a book for
BY KRIS FANT Here’s an interesting statistic: Women make up 15% of the US military and 14% of Motorcycle Riders. What do Women, Military and Moto have in common? What follows are the stories of two Women ADV Riders who actively serve in the US military.