BY KATHERINE HELMETAG You are getting ready for your first big trip and you know you are going to have to bring some tools, but what to pack in your tool box? The first thing is your brain and your common sense.
BY KRIS FANT Imagine you are on the bus in Tanzania, and you see a thirteen year old boy having a seizure in the street all alone. No one stops to help, your bus driver won’t pull over, and you know that even if someone
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.
Dear Lynda, How do you deal with ‘the dip’ on a long journey? I feel like I’ve reached a low point – I’m in one of the most amazing places in the world, I should be enjoying the ride and the stunning nature that surrounds
Ordinary women doing extraordinary things: this is what Women ADV Riders mag is all about.
BY DUSTY WESSELS, WEST 38 MOTO What’s a practical wheelie, and when do you use it? Never, unless you are showing off! Seriously. Now, there is a time to lift or “loft” the front wheel, though. Most of the time this is used when getting
BY KRIS FANT Ever gone to start your bike in the morning, and realize you’ve left your heated grips on over night? Or your parking light on all day while you were at work? Enter the Micro-Start Sport!
REVIEW BY KRIS FANT “I resign.” The two words that changed the trajectory of Michèle Harrison’s life forever, in her book All the Gear, No Idea.
Dear Lynda, We dream of a big adventure, going round the world on our bikes, but we’re not sure: go now, and risk our financial future, or wait until we retire and risk being unable to travel because of age-related health issues?
BY PAT JACQUES, ADV WOMAN on water crossings – What’s the safest way to cross a river? water crossings