BY ALEXANDRA REDDAWAY For the first time in the 3 months we’d been on the road, I wondered if we’d overshot ourselves. Have we been too confident in our mileage and good fortune?
BY DUSTY WESSELS, WEST 38 MOTO How do you make tight U-turns on gravel, especially uphill? Making tight U-turns on gravel can be challenging, and this is one of the things we teach in our beginner classes.
BY TONY GUYMER. SPONSORED CONTENT Most people have a bucket list…but most of us can take our time filling it.
BY LEIGH WILKINS “I can’t do it,” the voice sobbed from the other end of the phone. “I ran off the end of the track and into the trees.”
BY CHANTAL SIMONS When we ride, just as it is in life, it’s the little things that make the big trip so special.
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
Dear Lynda, As a female rider, how do you navigate the cultural differences when abroad?
BY PAT JACQUES Photos by Cathy Larson, Griz Girl Photography Target fixation describes a situation where riders fixate or stare at an obstacle they want to avoid and end up hitting the obstacle.
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