BY ALEXANDRA REDDAWAY “You’re planning on doing what?”, my parents said incredulously. I’d heard it before with a number of life choices.
QUESTION: I’m frustrated by the saying ‘go with your gut feeling.’ Everyone keeps saying that, but as a very rational person, I have tough time understanding what this ‘gut feeling’ is. Is there any science behind it? How do I trust it if I’m not
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 KRIS AND NATHAN FANT Adjusting motorcycle valves is both an art and a science. The valves in your motorcycle engine serve two purposes: to bring fuel and air into the engine, and to allow burnt gasses out of your engine.
BY KRIS FANT We recently caught up with three travel bugs who shared their stories about how riding a motorcycle upended their lives and pushed them into a new and vibrant career.
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.
QUESTION: Dear Lynda, We’re planning another leg of our round the world trip, and I really want to go to Africa, but my boyfriend is reluctant. He says he’d go if he was alone, but he’s hesitant because we’re travelling together. I get that he’s
BY KRIS FANT Hypothermia can strike unexpectedly. When I first started riding, I was on a day trip where the temperature dropped below 45 degrees.
BY ELISA WIRKALA Kath groaned as she ascended the steep Andean trail. The immense spires of Fitz Roy loomed in the distance, a drastic contrast to the otherwise flat Patagonian landscape.
BY KRIS FANT If you ask for off road riding advice, you will get many opinions. Most people agree that standing while riding off road is a useful skill.