When off road riding, you have moments of clarity. Usually right before you have moments of Oh #$&%! I had one of those moments this weekend, realizing that off road riding is like parenting a rambunctious toddler.
Washington Backcountry Discovery Route WABDR Section 2 is known for a geological feature called “Baby Head Hill.” Join me in day two of this summer’s adventure. (If you missed day 1, check it out HERE!)
BY ELISA WIRKALA On a fortuitous night at a Seattle motorcycle event in 2012, my perception of riding took a sudden, life-altering shift.
Join us in a podcast conversation with traveler and writer Elspeth Beard, and our own author and Women ADV Riders magazine Editor in Chief Egle Gerulaityte, as they discuss Elspeth’s inspirational journey across the world on a motorcycle—The first woman to ride all four continents
In the second part of this two-part Travel Psychology podcast series, author of Ubuntu and world traveler Heather Ellis talks with Jacqui Kennedy of Postie Notes and Women ADV Riders Contributing Editor Elisa Wirkala as they discuss travel psychology and life on the road: When things take a
Early in 2017, Kerri found herself in the ER due to stress and exhaustion. What happened next may surprise you. Enjoy the birth story of Motobird Adventures.
An Interview with Emma Cases, owner of Alternate Adventures In December of 1998, at the tender age of nineteen, I landed at eleven o’clock PM in the lackluster Guatemala City airport. It actually looked like some poor but strong soul behind the reception hall wall
Safia Miletus, a Syrian-Canadian girl, lives on the road. Traveling North America on her bright red Kawasaki Ninja named Cardinal, Safia is breaking stereotypes and redefining freedom.
When you hear “The Extreme Life”, what does it conjure up for you?
KATHERINE HELMETAG We were talking about it the other day: why do we get so hung up on the big adventures and forget about the little ones? The big ones capture our imagination, but are often limited to just that – our imagination.