Lone Rider by Elspeth Beard Book Review by KRIS FANT “Riding a bike around the world was probably an extreme reaction to heartbreak. Other people might have considered going somewhere hot for a fortnight, got drunk, let their hair down in a new environment. But
Book by Antonia Bolingbrook-Kent Review By Kris Fant Land of the Dawn Lit Mountains is the third book I’ve read by this author, affectionately known as Ants. Ants takes us to Arunachal Pradesh, India, using words with as much skill as Van Gogh used a
REVIEW BY KRIS FANT “If I’d wanted a nice, easy holiday I should have gone to Tenerife and lain on the beach. The point of this adventure was to take away the cocoon of everyday life, to see how I would react when the journey
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 Lean In is not the type of book you’d expect to be reviewed by a motorcycle magazine. There’s little adventure, no motorcycles, and nary an engine in this book. However, this is a book about what it is like to be a
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.
BY KRIS FANT “We remember life by random moments. Not by days or months. It is these random moments that we store away in our bank of memories for future reference.