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 this two-part podcast series, author and seasoned traveler Linda Bootherstone Bick, Jacqui Kennedy of Postie Notes (Australia on a Postie Bike) and Women ADV Riders Contributing Editor Elisa Wirkala discuss travel psychology and life on the road: When things take a turn for
EGLE GERULAITYTE Riding round the world two-up, with little previous motorcycling experience and no fixed return date?
Dear Lynda, I’m on this epic, once-in-a-lifetime journey riding RTW at the moment, and it seems like people expect me to be high on life every single day just because I’m on the road, but frankly, I think I’ll be quite happy when I finally
When you hear “The Extreme Life”, what does it conjure up for you?
BY GRACE MCDONALD I’ve got a KTM 690 Enduro and I’m 15,000km into my overland trip from Sydney to Paris via Asia and the Middle East.
BY ELISA WIRKALA The road ahead spanned more miles than I was ready to count. Very few looked a RTW adventure ride like this in the eye without at least a little bit of anxiety tucked away somewhere, and though I’d already covered half the
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
Dear Lynda, I find myself with a long list of places I want to go, and limited time off to go to them.