BY EGLE GERULAITYTE Chantal Simons has just completed one hell of a journey. She rode her Yamaha XT250 all the way from East Timor to the Netherlands, spending fifteen months on the road and covering over 28,000 miles overland.
BY AMANDA ZITO I think it’s pretty safe to say that most motorcyclists have at least two passions. Motorcycles, and that other thing.
BY EGLE GERULAITYTE Iranian-born Mahsa Homayounfar defies all convention. Currently living in Spain, she runs a travel agency providing authentic cultural experiences and rides the most remote corners of the world.
BY EGLE GERULAITYTE Dutch explorer Nora Nijkamp is on the road to Indonesia, solo. This summer, she quit her job, rented out her apartment, packed her bike and set out on a journey across Asia.
BY EGLE GERULAITYTE Lea Rieck (Germany) is tough through and through: she set out on a round the world journey solo, riding her Triumph Tiger 800 XCA; she claims she preferred toy cars instead of Barbies when she was little, and she’s not afraid to
BY STEPHANIE TERRIEN June 2, 2015, Flagstaff, AZ. Clean hotel room with A/C, super comfy king-size bed, real pillows and towels, and appreciatively TWO bathrooms. HOLY COW! Stunning scenery on steroids, majestic elk, mule deer, jackrabbits, free-roaming cattle, and idyllic campsites helped to soothe the
BY LIZ KEILY I have tales aplenty about agonizingly long, unfriendly and outright frustrating border crossings that we had experienced on our motorcycle trip across Asia. “A country shows its true mettle in the manner it processes people across its borders”, I always say. Unexpectedly,
BY EGLE GERULAITYTE Before 2013, Christina Pefani had never ridden a motorcycle. According to her, even her bicycle skills were a little rusty. But that didn’t stop her from buying a Honda XR250, hopping on a ferry from Italy to Morocco, and setting out on
BY EGLE GERULAITYTE Stephanie Jeavons is one of the first women to ever ride a motorcycle in Antarctica; currently resting up in British Columbia, Canada, Steph is busy writing for a bunch of ADV mags around the world and planning her next epic ride. Small
BY RASHMI TAMBE I stumbled into the world of motorcycling 10 years ago. A young, newly minted motorcyclist, I absolutely loved the thrill of going fast on two wheels. Sometimes I would ride to the local bookstore and eagerly peruse its shelves for more material