In 2014, a two year journey on “a bitch of old Ural 650 motorcycles” with sidecars was started by a group of artists stitched together from all over the world. They began their journey from Halle Saale (East Germany) with ...Read More »
In 2014, a two year journey on a bitch of old Ural 650 motorcycles with sidecars was started by a group of artists stitched together from all over the world. After 25,000 km of riding through Europe, Russia, Kazakhstan, Siberia and ...Read More »
Imagine spending nine to ten months of the year travelling, because you can work from anywhere, as long as you have wi-fi and a computer. That dream is Jacob Laukaitis’s reality. His digital nomad lifestyle has taken him to over ...Read More »
In 2014, a two year journey on a bitch of old Ural 650 motorcycles with sidecars was started by a group of artists stitched together from all over the world. Yes, that is the correct term for four Ural motorcycles with ...Read More »
In 1916 Adeline and Augusta Van Buren set out from New York to prove they could ride as well as anyone. With World War I looming, the Van Buren sisters planned to show that women had what it took to ...Read More »
In 2014, a two year journey on a bitch of old Ural 650 motorcycles with sidecars was started by a group of artists stitched together from all over the world. They began their journey from Halle Saale (East Germany) with ...Read More »
Riding a motorcycle in Iceland is an out of this world experience. Riding on an island covered in volcanoes, waterfalls, glaciers, and mountains, it’s an adventure motorcyclist’s paradise. We’re sitting down with Shawn Edmonson, creator of Where the Glacier Meets the ...Read More »
James Bishop sent us in his Suzuki DR650 SE Review this morning, it’s based off of the 2007 model, but a lot of it still rings true. Those interested in the used motorcycle market will appreciate James’ honesty in reviewing ...Read More »
For the past decade, Joanne and Gareth Morgan, two semiretired motorcyclists from New Zealand have been living the lifestyle of their dreams. They've probably been living the lifestyle of your dreams, too. They've been traveling the world on motorcyclists with their closest friends, and have ridden across all seven continents. Are you jealous? You will be. Some of their routes included Venice to Beijing, Florida to Alaska, and South Africa to the United Kingdom.
Their latest expedition was across North and South Korea. This was the first ever journey across Korea in almost 70 years since the Korean peninsula's division after World War II. The North Korean travel was choreographed, the riders had certain equipment confiscated, however they were pleased with the North Korean hospitality and help they received as they traveled through mountainous terrain and sacred lands.
The Worst Motorcycles of 2013: The Negative Nancy ReportSpecial post by resident guest blogger Happy Gilmore
Each January you’re filled with a renewed sense of possibility. A new year, a new you. You boast to your friends and co-workers that you’re going to be shaving 20lbs, quit smoking and open that savings account. As January becomes February you can’t stand to face yourself in the mirror each morning as you’ve gained 5lbs, smoke a pack a day and you’ve just received a past-due notice for an unpaid credit card bill. Have a no fear though, you aren’t alone.
Around this same time of year the motorcycle show circuit has been across Canada and all over the United States. 2013 is packed with new entry-level rides, fancy new scooters, shiny new dual purpose motorcycles and so much more. But you’ll probably notice that there are a few bikes that you’ve seen before, and might be looking a little tired. Or you might have noticed one or two bikes that you scratch your head about thinking “What? Who is going to buy that?”
Broken-down by motorcycle category, like a list of unfulfilled resolutions, I have compiled my opinion for the worst motorcycles available this year. Feel free to disagree; in fact, I encourage it.