PNW Dual Sport: Summer Opener 2017

PNW Dual Sport: Summer Opener 2017

I hauled ass up to the PNW Dual Sport Summer Opener! 
Briareos and I, fully loaded, pretended to blend in with all of the Dirt Bikes… safe to say we got a few looks lol
We’re rebels like that. 

GEAR REVIEW: Icon 1000 Women's Akorp Motorcycle Jacket

GEAR REVIEW: Icon 1000 Women's Akorp Motorcycle Jacket

I love my trusty Tour Master Jacket, that got me through 6,000+ miles every single day over the summer. But, there comes a time in every girl’s life that you need to move on to something a little more practical, and well, better looking. 

The One Moto Show: 2017

The One Moto Show: 2017

I spent most of my weekend at the One Moto show manning the Latus Motors booth with our Used Parts department. So, unfortunately I don’t have a ton of photos of all of the amazing things that were happening in this old pickle factory...

The Dream Roll: Year 2

The Dream Roll: Year 2

To say the least, the second year of Dream Roll was leaps and bounds better than the first year. 

Grease and Graphite

Grease and Graphite

I wrote an article for Women ADV Riders Magazine! 

I think it’s pretty safe to say that most motorcyclists have at least two passions. Motorcycles, and that other thing. 
For some people that other thing is welding, writing, mechanics, art, photography, medicine, the list goes on. When you make those two passions come together in some way, life seems richer, with an extra layer of devotion.

THE PILGRIMAGE: A SHORT SUMMARY

THE PILGRIMAGE: A SHORT SUMMARY

34 Days and 3,500 miles later I’m much tanner than I was when I left, Lazarus has a few new parts and a few parts that are still missing.I have met a crazy amount of amazing people who live in this beautiful state, and a few that I really didn’t want to say goodbye to.

There are adventures everywhere. 

Get out and explore your world. You don’t even have to go very far. Just within your own state, you’ll be surprised by the amount of opportunities that will present themselves if you just get out and meet them. 
Often times you’ll meet them when everything goes wrong. Adventure is what happens when your plan goes awry....

THE PILGRIMAGE: DAY 34 THE LAST DAY

THE PILGRIMAGE: DAY 34 THE LAST DAY

The Last Day of the Pilgrimage. 
After 34 days touring Montana, 3,500+ miles in state, I couldn’t imagine a better way to end this leg of my trip than riding the last 244 miles with my Father... 

THE PILGRIMAGE: DAY 33

THE PILGRIMAGE: DAY 33

When I got to Bannack and found a spot to set up camp, a fellow biker, with a Triumph Tiger, walked up and asked if I wanted to share a camp site with him so we could split the $18 camp fee ($28 for him since he had out of state plates.) I said sure, because a $9 campsite is much better than a $18 site. 
We traded moto adventure stories and then explored Bannack the next morning, before splitting off again...

THE PILGRIMAGE: DAY 31 & 32

THE PILGRIMAGE: DAY 31 & 32

I woke up early and did some of the boring house keeping stuff that piles up while you’re on the road. Laundry, emails, all the good stuff. 
By the time I finished that it was about one and I headed into town to have lunch at the Star Bakery in Nevada City, and hopefully ride the train....