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Diaries from my attempt to ride the CABDR
Admit it, you're always looking for the next best place to take a picture of your beautiful bike for Instagram or Facebook.
In the age of Youtube everyone wants to be a filmmaker. Sometimes it can be a little confusing about how to start, what makes a “good” video, and how to edit that video once you have all of this footage.
If you ride motorcycles and enjoy long distance travel, chances are you have dreamed of quitting your job to live on the road. This is how I came to quit my job to live on the road for 2 1/2 months and my tips for you to make the jump.
It’s cold in the PNW, and for those who want to squeeze in every day of riding they can, we need to talk about a word that seems to be a taboo to newer motorcyclists and adventure riders. Layering. Particularly layering Synthetics, Merino Wool, and NO COTTON.
We’re all dreaming of the next big trip. Sometimes even while we’re in the middle of the current one, we’re already planning the next one. The hang up that a lot of us have is that oftentimes our dreams exceed our pocket books. Here’s some tips for saving for your next trip.
2018 was a fantastic year, I went to Baja, I moto-camped on a cliff in Washington, I saw a lot of beautiful scenery in Oregon’s Wildernesses, thoroughly explored Central Oregon, and broke my wrist. None of this would have been possible without me Top 5 Pieces of Gear that I picked up in 2018.
This trip to Baja started as a joke (Spoiler: Baja is No Joke.) Karl and I were supposed to do a different trip at the end of 2017 that got canceled due to snow. So, we were talking about alternatives we could try, and I jokingly threw in Baja. It snowballed and well, here we are.
Babes Ride Out 5 in Joshua Tree,CA has been a goal of mine for a little while. Trying to get there was a little more complicated to plan for than I expected.