Motorcycle Trip

How I film my Motorcycle Adventures

How I film my Motorcycle Adventures

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. 

How I Quit my Job to Live on the Road

How I Quit my Job to Live on the Road

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.

Layering Basics: For Motorcyclists

Layering Basics: For Motorcyclists

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.

How to Save Money for your Next Road Trip

How to Save Money for your Next Road Trip

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.

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. 

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...