Not sure there is anything to say but WOW!
Not sure there is anything to say but WOW!
Gary & Deb from Anchorage, AK are heading out on their own ADV soon. We stayed with these guys while on our trip to Alaska in 2011 while the Triumph Tigers that we borrowed from Triumph Canada were in the Motorcycle Shop getting worked on for 4 days. Great hosts, they love ADV riders and are about to embark on their very first LONG ride themselves. Why not check out their thread on the ADV Riders Forum and track them when they post their SpotWalla page too? Have a great time guys…we are envious you are getting out ont he road. Be safe and as the old saying goes…”"KEEP THE RUBBER SIDE DOWN”.
The Mayans seriously screwed up. Either that, or we are not very good at reading their hieroglyphs. Most of us woke up last December 22nd and realized that the predicted doomsday hadn’t materialized. But it got the Cycle World staff thinking… Continue reading
If you have 10 mins and want to take a ride with us sit back and enjoy this video I made of our BC back country ride this summer…this is only part of the 850 KM we did off road…Between Clinton and Lillooet, BC.
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I am not the best editor but learning….ENJOY your virtual RIDE across some of Beautiful British Columbia. Sure hope those who read this from far away…get an idea!
Yamaha Super Ténéré XT1200Z Bike Build – Touratech is celebrating the arrival of Yamaha’s new Super Ténéré XT1200Z by building a project bike. We’ve added ergonomic upgrades, bolted on the essential protection items and given it luggage solutions that enable the bike to hit the road for extended travel. Follow
We took the BMW R1200GS, Yamaha XT1200Z Super Tenere, Triumph Tiger Explorer 1200 and KTM 990 Adventure on an off-road adventure and to really test their abilities, we enlisted Stan Watt, who finished 34th in this year’s Dakar Rally.
View part one here: http://youtu.be/umHWLA8X2ik
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There has been a lot of talk recently about what the term ‘Adventure Riding’ really means. Is it blasting down a gravel highway on a fully loaded 1200cc motorcycle? Doing single track on a light enduro style motorcycle with nothing but a backpack? Or is it riding two-up with everything you own, ready to take on the next continent? We feel adventure riding is a way to exercise your creativity. It can be whatever you want it to be. So don’t let anyone tell you differently.
We absolutely LOVE the videos these guy put out…they are real…funny and true reviews. They just tell it the way it is….and this video is no different! Long but totally worth watching it all….enjoy their reality approach to motorcycle reviews ADV style!
What’s it like to go on a date with pampered Italian models into the wilderness? Grant Ray, Jamie Robinson and Wes Siler ride the best mountain roads of the Los Padres forest on the Ducati Multistrada S and Moto Guzzi Stelvio NTX adventure bikes to find out. For more on motorcycles, check outhttp://hellforleathermagazine.com They must have the link not able to be embedded into a post. You have to go to YouTube to watch it by clicking on the link below. *****FIX the link and now I got the player in the POST!****
Check out his web site, he is very entertaining! MoToGeo
The plan was simple; I was going to ride from Long Beach New York to Long Beach Los Angeles, cheaply and alone. I wanted to prove that you didn’t need the latest bike or accessories in able to have an adventure of a lifetime and of course, do it with the freedom of 2 wheels. I was also going to try and raise some money for ‘Riders for Health’, if I could achieve all that while discovering parts of America that would be more than wonderful.
Just to make it a bit more interesting, mainly for myself, I threw in a few rules; just to make me suffer in one way or another. These were, buy a bike for $200 or less and ride it across the US using only normal roads, no Interstate or Highways. Sleep in a tent every night, use only a small map, no sat navigation, can’t shave or shower until the journey is complete and only buy fuel and food. Whatever the bike needed would have to come out of the $200 budget… if I hadn’t spent it all in one go that is…
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This has to be the most beautiful Tourism commercial I have ever seen….Great ALBERTAN style. If anyone does not know what parts of Canada look like watch this and drool! Well done!
I have never met Mark from KLIM but have had many email exchanges and have spoken to him over the phone. NICE commute he has to work. Maybe one day I can work for KLIM? Now compare Mark’s commute to mine…
What’s it like for Mark to commute from Arizona to Idaho for work? Awe-some! Watch now.
For more information about KLIM, visit http://www.klim.com
Carla King Lonely Planet Author (Hoover your cursor over the Title’s there are links in some)
I know this is an advertisement for GlobeBusters but their Promo trailer is so good and really highlights why we all ADV ride. It’s well done too…watch the whole thing there is a really cool part to this….