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TCX X-Desert Boots Review

TCX X-Desert Boots

Greg Drevenstedt
March 28, 2014

With the performance, technology and comfort of today’s adventure touring motorcycles, one bike really can do it all. Load up the panniers and trunk with a week’s worth of gear, then head off on a two-up tour with your spouse. Spoon on a set of knobbies, pack the camping gear and head into the national... Read more »

Cycle Gear Freeze-Out Base Layers Review

Ninja-ready Cycle Gear Freeze-Out base layers: balaclava, long sleeve top, long johns, and glove/boot liners.

Greg Drevenstedt
March 14, 2014

Cycle Gear Freeze-Out base layers from head to toe: balaclava, long sleeve top, glove liners, long johns and boot liners. Perfect for cold-weather riding or ninja training. According to the National Weather Service’s windchill calculator, at an ambient temperature of 45 degrees Fahrenheit and a wind... Read more »

The Essential Guide to Motorcycle Travel, 2nd Edition – Book Review

Essential Guide to Motorcycle Travel, 2nd edition

Clement Salvadori
March 11, 2014

Had I had the benefits of Dale Conyer’s book, The Essential Guide to Motorcycle Travel, back when I took my first real motorcycle trip, I would have been a good deal happier. There we were, two 17-year-olds tearing around for two months on a pair of used 250s, and I think the closest thing we had to... Read more »

Gaerne G-Midland Motorcycle Boots Review

Gaerne G-Midland Boots

Greg Drevenstedt
March 5, 2014

World renowned for its history, art, food and wine, Italy is also a motorcycle-crazy country that’s home to some of the most revered riding destinations (Alps, Dolomites), motorcycle manufacturers (Ducati, Moto Guzzi), racers (Rossi, Agostini) and makers of apparel (Alpinestars, Dainese), helmets (AGV,... Read more »

Dunlop Trailmax TR91 Motorcycle Tires Review

Dunlop Trailmax TR91 Tires-Front Tire

Dexter Ford
March 4, 2014

One of the great things about getting older is that things I knew—or at least should have known—decades ago are now amazing new discoveries. Here’s my latest brainstorm. New, modern tires are better than old, worn-out ones. My 2009 Suzuki DL650 V-Strom came stock with Bridgestone Trail Wings, which... Read more »

motoPockets Review

Topcase motoPocket.

Mark Tuttle
March 3, 2014

We all carry around a lot of personal stuff these days, often small things that are easily dropped and seem to multiply like tribles—wallets, keys, cell phones, reading glasses, sunglasses, lip balm, sunscreen, garage door openers, etc. Lacking center consoles and sun visors, there just isn’t a good... Read more »

BMW GS Dry Suit Review

BMW GS Dry Suit

Mark Tuttle
February 28, 2014

BMW offers an amazing riding suit called the Rallye that is the envy of many adventure riders, whether or not they ride a BMW. The design is such that it’s suitable for on- and off-road riding in all kinds of weather, and the styling and construction really are a cut above. Trouble is, together the... Read more »

Bushtec Quantum Sport Trailer Review

Bushtec Quantum Sport Trailer

James Parchman
February 28, 2014

Bushtec is a name you’re probably familiar with. It was the first example of a “big wheel” style of motorcycle trailer, invented in 1974 by Bill Bushling for a friend who was unable to find a commercial model to his liking. Word of mouth kept Bill busy producing trailers at his little workshop... Read more »

Dainese Long Range D-WP Boots Review

Dainese Long Range D-WP Boots

Greg Drevenstedt
February 27, 2014

These days, motorcycle boots are as specialized as motorcycles themselves, with different styles for sport/track riding, touring, dual-sport/adventure riding, full-on motocross and all points in between. A high-quality pair of waterproof touring boots offer the most versatility, as I’ve found with... Read more »

Book Review: The Essential Guide to Motorcycle Travel (Second Edition)

The Essential Guide to Motorcycle Travel (Second Edition) by Dale Coyner

Clement Salvadori
February 18, 2014

Had I had the benefits of this book back when I took my first real motorcycle trip, I would have been a good deal happier. Here we were, two 17-year-olds tearing around for two months on a pair of used 250s, and I think the closest thing we had to rain-gear was my old army poncho. We didn’t even... Read more »

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