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Arizona Backcountry Discovery Route (AZBDR) DVD and Map Review

Arizona Backcountry Discovery Route (AZBDR) documentary DVD, by Noren Films.

Greg Drevenstedt
July 14, 2015

Kicking up dust on the Arizona Backcountry Discovery Route (AZBDR). (Photo by Jon Beck) A couple of years ago, with two friends, I completed Route 5 of the Oregon Backcountry Discovery Route (ORBDR), a 750-mile, north-south mostly off-road route from California to Washington through the central and eastern... Read more »

Blog: Borderlands Boogie

Where do I put all this stuff? Giant Loop’s Tillamook dry bag and Siskyou panniers carried my camp kit.

Arden Kysely
July 13, 2015

You could have written our ride plan on a cocktail napkin and had room left for a pile of beer nuts: explore the back roads of the Nevada-Utah borderlands. We’d passed up dozens of intriguing side roads on previous rides through the eastern fringe of the Basin and Range province; it was time to find... Read more »

Hollister Freedom Rally—Celebrating the Fourth Biker Style

That's a view of San Benito Street from the photo tower; parking is handlebar to handlebar from 10 a.m. on.

Clement Salvadori
July 8, 2015

Lots of noise, lots of music and lots of money spent…which is the way any good motorcycle rally should be. Tens of thousands of motorcyclists, the majority riding Harleys, converged on the California town of Hollister for the 2015 Independence Day weekend, and it all went quite well. Since this... Read more »

Highway Runaways Ride with Lana MacNaughton Kicks off July 3

Highway Runaways Ride

Rider Magazine Staff
June 30, 2015

Renowned photographer and motorcyclist Lana MacNaughton is leading four of her female friends on a cross country Harley-Davidson motorcycle journey starting Friday, July 3, when she kicks off the Highway Runaways Ride in Brooklyn, New York. This four-week tour will end in San Francisco. The Highway Runaways... Read more »

Getting Started on Your First Motorcycle Camping Tour

All the gear for a luxury camping experience anywhere in the world will comfortably fit in the panniers and two duffel bags.

Steven M. Green
June 26, 2015

Living in Michigan in my youth, I once took a multi-day motorcycle camping tour on a Honda CB750, traveling into Canada and around the Great Lakes. My gear consisted of a basic Boy Scout pup tent, sleeping bag and a mess kit. Wearing a leather jacket and jeans and packing a yellow rain suit from the... Read more »

Motorcycle Camping Checklist

All the gear for a luxury camping experience anywhere in the world will comfortably fit in the panniers and two duffel bags.

Steven M. Green
June 26, 2015

Use this as a baseline to get started. Add or remove items to suit. Once you’ve camped a few times, add your location on the bike for each item to the list, as putting items in the same location consistently will help you find things and set up camp. For instance, “TENT – left pannier.” RIDING... Read more »

Indian Motocycle Day is Sunday at the Springfield Museums

Rider Magazine Staff
June 25, 2015

The Springfield Museums in Massachusetts will present their sixth annual Indian Motocycle Day on Sunday, June 29, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event continues a long-standing tradition honoring the classic motorcycles that were manufactured in the city from 1901-1953. Last year, over 1,000 people attended... Read more »

BMW Concept Path 22

BMW's scrambler-inspired Concept Path 22, with a custom surfboard designed by Mason Dyer.

Press Release
June 25, 2015

BMW’s scrambler-inspired Concept Path 22, with a custom surfboard designed by Mason Dyer. In mid-June, the fourth annual Wheels & Waves Festival was held in Biarritz, on France’s southwest Basque coast. The festival, which celebrates the intersection of custom bikes, surfing and art, provides... Read more »

American Motorcyclist Association’s Anti-E15 Petition Gathers Nearly 8,000 Signatures

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Rider Magazine Staff
June 19, 2015

Nearly 8,000 individuals have joined the American Motorcyclist Association to oppose the spread of higher-ethanol blended fuels across the country. The AMA is asking for signatures to its online petition that urges the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency not to increase the proposed renewable fuel volumes... Read more »

Ride for Kids Events Bring in Big Money for PBTF

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Rider Magazine Staff
June 16, 2015

Motorcyclists hit the road to raise funds for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation at four different Ride for Kids events on June 7 and 14. More than 300 participants gathered in Golden, Colo., and Independence, Ohio, to honor brain tumor survivors on June 14. A week earlier, nearly 1,000 participants... Read more »

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