Connect With Us!

Kyle Petty Cross-Country Charity Ride Daily Update—Day 4

David Andreas and John Puerner
May 7, 2014

Rider magazine asked our two good friends David Andreas and John Puerner, who are participating in the 20th Anniversary of the Kyle Petty Charity Ride Across America, to keep us posted on the ride’s progress with a daily blog. Each entry will cover the previous day’s events (or perhaps the two previous... Read more »

Kyle Petty Cross-Country Charity Ride Daily Update—Day 3

Kyle Petty Charity RIde

David Andreas and John Puerner
May 6, 2014

Don Tilley leads the pack during the 2014 Kyle Petty Charity RIde. Rider magazine asked our two good friends David Andreas and John Puerner, who are participating in the 20th Anniversary of the Kyle Petty Charity Ride Across America, to keep us posted on the ride’s progress with a daily blog. Each... Read more »

Kyle Petty Cross-Country Charity Ride Daily Update—Day 2

Kyle Petty Charity Ride

David Andreas and John Puerner
May 5, 2014

Rider magazine asked our two good friends David Andreas and John Puerner, who are participating in the 20th Anniversary of the Kyle Petty Charity Ride Across America, to keep us posted on the ride’s progress with a daily blog. Each entry will cover the previous day’s events (or perhaps the two previous... Read more »

Kyle Petty Cross-Country Charity Ride Daily Update – Day 1

KPCR color-01

David Andreas and John Puerner
May 4, 2014

Rider magazine asked our two good friends David Andreas and John Puerner, who are participating in the 20th Anniversary of the Kyle Petty Charity Ride Across America, to keep us posted on the ride’s progress with a daily blog. Each entry will cover the previous day’s events (or perhaps the two previous... Read more »

Kyle Petty Cross-Country Charity Ride Daily Update—The Kickoff

KPCR color-01

David Andreas and John Puerner
May 3, 2014

Rider magazine asked our two good friends David Andreas and John Puerner, who are participating in the 20th Anniversary of the Kyle Petty Charity Ride Across America, to keep us posted on the ride’s progress with a daily blog. Each entry will cover the previous day’s events (or perhaps the two previous... Read more »

AltRider’s 2014 Taste of Dakar

South America too far away? Head to Pahrump, Nevada, instead. (Photo by Dave Wachs)

Greg Drevenstedt
March 28, 2014

South America too far away? Head to Pahrump, Nevada, instead. (Photo by Dave Wachs) Sun, rain, wind. Hot and cold. Sand, mud, gravel, snow, even some asphalt. Long hours in the saddle, challenging routes, motorcycle field repairs. Grizzled rally veterans, group meals and camping. Sounds a lot like the... Read more »

Death Valley—An Adventurous Expedition

Striped Butte Valley

Steven M Green
March 11, 2014

A day of challenges and marvelous two-track gravel roads brought us to one of Death Valley’s hidden beauties: Striped Butte Valley. We set up camp and watched the rocks get painted glowing red by the setting sun at one of the most beautiful remote places on earth. Let’s face it: the recent plethora... Read more »

Rider Blog: Good Samaritans

A large-scale effort was mounted to help get TJ to safety.

Greg Drevenstedt
December 30, 2013

Laine MacTague, showing us how to put our tire lofting skills into practice. As experienced dual-sport/adventure riders, we knew to ride in a group, to be prepared with plenty of water and snacks, tools and first-aid kits, and multiple devices to communicate with the outside world. We had dealt with... Read more »

RawHyde Goes Urban

RawHyde Jim Hyde

Steven M. Green
November 18, 2013

Jim Hyde was one of the judges following each rider through the indoor debris course with a point being charged for each dab or hit of an obstacle. The riders were not allowed to view the course in advance of their run. When the email arrived announcing that RawHyde, best known for adventure bike training... Read more »

Motorcycles and Surfboards: A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Venice Beach’s Deus Ex Machina

Michael Woolaway

Vivian Wagner
November 13, 2013

Michael “Woolie” Woolaway bends over the frame of a BMW R100S that he’s transforming into a custom-built bike, studying his next move. A designer and builder for Deus Ex Machina in Venice Beach, California, Woolaway has the precision of an engineer and the passion of an artist. His hand-drawn designs... Read more »

« Previous PageNext Page »

Name:

Address:

City:

State:

ZIP: