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Great American Motorcycle Expedition of a Polish Girl

Weronika Kwapisz

Weronika Kwapisz
July 23, 2014

Weronika Kwapisz recently crossed North American on a Triumph Bonneville. Weronika Kwapisz, a rider, traveler, and author of the e-book Everything Starts From a Dream, recently crossed North America on an 80-day solo adventure on a Triumph Bonneville. Weronika, who is known for her lonely, daring expedition... Read more »

Kevin and Karen Browne’s ‘Round the World Journey

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Steven M. Green
June 4, 2014

At first glance, you don’t believe your eyes; then you’re convinced it’s a leftover movie prop from Mad Max. The reality is, it’s a brilliant piece of backyard engineering that is taking a couple from England on an around-the-world odyssey, and which brought them near Rider magazine’s SoCal... Read more »

Riding Adventure in Costa Rica and Nicaragua with Edelweiss Bike Travel

Though the crater looks quite peaceful, the Irazú Volcano is still listed as active; the last time it belched massive quantities of fire, lava and rock was a mere 50 years ago, so I kept the ignition key in my hand.

Clement Salvadori
July 8, 2013

At 11 a.m. we were parked 10,000 feet up at a small restaurant on the two-lane Pan-American Highway, sipping excellent coffee and putting on an extra layer of clothing in the cool air. Hummingbirds hummed around the feeders outside the view window. We had just passed the cloud-shrouded 11,450-foot Cerro... Read more »

Clancy Centenary Ride to Visit the National Motorcycle Museum June 12-13, 2013

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Rider Magazine Staff
June 12, 2013

In 1913, American motorcyclist Carl Stearns Clancy became the first motorcyclist to circle the globe, doing so on a 1912 Henderson four-cylinder motorcycle. The Clancy Centenary Ride pays respect to Clancy’s epic feat and is the global celebration of motorcyclists “girdling the earth”... Read more »

Southern Loop: Eldorado by Eldorado

One of the most memorable roads on the trip was this one from Uyuni in Bolivia, heading westward through the mountains into Chile.

Andy Saunders
June 4, 2013

Would you set out for South America on a bike you bought last week, from someone in another country? We’re pretty sure what the answer to that one would be…for most people. Bruce Baillie isn’t most people. Bruce has covered much of the globe in his freewheeling blue-collar career, and has taken... Read more »

Ted Simon Launches Revamped Website

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Press Release
October 26, 2012

In 1973, Ted Simon left London for what became a four-year solo journey around the world. Then, in 2001, he did it again with the aim of discovering how the world had changed in the intervening 28 years. He visited more than 40 countries on each trip and covered a combined 123,000 miles. Now, 39 years... Read more »

Motorcycle Cannonball Run 2012

An ancient line-up at the Motorcycle Cannonball Run 2012.

Andy Saunders
October 10, 2012

How about a 4,000-mile ride on the saddle of a 100-year-old motorcycle? In 16 days? With one rest day, when you can rebuild the bike? Sound like fun? Then you’d love the Motorcycle Cannonball Coast-to-Coast Endurance Run, which began at Motorcyclepedia in Newburgh, New York, and finished at Dudley... Read more »

Horizon Unlimited Achievable Dream DVD Series Review

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Greg Drevenstedt
July 25, 2012

Motorcyclists tend to be dreamers, captivated by the desire to explore new places and have new experiences. Perhaps that’s because our two-wheeled machines, extensions of ourselves that glide through space and time with grace, power and promise, are more like magic carpets than just modes of transportation.... Read more »

Waiting for the Volcano: Motorcycle Travel in Ecuador

An active volcano, Tungarahua, is spewing smoke and ash into the clouds about a mile from this spot, up above the mountain-playground town of Baños. Which shows you why it’s a good idea to stay upwind of an active volcano.

Dexter Ford
May 2, 2012

I felt stupid. Not a new experience, to be sure. But this time, even more than usual. I’d been invited to ride a motorcycle through Ecuador. Which sounded like a great idea. It did, however, raise some basic questions. Like what—and where—is Ecuador? I feel just a little smarter now. It took 10... Read more »

The Man Who Would Stop at Nothing (Book Review)

John Ryan in Key West

Rider Magazine
November 23, 2011

Writing about riding isn’t easy. Choosing and stringing together words to describe the visceral experiences and deeply felt passions of motorcycling, not to mention the essence of the mechanical contraptions that transport and transform the lives of men and women in profound ways, is difficult. I struggle... Read more »

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