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Book: Jupiter’s Travels in Camera

Jupiter’s Travels in Camera

Heather Reinhart
March 1, 2014

Forty years ago, Ted Simon rode a motorcycle around the world at a time when such long-distance rides were still very rare. Now, his adventure has come alive through his new book Jupiter’s Travels in Camera: The Photographic Record of Ted Simon’s Celebrated Round-The-World Motorcycle Journey, which... Read more »

Book Review: Motorcycle Journeys Through New England, Fourth Edition

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Clement Salvadori
July 19, 2013

I got back from a ten-day trip to New England and found a copy of Ken Aiken’s book in the mail. Dang! I wish I had brought it with me! I would have made some deviations in my brief six-state ride. Ken knows his territory well. Not that I’m a stranger to New England. I grew up there, perfected my... Read more »

Third Motorcycle Safety Foundation iBook Targets Prospective Motorcyclists, Their Friends and Families

Rider Choices Book Cover.

Rider Magazine Staff
June 12, 2013

The Motorcycle Safety Foundation has launched its third iBook on Apple’s iTunes as part of an ongoing effort to promote motorcyclist safety on the roadways to a broader riding and non-riding audience. Released exclusively for iPads, Rider Choices specifically addresses the questions and concerns of... Read more »

Motorcycle Safety Foundation’s iBook Designed to Help Increase Motorcyclist Awareness

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Rider Magazine Staff
March 28, 2013

In its latest effort to reach current and prospective motorcyclists and all other roadway users, and to promote an overall safer traffic mix, the Motorcycle Safety Foundation has launched its newest iBook, “Intersection: Sharing the Road.” Available exclusively for iPads, the 32-page iBook costs... Read more »

Book Launch Nov. 10 to Benefit Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts

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Press Release
November 6, 2012

Support Hurricane Sandy relief efforts and meet Rocker J. Geils, Luthier Jol Dantzig and Award-Winning Author of Rockin’ Garages Tom Cotter at Music Icon Billy Joel’s 20th Century Cycles in Oyster Bay, New York, on Saturday, November 10, 2012, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The 192-page hardcover book ROCKIN... 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: The Definitive Visual History (Book Review)

Front cover of "Motorcycle: The Definitive Visual History."

Greg Drevenstedt
October 2, 2012

When the ground-breaking “Art of the Motorcycle” exhibit opened at the Guggenheim Museum in New York City, in 1998, I had the good fortune of attending—twice. At the time, I was living in Philadelphia, a two-hour ride to the south via the mind-numbing New Jersey Turnpike, and a diehard enthusiast... Read more »

Rider Book Review: Motorcycle Journeys Through North America by Dale Coyner

Motorcycle Journeys Through North America, by Dale Coyner (Photo courtesy of whitehorsepress.com)

Reviewed by Clement Salvadori
May 1, 2012

WEBSITE EXCLUSIVE! Simply the creation of this book is impressive!  Dale Coyner decided to take a look-see at nearly all of the United States, and a goodly part of Canada, and figure out where the best rides are.  That is a lot of real estate to cover, and probably some five million miles of possible... Read more »

Motorcycle Haiku Contest!

Rider Haiku Contest Grab Bag

Rider Magazine
December 7, 2011

OK, Grasshopper, this contest is easy! Or is it? Write a haiku about motorcycles. Haiku is a Japanese form of poetry that consists of just three lines – the first line has 5 syllables, the second line has 7 syllables and the third line has 5 syllables. For example… See the shiny chrome So... Read more »

101 Road Tales

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Press Release
December 6, 2011

There’s bound to be at least one good holiday-oriented story among 101 of Clement Salvadori‘s best Road Tales columns from Rider magazine. Rather than a detailed travel guide, 101 Road Tales ($24.95) is a guide to the enjoyment of motorcycle traveling, as told by our bon vivant Contributing... Read more »

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