Connect With Us!

Stayin’ Safe Book

Stayin-Safe-cover

Press Release
December 6, 2011

What better way to show your loved ones you care this holiday season than with the gift of Riding Really Well? Motorcycle safety legend Larry Grodsky‘s Stayin’ Safe–The Art and Science of Riding Really Well ($24.95) is a collection of his best columns from Rider magazine (from 1988... 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 »

Writers and Riders: Meeting Melissa Holbrook Pierson and John Ryan

Melissa Holbrook Pierson and John Ryan

Greg Drevenstedt
October 4, 2011

In his 1929 short story, Chains, Hungarian author Frigyes Karinthy hatched the idea of six degrees of separation, whereby every person on earth could be connected to every other person on earth through a “friend of a friend” chain with six or fewer links. Nearly seven decades later, in 1997, American... Read more »

Book review: Harley-Davidson Everything you Need to Know

Harley-Davidson: Everything you Need to Know by Bill Stermer.

Rider Magazine
August 12, 2010

[This Harley-Davidson—Everything you Need to Know Book Review was originally published in American Rider] Like “new and improved,” the phrase “everything you need to know” packs a lot of implications. Aside from promising to deliver information that is both all-inclusive and necessary, the... Read more »

Book Review: The American Motorcycle Girls 1900-1950

The American Motorcycle Girls 1900-1950

Rider Magazine
October 5, 2009

Book Review: The American Motorcycle Girls 1900-1950: A photographic History of Early Women Motorcyclists [This book review of The American Motorcycle Girls 1900-1950 was originally published in American Rider magazine] If you’ve ever had the pleasure of experiencing a truly well-archived scrapbook,... Read more »

Motorcycle Book Review: Riding in the Zone

Riding in the Zone

Rider Contributor
June 22, 2009

Review by Andy Saunders [This Riding in the Zone motorcycle book review was originally published in the August 2009 issue of Rider magazine] What do motorcyclists want? It’s a question answered many times, never satisfactorily, until now. What motorcycle riders want is to get better at riding motorcycles.... Read more »

Book Review: The Road Gets Better from Here

Road Gets Better BR

Arden Kysely
February 4, 2009

[This review of "The Road Gets Better from Here" was originally published in the March 2009 issue of Rider magazine] Reassembling his Kawasaki KLR650 on the tarmac of the airport at Magadan, Russia, after flying it in on the mail plane from Vladivostok, Australian Adrian Scott began the journey of a... Read more »

Book Review: Motorcycle Journeys Through the Alps & Beyond, Fourth Edition

Book Review

Clement Salvadori
September 15, 2008

[This Motorcycle Journeys Through the Alps & Beyond, Fourth Edition book review was originally published in the October 2008 issue of Rider magazine] If you are going to the Alps, bring this book, whether you are taking a group tour or wandering on your own. There may never be another guide to motorcycling... Read more »

Book Review: Flat Out! The Rollie Free Story and World’s Fastest Motorcycle

2008-09-Book-reviews-photo-Flat-Out

Clement Salvadori
September 15, 2008

[This Review of Flat Out! The Rollie Free Story and World’s Fastest Motorcycle was originally published in the September 2008 issue of Rider magazine] Flat Out! The Rollie Free Story and World’s Fastest Motorcycle These are two very different books about the same subject, with the events taking place... Read more »

Book Review: Dreaming of Jupiter by Ted Simon

Ted Simon_Jupiter

Clement Salvadori
July 10, 2008

[This Dreaming of Jupiter book review was originally published in the May 2008 issue of Rider magazine] This book, Dreaming of Jupiter, can be enjoyed on several levels. As a travelogue of a two-and-a-half-year trip around the world; as the viewpoint of a slightly curmudgeonly 70-year-old going to little-visited... Read more »

« Previous PageNext Page »

Name:

Address:

City:

State:

ZIP: