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California’s Angeles Crest Highway and Beyond

Mount Wilson Observatory boasts a 60-inch telescope, among the largest available for public viewing.

Gary Koz Mraz
April 4, 2012

Snaking through the San Gabriel Mountains, California’s 66-mile Angeles Crest Highway, part of State Route 2, provides exceptional riding and spectacular views. Part of the road was closed for repairs for five years before it was reopened briefly in May 2009, then the road was closed again due to fires.... Read more »

Newfoundland Adventure: Motorcycle Travel Feature

Twillingate is the “Iceberg Capital” of Newfoundland. Icebergs arrive from Greenland from March to July. They are composed of snow that fell 15,000 years ago and average the size of a 15-story building. And yes, 90 percent of an iceberg is below water.

Jeff McQueen
April 3, 2012

I had ridden 1,000 miles to catch the 11:30 a.m. ferry to Newfoundland. But I was late and lost and boarding closed in 10 minutes. I had made the classic GPS mistake—punched in a destination without checking a map. I was in Sydney, Nova Scotia, but the ferry was boarding in North Sydney, 12 miles away.... Read more »

Going Loopy for New Mexico: Motorcycle Travel Feature

Spectacular scenery along the gravel road to Ghost Ranch.

Bill Stermer
April 2, 2012

At an overlook near Cumbres Pass (elevation 10,022 feet) north of Chama, New Mexico, I parked the 2011 Victory Cross Country to take a break. Soon I was joined by a man in a cowboy hat who had climbed out of his pickup truck to stand on a granite outcropping and peer through binoculars. He explained... Read more »

Continental Divide Ride Documentary Film Premiere

A film has recently been created based on the Continental Divide Ride 2012.

Press Release
March 9, 2012

The Continental Divide Ride is one of North America’s “bucket list” adventures. For the last three years Rawhyde Adventures has been operating tours up and down the mostly unpaved, north-south cross-country route. RawHyde recently completed a documentary of what it’s like to Ride the Divide in... Read more »

Pennsylvania Motorcycle Tour on a Kawasaki Versys

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Lance Oliver
March 2, 2012

There is a perfectly serviceable bridge on Interstate 84 that carries me across the Delaware River from New York into Pennsylvania in seconds. I know. I’ve crossed it many times over the past 28 years. But not today. Today is the sort of morning that gives June its good reputation. At the beginning... Read more »

Harley-Davidson Launches Global Authorized Tours

2012 Harley-Davidson FLHTCU

Press Release
January 4, 2012

The all-new Harley-Davidson Authorized Tours program that will offer Harley-Davidson riders an opportunity to experience riding adventures worldwide. In partnership with 11 independent, multi-national tour operators, Harley-Davidson Authorized Tours encompasses more than 150 distinct tour experiences... Read more »

Alaska and Yukon Ayres Adventures Rider Motorcycle Tour 2011

Glen Highway Alaska

Clement Salvadori
December 12, 2011

photography by Clement and Sue Salvadori Alaska and Yukon Ayres Adventures Rider Motorcycle Tour 2011 was originally published in the October 2011 issue of Rider magazine] On our final return to Alaska, after a night in the Yukon’s Beaver Creek, we took the mandatory group shot. Ah, the last frontier!... Read more »

Virginia on a Tangent

Virginia by Motorcycle

Rider Contributor
December 2, 2011

story and photography by Alan Paulsen Mountain knobs and rushing water surround Hungry Mother State Park. [Virginia on a Tangent was originally published in the October 2011 issue of Rider magazine] Some states just don’t lend themselves to the type of perimeter runs I accomplished on previous tours... Read more »

Carving up Southeastern Ohio

Hune Bridge in Ohio

Rider Contributor
November 8, 2011

story and photography by Scott A. Williams [Carving up Southeastern Ohio was originally published in the November 2011 issue of Rider magazine] The last Mail Pouch Barns were painted in 1992, but many of the ads are still in good shape. A classic American riddle asks, “Why is the state of Ohio different?”... Read more »

Riding the Backroads of New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York

Near Smiley, Pennsylvania, on Route 92

Kenneth W. Dahse
October 14, 2011

story and photography by Kenneth W. Dahse [Riding the Backroads of New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York was originally published in the July 2011 issue of Rider magazine] There’s nothing more adventurous and satisfying than hitting the road for a few days, especially if the route you choose offers... Read more »

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