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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 »

Rising From the Ashes

Jim Key took a moment to mourn the loss of his 1971 BMW R75/5 after the High Park Fire in Colorado destroyed his home last June.

Heather Reinhart
May 2, 2013

Motorcycling is everything to Jim Key. He got his first motorcycle at age 10 and makes a living doing what he loves, running a videography business filming motorcycle trips and races. Jim met his wife, Jeannie, at a motorcycle rally and they both love to ride. Jeannie has done some work for Honda’s... Read more »

Rider Magazine is Now on Pinterest

Rider magazine Pinterest page.

Rider Magazine Staff
April 23, 2013

Rider magazine now has a Pinterest page to showcase its motorcycle and travel photos. The  page features boards for each of the popular motorcycle brands, previous magazine covers, as well as a board showcasing scenic views of the fabulous places our writers have ridden across the globe. To access our... Read more »

BMW in the Americas, Interview: Hans Blesse

Hans Blesse, Vice President BMW Motorrad USA.

Mark Tuttle
April 4, 2013

In conjunction with the introduction of the new liquid-cooled BMW R 1200 GS, Rider Editor-in-Chief Mark Tuttle sat down for an interview with Hans Blesse, who was recently appointed to the position of Vice President BMW Motorrad USA to succeed the retiring Pieter de Waal. The 51-year-old Blesse started... Read more »

El Tanque: A Russian Conquest of Latin America

Having recently left Bolivia and entered Chile, I was astonished by even more incredible snowcapped volcanoes and breathtaking vistas that had me constantly stopping in admiration. In this region of South America, many of these high-altitude alkaline or saline lakes host flocks of Andean Flamingos. For another two days, I was able to enjoy this barren paradise before making my way to Antofagasta along the coast of Northern Chile, where I managed to catch the Dakar Rally.

Tyler Keys
April 4, 2013

I looked at the steep slope in front of me, littered with large boulders, deep ruts and debris, and wondered how I’d gotten myself into such a mess. I had already walked up the trail to check if my big Ural would make it around one particularly large boulder in the center of the narrow path. It was... Read more »

Rider Exclusive: Spy Shots Reveal Motorcycle Zombie Outbreak Response Team

The Kawasaki KLR650, bearing the “zombie survival vehicle” identification sticker, is an example of the kind of motorcycle equipped for response in rural areas where all-terrain capability is critical.

Lance Oliver
April 1, 2013

While the use of motorcycles in the military and other branches of the government has declined in recent decades, Rider has uncovered information about a top secret, elite motorized unit created by the Department of Homeland Security to address an unlikely but potentially terrifying threat: a zombie... Read more »

Motor Maids Matriarch: Gloria Struck

Here’s Gloria at the age of 25, already an experienced motorcyclist and enjoying life on the road.

Thad Wolff
March 8, 2013

Lots of female motorcyclists rode in from around the country to attend this year’s Vintage Rally, and at one point I discovered more than a dozen Motor Maids club members gathered around the Women in Motorcycling display. The Motor Maids club was established in 1940. Its membership includes Gloria... Read more »

Motorcycle Travel in the Appalachians

Typical vistas along the Virginia/Kentucky border.

Dale Coyner
March 8, 2013

“I think I’m lost.” Twenty miles had passed since departing the only hotel in Cumberland, Kentucky, that had a sign hanging in a broken window that read, “Closed.” That’s when the thought came to mind that I might be in trouble. I’d been traveling lonely State Route 522 for a while now,... Read more »

Moto-Journalism Loses a Legend

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Rider Magazine
January 23, 2013

The motorcycle world recently lost Kevin Ash, one of the most well-liked, respected and professional motorcycle journalists in the UK. In addition to contributing to Rider since 1997, Ash wrote each week for the UK’s biggest circulation broadsheet newspaper The Daily Telegraph in its Saturday Motoring... Read more »

Rider Magazine’s Top 10 Motorcycle Stories of 2012

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Rider Magazine Staff
January 2, 2013

We’re taking a look back at 2012 by reviewing our ridermagazine.com page views. Naturally, our homepage (ridermagazine.com) drew the most page views in 2012. It was also popular for users of our website to seek out information on motorcycle helmets (ridermagazine.com/browse-by-type/helmets) and... Read more »

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