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Sport Touring’s Most Common Mistakes

Mark Tuttle Jr.
May 13, 2011

As a solo and two-up sport tourer of many moons, in my experience there are two mistakes many canyon strafers make more often than most. No. 1 is hugging the centerline in blind left turns. No. 2 is riding over your head in order to keep up with a faster group. I have seen more accidents as a result... Read more »

Rider Alaska and Yukon Tour, The Last Frontier

Rider Magazine
August 21, 2010

Final Cell Phone Blog Most photos by Genie Tuttle Penultimate evening, Talkeetna, Alaska. Rider Alaska and Yukon Tour Denali’s ulu-knife top is sheathed in ever-present clouds, then clears suddenly and slices the red-orange skin of sunset, opening a stream of darker shadowy blood across the sky. It’s... Read more »

Rider Alaska & Yukon Tour Part II

Rider Magazine
August 18, 2010

Cell Phone Blog Day 10 Miles: 1900-plus (Dawson City Group, 2600; Roger, lost count) New friends: 10 Border crossings: 4 Rain riding: 8-10 min. Amazing sunrises: 4 (asleep for sunsets so far) Mosquito Bites: 11 Belly laughs: 1298 Wasp stings: 1 Bear sightings: 2 Caribou: 1 Wolf: 1 Porcupine: 1 Tipovers:... Read more »

Rider Alaska and Yukon Tour with Ayres Adventures

Rider Magazine
August 14, 2010

Taking a break on the Glenn Highway. “The last foreign country still friendly to Americans,” read the first, but far from last, hand-scrawled sign we would see expressing the many interesting sentiments Alaskans have for their state and visitors to it. These are independent folk up here, rugged individuals... Read more »