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The Wonders of West Texas

Whether you’re looking for paved elevation changes or dirt tracks, fine restaurants or barbecue, the Big Bend area has all that and so much more to satisfy your soul Story and Photos by Jamie Elvidge “Texas is a state of…

No Comments / 137 View / August 22, 2018

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All in the Family

Wayne Rudd not only has an eye for the classics, but is also doing his part to preserve an 86-year-old heirloom Story by Greg Williams Photos by: Amee Reehal When Uncle Edwin Mathison’s 1932 BSA L32-2 was pulled from the…

No Comments / 131 View / August 22, 2018

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An Inspiration to All

There’s no reason to give up on your dreams when you have the desire to challenge yourself Story by Misti Hurst Photos by: William Snow In December 2014, Kris Bergthorson, an avid motorcyclist, was riding arenacross at the Red Barn…

1 Comment / 359 View / August 22, 2018

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Spirit of the South

An impromptu gossip fest with coffee shop locals, an apparition in a cemetery and fantastic winding roads make for a great few days in Georgia. Story and Photos by Jeff Davison   The first indication that I was entering the…

2 Comments / 196 View / July 4, 2018

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19 Secrets of California’s Southern Pacific Coast Highway

It pays to listen to those who know, and where can you get better advice if not from someone who has visited these secrets locales many times? Story and Photos by Jamie Elvidge California’s southern Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) is…

No Comments / 303 View / July 4, 2018

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America’s GP Racer

We might have seen a twin-cylinder, two-stroke 500 cc race replica from Harley-Davidson on the roads of North America if the timing had been a little different By Alan Cathcart Photos by: Stefano Gadda As a home-run two-wheeled Trivial Pursuit…

No Comments / 140 View / July 4, 2018

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Questionable Wisdom

Just because most people wouldn’t ride in the winter doesn’t mean it’s wrong. But choosing to walk into the Pacific Ocean with a surfboard in January or February takes a special person. Story by Claire Crimp Photos by Claire Crimp…

No Comments / 206 View / June 6, 2018

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New Beginnings

A road trip to New Mexico reveals snow-white dunes and a city of rocks. Story by Lisa Morris Photos by Jason Spafford “I really don’t want to go.” Pouting, I tried to internalize an unnecessary degree of petulance. Dispensing our…

No Comments / 343 View / June 6, 2018

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