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The Classic Mistake

How the author became his own risk manager and started riding again. Story & Photos by John Lewis This is a story about my motorcycling journey: how I started, why I left and how I was able to come back…

No Comments / 284 View / May 8, 2019

Prepare for Your Ride

May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month, so we thought it prudent to offer up some sobering facts and a few tips that may just save your life. Story by: Emily Roberts The sun sank behind the horizon as the rain…

No Comments / 311 View / April 10, 2019

Cheers to you, Mom

Reflecting on my motorcycle upbringing Story by: Emily Roberts I remember when my mom enrolled me in Irish dance class – I was excited, yet there were so many other things to do. Like riding a dirt bike. She would…

1 Comment / 43 View / April 10, 2019

Race Academy

Even a professional race instructor can learn a few new tricks when she becomes a student again Story by: Misti Hurst Photos by: During an incredibly amazing Leod Escapes international tour with track time through the Spanish Pyrenees, our…

No Comments / 24 View / April 4, 2019

Period Correct

A mean, green racing machine left its impression on this builder. Story by Greg Williams Photos by: Doreen Lim and Steve Willgoose Steve Willgoose was 17 when Kawasaki launched its KZ1000R Eddie Lawson Replica in 1982, and he never forgot…

No Comments / 336 View / March 18, 2019

Wally Klammer

Remembering a man who dedicated his life to promoting the sport he loved Story by Trevor Marc Hughes Photos courtesy of Marg Klammer I first met Wally Klammer at the Greater Vancouver Motorcycle Club (GVMC). I had just finished an…

2 Comments / 62 View / March 18, 2019

One Piece at a Time

Some builders find the exciting part of a restoration is the hunt for parts. Story by Greg Williams Photos by: Bob Klassen There’s no mistaking a Triumph Bonneville. Launched in 1959, the Bonneville was named to commemorate a 214.47 mph…

No Comments / 302 View / February 13, 2019

Riding a Slow Bike Fast

Many experienced riders realize that in the right environment, small bikes are a lot of fun Story by: Andrew Boss Photos by: Fatima Malik, Marcel Kutschenreuter, Richard Seck Throttle pinned on the back straight, butt shoved against the rear cowling…

No Comments / 574 View / February 13, 2019

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