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Racing in the Baja 1000

Baja Favours No One

Five strangers sharing one bike during  a 37-hour relay race can be problematic, but it also builds a stronger team Story and Photos by Shane Scott “Baja favours no one.” I remembered fellow Pikes Peak racer Carlin Dunne’s words well as…

No Comments / 179 View / April 11, 2018

Custom Motorcycle Paint Design by Bill Cameron

For a Job Well Done

Decades of sacrifice deserves a one-off  paint job to honour a special veteran. Story by Misti Hurst Photos by Curtis Leblanc A few months ago, a friend of mine sent me a video of a bike reveal she did for…

No Comments / 402 View / April 11, 2018

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Motorcycles, Guns & Beer

The full Texas experience Story by Misti Hurst I mean seriously, can it get any better? I thought to myself while dirt riding, shooting guns and drinking beer at the Texas Tornado Boot Camp. I laughed and crashed, dirtier and…

No Comments / 331 View / March 14, 2018

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Still Setting Records

A brief history of the Vincent 998 cc V-twin brings us to the Ehret Vincent, arguably the most important Black Lightning in existence and one of the world’s most famous, and expensive, motorcycles Photos by: Kel Edge, Jack Ehret Archives…

No Comments / 279 View / March 14, 2018

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My Little Perspective

This certified Gearing Up instructor gives a few tips on how to adjust an oversized motorcycle to better fit you Story and Photos by Sandy Spiers Instead of whining about my petite powerless size – trust me, I tried but…

2 Comments / 526 View / February 14, 2018

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Stories from the Road

As told by women who ride. Compiled by David G. Williams Women have been riding motorcycles pretty much since they were invented (the motorcycles, not women). Why, in 1915, Effie Hotchkiss and her mother, Avis, became the first women to…

2 Comments / 747 View / December 13, 2017

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Back in the Saddle

Even just talking about and being around motorcycles can lead to a slippery slope for the re-entry rider. Story and Photos by Walter Eisenbeis My last bike was a BMW R69S, which I sold in 1971 but have never forgotten….

No Comments / 234 View / December 13, 2017

Motorcycle Safety Training

So You Want to Ride Fast?

Any training has the potential to improve your riding skills, but being safer in the corners takes a special kind of instruction Story and Photos by Heather Bashow and Don Empey The day begins at 7:30 a.m., with about 30…

No Comments / 275 View / October 4, 2017

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