The below posts are tagged with "Riding Conditions"
According to a 2012 Motorcycle Industry Council report of the approximately 27 million people in the United States that operate a motorcycle, about 4.8 million are women. This represents a 28 percent increase over the previous five years.Read more
There is a funny phenomena that occurs in many activities or sports that involve gear, whether it be skiing, mountain climbing, tennis, or adventure motorcycling. We have all witnessed it: someone decides to get into something new and goes out and buys all the best stuff. Then, has no idea how to use it AND is too out of shape to be effective in using it.Read more
Moto Expert Fred Rau names his ten favorite rides on earth.
Most touring motorcyclists have some kind of “bucket list” for our riding careers that we carry around in the backs of our minds. Maybe your bucket list could use some help. If so, I offer these suggestions based my favorite rides in my 40-plus years, divided into domestic and foreign.
Motorcycling and wind go hand in hand. Some people call it wind therapy; others avoid motorcycling because of the wind. Either way, managing the wind is an important factor in getting the most out of riding. ARN contributor Vicki Sanfelipo tells you how.Read more
There is something enthralling about riding in a foreign country. The newness of the landscape and the different contours of roads and surfaces provide a whole new experience. Jeff Buchanan offers some basic pieces of advice to make your trip abroad more enjoyable.Read more
About ten years ago, I toured New Zealand by motorcycle and fell madly in love with the country. Over the next year my small touring company partnered with New Zealand’s largest motorcycle rental agency to run two-week guided tours. Every February, I look forward to the journey as if it were my first. I have toured over a large part of the planet, and New Zealand is my favorite place to ride. Rather than write another boring travelogue, I decided to tell you what makes touring New Zealand so unique.Read more
The Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) is a road many of us who live east of the Rockies only dream about. We often believe it is (1) too far away, because it can take several hard riding days just to get to the start, (2) too long, because it is a multiweek ride..Read more
California State Route 1, more commonly known as the Pacific Coast Highway or simply “PCH,” is one of the most iconic roads in America. The Internet travel site TripAdvisor lists it as the eighth most popular tourist road in the U.S.Read more
Allstate Rider News is down with riding year-round in all parts of the country. The fall 2013 issue focuses on cold-weather riding; this particular article takes you through a specific fall ride to see the beautiful changing colors of the trees in the Upper Midwest.Read more
I have been coordinating group rides for 15 years. As the Head Road Captain for a group of 25 female Road Guardians called Women In Motion, I hope that this article can give you some good advice whether you are the person who is coordinating or participating.Read more