How Low Should You Go??

By Richelle Redekop October 2017 Unlike most women, shoe shopping is the bane of my existence. I have been cursed with an odd combination of a wide front foot and narrow heel that makes finding properly fitting footwear a nightmare. As bad as shopping [...]

How Low Should You Go?? 2017-10-24T16:22:59+00:00

Please, Get First Aid Training. Pack Your Backcountry First Aid Kit

By Steph Terrien Last summer I had the un-welcomed opportunity to practice my Wilderness EMT training when a member of our riding group, and dear friend experienced a horrific crash traveling 65 mph on a two-lane highway in eastern WA. Had I not had [...]

Please, Get First Aid Training. Pack Your Backcountry First Aid Kit 2017-12-23T08:27:03+00:00

A case for upgrading your stock lights

By Steph Terrien The stock low beam lights on my BMW GS F650 twin were barely visible, and had little range. Even the high beams left me unsatisfied so I made it a personal rule to not ride at night – unless circumstances are [...]

A case for upgrading your stock lights 2017-05-16T21:58:55+00:00

Kay’s Pot Cozy

By Kay Miller. A pot cozy is an insulated blanket to keep your food warm while it is rehydrating. It's the perfect way to reduce the amount of fuel you will use, keep your food warm for longer, the ability to hold your pot [...]

Kay’s Pot Cozy 2017-04-28T14:27:45+00:00

Save Money By Spending More: Buy the Right Gear the First Time

 By Richelle Redekop. How many times do you have to learn the same lesson before it finally sinks in? In my case, the answer is, too many times to count over the past decade. You might think that whatever this lesson is, it couldn’t [...]

Save Money By Spending More: Buy the Right Gear the First Time 2017-03-11T10:16:01+00:00

How to Prepare for a Backcountry Adventure Ride

By Lukas Eddy. So, you’ve got an off-road capable motorcycle, some camping gear and the inspiring visions of Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman’s Long Way Round motivating you to set off on an adventure motorcycle trip of your own. But where in the massive [...]

How to Prepare for a Backcountry Adventure Ride 2017-03-29T19:41:27+00:00

Bike Evolution: Choosing Your Perfect Bike

By Egle Gerulaityte. Choosing a bike is a very individual decision; choosing an adventure bike, even more so. And what happens when you outgrow your first motorcycle? We spoke to three female riders with different levels of experience and expectations, and tried to figure [...]

Bike Evolution: Choosing Your Perfect Bike 2017-03-11T10:19:29+00:00

Should I, or Shouldn’t I?

By Jessica Leyne. Review of the Leatt Neck Brace ADV II - KTM-Edition When I first started riding, I mounted my GoPro on top of my helmet just like many beginning off road riders. I got stuck a lot in bushes because the camera operated [...]

Should I, or Shouldn’t I? 2017-03-11T10:28:14+00:00