Our contributors have been lucky enough to visit and explore some of the world’s top motorcycle destinations. Whether you’re looking to plan your next motorcycle trip or just want to read about the experiences of our contributors, we’ve got you covered. From the California desert to the Canadian Shield, chances are we can tell you whether it’s worth the trip or not.
Riding the Explorer’s Edge region of Ontario
Here are the 18 lessons I learned from 28 days on the road, mostly riding around Lake Superior, but also Northwestern Ontario and the Northeast.
Ontario’s Highlands are home to some of the finest motorcycle roads anywhere and are located less than three hours from the gridlocked roads of Toronto.
With near-perfect weather and records breaking left and right, the 2015 Isle of Man TT has been a corker.
The best way to clear the head is to get on a motorbike and tour this magical island.
Neale Bayly makes a reconnaissance trip to South Africa to support Wellspring International Outreach
John Burns heads up to Healdsburg for several days of riding around sampling the area’s finest wines.
A cemetery is usually the last place a bike fan wants to visit.
We packed up and headed north for the Bike and Sled Shootout at King of the North Dragway in Northern Ontario.
Two of them in fact: CTX1300 Deluxe and CTX700N. Motorcycles and fishing expeditions, it turns out, go together like trout and almondine.
Nebraska probably isn’t the first place you think about when it’s time for a nice motorcycle ride.
The Wings Tour concludes Kennedy Space Center, where the cutting edge of flight takes place.
Virgil Elings’ Vintage Motorcycle Museum in is a hidden gem well worth a visit if you’re in the Santa Barbara area.
Our search for the link between wings and bikes has taken us to some of the highest-performing fliers in the world.