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Touring & Adventure

Book Preview: Revolutionary Ride by Lois Pryce

Fascinating solo motorcycle adventure tour of Iran by British woman

12/11/2017, By Genevieve Schmitt
"Revolutionary Ride" chronicles Lois Pryce's 3,000-mile motorcycle adventure to Iran to experience the real story of its people and their way of life.
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Book Review: Dirty Dining by Lisa Thomas

Making motorcycling adventure taste better from an expert world traveler

12/6/2017, By Genevieve Schmitt
If you're a camper and adventurer at heart, you need to own a copy of Lisa Thomas' "Dirty Dining." Its simple and delicious recipes can make a lot out of a little.
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Book Preview: Ride the Black Hills

New book details 13 motorcycle routes

7/27/2017, By Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
Motorcyclists attending the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, or anyone planning to travel in and around the Black Hills of South Dakota, should get a copy of "Ride The Black Hills."
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Addicted to Cross Country Motorcycle Riding

Across the U.S. nine times! The motivation behind one woman rider's monumental journeys

By Paris Wolfe; some photos by Sara Liberte
Bessie Stringfield rode her motorcycle eight times across the country in the 1930s. Today Sarah "SeCCRet" Moreau is doing the same thing in hopes of bringing attention to this pioneering rider.
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All-Women Motorcycle Tour in Cuba Now Taking Registrations

Join other female riders on this all-paved road adventure

9/21/2016
The first ever all women’s motorcycle tour of Cuba is scheduled for March 18–26, 2017, and will focus on "people-to-people" encounters throughout the country.
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10 Tips to Reduce Risk to Your Personal Safety on a Solo Motorcycle Trip

Genevieve's list of dos and don'ts for riding alone on overnight journeys

By Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
The question on whether you should take that solo motorcycle trip is one I can’t answer for you, but I can share what I do to mitigate risk for my personal safety while traveling on my motorcycle alone.
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A Bear, A Deer, and Fog Make One Harrowing Journey

How two riders find strength on the most challenging motorcycle ride of their lives

By Jean Caizzo, Edina, Minnesota
Two women motorcycle riders set out to ride one of the country's most desirable motorcycle roads, the Blue Ridge Parkway. But their dream journey took an unlikely turn.
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3 Tips for Solo Motorcycle Touring With No Regrets

A 55-year-old rider pushes through fear to make a dream come true

By Kim Parish, Phoenix, Arizona
Fulfilling her dream to ride cross-country, Kim Parish rode her big Vulcan bagger from Phoenix, Arizona, to Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Along the way, she made new friends, visited old ones, and learned valuable life lessons.
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Top 5 Touring Motorcycles Women are Riding Now

Our list of the most popular heavyweight bikes among female riders today

By Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
More women are riding bigger motorcycles to take them on their long distance adventures. Find out what the most popular touring bikes women are riding now.
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Review: The Alternate Compass Book

Off the beaten path motorcycle tours with a unique twist

4/19/2016, By Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
"The Alternate Compass" is not your usual motorcycle tour book. Author Steve A. Anderson combines two passions to come up with a unique idea for motorcycle touring: his love of exploring out of the way places and his love of craft beer as a destination.
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