The Wisdom of Walt

An insightful summation of the state of women’s motorcycling. When one creates an article about, “The Wisdom of Walt,” eyebrows immediately rise. In today’s knee-jerk responsive environment, it’s often difficult to present notable observations and ways to improve without someone trying to be offended.   Val Weston in her awesome Read more…

Travel Planning

Traveling on a motorcycle doesn’t have to be difficult or stressful.  As Walt pointed out in last month’s Motorcycle Consumer News Street Strategy, multi-day motorcycle trips are quite easy and fun. This Month, Walt Fulton goes further and explains how to pack and what to prepare for, on a motorcycle Read more…

Get Lost and Alone

Motorcycling means many things to many people.  In the July Issue of Motorcycle Consumer News, Walt’s Street Strategy article is perfect for the summer months. While many of us commute to work or ride the canyons and beaches, on the weekend, there are many more ways of owning a motorcycle Read more…

Motorcycle Diversity

Alisa Clickenger is an active part of the motorcycling community.  Throughout the years she has led national rides including the recent Sister’s Centennial Ride. Alisa also runs Women’s Motorcycle Tours. When she’s not doing all of that, she is often out writing stories for numerous publications. Recently, Dealer News Magazine Read more…

Dangerous Roads

We’ve all experienced them, a group of riders blaming the road, other riders, or anything but their own skill, setup, and choices for a dangerous road. Yes, some roads are more challenging than others.  Often though what makes it danerous has little to do with the road. Walt Fulton wrote Read more…

Room For Improvement

There is always room for  improvement.  A curious phenomenon that happens with many motorcyclists is the belief that they are as good as they ever need to be.  For too many riders, the weekend-long rider training will be all the instruction they receive.  That’s both a shame and a cause Read more…

Roads: What’s the Big Deal?

As motorcyclists, we are constantly deciding whether to take a back road, highway, or interstate.  It’s easy to say, “I only take the back roads.” but that’s not true.  Every day we’re faced with decisions based on time, weather, and how you’re feeling. Walt Fulton writes about this in the Read more…

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