My time with RideApart is at an end. I’m quite proud of the work I’ve done for them over the past two and a half years, two of which were as the weekend writer. Highlights include attending and reporting on the New York International Motorcycle Show, documenting my journey into dirt riding, and of course […]Read More Moving On
Momma Badger, a.k.a. Angie of The Badgers, recently interviewed me about my work for RideApart, as well as my own story of how I got into motorcycles, what kind of writing and riding I’m doing, and more. I met Angie and Sonny when I did an article on their website, SupportBikers.com, for RideApart. It’s a […]Read More Interview With Momma Badger
I wish this post was an April Fool’s joke. Unfortunately, I must confirm that it is, indeed, quite real. Last Saturday started so well. The van was coming along nicely. Temperatures were hitting the 50s regularly. The foot of snow we got just days before had already melted completely. It was time to bring the […]Read More Well, Now I’ve Gone and Done It
It’s only been a few weeks, but the chill of autumn is in the air. Mornings have gotten cold, too cold for me to ride the KLR to work with no wind protection. Since my Honda PC800 hasn’t sold yet, I expect I’ll start commuting on that until temps dip below freezing. I don’t like […]Read More Where Has Summer Gone?
The five days, of which two were travel, were a whirlwind tour of another world — one where motorcycles outnumber cars and biker culture rules. It was also an amazing place to ride, with something for everybody even if you don’t ride the American cruisers that make up 99% of the population of this event. […]Read More Sturgis Was Awesome