First UK ride: Suzuki V-Strom 1000 review


Thanks George as always for sending me this link…interesting review, seems pretty honest to me.

Suzuki’s new adventure-tourer is good but feels more the product of sales strategy than any desire to outclass the competition

Posted: 14 January 2014
by Steve Farrell
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Day Tripping with the Ducati Multistrada S and Moto Guzzi Stelvio NTX – RideApart


We absolutely LOVE the videos these guy put out…they are real…funny and true reviews.  They just tell it the way it is….and this video is no different!  Long but totally worth watching it all….enjoy their reality approach to motorcycle reviews ADV style!

What’s it like to go on a date with pampered Italian models into the wilderness? Grant Ray, Jamie Robinson and Wes Siler ride the best mountain roads of the Los Padres forest on the Ducati Multistrada S and Moto Guzzi Stelvio NTX adventure bikes to find out. For more on motorcycles, check outhttp://hellforleathermagazine.com  They must have the link not able to be embedded into a post.  You have to go to YouTube to watch it by clicking on the link below.  *****FIX the link and now I got the player in the POST!****

BMW Motorrad – RawHyde Adventure Camp


Thanks Kathy for posting this on our FB page!

This should have followed my post from May 2nd, 2012 click here

Attending Adventure Camp with RawHyde Adventures, the official BMW Motorrad off-road training academy in North America, will greatly improve your off-road motorcycle skills and will open the doors to your adventure lifestyle, helping you become part of a global adventure motorcycle community. Your all-inclusive, semi-rustic weekend spent at RawHyde will create skills, memories and relationships that last a lifetime. -Teaching you and allowing you to do things on a motorcycle that you never thought you could do. Learn in a building-block manner starting from the very basics, then take your achievements to the next level, gently guided by your BMW Training Coach. Bring your own bike or rent one from RawHyde. Both beginner classes and advanced classes available. All dual-sport makes are welcome. http://www.rawhyde-adventures.com Continue reading