Have you ever wanted to ride on dirt but weren’t sure where to start? Look at a mountain while you’re out on a ride and and think, “I want to climb that”? If so, you might want to try adventure riding. You may, like I did, feel a sense of anxiety when thinking about riding off onto scarecly traveled fire roads and trails all by yourself. What’s more, is you probably don’t yet have the proper skills to do so. Even an experienced street rider needs a run down on maneuvering off… Continue Reading »
Posts Tagged ‘colorado’
This woman, Sash Walker (link) of ‘Road Pickle Motorcycle Bohemia’, is fearless. Through snow, ice, and dropping her bike… all to get from San Diego, California to Denver, Colorado for the Steel Horse Sisterhood Summit. Damn straight she made it… determination is key! “Even though my VStar 650 was lying on its side in the snow and ice of Wolf Creek Pass in Southern Colorado, I never once thought about turning around and going home.” [ more motorcycles in hardcore weather | source & story ]
I really enjoy giving names and credit to these famous tumblr photos that have lost their original source- this is Jordan on her Honda CB200. It’s her only mode of transportation, and when she lived in Asia she rode there too. Jordan trains in Krav Maga, Jiu Jitsu and Muay Thai which is bad ass to say the least. Now that’s a motolady.
Voni Glaves and Ardys Kellerman hit 1,000,000 miles in Colorado, August 30, 2011! (Submission from Mike Davis) Thanks, Mike! As they approached these accomplishments they arranged to meet in Ouray,Colorado to ride their one-millionth miles together on U.S. Highway 550, the “Million Dollar Highway.” Glaves, 64, is a retired teacher who resides in the Texas Big Bend just north of Big Bend National Park. Kellerman, 79, is a retired electronics technician who resides in Lexington, Texas. Both have been riding BMW motorcycles for many years. Kellerman bought her first BMW in 1985…. Continue Reading »
“I feel like a rock star when I’m riding my hardest. I love riding fast and taking chances. It’s when I know I’m truly alive. My children all know that if I die ripping traffic on my bike, I died truly happy, and it was most likely my fault.” Melinda Gray Jordan, real motolady from Colorado.