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Renegade Rendezvous Was Worth The Ride

Renegade Rendezvous Was Worth The Ride

If you’re like me you love going to events and yet hate crowds. Biker rallies can feel bloated and phony, bike nights can get repetitive, but you still want to head out with your buddies and be part of the local scene. Fortunately, there is no shortage of different...

Bartels x Glendale Harley Ride for the Kids

Bartels x Glendale Harley Ride for the Kids

This past September, I had the pleasure of attending the Ride for the Children charity ride benefiting Olive Crest, an organization that helps at-risk children find safe harbor from domestic violence through loving foster families and educational support and services....

Run What Ya Brung: Flat Track Racing on Your Daily Rider

Run What Ya Brung: Flat Track Racing on Your Daily Rider

With the continuing rise of flat track racing, it should be no surprise that Roland Sands Super Hooligans National Championship (SHNC) is on the rise with it. With only two pages of rules and a low barrier to entry, riders take 2-cylinder street bikes-- 750cc or...

Solo Motorcycle Adventure: Joshua Tree National Park

Solo Motorcycle Adventure: Joshua Tree National Park

Tips for the best experience: Plan to spend an entire day exploring. Bring a lunch to enjoy while hiking or in one of the many picnic areas. Keep your eye on the weather and dress for the occasion. Visit during the week, if possible, to avoid crowds. Bring your BAM...

Hand Painted Patches “How To” at Babes Ride Out

Hand Painted Patches “How To” at Babes Ride Out

The sun was blistering the second day at Babes Ride Out, but we were grateful to be working in the shade. Most of the ladies went out riding and exploring. After my two-wheeled trek from Colorado to California, I enjoyed a morning of coffee and conversation with some...

Industry Spotlight: Jeff Shepard and Ride4Relief

Industry Spotlight: Jeff Shepard and Ride4Relief

Jeff Shepard has always been a man on a mission. Public service was his calling, so eight years as a firefighter was a natural fit for him. Having always wanted to become a police motor officer though, he changed careers, working traffic on four wheels before getting...

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