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The 10th Anniversary edition (i.e. new wraparound cover) of The Carin’ Sharin’ Chronicles   Available from The Rider’s Digest...

The editor suffered a rather nasty infection at the tail end of last year and although it was sorted out eventually with a great deal of support and assistance...

We are very proud to announce the arrival of our all new web site The Rider’s Digest Live! We’re aware that there are many regulars who eagerly...

Because that’s where you’ll find all of the new stuff; there’s an amazing archive here that you could spend a lot more time than you...

The PDF of issue 194 of The Rider’s Digest is available to download absolutely FREE from our online shop HERE and as usual it is rammed full...

The PDF of issue 193 of The Rider’s Digest is available to download absolutely FREE from our online shop HERE and as usual it is rammed full...

Have a look through these dozen images (they’re larger below) and vote for your favourite.     ...

This story has caused barely a ripple in the mainstream media but there’s been a fair bit of chatter within the ‘biking community’...

Motorcycle manufacturers commissioning one off specials is nothing new, in fact judging by the amount of PR blurb that we see in our in-tray it would...

Tom battles rain and London gridlock on a diverse pair of Dark Custom Harleys “In a world of the bland leading the bland, Dark Custom motorcycles are...

Towards the end of April a mum from Texas found herself at the centre of a veritable Twitter-storm after this photograph appeared online showing her...

The PDF of issue 192 of The Rider’s Digest is available to download absolutely free from our online shop HERE and as usual it is rammed full of the...

It seems incongruous to review a DVD that’s been on general release since 2012. However, Dream Racer has recently been nominated for another slew of...

Issue 191 of The Rider’s Digest is available to download absolutely free in Adobe PDF form from the online shop right here. In this 154-page issue...

It’s late September and while Maggie May’s toy boy really should be back at school, hundreds of motorcycle enthusiasts across London and the South...

To kickstart this little article, I ought to declare that as a non-biker of forty years standing, my knowledge of motorcycles is non-existent. I know nothing...

When I informed the editor that due to a series of unforeseen events, I would be substituting a Saab convertible for the BMW/Ural combo that I described...

More than 700 outdoor types attended the Adventure Travel Film Festival (ATFF) recently at London’s Mill Hill School. The school, whose alumni includes...

Issue 190 of The Rider’s Digest is now available absolutely free in the usual Adobe PDF format from either the online shop right here, or from the...

A Rider’s Digest Exclusive In spite of a rock solid reputation for straight talking, honesty and integrity that stretches back to 1997, The Rider’s...

Royal Enfield has continued with the planned expansion of its footprint in the UK by opening a second exclusive store in London. The store, in Mitcham,...

The editor (me) and Mark The Chef (author of the Honda Collection feature in Issue 187) went to Anglesey Circuit in North Wales for what was ostensibly...


The original working title for this month’s offering was: “Women… D’oh!” However I decided that while the Homer reference...

As a follow-up to his in-depth assessment of the Harley-Davidson LiveWire in Issue 189, here’s a gallery courtesy of electric evangelist Paul Blezard...

During the summer of 2014, with the Tower of London surrounded by thousands of vivid red ceramic poppies and the nation finding many different ways of...