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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...

The universally accepted truth about supermotards is that you can’t ride one for more than a few hours at a time and you certainly can’t tour on one...

If we all lived in a climate like Arizona or Australia there would be no need to consider buying a different motorcycle to use during the long winter months....

I ought to sue Honda for intellectual property theft. There I am, thinking I’ve got first call on the whole ‘riding as a form of meditation’...

Into the West – A tour of the rugged west coast of Clare 18th & 19th October 2013 The day had finally arrived for our adventure into the west....

A few years ago I was chatting to Mark Wilsmore, the Ace Cafe impresario, and I asked him why there were so many four-wheel events at a biker caff. Mark...

Sometimes things can go wrong. Even for those of us who have more than a vague idea about how bikes work. This sorry tale is a prime example. You can have...

The Horizons Unlimited (HU) website and forum for overland travellers was started way back in 1997 by Grant and Susan Johnson, a couple of Canadians who...

Final Chapter We spent four days in Ushuaia, suddenly the whole journey caught up with us and we both felt quite exhausted. For the end of the world,...

The Land of Fire The weather was getting colder as the sun started to go down. We had a very clear sense of how far south of the equator we are now. We...

The IJMS Conference Comes to London By Jonathan Boorstein Ever want to hear Chris Hodder talk about the myth of riders’ rights? Or how about whether...

1.What was your first motorcycling experience? Aged 13, hiring a 50cc motorcycle and riding it on the streets of Rimini for an hour without mastering...

Thursday        Today I was told that I am no longer a biker. “What do you mean!?” I was told that I’m no longer a biker, just a bike rider...

The border crossing between Chile and Argentina at Portezulo de Puyehue is the last paved crossing for several thousand kilometres. As the border is high...

I’d like to start by saying I’m not a writer, a reporter, or a journalist. I’m not highly educated and I possess very few literary skills, (thank...

As many of you will be aware, I tend to leave me editorial until the very last thing. This is partially to lend it a degree of immediacy in recognition...

Going faster with cheap gin.  Time passes by incredibly quickly, especially once one reaches a certain age. Actually, scrub that. Time is inordinately...

The border crossing from Bolivia to Chile is simple, efficient and ever so civilised. The staff seem to be under little or no pressure and as soon as...

Whitchurch is one of those places that encapsulates the essence of Englishness with all its half-timbered houses, red bricks and stone-built churches....

It had been 10 years since my first and last visit to the Isle of Man for the TT races, back in 2002 I had just changed jobs, as I finished my training...