New to road racing? If you’ve never raced on a track before—or if you’re unsure of your speed—you’ll want to start with a class or event designed for beginners. Here are three options for riders looking to dip their toes into the world of sportbike racing.
Want to be a better, safer rider? You and your riding friends can take a street course in New England with an expert-level coach and author of countless skills articles, Ken Condon. Get professional coaching while riding lightly traveled roads that wind through bucolic New England scenery through various levels of challenges.
WRN’s Erin Sills and her late husband, Andy, hold a Guinness World Book Record for being the fastest couple on a motorcycle. So who better to offer real-world advice for riders and passengers who are sharing the ride together? Check out Erin’s tips for having a safe enjoyable two-up motorcycle ride.
Congratulations to the winners of WRN’s Harley-Davidson Riding Academy New Rider Course contest. Soon, four women will learn to ride motorcycles and share the passion we all love so much! Check out their stories here.
Do you want to learn to ride but have been putting it off? Do you know someone who really wants to learn but doesn’t have the means to sign up for a class? See what the options are and enter to win a free class for you or a friend.
Want to organize and participate in a multi-day motorcycle ride with a large group, but don’t know where to start? Chix on 66 organizer Karan Andrea shares how she made her dream of riding her vintage motorcycle on Route 66 go from a motorcycle tour with a friend to an epic all-women’s group ride.
WRN reader Amanda Zito shares her tips and tricks she learned from a 24-day cross-country motorcycle camping trip.
Leslie Reyes boldly details her anxiety-riddled path to adulthood and control of her life. She relates her journey through her experiences with motorcycling and outlines the “Ten Zen Principles of Good Motorcycle Riding Habits,” which provide meaningful advice for new and experienced motorcycle riders.
Our favorite hot weather riding tips we learned on Route 66 that help keep you on the road safely when temperatures heat up.