Women Riders … Now! This Saturday, May 7th, women riders in over 120 countries will rev up for the 16th annual International Female Ride Day (IFRD), celebrating the presence and growth of women in motorsports—all […]
We all want to mount up on two wheels, feel the wind in our face, and enjoy the open air around us. We also want to have a safe ride. To help you have fun on your motorcycle and feel safe while doing it, here are five of the top hazards all motorcycle riders should be on the lookout for while traveling out on the road.
The Brake Free helmet light shines—quite literally—by making it easier for drivers to see us. And it does it well.
Getting Started Riding Motorcycles is available now on Amazon.com, Amazon.ca, or at the author’s web site, AlisaClickenger.com.
WomenRidersNow.com (WRN), SeeMe Beauty, and ADVWoman take a journey of discovery and dirt when 20 women aged 45–67 veer outside their comfort zone for two 7-day off-road motorcycle tours in the beautiful Colorado Backcountry.
Over And Out (OAO) events include 3 days of off-road riding, camping, and lots of fun bonding with women riders in a private setting. OAO is for women who ride, or who want to learn to ride dirt bikes, enduro, motocross, dual sport, and more. Read about how Maggie McNally became a better dirt rider while making memories with new riding buddies at OAO 2020.
Motorcycling offers one of the best ways to get out and enjoy the outdoors while staying safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. But there are still plenty of extra precautions we need to consider before heading out on two wheels.
To share the passion about motorcycles and teach new riders to learn how to ride safely, Triumph has partnered with the Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) to make the MSF Basic eCourse available free of charge to prospective new riders or former riders interested in riding again.
WRN reader Madison Traviss bought a BMW G 310 R recently, but with the pandemic there were no events to ride to. So she got creative and enrolled in a course to learn to ride off-road—with her motorcycling dad by her side.
With so many motorcycle training sites shut down or classes postponed due to COVID-19 fears, Harley-Davidson is rolling out two new programs that aims to train new riders safely and successfully. Select Harley-Davidson dealers are offering small group training and personal one-on-one coaching that makes learning to ride more personalized.