Flat track racing is awesome, affordable and accessible. But, this Saturday in Ventura, California, it’s going to be more awesome, affordable and accessible than usual. Iron and Resin is organizing a true Run Whatcha’ Brung class at Ventura Raceway, that’s … Continued
Motorcycles are probably the most exciting consumer good in the world. But, right now, they’re a hard sell. Races take place a long way from the cities where people live. The people that race are nothing like the people with … Continued
“You really shouldn’t be in the wilderness alone with no phone reception,” read the text from my not-a-girlfriend. But I didn’t get that until the next afternoon, back in Lone Pine, gassing up for the ride home. That’s because there … Continued
What happens when you take a Triumph Street Triple stunt bike, complete with cage and short gearing and fit it with knobbies? Good things happen. Very good things.
If the zombie apocalypse were upon us, the Suzuki DR650 is the kind of thing I’d steal to ride off into the hills. Its old-school steel frame construction and air-cooled single mean it’ll run forever, even if you beat it … Continued
What you can’t see in this photo is that Grant, aboard the KTM 990 Adventure, is actually flying past me on the Yamaha Super Tenere, through a water crossing. Nothing to do with the capability of either bike, just as … Continued
With a detuned, but still very light 350cc single housed in a hybrid steel/aluminum/plastic chassis, the KTM Freeride 350 promises to bring high-end dirt bike capability to a light, affordable, accessible package. Think of it as a cross between a … Continued