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Kate Schade

Some folks are born to achieve, to see world s of possibilities laid out before them, system atically overcome obstacles, and achieve every goal with al most superhuman ability. Kate Schade, the founder of Kate’ s Real Food (KRF), is the epitome of such a description. A go-g etter, her company is changing the way we stay energized in the field by upping quality, sustainability, and expectation.

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Adventure Motorcycle (ADVMoto)
March - April 2022

Camp-Ucopia

A great meal can be a joy! Food is important fuel for our bodies. With the right nutrients we can ride to our max ability.

3 mins read
Adventure Motorcycle (ADVMoto)
March - April 2022

Leaner, Stronger & Looking Good

2021 Honda Crf300l & Crf300l Rally

7 mins read
Adventure Motorcycle (ADVMoto)
January - February 2022

Andrew Short, the Jack of All Trades

For the average person, one very successful career in a field is usually more than enough, let alone two.

5 mins read
Adventure Motorcycle (ADVMoto)
January - February 2022

Now and Then

The Dakar Rally is changing whether we like it or not

5 mins read
Adventure Motorcycle (ADVMoto)
January - February 2022

From Wearing a Cast to Racing Malle Moto

The Silk Way Rally is a 10-day rally marathon and a stage of the FIM Cross-Country Rallies World Championship.

8 mins read
Adventure Motorcycle (ADVMoto)
January - February 2022

To Dakar and Back

21 Days Across North Africa and Back

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Adventure Motorcycle (ADVMoto)
January - February 2022

DESERT ADVENTURE BIKE TRAINING

The Southwest desert is arguably one of the most uniquely scenic areas of the United States. Its vast majesty, laced with a network of roads of every kind, encompasses six states. These backcountry byways can take us to some amazingly beautiful and desolate destinations. The catch? They are mostly unpaved and many are technical, sandy, rutted, off-camber desert trails with stream crossings and frequently changing slopes. Wind and rain ensure that no two days will see the exact same conditions.

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Adventure Motorcycle (ADVMoto)
September - October 2021

PEACE, LOVE & NAMASTE

A Venture to the Top of the World

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Adventure Motorcycle (ADVMoto)
September - October 2021

WANNABE COWBOYS RIDE THE CONTINENTAL DIVIDE

It was our first visit to the U.S. While indulging in stale airline snacks in cattle class on our way to Texas from South Africa, we had a good laugh about all the contradicting and varied opinions of the U.S. we’d heard.

8 mins read
Adventure Motorcycle (ADVMoto)
September - October 2021

2021 DUCATI MULTISTRADA V4

In many ways, the Ducati Multistrada set the bar for sport touring motorcycles when the first model rolled out of the factory in 2003. And while either you loved the ’80s sci-fi aesthetic or hated it, it was a game changer.

7 mins read
Adventure Motorcycle (ADVMoto)
July - August 2021

LOST IN BAJA(Sort of)

Passing Rosarito Beach on Highw ay 1 is the moment stress melts away. The headache of crowded southern California interstates, the border crossing, and the packed streets of Tijuana (with Google navigating, of course) disappear when you finally see Baja’s western shore for the first time.

7 mins read
Adventure Motorcycle (ADVMoto)
July - August 2021

GET ME TO GONDAR!

JOURNEY THROUGH ETHIOPIA

7 mins read
Adventure Motorcycle (ADVMoto)
July - August 2021

TRIUMPH TIGER 900 RALLY PRO

Long-Term Bike Review

7 mins read
Adventure Motorcycle (ADVMoto)
July - August 2021

When the Road Ends Lost in the Pacific

A film by Dylan Wickrama Distribution and production: Ride2Explore Available from: Journeyman.tv/film/7775 | iTunes | Amazon Video | Video on Demand Fees: Rent – $5 | Buy – $8.50

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Adventure Motorcycle (ADVMoto)
July - August 2021

THE YOUNGEST TO TRAVEL AROUND THE WORLD? JACK GROVES

In the age of electronics, hyper-communications, and convenience, it’s untrue that the world’s youth have lost the taste for adventure. There will always be an element within the human spirit that demands and grows from new life experiences—an instinct as old as Mankind. And you don’t have to look far to find it.

9 mins read
Adventure Motorcycle (ADVMoto)
March - April 2021

Alpinestars Tech 7 Enduro Drystar

Motocross boots have evolved considerably over the last 20 years, but that hasn’t been the case in the ADV segment, and we often have to sacrifice proper protection for dry feet. Meet the new Alpinestars Tech 7 Drystar enduro boot. We’ve been waiting for a boot like this for quite some time and, to this day, it still boggles my mind that it took so long.

2 mins read
Adventure Motorcycle (ADVMoto)
March - April 2021

SLIDING FOR ADVENTURE

For the last 25 years I’ve been riding off road on everything from a 450cc lightweight to a heavily laden 1200cc adventure motorcycle. Although I was usually able to handle anything through rough terrain at slower speeds, I struggled at higher speeds on loose surfaces. And the biggest pucker moments occurred while approaching tight turns on gravel roads at high speed—barely navigating them safely.

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Adventure Motorcycle (ADVMoto)
March - April 2021

National Cycle VStream Sport Windscreen for Honda Africa Twin

There are many ways to improve motorcycle rider comfort, covering everything from bar risers to footpegs. Having done almost all of them, I decided to switch out my stock windscreen to see if it made a difference, especially on long trips.

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Adventure Motorcycle (ADVMoto)
March - April 2021

TIN CAN TO TIN CUP A LONG OVERDUE TRIP

Long before the modern U.S. highway system was built, with rest stops, 24-hour fuel, and every imaginable packaged food choice on hand, there were the “Tin Can Tourists,” the original American motorized overlanders. As early as the 1900s, these wanderers faced many of the same challenges we live with today. But life was far simpler for the Tin Can Tourist traveling dusty, rutted tracks in meagerly powered vehicles, camping off roadsides in canvas tents, and eating cans of beans over Sterno stoves. Fifteen months ago, we sold our house to join this rambling lifestyle.

5 mins read
Adventure Motorcycle (ADVMoto)
March - April 2021

R&R for an RN IN BRITISH COLUMBIA

A mid the chaos of the COVID-19 pandemic, I needed to find the quiet serenity that comes on two wheels. As a nurse educator in a trauma-based tertiary hospital, I’m deep in the trenches, responsible for disseminating information and implementing health regulations to frontline workers. Inundated with fear from global news, increasing numbers of the infected, lack of resources, and a palpable universal panic as the world began to shut down, I needed to be away from it all for a while.

6 mins read
Adventure Motorcycle (ADVMoto)
March - April 2021

RAM Tough-Charge X-Grip Waterproof Wireless Charging Motorcycle Mount

RAM Mounts were first introduced in 1995, and over the last 25 years their ball and socket system has become the most ubiquitous way to mount devices wherever you need them. Recently they increased functionality to include Qi wireless charging with the Tough-Charge line of mounts.

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Adventure Motorcycle (ADVMoto)
March - April 2021

Touratech Aventuro Traveller Carbon Helmet

Touratech has a long history of taking great helmets and adding their own features to make them stand apart. Their newest offering, the Aventuro Traveller Carbon, is no different. It’s built upon the Nexx X.Vilijord, a helmet not sold in North America but one that sits at the pinnacle of the Portuguese brand’s line-up. The Aventuro Traveller becomes its own with a full carbon shell, signature Touratech look, and easy accommodation for just about any communication system available.

2 mins read
Adventure Motorcycle (ADVMoto)
March - April 2021

HOW TO SURVIVE an Adventure Ride

I’m no expert endurance rider or a professional fitness instructor, but what I can do is ride my motorcycle continuously for five long days and feel physically content at the end of the trip. Okay, maybe after the celebratory beers, I might not feel as good on the morning of the sixth day, but at least my muscles will be relaxed. So, what can you do to prepare for an upcoming off-road adventure to stay strong, enjoy the ride and be able to dismount at the end of the day without calling friends over to pry you off your bike? Here are a few tips from personal experiences that will help you succeed.

4 mins read
Adventure Motorcycle (ADVMoto)
March - April 2021

2Up and Overloaded

Chicago to Panama

2 mins read
Adventure Motorcycle (ADVMoto)
March - April 2021

A Short Ride to The Middle Of Nowhere

Hagerman Pass, Co

5 mins read
Adventure Motorcycle (ADVMoto)
January - February 2021

ROYAL ENFIELD HIMALAYAN

A PRODUCT OF PASSION AND PERFORMANCE

9 mins read
Adventure Motorcycle (ADVMoto)
January - February 2021

READY-SET-GO ANZA-BORREGO!

FROM THE OCEAN TO THE DESERT ON A YAMAHA TW200

4 mins read
Adventure Motorcycle (ADVMoto)
January - February 2021

TALES OF KAZAKHSTAN ON TWO WHEELS

It’s noon in the blistering heat. I drop the bike again on the sand track over the Taukum Desert. After some cursing, I recall the warning voices of Marat, the owner of the rental bikes, and several others who told us not to come here. “Every time there’s trouble—people get lost, can’t find fuel, get hurt or break the bikes. Further, there are private hunting reserves in the area that can also cause headaches. It’s best not to go.”

6 mins read
Adventure Motorcycle (ADVMoto)
January - February 2021

LESSONS FROM LUIS THE MONEY LAUNDERER

What drives one to cross continents the hard way? Is this what Overlanding is about? That persistent feeling that we'll never be caught if nothing can catch us? The optimist in me sure hoped that was the case. And after riding a battered old KLR650 35,000km from Canada to the southern tip of South America I'm still unsure what the purpose or motivation was. Worthwhile? Absolutely. Why? No idea.

4 mins read
Adventure Motorcycle (ADVMoto)
January - February 2021

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