I was a member of WIMA when I lived in France, Stuttgart, and then Amsterdam. The Dutch chapter is particularly active. We joked that their tagline should be WIMA Netherlands: Bikes on Dikes.
Here’s the adventurous tale of two women traveling from London to Cape Town, overland by motorcycle and sidecar, pulling a trailer. The trip took place in 1934-35, before there were roads. They had no back-up, and no compass!
For a world-traveling lawyer, artist Scott Chester is painting a Harley-Davidson Sportster the color of antique parchment and covering it with maps of places the lawyer has visited, including Myanmar and Machu Picchu.
The Economist Magazine is one of my favorite travel magazines because it covers countries and issues that one never hears about in the US-based media, and it provides a clear idea of how the US is viewed by other earth dwellers.
SisterCycle: A woman’s perspective of the motorcycling world: Issue 5 contains an interview (SisterCycle’s Susan Barber interviewed me about my motorcycling career), an article about solo touring in Italy, and a piece on motorcycle camping gear and recommendations for Europe. This is a print only magazine, and a great addition to the growing collection of […]