I know I’ve been quiet lately but I have a good excuse…really! I finally finished the print version of the American Borders travelogue, and it’s launching this month with a few events, starting with a reading in San Francisco, then a motorcycle show in Chicago, then the SF Writer’s Conference, then a motorcycle show in […]
This post from 2000 is, obviously, quite old. I no longer recommend blogging platforms like Typepad, you should get your own WordPress site and blog. I started blogging for GNN in 1995, which was bought later that year by AOL. We used FTP and HTML, of course. My American Borders dispatches were “realtime reports from […]
I’m on my way to Milan today to pick up the Breva 750 IE at Moto Guzzi in Mandello del Lario to begin my ride around the Adriatic Sea. I’ll be sending dispatches to the Motorcycle Misadventures: Around the Adriatic website where I’ve already posted quite a bit about the countries I’ll be riding through […]
The Russian motorcycle, as predicted, strenuously objected to the heat and the pace of American back roads, and demonstrated her unhappiness by breaking down every few hundred miles for the 4000 miles and four months of my trip.
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 […]