Moonshine, Rarebit & Vinegar Pie – Exploring Eastern Tennessee

I DOUBT YOU COULD FIND A serious motorcycle tourist, especially east of the Mississippi who hasn’t heard about or ridden “The Dragon.” Straddling the border between southeastern Tennessee and northwestern North Carolina, Hwy 129 is steeped in motorcycle lore and… Continue Reading


Three Awesome Indian Summer Motorcycle Road Trips


Before long Mother Nature will blow her frosty kisses on the landscape and in October the leaves will explode in a multitude of reds, oranges and golden yellows. That’s when the mountain roads get thick with tourists paying more attention… Continue Reading


It’s Dry Heat: Scenic Rides in AZ for this Summer

A motorcycle trip through Arizona, even in the heat of the summer, can be a wondrous experience. With some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world, many riders consider it a must-see destination. And for some people, whether due… Continue Reading


Historical Two-Wheeled Road Trips for 2013

Lonely Motorcycle on the Highway

Motorists aren’t fully experiencing the scenic vistas of the world behind a pane of glass. To fully enjoy the idiosyncratic terrain and climates of earth, one must ride by motorcycle. You’d be doing a disservice to the following routes by… Continue Reading


A Trip Through Georgia’s History


What You Will See On This Trip:  Civil War Prisoner of War site, Railroad museums, authentic 1850’s village, canyon views, hometown of a former President and the airport where Lindbergh made his first solo flight. Excerpted from the book, Motorcycle Journey’s… Continue Reading



Harry had been wanting to go to the Jack Daniels Distillery in Lynchburg, Tn, for a long time. So, a few years ago, a group of  ten or more had everything arranged to ride up on an overnight trip, but… Continue Reading


The Ride Across America Part 1

Hey, scooter trash, it’s time to saddle up! Summer is coming at us fast and it’s time to start thinking about a long sweet ride. I have a great story to tell you about a journey from South Carolina to… Continue Reading


My First time Riding the PCH

By: Bob “Steel Cowboy” Lawson I had arrived at LAX Airport Friday November 28th at around 4:30 pm.   By the time I got my luggage and caught the shuttle to La Quinta Inn, it was 5:45.  After checking in,… Continue Reading


Chasing The Colors Through New England

The rain pelted the ballistic nylon outer shell on my 2 year old Victory Platinum jacket as I eased off the throttle of the Harley-Davidson Electra Glide loaner bike and swiveled my head backwards so my eyes could confirm what… Continue Reading


Riding The Pony Express Route

By John Turner April 2010 marked the 150th anniversary of the start of the historic Pony Express. Few episodes in American history and early U.S. settlement are as widely known about as The Pony Express. Perhaps that knowledge is not… Continue Reading