What's Inside - Asphalt & Dirt

Asphalt & Dirt -- Life on Two Wheels the book is now available at Road Dog Publications, and at Amazon for Kindle and Barnes and Noble for Nook.
When Fashion Meets Motorcycles

When Fashion Meets Motorcycles

It was only a matter of time before fashionable gear for women started gaining some traction. Well over a year ago, we interviewed Ginger Damon of Gigi Montrose and Arlene Battishill of GoGoGear. Both of whom decided enough was enough when it came to trying to fit a...

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Routes and trails

Old restaurant sign

Blue Mountain Bistro – Ft. Davis, TX

Blue Mountain Bistro – Ft. Davis, TX

If you find yourself riding the Big Bend Road featured in a previous Routes & Trails, you'll either start or end in Ft. Davis. Consequently, you'll be looking for something to fill your piehole to get the day going or to end the day after taking in the 150 mile...

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Gear & Such
Asphalt & Dirt – Life on Two Wheels

Asphalt & Dirt – Life on Two Wheels

It took over two years to collect 50 stories about different riders from around the US, Canada, Great Britain and, yes, even New Zealand. All of them are now available in one great collection -- Asphalt & Dirt -- Life on Two Wheels. For those who may be new to...

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Favorie Bikes
Scrambler Classic by Ducati

Scrambler Classic by Ducati

Long before there were big two and three cylinder dual sport bikes, there were scramblers. They gained a sort of mythical status at the hands of people like Steve McQueen who rode them in a way that seemed to make them indestructible. (They weren’t.) Various...

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Shop talk
Top 10 Maintenance Tips

Top 10 Maintenance Tips

It's getting close to Spring and that means more riding, which means the need for more maintenance. But let's face it, we all get lazy when it comes to that. BIG MISTAKE! There's a reason your owner's manual tells you about proper settings, fluid levels, etc. A few...

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WTF
WTF! Road Dog

WTF! Road Dog

The Road Dog is one of the more infamous bikes ever made due to its over the top length and just overall crazy assness. There's no way this thing isn't going to get some attention. Here's a bit from Wikipedia about it and the builder: The bike was built by "Wild Bill"...

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