Motorcycling can be gritty and sometimes uncomfortable, but we love it because we are all motorcycle addicts!
Autumn Holley and Eric Trama met through an MSF Basic RiderCourse. Autumn was taking the licensing class with a friend, and Eric happened to be one of the coaches. But things didn’t happen right away.
My pedal bicycle had just been stolen from where I’d locked it while I was hanging out at a dive bar called the Zeitgeist, where Motorhead was in heavy rotation on the jukebox and MotoGP played Sundays on the TV, so maybe it was meant to be.
We eat, sleep, dream, talk, ride, live, and love motorcycles. I’m paraphrasing an old sticker that sums up my love of bikes.
By Eva Rupert Event planner, writer, adventure-seeker, and MSF DirtBike School Coach I took my first motorcycle camping trip in New England nearly 20 years ago, a few months after getting my license and decades before I had any idea that adventure riding was even a thing. I never grew up around motorcycles and, in my […]
From a very early age, I was always fascinated by anything with wheels, mostly cars. But as I approached my middle teens, I learned that a motorcycle was not only fun, but could be ridden legally at age 15 with a learner’s permit.
Quinton Washington, a videographer and producer based in Los Angeles, found that motorcycling has given him another outlet in which to be creative.
At some point, I think every rider is asked by someone how they got into riding. My answer lives somewhere between wanting to be a fighter jet pilot and being awestruck by the absolute coolness of the “motorcycles” in the movie “Tron.”
Half your car friends end up being bike nuts. The other half think the whole idea is nuts.
I first became aware of the Motorcycle Safety Foundation in late 1989 – not by choice, but by order.