Episode 6: San Juan Capistrano to Ortega Lookout, Part 2
In this ride, we’ll be experiencing more of the Ortega highway, especially mountainous areas with lots of curves and changing elevations. This fun ride ends at the Lookout Roadhouse, which has an overlook toward Palm Springs and Lake Elsinore.
Episode 5: San Juan Capistrano to Ortega Lookout, Part 1
In this ride, we’ll be enjoying Ortega highway, a rural two-lane highway in the mountains of the Cleveland National Forest. This smooth, curvy road is itself one of the most popular motorcyclist destinations in Southern California.
Episode 4: Dana Point to San Juan Capistrano
In this ride, we will be experiencing several situations related to light suburban riding and multiple lane roadways. We’ll be interacting with a variety of other highway users.
Episode 3: Top-of-the-World to Dana Point
In this ride, we will be experiencing steeper grades and suburban roadways with lots of scenic places that could be cause for distraction, both for us and for others.
Episode 2: Laguna Beach to Top-of-the-World
In this segment, we’ll be riding from a congested business/residential area to a scenic view above Laguna Beach called Top-of-the-World.
Episode 1: MSF Office to Laguna Beach
This ride will take us from the MSF offices in Irvine, CA to beautiful Laguna Beach. It includes several intersections and stretches of rural highways, both one- and two-lane roadways.
The Scam That Sparked an Obsession
Corey Seymour enters the world of motorcycling as the unwitting victim of what, in retrospect, was a kind of scam.
From a 20-Mile Commute to a 3,200-Mile Trip Across America
Andria Yu likes to try to make everything she does fun, including the dull 20-mile commute to work at the newspaper. The solution: get a motorcycle! She can save fuel and have an exhilarating commute.
How I Rediscovered Wonder at the World Through Motorcycling
Michael Frank rediscovers motorcycling and gets closer to friends and nature with every thrilling bike ride.
Parents, Youngsters & Off-Highway Motorcycles
Riding Off-Highway Motorcycles (OHMs) can be an enjoyable form of outdoor recreation when done properly. With preparation, practice, and parental supervision your youngster can safely develop and expand his or her riding skills. Remember, off-highway motorcycles are not toys.