Every month I do a podcast on all things Adventuring Biking on Adventure Rider Radio RAW
For over 20 years, we’ve been helping people just like you to achieve their dreams of travel to faraway places, not on a packaged tour but overland, with their own vehicle. We hope to create an addiction to travel that will never end. It all starts here…
If adventure and touring motorcycles do it for you, sign up and swing on over to the forum and say hi.
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The Ted Simon Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in Northern California.
We believe that all adventure travellers have it in them to be reporters of truth in the world, and we want to encourage them to broadcast that truth by whatever means may be appropriate.
The words we live by are Exploration, Comprehension and Communication.
Our ultimate aim is to promote understanding, reduce tension and to favour the chances of peace between our many cultures.
Wanting to do something completely different, Sam Manicom learned to ride a motorcycle and within three months he’d set off to ride the length of Africa. This one-year trip turned into an eight-year epic across 55 countries.
Since 1996 Sam has been writing for Motorcycle Sport and Leisure, Adventure Bike Rider, Adventure Motorcycle Magazine, Overland Magazine, Motorcycle Voyager, The Riders Digest, Motorcycle Monthly, Motorcycle News, Road Rider and various other motorcycle magazines and newspapers around the world.
Adventure Motorcycle Magazine is for readers and riders who wish to point themselves towards a different tomorrow. As creators of our own futures, adversity is an opportunity to expand ourselves while we inspire – and are inspired by – those around us who have taken the risks and often unavoidable blows that come with being the pioneers of any field or endeavor.
Whether hitting distant dirt trails or getting lost in far away lands, we seek other places, times and landscapes to find ourselves in stark contrast to the usual surroundings. Overly familiar office cubicles, shopping malls, computer screens and sometimes even our own homes, can become right-angled eyesores empelling us evermore into the great unknown. Like our motorcycles, we come in all shapes, sizes and colors but have one common goal – to explore the world and, therefore, ourselves.
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Welcome to Adventure Rider Radio – the adventure travel motorcycle podcast. Listen to respected travellers and industry pros talk about travel, tech tips and all about motorcycle
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In every issue of OVERLAND, you’ll find motorcycle travel stories from around the world and around the UK, because whether it’s six days or six months, there is nothing like loading up the panniers and just riding. Let us inspire you to get out there and enjoy the sights, sounds and smells for yourself.
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Adventure Bike Rider is a new magazine but we’ve also been publishing Adventure Travel magazine for the past 15 years. As the founding editor I’ve been lucky enough to travel the world and engage with its wild places (hiking, climbing, cycling and paddling) and been able to call it work. But, I’ve still to travel to most of those places on my motorcycle and it’s the thought of doing that which keeps my passion for two wheeled propulsion high. I might end up living my dreams, maybe not, but as long as I believe I’m going to do it and enjoy my riding along the way, that’ll do me.