Zac gets his hands on the final release of Mondo Sahara, plus the soundtrack.
Larry reads Whitehorse Press’s latest guide to the northeast US.
Plus, as a bonus, we look at Lois Pryce’s first book as well.
OK, so they’re not really that old, but this week, we’re looking at Mondo Enduro and Terra Circa by Austin Vince.
Whitehorse Press published a book about riding through Kurylyk’s stomping grounds.
We’ve got a backlog of book reviews – travel tales, outlaw bikers, female empowerment – we’ve read it all!
If you ever wanted to ride the world but were too afraid (or daunted) to turn the first wheel, then Horizons Unlimited have made the DVD set for you!
Recently on vacation in the U.K., busybody Editor ‘Arris still got some work done. He watched TT3D: Closer to the Edge, a film about the 2010 IOMTT. Here’s his review.
The Devil Can Ride features text from some of the most famous
motorcycling scribes in history and some of the not so famous to boot.
With Jamie Leonard’s “Monster in the Barn” feature currently heading the CMG features list, it seems to be an appropriate time for a review of The Vincent in the Barn: Great Stories of Motorcycle Archaeology.