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August 2012

Roaring racebikes, peaceful woods

I went to see the MotoGP round at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, where 250-horsepower motorcycles approach 200mph, so naturally you might wonder why I’m showing a photo of Bambi in a 30mph zone. It’s mainly because I do MotoGP a little differently from most race fans.

One KZ idea: the coast-to-coast relay

There are certain common elements to the motorcycle stories I most enjoy writing: people motivated by their passion for riding to do interesting things, often overcoming an obstacle of some kind (and it really doesn’t matter whether that obstacle is self-imposed or not). Whether that’s building a custom bike, riding a tiddler non-strop around Lake […]