Nick has an interesting site. If you want to know "Why I Ride" and
other interesting subjects, like Riding in Groups, Hand Signals,
etc... you'll like this site.
Daniel Cohen's Motorcycling
Dan Cohen rides BMW's and rides them a long way. He has covered
all 48 states in 100 days and then did another trip to Alaska from
New York. In addition, he has Iron Butt aspirations and has a link
to Ron Ayers page and the National Park service for those who would
like to collect stamps on their rides. Interesting site with lots
Looking for an interesting place to eat while out there exploring
the open road. This site shows you some of the last Diners in the
US, by state. Fun site.
about Motorcycle Touring
A new site by Mark and Bobby Stevens. They are trying to capture
the adventure and fun of motorcycle touring and have a nice start.
Their site is growing and I think it has potential as well. They
also have some good links for motorcycle tourists.
GL1800 Owners Group
If you have questions about the GL 1800, you need to go to this
site. They have some small stories under "Trip Reports." Sections
on Message Boards, Group Events, Pictures, Classifieds, etc.
This site has more travel stories than you can shake a stick at.
From all over the world. If you've ever wondered what it was like
to ride almost anywhere, I'm sure you'll find someone who has gone
there on a motorcycle. This is the place they post their stories.
Touring stories with an edge. Muthuh rides a Harley Ultra Glide
out of NC, so his stories often include the Blue Ridge Parkway,
the Smokey Mountains, West Virginia, Daytona, the southeast in general,
with Sturgis thrown in for good measure. Lots of pictures, some
music, touring tips, etc. One of my favorite sites.
Motorcycle Touring WebPage
Another BMW rider with lots of good stories and pictures about some
long rides. Greg rides a GS 1100, which allows him to go damn near
Higdon's Home Page
Will Higdon's site, with journal about his trip from NC to WA and
back in 2000. Both he and he friend, Gordon Booth, rode GL1500's.
Will has taken the time to supply a link for most of the scenic
places he visited, as well as thumbnail pictures that link to the
larger version of the picture.
Another Will, but this one rides a Honda PC 800. He and fellow PC
rider Bob, ride the Four Corners ride, then Will does Alaska and
the Artic Circle, a Saddle Sore 1000, etc. He has an interesting
writing style and, of course, has pictures. I like the interplay
between Will and Bob on their 4 Corners ride.
Uni-Go Motorcycle Trailers
Here's a link for the single-wheel Uni-Go bike trailer. These things
are just the ticket for someone who needs more luggage space but
doesn't want to pull a"big" trailer behind their motor. Hitches
available for most popular touring and many sport bikes. You can
carry an additional 110 lbs. and it looks good to. Check it out.
This is my son's site. He helps you find all the discount codes,
promotions, rebates and such for the computer and electronics goodies
you want to buy so you can save some money. This site hasn't got
anything at all to do with motorcycles, but he's my son, it's my
web page, and you're bound to save a buck using his services, so
his site makes my favorites list.