Category Archives: Road Trips

Population 201

From a one-night stop in Coulterville, California, back in 2015. After riding for a couple of days around Yosemite, I headed to the coast and found this cozy tiny settlement almost by chance. It was a mining town when founded in the mid-1800s and is now a California Historical Landmark with a population of 201...

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Light and shadows

Light and shadows playing games at an abandoned gas station. The yellow pump caught my attention and made me stop while riding by an otherwise dull stretch of the road. October 2018, near Lufkin, Texas.

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    A pause by the side of the road

    Stopping by the side of the road to admire the darkening skies – and to reflect whether I should keep going or decide to make it a day. I kept going, and the skies got darker. It made for a nice ride on empty roads and a lot of rain later in the day. Near...

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      The Badlands

      Near the Badlands, South Dakota. June 2013.

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        The Kebler Pass

        Yet another shot from the Kebler Pass in Colorado. I’ve been through this road quite a few times already, and each trip is beautiful and a completely different experience. This shot is from 2015, and the rain that hit the region just before I passed by made negotiating even little downhill slopes like the one...

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          Northwestern Mongolia

          Northwestern Mongolia, October of 2015. Definitely one of the very best motorcycle tours I’ve ever done, and a place that has been on the top of my ‘need-to-go-back’ list since that first time. It will happen; I just don’t know yet when.

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            Kebler Pass

            Fall in Colorado, on a side road by the fantastic Kebler Pass, near Crested Butte. I had to stop every few miles to pause and gratefully admire what was around me. Definitely a ride for the books… October 2018.

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              Learning lessons

              Some menacing skies on my first visit to Moab, back in 2013. This happened as I was leaving town, headed to Colorado. I chose to ride a deserted road and got caught on one of the worst storms I have ever faced while on two wheels. Lesson learned about when is the right time to...

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