BEST MOTORCYCLE ROADS REVIEWS & VIDEOS

My goal is to deliver amazing road reviews of Washington, Oregon and California. Not only showing the route maps and a photo or two, but good quality video as well so you will have a great idea what the road is actually like to ride.

Roads by State: 
Washington | Oregon | California

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Motorcycle Road Reviews and Wrideups

Chasing the sun in Hood River, OR

By Chris | May 5, 2017

DAY 1  Tacoma, WA to Hood River, OR The weather report was two days of 80+ weather in Hood River and mid 70’s at home with rain forcast for later tomorrow….so I took off. Taking a quick break at McDonalds to check in with my email to see if any customers needed me to jump…

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April Ride to Oregon and Back – A Photo Essay

By Chris | April 22, 2017
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March 19-20th Delameter Rd / Timber Rd

By Chris | March 21, 2017
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Jan 15th Winter Ride Kawasaki Versys

By Chris | January 15, 2017

Looking ahead at the upcoming weather I decided that if it was dry I just needed to get out for a ride. This post is to record some images from what turned out to be a really nice little ride including a frozen lake, as well as, to encourage others to get out and ride…

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Fall Riding on my Kawasaki Versys 650

By Chris | October 23, 2016

The Pacific Northwest offers up a large variety of riding seasons and if you’re prepared for it and have the right attitude it can make for some amazing days in the saddle. At the end of summer the leafy trees begin to lose their chlorofil an along with it the return to the actual color…

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Kawasaki Versys 650 First 2 Day Ride

By Chris | October 16, 2016

Drinking the Kool-Aid Ok, let me get this out of the way…I LOVE my Kawasaki Versys 650. I can totally see why all the reviewers say such good things about this bike….but let me start at the beginning. Background It’s important to know the context from where the reviewer is coming. I won’t go over…

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Changing of the Guard (Kawasaki Versys for BMW Rockster)

By Chris | October 3, 2016

Well, it’s happened again… I sold my BMW Rockster and picked up something new; a 2015 Kawasaki Versys 650 ABS LT. I met with the guy at a friend’s local motorcycle repair shop (Streetscenes Moto Garage) and got come help loading it into the back of his pickup truck. Wait, didn’t you just get it?…

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2 Day Trip Hood River Canyon Road and Wind River Road

By Chris | August 6, 2016

Introduction I had two days free before some bad weather was due to roll in as well as the upcoming short road trip I am planning with sexy wife. The quickly formed; ride somewhere, spend the night and ride back. In an effort to pack in as many good roads as possible, I decided to…

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Three Day Ride Omak-Grand Coulee Dam-Republic

By Chris | July 23, 2016

Just needed to get away The weather around home lately has been overcast and the temperature has been up and down so much I have no idea what to wear on any given day. So I started to look up weather reports. Day 1 Tacoma to Omak, WA I chose to head north to ride…

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Triumph Bonneville Shocks Review (Tec Shocks)

By Chris | June 12, 2016

BACKGROUND I, like a lot of people want to improve the ride quality of my Triumph Bonneville. In my case it’s the Mag wheeled SE model from 2011. The stock shocks aren’t completely horrible and you can have a pretty good time riding it as is. They seem to handle faster/harder riding pretty well, but…

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How to make a great motorcycle video...without much effort.

I've put together some thoughts and examples about how anyone can improve their motorcycle movies.

There are many ways to improve a video from being mediocre to something really good or even great. It does not take a degree from film school or top of the line equipment just a little bit of creativity...and not even that much.

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