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Tag Archives: Triumph Motorcycles
Triumph Scrambler Project: Stage 4 Upgrades
Somewhere in late 2020, I started writing this update on the status of Rosie the Scrambler and it “got lost in the move”. At any rate, a buddy of mine asked me the other day if I planned on posting something that covered all the stuff I’ve done to the Scrambler since I’ve had it. As I’m publishing a library of “scrammy knowledge” here on the blog, it seemed fitting to post that update here first. Continue reading
Posted in Bikes Tagged Adventure, Bikes, Motorcycle, Project Motorcycle, Spiegler Brake Lines, Triumph Motorcycles, Triumph Scrambler 4 Comments
Ride 1000 miles in 24 hours: Why Would Anyone Do That?
With the mercury hovering in the mid-sixties, my teeth chattered in my helmet as I watched the damp fog rise out of the cornfields and waft onto the highway. The morning sun finally started to emerge above the tree line as … Continue reading
What’s Your All-Time Favorite Bike and Why ?
I ran into a couple of friends at the local BMW dealer the other day (they’re kind of a big deal). We started talking shop when Liz hits me with “What’s your all-time favorite bike and why?” Me, a guy … Continue reading
Posted in Bikes, Opinion Tagged Honda CRF250L, KTM, KTM 790 Adventure, Moto Guzzi, Moto Guzzi V85TT, Motorcycle, Triumph Motorcycles, Triumph Scrambler, Yamaha FZ-07 9 Comments
Ride Your Motorcycle Everyday: The Aftermath
“Ultimately, you end up with a plaque and a busted bike” Immortal words spoken by a close friend, a rider I respect and look up to. He told me that in response to my eagerness to ride more miles than … Continue reading
Posted in Opinion Tagged Life Lessons, Maintenance, Motorcycle, Motorcycle Journey, Triumph Motorcycles, Triumph Scrambler 11 Comments
What is the Future of Motorcycling?
Over the holidays I spent a lot of time thinking about the future of Moto Adventurer and where the blog, and subsequent social media outlets, are going from here. A lot of folks have asked if I was going to … Continue reading
Posted in Opinion Tagged Harley Davidson, Millennial, Motorcycle, Triumph Motorcycles 6 Comments
Bonneville to Scrambler in 145 Easy Steps: Part 2 (of 3).
If you’re a regular follower of this blog you may have read Part 1 of this trilogy, and if you’re not, I recommend you go back and read that before continuing here. The main reason for that request is the … Continue reading
Posted in Bikes Tagged Motorcycle, Project, Scrambler, Triumph Bonneville, Triumph Motorcycles 1 Comment
6 Reasons to Attend The Dragon Raid
The week after Labor Day will be here before we know it; for longtime Moto Adventurer followers, you know that’s my annual week-long vacation to Deal’s Gap for The Dragon Raid motorcycle rally. This year I’m hoping to see some … Continue reading
Posted in Events & Rides Tagged Adventure, Dragon Raid, dual sport, Motorcycle, Triumph Motorcycles, Triumph Scrambler 1 Comment
Triumph Scrambler Project: Off-road Rally Planning
Per my recent comments about plans for 2018, I am chomping at the bit to take off-road riding up another notch next year. I full well expected to spend more time in Shawnee State Forest and Red River Gorge this … Continue reading
Posted in Bikes Tagged Motorcycle, Project, Scrambler, Triumph Motorcycles, Triumph Scrambler 12 Comments
2017 Triumph Street Scrambler Review: Rivaling its Predecessor
It goes without saying I’m a member of a handful of Scrambler related social media groups (among other ADV circles). A couple weeks ago I caught a thread from a guy looking to establish the differences between Triumph’s new Street … Continue reading
Posted in Bikes Tagged Joe's Cycle Shop, Motorcycle, Motorcycle Review, Street Scrambler, Triumph Motorcycles, Triumph Scrambler 2 Comments
What is the Perfect Motorcycle Ride?
Last weekend I rolled up to Ada, Ohio (think cornfields… lots of cornfields…), for the Run 4 Your Life (R4YL) ride. That event took me from Ada, over to Coshocton County (OH) and then on to Fayetteville, West Virginia. I … Continue reading