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Motorwolf Fall Run 2017 | #RIDEFARFORPR

    Good people riding far for a good cause It was a perfect Fall day, last Saturday October 28th, to host our first Motorwolf group ride and after party.   Even better, it was all for a good cause, to raise money for United for Puerto Rico and help our fellow Americans who were affected by the recent Hurricanes. We arrived at Astoria Park in Queens, under the Hell Gate Bridge around 10am.  As we finished setting up the sign-in table and refreshments, the familiar rumble of engines started making their way towards us.   The group of riders could not have been more diverse yet the connections were instant.   Conversations ranged from motorcycles to favorite rides, music to family, and...

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1 Down 5 Up: An interview with Tyler S. Popinov

A Motorwolf conversation with Lords of Gastown co-founder, owner, and mastermind of the Vancouver motorcycle scene badassery. Enjoy! Tyler S. Popinov Instagram: @lordsofgastownwww.lordsofgastown.com One Down: MW:  Why you ride? Tyler:  For me it’s been about freedom and healing. Riding is really a type of meditation and a healthy form of escapism. I have Crohn's disease and was stuck in bed for the better part of 4 years around age 27.  I was consumed by day dreams of riding motorcycles and playing music.   Neutral: MW:  Beer or Whiskey? Brands?Tyler:  Both.  Coors, Banquette, 805, Tecate, Irish - Jameson, Rye - Crown Royal, Bourbon - Bullet, mostly any Glen will do for Scotch MW:  What was on your playlist during your last ride?Tyler:  I almost never...

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Three Tips for Trips - No.1

A new blog series discussing practical information from what we have learned on our rides. We do not pretend to make this a guide on what or how you should do things on your travels.  We are simply sharing our experiences on a range of motorcycle touring topics and how we dealt with them. We hope these tips will come in handy for you on your future tours.   1. Find your Daily Riding Average (DRA) I have seen many motorcyclists take on long distance rides with no, or very little, planning on the daily mileage. For the most part, long distance riding and motorcycle touring is not a race (though there are fun competitions like the "Iron Butt", "Hoka Hey", and the...

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1 Down 5 Up: An interview with Leo McElrath IV

We are excited to launch a new blog series called 1 Down 5 Up which will feature profiles on great riders from around the globe, going the long mile and supporting the pack. We are going to ask the same 7 questions (1 down/neutral/5 up) to all interviewees on a flash interview format. The aim is to get different points of the views, experiences, and tips on riding to share with all of you fine readers.  We hope you enjoy! ---------- Leo McElrath IV Instagram: lm4photoYouTube Channel: LM4 Photo One Down MW: Why you ride?Leo: I initially started riding as an economical way to get to and from work and to save gas. Once I really learned to ride I started to...

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Documenting your ride

  There are many reasons why people keep some sort of record of their travels. For most of us it is a way to save memories, to network with others, and to keep in touch with family and friends. There are others who document their rides for work, to share their experiences with the world, for learning and educational purposes, or to raise awareness for a cause. The list goes on. For me, I fall a bit in between all of the above. I like to document my motorcycle rides to serve as a personal collection of memories from all the places I have traveled. I also believe it is a fun way to practice my love for photography and...

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