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Adventure Journal — Travel

Adventure Bike Navigation For Beginners

Posted by Josh Shorley on

Electronic navigation can be an overwhelming topic that many of us have yet to master. And it’s fair to say that there are differing opinions to what works best. Navigation is a bit like choosing the right tire… some are better than others depending on your needs, price per unit can drastically vary, different brands/models have different features, etc. Let us break some things down for you, that should hopefully point you in the right direction, or at least some sort of direction. First things first, never underestimate the power of the good ‘ol paper map. Last year we spent...

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ADV Travel List and Tips

Posted by Josh Shorley on

Everyone feels that they need different gear on an adventure ride. Maybe your headed off the grid or maybe you're planning to chew up your tires on the highway.  I don't get much pleasure out of highway rides so I'll touch on off grid dual sport travel.  I'll leave the highway rides list to the Harley guys ;). Here is a list of gear that I've kept going over the years.  If you have any additions or suggestions let us know!   Pack light. Try to stick to gear that can be washed on the go and hung to dry.  Wool...

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New Wolfman Products for 2017

Posted by Josh Shorley on

It's a challenge to keep up with new products, so let us do it for you. Here's a list of brand new or maybe just redesigned products from Wolfman Luggage for 2017. Saddle Bags Pikes Peak Rapid Release Plate Enduro Dry   E-12 Enduro Bags Day Tripper   Tank Bags Rainier  Explorer Lite Blackhawk Enduro    Tail Bags  Beta Plus     

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Continental Divide-2012

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Back in 2012 (before I did any blogging) we traveled the Continental Divide from Southern Colorado to Canada.  I'd have to say it was a trip of a lifetime!  I'll let the video do the rest of the talking.

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Second Annual Arkansas Adventure Ride

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What should we ride this year?  Well last year Jerry showed us some dual-sport promotional material from Arkansas so we decided to start with that. Here is where it took us... First stop- Devils Den State Park.  We started down  I-49 to then slither across some smaller highways.  We stopped by Natural Dam just before we set our sights on cam and it was cool, but I sort of expected more...  After we took our selfies and posted on our favorite social media platform, we headed for camp.  We paid for our camping spot, hauled in our fire wood, scavenged for Bud Light,...

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