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Alisa in “Fabulous at 50” magazine

Posted by on Aug 23, 2016 in Adventure Travel, California, USA | Comments Off on Alisa in “Fabulous at 50” magazine

I’m honored (and in good company!) in Dianna Bowes’ magazine “Fabulous at 50”. In the coming months I’ll be focusing on inspiring more women to ride, so for now it’s a prelude of things to come!

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Sisters’ Ride is over – what a ride!

Posted by on Jul 31, 2016 in Adventure Travel, USA | Comments Off on Sisters’ Ride is over – what a ride!

The Sisters’ Centennial Motorcycle Ride is now over, and it was a huge success! My main goal was achieved: Create community among female motorcycle riders and promote the heck out of our sport. Published in today’s LA Times: We even got a teaser on the front of the business section: I could not have done it without my amazing (all volunteer!) staff and the phenomenal women who signed up to take part in our history-making ride. I have learned SO MUCH about myself and my capabilities and I have to tell you how very good it felt to be “on target” with my life. I want more of that! I’ve always known motorcycling is an important part of my path, and with this event (which started out as a whim and mostly a bucket list item) I can see many more possibilities in my own life, which if the gift I wanted to give to the lady riders who joined us. Ironic that this event gave ME so much back in terms of finding my own direction. Thank you volunteers, thank you lady riders, thank you Universe! I am so very...

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The Sisters’ Ride starts tomorrow!

Posted by on Jul 2, 2016 in California | 1 comment

Well, the project I’ve been working on for the last two years is finally coming to fruition…The Sisters’ Centennial Motorcycle Ride. We’re taking a large group of women across the United States celebrating the 100th anniversary of Adeline and August Van Buren’s history -making ride, being the first women to each ride their own motorcycles across the USA.     See you in San...

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This and That: Renedian Adventures Spectacular Southwest Africa Tour pictures #1

Posted by on Nov 12, 2015 in Africa, Namibia | 1 comment

We started in Windhoek, Namibia, and for two weeks rode our motorcycles to Cape Town, South Africa. There were fourteen of us including Rene and Mike, our backup support driver. Leaving Windhoek: It was only about 50 miles before we turned on to this: which sometimes became this: We got some of this: Because we were this: Then we got to this: And this:   So I did this: And this is pretty cool: And then we did more of...

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Driving the Garden Route

Posted by on Oct 26, 2015 in Africa, South Africa | Comments Off on Driving the Garden Route

I am in South Africa “working” for Renedian Adventures, and scouting our Garden Route Tour hotels and route so I can speak intelligently about the tour at the upcomiong trade shows. So I started out from Cape Town, and my first stop was a farm stall. Big business down here, with fruits & veggies, but also souvenirs, knick-knacks, pre-prepared food, and the must-try boutique root beer. I’m crazy about root beer and had to try it!   They were...

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Reasons to love the airports in the UK

Posted by on Oct 25, 2015 in Motorcycle Vagabonding | Comments Off on Reasons to love the airports in the UK

I posted two entries last year about why international airports are so cool. Each airport is different, and you get to see a lot of things exclusive to a country, particularly their food. Now, there are more reasons to love airports, especially for those of us who tend to travel to them on our motorbikes. In the UK, motorcycle parking is much cheaper than if you were using a car. Some even offer free parking spaces for motorcycles, according to Parking4Less. If you don’t...

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Reasons to love LAX

Posted by on Oct 22, 2015 in Africa | Comments Off on Reasons to love LAX

Normally I don’t fly out of LAX, but it sure makes sense for international travel. Better rates and more direct flights. It was actually easy this time…perhaps because I arrived before 6 am! I had a fresh look at the airport, and it improved my trip. By the time I got to Atlanta I was more curious about airports and decided to look at the displays. Who knew that airports aren’t boring? There was a display on the Girl...

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