Rubber on Road


A motorcycle blog sharing travels and adventures from all over the world. Our stories include the U.S., Canada, China, and Australia. Follow along the adventure and share your own. And remember to keep the paint side up and the rubber side down

The New Sportster 1200T – Acknowledgement The Sportster Can Be More Than Just A City Bike
by Bucko over 4 years ago
The Great Ride of China Video Teaser Just Released!
by Bucko over 4 years ago

Old Bikers with Young Hearts


Two retired seniors who enjoy the freedom of riding a motorcycle. Jim has ridden accross the U.S. while Bob has ridden from Missouri to Panama and another ride from Buenos Aires to Machu Picchu. Both love to smell the roses (swap jokes and stories with locals while taking blue highways. Jim Vest presently rides a Kawasaki KLR 650 (the same model that Bob took to Panama in '06), Bob presently rides a 650 Yahama Star. While Bob has owned Harleys and more recently at 1300 Honda. However, he found that the 9000+ miles traveling Latin America on 650cc bikes was quite enough machine for his needs. Any old bikers traveling thru Columbia, Missouri should look this pair up (try the Senior Activity Center).

Plans for Eastern Europe
by Bob Forsee over 3 years ago
Ride to Taos, New Mexico
by Bob Forsee almost 4 years ago



They say the world is a big place. An adventure motorcycle is a means to shrink it. Whether it’s a ride across town or across a continent, you can make every ride an adventure. The machines can be lightweight single cylinder, small displacement, single track charging carver or they can be big displacement, multi-cylinder, plush suspended luxury tourers. But they have one thing in common. They are the means to move your body and soul around the planet and bring you in contact with the other people of this Earth. You know that travelling in a cocoon of metal and glass in climate controlled, sounded deadened silence is a killer of the brotherhood of humankind. So you get out on two wheels and experience the world. You are out to experience and share the sights, sounds, temperatures and most importantly the people of this planet. And as you do so, it shrinks beneath your wheels and before your eyes. Ride2Adventure is dedicated to all who ride or dream of riding and sharing their lives and learning about the lives and experiences of others. Through this sharing, we will shrink what is perceived as a large ball of water and stone, to a smaller orb and community of human beings who share the Earth in harmony. Ride2Adventure – Shrink the planet one ride at a time.

Honda True Adventure (Africa Twin) Episode 6 – The Meeting Part 2
by Ride2Adventure almost 3 years ago
The Finish Line Is Just The Start – The Shakedown Cruise
by Ride2Adventure about 3 years ago

Bikes and Buddies


The website has tales ranging from setting a motorcycle on fire, to almost hitting a turkey that craps on the rider, to destroying a mini bike with the band members of Green Day.

Milk & Whisky
by Kevin over 4 years ago

Austrian Motorcycling


I live in Austria and am an enthusiastic motorcyclist. The blog is about my tours in the provinces of Salzburg, Carinthia and Tirol with sidesteps in to Germany and Italy.

A Bedford Biker


A young blogger and biker from Bedford writing about her motorcycling experiences, never ending opinions and events.

2013 - My Fifth Year at the Stella Alpina Rally
by Lizzie Lane almost 5 years ago

Road Captain USA


Jay and Diana Green give expert oppinions, entertaining stories and gobs of information relating to motorcyles for both men and women. This couple ride Harleys in the mid-Atlantic and love to write about it. Their blog is updated often and always fresh. Stop by to see what they're up to in the First State!

Scooter for Fun


Join me as I take you on a picture/word trip around Maine, and show you the joy of scootering just for fun.

by Mike Torr over 4 years ago

The Safe Rider


TheSafeRider is a motorcycle blog that focuses on safe riding, riding tips, gear reviews, and touring stories.

Bikers Society Magazine


All information to community of motorcycles enthusiats