A Baja Mexico dirtbiking tradition Mike’s Sky Ranch is a mecca of motorsport, a stop point on the Baja 1000 and a hangout with one challenging driveway. While it seems like ours are the first Honda Varadero’s to reach Mike’s, the question remains will they make it back out? A bent rim brings us to a halt, and begs the next question, “Is this repairable?”
Joe & Flora Lloyd leave the Yukon to head down the Alaskan Highway to Mile “0” in Dawson Creek. Along the way they stop in picturesque Muncho Lake, and the packed to the rafters Fort Nelson Museum. They conclude where so much of the Northern regions’ modern history began, in Dawson Creek.
The OneWheelDrive.Net team has faced the Dempster when it’s wet and cold, but now we’re confronted by something we’ve never contemplated. The Dempster on a gorgeous fall day in August when everything goes right. Join us for the conclusion of Dempster: Road to the Arctic.
Joe & Flora Lloyd begin the first stretch of their reconnecting journey on Canada’s mainland. Starting their push north they follow the gold rush trail, ghost towns, and eventually one of BC’s oldest european settlements. This episode of RWC sees the duo exploring some of BC’s excellent historical venues.
Joe & Flora Lloyd start their journey across Canada on Vancouver Island. Joined by the crew of OneWheelDrive, the Lloyds do quick exploration and enjoy the Vancouver Island weather. From ferry rides, to mazes, surf beaches, and rain forests Vancouver Island is the perfect place for the Curbsyde crew to get their feet wet.
In this quick second video from the Baja:Tropic of Cancer series; the guys from OneWheelDrive.Net have made it across the border. So what’s the first stop in the town of Tijuana that CNN has dubbed a “warzone”? Lunch of course.
OneWheelDrive.Net’s Neil Johnston and Kevin Miklossy are armed with two Honda Varaderos, so the obvious question is where to take them? Honda’s saying the bikes are meant for adventure, so the proof will be in the pudding as we aim for Mexico’s Baja and the Tropic of Cancer.
The Klim Adventure Rally Suit is the off-road and snowmobile gear manufacturer’s first foray into a serious adventure rider’s suit. The jacket and pants boast a feature list longer than some modern cars, and some of the highest tech materials we’ve seen here on OWD.
A short ride out of Stewart and you encounter one of the most jaw dropping landscapes the Province of British Columbia has to offer – the Salmon Glacier. Undoubtably, this is a destination worthy of member of OneWheelDrive.Net’s Great Roads collection.
OneWheelDrive.Net’s Flora Lloyd interviews ’round the world traveler Rene Cormier about his over five year motorcycle adventure around the world and his book The University of Gravel Roads. At the Kelowna, BC stop of his cross Canada talk tour of BMW dealerships.
Tom Parker, presents a 11-minute video documentary on how the tiny Honda CB160s became a big racing phenomenon in the Pacific Northwest.
OneWheelDrive.Net rides the Top of the World Highway: Running between Dawson, Yukon and Poker, Alaska (the north-most land border crossing in North America) the Top of the World Highway is a blend of fabulous riding, sweeping and expansive views and history. This is a must visit destination road for anyone traveling the Yukon or Alaska.