BThere is rarely a weekend in Colorado’s riding season that riders don’t ride for a good charity or cause. Motorcycle riders have always been the go-to group when a charity needs assistance. At the same time, our community also suffers an epidemic of … Read Full Article about 6th Annual Look Twice Save a Life
Motorcycle riders are a group of people that seem to have more friends suffer tragedy than just about any other group of friends. I am reminded this month of May, that it is Motorcycle Awareness Month. I decided this issue that I wanted to tell … Read Full Article about Rider’s Road to Recovery
I have met a lot of remarkable people in my life, but right now I stand in awe of Dean Gary, founder and organizer of Freedom Fest, an event that celebrates the men and women who serve in our country’s military forces. … Read Full Article about Freedom Fest: Behind the Scenes
Are you prepared in the event of a motorcycle accident?
As a rider who has rode for many years, I have seen my share of friends having accidents. In April, I decided to attend an Accident Scene Management class hosted by BikerDown and Rider … Read Full Article about Accident Scene Management Class
When I heard that local Colorado women riders were determined to be in the Guinness Book of World Records in 2019 for having the most women riders on one ride, I had to meet the person behind this vision. Susan Udero talked to me about her … Read Full Article about Women’s World Record Attempt
By: Laurie Montoya, Publisher
Laurie Montoya, Publisher
There are months that you are glad they are behind you, and for me March 2019 came in with a bang! We had a record snow blizzard, record cold temperatures and you just weren’t sure whether to light … Read Full Article about April Showers
Everyone who rides a motorcycle on our roads should be prepared with some basic supplies in case they ever become injured or stranded. But, while it’s easy to pack a bunch of first aid supplies and emergency gear into a car, bikers have to … Read Full Article about How to Build a Motorcycle First Aid Kit
It is a well-known fact that the general public doesn’t watch for motorcycles no matter how many billboards CDOT puts up or lighted signs that are only up a few days in May or in August during Sturgis. It is a well-known fact that most motorcycle accidents … Read Full Article about 6th Annual Look Twice Save a Life
By: Russ Young, Whitehorse Ministry
Poverty is a deeply rooted issue. Generation after generation of families are stuck in the cycle of poverty, and don’t have a path to break the cycle. When young moms in poverty find themselves in crisis, they have no … Read Full Article about Mary’s Home – Ride the Dream Charity Run
Last month I covered hearing and tinnitus and the damage loud noises can have on your hearing.
This month, I had the pleasure of riding with Will and Marie Cornell last season. They are both deaf, and they love to ride. Will brought his other … Read Full Article about Deaf Motorcycle Riders
Cactus Jack’s Saloon in Evergreen has long been known as a riding staple in this community. There is nothing better than heading up thru Morrison and riding up Hwy 74, vote #2 best day tripping ride by Colorado Rider News. … Read Full Article about Cactus Jack’s Saloon
June 29th – Jeffco Fairgrounds
Queensrÿche • Extreme • Great White • Steel Heart • Vixen
and many more! Get your tickets now!
In 2015, The Dean Gary Team and Freedom Fest LLC ignited their passion towards our American Heroes and launched Freedom … Read Full Article about 4th Annual – Colorado Freedom Fest
By: Belt Drive Betty
If you are like most riders, there are places that you ride to that just melt your heart.
Either you love the ride to the place, or the people once you get there, the scenery, the customer service, the hospitality, … Read Full Article about Ride Canada