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5 tips to avoid dehydration this motorcycle riding season

Some of the hottest days of summer are at the end of the season right before fall. Still, there’s plenty of time for a long road tour or ride to a distant motorcycle rally. Even if you stay close to home, you can spend many hours riding. Racking up all of those miles in the sun does present some safety challenges—namely dehydration. There are ways...

5 Steps To Follow After A Car Accident

No matter how diligently you drive, car accidents are sometimes unavoidable. It is important to know about the following steps to take in case you are involved in a crash. Step 1: Check Yourself & Your Passengers For Injuries If you are injured, call 911, or asked someone else to do so if you are unable. If you have passengers in your vehicle, check to...

7 of the best motorcycle rides in the Northeast

You’ve heard the expression, “You can’t get there from here.” Well, that doesn’t apply if you ride a motorcycle. There are plenty of great places you can get to in New England. From the rocky coast of Maine to the shores of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, and inland up into the mountains, this region offers some great motorcycling adventures. For the purposes of this list, we’ve...

Enjoy a scenic ride through Cape Cod, with its rich history and natural beauty

Cape Cod was formed at the end of the last ice age as the continental ice sheet receded. This was the furthest south the last glacier reached in southeastern New England. The combination of earth left behind and the outwash from the receding glacier melt formed the landmass of the peninsula. As the glacier retreated, it left large blocks of ice embedded in the outwash...

A motorcycle ride in New Hampshire takes you to a place that was once little more than two dead-end roads

The Kancamagus Highway connects the towns of Lincoln and Conway, New Hampshire, and traverses the beautiful White Mountain National Forest. Located in the northern part of the state, this picturesque two-lane highway provides access to a recreation area of unspoiled natural splendor. Called the “Kanc” by locals, the road covers 34 miles and follows the course of the Swift River part of the way. It...