Overland travel is about the journey. Seeing the world, the wildlife, the scenery, while leaning about its history and experiencing its cultures is the goal. The roads may not always be paved and the trails can be challenging which is why a moto is an excellent means of transportation. Moto-Treks provides travel information for the Overland motorcycle traveler - Enjoy!

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Why We Ride

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I saw a file like this back in '71, On Any Sunday. I still remember watching that movie and how it insipred me to ride. Sign up for a showing or Why We Ride near you and bring your family and friends. Let's support those that make these good films on motos.

Continental Divide Ride

This summer I took my KTM 990 motorcycle the Continental Divide Ride, a 14 day 2,500 mile backcountry route that stretches from the Canadian/US border in Montana to the Mexican/US border in New Mexico. Along the way I crossed the continental divide 29 times.

Moto friends from Chile

Roberto y Daniella have traveled from Chile to the USA. They spend a day with us on their trip through the Pacific Northwest on their way to the East Coast. Follow their adventrue at America 2 Ruedas

Returned from riding the WABDR

I've just returned from riding the WABDR. What a great way to spend the week! More to come ...

New legs for the KTM 990

One of the projects this winter is to upgrade the suspension on the KTM 990. When I was talking to Jame Ranazco of Renazco Racing about his seats I mentioned that I wanted to upgrade my suspension to the "R" version to get another 2 inches of travel. The stock WP suspension isn't

isn't that bad as far as stock suspensions go. Most manufacturers built their  bikes for someone weighing around a 160 pound. Well, that's not me!

Arai Warranty

I've just returned from a week long motorcycle trip in which one of the top vents on my Arai XD4 helmet lost it's spring which keeps the vent open or closed.

I contacted Aria support and within minutes a new replacement vent was sent out. It's easy to replace too. Just pry the old one off and the new vent sticks on with double sided tape.

 

Thanks Arai!

CPR Rottweiler intake for the KTM 990 ADV

The CPR Rottweiler air filter had been sitting around on my workbench for too long and it seemed like I would never have time to install it. Then, my wife announced she was going to visit her mom over the 4th and that means I had free time. A quick call to 2 Wheel DynoWorks insured they could get me in for a visit so I started installing

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