Shared from Indefinitely Wild
What are those crazy three-wheeled contraptions rolling around the Sochi Olympics opening ceremony? Why, nothing less than the result of technology sharing between Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union. The best part? You can still buy one brand-new today.
Well, this was better than a trip to the grocery store. This beauty took two days to bag, but it's fed me, my friends and Wiley for a little over a month. Parts of it even made the manliest Christmas gifts ever and even impressed the TSA.
Last weekend, Lara, Wiley and I found what's got to be the most beautiful car camping spot on god's green earth. If you have the ability to drive a car to Big Sur, read a map and cook over a fire, you can camp there too. Here's how.
Still using your trusty old MagLite? What if I was to tell you that I could put a flashlight on your keychain that's smaller, brighter, lasts longer, costs less and you'd never have to change the bulb? The flashlight world has changed, here's how you benefit.
Your original story about Wiley's car camping trip in the spring actually inspired me to get a dog of my own. My girlfriend and I had been on the fence about it for a while, but then I read your story and it totally made up my mind for me.
Jesus Wes, eat a sandwich. You're making us all look bad.
Over Labor Day weekend, I took Wiley and Lara backpacking into the High Sierras, crossing a 12,000-foot pass and camping in the shadow of 14,000-foot peaks.
Hi, I'm Wes. That's me teaching my puppy to drive in David La Chapelle's Rolls Royce, and I want to tell you about my new personal blog here on Kinja. I'll be using it to write about the stuff that interests me and the stuff that I do.
JohnPaul was minding his own business, commuting to work, when a cop stopped paying attention for a second and hit him from behind. Was the officer in question apologetic? Of course not. Here’s JohnPaul’s story in his own words. — Ed.
Since its launch in August, we’ve ridden the Honda NC700X on both street and track and come away impressed with its jack-of-all-trades ability. At just $7,499 and averaging 64mpg, it’s one of the most practical, economical bikes there is. Not bad for something that shares its chassis and motor with a scooter. But, is…
Who’s most qualified to review the Ducati 1199 Panigale S? A racer? A journalist? How about the guy who departed on a 15,000-mile, seven-month, coast-to-coast (and back) road trip the day he bought one? Dennis Matson did just that, then authored this review.
To make the Honda Gold Wing F6B, the company simply knocked some weight off its flagship tourer and pared down the bodywork to make it look meaner. The result is more than the sum of those parts though. Bagger? Cruiser? Tourer? Muscle Bike? Sports Tourer? How about all five?