Northwest Featured Stories

Gordon’s Story

As Told by the Gerbing Family   In the 1970’s when Gordon Gerbing designed and manufactured the first heated jacket liners for motorcyclists, he not only founded Gerbing’s Heated Clothing, he founded an entire industry. They now have a brand new company, with the people who have the most experience keeping motorcyclists warm: The Gerbing Family.    Here is Gordon’s ...

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Ocean Shores went Hog Wild!

By JD Gore and Jody Davison An event was called off, then a rally cry was heard, and Ocean Shores responded in magnificent style. Many like myself were dumbfounded when the word got out that the biker event held at the Convention Center in Ocean Shores for the past several years was cancelled. We were excited to make the ride ...

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Special Forces Brotherhood MC

By JD Gore and Jody Davison Typically, when you see a large group of bikers, they are not looking for trouble but most likely are raising money in the community. There are some strong bonds in communities. No bond seems stronger than a brotherhood. Now take that brotherhood and add the bikers code and it’s about as strong a bond ...

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ABATE of Washington Spring Opener

By Darren Wright The 41st Annual ABATE of Washington Spring Opener was held in Easton, Washington, June 27th through the 30th. It felt more like summer than spring, but I guess that is because it was held the first week of summer. We arrived at the Silver Ridge Ranch on Thursday afternoon and were greeted by Scott Robinson, who is ...

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The Orygun Run

By Sasha Johnson Every year the grass-roots throwback Orygun Run promises new routes, picturesque campsites, and the best moto-parties you’ve ever experienced. After my first time on the run June 28th to July 1st, I can honestly say it’s all of those things and so much more. The Ultimate Road Trip Our weekend-long vacation in Oregon began with a mad ...

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Final Rolling Thunder XXXII – 1st Amendment Demonstration Protest Run

By Jerry Nichols Memorial Day,  Monday 27 May 2019 This idea started back in 1987 at the Reflecting Pool near the Vietnam Memorial Wall, on a sunny day shortly after Memorial Day.  USMC Corporal Ray Manzo walked up to Army Sergeant Major John Holland, head of the American Foundation for Accountability of POW/MIA’s, Ted Sampley with Homecoming II Project at ...

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Trifecta of Fun

In West Richland and Richland, Washington, there were events taking place over four days in June. You can’t take it all in on just one day, it’s a must to experience all you can. By JD Gore and Jody Davison One can go to Anywhere, USA and find events to celebrate one thing or another in their community, whether it’s ...

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Glacier National Park

By Darren Wright Most National Parks are great places to ride a motorcycle, but some seem as though they are made for riding. Located in Western Montana with its northern boundary right on the Canadian border, Glacier National Park is one of those. Even the name of the main road just begs you to take a motorcycle and go. That ...

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Sun, Snow and a Devil’s Tail

By Bryan Hall Let’s face it: the weather this year has been positively off its meds. Snow, rain, hail, sun, wind…and sometimes all within a few hours! One day it’s 80 degrees, the next it’s freezing cold and raining. The good news is, we survived it all and are gearing up for those road trips. Personally, I have been dying ...

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Meeting Max Meyers, team, at Desert 100, 2019

Spotlight on: MaxPower Law and V2Works’ riding CEO Troy Turner Desert 100 competitor Troy Turner is the epitome of the saying, “Do what you love and you’ll never work a day in your life!” Troy says, “I have been riding motorcycles for more than five decades and working with groups like MaxPower Law and Quick Throttle just reinforces my love ...

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