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First Biker Babe Tours Newsletter is Here!

Hi, all! Our first-ever, quarterly newsletter (in PDF) is available for your viewing, reading, and well, general pleasure. Give it a whirl! BBT Newsletter Spring 2013  

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Biker Babe Summer Trip, Part II

So, in one of my last few posts, I outlined Rebecca’s and my two-day, 1700-mile ride out to Carson City Nevada (last July 2012) for the sixth AMA Women and Motorcycling conference. Part two of the tale, which will take … Continue reading

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Motorcycle Tour in Cuba? YES!

Let me guess: It’s never occurred to you, has it? Cuba, for many of us, still feels forbidden, cut off, and slightly dangerous. It feels as if we could end up on some “government list” if we even so much … Continue reading

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A Stop at Sedona’s Arts and Crafts Village,Tlaquepaque

Have you ever been to Tlaquepaque (pronounced Tla-keh-pah-keh) Village in Sedona? Well, if not, you’ve just got to visit. Tlaquepaque is an arts and crafts village at the junction of Highways 89A and  179 in the heart of Sedona, AZ. Designed to look … Continue reading

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Tattered Past: Abandoned WW II Memorial

So, yesterday, my hubby and I drove to Rivers, AZ, a small town south of Phoenix. We drove versus rode because my hubby does not own a bike, he won’t ride behind me (can you blame him?), and I won’t … Continue reading

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Desert Towns and Colors: A Study in Subtleties

The desert is largely a flat, dry plain of ever-repeating scrubby vistas, punctuated by the occasional slightly weary, litter-strewn, dust-coated town. Remote desert towns often look to me as if they are holding their breath, waiting for something to happen, … Continue reading

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