Alaska paved or unpaved? That is the question.

February 27, 2019By Phil Freeman

If I’ve learned anything over the years, it’s that there are many different ways to experience Alaska on a motorcycle. If you stick to the pavement, you will be served up a buffet of dramatic scenes. Stay on the Alaska paved highway system and you will ride past cascading waterfalls, untamed rivers, precipitous fjords, and … Read More

My Favorite Moments from Riding in Baja

November 28, 2018By Phil Freeman

Whenever I travel to Baja, there comes a time and a place during the trip where I invariably arrive at a mental state that can only be described as serenity. For those of you who have experience traveling the Baja Peninsula of Mexico, you know what I mean. I know it sounds funny, but as … Read More

Letters from Bolivia – Scouting Trip Diary (Part 1 of 4)

January 9, 2017By Phil Freeman

I have always been intrigued by the story of Che Guevara, that iconic communist revolutionary who started out on a motorcycle adventure through South America and ended up rocking the communist and democratic worlds in the 1960’s. His eventual demise in the mountains of a remote part of southern Bolivia propelled him to legend. After … Read More

VIDEO: 5 Reasons to Ride with MotoQuest in Romania

October 24, 2016By Phil Freeman

I am no pro video editor, but I do love to put memories together. I recently reviewed our most recent Romaniacs Adventure and came up with this two minute video highlighting 5 reasons you would ride through the Transylvania region of Romania with us. Why Romania? If it’s not the epic riding, it may be … Read More

The Great Escape: Adventures in Patagonia and Baja

August 26, 2016By Phil Freeman

While our MotoQuest fleet is making its way from Anchorage, Alaska to Long Beach, CA, I find myself back in my small Alaskan town staring out into the midnight sun and plotting the next adventure. I’ve got two end-of-year escapes in mind. Th first is our Patagonia End of the Earth Adventure. I keep thinking, people … Read More

Trail of Lewis and Clark Scouting Trip Continued

August 9, 2016By Phil Freeman

We traveled down the east side of the continental divide a short way and came to rest area dedicated to Sacajawea. There, clustered in the pine trees, were a bathroom, a couple of fire pits and picnic tables and place where a small spring trickled down the slope. This was the start of the Missouri … Read More