India Touch the Sky Adventure 2014

May 26, 2016By Phil Freeman

August 19th, Late Night, New Delhi Most of the group arrived very late in the night in New Delhi from all over the world. Rummy and exhausted, we went to our hotel, close to the airport. We all had a long layover there, and we opted to try to get some restful sleep before our … Read More

In search of Alaska’s Best Unknown Destinations

May 26, 2016By Phil Freeman

  Alaska’s Outback In search of Alaska’s Best Unknown Destinations Story by Lee Klancher Motorcycle Escape Magazine Fall 2006 “There’s no law north of the Yukon River, and no God north of the Arctic Circle.” -Alaskan saying At the Seaview Bar in Hope, Alaska (pop. 137), my buddy Peter Peil and I were enjoying an … Read More

Alaska Day 9 Jun 10 Alaska Range and Denali Park

May 26, 2016By Phil Freeman

Above: The Denali Highway. The Denali Highway is a 115 mile long graded dirt road that runs between Paxon, on the Richardson Highway on the east, and Cantwell, on the Parks Highway on the west. We started our ride from the Tangle Lakes Lodge, our hotel stopping point, 20 miles along the Denali Highway from … Read More

Hokkaido: The Alaska of Japan

May 26, 2016By Phil Freeman

Hokkaido is the northern most island of Japan and features 20 percent of the country’s land mass with 5 percent of the population. Host to the largest national parks in Japan, this country is riddled with wild rivers, salmon runs, brown bears and a multitude of other wild critters. Untamed forests abound in this not … Read More

2011 Patagonia End of the Earth Part 1

May 26, 2016By Phil Freeman

Patagonia 2011 A Different Kind of Fun The group started arriving on Thursday and as I got off the plane, I noticed the tell tale riding jackets of motoadventurists. It was Jim and Nicole, fresh from Seattle and newly wed and ready for action! We caught up with Joanna, the fire plug from Poland and … Read More

Alaska Day 4 Jun 10 The Dalton Highway

May 26, 2016By Phil Freeman

Above: Mwah (sic) at the Alaska Pipeline viewpoint 11 miles north of Fairbanks. Half the 800 mile long pipeline is above ground as seen in the pic. The pipeline has been placed above ground in locations where placing it underground would be inhibited by perma frost, or, where the potential for pipeline or environmental damage … Read More

Isle Of Man TT & TT3D Closer To The Edge

May 26, 2016By Phil Freeman

We heard the scream of the engine for three or four seconds before the bikes came into view. A man standing next to me said, “This must be a superbike.” A woman the other side of sixty responded, “No, that’s a sidecar.” The sidecar came into sight and I felt the roar in my chest. … Read More

Japan Culture How to take a Hot Spring Bath in Japan

May 26, 2016By Phil Freeman

Hot Springs are a big part of the Japanese culture. There are thousands of developed natural hot springs all over the country. We at MotoQuest would like to share with you how to take a hot springs (Onsen) bath in Japan. Our Japan Tours feature Hot Springs almost every night! Steps on How to take … Read More

The 10 Dos and Don’ts of the Dalton

May 20, 2016By Phil Freeman

414 miles of frost-heaves, broken chip seal and grated dirt surfaces, the Dalton Highway has its challenges. On a good day, you can ride it wide open. On a bad day, you can go home in a helicopter. Every year motorcyclists are killed on the Dalton Highway. This road offers the rider the adventure gamut. … Read More