Little Known Facts: Peru Edition

January 24, 2019By Brenden Anders

Fact: Peru is home to some of the best paved motorcycle riding in the world. This may not be news to those of you who have followed us for a while, because we just can’t say enough good things about the paved riding in Peru! For those of you who are newer to the MotoQuest … Read More

PHOTOS: Mike Stoner’s North to Alaska Custom Adventure

January 14, 2019By Brenden Anders

In 1867, the United States purchased Alaska from Russia for $7.2 million. 100 years later, during the centennial anniversary of the purchase,¬†the motto of “North to the Future” and was chosen to represent Alaska as a land of promise. In many ways, Alaska really is the last frontier of the United States, which is exactly … Read More

Kaizen: the Art of Constant Improvement

January 9, 2019By Brenden Anders

One of the most influential concepts in manufacturing to come out of World War II was the practice of continual incremental improvement. This practice found sure footing in post-war Japan and became known as “kaizen,” which is the Japanese word for “improvement.” Although it originated in America during the war, it was really made famous … Read More

Some Favorite Moments from 2018

January 3, 2019By Brenden Anders

Goodbye 2018, hello 2019! Another amazing year is in the books, and we are so very excited to share more incredible adventures with you in 2019! To help us put things in perspective, we checked in with the MotoQuest staff and guides to find out some of their favorite moments from this past year. We … Read More

MotorTrend Hits Baja in Latest Episode of Throttle Out

December 18, 2018By Brenden Anders

What happens when a couple of moto-journalists decide to ride the Baja Peninsula? They come to MotoQuest for advice, of course! That’s exactly what happened when Ari Henning and Zack Courts set their sights on Baja for an episode of their new show on MotorTrend called Throttle Out. We had worked with these two in … Read More

The Wilds of Alaska

December 13, 2018By Brenden Anders

“It’s not like Alaska isn’t wilderness – it mostly is. But most Alaskans don’t live in the wild. They live on the edge of the wild in towns with schools and cable TV and stores and dentists and roller rinks sometimes. It’s just like anyplace else, only with mountains and moose.” That was an excerpt … 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

Spooky Tales from Our Travels

October 31, 2018By Brenden Anders

Happy Halloween! As millions of children around the country eagerly await their candy-filled Trick-or-Treat adventures, we offer our faithful readers with backstories on some of the spookiest places we visit on our travels around the world. From legendary movie monsters and filming locations to good old fashioned ghost stories and ancient mysteries, we hope you … Read More

Nicknames Earned on MotoQuest Adventures

October 24, 2018By Brenden Anders

When we talk to fellow riders for the first time, one of the most common questions that comes up is “why go on a guided trip when I can do the same ride myself?” Among the many logistical reasons like having a full time support vehicle on hand and the fact that we book all … Read More