New Scouting Adventures: They Ain’t For Everybody

June 18, 2020By Brenden Anders

How does MotoQuest refine our new itineraries? We scout out locations with a squad of our most resilient guests and learn from experience what works and what doesn’t. Riders show up expecting long days in the saddle, some U-turns, unstructured discovery time, and other fresh experiences along the way, and MotoQuest gives it to them! Let’s just … Read More

Last Call: 2020 Alaska Dual-Sport Adventures

June 12, 2020By Brenden Anders

If you’ve been considering coming up to Anchorage to have some fun with us this summer, we have great news: the state of Alaska is making it easier for visitors to enjoy the state this summer, AND we still have a few spaces left on our dual-sport adventures.  Why join an organized off-pavement tour in Alaska? … Read More

Confirmed Tour: Trail of Lewis and Clark in September

June 2, 2020By Brenden Anders

Itching to put the wheels to the pavement? Us, too! We’re excited to confirm that our Trail of Lewis and Clark all-paved adventure has been given the green light to run this September. MotoQuest founder Phil Freeman recently penned an article regarding this specific itinerary, and even if you can’t join us this year, his feature on is still worth … Read More

Last Call for our Cassiar Scout Adventure!

May 26, 2020By Brenden Anders

We have very limited (one) space left available on our confirmed 2020 Cassiar Scout Adventure, so if you’ve been hemming and hawing, now is the time to snap it up before it’s gone! Long days, new-to-us lodging, and a few fun hiccups along the way are the standard on scouting trips, so we are asking … Read More

California to Colorado, Ride More of the US with MotoQuest

May 20, 2020By Brenden Anders

More and more folks have been reaching out to our crew about the domestic rides we offer because… you know. Today we’re giving you the short and sweet highlights of two guided adventures featuring the southwest corner of the United States which are great when ridden separately or as a back-to-back extended getaway. We’ve scheduled Wonders of … Read More

Alaska Adventure Planning Intel

May 13, 2020By Brenden Anders

Ever wonder how MotoQuest made it into Road Runner, Cycle World, and Motorcyclist magazines? We started with good resources and mixed those with experience. Our entire company is composed of riders, and most of our Anchorage crew was born and raised nearby. When we’re not at the shop, we’re on the road experiencing, collectively, old and new destinations. Today, we’re … Read More

Filthy Motorcycles are a Sign of a Good Time

April 28, 2020By Brenden Anders

Bust out the rigid boots, we’re hitting the dirt! For those of you who might need a reminder, today must be Tuesday, because here we are, gracing your inbox again… unless you’ve waited to read this on another day. This time, we’re showing you a few of our favorite photos from some of our itineraries featuring … Read More

Behold, the MotoQuest Legacy!

April 21, 2020By Brenden Anders

Salutations, MotoQuestrians! For today’s adventure, we’re jumping into a time machine to witness the evolution of MotoQuest from our humble beginnings. You may already be familiar with our company’s founder, Phil Freeman, and our global footprint, but are you ready for the tale of how it all came to be? Get nice and cozy, because … Read More

New Year Scouting Trip – An Invitation from Phil

April 14, 2020By Brenden Anders

Wanted:Adventurous motorcycle tourers excited to help us refine a fresh all-paved itinerary. Must appreciate long days in the saddle with a few U-turns, unstructured discovery time, road construction, warm beer, and potentially questionable lodging. High maintenance riders and cry babies should avoid this ride. It’s nothing but trouble, but that’s what makes it great!This will not be … Read More

Best Roads of our Trail of Lewis and Clark Adventure

April 6, 2020By Brenden Anders

Once again, MotoQuest is here to spark your wanderlust. Today, we’re focusing on a true rider’s paradise: the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. What makes it so dreamy? Here’s a short list: Lush, forest-covered mountains with twisty roads Coastal curves and distinguished beaches High desert two-lane roads which meander along rushing rivers If you’re … Read More