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Whitehorse Gear The Whitehorse Gear Update
News & Tips for Motorcycling Enthusiasts

Sept. 20, 2016

Travel Ideas and Inspiration

In this issue . . .

 

Kancamagus Highway and Mt Washington Auto Road Named National "Bucket Rides"

Asked to name "4 Bucket-List Rides in the East," Genevieve Schmitt, editor of Women Riders Now, chose New Hampshire's gorgeous Kancamagus Highway (Rte 112) between Lincoln and Conway as one of the four she selected. At the same time, Clement Salvadori, of Rider magazine, picked the Mt.Washington Auto Road when faced with a similar challenge to list "35 Bucket-List Motorcycle Rides" worldwide. Come and judge for yourself this fall and be sure to stop at the Whitehorse Gear Warehouse Store while you're here. We're located just a few miles from both of these iconic roads in the heart of the beautiful White Mountains of New Hampshire.

New England

 

Peak Foliage in the Northeast Starts in Late September; Plan to Ride the Rugged Gaspe Coast and Beyond This Year

Experience Canada's spectacular eastern coastline at foliage time for the trip of a lifetime this fall. Motorcycle Journeys Through Atlantic Canada takes you to unforgettable places you're not likely to find on your own in Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Labrador, Newfoundland, New Brunswick, and Eastern Quebec. With 33 suggested routes, including the famous Cabot Trail, this book will help you plan your very own custom adventure north of the border to a land of great beauty and friendly people.

Atlantic Canada

 

Mountains to Climb, Trails to Explore, Roads to Ride, It's All There for the Taking in Colorado in the Fall

Plan your visit now to see the magnificent "golden aspens" of Colorado this fall using Steve Farson's popular Motorcycling Colorado, the most comprehensive riding resource for the area ever published. Each suggested ride -- there are over 170 of them -- is described in detail and mapped individually, all are enhanced by then-and-now photos that show old ghost towns, abandoned mines, railroads, and historical sites along the way.

Colorado

 

Volcanos, Deserts, Forests, Lakes, and
Seaside Beaches; The Pacific Northwest
is a Motorcyclist's Paradise

Motorcycle Journeys Through the Pacific Northwest guides riders up and down the coasts of Washington, Oregon, and northern California; around the volcanos of Mt. St. Helens, Mt. Hood, and Mt. Ranier; across the desert of Oregon; out to the San Juan Islands; and even into parts of British Columbia. Here are more than 30 great trips that include the twistiest, most scenic roads the Northwest has to offer and the best places to eat, sleep, and pitch your tent.

Pacific Northwest

 

Motorcycling's Ultimate Wall Calendar,
The 2017 Adventure Motorcycle Calendar
Twelve Full Months of Riding Inspiration

This stunning calendar captures incredible vistas from mountain tops, desert floors, and coastal roadways. Whether you love motorcycles, travel, or remote places, this visually captivating calendar is sure to provide you with a full year of inspiration. Order a copy for yourself and several more for holiday gift-giving to riding friends while supplies last.

Adventure Motorcycle Calendar

 

Popular Adventure Travel Gear

FirstGear Adventure Mesh Jacket
FirstGear Adventure
Mesh Jacket
for Men

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Tour Master Transition 4 Jacket
Tour Master
Transition 4 Jacket
for Women

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Adventure Motorcycling
Adventure
Motorcycling:
Everything You Need

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Torrent Luggage
Firstgear Torrent
Waterproof Duffels
and Backpacks

$59.99 - $89.99
 


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