Where getting lost is part of the adventure… and finding your way home a pleasant surprise.

A February Excursion

A February Excursion

This story first appeared in  International Sidecar Traveller #29 December, 2016   It’s been a cold winter, with temperatures in the single digits. Storm after storm has swept in from the ocean, dumping rain and snow across the Pacific Northwest. We’ve had...
Why I Am Not A Cat Person

Why I Am Not A Cat Person

It was one of those spells we get in January; a couple of weeks of clear, dry weather with the temperatures stuck in the teens. I had seen an ad in the paper for a BMW powered reverse trike up in The Dalles. I envisioned something like a Morgan. Two wheels in front,...
Throwback Thursday: Beaver Creek Run Part 3

Throwback Thursday: Beaver Creek Run Part 3

Beaver Creek Run Part 1  Part 2 Part 3   It was early afternoon but it seemed much later. The sky was dark and the clouds came right down to the pavement in torrents. Water streamed across every flat surface, cold and black and dirty. When we got to Corvallis we...
Too Hot

Too Hot

    A question which often comes up when talking about driving sidecars is: “What do I do if I get into a corner too hot?” If you have been on any of the chat forums discussing sidecars sooner or later you will come across a long thread discussing this...