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by Liz Jansen 2015 ended as 2016 began—in golden silence. No dragging through the past year to tally results, evaluate progress, or check off boxes. No setting goals or making resolutions. Even as last year ended, plans were changing. Shoulder …

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by Liz Jansen “We all seek like-minded spirits, whether physical or spiritual, visible or invisible. Most new riders are amazed at the instant bond and the camaraderie and compassion among riders. Sometimes we’ve been searching for years for the right …

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Love was on everyone’s mind this month of February, and the Motorcycle Mojo Magazine’s FaceBook  community was no different.   What (motorcycle) was your first love? How did you meet? Where was your first date?   19 Riders Reveal their …

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How do you stay connected with your motorcycle community during winter? We posed the question during a recent chat I facilitated on Motorcycle Mojo Magazine’s FaceBook page.) These riders share theirs. Add yours in the comments below.   34 Ways …

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Built across from the Railway Station circa 1867 to give respite to travellers, the property at 109 Mill Street in Orangeville, Ontario, is again providing a shelter for a different era of travellers. It’s a testament to what is possible …

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Women Riders Speak is an interview series with female motorcyclists. Through their stories, they illustrate the transformative role motorcycling has played in their life. After a childhood moped crash, Stacey lost interest in riding. Twenty-eight years later, after mustering the …

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