The first ride after a long break is always a great one. Short or long, it doesn’t matter. All that matters is the ride. A chance to get out in the wind, enjoy your surroundings and clear your head.
Spring is an awesome time of year. Everything feels fresh and new, the sun is shining and you can finally break your bike out of hibernation for some much needed ride time after many frigid months. Ride safe though, it is still early and there are lots of unfriendlies still lurking about
Mental health issues affect everyone everywhere and in every walk of life. You may not personally suffer from any type of mental health issue but I guarantee you that you know someone who does. Even if you don’t know about it. With all the tragic global events of 2020, it is more important now than ever to do a mental health check.
2020 has been an unusual year so far, however, one thing that has remained consistent is the love for riding motorcycles. Riding is an excellent way to relieve stress, focus on just your surroundings, and a perfect way to get out and explore. Manitoba by Motorcycle has been promoting motorcycle tourism since 2016 with a special focus on local tourism.
How are the locations chosen? Does this spot count? That’s cool, but what about this place? Do I need to get all these locations? Although it gets asked a lot I am always happy to answer it because it means motorcyclists are out there exploring Manitoba on 2 wheels and finding all kinds of cool places to stop. That is what Manitoba by Motorcycle is all about
At the heart of it Manitoba by Motorcycle is Manitoba motorcycle tourism with a twist. Kind of like a free poker run with a LOT of stops and a very long time to hit the stops (whole season). A fun game to play to get you out on your bike and riding all over the province of Manitoba and exploring. Whether you live here or are visiting it is a fun way to spend some time behind bars.
I’ve read, and likely said, this mantra thousands of times. As great as it is, it is not always true. The Canadian prairies have killer sunsets to offset the long stretches of straight roads banked by open fields. If that is what you love, then we got you covered!