Millennials and Motorcycles- Motorcycles may be dying out, but who’s to blame?

Posted by Wild Ride Radio Crew October 5, 2017 0 Comment

Millennials and Motorcycles Motorcycles may be dying out, but who’s to blame? By Dallas Hageman, Wild Ride Radio Host | Image by Wild Ride Radio www.WildRideRadio.com I need a drink. If you are anything like me then no doubt you have read numerous articles in the past month pumped out from the major news publications […]

I like Iron Butts and I cannot lie- 7 weird things I learned on an Iron Butt ride

Posted by Wild Ride Radio Crew September 5, 2017 0 Comment

I like Iron Butts and I cannot lie- 7 weird things I learned on an Iron Butt ride By Dallas Hageman, Wild Ride Radio Host | Photo by: Wild Ride Radio www.WildRideRadio.com This past May I had the opportunity to learn some surprising things not known to me before now. One would think that these […]

Saving the scoot- What will be the future of motorcycles?

Posted by Wild Ride Radio Crew August 5, 2017 Comments are off

Saving the scoot What will be the future of motorcycles? By Dallas Hageman, Wild Ride Radio Host www.WildRideRadio.com This is it. I feel this may be my last article. Not because Thunder Roads has wised up and finally decided to throw me to the street… no, I feel it may be my last due to […]

Death grip of Debt- How to guard yourself on the showroom floor

Posted by Wild Ride Radio Crew July 5, 2017 Comments are off

Death grip of Debt- How to guard yourself on the showroom floor By Dallas Hageman, Wild Ride Radio Host www.WildRideRadio.com (Special note: after this was published, I had several sales managers at various motorcycle dealerships completely bitch me out for having the audacity to try and steer you away from a lifetime of empty pockets […]

Only one way to go- Reasons to quit being a baby and ride your damn bike

Posted by Wild Ride Radio Crew June 5, 2017 Comments are off

Only one way to go Reasons to quit being a baby and ride your damn bike By Dallas Hageman, Wild Ride Radio Host Photo by Marc_Smith www.WildRideRadio.com I hate flying with the passion of a thousand suns. I know, weird way to start out an article for a motorcycle but. As I am writing this […]

Run For The Wall 2017- A motorcycle trip that changes lives

Posted by Wild Ride Radio Crew May 4, 2017 Comments are off

Run For The Wall A motorcycle trip that changes lives By Dallas Hageman, Wild Ride Radio Host www.WildRideRadio.com Ah Spring, the time flowers come out to say hello, the grass pokes it’s head above the brown carpet it lay dormant in for months and tiny babies roam around once again; products of a very long […]

Wave goodbye to history- Can Riders keep the flames of the past going?

Posted by Wild Ride Radio Crew April 4, 2017 Comments are off

Wave goodbye to history Can Riders keep the flames of the past going? By Dallas Hageman, Wild Ride Radio Host www.WildRideRadio.com 12.01.16 Let’s talk about the Biker wave…. But hold on, just wait a minute… Before you glaze over this article with that far off look in your eye only a reader who’s seen too […]

Fail to plan, plan to fail- A wanderer’s guide to great road trips

Posted by Wild Ride Radio Crew March 1, 2017 Comments are off

Fail to plan, plan to fail A wanderer’s guide to great road trips By Dallas Hageman, Wild Ride Radio Host www.WildRideRadio.com Photo by Pexels (Pixabay) It’s that time of year again. It always seems to creep up on me even when I’m expecting it… the time of year when Old Man winter is feeling his […]

5 project prep tricks to keep you sane in the freezing cold

Posted by Wild Ride Radio Crew January 25, 2017 Comments are off

5 project prep tricks to keep you sane in the freezing cold When it’s cold, it’s time to get working By: Dallas Hageman Photo by PhotoAtelier It’s cold outside. After that statement I know what you’re thinking “Well Thank you Captain Obvious for that profound observation” but seriously, tis’ the season of sitting inside and […]

Pack Like You Mean It- a (somewhat) handy guide to packing for the road

Posted by Wild Ride Radio Crew January 4, 2017 Comments are off

Pack Like You Mean It Saddlebags won’t fit the kitchen sink By: Dallas Hageman Motorcycles are great. We know this. In fact, the only thing I’d personally change on any of them is their storage space. It’s a battle I’ve dealt with for years and years and this article has come from pain… lots and […]

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