Well sweet! Just had a GREAT interview with Entertainment Radio Network. I’m so honored that they contacted me. The segment is on Adventure Motorcycling–and guess who they interviewed–ME! I love taking about the sport from the female adventurer’s perspective. http://www.ernlive.com/ is Entertainment Radio Network’s web site–not sure when the interview goes live but I’ll post again when it does. ~MAG (Alisa)Read More →

Adventure Motorcycle Dual Sport News? (http://www.adventuremotorcycle.com/) If so, this is a must-subscribe magazine, and not just because I have three articles in the Sept/Oct 2011 issue. In this issue I write about Mystical, Magical Colombia. Gosh I loved traveling in that Colombia.  I can’t wait to go back. (Lap # 2 of South America?!?) I’m told that the The November/December issue of ADVMoto Magazine is coming to over 300 Barnes and Noble bookstores around the US. Also included are the Barnes and Nobles College Bookmaster locations as well as some more adventurous independent stands near you!Read More →

Jonah Street is a really cool guy, very down to earth and a terrific rally racer. I was lucky enough to interview him last month and since the Dakar Rally starts today, RumBum.com posted my interview with him. There is still time to support Jonah Street’s bid for the 2011 Dakar–and grab a little piece of history. Touratech USA still has Limited Edition Jonah Street 2011 Dakar Rally T-Shirts for sale HERE. 100% of sales dollars will go to Jonah’s 2011 Dakar Rally race efforts. Be a part of this great success story and support America’s #1 rally racer in the Dakar Rally… the hardest motorsports race in the world. Happy New Year and GO JONAH! Here’s the link toRead More →

This week Chilly White of Enduro360.com interviewed me about my Mexico-Central-South America Ride. Click here for the full interview and see the pictures below. [Oops, he still has not published the article, yet I do not want to remove from my posts and have a non-working link} Many of them are new and never published.Read More →

May 18, 2010 Wow. Return day is finally here. How do I feel? Nervous, excited, ready. There’s a momentum that is created when you travel and you sort of get caught up in it.  I’ve been going through the motions of coming home without thinking about how I *feel* about it too much. Mentally I’ve been “done” with this trip the whole time here at Dakar Motos. I’ve been on the internet lots reconnecting with old friends, catching up on the blog, and making arrangements, connections, and plans for once I am back in the USA. I booked an overnight flight may 18th, which gets me into Seattle Wednesday the 19th at 10:30 am. The morning is spent visiting withRead More →