Ride Out!: Motorcycle Road Trips And Adventures

Sep 12, 2018

Category: Rides

The motorcycle journey is an archetype in itself. It is a myth that calls upon the themes of freedom, contemplation, and escape from the strictures of society. Gestalten’s latest photographic collection, entitled Ride Out!: Motorcycle Road Trips and Adventures, seeks to capture the freedom that abounds on such a road trip, with pictures of the most epic motorcycle roads and riders in the world.

Weaving and winding through numerous regions — California, South Africa, Japan, China, Patagonia, New Zealand and more — the Ride Out book showcases the vistas from some of the world’s greatest paths. Each locale comes with its own map to keep the reader oriented as they’re whisked away on a vicarious journey of liberation in this epic motorcycle book. From the Silk Road to the Mojave Desert, become a fly on the handlebar of one of these motorcycles as they venture into the unknown with unbridled enthusiasm.

Purchase: $60

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