Andrew Dalton has written articles in Adventure Bike Rider for a few years now. Founder and Publisher of Adventure Bike Rider, Alun Davies, explains how the magazine came about.
“Adventure Bike Rider came into existence for three reasons; first there was my lifelong passion for travel and motorcycles; secondly there was a huge hole in the UK motorcycle media for a magazine that focused on the booming adventure bike sector and thirdly I had a motorcycle accident that curtailed one of my other passions in life – climbing mountains.”
“The plus side of wiping out on a rocky trail in Spain is all the free time that comes with having a bust up arm, foot and leg. And what better use of that recovery time than to set up and launch ABR magazine.”
“That was back in 2009 and since then ABR has grown to become the largest adventure bike community in the world. During an average week our social media reach nudges 1 million, on a good week that doubles to 2 million. This website has a thriving community of adventure riders and hosts the busiest adventure forum in the UK with hundreds of thousands of readers and visitors from around the world.”
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20 May 2021
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25 Mar 2021
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18 Feb 2021
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19 Nov 2020
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25 Jun 2020
Your on-board camera can just as easily get you into trouble as it can absolve you of any wrong doing, so is it worth using one whilst riding?
04 Jun 2020
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12 Dec 2019
Are super-bright auxiliary lights legal on a motorcycle? Are they even worth the bother?
19 Sep 2019
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25 Jul 2019
Filtering on your motorcycle is one of the many benefits of owning a motorbike as it allows you to jump the queue on busy roads. But is motorcycle filtering legal, and who’s at fault if you have a motorcycle accident while filtering past traffic? As a former motorcycle courier, I filter. A lot. I regularly […]
18 Apr 2019
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14 Feb 2019
Until we know what is happening with Brexit and the European Health Insurance Card all UK motorcyclists would be very well advised to have travel insurance before they venture overseas.
24 Jan 2019
It might seem like a harmless action, but lending your bike to a mate without correctly insuring it could land you in hot water…
01 Nov 2018
What can you do if you have an accident caused by someone’s uncontrolled dog running in front of your motorbike?
15 Mar 2018
If you come off your bike due to ice on the roads, who’s at fault? Andrew Dalton explains the laws behind council responsibilities for gritting highways