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The best motorcycle magazine for adventure bike owners in the UK.

The November/December issue of Adventure Bike Rider magazine is out now! Packed full of inspiring ride reports, informative reviews, useful hints and tips, routes for you to follow, and plenty of stunning photography it's the perfect antidote to winter blues.

Get your copy today for just £6.99 with free postage, and start planning your next two-wheeled adventure.

What's inside issue 66?

The latest adventure bikes reviewed

Inside issue 66 of Adventure Bike Rider magazine, you'll get the lowdown on Moto Morini's exciting new entry into the adventure bike market, the X-Cape, in our featured review.

We've also ridden and tested the BMW R 18 B to see if the big German cruiser is a worthy addition to your garage, while you can keep up to date with our long-term tests of:

  • KTM 1290 Super Adventure S
  • Yamaha Tracer 9 GT
  • Honda CRF300L
  • Honda CRF1100L Africa Twin
  • BMW R 1250 RT
  • Triumph Tiger 850 Sport

trip reports to get you planning

Want to know what it's like to ride in Guatemala or the magnificent canyons of Utah? Inside the latest issue of ABR you'll be transported around the globe by our contributors. Whether you end up planning your next big trip or just enjoying the wonderfully told stories, you'll lose yourself inside the pages.


UK routes to follow

In each issue of Adventure Bike Rider magazine you'll be given two expertly-crafted UK-based routes to follow. Each one focuses on bringing you the very best of UK roads, sites, and culture, and in this issue you'll be taken on a tour of the Scottish Highlands and the Great Western Trail in South West England.

trip reports to get you planning

Want to know what it's like to ride in Guatemala or the magnificent canyons of Utah? Inside the latest issue of ABR you'll be transported around the globe by our contributors. Whether you end up planning your next big trip or just enjoying the wonderfully told stories, you'll lose yourself inside the pages.

UK routes to follow

In each issue of Adventure Bike Rider magazine you'll be given two expertly-crafted UK-based routes to follow. Each one focuses on bringing you the very best of UK roads, sites, and culture, and in this issue you'll be taken on a tour of the Scottish Highlands and the Great Western Trail in South West England.

become a better rider with tips from the experts

Adventure Bike Rider magazine is all about helping you get the most out of your time on two wheels. In this issue's masterclass section you'll learn:

  • How to avoid and control a tank slapper.
  • How to master burst mode so you can take killer photos.
  • The truth behind whether you need a to replace your GB sticker on your bike post Brexit.
  • What tools you should take with you on tour.

become a better rider with tips from the experts

Adventure Bike Rider magazine is all about helping you get the most out of your time on two wheels. In this issue's masterclass section you'll learn:

  • How to avoid and control a tank slapper.
  • How to master burst mode so you can take killer photos.
  • The truth behind whether you need a to replace your GB sticker on your bike post Brexit.
  • What tools you should take with you on tour.


Plus:

  • Get inspired with 'Reasons to ride'
  • The ultimate adventure biker's Christmas Gift Guide
  • A fascinating interview with the stunt man behind the latest James Bond movie.
  • UK Green Lanes: Surrey and the Peak District
  • Ride Utah's spectacular canyon country
  • Discover the lost civilisations, volcanoes, and jungles of Guatemala
  • Moto Morini X-Cape & BMW R 18 B reviewed
  • We put Mitas' Terra Force-R tyres to the test
  • Winter riding gloves rated