The July/August edition of Adventure Bike Rider is out now and is packed full of inspiration, practical advice and reviews.
Inside you’ll find a mix of travel features from the UK, Europe and further afield that are sure to get your mind wandering with ideas for future tours.
Travel inspiration is provided in the form of stories from Nepal, Iran and the backcountry trails of Oregon. Plus, Jana Janska explores Europe’s forgotten land, the Greater Caucasus Mountains of Georgia.
Closer to home, we trace the Peakland Way as it takes us through the Peak District and all of the stunning scenery that accompanies it, while Michael Taylor heads up to Scotland and the Isle of Mull.
You can also expect a full review of the new Yamaha Tracer 700 and KTM 1290 Super Duke, plus updates on our long term machines including the Ducati Multistrada Enduro 1200, the Triumph Tiger Explorer and the Honda CRF1000L Africa Twin to name a few.
We’ve also been testing eight adventure-styled helmets under £200 to see just how much quality is attainable at a respectable price point.
In the ABR Masterclass section you’ll also find advice on tackling hairpin bends, how to keep your camera equipment charged and safe on the road and the legalities of riding over pavement for access to private property.
As ever, we have also detailed two excellent green lanes for you to explore and have a write up of our ride along the East Coast.
Last, and certainly not least, our regular interview spot in the magazine will be taken up by none other than Hollywood actor and motorcycle enthusiast Keanu Reeves.
To get your copy of Adventure Bike Rider issue 35, pop into your nearest WHSmith store or buy it directly through us by clicking here.