We are back in the Western hemisphere after 30 days in Europe. The Wild Ones Tour went off seamlessly and was one of the most amazing experiences of our lives. On 2016 701 Husqvarna Supermotos we rode over 6,000kms through Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Chezch Republic and Slovakia. We rode up and down some of the most famous motorcycle passes in the world, through lightning storms, & with women from Estonia, Berlin, and all over Europe. We dropped bikes, wheelied bikes and rode bikes past castles, cows, waterfalls, and LOTS of people staring at us and wondering what the hell 3 young babes were doing on these big tall bikes giving zero fucks at all. 

The Wild Ones Alps tour was sponsored by Husqvarna, Converse and Sena Bluetooth. The trip was hosted by The Women's Moto Exhibit and we're already in the planning phases for the next one. If you'd like to get involved in a tour or be a sponsor, email us at

Adri Law Photo

Liz Horton photo (and the rest!)


Since I ride an enduro built for a big guy, I'm always on the look out for something newer and lighter for the BC backcountry. I didn't know anything about Husqvarna until I was thrown into a situation where I had to ride one for 3 hours straight on the freeway in Oregon. 

The Husqvarna website has a really cool "Heritage" timeline about their brand. Since I'm into old shit, it's pretty cool to see how this brand has been around for so long as well as to see the evolution of the business side of things. Check out their Heritage page --> here.