A fresh new look

The RidersWest website is riding in style, with added features and a slick new appearance

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screenshot of RidersWest website home page

RidersWest is looking better than ever.

We have upped the ante for RidersWest, improving the look of the site and keeping up with the latest events, stories, destinations and social media options. The photos are getting bigger and better, the navigation is more user-friendly and we are proud to welcome our new Ride On! columnist, Kirsten Armleder.

Keep checking our Gearboxx page for the newest gadgets to make your riding experience even better. Don't forget to subscribe to our print magazine, and our popular eNewsletter so you never miss a beat.

We continue to invite photography buffs to send in their most impressive shots and enter them into our Hotshots contest for a chance to win a prize and have their photos published.

Whether you're a motorcyclist, ATVer or motocross racer, you will find something of interest here. We welcome your feedback, so don't hesitate to contact us!


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