As a writer and a motorcycle rider, I love to write about adventures on my motorcycles. I have three motorbikes: a street bike, a dual sport bike (both BMWs), and a small dual sport, a Kawasaki KLX250S. I live in the desert of Arizona, USA, therefore, my riding season is all year. The “GS” in my blog name  represents dirt and street riding (from German, gelände/straße).


Thank you so much for visiting my blog!

– Jo

(All creative content belongs exclusively to me, and is not to be used or reproduced without express written permission.)

4 thoughts on “About

  1. Hey Jo, Great blog. I am a blogger too, my site is Hikearumba.com I was wanting to use one of your photos in my blog about the Florence Coke ovens. It is just the one showing the foundation left where Cochran used to be. I had neglected to get a photo of that. I am going to go ahead and use it, just because I don’t know how often you check your replies, but if it is not agreeable to you please let me know and I will remove it. Thank you, and happy blogging! Karen

  2. Hello!

    I got a chance to look through your blog and I think your site and audience would be the perfect fit for getting the word out about our brand. I am working on a brand initiative for Bike Bandit, and am reaching out to see if you would be interested in collaborating with us on one of our current projects. If you want to learn more about our brand, you can check out our website at http://www.bikebandit.com. Let me know if you’re interested in working with us, and I’d be happy to send over some more details. I look forward to hearing from you! 

    Thanks in advance, 


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