Richardson grew up loving cars but switched allegiances to two wheels in college. A decent rider and a bad mechanic, Richardson penned our story on Shinji Kazama on page 42 as well as an ode to the bonds formed by mechanical entropy on page 98. In the real world, he’s the editor of a daily newspaper in Charlottesville, Virginia.
A lifelong Alaskan based in Anchorage, Nathaniel specializes in outdoor lifestyle photography with an emphasis on the Arctic. He’s drawn to wide-open spaces with few people but interesting characters—perfect for our look at Motoquest’s Anchorage garage on page 65. He can be found crossing his fingers and awaiting a call from the Hells Angels for a promised group photo shoot.
Illustrator and comic artist Ryan Inzana’s work has been recognized by the Society of Illustrators and American Illustration, and his comics have been inducted into the Library of Congress’ permanent collection of art. A graduate of Pratt Institute, Inzana has lectured at the School of Visual Arts and Parsons School of Design. In this issue, Inzana illustrated Megaphone on page 98.
Photographer and filmmaker Nathan May is always down for a moto adventure. From navigating LA traffic on his Triumph Thruxton to racing across the desert on his Husky FX 350, if it has two wheels, he’s interested. In this issue, May accompanied Abhi Eswarappa into the bowels of the Earth for “Risk & Reward” on page 56.
For decades, Wolff was a go-to photo model for magazines and manufacturers. It’s an anonymous job: show up, look good, don’t break things. But Wolff’s ride to our pages was a wild one. We turn the tables and spotlight the former racer while he restores the Suzuki superbike he used to harass a generation of racing stars on page 82.