Four wheels or two, Chris loves motorsports. He is always up for an adventure, so we turned him loose to tour through the Grand Canyon State on Harley-davidsons for this issue’s “Riding Arizona” feature on page 50. Chris graduated college alongside Photo Editor Julia Lapalme then put his photographic and writing abilities to work at Road & Track before helping launch The Drive.
Ed is an engineer, poet, roadracer, and vintage Moto Guzzi aficionado, among other things. He has contributed numerous columns and features to Motorcyclist over the years, and this time around he brings you inside San Francisco’s Moto Guild, a co-op workspace on Treasure Island that’s exemplary of communal shops that are cropping up in urban centers around the world.
Morgan spends his days cranking out content for Motorcyclist ’s sister publications Baggers
and Motorcycle Cruiser,
but besides V-twins he’s a huge fan of vintage bikes and customs in particular. Morgan was at this year’s Handbuilt Show in Austin, Texas, and helped us compose this issue’s Shift
There aren’t many famous racers in the past few decades who haven’t had Andrew’s lens trained on them at some point. He has shot Motogp, World Superbike, and domestic championships around the world, so when it came time to pay tribute to Nicky Hayden we knew Andrew would have a couple of gems in his archive. Follow @automotophoto on Instagram to keep up with his frames.
Long-time readers will recognize Jack’s name as well as his inimitable style. He’s written two books, and in addition to journaling for Motorcyclist, he documents life’s many givings and misgivings (on and off two wheels) at jaxworx.com. For this issue’s feature on Motus Motorcycles, Jack went to Alabama to ride and research as only he could. His story is on page 70.
Larry has been involved in motorcycle racing most of his life, briefly as a competitor and then as a journalist and photographer. In addition to writing about modern-day racing, he is one of the leading motorcycle-racing historians in America and served as the chair for the AMA Hall of Fame Election Committee. Larry authored this issue’s feature about the original Indian flattrack Wrecking Crew of the ’50s.