Travel writer and moto-journalist Christopher P Baker launches new website

I love building new websites, and since I also love motorcycling throughout the world, I especially thrilled to building myself a new website–www.moto-journalist.com–that reflects my growing engagement as a moto-journalist...

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Travel writer and Motojournalist Christopher P. Baker thrills to Scotland’s North Coast 500 ride by Indian Roadmaster

I just completed riding Scotland’s North Coast 500 route–a 500-plus mile circuit of the Scottish Highlands–on a 2017 Indian Roadmaster. What a ride! Both the route and the bike, that...

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@CubaExpert releases new video slideshow on Cuba Motorcycle Tours

Cuba expert, motojournalist and celebrity biker Christopher P. Baker–@CubaExpert–has released a new video slideshow explaining the motorcycle tours in Cuba that he designed and will lead in 2017 and 2018...

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Two new articles on South Africa by Indian Roadmaster published

Finally I’m on a roll with publication of stories about my 10-day road-test of the 2015 Indian Roadmaster in South Africa in May, 2015. I’ve written various versions of the...

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Robb Report publishes Christopher P Baker’s report on touring South Africa by 2015 Indian Roadmaster

I’m delighted to report that the first of my stories about motorcycle touring in South Africa by 2015 Indian Roadmaster has been published in the December 2015 issue of Robb...

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Moto-journalist and Cuba expert Christopher P Baker to lead customized group motorcycle tours of Cuba for U.S. citizens

  With so much newfound interest in Cuba combined with a general relaxation of rules and enforcement, it’s no wonder that many U.S. tour companies are pushing beyond the envelope...

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South Africa 2015 Indian Roadmaster test ride

I just returned from ten sublime days touring South Africa travel tourism while test-riding the 2015 Indian Roadmaster. What a bike! What a ride! What a country! Last summer Indian...

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