BOOK Review – Vespa: Style and Passion

In 1946, airplane manufacturer Enrico Piaggio took one look at the elegantly minimalist prototype scooter with a rounded and tapered rear end that his aeronautic engineer– Corradino d’Ascanio—had designed and...

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Stupid is as stupid does… wheelies are an accident waiting to happen!

Two days ago I learned that IFBB professional and fitness instructor Joan Smith had unfortunately been involved in an accident. According to her own Instagram and Facebook posts, she suffered...

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The Wasp Network

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Dervla Murphy’s ‘The Island That Dared: Journeys in Cuba’ reviewed

I’ve often claimed that my personal library contains more than 500 books on Cuba. Well, I’m currently moving house and that inspired me to count as I boxed up my...

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AUTHORS AND MOTOJOURNALISTS CARLA KING AND CHRISTOPHER P BAKER TO OFFER ‘LADIES FIRST’ MOTORCYCLE TOUR OF CUBA

I’m thrilled to partner with my close friend and fellow travel writer / motojournaist Carla King in offering an exciting 8-day ‘Ladies First’ motorcycle tour of Cuba, January 6-13, 2019....

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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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Motojournalist and Cuba expert Christopher P Baker to lead new motorcycle tours for U.S. citizens offered by Edelweiss Bike Travel

Motojournalist and renowned Cuba expert Christopher P Baker has been invited to lead a series of 8- and 11-day motorcycle tours for U.S. citizens to be offered by Edelweiss Bike...

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