Thursday, March 9, 2017

Tune into Talon's Tips and Tales

My good brother Ken Wolverton, and incredible artist in Madrid, gave me the green light to use a photo I made of his amazing KMRD sign for our new radio show.  Thanks Ken!

Tune in tomorrow March 10 at 11 am MST.  Live interview with Greg MacGregor.  In 1980 Greg created the photography program at California State University, Berkeley.  He has been photographing non-stop since 1968.  During that time he has published four books and has had eighty exhibits.  His photographs deal with both fine art and documentary.  Greg carries with him over 60 years of riding motorcycle of all makes and models.  He has some amazing stories to share.  You don't want to miss it!

Remember you can stream the show live at www.kmrd.fm/listen.

be strong, be safe, Carlan...aka Talon 

Friday, March 3, 2017

Moto-Photo Radio : Talon's Tips and Tales

What a ride!  If you missed Talons Tips and Tales today on KMRD today, you can listen to the recorded show by clicking here.  Thanks very much to all the folks around the country who listened in via the live stream on KMRD-FM.  BIG shout out to all of you!  Stay tuned for next week's program!   Set your calendars for Talon's Tips and Tales Friday's 11a.m. MST.

be strong, be safe, Carlan

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Moto-Photo Radio

Hey all you folks out there in cyberland!  Here's the latest news from RIDE NEW MEXICO.
Launching this Friday March 3 Moto-Photo Radio airs live every Friday at 11:00 a.m. MST.  Tune to KMRD FM-LP 96.9 Madrid, NM for Talon's Tips and Tales From the Seat of My Motorcycle.  Carlan's, aka Talon, hour-long program shares credos from the road sprinkled with photo tips, live interviews and much, much more.  KMRD streams live around the world at www.kmrd.fm/listen.  Tune in and hold on for the ride!

be strong, be safe, Carlan

Monday, January 30, 2017

Freedom of the Road - RIDE NEW MEXICO

For the past several months Nancy and I have been scrapping, plastering, painting, and creating.  What have we been creating?  RIDE NEW MEXICO, located in the historic village of Madrid.  In New Mexico we boast it’s the last frontier.  It’s where you can ride for miles on open roads and sometimes not see another vehicle.  It’s where the sun shines 320 days a year.  It’s high desert; it’s where the road meets the sky; it’s 14,000-foot mountains, it’s cowboys, artists, pueblos and green chile.  It's where you can take a moto-photo motorcycle tour or climb in a classic sidecar and capture the freedom of the open road.
Ride New Mexico Headquarters is a whole lot more than a starting point for moto-photo and sidecar tours, it features an extensive collection of  classic black and white moto-photo prints from my HOG® Magazine blue highway series.  Specialty maps, books, caps, t-shirts and motorcycle spirit bells are also available.  Two wheels or four, Nancy and I welcome you to stop by, say hello.

At Ride New Mexico we support:

FREEDOM OF THE ROAD FOR:
ALL CULTURES
ALL RELIGIONS
ALL PEOPLE
ALL THE TIME

be strong, be safe, Carlan and Nancy