I have a few sites to recommend. I have no affiliation, they are not paid placements.

Other motorcycle travel bloggers that have inspired some of my rides: 

Sarawak Adventure Rider 

Vietnam Coracle

Orsons Travel Blog

Motorcycle Meanders

Motogirl in Thailand

Forum ride reports that inspired me: 

Ride for Smiles

Around the world in 800 days

Facebook group recommendation:

Black Dog Adventure Club – A great bunch of guys who organise good low cost bike tours in Asia.

Rental shops I can recommend: 

Pop Rider Thailand

Flamingo travel Vietnam 

Rocker Moto Croatia

Motorcycle forum I that has inspired some of my riding:

Ride Asia

Best roads guide for Europe

Motorcycle Diaries

Worldwide sights and roads for riders


Other links

Motorcycle bloggers I read. 

The Road to Nowhere – Fuzzy Galore –   Trobairitz’ Tablet – Zed14

Tarsnakes – Confessions of an Ageing Motorcyclist – Daves Viewpoint

 Bandit Rider – The Church of the Open Road Press

Riding on a VStar – Moto ManiaTombstones Travels

Australian Motorcycle Diaries – Lady on Motorbike – Tales from the road

Flies in your teeth – Helmet Stories – Rider Chris – MotoAdrenaline tours

Motonoodles – Motorumla – On The Back Wheel – Moto Japan – A view from above

Bike tech 7 – Asphalt and Beyond – Bikehedonia

Miles for Minds – On Her Bike – I Have a Dream – On the Run

MotoMorgana – Riding with the wolf – XT Adventures Notiers Frontiers

(I have removed quite a few blogs that are no longer being updated. Some people seemed to stop writing or riding all of a sudden. Perhaps they just post on their Facebook instead)

His Dear George was amusing one time then became a dummy spit however elsewhere he writes some entertaining things in the Facebook ocean of advertisements – Boris Mihailovic 

The Horizons Unlimited Facebook page occasionally has nice photos but also lots of people trying very hard to impress others.

I used to read a lot of ride reports on the ADV Forum but recently many have become contrived. One great ride report I remember is Angola, its not like they said – this starts as a bit of a lark but develops into a edge of the seat story. If you are bored of the usual ‘look at me’ overland riders posts and want something real, read this.