Motorcyclist on Beartooth Highway

About Ride to Food

Ride to Food was created in 2016 to provide a platform where you can gain knowledge, insight, and inspiration to make planning your motorcycle trip a little bit easier.

Here, we believe that traveling (whether solo or not)...

➤ Can positively impact your life and well-being

➤ Doesn’t have to be expensive

➤ Can be a fun day trip or a month-long adventure

➤ Is for everyone

Ready to hit the road?

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Meet the founder of Ride to Food

Hey y'all, I'm Staci Wilt!

I am a freelance photographer and marketing strategist based in the United States.

I didn’t grow up in a family that rode motorcycles. Two-wheeled machines were something that fascinated me since I was child, when the movie Motocrossed came out on Disney.

However, it wasn’t until I was 20 that I purchased my first bike, a 2011 Harley-Davidson 48 Sportster. I started to solo travel “long distance” within a few months of riding and took my first cross-country trip in early 2013.

Since then, I've ridden over 250,000+ miles traveling solo. I'm here to help you do the same!

Meet the bikes

Traveling on a motorcycle comes in a variety of forms, and customizing my bikes to fit my needs has always had a few priorities: Style, Comfort, and Quality. I've grown to enjoy learning about bike parts and accessories that make touring a bit easier as well as making my bike fit me.

Over the years, I’ve built four different motorcycles and have done countless miles on them (literally). Check them out below!

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2011 Sportster

Miles Ridden: 45,000

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2003 Sportster

Miles Ridden: I lost count

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2015 Dyna LowRider

Name: Lemmy

Miles Ridden: 92,000

Low Rider ST

2023 Low Rider ST

Name: Waylon

Mile's Ridden: 12,000 and counting!

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