The Road Dirt Crew
Owner, Editor, Chief Cook & Bottle Washer
What is verifiable, nay certifiable, is Rob’s love of bikes, whether riding, writing, or wrenching on them. With a long family history of motorcycling, Rob has traversed America on two wheels (and a few sundry locales across the globe) but calls north Georgia, USA his home, along with his wife, two daughters, and a menagerie of pets.
Associate Editor, Writer & Part Time Digital Biker Nerd
Yes, he’s one of those. Phil raced Motocross as a young buck, then rejoined the motorcycle craze after the nest emptied. Active in the 70’s precursor to X-Games, Phil never really grew up, which helps since he spends most of his time supporting video and other content over the web. When not touring twisties on his Street Glide with his “Mild Hog” crew, Phil enjoys time on any Apple device, eating & cooking, and spending time with his family – especially his two beautiful grandkids.
Road Dirt Contributors
Ted Edwards requires constant adult supervision. Without it, he will end up party crashing Laguna Seca, small town quilt shows or cattle drives. The next step involves getting recklessly caffeinated at his local cafe and writing the story. This Northwest native’s work has appeared online as a trip writer and gear tester for Bike Bandit and in print for the Vintage Motorcycle Enthusiast newsletter.
Ryan "Ryhno" Nolan
When Ryan isn’t road racing in the CCS Midwest series, he enjoys Motorsports photography, exercise, wearing pink, and a good whiskey. Motorcycles are more than a passion for him. His wife learned this firsthand when motorcycle racing was added to their wedding vows. Ryan’s love of motorcycles comes from his dad, who rode a Suzuki TS185 back in college. For Ryan two wheels is greater than four and single malt scotch is best in a double dose.
Dean grew up with motorcycles, working for a time as a mechanic at a local dealership, racing motocross and flat track, and always with an eye for photography. When not traveling for work or finishing another “honey-do” project around the homestead, Dean’s likely planning his next MotoAmerica or AFT trip. Dean and his wife enjoy spending time with friends and family, cooking and traveling.