Bits & Peaces

MOTO WEEK: Your Everything Primer for Motorcycle Camping

MOTO WEEK: Your Everything Primer for Motorcycle Camping

Ride scenic, twisty roads all day. Belly up to a campfire, eat some satisfying camping food, enjoy a favorite beverage with your friends. Finally, sleep a deep, happy sleep in your warm sleeping bag. Repeat until it's time to head home. Sounds good right? Then why aren't you doing it every chance you get? Odds are it's because you don't think you have a suitable motorcycle, don't have the right gear, and don't have the “fieldcraft” you think you need to do it right. And that's what we're here for today—steer you in the right direction to becoming a happy...

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Five Folk & Country Artists You Need to Know

Five Folk & Country Artists You Need to Know

. . . even if you don’t like country “I listen to everything,” we say as people who have traveled to at least one foreign country and read more than a book a year. “Except country,” we finish with a shudder. But if your knowledge of country music is only the red-dixie-cup, daisy-dukes variety, you’re missing out on a diverse and sonically profound genre. It’s true, you won’t hear these artists much on your local country music radio, but if you’re at all plugged into the music scene these are the artists shaping the craft of folk and country music....

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National Protect Your Hearing Month

National Protect Your Hearing Month

This October, EarPeace is celebrating National Protect Your Hearing Month. It's a time to raise awareness about noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) and how to protect yourself from it. NIHL is an irreversible, progressive hearing disorder that affects your ability to hear and is a result of prolonged exposure to loud noises. For instance, if you work in an environment that has loud noises like machinery or music for long periods of time and aren't wearing ear protection, your ears are at risk! That's why we want to make sure everyone knows how they can protect themselves and their loved ones...

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For the Festival

For the Festival

It doesn’t matter how shitty or amazing the first music festival you ever attended was, it lives long after the dust and the heat and the reverberation of the bass speakers fade. Maybe it’s because those first experiences are wrapped in freedom and connection and the joyous flood of the senses where everything is hot, dusty, (or worse, rainy) and unbearable except for the fact that you are there with your friends, known and unknown, and the whole world is alive with the sound of your collective heartbeat. A lot of us were young in those first experiences, so of...

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