Five people who love motorcycles and test them for you and write about them.


Dealers / Cooperations / Tests
Drives GSX and R 1150 and R 1200 R and X8. Comes from Hamburg, but would rather live in the mountains - because of the curves, the weather and the good food. Likes to talk and a lot and is therefore constantly put in front of the camera. You can ask him at 3.00h at night for a small Elbe tour - he is guaranteed to ride along. Mobile bike database on 2 legs.


Mäck's "Alki" Alkofer
Editor / Bike-Tester
As a seasoned Bavarian, he knows all Alpine passes and is now also looking for attractive routes in the far north. He prefers to ride adventure bikes and likes to screw around on them. First moped: Suzuki GS 40 X - of course still stands in screaming orange in one of its many and very well-stocked garages.


"Mopeten-Kabinett" Kehmann
Editor / Bike-Tester
By far the most bizarre team member. Has about 20 mopeds, a new one is added every week. But also Harley and Moto Guzzi. The older the better. Volker feels most comfortable with eggshells and aviator glasses on his bike on the Elbe. Once a year Volker crosses the Alps with an NSU or Simson with a maximum displacement of 50cc.


Developer / Technology / Web
The technician in our team. Lives in Berlin and programs everything in the ground, which is not at 3 on the tree - e.B. also this website. Formerly SR 500 and XJ 600. Came to Yamaha by chance. The dealer was nearby and he needed a bike. So go there, give advice and buy something. Was already at the Nordkapp with his SR.


Tanja "Fräänki"
Guest Presenter / Social Media Aunt
Born in Hamburg by choice, she likes to buy old driving school vehicles and rebuilds them according to her taste. Her motto when screwing: "As long as nothing explodes, everything is fine." She prefers to ride her Kawasaki ER-6N in a pack. He is always hungry and likes to spread a good mood. Would like to bring others closer to the passion for motorcycles and put the hobby in a better light.


Guest Moderator

Loves his '99 "tranny" – and all the other bikes without exception. But also motorcycle tours through the mountains and documentation with mobile phone camera and GoPro. His motto: Can take a little longer! His message: I'll go then! His hobbies: "" and his YouTube channel "Transalpinist – Motorcycle Tours".


Guest Moderator
He changes his bikes like other underpants, but always believes that the next bike will definitely be for eternity.
Has already owned motorcycles from an entire biker's life and therefore came to the realization in half the time, namely in his early 30s, that travel enduros are not wrong at all.
Privately, the YouTube channel "YAY Rides" is operated.