2017-02-07 19:58:09+0000 - Toronto, Ontario, Canada

It's happening Saturday, May 27th at 10 am ET

This year, for the very first time, EatSleepRIDE will host the largest motorcycle SyncRIDE ever.

Around the world, across time zones, on any bike, riders are invited to ride to be seen, alone in a group, to celebrate safe riding, everywhere.

Kickstands up Saturday, May 27th 07:00 Pacific Time. Join EatSleepRIDE and the global community of motorcycle riders as we SyncRIDE in an attempt to create a world record-breaking display of moto-visibility.

Los Angeles, USA 07:00.

Vancouver, Canada 07:00.

Calgary, Canada 08:00.

Mexico City, Mexico 09:00.

Toronto, Canada 10:00.

New York, USA 10:00.

London, UK 15:00.

Paris, France 16:00.

Sydney, Australia 23:59.

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Host a ride

Want to host a meeting point and lead a ride? Send a note to or comment below.

Let's make a difference.


To connect all riders for the SyncRIDE and qualify for a world record attempt, you'll need to download the EatSleepRIDE Motorcycle GPS app free for both iOS and Android.

We'll use the app to check into the ride and as a proof mechanism for the world record attempts. In the meantime, you can use the ESR app in conjunction with EatSleepRIDE.com to help you discover and share the best roads to ride, track unlimited rides, find riders nearby and stay up to date on what's going on in motorcycling.

Ride safe and check out CRASHLIGHT in-app to automatically detect a crash and notify set contacts of your exact location.

Featuring the SyncRIDE moto-doc short film series

In honour of this first annual event, EatSleepRIDE and its partners are releasing a series of seven short moto-docs that capture the spirit of how we ride. These short films also serve to promote positive attitudes toward motorcycling through highly personal and inspiring profiles of motorcycle riders and build positive sentiments for riding, the community and the industry.

A new ride will be released weekly in the seven weeks leading up to the SyncRIDE.

7 Days, 7 Riders, 7 Roads, 7 Bikes moto-doc series

Discover new inspiration through the eyes of seven unique and fascinating motorcycling riders on their favorite local roads.

MONDAY with Moto Lady

Moto Lady Alicia Elfving describes her personal journey of discovery while restoring her 1998 Custom Ducati Monster 750 which she rides along Route 33 through Los Padres National Park, California.

TUESDAY with Erik Buell

Erik Buell enjoys his own, finely-tuned EBR 1190SX Superbike past lakes, streams, and acres of rolling farmland outside of Troy, Wisconsin.

WEDNESDAY with James T

US Marine Corps Veteran James T. rides his 1980 Honda Goldwing up nostalgic Hwy 22 along the Michigan coast and through the Tunnel of Trees.

THURSDAY with Michelle Lupi

Michele Lupi, editor of Italy’s Icon & Flair and Rolling Stone Magazine weaves his BMW R80 Basic through the Italian countryside between Varzi and Bobbio.

FRIDAY with Josephine Flohr

In the mountains around the southernmost tip of South Africa, Josephine Flohr takes her BMW R80GS on epic roads.

SATURDAY with Lana MacNaughton

Photographer and Women's Moto Exhibit founder Lanakila MacNaughton takes you on her journey from high school recluse to success story with photographer Adri Law with her HD Sportster on Highway 84 to the Gorge, in Oregon.

SUNDAY with Alex Crookes

ESR Co-Founder Alex Crookes will tackle … well, that's a surprise.

Ride safe and ride often.

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