Ryan Dickerson: Site editor
Ed Eberhart writes way more than he rides, and that’s a shame. After impulse-buying a Ninja 500 during graduate school, he has always had between 1 and 8 bikes in the garage. He has paid the bills by teaching undergrads, playing on photoshop, and creating marketing materials for everything from Shakespeare anthologies to BMW S1000RRs. He is one of the roughly 9 bajillion people commuting into Buckhead every morning.
Having escaped injury (and victory) during two seasons of WERA racing, Ed mostly gets his jollies by abusing his poor EX250 at trackdays and occasionally reminding himself why his old 748 is such a terrible street bike. There are rumors that he’s racing again this summer, but we’ll believe it when we see it. So far, his greatest motorcycling claim to fame is being faster, smarter, and remarkably better-looking than Ryan Dickerson.
Ed lives in Atlanta with a yeti-sized dog and a bunch of motorcycles. Oddly enough, he is currently very, very single.
Ed Eberhart: CONTRIBUTOR
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Ryan Dickerson has been a motorcycle junkie since the age of 7, when he rode his first Honda 50 around his grandfather’s farm in rural Georgia. Since that day, Ryan has devoted a lot of his spare time to the sport of motorcycles. Whether he’s riding his CRF 50 around his yard (some things never change), hitting up the motocross track or gridding up for an expert club race;
Ryan can usually be found riding something with a motor and two wheels.
Ryan’s evolution into the sport of motorcycle racing has given him a unique perspective that comes through in his writing. From his very first dirt bike at the age of 11 to his newest track toy, Ryan has experienced a lot of success and failures as an amateur racer.