Spurgeon Dunbar and Zack Courts co-host in-depth conversations about the most exciting topics in the world of motorcycles. Now in Season 3, Highside/Lowside features the insights and opinions of the most prominent moto-minds in podcasting.
S3 E3: The 150hp/249lb Adventure Bike (Does Not Exist)
If you were to build the perfect ADV bike, what would be on it? It's a fun question to ponder, and exactly what the guys discuss in this episode of Highside/Lowside.
S3 E2: Triumph Trident vs. Yamaha MT-09 - Likes/Dislikes
Two of the most exciting bikes of 2020, discussed in detail by three of the most exciting voices in motorcycling. What's not to love? The guys talk about the new Triumph Trident and Yamaha MT-09 bikes in this week's conversation with special guest, Ari Henning.
S3 E1: Can A Motorcycle Be Too Cheap?
Season 3 of HSLS kicks off as Spurg welcomes his new co-host Zack Courts to the program, introduces some of the updated format changes, and then gets into a deep-dive discussion with Lance Oliver (Managing Editor of Common Tread) around where to draw the line when saving on a motorcycle.
S2 E12: How Can Motorcycling Make A Comeback? - Season 2 Finale
Spurg and Zito talk with Ari Henning and Zack Courts to discuss what motorcycling can do to kick the industry into a higher gear both now and in the future.
S2 E11: Annoying Things Motorcyclists Do (Lemmy's Final Episode). INTERVIEW: Zach Parham - President & CEO of J&P Cycles
On the bike or off, there are a lot of things that motorcyclists do that annoy everyone. From ways that they ride, to the personality traits that they display in group conversations, these are the facepalm moments we all have encountered. It also happens to be Lemmy's final episode on the couch, so listen in as the guys discuss the things riders do that make them all go crazy.
S2 E10: Our Favorite Motorcycle Engines. INTERVIEW: Genevieve Schmitt - Founder of 'Women Riders Now'
The power plant is what propels us all forward, and some just do the job better than others. In this episode of Highside/Lowside, the guys discuss their favorite motorcycle engines of all-time. Whether it is the acoustics, performance, or overall look and feel, in the end it all comes down to opinion, and the fellas have more than a few on the topic.