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 E12: Talkin' Bikes W/ FortNine's RyanF9
For the final episode of Season 3 of HSLS, we invited our friend and fellow moto-media junkie, RyanF9 to throw on the headphones and join the podcast to do what we do best... talk about motorcycles. It was a fitting end to Season 3 and tees us all up to kick off Season 4 in the months to come!
S3 E11: Answering Our Favorite Listener Comments
We asked for your questions, and you answered! Now we have some answers (or at least some educated thoughts) for you. In this episode Spurg and Zack have a wide-ranging conversation around some of our favorite listener comments from Season 3.
S3 E10: Harley Pan America, Hayabusa, KLR650, Radar Cruise, and more!
From Harley-Davidson's first foray into the world of ADV, to long-standing models like the Hayabusa and KLR, this episode of Highside/Lowside is all about the bikes that belong at the forefront of our mind.
S3 E9: Mechanical Motorcycle Mistakes We All Make
From cleaning and lubing a chain, to far more robust mechanical undertakings, where is the line for what you can handle yourself, and what should you turn over to a pro? In this episode, the HSLS crew discusses mechanical mistakes they have all made, and the points at which they throw up their hands and take it to the shop.
S3 E8: Motorcycle Mishaps and How to Avoid Them
We all make mistakes, even the best. Listen in as the HSLS crew talks about some of the biggest mishaps they've had on motorcycles over the years, and provide a bit of direction on how to keep from repeating their errors.
S3 E7: Best Motorcycle Tech
Technology rules the world, and it's made a monumental impact on motorcycling too. Gone are the days of the kickstarter and non-ABS brakes. We're living in the future, and we like it. In this episode Spurg and Zack invite guest host Ari Henning to talk about the very best advancements we've seen in moto over the past 20 years.
Vintage motorbikes, really?
You just called my 2007 Ducati S2R1000 "vintage", what does that make my 93 Cagiva Elefant an antique? You probably meant to say iconic, so for your next "commenter" podcast what makes a motorcycle iconic or just resigned to the annals of history and can you remember the most forgotten motorcycle?
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Ok, there aren’t many podcasts about motorcycling... but it’s great to hear the guys banter about it. Even learn some new things sometimes!
.....but I just miss Lemmy so much. His baritone voice and flowing locks. The other 2 do a good job to fill the void, but they’re no Lemmy