Motorcycle travel roundtable discussions with ARR RAW is a spin-off from the very popular Adventure Rider Radio Podcast and Radio Show.
This monthly ADV motorcycle podcast is hosted by Adventure Rider Radio's Jim Martin with co-hosts, Graham Field, Sam Manicom, Grant Johnson, Shirley Hardy-Rix and Brian Rix. The show also has guests.
62: Ride and Stash
What if you wanted to do a world trip but not all at once, ride for a few months then return home for a few months? What are some of the things that you would need to consider when it comes to storage and leaving your motorcycle behind? And what kind of bike would be best for different types of travel you might be doing while on that trip?
More RAW motorcycle travel episodes available on Adventure Rider Radio at https://adventureriderradio.com/arr-raw.
61: To Wash or Not to Wash? Keeping Clean on the Road
To wash or not to wash? Tips about keeping clean on the road, personal hygiene, clothes and what to do when nature calls. And do you see yourself as a motorcyclist who travels or a traveler who rides a motorcycle and does that even matter? More motorcycle travel episodes available on Adventure Rider Radio at adventureriderradio.com. Have a comment? Go to the episode show notes on our website and have your say at the bottom of the page.
60: Unexpected and Unusual Maneuvers | Don't Mention This at a Border Crossing
At the roundtable on this episode of RAW we talk about obstacles or other bizarre things that we have had to get our motorcycles around, across or over, and some outlandish incidents we’ve had on the road. And should you and how do you hide those things that just might get you in trouble at border crossings?
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59: It's Been a Crazy Year for Motorcycle Travel but the Best is Yet to Come
Regular riding routines, travel & group rides are just some of the things that we are missing this year. While we wait to get back to 'normal' we find ways to replace the things we're missing, like listening to a podcast. Sometimes just talking with friends might be just what we need to get excited about what the future holds for travel and riding. So, sit back & listen as the panel reminisces & projects life on the road. More @ adventureriderradio.com
58: The Essential Entry Level Guide to Overlanding by Motorcycle
Sorting out how to get started is often one of the most difficult parts of any adventure. Just about every rider who’s done an extended trip by motorcycle will tell you about the places they’ve seen, the cultures they’ve been immersed in and the friends that they’ve made. And while the stories may be what inspires you to travel, what you really need to know at the outset is how to plan a trip, what to expect on the road, how to handle situations and more. More episodes at adventureriderradio.com.
57: Blueprints for Overland Motorcycles | Pandemonium in Trip Planning | On the Back of the Bike
If you could design a motorcycle specifically for overlanding, what would your requirements be? And with all the information coming at us from all different directions, how do you sort out the noise about what to take on a bike trip and how to plan it, and what can you do to keep your pillion more comfortable?
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Very Real, very practical
What a great way to spend my 1 hour commute listening to an entertaining discussion on real issues around adventure motorcycle travel, an eclectic mix of commentators, it’s as if you’ve stopped at a bike cafe and are chatting with a bunch of people from around the world, great podcast.