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A weekly motorcycle podcast bringing to you the best travel stories, tech tips and pro instruction from experienced moto travellers and industry experts and leaders. The show for all motorbike enthusiasts around the world. Inspirational, motivating and educational.

Adventure Rider Radio Motorcycle Podcast - Travel Stories, Tech Tips & Pro Instruction Canoe West Media

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A weekly motorcycle podcast bringing to you the best travel stories, tech tips and pro instruction from experienced moto travellers and industry experts and leaders. The show for all motorbike enthusiasts around the world. Inspirational, motivating and educational.

    Where Have You Been, Ian Coates?

    Where Have You Been, Ian Coates?

    When it comes to getting sidetracked, Ian Coates is what some might call an expert. In 1999, he went on a 4 month motorcycle trip that lasted 14 years and a few years ago he went for a day ride that took him a year. He’s actually been on the road for most of the last 2 decades. When we caught up with Ian, he was at home again in England waiting out the pandemic and planning his next adventure. But for how long this time? And where has he been for the last few years? More at adventureriderradio.com. 

    • 53 min
    The Final Chapter of Southward Chronicles | Backcountry Discovery Routes

    The Final Chapter of Southward Chronicles | Backcountry Discovery Routes

    We followed Jeremy Kroeker and Elle West as they rode from Canada to Ushuaia on a year long trip. What’s it like to get back to normal life now that their year long adventure has come to an end and what's in their future? And Backcountry Discovery Routes is a non profit organization that creates off-byway routes - mainly dirt for adventure motorcyclists. How do they choose the routes, how challenging are they, do they rate them and how and who are they designed for? More at adventureriderradio.com

    • 1 hr 28 min
    Rider Skills: Mud Riding Tips and Tricks - Chris Birch

    Rider Skills: Mud Riding Tips and Tricks - Chris Birch

    If you’re going to ride in the mud with your adventure bike you’re going to need some specific skills for it. You’ll need to approach it differently than hard packed dirt and you really should be prepping your bike for it ahead of time. Mud riding is challenging, but the with the tips and tricks that professional rider and instructor, Chris Birch, shares with us on this episode of Rider Skills, you may just learn to love it.
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    • 1 hr 20 min
    Choosing Motorcycle Brake Pads - What is Brake Fade?

    Choosing Motorcycle Brake Pads - What is Brake Fade?

    If you’ve found yourself staring at the brake pad offerings for your motorcycle, wondering why the huge price variance or the difference between organic pads and sintered pads, you’re not alone. It’s a confusing process that often appears to be price driven - so you choose which ever pad you can afford or that fits into what you feel like spending when in fact that isn’t the way to choose at all. And what about that dreaded brake fade? What is it and why does it happen? More at adventureriderradio.c

    • 42 min
    The Outback Way - The Longest Shortcut

    The Outback Way - The Longest Shortcut

    The Outback Way in Australia is a 2800 km trail passing through remote areas which means off-roaders need to be prepared for anything. Doug Mullett, took his V-Strom on the trail, which typically takes about a week to traverse. He took riding courses, a motorcycle first aid course and had detailed emergency plans. But even the best laid plans can lead to misadventures, and on two separate adventures in 10 months, the Royal Flying Doctor Service was called in to rescue him. More at adventureriderradio.com

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Vladivostok to Bulgaria - Navigating a World of Language Incommunicado

    Vladivostok to Bulgaria - Navigating a World of Language Incommunicado

    They called their group ‘The Siberian Seven’, the brainchild of retired rancher Kym Osborne and his wife, Lenore from Australia. Looking to step up their motorcycle adventures the plan was to travel to foreign countries where they couldn’t understand or read the language. They shipped their bikes from Melbourne to Vladivostok and over the next six months they saw many incredible vistas and experienced everything from mishaps, broken bones, false accusations to tragedy. More at adventureriderradio.com.

    • 1 hr 43 min

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