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.
Rider Skills: The Turn Around - Clinton Smout
When you see a group of motorcyclists getting ready to ride away after a break, you can be pretty sure that in that group, in any group really, you’ll probably see a few that haven’t got the hang of ‘The Turn Around’, especially in dirt. It becomes more obvious especially if they have to change directions, but even the slightest direction change at low speed can cause problems for many riders. On this episode of our exclusive RIDER SKILLS©, mastering ‘The Turn Around’. More at adventureriderrad
Life is an Adventure - Kelvin and Suzie Prevett
Kelvin and Suzie Prevett met through a biker meet up app, and they were clear from the onset that neither was interested in a relationship. But, within a couple of months they realized they had fallen for each other. One thing led to another and soon they were planning their trip to South America. When a friend asked when they were going to take the plunge and go on the journey they were talking about, they took a leap of faith and booked their flights and the two year adventure began.
Motorcycle Musings: Chris Carter - Motion Pro
Chris Carter started riding motorcycles back in the 1960’s when he was a teenager, in 1968 he started riding trials and then moved on to motocross and off-road racing. After working in the powersports industry for many years, he founded Motion Pro in 1984, first selling motorcycle cables and a few years later a tool line was added. Chris talks about some of the ways that motorcycles has made his life a grand experience. and he has more than a few good stories to tell.
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Discovery on the Dalton - Kevin Stratton
In 2013 Kevin Stratton and his son left Minnesota and headed up the Dalton Highway, with Kevin hoping that the motorcycle trip would create a strong bond between father and son. They had no off road experience and many mistakes were made along the way, but fortunately Kevin is an experienced camper, so they weren’t completely unprepared. And although Kevin thought that things were going very well, in the end it didn’t turn out the way Kevin had hoped.
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Sam Manicom: The Most Supportive Person in the Room
Sam Manicom has been drawn to adventure from a very young age, he’s travelled extensively, has compiled a wealth of knowledge, and advocates motorcycle travel in particular, encouraging people to just follow their dreams. Whether you’re looking for inspiration, stories or valuable information, Sam is the person you can depend upon to do the research, present the facts and to be the most supportive person in the room.
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Riding the Great River Road
This summer, in two trips, brothers Jared Andersson and Heath Anderson rode on the Great River Road. They set out with a purpose of experiencing the Mississippian cultures and places that are testament to the pre-Columbian world, long erased and forgotten. Visiting sites of the early native people, ancient mound sites, eating walleye and looking for wild rice made for stories to be shared of self-discovery, and an appreciation for the lands and people, both past and present. More at adventureriderradio.com.