An inside look at the motorcycle industry.
Episode 6 - Rennie Scaysbrook
In this episode we sit down with Rennie Scaysbrook, who will be competing in the 2019 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb onboard an Aprilia Tuono V4 1100 Factory.
Episode 5 - Oscar Solis, Pirelli Tires
Oscar Solis, the Road Race Manager for Pirelli North America joins us on this episode to discuss everything we wanted to know about tires.
Episode 4 - Reid Wilson, Indian Motorcycle
In this episode, we sit down with Reid Wilson, the senior director of marketing and planning at Indian Motorcycle. Our discussion covers the new FTR1200 street bike, and the moves that Indian is making as a global motorcycle brand.
Episode 3 - Giovanni Castiglioni, CEO of MV Agusta
An interview with MV Agusta CEO Giovanni Castiglioni, we talk about the future of this Italian motorcycle brand: where it will, and more importantly will not, be racing; what motorcycles it will be making; and what the future of the motorcycle landscape looks like for MV. Giovanni drops some interesting bombshells in this interview, so you won't want to miss it.
Episode 2 - Honda Gold Wing Press Launch
Straight from the Honda Gold Wing press launch in Austin, TX, Jensen Beeler (Asphalt & Rubber), Lemmy (RevZilla), Adam Waheed (Riders Domain), and Abhi Eswarappa (Bike-urious) to discuss what it's like to ride this iconic touring motorcycle for the first time.
Episode 1 - Ducati Panigale V4 S Press Launch
Recorded at the Ducati Panigale V4 S press launch in Spain, Jensen Beeler (Asphalt & Rubber), Rennie Scaysbrook (Cycle News), and Adam Waheed (Riders Domain) discuss what it's like to ride Ducati's brand new four-cylinder superbike.
As a Brap buff, 2 enthusiasts enthusiast, and potential Motor maniac(?); I always look forward to the Beeler hard take. Its great to enjoy questions that shape as well as reflect political aspects of the one thing I give a friggin hoot aboot.
This podcast series paired with Cleveland Moto literally convinced me to buy my first new bike (fz07 btw) out of knowledge guilt. Spoiler warning- listen to these 3 podcasts and you will spend money on motorcycles and technically be a philanthropist which is good.
Great interviews and round table discussions
Round table discussions with journalists right after a launch or test ride is awesome. Interview with top executives can’t be beat.
Is that the cocaine sniffles Mr MV Agusta has? LoL