Podcast 270: Everyone Should Have a KLR650

This week on our motorcycle podcast we hear about Emma and her magic finger that diddled Yuri’s Norton back to life.
Then we hear from Liza who gives a review of her new KLR650, and why she thinks everyone needs one. This also leads to a conversation about the amazing deals you can get when buying a used bike in the 3-4k range.
Next up Emma brings us a History Hole on Dunlop tires, and explains why they’re made by Goodyear?
Lastly we finish with listener emails.
With Liza, Jeremy, Bagel, Miss Emma, Joanne, Naked Jim and Nak.
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Podcast 261: Road Trippin Across Americuh

This week on our motorcycle podcast we have a large and rambunctious crowd, but somehow manage to keep it on task and have a fun time.
First we hear from Nak, who won this week’s TJ Hooker award by thwarting some criminals from stealing his bike.
Then we hear from Bagel, who just returned from his trip across the country on his Vespa in the Scooter Cannonball Run, and somehow managed to avert death on worn out tires.
Then we hear an interview with author Mike Baron, who wrote a series of books about a bad ass, Harley riding ex-con turned private investigator, who’s living the life many bikers wish they could. Find it on Amazon and Kindle.
Next up we hear from fellow podcast host and biker Matthew Banks, who’s only been riding 6 months, but is heading out on his first cross country moto adventure. We give him as much advice as we can on making it a safe and fun trip.
Lastly, we read listener emails, and answer the question “Have you ever been one with your bike?”
With Liza, Mycah, Henry, Electric Terry, Isaac, Bagel, Miss Emma, Matthew, Bex, Bryan, Brandon and Nak.
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Podcast 269: Jocelin Snow, Shawn Thomas and the Mongolian GS Trophy

This week on our motorcycle podcast we celebrate our 5th birthday (insert party noises here). We talk about our origins, and share some of our favorite moments and guests over the years.
Then we premier a new segment called the AMA minute, where we bring to you the latest news from the American Motorcycle Association.
Next up we hear from Jocelin Snow and Shawn Thomas about their recent trip to Mongolia for the GS Trophy. Jocelin explains that it was one of the hardest things she’s done, and Shawn explains that going to the gym in preparation was one of the hardest things he’s done. But seriously, this is a brutal multi nation competition that requires you to be one of the top riders in the world. We can’t wait to see what they put them through next.
Lastly, we finish with listener emails and give out some advice.
With Liza, Nak, Mean Megan, James, Jon Dalton, Bagel, Emma, Shawn, Jocelin, Tim, Rick, Henry and Bex.
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Podcast 268: LA Stories

Liza and Jim took a trip to LA to take in as much of the SoCal motorcycle culture as they could, conducting interviews along the way. This show features some of the highlights.
They start with the Custom Revolution exhibit at the Petersen Automotive Museum where Paul D’Orleans has helped to curate an exhibit of custom bikes from around the world. And with the Petersen’s know how in displaying vehicles in new and insightful ways, you can spend hours staring and taking in all the details in craftsmanship. They also explore the other motorcycles throughout the museum, getting stories along the way, and even getting access to the bikes in the vault not currently on display.
Next they visit the Garage Company, brain child of builder and collector Yoshi Kosaka. This place is a museum and a custom bike building wonderland. Definitely want to go back and spend more time there. They were fortunate to run into builder Jeremy Hutch, who they had met at the One Show in Portland. They sit down with Hutch and learn more about his background and building style.
Lastly they visit the famed Lucky Wheels Garage, a co-op motorcycle space that immediately feels like coming home. They threw a little barbeque co-hosted with Junky Turdman from the Creative Riding Podcast, and ask the attendees Liza’s favorite question.
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