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If you enjoy motorcycles, camping, motorcycle travel, exploring or just some good old off road riding this is the podcast for you. Cody and Chappy are older adults that have been riding motorcycles for many years and will share their experiences both positive and negative with you. They have ridden and raced dirt bikes, traveled on bikes solo and 2-up, as well as alone and with other riders. Cody spends a lot of time camping off of his motorcycle, from the BDR’s to just going for a short adv ...
 
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.
 
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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? More motorcycle travel episodes availabl…
 
Getting on and off your motorcycle seems simple enough, almost so simple that it could be discounted as a riding skill, yet getting on and off a motorcycle can be difficult in certain situations. For instance, if your bike is loaded, or you have a pillion, top box or roll bag. Maybe you ride a tall bike, or you find yourself on a hill facing up or …
 
Seasoned travellers share their best travel tips and advice. Lessons learned on the road that you need to know before you go. This is part TWO of a TWO part series, each featuring different travellers with a vast array of advice. In this episode we hear from world travellers, Spencer Conway and Cathy Nel, Steph Jeavons and Tiffany Coates. Listen to…
 
As 2020 comes to a close and we are looking toward to the future, planning adventures, short or long, near or far, we asked a select group of experienced travellers if they would share their top planning, packing and travel tips. Secrets, so to speak, that you need to know before you go. This is part ONE of a TWO part series, each featuring differe…
 
This past year international travel came to a halt as the pandemic spread around the world, but the power sports industry as a whole has seen a change that no one could have predicted. In this episode, a conversation about what happened and what it could mean for motorcyclists. More motorcycle travel episodes available on Adventure Rider Radio at a…
 
When you ride a motorcycle you need to make sure that you are visible. But, what attracts the attention of drivers the most? Bright coloured helmets, clothing? A light coloured motorcycle? There’s something that stands out much more than any of those things, something that Harry Hurt, author of the Hurt Report, the most detailed motorcycle accident…
 
Regular riding routines, travel, getting together with other riders and events are just some of the things that have been affected in the past year. But while we are missing those things, perhaps we are learning to appreciate the things we didn’t take notice of before. And while we wait to get back to some sense of normal we are finding ways to rep…
 
Bill Whitacre retired a few years ago from his job as CEO of a large agricultural company to allow more time for motorcycle travel. He seems to have an insatiable thirst for learning, and at 67 years old he is fired up about discovering more about the world and the people that inhabit it. On this episode, a conversation about travel and one man’s u…
 
Adventure Rider Radio’s exclusive Gearing Up segments are all about discovering some great gear, ideas and hacks that may make the difference between calling it quits or continuing your ride. And on this episode we talk to Paul Guillien of CruzTOOLS about custom made motorcycle tool roads and what you’ll find in them. And we’ve also got some tips a…
 
Our focus in motorcycling is usually about getting more traction, and rightfully so. We want tires that have good grip, we weight our pegs, we slide our bodies forward or back on our bikes. But, sometimes having less traction may actually work to your advantage. And on this episode of Rider Skills we have Bill Dragoo from DART to tell us about time…
 
The Road to Gobblers Knob, In Clancy’s Boots and Way to Go are just a few of the 18 books written by author and journalist, Geoff Hill. Inspired by his own travels, Geoff is a successful travel writer, most of which is by motorcycle. He’s been shortlisted or won the UK travel Writer of the year nine times and has been hailed in reviews of his best …
 
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 nee…
 
Michnus and Elsebie Olivier have to be two of the busiest people on the road with all their projects and business obligations, but after 10 years of travelling, they are still awed and inspired to explore, a true pair of adventurers. And now after seven months in lockdown due to the pandemic, they are once again on the move. The first thing they wa…
 
Travis and Chantil Gill left on a year long motorcycle adventure with the plan being to explore Morocco and as much of Europe as they could. They had spent years saving and preparing for this trip and with Coronavirus seemingly not too bad in the United States, they decided to take a chance and go ahead with their plans. But just a couple of weeks …
 
There’s a first time for everything, including motorcycle travel, and there’s a lot to consider before heading out on the road. Novice travellers often learn through trial and error, but even seasoned motorcycle travellers can still make mistakes. Getting a heads up on common motorcycle travel mistakes just might give you enough insight to avoid th…
 
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? More motorcycle travel episodes availa…
 
Welcome to Throttled Adventures! Cody and Chappy have some exciting news to share during the Pilot Episode of Our New Podcast about everything to do with motorcycles, camping, travel and pretty much everything motorcycle related. Keep an eye on our website throttledadventures.com for updates, news and our release date for the first full episode! Do…
 
In 2008 BMW introduced the GS Trophy, an international competition where riders from around the world take part in competing on some of the most challenging terrains in exotic locations, and they’ve since continued the competition with qualifier and final event sequels. But, why all the hype about the GS Trophy and what does it mean for adventure m…
 
The mind is a powerful thing and when it’s working against you while riding your bike, then you may as well just get off and walk. Most riders have experienced what’s called choking, when you get confused, lose confidence, and find yourself riding like a beginner. Commonly what riders do when this happens is to stop riding or maybe just avoid those…
 
You’ve got your tool pouch packed with all the essentials for your motorcycle, and your tool box overflowing in your garage, but don’t forget about your most important tools - you use them every day, all day long, at home, at work, and when riding your motorcycle - your hands. It’s crucial that you take care of them, and part of doing that means in…
 
It’s been 13 years since their last production of Long Way Down, and good friends Charley Boorman and Ewan McGregor are back again. This time they rode prototype electric Harley-Davidson LiveWires from the furthest point in South America, Ushuaia, to Los Angeles, culminating in another motorcycle travel series called Long Way Up, where once again t…
 
In 1995, having had three unsuccessful attempts to get through the Darien Gap and one successful Jeep crossing, Patty and Loren Upton took a two-wheel drive Rokon through the Darien Gap. They logged over 125 miles of jungles, rivers, mountains and swamp in 49 days, becoming the first people to cross the Darien Gap on a motorcycle all on land. From …
 
When it comes to getting sidetracked, Ian Coates is what some might call an expert. In 1999, he went on a four month motorcycle trip that lasted fourteen 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 two decades. Fortunately, for Ian, he has a very understanding wife. And …
 
From all around the world, in the far corners of Bulgaria, England, Australia and Canada, the RAW panel once again meets to answer listener questions about they stay in the zone while riding their motorcycles and how they deal with loneliness while on a long distance road trip. More episodes available on Adventure Rider Radio at adventureriderradio…
 
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