The Voice of Motorcycle Travel and Exploration
Adventure Rider Radio Motorcycle Podcast is the adventure travel motorcycle show and the most listened-to motorcycle podcast in the world. Stories of travel, adventure, Rider Skills™, industry pros, tech, tips, and much more. A motorcycle show for all riders on any type of motorbike.
On this episode of Rider Skills, Coach Ramey Stroud teaches two methods to steer your motorcycle with your rear wheel. Coach Ramey Stroud operates a world class motorcycle training centre, is a former desert racer, rally and enduro rider, has completed several IronButt events and works with professional racers and endurance riders, as well as adventure riders.
What tires do these experienced motorcycle riders use and how do you handle cultural and political differences while travelling in different countries. Round table discussions with some of the world’s most experienced moto adventurers and authors.
Ethanol has been around for almost 200 years, but it’s only been in the last 15 years that we’ve been hearing more about it. And the topic of ethanol in gasoline has got a lot of feathers ruffled. Although it’s in our gasoline, the public has never been educated about it. So, exactly what is ethanol and how is it affecting your motorcycle? Should you be concerned about ethanol in fuel? Answers to these questions and more when we discuss ethanol and motorcycles with Michael Sayre from the American Motorcyclist Association and Chris Real from DPS Technical, Inc, both experts in the motorcycle industry.
A popular adventure for motorcyclists is the PanAmerican route, from Alaska to Argentina, and to get from Panama to Colombia, you have to go through, which isn’t necessarily a good idea, or around the Darien Gap. On this episode we have four different stories about crossing the Gap, and some options to choose from, with some great tips about how to go about getting your motorcycle around one of the most dangerous jungles in the world.
Motorcycle valve adjustments can be inconvenient at best, but throughout the life of the motorcycle, many riders will eventually have to deal with it themselves or pay someone to do it for them. But not all motorcycles require valve adjustments, so why does yours? Karl Engellenner, expert motorcycle machinist, answers our questions about valve adjustments.
Motorcycle Travel Discussions with some of the world’s most experienced moto adventurers and authors. On this episode: Different ways to chronicle your trip, managing weight on your motorcycle, times when the panel have had to improvise on tools, and what to do with your gear when you have to park your motorcycle overnight.
Motorcycle Travel Discussions with some of the world’s most experienced moto adventurers and authors. On this episode: How to know the difference between a gut feeling that is well worth following and paranoia. And when everything goes pear shaped and you find yourself in almost unsurmountable trouble, do you already have a plan in place?
Motorcycle Travel Discussions with some of the world’s most experienced moto adventurers and authors. This episode of RAW is dedicated to cooking and eating on the road while motorcycle camping and travelling. Tips on what to take and more.