If you're in to motorcycles, you've likely seen at least one motorcycle related film. But who is "behind the lens" of those movies? Sterling Noren of Noren Films is the producer of over a dozen award winning adventure motorcycling films. And Sterling is one of those people who is dedicated to the rigors of not only riding the trails or roads, but putting the time in to filming, editing and producing the movies that you watch.
Daniel Rintz and Joey Flohr have recently completed a 3 year motorcycle adventure, and are putting together a film about their journeys, a sequel to Daniel’s first film “Somewhere Else Tomorrow”. In this episode, Daniel shares some great tips on making money on the road, travelling in Africa, and more. And Duncan Johnson from African Overlanders talks about getting your motorcycle in to Africa.
If a little is good wouldn’t a lot be better? When a group of experienced travellers plan a trip from Cartegena to Ushuaia they made sure they had fully equipped bikes, an extensive support system and contact network, even a support van and trailer equipped with a generator to charge accessories. When it comes to planning, due diligence is expected, but is meticulous planning better or a problem in itself?
This is the story of a rescue made possible by a satellite communicator, an inReach device. We've used the inReach for some time now, but only have experience with it as a convenient method of staying in contact with family and for checking weather in remote locations. When we were putting together this episode, part of the plan was to talk to someone who had to use their inReach for the purpose of rescue. And while searching for someone with a story, we experienced a rescue mission of our own.
An interview with actor Bug Hall, who plays Arthur Davidson in "HARLEY AND THE DAVIDSONS", a Discovery Channel 3 part mini series which premiered on September 5, 6 & 7. Also available on “Discovery Go” online video portal at https://www.discoverygo.com/harley-and-the-davidsons/ or check your local tv listings to see when it will be available in your area.
A new film has been released worldwide on National Geographic featuring Christophe Barriere-Varju from Multi-Award Winning film Dream Racer, and former Miss Australia and Miss Universe Australia, Laura Csortan.
Nevil Stow, an ex-dogsled guide, is a world adventure motorcycle rider. His fervor for riding and other adventures, has progressed into the 9 Minute Moto Film Festival at the Mad Dog Cafe in Dead Mans Flats in Alberta...Talk motorcycles, and Max Stratton gets excited. His enthusiasm and passion for motorcycling is heard in his voice...
The Dakar Rally is the world’s toughest off-road endurance race, an annual event where racers push themselves to the limit to compete in what has been said to be the most dangerous race, with great challenges in extreme conditions. And Christophe Barriere-Varju has been one of those die-hard competitors, having been in the Dakar Rally four times...
Canmore, Alberta, Canada Lasham and March Deal with Winter Riding
Here’s proof that you don’t need a big motorcycle to have a real adventure. Ed and his trusty Honda C90 have travelled around the world, visiting 36 countries and covering over 70,000 miles.
Alex Chacon's Story
36 countries in 500 days in just under 3 minutes. Hard to believe? Really. Meet Alex Chacon, an adventure motorcyclist who travelled from Alaska to Argentina and captured all the places he visited on a Gopro.
Nick Sanders is the fastest man to ride around the world on a motorcycle.
But its not like you think. Nick is well known, famous, for his endurance LD moto adventures. Solo trips racing across the world in search of another travel record. Yet, after 4000,000 miles of high speed world adventure, with all the dynamics of country to country travel Nick has NOT had even one accident! You may never meet a man more attuned to his two wheels than this one. How many flat tires do you think Nick has changed throughout his career? Just listen - you won't believe this...
Daniel Rintz was born in East Germany at a time when world travel was impossible for his family, but as he entered his teen years the wall fell and Daniels world fell wide open for adventure. Rintz missed nothing in this experience and embraced travel whole heartedly and is now riding adventure motorcycle around the world with Joey, the love of his life.
Seven friends go chasing breadcrumbs through the worlds most desolate and remote location - the Sahara Desert.
Missing just one of the food and fuel caches buried by Beast of Burden at random GPS points could mean death. On top of all that - they filmed the entire trip for the movie - Mondo Sahara.
Austin talks about why this group of friends would do something like this.