April 19, 2015
- Nick Tasker
- William Steadham
- Steven Axtell
- Blaine Johnson
Theme music composed and performed by Raoul Lowe
Episode 202 – Podcasters who have gone on a tangent and those who will
April 12, 2015
This week the guys discuss the existential crisis of math as it pertains… ya know what? None of that happens. We do ramble on about the potential coolness of Honda, the Bulldog Concept, and then give a quick mention to some Yamaha recall news. Then we go on and on and on about the whole “those who crash and those who are going to crash” nonsense, give some luggage advice, create a drinking game and ring a bell (make out of a coffee mug). It’s all the rage. Get in on it!
Kristin Casey returns to tell us about back to back race weekends at Roebling Road and Daytona International Raceway. We’ll cover some post-race topics, getting the bike back into racing form, packing up for a race weekend, cleanup after a crash, and hey… who doesn’t like discussing that awesome RV!
March 19, 2015
We talk. We read feedback. We opine.
I decided to take a look at the bikes-for-sale listings on one of the popular motorcycle forums. The forum in question has a focus on ADV bikes, but it’s a large global market place. Anyway, here’s a listing of ads that had activity (new posts, new replies, etc) in a one-day period (business hours, Eastern time). Just found this list interesting.
Discuss: ready… set… GO!
Episode 198: There are only three sports
Recorded February 27, 2015
This we we have a few news items and reviews, then it’s hip deep in feedback. ALL THE FEEDBACK!
Sound Rider gear and equipment
We got this email from listener Bryan Skinner, and thought the emails back and forth would make a good blog post.
I stumbled upon your Podcast in search of finding an enjoyable conversation on motorcycling and I’ve really been enjoying listening to you both.
Question: The issue I’m confused about is how can a Yamaha FJ-09 which is 847cc have so much more horsepower than my Honda VTX1300 cc ?
My 1300cc has 57HP and 75 torque verse the FJ-09 847cc and 115HP and 65 torque. Doesn’t cubic inches relate to Horsepower. Is it because the Yamaha is more modern than my 2005yr Honda VTX 1300 ?
We asked riders to write up something that shows how a communications system could, or does, enhance their rides. We got lots of great feedback and have picked a winner.
Out of 29 respondents, numbered 1 through 29 in order of their typed submission on the blog post, and using the online random number generator we use very often, the winning number is #5, Quentin Lewis!
Congratulations, Quentin! We’ll reach out shortly and get your your prize, a used-but-good-condition Scala Rider system, courtesy of listener and friend of the show, Ed Day! Thanks again, Ed!
Stay tuned for March’s give away.
(for the sake of completeness, a list of the respondents is shown below, in the order of submission)