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Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by lucky23, Feb 5, 2019.
Another vote for „Brap Talk!“ from Asphalt & Rubber.
We added a youtube live video of the Cleveland Moto podcast. Now you can listen in vivid color and see all the ugly in person!
Motopod if you like to follow road racing.
I find Revzilla's to be quite enjoyable.
Spiritual thoughts, Zen and the art or moto-minimalism!
"Chasing the Horizon" - Motorcycles and the Motorcycle Industry In Depth, by Wes Fleming
Cleveland IMS Show recap (including footage from the show)
Cleveland Moto Podcast!!
Two Wheel Power Hour..... and catch it on IHeart radio podcasts. Very good and very diverse programming.
My god this one is funny whether you like racing or not. Fantastic story telling by Steve. Good for the Jo Momma crowd
The series with Casey Stoner is good too.
I love BrotoGP but it may not appeal to the broadest demographic. Many episodes NSFW and annoying/funny...just a bit of editing would help...but I approve and look forward to each episode.
This one is well crafted and not really representative of the looser (not loser) MotoGP episodes.
Highside/Lowside is pretty fun (Revzilla's podcast). So far, it's mostly musings and commentary on various aspects of riding culture. No reviews, and not really about industry news.
If you like long distance riding or LD rallies.
In January my brothers and I decided to start hosting/publishing a short podcast about motorcycling. I'm really the only motorcyclist in the group but they provide comedy relief to the mix and we try to have just your normal everyday run-of-the-mill guest here and there. We are not nearly in the same league as some of the ones already suggested, but we like to think we appeal to a certain niche. LOL
Anyway, this one I post here involves an off road adventure tale which is pretty humorous. Have a listen, and then if your curious go ahead and listen to some of the others. We have 13 so far. If you search at Apple, its simply Slablog Podcast. We're also listed at most of the places you can hear podcasts; Stitcher, Google Play, iHeartRadio, Spotify, etc.