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Episode #6 – Mark Kinney

Episode #6 – Mark Kinney   This week meet retired Airforce Airman and fellow PNW rider Mark Kinney. He talks about his first experiences riding as a kid, as well as adventures like riding all day just to get a Chicago dog and exploring the Palouse. Here’s some more pictures that he’s shared…

Episode #5 – Larry Garner

Episode #5 – Larry Garner   This week we sit down with motorcycle rider and sailor Larry Garner as he regales us with stories of riding in Canada and the beauty + adventure contained therein.  During this week’s episode he mentions the hot springs near Swan Lake, British Colombia, well they are called Lussier Hot […]

Episode #4 – Travis Howe

Episode #4 – Travis Howe This week meet my buddy Travis and hear about his antics of learning to ride a motorcycle in flip-flops in Nicaragua as well as some of the trips he took by motorcycle whilst living there. Sit down with a favorite hot or warm beverage of your choice and enjoy!

Episode #3 – Giovanni Reniero

Episode #3 – Giovanni Reniero This week on the podcast my guest is world traveler Giovanni Reniero as he shares some grin-inducing stories about his ride through Iran and Nepal on his trip from England to Asia! Also, check out his website that he is working on to share his travels at:

Episode #2 – Iain Glynn

Episode #2 – Iain Glynn This week meet the CRO, Chief Riding Officer of Touratech USA Iain Glynn as he talks about how he got started riding motorcycles and formed a club and then later got a pair of vintage Honda Goldwings and set off on a 40 day tour of the country with his […]

Episode #1 – Matt Willson

Episode #1 – Matt Willson In this first episode Matt talks about how he got started riding motorcycles and shares about his road trip on the back of one. Here’s a link to the book he mentioned (it’s still available! click on it if you want to get one) Thanks for listening and stay tuned […]

It’s In My Blood

I started riding late in my life…I never grew up around motorcycles, I never watched my dad turn wrenches on motorcycles (or any vehicle for that matter), and I never had friends who rode bikes. So when it came to shopping for and purchasing a motorcycle as a 25 year old man joining up with […]