August 11, 2021
This week we step it up a bit in the horsepower stakes, taking a look at Aprilia’s new Tuono for 2022. Nic de Sena had a chance to ride both models around the roads of Southern California. They’re a little different from each other for 2022, and the choice to re-focus one of the Tuonos is an interesting one.
In the second segment I chat with an old friend of mine—Dave Donald. He’s been a friend of mine for… yikes… around 20 years—and he’s been riding for way longer than that. Dave has always been good for a laugh, and in this episode he doesn’t disappoint.
So settle in, check out the chats, and please send us your feedback if you feel like it. I hope you enjoy this episode!
August 4, 2021
Yamaha's mighty TW200 has been around since the '80s, yet the magic little machine still endures. What it lacks in displacement it makes up for in fun and rideability. Editor Don Williams chats about his impressions of this great bike.
In the second segment, Contributor Marc Rittner talks to us about his various bike building projects. This is a guy who knows how to create a competitive or highly rideable machine on a budget. He's fun to listen to!
July 28, 2021
Nic de Sena chats with H-D Chief Engineer on the new Sportster S--a massive upgrade for the iconic machine.
In the second segment Arthur Coldwells talks with Corina Roberts of RedbirdsVisions.org about her latest project--helping to save lives on the Angeles Crest Highway and other roads. As co-founder of Highway 2 Track Days, Corina explains what they do, and how she thinks it helps.
July 21, 2021
Senior Editor Nic de Sena gives us his thoughts on Kawasaki's new ZX-10R, a tweaked version of the outrageously successful motorcycle that in Johnnie Rea's hands has won the WSBK Championship for the last six years in a row.
In the second segment we chat with now retired factory professional road racer Eric Bostrom who has an interesting take on back injury, recovery, and ways to help your body heal itself. The inventor of Backmate, Eric talks to us about his discoveries. There must be something to his theories as he now races on and off road bicycles at the professional level.
Download his free eBook for more information, and of course you can order the Backmate at MyBackmate.com
July 14, 2021
This week we go off-road! Don Williams tells us about Honda's brilliant new CRF300L Rally, a very different bike from the CRF300L apparently, and in the second segment Nic de Sena tells us about his recent challenges on the Big Bear Run.
July 7, 2021
The new Yamaha R7 is the supersport version of the company's brilliant MT-07. Ron Lieback got to ride it at the track, and he tells us all about it. In the secnd segment we meet Brian Weston from Arai helmets. Brian explains about Arai's 'glancing off' ideas and much more.
This episode is brought to you by Yamaha Motorcycles--Yamaha Revs Your Heart.
Check out the new Yamaha R7 here!
June 30, 2021
Editor Don Williams gives us his thoughts on Harley's new limited edition, uber-classic, Electraglide Revival. This is one head-turning machine!
June 23, 2021
In this episode Senior Editor Nic de Sena tells about the new Honda Grom and the Barber Small-Bore Festival. In the second segment we chat with Matt Rambow, owner of Colorado Norton Works and his resto-mods.
June 16, 2021
Nic de Sena talks about the new Triumph Speed Triple, and we chat with Kaming Ko--the man who bought a Ducati GP-11 MotoGP bike! Here are two videos. The first is starting the Ducati GP-11 with John Ethell at JETT Tuning, Camarillo, Calif. The second is Arthur riding the Ducati GP-11 for three laps at Buttonwillow Raceway, Calif.
June 9, 2021
Gard Hollinger and his friend, actor Keanu Reeves, created a motorcycle manufacturing company in 2011, and Arch Motorcycle was born. Gard chats with Arthur in this episode on how Arch came about, and where the company may be going.