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June 28, 2018 10:21 AM PDT

If you’re looking to up your riding skills or just spend a day having fun, then why not spend a day in the dirt. This week’s guest will explain just why that is.

This week we bring on motorcycle trainer and dirt bike racer Jason Sherman of Dirt First by Motoventures to share with us why spending time in the dirt on two wheels can help build confidence and better your skills as a street bike rider and a whole lot more.

So grab a cold beverage and join us. Or take us when you hit the road, by downloading the show and taking it with you, as we serve up another great hour of the best in Ridertainment. For more about Jason Sherman and Dirt First by Motoventures visit them at
www.dirtbikesafetytraining.com

For more about the World of Motorcycling visit www.worldofmotorcycling.com

June 21, 2018 09:53 AM PDT

This week we bring on motorcycle historians Jack Mackay and Tom Samuelson, to share some very interesting history most people have never have heard of before. Such as, who was the first woman to ride and eventually race a motorcycle? Answer, not who you think and a whole lot more.

So grab a cold glass of water of water and an ice cream cone and join us. Or if you’re wanting to hit the road, you can download the show and take it with you, as we serve up another cool hour of the best in Ridertainment. For more about Pacific NW Museum of Motorcycling visit www.pnwmom.com

For more about the World of Motorcycling visit www.worldofmotorcycling.com

June 14, 2018 08:55 AM PDT

This week we bring on Chris Westerhom founder of Dragons Last Ride, to share how he started the ride and what it's done to benefit those who've received financial help from it and much more.

So grab a hot coffee, bagel and join us. Or if you’re itching to hit the road, download the show and take it with you, as we serve up another great hour of Ridertainment.

For more about the World of Motorcycling visit www.worldofmotorcycling.com

June 07, 2018 09:50 AM PDT

This week the Crew digs into the latest happening within the Motorcycling world including Fords move to add motorcycle sensing devices to their cars and a whole lot more.

So grab a cold beverage and a bag of chips and join us. Or if you’re itching to hit the road, you can download the show and take it with you, as we serve up another tasty hour of Ridertainment.

For more about the World of Motorcycling visit www.worldofmotorcycling.com

May 31, 2018 10:34 AM PDT

This week we forego having a guest on with us, instead we catch up with each other and what has been taking place in the world of motorcycling. Of course we cover our weekly safety tip, things seen out on the road and a whole lot more.

So grab yourself a hot cup of coffee and join us or download the show and take it with you, as we bring you another great hour of the World of Motorcycling.

For more about the World of Motorcycling visit www.worldofmotorcycling.com

May 25, 2018 10:58 AM PDT

This week we catch up with Tamela Rich, Author, Motorcycle Tour Guide, Adventure Rider and TV personality who shares with us about her latest book, Hit The Road: A Woman’s Guide to Solo Touring.

Tamela is a wealth of information when it comes to solo riding and is a great interview. Surprising enough she started riding motorcycles later in life and has fully embraced the rider lifestyle.

Tamela gives us a peak into her latest book and offers up practical advice both women and men can use. Tamela shares with us some of her fun adventures and tips on how to best approach taking long solo motorcycle journey’s as a solo rider or group rider.

Tamela’s book is chock full of information you won’t find in any other Motorcycle touring book. So if you’re a woman looking into expanding your riding horizons or a man who is wishing to expand your riding horizons this book is for you.

As a bonus offer, Tamela has been kind enough to offer World of Motorcycling listener’s a Free Downloadable version of her packing tips guide Just click the following link to download the pdf file.

For more about Tamela and her book or about her latest tours visit her at www.tamelarich.com.

For her free tips just click the following links:

Tamela’s Travel Checklists - /wom-check

Tamela’s Emergency Tips - /wom-emergency

Of course we cover the latest happenings within the world of motorcycling, our weekly safety tip, things seen out on the road and a whole lot more.

So grab yourself a hot cup of coffee and join us or download the show and take it with you, as we bring you another great hour of the World of Motorcycling.

For more about the World of Motorcycling visit www.worldofmotorcycling.com

May 17, 2018 09:20 AM PDT

This week we catch up with Dale Walksler vintage motorcycle expert and restorer, TV Personality and owner of Wheels Through Time Museum. Dale has been collecting and restoring vintage American Iron for 50 years which culminated in the Wheels Through Time Museum located in Maggie Valley, North Carolina. The museum is just a hop, skip and kick start away from Tail of the Dragon highway.

Dale not only knows the history behind each of the 300 bikes he showcases but he has hosted 2 TV shows which aired on Velocity and Discovery Networks. In addition he also hosts Dales Channel a subscription based channel which houses over 500 episodes of he and his crew restoring and riding the bikes featured in his museum.

Dale along with His son are true patriots of old America Iron and are doing all they can to keep them alive and running. For more about Dale and Wheels Through Time Museum visit them at www.wheelsthroughtime.com

Of course we cover the latest happenings within the world of motorcycling, our weekly safety tip, things seen out on the road and a whole lot more.

So grab yourself a hot cup of coffee and join us or download the show and take it with you, as we bring you another great hour of the World of Motorcycling.

For more about the World of Motorcycling visit www.worldofmotorcycling.com

May 10, 2018 10:12 AM PDT

This week we catch up with Kirk Taylor Award winning custom bike builder, TV Personality and owner of Custom Design Studios.

Kirk is a passionate guy who enjoys building works of rolling art. He is the type of builder who is always seeking new opportunities to try his hand at including his latest work where he is experimenting with hubless wheel technology. Kirk’s is the type of guy who is pushing the boundaries yet is level headed enough to know what will and won’t work. You won’t want to miss this great interview.

Of course we cover the latest happenings within the world of motorcycling, our weekly safety tip, things seen out on the road and a whole lot more.

So grab yourself a hot cup of coffee and join us or download the show and take it with you, as we bring you another great hour of the World of Motorcycling.

For more about the World of Motorcycling visit www.worldofmotorcycling.com

May 03, 2018 09:24 AM PDT

We kick off the show with the latest from Inside the Helmet where we do a ride by overview of what’s happening in the world of motorcycling. This week we start things out with the news that the Motorcycle Industry Council Board of Directors re-elected Paul Vitrano as board chair, Chuck Boderman as vice chair and Jim Woodruff as secretary/treasurer. MIC has pledged to double down on their efforts to attract new riders.

Then we transition onto Candid Conversations where we interview someone from the world of motorcycling.

This week’s guest is the Award winning Custom Biker Builder Mondo Porras. Mondo known as The Godfather of Choppers is the recipient of the Dave Mann Lifetime Achievement Award and soon to be inducted into the Sturgis Motorcycle Hall of Fame. Mondo owns and operates Denver’s Choppers in Reno, NV which just celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2017. For more about Mondo and his work visit him at https://denverschoppers.com/

Then it’s onto Between the Lines where we cover safety, race updates, things seen out on the road and the latest trends taking place in the riding world.

We end the show with our events and weekly trivia question.

So grab yourself a hot cup of coffee and join us or download the show and take it with you, as we bring you another fun and informative show.

For more about the World of Motorcycling please visit www.worldofmotorcycling.com

April 27, 2018 08:29 AM PDT

We kick off the show with the latest from Inside the Helmet where we do a ride by overview of what’s happening in the world of motorcycling. This week we start things out with the 3 finalists who will compete in the Indian Scout Build Off contest, Polaris and H-D sales figures, Ducati Gathering and a whole lot more.

Then we transition onto Candid Conversations where we interview someone from the world of motorcycling. This week marks a change in our programing. We have decided to expand Candid Conversations to 2 segments to give more time for guest interviews.

This week we interview Dave Eady a long time Seattle Cossack Rider and Historian. Dave shares with us a brief history of the stunt/drill team along with his passion for preserving Motorcycle History through his own private museum.

Then it’s onto Between the Lines where we cover safety, race updates, things seen out on the road and the latest trends taking place in the riding world.

We end the show with our events and weekly trivia question.

So grab yourself a hot cup of coffee and join us or download the show and take it with you, as we bring you another fun and informative show.

For more about the World of Motorcycling please visit www.worldofmotorcycling.com

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