You're in for a shock, literally with this episode that focuses on suspension. We will learn so much on this episode and all from the experts. Grant Johnson walks us through the basics and Ted Porter from The Beemer Shop answers some hard questions on suspension and if you think this isn't about you - think again.
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Simon Pavey - off road racer and riding instructor from Off-Road Skills in the UK talks about his world class BMW adventure motorcycle rider training school.
AltRider's Don Hogan and Jeremy Lebreton discuss soft luggage and thier new pannier system that may revolutionize the way we pack adventure motorcycles.
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We look at off-road riding schools beginning with PSSOR this week with Bret Tkacs. Do you really need lessons to ride your adventure bike off road or can you learn through the school of hard knocks. After-all isn't that how the pros learned? Find out on this episode of Adventure Rider Radio.
Our new feature Gems, is a focus on great riding areas or destinations that are not mainstream through the eyes of locals who know them intimately. You need to listen to this so you don't miss some incredible rides as you travel.
On this weeks Gem, Spencer Hill shines some light on a great riding and camping area that you have likely ridden right past. It's location? The Pacific NorthWest of the US.
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Allan Karl is the author of FORKS, the book and now he is about to embark on a journey to China to produce a multi episode documentary for television.
The name Touratech is well known among, especially, BMW fans but not the name Herbert Schwarz. Find out why.
Herbert Schwarz is not your typical CEO. He does run an expanding business with three hundred plus employees but his real passion is what got his company started - adventure motorcycling. Find out what Herbert says about what he'll do if work prevents his riding.