Our Best Motorcycle Podcast Episodes
Some of our best motorcycle podcast episodes for Adventure Rider Radio and RAW. Adventure Rider Radio motorcycle podcast has had so many great guests on the podcast it is difficult to choose best podcast episodes but we have chosen some random picks here to stimulate your listening appetite. Listen and enjoy!
Do you really need a tent to go overlanding, is physical fitness important for a motorcycle trip, how do you handle money in different countries and using the loo, lavatory, squat toilet, privy and other challenging restrooms in the world while travelling.
ARR RAW Round Table Discussion with Travellers. Spending Christmas on the road, making money while travelling, tips for new riders, and more.Featuring Horizons Unlimited's Grant Johnson, authors and world travellers Brian Rix, Shirley Hardy-Rix, Sam Manicom, Graham Field and show host, Jim Martin.
ARR RAW Round Table Discussion with Travellers. What is the absolute minimum mechanical knowledge you should have before going on an extended trip? How do you choose a travel mate? And listeners questions answered. Featuring Horizons Unlimited's Grant Johnson, authors and world travellers Brian Rix, Shirley Hardy-Rix, Sam Manicom, Graham Field and show host, Jim Martin.
Find out how Graham keeps his mane of hair so healthy on a motorcycle trip, learn how to lock up your motorcycle when travelling, some financial trip planning tips and more. Listener questions answered by the ARR RAW panel.
On this months RAW, at the round table we discuss travelling in poverty stricken areas, how we make our dreams of motorcycle travel come true, being an adventure addict and dealing with wanderlust.
On the 20th episode of ARR RAW, moto travellers and authors discuss being prepared for road side motorcycle travel emergencies, what they recommend you should carry just in case you find yourself in an urgent situation and how to sleep comfortably while camping.
Jim Martin and the co-hosts on ARR RAW talk about what you need to consider when looking for a place to put your head down for the night, and how to handle doing maintenance on your bike when travelling.
What do you like most about being on the road on a motorcycle? What do you get out of it? And what happens when your adventure comes to an end and you have to go back home, back to work, back to living a 'normal' life?