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Episode #26 - Austin Vince - Pt2

This week is Part 2 of my chat with the one and only Austin Vince (or the Godfather of Motorcycle Cinema as I like to call him). He tells about how motorcycles have impacted his life and how important it is for people to travel, especially in places that are outside of their comfort zone. For show notes on this episode visit and if you would like to leave me a short story of your own call the storyline at +1.406.578.4441


Episode #25 - Austin Vince - Part 1

There are very few people that I would consider a motorcycle hero of mine, but Austin Vince is one of those people. Austin has traversed the world via motorcycle multiple times which resulted in moto movies that are now classics. This week is part 1 of 2 of my chat with the inimitable Austin Vince, huzzah! For show notes on this episode visit and if you would like to leave me a short story of your own call the storyline at +1.406.578.4441


Episode #24 - Kyra Sacdalan

This week meet Kyra and hear tales of riding motorcycles to long lost “Haikyos” in rural Japan as well as her fondness for Japanese road food. Show notes are at Plus, an ANNOUNCEMENT: now tell me your own story! leave a voicemail at +1.406.578.4441 and make it a good one!


Episode #23 - Matt Willson

This week meet my guest from podcast Episode #1, Matt WIllson. He tells another wonderful tale of unexpected adventure during his trip to the Southern tip of South America with his wife, Brayde. Make up a beverage of choice, kick up your feet, and give it a listen. Show notes are at:


Episode #16 - Abbey Chiavario

This week my guest is Abbey Chiavario, besides being a super cool person and Nashville based moto rider, we chat about times when we've each been in a motorcycle accident and more importantly how we dealt with the mental toll as well as getting back in the saddle. This a great episode of stories and reflection. See show notes for this and past episodes at


Episode #15 - Alex Chacón

This week meet Alex Chacón of the Modern Motorcycle Diaries. He has ridden over 300,000k in 50+ countries, and this week I catch up with him in Bolivia during his current adventure. Join us as we chat about how he got started riding motorcycles as well as some of the amazing things that he has experienced from the back of his bike. You better grab your helmet because you are going to want to hop on your bike and go out for an adventure after listening to this one! See Alex's adventures at...


Episode #14 - Jake Chiavario

This week is the epic tale of the Yamaturd. Meet Jake from Nashville and hear about his adventures of surviving the outback of rugged Tennessee on his vintage bike that just wouldn't give up. To see pictures of his adventure visit the show notes at


Episode #13 - YODA

This week you get to meet YODA...not the one from space, but the one from the Texas Hill Country. Hear about how he defied the odds and survived his motorcycle accident and went on to continue riding as well as start the Rolling Thunder Roadhouse So, sit back, pour your beverage of choice, and join us for some moto conversation. See more pictures and show notes at


Episode #12 - Robin Church

This week meet Robin Church, a long lost friend if mine from my symphony music days who just completed a 2,999 mile trip around the Southern US. Hear about that trip as well as how he got into riding motorcycles. See more pictures and show notes at


Episode #11 - Justin Coffey

My first ever podcast ON a motorcycle...we catch up with moto journalist Justin Coffey as he's riding through Texas to hear about some of his WWII vintage bunker hunting via motorcycles stories from his time spent in the great Pacific Northwest. See more of Justin's work and life at


Episode #10 - Carl Parker Part2

This week is Part 2 of my convo with ADV Moto Magazine editor Carl Parker. He continues his story about his motorcycle adventures in China as well as talking about the what it takes to have a true adventure. See more of Carl's work at and see the show notes at


Episode #9 - Carl Parker Part 1

This week, Carl Parker, publisher of ADV Moto magazine is my guest, and we chat about his adventures of riding 150cc motorcycles up into the remote regions of China while he was living there. (and he made a film about it too - The Return - Riding Western China ) Make a beverage, sit back, and enjoy! . . (you can find the show notes at )


Episode #8 - Erwin Urias Part 2

This week is Part 2 of my chat with 4th generation stunt performer (and dear friend) Erwin Urias. He goes more in depth with about new innovations in the technology of the Globe of Death as well as some stories about riding and working on the feature film, The Place Beyond the Pines. You can find out more about Erwin and his family's heritage with the Globe of Death at:


Episode #7 - Erwin Urias Part 1

This week you get to meet my dear friend from my circus days, Erwin Urias. He's a 4th generation motorcycle stunt rider, and his Great Grandfather was one of the founders of the motorcycle globe act. Buckle up as we dive into Erwin's incredible family history and the things that he has experienced in his career. (you can find video, pictures, and show notes at )


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. See more pictures and show notes at


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!


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 riding buddy. Good stories ahead, lend me your ears, and enjoy!