October 7th, 2020 | 1 hr 11 mins
chip spalding, chris geiss, education, enjoy, enjoyment, fear, kyle wyman, learn, manny bastos, motoamerica, motorcycle, motorcycle riding, motorcycle training, motorcycling, n2, n2 track days, new rider, ohvale, old man slacker, overcome, overcome fear, overcoming, overcoming fear, podcast, ride, riding, rob cichielo, safety, scott rybarik, sportbike track time, training, yamaha champions riding school, ycrs
In this episode I have a great discussion with Scott Rybarik. Scott and I talk about lots of topics related to motorcycles and motorcycling, including community, running clubs, managing risk and performance, how people learn new skills, taking kids racing, the lessons of motorcycling that relate to other parts of life, modern motorcycle electronics and tires and are they too good, and much, much more.
October 6th, 2020 | 1 hr 18 mins
andrew goodman, author, bwm s1000rr, california superbike school, chris geiss, css, education, enjoy, enjoyment, fear, learn, motorcycle, motorcycle book, motorcycle riding, motorcycle training, motorcycling, new rider, old man slacker, overcome, overcome fear, overcoming, overcoming fear, podcast, ride, riding, safety, shiny side up, track days, training
In this episode I have an awesome chat with motorcyclist Andrew Goodman about his new book "Shiny Side Up - From First Ride to Fast Rider." Andrew started riding motorcycles in his early twenties. Finding a more effective way to commute through rush hour London traffic was the excuse, but in learning to ride he fulfilled a lifelong goal. So, join us as Andrew and I talk about all things motorcycle!
May 9th, 2019 | 2 hrs 8 mins
bmw s1000r, chris geiss, education, enjoy, enjoyment, fast eddie, fear, greg widmar, learn, marines, motojitsu, motorcycle, motorcycle riding, motorcycling, overcome, overcome fear, overcoming, overcoming fear, philosophy, podcast, ride, riding, safety, trackdays, training
This episode is an interview with Fast Eddie, the creator of the Motojitsu program, which he developed to help riders get more knowledgeable about motorcycling, and more importantly to practice their riding skills through a graduated series of exercises or "belts" that will help them master the control of any motorcycle and enable them to ride much safer on the street.