Join the editors of Rider magazine, the country’s largest motorcycle monthly, while you ride, work or play for informative and humorous podcasts from the world of motorcycling. Our experienced staff shares the latest news and rumors from behind the scenes, reviews the latest bikes, interviews executives, movers, shakers and assorted ne’er-do-wells from the motorcycle industry and discusses some of motorcycling’s most controversial topics in a fun, unfiltered way. It’s Motorcycling at its Best, wherever and whenever you want!
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Interview with Clement Salvadori, traveling motorcyclist and Rider magazine contributor
Join the editors of Rider magazine for Episode 3 of our podcast. We kick it off with some news about Triumph’s very limited Scrambler 1200 James Bond Edition and the availability of Android Auto for 2018 and newer Honda Gold Wing GL1800s. Kawasaki will also manufacture cylinder heads for certain vintage Z1, Z900 and Z1000 models from the 1970s. After the news we talk with Clement Salvadori about his amazing life and background as a ’round-the-world traveling motojournalist and contributor to Rider magazine since the late 1980s. Check it out!
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Interview with Kevin Wing, motorsports and Rider magazine photographer
We kick off this episode with some news about Covid-19’s effect on the motorcycle industry, and a short report on BMW’s new R 18 cruiser with the Big Boxer engine. Rolling on, photographer Kevin Wing shares a few interesting stories, tips and secrets from his 30-year career as a motorsports photographer for the motorcycle, automotive and aviation industries, including shooting for Rider magazine for nearly 25 years.
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Discover the Ride at the Progressive International Motorcycle Shows
The first Rider Magazine Insider podcast kicks off with a lively discussion among the editors about some of the new-for-2020 bikes coming our way, including the Triumph Tiger 900s, Suzuki V-Strom 1050 and controversial Suzuki Katana. Then we jump into an interesting and informative interview with Robert Pandya, the Manager of the Discover the Ride program at this season’s Progressive International Motorcycle Shows. Check it out!