• 00:59

    Talking Motorcycles with Peter Egan author of Leanings 3!

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    Stories and observation's from America's best motorcycle journalist.


    Peter Egan's writing invites you to pull up a chair, pour a little scotch, and relaxwhile he shares with you his tales from the road, his motorcycling philosophy, andhis keen observations about the two-wheeled life. His columns and featurearticles are among Cycle World's most anticipated each month. Egan's legions offans know they will always leave his articles with a fresh perspective. Leanings 3offers a fresh collection of Egan's motorcycle musings delivered in his signaturewise but amusing style. For added perspective, each feature article is precededby fresh commentary from the author. This is an unforgettable collection of theworks of a master writer whose simple adventures of life remind us all why we love to ride.



    ABOUT THE AUTHOR
    Peter Egan is one of the most readable writers in the motorcycle enthusiast world.His work first appeared in Cycle World magazine in 1977, and he has been aregular fixture there ever since. Peter lives near Madison, Wisconsin with his wife,Barb, a houseful of dogs and cats, and a garage filled with motorcycles, cars, andthe sound set for his garage blues band.


    ABOUT MOTORBOOKS 
    Motorbooks, an imprint of Quayside Publishing Group, is the world’s leading
    publisher of automotive, motorcycle and motorsport books for enthusiasts. For 45years, Motorbooks has published award-winning books by the world’s most
    talented authors and photographers in the subject category. 


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  • 01:39

    Talking Motorcycles with Coolbeth, Luker, Jones, Bonsey and Eslick!

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    In this exciting episode of Talking Motorcycles our guests are all four Main Event winners from Daytona Flat Track I and II plus the winner of the Daytona 200!


    Justin Jones and Andrew Luker prove that the future flat track in America is going to be strong. These young up and coming GNC2 competitors rose to the top of the deep talent pool at Daytona and won at Daytona Flat Track on an extremely tight and technically challenging race track! We go inside the helmets to get their thoughts about winning at the World Center of Racing!


    Stevie Bonsey and Kenny Coolbeth both had exciting wins in GNC1 at Daytona. Bonsey borrowed a motorcycle and a van and made the drive from California to Daytona with a dream of winning. That dream came true as he held off the hard charging defending champion for his victory. Kenny Coolbeth went on auto pilot and put on a short track clinic at Daytona Flat Track II in the GNC1 class.Both join us to discuss their experience at Daytona in the opener.


    Danny Eslick has put his name on a short list of back-to-back winners of the Daytona 200. In the process he gave the TOBC Racing Team a Daytona 200 victory that just a few months ago was unimaginable for everyone including the team. Danny joins us to discuss his thoughts on winning the 200 two years in a row and what this means for him moving forward. 


    Thank you for listening to this post Daytona wrap up show co-hosted by Dan Johnsen. We are excited to bring you all the Main event winners from Daytona Flat Track plus the winner of the Daytona 200! 


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  • 01:30

    Talking Motorcycles 2nd Annual show before Daytona!

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    Our 2nd Annual "Night before Daytona" radio show is being co-hosted by Dan Johnsen, formerly Director of Flat Track for AMA Pro Racing.


    This show will feature 2 Grand National Championship winning riders who will be competing at Daytona Flat Track in 2015. Defending GNC Champion "the Jammer" Jared Mees and "Jersey" Jake Johnson will appear in this episode. They finished 1st and 3rd  in GNC1 for the 2014 season and their insight into what it takes to win Daytona and the title should be of interest to us all.  


    In addition, we will introduce the new on-air personalities who will be covering Grand National Flat Track on FansChoice/TV and Public Address for the 2015 season. Scottie "Hollywood" Deubler will anchor their show, 7 time Grand National Chris Carr will be providing color commentary and Dani Medin will be working on the floor interviewing riders as well along pit road.


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  • 00:59

    Talking Motorcycles with the Roadrace Factory's Danny Walker

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    The Roadrace Factory is entering the 2015 MotoAmerica season with new rider announcements and Danny Walker joins us to discuss the exciting rider lineup for the season ahead.


    Jake Gagne will head up the teams efforts for 2015 aboard the all new Yamaha R1 in Superstock. Jake's training has ramped up in the off season as he prepares for his return to the Roadrace Factory.


    Tomas Puerta (Columbia) brings high expectations for the RRF team in 2015 riding the R6 Yamaha in the Supersport Class. Puerta was the AMA Pro Daytona Sportbike Rookie of the Year.


    Ben Young will be returning to the American road racing scene after a season abroad in the British Superbike Series competing in the 1000cc Superstock class. Young will be bringing with him the sponsorship of Tim Hortons. 


    Cameron Peterson, the South African 2013 Super600 Champion will be working to adapt to not only his new Roadrace Factory team but the race tracks utilized by MotoAmerica in 2015.


    This four rider package will mean much adjustment for the Roadrace Factory team led by Danny Walker. We go inside the mind of one of the most talkative and dynamic team owners in the sport to get his thoughts on the season ahead. Organizing the team around this four rider lineup requires much energy, dedication and money. We will talk about all three of those when Danny Walker joins us LIVE for this episode of Talking Motorcyles.


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  • 00:55

    Talking Motorcycles with Dennis Gage of My Classic Car!

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    Dennis Gage- Star of the second longest running show on television, My Classic Car, joins us to discuss his love of motorcycling. Dennis produced the very successful show, Corbin's Ride On, featuring motorcycles and motorcycle events Nationwide for many years. He and Neale Bayle teamed up on the series, Trippin On Two Wheels which showcased motorcycling in Scotland and other beautiful areas. Join us tonight and enjoy the insight of this amazing man!


     

  • 01:30

    Talking Motorcycles with Mike Kidd...Again!!!

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    A fatal tecnical error occurred that corrupted the original episode. This show is being recorded LIVE on a Thursday with Mike Kidd of the Mike Kidd Sports Agency. Thanks for tuning in and please accept our apologies for the technical issue.


     


    Mike Kidd launches the new Scramblecross series in Texas. Utilizing natural terrain courses with no double and triple jumps and minimal track prep, it is a bit old school and an idea whose time has come? We discuss the new series with Mike and discuss his career as a Grand National rider. The AMA Hall of Famer has 12 Grand National victories and won the 1981 Grand National Championship so he should have much to share.


    As the first Director of Flat Track for DMG/AMA Pro Mike made many changes. All of them are still in place today. We will talk about his experience with AMA Pro and his ideas going forward.


    Michelle Lindsay joins us to break news concerning the TOBC road racing team for 2015! We are pleased to have Michelle on and looking forward to hearing her news about the team!


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  • 01:08

    Talking Motorcycles with Eric Peronnard EnduroCross Daytona!

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    Our guest on the program this week is Eric Peronnard. We will be discussing the Summer X-Games plus the season opener of the Geico Motorcycle EnduroCross season at Daytona. This will be the first time ever for this event on the tour. 


    We will be joined by Ron Como who is competing in the series for 2015. Ron is the Florida State Champion and we get his take on the season opener coming to his home state.


    Eric has been very busy in the off-season securing numerous series sponsors and dates for the upcoming season. We are looking forward to hosting Eric and Ron on this edition of Talking Motorcycles powered by SOZO! 


     

  • 01:17

    Talking Motorcycles with the Bonneville Performance Grand National Team

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    The Bonneville Performance team has a new rider and tonight Bill Gately makes that announcement on this episode!


     


    Bill Gately, owner of the Bonneville Performance team is on a mission to bring the Triumph brand to the forefront in the chase for the Grand National championship in the GNC1 (formerly Expert) class. The big twin Triumph has had much success in the colorful history of Grand National Championship flat track racing. Gately has a plan for making modern era history with the British marque.


    Tonight on Talking Motorcycles with Barry Boone, Gately reveals who will twist the throttle for the team in 2015. We go inside the details behind his plans for '15 and how he arrived at his decision to bring this rider on board. 


    Joining Gately on the program will be the ride who has high hopes for continueing his rise to the top of the GNC1 class.


    George Latus, owner of the Latus Motors Racing Factory Triumph team joins us to announce his new rider for 2015 as well! There are more announcements coming from this team but their choice of rider appears to be a solid one. We go inside their thought process moving forward.  


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  • 01:13

    Talking Motorcycles with Bert Sumner/Dairyland Classic and Johnny Lewis/Mayhem

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    Johnny Lewis National #10 is going all out as the promoter of the  Short Track Mayhem at Myrtle Beach! Short track bikes on pavement has been done before and Lewis plans to bring it back in the Carolina's coming up soon! Johnny joins us to fill us all in on the details surrounding this exciting short track pavement event. Is it the first of many for this Grand National rider to promote? Find out tonight on this special promoters edition of Talking Motorcycles!


    Bert Sumner is the promoter of one of the most historic flat tarck shows in the country. The Dairyland Classic is fast approaching and we are looking for details to benefit fans and riders in this show. Bert is a wealth of flat track knowledge and will discuss the historical significance of this classic American flat track show tonight on Talking Motorcycles!

  • 00:01

    Classic Rock and Liberal Politics

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    Nice classic rock music with liberal politics and a view on the real world.

  • 01:08

    Talking Motorcycles with Roger Hayden and Jake Lewis

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    Breaking this week is the news that Roger Hayden has resigned with the Yoshimura Suzuki Factory Team with a new 2 year contract. Roger continues to be a threat to win races and championships. Could this be the year for Roger to win the AMA Superbike Championship. We get his thoughts in this edition of Talking Motorcycles.


    2015 will be the biggest year yet for Jake Lewis. He has signed a two year contract to ride the Yoshimira Suzuki Factory Superbike! It is a big step up from the 600 he has ridden in the past. Is he ready for the challenge?  What is his strategy? What are his goals for his first season in AMA Superbike? 


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