Rank #1: Ride with Norman Reedus - We discuss the show's premiere
The very next morning, two fans of actor Norman Reedus Kimberly and Jen joined Rich, Editor of the online motorcycle magazine, Clutch and Chrome to discuss the first episode of this six-part mini-series.
The conversation covers motorcycles, motorcycle shows, The Walking Dead and of course fan favorite, Norman Reedus.
All audio from Ride with Norman Reedus courtesy of its respective copyright owner.
Links of items discussed.
Kimberly - @ennoia3
Jen - @jenben415
Video discussed - Jen meeting Norman Reedus
Clutch and Chrome Interview with Zero Motorcycles Scott Harden AIMExpo2016 (17'30 Mark)
Clutch and Chrome articles about 'Ride with Norman Reedus' (the most recent first)
The Motorcycle 101 Of Ride With Norman Reedus Norman Reedus In Alabama For An All American Ride Norman Reedus Roundup - He's Electric And Comes In Two Flavors Why 'Ride with Norman Reedus' Will Be A Great Motorcycle Show Motorcycle Show 'Ride With Norman Reedus' Gets Time and Date! Norman Reedus Readies For New Motorcycle Show
Rank #2: Women and Motorcycles
Whether a woman who loves to ride her own or a female toying with the idea of going solo on a motorcycle as well as male riders who are fascinated or intrigued by seeing more women laying down the miles, this podcast is for you!
Jessica Haggett, founder of a worldwide all-female riding group, the Litas as well as BMW Motorrad National Marketing Manager Sarah Schilke can obviously be considered experts on these matters and brought their life-experiences and unique take on the subject.
Some links to items mentioned in the podcast
BMW Motorrad The Litas Power Lilly Motorcycle Safety Foundation
Black Dog - Led Zepplin
Are Women Who Ride Motorcycles Better Than Those Who Don’t? Historic Motorcycle Moment Marked By Sisters’ Centennial Ride New Motorcycle Study - More Female Riders Than Ever Women Motorcycle Riders Ready For International Female Ride Day
Rank #3: Energica’s Electric US Roadtrip
In this time of electric motorcycles offering themselves as a
credible option, having physical dealerships brings much-needed
confidence to riders possibly interested in this cutting-edge option.
Pulling out all the stops, Energica Motor Company
celebrated the opening of its worldwide flagship location on July 6th
with ribbon cutting in the presence of the Ambassador of Italy H.E.
Called Galleria Energica, it’s located in the heart of San Francisco,
very close to the Mission District and displays a variety of Energica
models. Visitors will be able to feel and experience the exceptional
uniqueness of the new Energica electric motorcycles. Interested buyers
will even be able to arrange demo rides with the new location.
We speak with Livia Cevolini, CEO of Energica Motor Company S.p.A. in Italy and
Stewart Davis, CEO of Energica’s American division on the day they were
opening Galleria Energica about the Italian motorcycle manufacturer.
Rank #4: Demon's Cycle - Tom 'The German'
It should be noted, we are talking motorcycles and everything about them so the language can get colorful at times. But it will be conversation bikers will enjoy and talk about at the next bike night!
Rank #5: Wrench Against the Machine, a new bike-building television show
WARNING - POSSIBLE SPOILERS!
We talk to three famous bike-builders, Alan Stulberg of Revival Cycles, Woolie Woolaway of Deus Ex Machina and Roland Sands of Roland Sands Design who are judges in a new bike-building television series.
Another Motorcycle Podcast talks to them about the show, ‘Wrench Against the Machine’, their personal design styles, where we are with not only custom bike-building but the motorcycle industry in general. This interview goes behind the scenes of the new motorcycle show, offers tips to riders looking to customize their own ride and is just a great conversation between bikers.
Wrench Against the Machine
The new hour-long competition series will premiere on Esquire Network on Tuesday, November 15 with each episode featuring two teams of three expert builders battling head-to-head. The teams only have three days and $3,000 to transform basic stock motorcycles into rowdy, riding, works of art. Each episode will also feature a different type of bike including café racers, choppers, bobbers etc.
At the end of the three days both bikes will be evaluated by judges Roland Sands, founder of the highly esteemed motorcycle and apparel company Roland Sands Design, and two of the most revered names in motorcycle design, Michael Woolaway, U.S. Director of Motorcycle Design for Deus Ex Machina and Alan Stulberg, Co-Founder and Chief Designer of Revival Cycles and the Handbuilt Motorcycle Show.
- Roland Sands, Roland Sands Design
Michael ‘Woolie’ Woolaway, Deus Ex Machina
Alan Stulberg, Revival Cycles
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