Highside / Lowside: Motorcycle Podcast
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S7E01: Exciting New Motorcycles for 2023!
S6E12: Season Finale feat. Donut Media’s Jeremiah!
S6 E11: More Listener’s Comments and Message from Spurg’s Dad
S6 E10: The Real Deal With Moto Gear
S6 E9: The Moto Industry’s Biggest Blunders: Euro Edition!
S6 E8: Motorcycle Navigation! From Maps to Apps
S6 E7: Biggest Moto Controversies
S6 E6: First Track Day: What's Stopping You?!
S6 E5 What Makes a Dual-Sport and Why It Matters
S6 E4: The WORST Moto Purchases
S6 E3: What’s going on with Suzuki? Kawasaki Making EVs & Hybrids?
S6 E2: Beater Bikes: Ride, Die or Save?!
S6 E1: How Many Bikes In the Garage Is Too Many?!
S5 E12: Carey Hart in the hot seat: Season Finale
S5 E12: Highside/Lowside Season 12 Finale Teaser!
S5 E11: Some of Our Favorite Listener Comments from Season 5!
S5 E10: Impostor Motorcycles!!
S5 E9: Are Motorcycles the Cheapest Way To Get Around?
S5 E8: Should You Modify Your Cruiser? When?!
S5 E7: Our Motorcycle Heroes
I'm not sure I'd lump my Electra Glide, with its massive wind protection via upper and lower fairings, and rear air shocks, in with cruisers. It's just as comfortable as any Goldwing I've ridden long distances. I've owned a Vulcan 900 touring, a classic Concourse, an 84 and 91 Goldwing, a Versys 300, Z900RS, and a Street 750. The Electra Glide is far more comfortable than all of those, and it's even better with a Saddleman Seat. That being said, Street Glides do indeed ride like hot dog shit. As do most Harleys. Wonderful motors, electronic bells and whistles, fit & finish. Terrible execution for the most part.
On a scale of 1 to Yammie Noob Yamcast this podcast is a solid 9. I've been looking for a great podcast like this for a while. Definitely worth a listen to for motorcycle enthusiasts.
This was a fun podcast. I think we can all relate to stories like these. And then there was Joe. Just kidding love Joe. You answered a question about tires for cold weather. I believe my fellow Canadian was asking if there were tires that were better for cold weather, not necessarily snow and ice. up here we need winter tires once the temperatures go below seven degrees Celsius. Are there any tires that are better in cold but dry weather?
I felt that after Lemmy departure the show was going to be tame, but Zack Court has spiced things up! Cheers from the Australia mate!
in the Final episode of season 2 you tried to answer what tech could help people getting a bike. I think having a Gear indicator is one, because modern bikes have 6 gears nowadays, it is not always easy to remember what Gear you are in. also in some countries it is now legal to ride a 11kw/125cc bike on a car licesence, wich helps.
why don't you have a favorite bike with unlimited money to go long distance, across country and back, with
I like that Ari guy. He is my brother.
love the show guys, very informative and enjoy your differing viewpoints.