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Episode 90 of the Brap Talk motorcycle podcast is out with another “weekly” episode, for your two-wheeled listening pleasure.

In this episode, we did it…we finally did it. We finally produced the long-lost Honda Gold Wing episode, which is actually also our first video podcast.

There were many naysayers amongst you – and if we’re honest, there were some naysayers in the Brap Talk ranks as well – but we got it down, only two years and change after its original recording.

Episode 89 of the Brap Talk motorcycle podcast is out with another “weekly” episode, for your two-wheeled listening pleasure.

In this episode, we sit down and talk a bit about motorcycle culture, and what makes owning a motorcycle akin to being involved in a cult.

This leads to an interesting conversation into what goes into branding and the motorcycle lifestyle, and ends with a surprise gift from one of the best in the business at this vary task. It’s a fun show, and we think you will enjoy it!

Episode 88 of the Brap Talk motorcycle podcast is out with another “weekly” episode, for your two-wheeled listening pleasure.

In this episode, we talk a bit about the media-side of the motorcycle industry, and some of the things Jensen has noticed in his 13-year career at Asphalt & Rubber, as Shahin conducts his “exit interview” from the space.

We talk a bit about life, motorcycles, and everything – and we think you will find the conversation not only entertaining but also informational…with plenty of rabbit holes along the way.

Episode 285 of the Paddock Pass Podcast is out, and this one sees us covering the Dutch TT at The Cathedral, in Assen.

On the mics, we have the full crew of Steve EnglishDavid Emmett, and Neil Morrison as they look at the events of the Dutch round, and the aftermath of Fabio Quartararo’s crash with Aleix Espargaro.

The guys get the conversation started by covering the plethora of rider-market news that happened at The Cathedral, especially the news concerning Alex Marquez and Alex Rins.

We of course have to give considerable time to Aleix Espargaro’s race, after he recouped disaster from Quartararo’s crash, and made his way to a heroic last-corner pass for fourth place. 

Espargaro is becoming a force to be reckoned with in the MotoGP paddock, and Aprilia had a strong showing in Holland with Maverick Viñales on the podium as well.Ada 


The guys then look at the fate of KTM at Assen, and we have an interview with Brad Binder, as he talks to our man,  Adam Wheeler.

The show’s last topic consists of a discussion on why the Ducati is so good, and what an incredible performance it was from Marco Bezzecchi to grab his first podium. Naturally, we finish off with our winners and losers.

Be sure to follow the Paddock Pass Podcast on Facebook, Twitter and subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and SoundCloud – we even have an RSS feed for you. Now, we also have a YouTube channel, which you should subscribe to as well.

If you want to support the Paddock Pass Podcast, we now have a Patreon account, where members will get exclusive content.

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After an eventful, in every possible meaning of that word, weekend at Montmelo, Adam Wheelerand David Emmett sit around Neil Morrison’s dinner table in his apartment in Barcelona to look back at a race which was full of surprises.

There was plenty to talk about. We discuss Fabio Quartararo’s win, and how he seems to be unbeatable at the moment, even when his rivals aren’t taken out.

Episode 276 of the Paddock Pass Podcast is out, and this one has Steve English and Gordon Ritchie on the mics, talking about the WorldSBK action from Assen.

The guys kick off with a debate over who, if anyone, was to blame in the clash between Jonathan Rea and Toprak Razgatlioglu which blew Race 2 wide open.

Next, they talk about how Alvaro Bautista has taken charge of the championship, in part thanks to his penalty in the Superpole race and the win in Race 2.

The show then discusses where the rest of the field stand after Assen, starting with Honda. Steve and Gordo discuss how well Iker Lecuona has made the transformation from the MotoGP paddock to WorldSBK, then they look at how Yamaha are faring, and they discuss the situation at BMW.


Lastly, Steve and Gordo take a look ahead at the Estoril round, coming up on the weekend of May 22nd.

Be sure to follow the Paddock Pass Podcast on Facebook, Twitter and subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and SoundCloud – we even have an RSS feed for you. Now, we also have a YouTube channel, which you should subscribe to as well.

If you want to support the Paddock Pass Podcast, we now have a Patreon account, where members will get exclusive content.

Help support our podcasting endeavors and sign-up to get behind-the-scenes looks at the motorcycle racing paddocks.

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Episode 273 of the Paddock Pass Podcast is out, and this one sees us previewing Portuguese GP at Portimão.

On the mics, we have David Emmett, Neil Morrison, and Adam Wheeler, as the trio discusses MotoGP’s first round on the European continent.

The crew is joined by veteran MotoGP journalist Dennis Noyes, who adds not only his thoughts and opinion about the current grand prix racing scene, but also shares some interesting insights and stories about the early days of MotoGP racing.