Episode 37 of the Brap Talk podcast is now out for your two-wheeled audio pleasure, and is packed full of motorcycle discussion for your open-road loving hearts.
This show covers a bevy of topics that we think you will find interesting, the first of which is about Harley-Davidson.
Using the viral video that FortNine recently produced as a starting point, we launch into a discussion about the American brand, as much has happened with the Bar & Shield brand in the past few weeks.
From there, we talk about the Honda CBR1000RR-R Fireblade superbike, which will see a recall in Europe for faulty con-rods, and be delayed in the United States because of supply chain issues related to the coronavirus shutdown.
Next we talk about the Yamaha Ténéré 700, which is due to hit US dealerships in the next week. We also talk about the mid-sized ADV market in the United States, and try to understand why Yamaha has made the United States a low priority for this motorcycle.
Lastly, we talk about a recent story Jensen published about MIPS, which gives us more to say about helmet safety. We definitely think you want to hear that discussion, and we hope that you will join us for our live chat with Peter Halldin on June 1st.
As you can tell, there is plenty to discuss, and fun along the way, so we think you will enjoy this show. As always, you can find the latest episodes of the Brap Talk Podcast on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, SoundCloud, or via your RSS feed.