Episode 9 of the Brap Talk podcast is out for your two-wheeled audio pleasure, and again this is an extra long show, as we catch back up with the motorcycle happenings.
Recorded just moments after Episode 8, this edition is a bit more newsy and covers the recent Honda Super Cub press launch, as well as some current events.
Also of note, we have a Honda Gold Wing Tour to play with over the next few months, and this show includes our first thoughts on this behemoth of a machine (be sure to read Jensen’s ride review from last year’s press launch).
As for the news items, we talk about the USA no longer being Ducati’s largest market, and we offer some ideas on how the Italian brand can get its mojo back.
Next we turn to the pricing announcement for the KTM 790 Adventure, and debate whether Austria’s newest ADV is priced smartly in the middleweight category.
From there, our attention turns to inside sources telling us that the Triumph Daytona 765 is going to finally come into production, perhaps first as a track-only machine.
The show finishes with talk about the Dainese vs. Alpinestars lawsuits, and what that means for the apparel space.
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, SoundCloud, or via your RSS feed,