Two Enthusiasts Podcast #47 – Adam Waheed

03/17/2017 @ 10:41 am, by Jensen Beeler8 COMMENTS

Episode 47 of the Two Enthusiasts Podcast sees us with another special guest in the studio, as Adam Waheed from Riders Domain joins us to talk about some motorbikes. 

Adam is a stalwart of the moto-journalism space, a total haul-asser, and downright fun dude, so we had a good mix of conversation, ranging from what is going on in the industry right, what bikes he has been riding, and the shifting media landscape for two-wheeled enthusiasts.

Always a fun and energetic human being, we think that Adam’s passion for motorcycles might even surpass our own, and it comes through during this episode. We think you will enjoy what he has to say, and how he says it.

You can listen to the show via the embedded SoundCloud player, after the jump, or you can find the show on iTunes (please leave a review) or this RSS feed. Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter as well. Enjoy the show!

Source: SoundCloud

  • Dustin Nisbet-Jones

    I only know of Adam from Motorcycle USA’s YouTube channel; I was always a fan and liked his style of presentation — seems like a really cool guy.

  • He’s alright.

  • MrDefo

    Good job with the interviews, guys. You’re killing it!

    You spent a lot of time talking sports bikes; is it safe to assume the 600s are going to die out in the next few years? I would have thought as performance improves we’d see smaller engines become more popular for weight and cost and complexity savings. But, that’s just not the case right now. Is it only down to the pricing structure? Or is there something inherently better to having a liter bike?

  • I just had a rant about this on the Vyrus story. Ultimately, I think it’s cowardice. They’re afraid of doing anything outside the box.

  • J Boy

    I’ve always thought that Adam Waheed was actually behind the voice of “Creative Riding” podcast. That guy never reveals who he is but sounds like Adam.

  • TB

    I wanted to +1 with everyone saying how much they enjoy the interviews you guys have been recording of late.
    I got into engineering hoping to work with motorcycles, but sadly life got in the way and I’ve had to stick to cars.
    Hearing stories from people who actually managed to get into the industry (including Jensen and Quentin in this list) is really cool, and though it might be a bit late for me to jump ship now, a nice alternative.

  • durandal1

    I wonder if the increased availability and popularity of small bikes is going to help buckle this trend. Once it becomes accepted that a 300 is not simply a “learner bike”, maybe we’ll see a need for people who want just a little more in their progression, not 6x the HP. Maybe we’ll even see 400/450 sport bikes coming out again….one can only hope.

  • JJ Dewar

    How about 3 enthusiasts podcast? Adam was great thanks guys!