MotoTorq - Motorcycle Talk Show

Everything Motorcycles. Your weekly motorcycle fix is here at Mototorq. Expert interviews, racing news and gossip, educational segments delivered in a fun entertaining way with your hosts James & Mel...Have a listen and check out our banter we guarantee it will make your week and give you a break from your life! :)
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Jun 29, 2016

In this episode we talk about what it takes to win at the highest level. The failures and setbacks that all the riders face and how they forge on with their un deniable self belief and confidence. 

We can all learn from these guys and apply some of their attitude in our own lives. 

And Mel has a Trivia question! Enjoy...

Jun 23, 2016

In this episode James & Mel have a chat with Steve Brouggy who is the top of the pile when it comes to rider training in Australia. Steve's knowledge and insights into riding a motorcycle is fascinating... The California SuperBike School which originated in the USA by Keith Code is the worlds biggest rider training educator with schools in the UK, New Zealand and Asia... We are proud to bring you this informative interview with Steve and we could have spoken to him all day as he explains how learning to control your bike consciously is relevant to many other life skills....

This is one of those interviews you don't want to miss... Enjoy! 

Jun 9, 2016

In this episode James & Mel share some tips and tricks while out on the road with regard to keeping your bike clean and some basic maintenance tips.

Mel tries to explain to James something about a torch and he has no idea what she's talking about! 

Enjoy! :) 

Jun 2, 2016

In this episode Mel & James have a very interesting chat to Judith Kuerschner. Judith lost her husband in a motorcycle crash and she witnessed the horror of that crash happening right in front of her. 

Since the crash a couple years ago Judith has been campaigning for road rule changes and education of drivers and riders alike. Judith is a member of the AMEP (Australian Motorist Enthusiasts Party) 

This is a tragic story but has a positive message... changes are needed to road rules and attitudes regarding motorcyclists as we are the fastest growing road user sector in the country.