In this episode Jonesy and Hirsty test ride the new Harley Davidson Milwaukee Eight and love it. The Temporary Australians crew discover a road with 99 miles of corners as they head down the famous US Route 12 from Idaho into Montana. Doc from Heavy Duty falls in love with the Victory Octane. We discover that riding around Missoula in Montana can put your bike on a grizzly bear’s diet. Back in Melbourne we find out why there is still confusion over helmet cameras. Jonesy checks out Iron Motorcycles and we ride into a glorious Yellowstone National Park.
In in this episode we check out the two major toy runs in Melbourne. Back in Oregon we go for a bumpy back road ride to the well known Hells Canyon lookout ( Americans call it an ‘overlook’). In Bindoon we meet up with a drag racer called’Sludge’. Leaving Oregon we ride the ‘Rattlesnake’ and survive. Maurice Blackburn Lawyers explain why they do so much motorcycle advocacy. In Lewiston in Idaho we discover the heaps of tight corners on the ‘Old Spiral Highway’ and then Jonesy takes us back to Wollongong to check out the Harley Days Custom Bike Show.
In this episode Jonesy travels to Wollongong to check out the Harley Days motorcycle extravaganza. We discover why riders in East Oregon refer to rides around Joseph as ‘Gods Country’. Back in Perth we check out some great bikes at the Temporary Australians Ride and Bike Show. We discover what makes Melbourne drivers jealous of motorcycle riders especially in the peak hours. We discover a bronze motorcycle that is causing controversy in Joseph. And we focus on the future of Sydney bike shows with so much harassment of clubs and events by the authorities.
In this episode we go on the annual Temporary Australians Ride and Bike show this time held in Perth. Back in the USA we ride the Oregon Trail and discover that state’s own Blue Mountains. We focus on the concern in Victoria over wire rope barriers. The Temporary Australians crew find an unexpected welcome in Prairie City in Oregon. We chat to a Christian biker from a club called ‘Band of Brothers’ and we meet a Sydney Police rider with the trail bike unit who would rather educate than book young riders in the bush plus he shows us his classic Suzuki 750 Waterbottle.
In this episode we discover why trike riding in Australia is a lifestyle choice. Back in Idaho we have a High Desert experience at an innovative Harley Davidson and Indian dealership that runs its own novice training. Malcolm Cumming talks about the danger of gravel on road surfaces for motorcycles and the Victorian Roads’ Minister tells us what he is doing about it.In Los Angeles we talk to the founder of riders rights coalition called NCOM and find out if it has been effective. We go on a sublime trike ride near Sydney through the Royal National Park and express concern over the anti-association laws at the UMC NSW Ride Against Prejudice.