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.
We start this episode with a ride from the outskirts of Sydney up the famous Bells Line of Road to the equally well known Brass Monkey Rally. Continuing our US journey we visit Twin Falls in Idaho to find out why Evel Knievel tried to jump its famous canyon.Mad Mick fills us in on his tribute bike. Alana talks about why riding a three wheeled Spyder is so much fun. We discover some surprising motorcycle roads out side of Boise in Idaho. Maurice Blackburn’s Malcolm Cumming talks about supporting first aid training for riders and we meet Idaho’s very own Lady Di.
In this episode we go to Western Australia to check out the famous Bindoon Drags and discover why it is so popular. We continue our journey into Utah and visit Salt Lake City. Melbourne based Maurice Blackburn Lawyers raise the issue of blaming riders for a spate of Victorian fatalities.We visit the famous Bonneville Salt Flats and go for a ride where Burt Munro once competed on the ‘World’s Fastest Indian’. Jonesy speaks to some female riders with an intriguing name at Harley Days in Wollongong and we close off our visit to Bindoon with a family focus.
In this episode we check out the Troy Bayliss Motorcycle Expo in Sydney and find out from Robbie Maddison why it is so good! We discover Red Rock Harley Davidson in Las Vegas and go for a ride down the famous strip past the Harley Davidson Cafe on our way into Arizona to find a famous section of old Route 66 and the intriguing Hackberry General Store. We head off to the Grand Canyon and then onto Kanab in Utah though some great roads and brilliant scenery. Lastly Jonesy winds up the show with a memorial ride near Wollongong for his mate Steve.