Hirsty goes to Adelaide to join in the fun of the Adelaide Toy Run. Jonesy tests out the Barbarian V8 motorcycle. We find out what makes a bikie mum and take a look at the Bankstown Custom Motorcycle Show. Jonesy discovers a sled we should have in our shed and Hirsty finds an out of the way meeting place for Adelaide bikers. Jonesy visits the Nepean Dirt Races and learns the meaning of swinging off a dirt track sidecar and we find out where the Adelaide Toy Run finishes up after a ride through the Adelaide Hills.
We check out last year’s Australian Motorcycle Expo in Melbourne. Jonesy finds out what makes a Highway Patrol rider tick and we learn how vast riding options are in WA. We check out the Silverwater Motor Festival and I find the perfect scooter for Jonesy. We discover the meaning of nicknames in the biker scene and find out what it takes to be a Bikie Chic. Jonesy checks out Hell Riders and Royal Enfields and we find out what some motorcyclists keep from their mums.
Beno from Hunter Motorcycles takes us on a ride just outside Perth. We find out how Pooh got his nickname, and don’t his mates love it! Jonesy visits a motorcycle clubhouse and gets a lesson in playing pool. We check out a real bikers garage in SA and at some bikers views of Aussie humour. Jonesy catches up with some famous motorcycling faces including the Big Kahuna at Victory Motorcycles and retired NRL star Nathan Hindmarsh plus gives us a look at another sled we should have in our shed and we go on a demo ride through the streets of Perth.
Jonesy hits the road with 1500 riders in support of the Police Wall to Wall Ride. We meet Salty and find out the meaning of life, catch-up with Keith Williams about motorcycle television and we look at last year’s protest ride in Melbourne. We learn how to carry your surf board on your Harley and how some bikers have survived a tough roll of the dice. Jonesy runs into NSW State of Origin Captain Paul Gallen as he chooses his personal ride. We find out about Selena’s bike and what 1500 Police and supporters did in Canberra on the Wall to Wall.
We ask why would anyone go adventure motorcycling, Jonesy checks out the Hard Ride and catches up with Angry Anderson,we go on a very wet Good as Gold Poker Run in Queensland, Jonesy checks out the Suzuki GSXR, we check out what the boys should wear, we find out why it is not the riders fault in Melbourne, Jonesy discovers a classic KTM, we find out what motivates Long Hall Lyn, Jonesy catches up with 2GB radio host Chris Smith and we find out where the Hard Ride ended up.
On Temporary Australians we go for a ride in the Adelaide Hills, we find out why Mick Corboy is a Top Cop, we discover how popular tattoos have become, stunt rider Matt Mingay reveals his dating secrets, Jonesy checks out an automatic off road motorcycle, we discover what old school motorcycling is all about, we visit the Torque Restaurant and check out the Victory Show and Shine in Sydney last year.
On Temporary Australians we find out what it takes to be King of Nepean. We discover what New Old Skool means. Pauly Fenech shares a Housos view of motorcycle club culture and we discover what it takes to do airbrush art. Jonesy tests out a Suzuki DRZ 400 and we check out former first daughter Chelsea Clinton’s favourite Olympic Harley. Solictor Piet Baird relives the Acid Green Era. We discover why Queensland Rules and we check out what it takes to be a trials rider in South Australia.
On Temporary Australians we find out what happened at the Harley Davidson 110 year celebration in Melbourne. Jonesy checks out the Blue Knights and JJJ’s Father Bob explains why he supports MotoV8. We catch up with Live to Ride Magazine’s Crossy and we discover just how widespread is the issue of judging a book by its cover in the motorcycle scene. We ask where is Norm Fraser, we discover Jonesy’s real home and we join the Thunder Run at this year’s 110 in Williamstown.
On Temporary Australians we check out the Black Dog Ride to Central Australia, Jonesy takes a Ducati for a spin in Melbourne and we take a closer look at the Museum on display at the Harley 110. Jonesy reveals a secret motorcycle ride to Kurnell in Sydney, we look at the controversial anti-association laws, Jonesy checks out a Suzuki Hayabusa and we find out what makes Kwik Mick tick!
On Temporary Australians we discover just how popular trikes have become and we uncover some secret women’s business. Wayne Shepherd from CMA South Australia explains how he rides with purpose, we find some Indians on the loose, Ray Robinson fills us in on the Blue Liners, Jonesy takes a chook chaser for a ride, we check out popular biker band Black Label and we find out what a dream trike is like to ride.
On Temporary Australians we discover how some bikers enjoy club life, Superbike Champ Jamie Stauffer talks to Jonesy about his racing origins and we find out if Jonesy can make it in off-road racing? We check out Bub’s Customs and then find out some secret bikers’ business at the Harley Davidson 110 Year Celebration in Williamstown. Jonesy checks out another sled for our shed and we visit the opening of Sy’s Harley Davidson in Campbelltown in Sydney’s South West.
In the last episode of Series 2 we look at a special custom chopper and then discover the advantages of helmet camera’s. Jonesy talks to passionate motorcyclist and NSW Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione. Jonesy finds out about some classic motocross and we find out why Redfern Motorcycles has moved to Corrimal near Wollongong. We find out about racing in the West and we check out Wild Card Customs. Jonesy shows us how to start bikers really young. Hirsty reflects on some God Stuff and we find out what it is like to have the wind in your hair!