Episode 434: Hints of Racing


Ed Haazer 00:26:24
Glen Richards 00:43:57
Jimi Mac 00:46:10
Michael Howarth 01:06:06

Len Padilla joins Harry Lloyd to talk about the first, and last, dry WSBK test before they head to Australia for the opening round. Phil Hall was busy down at the Phillip Island Classic gathering his usual array of interviews. We have the first couple on the show this week and expect more in the coming weeks. Dave Neal is also back on the interview train. Closer and closer to racing coming back.

©2014 (

Episode 433: Future Dreaming


Dave Neal is back for his first show with Harry Lloyd in the New Year. The news is starting to trickle out more and more and there's even been some motorbikes going around in circles! Sadly not a lot of circles as rain and the bitter cold kept many WSBK riders pit bound. Not happy with this season, we also look ahead at some plans that are bubbling up for 2016 and beyond.

©2014 (

Episode 432: Breaking Bans


Harry Lloyd brings MotoPod into 2015 with a splash of news from all around the motorcycling world. Things are slowly starting to ramp up ahead of testing and one or two manufacturers are maybe a little too keen with their testing plans… We also look back at some emails that sadly got lost under all the Christmas wrapping paper.

Episode 431: Dirt, Tax and Triumph


Oliver Brindley 01:27:35
Lee Jackson 02:07:10

Dave Neal and Harry Lloyd are back for the last episode of 2014! It was an action packed couple of weeks with the Superprestigio and some of the worst kept secrets in BSB. Neil Morrison was on the ground for the end of year dirt track event in Barcelona and joins us to talk in depth about the event. The second edition of the Ring of Fire book club is here and there's some more homework for the new year.

©2014 (

Episode 430: The World in Three Races


Neil Hodgson 00:41:14
Jordan Weaving 01:23:44

Harry Lloyd and Dave Neal are back after a festive week off to talk WSBK testing. They ponder the decision to keep Honda as the lone engine supplier in Moto2 and look at the BSB news that trickled out from the recent bike show. Harry's fashion flash briefly returns, much to the horror of Dave. There's also a MotoPod announcement to help keep everyone warm over the winter.

©2014 (

Episode 429: Chinese Transponder


Bradon Cretu 01:10:05
James Whitham 01:30:34
Jeremy Toye 01:39:48

2015 is underway as MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3 get their first tests of the new season underway. MotoGP was fully timed and had some solid video content, sadly Moto2 and Moto3 weren't required to carry transponders so it's a bit of guess work there. Harry Lloyd and Dave Neal also chat Macau as racing truly comes to a close for the year. Jim Race has two interviews from Macau as well an anecdote about everyone's favourite AMA legend, Mat Mladin.

©2014 (

Episode 428: Rufea Gang


James Rispoli 00:24:42

2014 is done and dusted for MotoGP. Moto3 was a thriller that came down to the wire and had drama throughout, could we have asked for better? Harry Lloyd defends the actions of Jack Miller post race while Dave Neal tries to reign the nationalism in just a little bit. We had the curse of championship liveries strike again with Rabat in Moto2 and Marquez became the winning-est rider in the premier class, or did he? Join us as we talk about one last race in 2014.

©2014 (

Episode 427: Winners and Teams


Martin Darlington reports in from the final round of the WSBK round in Qatar, he was one of dozens of attendees! Harry Lloyd also records some solo news and both touch on the elephant in the room known as team orders. Despite recording separately their views are oddly similar, be sure to write in to MotoPod if you want to share your thoughts. Now, one last race and championship to wrap up before the long cold winter….

©2014 (

Episode 426: One To Go


Chuck Aksland 00:52:06
Jeremy Toye 01:20:06

Martin Darlington and Jim Race return to MotoPod in a blaze of glory. They're here to catch you up on a boiling race from Sepang, the rain stayed but maybe it would have been better wet! Tireless Tito's years of hard work were finally rewarded and Moto3 looks set to be a no gloves boxing match come Valencia. WSBK and MotoGP each have a round left, then the long winter awaits...

©2014 (

Episode 425: Tyre Island


Len Padilla's silky smooth tones join Harry Lloyd to talk about one of the most dramatic weekends of the year. Bridgestone experimented with an asymmetric front tyre to try and combat Phillip Island's unique tyre demands, but there were mixed results. Is Phillip Island MotoGP's Daytona? We also explore how 249+1 = 46 as it all goes right for Rossi once again.

©2014 (

Syndicate content