Episode 577: Back To School

World Superbikes ended their summer holiday and it was quickly back to school with Jonny Rea teaching how to master the Algarve International Circuit in Portugal. Meanwhile as Dave Neal sheltered from the weather quaffing chilled champagne and...

Episode 576: The Grand National

British Superbikes rolled into Silverstone for Round 9, the last round to decide the final places of the Showdown Six. Dave Neal talks us through all the action from the weekend, all the finishers and fallers and why he enjoyed hugging a grown man...

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Episode 575: MotoGP On The Sea

After three long weekends with no racing we finally arrive in sunny Misano for a warm weekend. Our very own Andrew Course was on the scene, running from interview to trackside to media center to bring you all the news. Let's hear what he has to say...

Episode 574: A Helmet Full Of Keys

A rained-out Silverstone GP surrounded by two off weekends means a month without racing and it's driving us mad. So, as you do, I rang a friend for some good old bench-racing. Pull up a chair, pour yourself a drink and join Mat Oxley and MotoLen as...

Episode 573: The Perfect Storm

After waiting for MotoGP racing for two weeks, we get to wait some more. A late-summer storm, combined with some sub-standard track modifications, meant that there was no racing at Silverstone. There was, however, plenty of news and BSB to talk...

Episode 572: MotoGP Masterclass

There was no MotoGP or World Superbike racing this weekend, so we caught up with our man on the inside, Simon Crafar, to run down through the main stories of the MotoGP season so far. In true MotoPod fashion, it's two mates talking bikes, but this...

Episode 571: Jorge Monsters The Red Bull

Skyler and Jim cover events from the Red Bull Ring in Austria, where Jorge Lorenzo fought to victory in Round 11 of the MotoGP Championship. Skyler recaps the recent MotoAmerica round from Sonoma before we queue up a host of Skyler's interviews with...

Episode 570: Desmo Dovi Does It Again

We hope you have a long commute or flight, because this show is a big one. First Skyler goes solo to bring you all the details on last weekend's Czech GP. It was some of the closest racing we've ever seen so be sure to watch it if you havent. Andrew...

Episode 569: Utah Saints

After a short summer break, Skyler and Derek are back tanned and refreshed to do a MotoAmerica deep dive after the Championship of Utah from the Utah Motorsports Campus. They review the event, the current state of motorcycle road racing in the US...

Episode 568: Der Sachsenring

Europe's heatwave kept the Sachsenring dry and the racing was hot. There was interesting action in all three classes and Skyler and Jim are here to tell you all about it. There are some interesting topics at the end, so be sure to write in to...

Episode 567: Business As Usual?

Skyler and Derek connect and catch up with the World Superbike racing from Misano in Italy. Jonny Rea does the double but he had to work in Race Two fighting with the Yamahas and Ducatis to take the win. -- ©2018 MotoPodhttp://motopodcast.comhttp://...

Episode 566: Are You Not Entertained???

After a humdinger of a weekend at Assen, Jim McDowell and Skyler Vickroy do their best to analyse an epic MotoGP battle as well as the racing from Moto2 and Moto3. -- ©2018 MotoPodhttp://motopodcast.comhttp://twitter.com/moto_podhttp://facebook.com...

Episode 565: Double Trouble

Jonny Rea had no trouble doing the double at Leguna Seca, while Tom Skyes may have doubled his trouble at KRT. Speaking of double, Haslam takes the trouble to do the double at Snetterton. Listen to MotoPod's very own troubled double, Dave Neal and...

Episode 564: Keeping Cool in Catalunya

Benvinguts! After a fantastic weekend of racing, Derek and Jim are here to tell us all about it. Join them for a run-down on all the news in the motorcycle racing world as well as all the highlights from the GP in Catalunya. -- ©2018 MotoPodhttp://...

Episode 563: Back to Brno

Andrew and Len are back to run down the latest motorcycle racing news and catch up on last weekend's WorldSBK race at Brno. After that Dave and Andrew discuss this year's Isle of Man TT and Dave's trip to the island. Zoom, zoom! Help Steve Mercer's...

Episode 562: The Spartan Phoenix

Mugello provided a gorgeous backdrop for Round Six of the MotoGP. The lush green rolling hills were bathed in yellow smoke as The Doctor took his first pole since 2016. Skyler Victory and Derek Cabrera review the weekend of racing, talk the latest...

Episode 561: Double Dutch

It's Round Six of World Superbikes from Donington Park where Michael van der Mark shows some real dutch courage to do the double taking his first SBK win. Andy and Len throw all the biking grist into the MotoPod mill, chew the fat seasoned with a...

Episode 560: En Français S'il Vous Plaît

Jim and Derek get together to talk about the crashiest of crashy crashfests. We had exhilarating racing, death-defying stunts, some less exhilarating racing and even a few big surprises. All that plus a bit of news! If you like what you're hearing,...

Episode 559: Master and Commander

Jonathan Rea takes command of the 2018 World Superbike Championship with a dominant performance at Imola. Andy and Len discuss the highlights from the weekend including the retirement of the incredible five time world champion, Kenan Sofuoglu and...

Episode 558: The Racing Incident

A bumper 2hr podcast with Jim and Derek covering all the news and action from the MotoGP weekend at Jerez, followed by Andy and Dave catching up with Bennetts British Superbike round 3 from Oulton Park. -- ©2018 MotoPodhttp://motopodcast.comhttp...

Episode 557: Don't Mess With Texas

It took us a while to get home from the Lone Star State, but Jim and Len are here to tell you all about the GP of the Americas. We saw exciting qualifying sessions, all kinds of racing and had our fill of Tex-Mex food and beer. Grab a cold Tecate...

Episode 556: /ˈsmɔːɡəsbɔːd/

After a huge weekend of racing, Skyler and Derek's plates are full as they chow down on World Superbikes from Aragon, where the Ducatis have often brought the fight to Kawasakis, they go on to cover the opening round of MotoAmerica at Road Atlanta...

Episode 555: MotoGP's Wild Ride

The Gran Premio de Argentina has given us great racing in the past, and this year certainly lived up to our expectations. Wild weather, mixed-up grids and every kind of unpredictability you couldn't predict set the scene for three fascinating races...

Episode 554: Two Yankees in King Arthur's Court

While it's officially spring, winter isn't letting go on both sides of the Atlantic. Join Jim and Derek as they bring a US perspective to British Superbikes. While it isn't their normal beat, they enjoyed the racing and have some interesting...

Episode 553: Get Well Soon #50

It's a long one at 2hrs as Andrew Course and Dave Neal get together for a rambling chat covering the recent IOM TT live launch and related news, the World SuperBike round in Thailand and the upcoming BSB round at Donington, marking the start of the...

Episode 552: The Duel in the Desert

Yes MotoPod fans, the day has finally come! We're done reading the winter tea leaves and we've finished talking about testing. MotoGP racing has started and all three classes delivered, with some results that we expected and a few surprises. Crack...

Episode 551: Motosplaining

Pre-season testing is over and the first weekend of the 2018 MotoGP season is about to begin. Let Battle Commence! Join Derek and Jim as they set the world right, let us know who should be on which team and make some Wild Ass Predictions™. Next we...

Episode 550: Our Man In Qatar

The name is Darlington, Martin Darlington and he is MotoPod's man on the inside at the final MotoGP test in Qatar. Skyler Vickroy finds out who fell victim to his seductive questioning and what secrets they let slip in the process. Meanwhile Skyler...

Episode 549: It's a corker, down under

Bruce and Bruce crack a few tins of the amber nectar, chuck some ‘roo on the barbie and bring you the first round of the World Superbikes from Phillip Island, Australia. It may not have been a scorcher weather wise, but it was a corker race wise (at...

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