If you enjoy motorcycles, camping, motorcycle travel, exploring or just some good old off road riding this is the podcast for you. Cody and Chappy are older adults that have been riding motorcycles for many years and many miles, they will share their experiences both positive and negative with you. They have ridden and raced dirt bikes, traveled on bikes solo and 2-up, as well as alone and with other riders. Cody spends a lot of time camping off of his motorcycle, from the BDR’s to just going for a short adventure and overnight camp. If you are looking for some MotoCamping ideas Cody is your Man! Chappy has been on dirt bikes since he was about 8 years old and has had various street bikes over the last 40+ years (mostly sportbikes). Both Cody and Chappy have a love of motorcycles and traveling on them and want to share their love for the sport with anyone and everyone. Come join us in our continuing adventure and let us explore the subject together.
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In this weeks episode Cody gives updates on his trips and Chappy gives an update on the house. more
In this episode we go over a list of ADV bikes that are reported to be reliable and give you our thoughts on each. more
It is inevitable that you will eventually find yourself pulling into camp just as it is getting dark. In this episode we discuss some tips for making this go a little easier. more
What a great show. The chemistry between You two is perfect. Simply put, it’s works great! I love how the show gives great useful information to someone like me that’s just getting into adventure riding along with not making it sound like a boring podcast at all. Witty humor, adult hidden humor and real talk makes this a podcast i often listen too over n over. Keep it up more
Listening to the latest episode with Tim C. Is one of the most emotional things I’ve done in a long time. He is such an amazing speaker, and to hear his story is amazing. There is no doubt in my mind, this is the best one you guys have done so far. Keep up the great work! more
The hosts use of the R word is very disrespectful for people with special needs & their families, it’s not acceptable to use to make fun of people born with limitations by using this word
I just found this podcast. I don't know what took so long. This is exactly what I always wish existed.
Every morning, I take my dogs for their walk and Throttled Adventures is my go to podcast to listen to. I laugh, agree and disagree to every episode. My son, Bubba J, listens a lot with me. He always says that Cody is saying bad words 🤣Love how these guys get side tracked so much when talking about a topic. Just two guys talking and/or interviewing their guests. Hope to meet ya guys one day and ride with ya more
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