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Episode 128 - New Riders, Inside Scoop and Brown Shoes 

Hello Boys and Girls and welcome to another episode of the Motorcycle Men!!

Thank you for listening and your support, every one of you have made this podcast as fun as it is and your continued support is greatly appreciated. If you wish to help us out with some cold hard cash, you can make a one time (or multiple if you like) donation via Paypal to or go to the homepage of the website and click on that "Donate" button.

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Don't forget to visit our Facebook page and say hello and hit that like/follow button. Go to our contacts page, get on our email list!!  Send us a note!!!  Leave us some feedback on iTunes!! Send us a pick of your bike!!!

And please, tell your friends and family about motorcycles, tell them what it means to you and why you ride. Avoid expressing bad comments that reference the hazards of motorcycling. Express your passion for motorcycling and consider mentoring someone new to motorcycling. Ask me about motorcycles!!!

Please patronize our fellow podcasters, Motovloggers and Youtubers: Loud Pipes Podcast, Throttled Podcast, Motorcycles and Misfits, Cleveland Moto, Cafe' Racer Podcast, Wheelnerds, The Pace, Motoriffic Podcast, Girl on a Moto, Bike n' Bird Motovlog, Dan Dan The Fireman, Delboy's Garage and many more.

For Tim Buktu, Chris "Joker", Justin "Shoes" Brown.... This is Ted "Wrongway", thank you for listening and remember, we say stupid crap so you don't have to.


Episode 127 - Interview with Lisa Brouwer of Full Throttle Living 

Hello boys and girls! 

Welcome to Episode 127! You'll enjoy this episode. If you've ever had the desire to do something but have a boat load of excuses, this is your episode. Lisa Brouwer of Full Throttle Living is here with me in the Corner booth of the V-Twin Cafe to tell us all about riding the same ride that Effie Hotchkiss did in 1915. Her story and mission just may inspire you to do the same thing. 

If you'd like to help out the podcast, just go to our home page and hit that DONATE button and that will go a long way to helping us get some things done around here. Like stickers and t-shirts!! 

I have a request for all motorcycle riders and owners. In an effort to get more people on motorcycles, promote and praise the good parts of motorcycling, talk about all that you are able to do and the pleasure and joy it brings you. Keep negative comments to yourself, do not say things about bad drivers, crashing or traffic. Do not speak of hazards, but speak of the way to ensure their own safety, speak of responsible, respectful riding and speak of safety and being prepared. 

There are only two kinds of motorcyclists: those that ride and those that want to ride. Use those words. Promote your passion, don't speak ill of it. 

For Tim "Buktu", Chris "Joker", I am Ted "Wrongway", thank you for listening to this episode 127 with Lisa Brouwer of Full Throttle Living. Remember kids, we say stupid crap so you don't have to. 

Enjoy your ride.

Episode 101 - Interview with Motorcycle PR guy Robert Pandya  

Hello Boys and girls, welcome to another episode of the Motorcycle Men.

50% of all donations and contributions to the podcast go to Vetrest to help our men and women who suffer with Post traumatic Stress.  Help out now.

Great interview with Robert Pandya of Spokespeople LLC and he tells us about the motorcycle industry and his relationship with Indian among others.

We are aware that there is a problem with downloading from iTunes. I have been advised to tell you to contact Apple support if you are having trouble.  Additionally, I have been informed that episodes are no longer showing up on Stitcher radio. This is being addressed and hope to have it resolved soon.

Don't forget, if you want to be apart of the show, you can call 908-514-4070 between 8 and 9 p.m. during our studio shows. Or you can Skype us at MOTOMENPC. If you don't want to be on the show you can just leave us a message at that phone number as well.  

Write us some email, tell us about you and your bike, tell us how you like the show and show us your sticker on our Facebook Page!!

Ride safe kids!!