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Aims to cover all things trail and adventure bike related, rapidly growing sector, lots of new people coming to this type of biking. Want to provide a resource for riders. We want to talk about things like; Trail riding in the UK, The TRF, The TET, motorbike travel, bikes and kit and film making.
 
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We are back again, apologising again, but ill health, all good now, and a broken laptop have conspired against us, but here we are...In this episode we de-brief our recent trip around the north of England to celebrate Greg's 40th, (I know! Doesn't he look older!)which is captured in the marvelous film which accompanies this podcast -https://www.you…
 
Today my guest is Michael Von Der Geest. Michael helps to run one of the big four accountancy firms EY which used to be called Ernst and Young. He is also the CEO of EY Seren their digital platform. He has helped to make mindfulness teaching widely available to their 250, 000 staff worldwide and sponsors their internal mindfulness support network w…
 
It's been a while, sorry for being a bit useless. Life is very busy despite lock-down... This is part one of the story of our cancelled trip to the Spanish Pyrenees, where we went to the north east and west of our own fair island. Fun was had, beer was drunk, bikes were discussed, disaster was averted. Love was shown to the KTM 125 EXC (even by Noe…
 
If you’re interested in Magick, what it is, and just as importantly what It isn’t, then you have to tune into this interview with Daniel Ingram This is the second time Daniel has appeared on my show. Daniel is famous for his teachings on Buddhist meditation and his controversial views about meditative attainments-but is less well known as a practit…
 
If you’re interested in Magick, what it is, and just as importantly what It isn’t, then you have to tune into this interview with Daniel Ingram This is the second time Daniel has appeared on my show. Daniel is famous for his teachings on Buddhist meditation and his controversial views about meditative attainments-but is less well known as a practit…
 
If you’re interested in Magick, what it is and just as importantly what It isn’t, then you have to tune into this interview with Daniel Ingram This is the second time Daniel has appeared on my show. Daniel is famous for his teaching on Buddhist meditation and his controversial views about meditative attainments-but is less well known as a practitio…
 
Today my guest is Nir Eyal. Nir is a bestselling author, tech entrepreneur university lecturer and investor who literally wrote the book on how to build habit-forming products The model he described in his first book Hooked has been used by countless tech startups such as Fitbod to build a huge customer base But in is his latest book, Indistractabl…
 
Today I'm talking to former Buddhist monk, therapist and climate change activist, Suvaco. Suvaco spent twenty years living as a monk in the jungles of northeast Thailand, getting up before three in the morning, meditating for many hours a day and walking for miles to beg for one meal a day. Born in Denmark and raised in Italy he now lives in the UK…
 
This time round I’m talking to shaman and healer, Ya’Acov Darling Khan. Ya’acov is very much a 21st century shaman. Based in Devon in the UK, he is a bestselling author and founder of the School of Movement Medicine. He has devoted the last 30 yeas of his life to bringing together ancient shamanic practices from different indigenous cultures around…
 
If you’ve ever wondered what happens after you die, how the world looks when you’re enlightened, or can’t understand why you’re spending all this time meditating but still seem to get anxious and angry, then you absolutely, positively, 100% have to tune into this episode of the Monk on a Motorbike podcast This time around I’m talking to former crit…
 
If you’ve ever wondered what happens after you die, how the world looks when you’re enlightened, or can’t understand why you’re spending all this time meditating but still seem to get anxious and angry, then you absolutely, positively, 100% have to tune into this episode of the Monk on a Motorbike podcast This time around I’m talking to former crit…
 
If you’ve ever wondered what happens after you die, how the world looks when you’re enlightened, or can’t understand why you’re spending all this time meditating but still seem to get anxious and angry, then you absolutely, positively, 100% have to tune into this episode of the Monk on a Motorbike podcast This time around I’m talking to former crit…
 
If you’ve ever wondered what happens after you die, how the world looks when you’re enlightened, or can’t understand why you’re spending all this time meditating but still seem to get anxious and angry, then you absolutely, positively, 100% have to tune into this episode of the Monk on a Motorbike podcast This time around I’m talking to former crit…
 
To celebrate International Women’s Day, I’m launching a new season of Monk on a Motorbike podcasts with an interview with political activist, textile artist, and author Rachael Matthews. Rachael first came to fame in the 1990s when she was organizing knit-ins on the London Underground, and in clubs, pubs, museums and open spaces around the city. He…
 
Today my guest is Paul Douglas. Jailed at the age of 16 for his part in a murder Paul spent 12 years in prison where he learned mindfulness. Here he talks openly about the constant violence and the endless fear and depression of life behind bars. and how he eventually discovered meditation which he says transformed his life. Now he has been release…
 
Today I’m talking to Venerable Candavissudhi. Ven Canda is a Buddhist nun in the Theravadan Thai forest tradition. Born and raised in England Ven Canda went to Asia at the Age of 19 where she discovered Vipassana meditation. She spent the next 10 years practicing mostly with her teacher S N Goenkaji at his centres in India before becoming a nun and…
 
We are really happy to welcome serial traveler Helen Lloyd to the podcast for this the 9th Trail and Adventure Motorbike Podcast. Helen has ridden on nearly all the continents and has published two great books on her travels by bicycle through Africa and along the Road of Bones to Magadan, before she saw the light and got a bike with an engine. Hel…
 
In this episode I'm talking to mindfulness teacher Sonya Russo. Sonya teaches mindfulness to prisoners in London's overcrowded and often violent jails. Here she tells the story of turning her back on a successful career in journalism when, after struggling with drug addiction and mental health issues she was introduced to mindfulness in rehab. Cyni…
 
In this episode hear internationally respected meditation teacher, Yanai Postelnik, talking about Buddhism and breaking the law, his involvement with Extinction Rebellion, getting arrested twice during protests against climate change in London. his spiritual path, living solely on donations from his students, going back to protest whilst on bail, a…
 
Chris Bone talks us through his amazing 5 month trip from Yorkshire to the southern most tip of south Africa, crossing 25 countries. Whilst not swimming with crocodiles, nor meeting the Christmas vacationing gorillas, nonetheless Chris tells some great stories like the ones where he ignored some machete wielding 'amateur bandits' and ran away from …
 
In this episode we welcome, or I should say I welcome, as poor Noel is sick, Tim Cooper of 'UKJeeper' fame. Tim has recently ridden 11,000 miles in 6 weeks across the Trans America Trail. Amongst the many top TAT tips Tim tells us (t'alliteration!) how he flew with his bike to Canada and back for not much more money than the price I was recently qu…
 
In this long awaited 6th episode we are trialing our new recording equipment, which will hopefully banish bad sound quality for ever. Noel has been scouting new TET trails in northern Spain whilst being chased by wild boars. We visit the bike show, and in our imaginations, come away with a Honda CRF250L, a KTM 690 Adventure, the new Norton Atlas Sc…
 
We are joined by Steve Stout and Lucy Dunn. Steve was the driving force behind the re-building of the Old Coach Road in north Cumbria. From the TAT to the TET, Steve has traveled and worked all over the world and tells us some great tales from his time in places like Antarctica, and why he is opposed to HEP schemes in Albania. The sound quality is …
 
We welcome an unexpected guest to the Trail and Adventure Motorbike Podcast for episode 4; Peter Gray the founder, director and guide at Wilderness Wheels Morocco. I am a big fan of WW Morocco, and recommend everybody makes a trip to north Africa. The place and the riding is fantastic. Peter gives us a flavour of what to expect if you make it out t…
 
Welcome to episode 3, in which we talk to film maker and media guy for both the TRF and Adventure-Spec, Greg Villalobos. We find out about Greg's biking history and get some great tips on how to make an adventure motorcycle film. We hope you enjoy it, we think this episode is probably our best yet...Greg's films can be found here - https://vimeo.co…
 
Welcome to our second podcast. We recorded this one on location at a Lake District log cabin, near a river. Sadly the sound of the river was terrible, so we had to apply some noise reduction, which has distorted the sound somewhat. We hope you don't find it too distracting. We are new to this, and are not professionals, so bear with us, we will get…
 
This is our first podcast. We spend far too long talking about ourselves, but it seemed sensible to let you know who we are. We would love to hear from you, so let us know what you think and the type of thing you would like us to cover. Who would you like us to interview? What events would you like us to talk about etc.…
 
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