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Arrive Alive!

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Listen to real-life riders share their stories about the mental, physical and mechanical approach to riding and being safe on their motorcycles. Hosted by Len Bilello.

Latest Episodes

Riding, Thriving and Surviving in Big Cities

Riding motorcycles in big cities can be very enjoyable and exciting. It’s also extremely dangerous. Today Len and two seasoned city riders help you learn more about what it takes to own and ride safely in large urban areas so that you will have as much fun as possible. Insurance, theft prevention, Group Riding, and how to predict and react to danger are also covered. If you ride or plan to ride in a big city (like New York) this episode is for you.

56 MIN1 w ago
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Riding, Thriving and Surviving in Big Cities

Words of Wisdom from Racetrack Rider and Surgeon Dr. Kuo

Dr. Rebecca Kuo is a top spinal surgeon in Chicago and commutes to work on one Triumph, and riders a Triumph Daytona on the racetrack on the weekends! A certified adrenaline lover, Dr. Kuo shares her secrets for coming home alive, whether it’s on the street or carving an S-Turn on the track. And in this episode, she also shares tips for staying limber and pain-free before and after riding!

38 MIN2 w ago
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Words of Wisdom from Racetrack Rider and Surgeon Dr. Kuo

Wes Fleming Shares Mental and Physical Healing

Wes Fleming's passion for two-wheeled cycles began with his bicycle that he’d ride around various air force bases growing up as a young boy. Wes’s mechanical skills helped him get his first motorcycle just after high school and he’s had the motorbike bug ever since. About 20 years ago Wes was in a crash that resulted in a case of PTSD. In this episode, Wes shares his path to physical and mental healing and some excellent safety advice. And Wes also explains what a sidecar is to our host, Len Bilello.

66 MINJUL 1
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Wes Fleming Shares Mental and Physical Healing

Looking Forward To Every Day with Racer / Journalist Andrew Trevitt

Andrew loved motorcycles from a very young age and In 2008, a car made an illegal turn causing Andrew to crash and the result was Andrew being paralyzed from the waist down. We are thankful Andrew took the time to share some painful stories about the accident and how that has changed his life and how he “looks forward to every day” as you’ll hear him say. Additionally, Andrew shares some very practical riding advice related to visual fixation and riding in the rain.

43 MINJUN 23
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Looking Forward To Every Day with Racer / Journalist Andrew Trevitt

EP. 11 Rev. Susan Sparks Talks Safety and Spirituality on her Harley

Reverend Sparks has been riding a Harley for years and is a former trial attorney and is a stand-up comedian and is a Senior Pastor at Madison Avenue Baptist Church in New York City. Susan has authored two books about spirituality and stand up comedy and she's been featured on Oprah, in the New York Times and on ABC, CNN, and CBS. Listen to Rev. Sparks share her approach to safe riding and finding peace on her Harley!

45 MINJUN 15
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EP. 11 Rev. Susan Sparks Talks Safety and Spirituality on her Harley

Innovation and Safety With Bob's BMW Drew Alexander

Drew Alexander spent the first part of his career as one of the early staff members and radio jocks on WLIR-FM, a station that would change how the united states listened to music. Drew helped introduce artists like U2, The Cure, The Smiths, Duran Duran, George Michael, and Prince to North America. Now Drew evangelizes riding and helps customers at Bob’s BMW to have everything they need to enjoy riding, maintaining, and enjoying their motorcycles.

68 MINJUN 9
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Innovation and Safety With Bob's BMW Drew Alexander

Author Alisa Clickenger shares her approach to safety based on her global riding experiences

Alisa is a world traveler, author, professional experience maker, and confidence coach. Alisa's book Boost Your Confidence Through Motorcycling: A Woman's Guide to Being Your Best Self On and Off the Bike became an Amazon.com #1 Bestseller. Alisa's next project is REVVtalks, a platform that aims to educate riders through live webinars, conferences, and an extensive video library.

59 MINMAY 25
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Author Alisa Clickenger shares her approach to safety based on her global riding experiences

Ep. 8 Americade Founder Bill Dutcher's Shares His Safety Secrets!

Bill Dutcher founded one of the most successful and well-known motorcycle rallies in North America. He's been riding for 50 years and has expertise in many different types of riding and terrains and he's also observed the good and bad of modern riders. Bill shares his approach to safety which includes group riding, avoiding deer and how to choose the right motorcycle

52 MINMAY 21
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Ep. 8 Americade Founder Bill Dutcher's Shares His Safety Secrets!

Exec Recruiter Jeff Lundwall talks safety in a variety of conditions

Jeff Lundwall is a NYC based Executive Recruiter who's owned many different types of bikes and is our first guest to have extensive experience commuting by motorcycle in big cities. He has ridden in California, Hawaii and NYC. Most of the time he rides with his wife and shares teaching and safety tips for riding two up.

46 MINMAY 12
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Exec Recruiter Jeff Lundwall talks safety in a variety of conditions

Ep. 6. Eric Anderson shares a world of riding insights

Eric Anderson has spent 30+ years in the motorcycle and Powersports industry. He built Scorpion Helmets from the ground up and consults with major companies like Bell, Schuberth, and others on how to succeed and grow their business. Eric is a helmet "geek" and has ridden all over the world and we are happy he took the time to share his riding and safety insights and expertise with us.

74 MINMAY 3
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Ep. 6. Eric Anderson shares a world of riding insights

Latest Episodes

Riding, Thriving and Surviving in Big Cities

Riding motorcycles in big cities can be very enjoyable and exciting. It’s also extremely dangerous. Today Len and two seasoned city riders help you learn more about what it takes to own and ride safely in large urban areas so that you will have as much fun as possible. Insurance, theft prevention, Group Riding, and how to predict and react to danger are also covered. If you ride or plan to ride in a big city (like New York) this episode is for you.

56 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Riding, Thriving and Surviving in Big Cities

Words of Wisdom from Racetrack Rider and Surgeon Dr. Kuo

Dr. Rebecca Kuo is a top spinal surgeon in Chicago and commutes to work on one Triumph, and riders a Triumph Daytona on the racetrack on the weekends! A certified adrenaline lover, Dr. Kuo shares her secrets for coming home alive, whether it’s on the street or carving an S-Turn on the track. And in this episode, she also shares tips for staying limber and pain-free before and after riding!

38 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Words of Wisdom from Racetrack Rider and Surgeon Dr. Kuo

Wes Fleming Shares Mental and Physical Healing

Wes Fleming's passion for two-wheeled cycles began with his bicycle that he’d ride around various air force bases growing up as a young boy. Wes’s mechanical skills helped him get his first motorcycle just after high school and he’s had the motorbike bug ever since. About 20 years ago Wes was in a crash that resulted in a case of PTSD. In this episode, Wes shares his path to physical and mental healing and some excellent safety advice. And Wes also explains what a sidecar is to our host, Len Bilello.

66 MINJUL 1
Comments
Wes Fleming Shares Mental and Physical Healing

Looking Forward To Every Day with Racer / Journalist Andrew Trevitt

Andrew loved motorcycles from a very young age and In 2008, a car made an illegal turn causing Andrew to crash and the result was Andrew being paralyzed from the waist down. We are thankful Andrew took the time to share some painful stories about the accident and how that has changed his life and how he “looks forward to every day” as you’ll hear him say. Additionally, Andrew shares some very practical riding advice related to visual fixation and riding in the rain.

43 MINJUN 23
Comments
Looking Forward To Every Day with Racer / Journalist Andrew Trevitt

EP. 11 Rev. Susan Sparks Talks Safety and Spirituality on her Harley

Reverend Sparks has been riding a Harley for years and is a former trial attorney and is a stand-up comedian and is a Senior Pastor at Madison Avenue Baptist Church in New York City. Susan has authored two books about spirituality and stand up comedy and she's been featured on Oprah, in the New York Times and on ABC, CNN, and CBS. Listen to Rev. Sparks share her approach to safe riding and finding peace on her Harley!

45 MINJUN 15
Comments
EP. 11 Rev. Susan Sparks Talks Safety and Spirituality on her Harley

Innovation and Safety With Bob's BMW Drew Alexander

Drew Alexander spent the first part of his career as one of the early staff members and radio jocks on WLIR-FM, a station that would change how the united states listened to music. Drew helped introduce artists like U2, The Cure, The Smiths, Duran Duran, George Michael, and Prince to North America. Now Drew evangelizes riding and helps customers at Bob’s BMW to have everything they need to enjoy riding, maintaining, and enjoying their motorcycles.

68 MINJUN 9
Comments
Innovation and Safety With Bob's BMW Drew Alexander

Author Alisa Clickenger shares her approach to safety based on her global riding experiences

Alisa is a world traveler, author, professional experience maker, and confidence coach. Alisa's book Boost Your Confidence Through Motorcycling: A Woman's Guide to Being Your Best Self On and Off the Bike became an Amazon.com #1 Bestseller. Alisa's next project is REVVtalks, a platform that aims to educate riders through live webinars, conferences, and an extensive video library.

59 MINMAY 25
Comments
Author Alisa Clickenger shares her approach to safety based on her global riding experiences

Ep. 8 Americade Founder Bill Dutcher's Shares His Safety Secrets!

Bill Dutcher founded one of the most successful and well-known motorcycle rallies in North America. He's been riding for 50 years and has expertise in many different types of riding and terrains and he's also observed the good and bad of modern riders. Bill shares his approach to safety which includes group riding, avoiding deer and how to choose the right motorcycle

52 MINMAY 21
Comments
Ep. 8 Americade Founder Bill Dutcher's Shares His Safety Secrets!

Exec Recruiter Jeff Lundwall talks safety in a variety of conditions

Jeff Lundwall is a NYC based Executive Recruiter who's owned many different types of bikes and is our first guest to have extensive experience commuting by motorcycle in big cities. He has ridden in California, Hawaii and NYC. Most of the time he rides with his wife and shares teaching and safety tips for riding two up.

46 MINMAY 12
Comments
Exec Recruiter Jeff Lundwall talks safety in a variety of conditions

Ep. 6. Eric Anderson shares a world of riding insights

Eric Anderson has spent 30+ years in the motorcycle and Powersports industry. He built Scorpion Helmets from the ground up and consults with major companies like Bell, Schuberth, and others on how to succeed and grow their business. Eric is a helmet "geek" and has ridden all over the world and we are happy he took the time to share his riding and safety insights and expertise with us.

74 MINMAY 3
Comments
Ep. 6. Eric Anderson shares a world of riding insights
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