Q&A

Summary of QAs, great quotes, and damn good advice on riding motorcycles

The QAs has been worth it. The riders I interviewed all had some great things to say and I've learned a lot too. If you missed them you can view them all here and there are links below. There were common themes among some of them. It was a broad spectrum of...

Q&A with Matt Bush. The happiest stunter you’ll ever meet. Want to learn? Talk to him first.

Matt Bush builds, collects, breathes, rides, lives, and loves motorcycles. He works on helicopters for a living, specializing in flight controls, hydraulics and various aircraft components. He also manages his eBay store BushMotoWorx where he parts out crashed bikes...

Q&A with Troy Burstyk. Racer, teacher, and all around good guy. Here’s the story of his successes.

From 1981 to 2015 Troy raced at different times motocross, flattrack, roadracing, supermoto, and even drag racing motorcycles. He was fortunate enough to win some championships in the various disciplines.  He also co-owned and operated West Coast Superbike School from...

Q&A with Misti Hurst #141. She just wanted to ride. She had no plan, some big crashes, and trained her way to the AMA.

Misti started with riding in 2000 at the age of 24. A year later she entered her first race in Washington. She followed that up with the Canadian Nationals and then did  two years racing AMA 600 Supersport and Formula Extreme. She used to jet set around the world...

Q&A with Jeremy Kroeker on riding through the Middle East. It’s friendly and surprisingly affordable.

Jeremy Kroeker is a freelance writer, a speaker, and the author of three books, “Motorcycle Therapy”, “Through Dust and Darkness”, and "Motorcycle Messengers". With his motorcycle, he has traveled to nearly 30 countries while managing to do at least one outrageously...

Q&A with MAXWRIST. Breaking all the rules, riding really FAST and why you shouldn’t.

Interview by Lee Ridefar. Full Throttle. Full Power. Full Aggression. MAXWRIST has made a name for himself on YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, etc by excessively speeding, pulling wheelies by fast cars, and being the rider that breaks all the rules. So why is...

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