Category: Podcasts

Ron Grace | Lost for a Reason

Ron Grace and Mark Levesque co-founded Lost for a (LFAR)  as a way to say THANK YOU to the children and families on the Navajo reservation for the use of the land on which they ride, run and explore.

Allan Karl | Navigating After Sudden Change

  Allan Karl spent nearly three years riding around the world, alone on a motorcycle. Along the way and high in the Bolivian Andes he crashed and crushed his leg. But this didn’t stop him. While he was devastated by

Gaila Gutierrez & Tad Haas | MotoStays

Gaila Gutierrez and Tad Haas are two ordinary people who had big dreams of living a life out of the ordinary. They currently reside in the Seattle area and hope to begin planning their next big adventure. Burned out on

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Karl Koop | Mennonite History and Culture

Karl Koop specializes in the history of Christianity and in contemporary theology, and is particularly interested in Anabaptist studies, Systematic Theology and topics related to religious unity.  He has written and co-edited several books and articles related to Anabaptist studies and

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Jeremy Kroeker | Journeys of Fear and Faith

Jeremy Kroeker has traveled to nearly 30 countries with his motorcycle and done at least one outrageously stupid thing in every one. One October, he rode from Canada to Panama in an attempt to flee the pain of a broken

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Judy Willems | About Liz Jansen

The Wheels to Wisdom podcast follows an incredible quest that Liz Jansen has embarked on. It seemed fitting, on this her first week on the road, that we take a step back and get a good snapshot into Liz’s life and

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Michele Carter & Masoomeh | Skin Care Tips

Michele Carter was hooked on motorcycles the first time she rode a dirt bike when she was 10 years old. You’ll also find her out on hiking trails, ski slopes and just about everywhere else in between she can explore.

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Grant Johnson | Preparing Your Motorcycle for Travel

  Grant Johnson and his wife Susan are veteran travelers. In early 1987, they sold everything, quit their jobs and headed for Panama on a motorcycle. They eventually rode RTW (around the world) north to south, two up on a

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Alisa Clickenger | Emotional Preparation for Solo Travel

  Alisa Clickenger turned 40 in 2006, and wanted to be not who she was. Looking for answers, she walked the 750-mile Camino de Santiago pilgrimage across Spain. She’d tried to negotiate 5 weeks off work but ended up not

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Kevin Hagerty | Adventure Travel Motorcycle Skills

Kevin Hagerty is a lifelong motorcyclist and a professional guide for MotoQuest Tours in Peru & Alaska. He promotes MotoQuest from his home base in California, and works in Alaska during the summers. Kevin has has worked in the motorcycle

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