In this session of the Motorcycle Mentor Podcast, I speak with Randy Smith, also known as Motosage. Randy explains why (even after riding for 30 years) he still takes a hands-on motorcycle riding class at the beginning of every riding season.
I really enjoyed speaking with Randy. He shares some great riding tips and stories. I wish you could see the motorcycles in his garage. He has more than a few.
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More specifically, in this session you’ll find out about:
- Who is Randy Smith, and why do his friends call him Motosage?
- Why Randy takes a hands-on riding class every year?
- How fast Randy has ridden a motorcycle?
- What’s Randy’s favorite motorcycle ride?
- What Randy thinks you should do, if you start thinking you’re an expert rider?
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Photos of our special guest: Randy Smith (Motosage)
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