Motor Mouth Podcast: A lifetime on two


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May 22, 2023

Motor Mouth Podcast: A lifetime on two

David Booth looks back on decades of motorcycling, both riding and writing

David Booth looks back on decades of motorcycling, both riding and writing about them, and glimpses into the future

In this week's Motor Mouth podcast David Booth goes back to his riding roots, which started in a small northern Quebec community aboard a Honda CT70. He also talks about his favourite motorcycles he's owned, his dream bikes and his early days of being a motorcycle reviewer (which preceded his automotive journalism career).

He also touches upon some of the two-wheelers coming out in 2024 that have got his motor running, and gives his opinion on the emerging electric motorcycle segment. That segues into a discussion about the prospect of hydrogen-powered bikes, and he wraps up by discussing the next generation of motorcyclists.

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