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by Bonafide Moto Co

Welcome to the Bonafide Moto Show, brought to you by Bonafide Moto Co - The Experience Generators. Normally, we're out on our motorcycles, or in our 4X4's travelling across Sub-Saharan Africa - sharing our beautiful part of the world with friends, and future friends...but this is where you can listen in online, to hear about those stories, get to know our fellow adventurers and have a good laugh with some friends around a vi ... 

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Podcast episodes

  • Season 1

  • Ian Thomson (Too Much Wifi)

    Ian Thomson (Too Much Wifi)

    TooMuchWifi delivers affordable premium internet to homes and businesses in underserved urban communities. We like this strategy, and support Internet for Everyone.... also, Motorcycles for Everyone. That's why Joe Fleming sits down with Ian Thomson, the founder of Too Much Wifi, on this Episode of The Bonafide Moto Show as he shares his passion to develop his business and provide affordable internet to all underserved regions. To do so, he's currently exploring South Africa by Motorcycle, meeting with communities, and fellow entrepreneurs along the way. xt

  • Thomas Ferreira (Just Like Papa)

    Thomas Ferreira (Just Like Papa)

    ‘Just Like Papa’ is a concept born out of a love for adventure and a deeply routed passion for self-reliance. Therefore, it'd be fitting to have them on Episode 28 of the Bonafide Moto Show - let's just say, we're pretty aligned. Founded by Thomas Ferreira, who has an insatiable desire to adventure, shoot incredible landscapes, and do so so self-reliably. Joe Fleming gets to take an in-depth look at Thomas' EDC (Every Day Carry) and chat all things adventure, their incredible retail store and the brands that they both love. Oh, and did we mention his G-Wagon?

  • Ernie "EDUB" Vigil

    Ernie "EDUB" Vigil

    "Ernie Vigil - ripper of all two wheels." No truer words could be said about Ernie, he's ridden every kind of motorcycle you can imagine, with great skill and style as a professional freestyle and stunt rider. Ernie is a Team Triumph Motorcycles Rider, alongside his good mate Nick Apex Boracha the two have created some insane videos riding Modern Classic's like it's no-bodies business. More often than not, he's the man behind the helmet in all of Triumph's promotional videos. Ernie raced an almost stock 1200 Scrambler in the Baja 1000 last year, and came 5th in class alongside way more suitable motorcycles. Joe Fleming gets to chat to Ernie about his favourite Triumph, some films he's worked on and how he had to learn to perform for crowds, in addition to being a great stunt rider. All right here, on this weeks episode of The Bonafide Moto Show

  • Matias Corea (Two Wheels South)

    Matias Corea (Two Wheels South)

    Two Wheel South - A motorcycle Journey from Brooklyn to Patagonia, written by Matias Corea, who was previously more commonly known as the Founder of Behance. Matias Corea & Joel Estopà embarked on one hell of a journey, in search of a new way of looking at things. Joe Fleming sits down with Matias, to discover what he likes about the ol' boxer BMW's, some scary times in Peru, sneaky photography tips and ultimately why he travels.

  • Michael Woolaway (Woolie's Workshop)

    Michael Woolaway (Woolie's Workshop)

    Previously commanding Woolie’s Workshop at Deus Ex Machina in Venice Beach, Michael "Woolie" Woolaway is a natural born gear head! Hawaiian born, California raised - this builder has been taking things apart and putting them back together ever since he can remember. During his time in Venice Beach, he built motorcycles for Orlando Bloom, Bruce Springsteen, Ryan Reynolds and many many more. Woolie is now head of Industrial Design at Saddlemen On the 25th Episode of The Bonafide Moto Show; Joe Fleming gets to chat to Woolie about his history in Film Making, Motorcycle Building, Pike's Peak Racing, and finally in his happiest moment - working with like-minded moto-heads at his new position at Saddlemen.