False Neutral #37: Motorcycles & Music with Thai Long Ly

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Eric and Garrett welcome part-time bike tester, full-time motorcyclist, professional musician, and all-around cool guy Thai Long Ly to the podcast. Thai is not only a regular member of Motorcycle.com’s bike test crew but an accomplished bass player, songwriter, recording engineer and music producer. He eloquently speaks about the similarities between making music and riding a motorcycle. Garrett had some bandwidth issues that makes him sound like a cyborg in a few spots, but it doesn’t last long.

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False Neutral – Motorcycles & Music with Thai Long Ly

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  1. nanoop Avatar

    I’ve just listened to #35, where you comment a bit on what 50cc a middle aged man (in Norway) could ride with some dignity. I think Honda MB5 (MB50 in Europe) is a hot hint, thank you – Comstars!
    A colleague also mentioned the Sachs Madass: too strange a design for teenagers (BMX on steroids), cheap, easy to throw a wrench at (engine licensed from Honda) – and obtainable.

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