Episode 6, in which we talk to filmmaker Daniel Rintz

This episode features my discussion with Daniel Rintz. Daniel is from what some of us used to call East Germany, and a few years ago he decided to set out on his motorcycle and travel the world. There were ups and downs, of course, and you can hear all about them. You can also see them by watching his first film, Somewhere Else Tomorrow, and everybody signed up for this mailing list by 29 October will be in a drawing to win one of three copies of the DVD.

You’ll also hear news about the sale of Ducati, Nicky Hayden’s death, Royal Enfield’s single-cylinder adventure bike, and thanks to our partnership with Cycle News, info about Indian’s new Wrecking Crew, World Superbike champ Ben Spies, and CoverGirl’s newest model, up-and-coming racer Shelina Moreda.

We’ve had a great response to the podcast, even more so now that it’s available in iTunes. It would help us out a lot if you iTunes users would leave us a review. Yes, we hope it would be a positive review, but an honest review is all we ask.Links!
BMW MOA – main page | podcast page | member benefits page
Cycle News
Open Explorers (Daniel’s website)
Somewhere Else Tomorrow on IMDB (includes trailer)
Indiegogo campaign for Daniel’s second film
Dell’s MOA discount page (for US consumers)Episode 7 comes out on 30 October.

The next episode features a discussion with Erik Stephens, the motorcycle fanatic and entrepreneur who started the retail operation Twisted Throttle. We get into Erik’s history with motorcycles and one of TT’s newest offerings, the updated Denali lighting system.

Thanks to everybody who has taken the time to listen to the podcast – keep it up! We’ve got a lot more to bring you before the season ends in March. Send suggestions, questions, comments, whatever you got! Use the email address podcast@bmwmoa.org.