Episode 138, in which Scott O’Sullivan talks motorcycle law at Rider Justice

How often do you get to talk to a lawyer off the clock? Scott O’Sullivan – the rider behind the law office known as Rider Justice – gives us an hour of his time. All kidding aside, Scott is passionate about making sure motorcyclists are represented not just when they need help in court, but at the legislative level in Colorado, where he lives, and elsewhere.

Visit the Rider Justice website and follow them on social media – Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Not to be confused with the Danish revenge-action-very-dark-comedy Riders of Justice, which stars Mads Mikkelsen and is actually a pretty good movie.

In the news, we dig into alternate propulsion with news about Kawasaki’s hydrogen power cell for motorcycles, which is being built by Toyota. In EM (electric motorcycle … think the abbreviation will catch on?) news, it’s all about Honda’s aggressive electrification strategy and whether or not their timeline is realistic.

Thanks to webBikeWorld for funneling news our way, and be sure to check out their website for the latest motorcycle news and in-depth product reviews.

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