Ride The River – Video PodCast.

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Watch the latest WorldRider Video PodCast as Allan & Jeremiah tackle a few water crossings, cruise the wild route from Sucre to Santa Cruz in this exciting and moving two minute motorcycle music video. Featuring new music from Eric Clapton & J.J. Cale, these two motorcyclists Ride The River – to the other side. The footage includes hand hold moving shots and stationary shots from water, mud and rock crossings in the Bolivian Andes. Enjoy this one!

For those of you subscribed to the iTunes WorldRider page, you should see the movie there now. Otherwise, you can simply watch it here inside this blog post. This has also been posted to my YouTube page along with a few other videos.

4 replies
  1. Venturello
    Venturello says:

    Hi alan, great to see you back on the road and posting so often. I havent been able (yet!) to listen the podcast, but hope to do so soon (its on my ipod). The video looks great – really ads up to the message of how the trip is. Would love to see more! Anyway, know video takes more time for you to prepare and upload, and its lovely that you post so often your narrative descriptions, all very well done, and excellent pictures. THANKS, hope to do so some day myself, retrace your steps.
    Best luck with the trip,
    Juan Miguel Venturello

  2. Nate
    Nate says:

    Alan, as I PM’d you at ADV, LOVE the podcasts! Also, thanks for posting the video at youtube. I’m on an old system, and can’t currently view the video podcasts.
    Safe travels, and keep the content coming.

  3. Bmweerman@yahoo.com
    Bmweerman@yahoo.com says:

    Thanks for leaving the comment on our podcast site regarding the Glen Heggstad interview. Have just been poking around and enjoying your site very much as well!! I can’t get your podcasts though…only the stuff on youtube comes through. Love you site thought and good lucke on your adventure.
    Take Care

  4. Rex Gelert
    Rex Gelert says:

    Allan, love the video!
    I swear I’m going to catch up with you somewhere on my little scooter (bike to bike video), I may have trouble keeping up with you though, give me a big head start.
    Cheers my friend.


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