Honda Africa Twin on Dunlop Trailmax Mission tyres


Dunlop are proud to sponsor Adventure Bike TV – where any bike can be an adventure bike and anywhere can be an adventure. We share a ‘Just Ride’ philosophy – tune in and you’ll be informed and entertained in equal measures. You’ll also get to see a bit of technology and the occasional snippet of adventure riding history. Catch the latest episodes below.




In the first episode of the new season, Graham gets to grips with the new Triumph Tiger 900 Pro and Rally Pro. The boys start this seasons Tales from the Trails, and Sam is not happy about the bike choice. Tom talks about why Sam Manicom is such an inspiration and Clare goes on her own little 24-hour adventure, on a Honda Africa Twin…and a rowboat.




Sam gets his hands on the new KTM 890 Adventure R, and asks the important question, if you have the 790, is it worth the upgrade? Tales from the trails see’s a change of bikes, from the sidecar to Australian Postie bikes when the guy drop in to see author and adventurer, Nathan Millward. Clare tell the story of her motorcycling inspiration, a man not many have heard of, Charles Blois. Finally Graham looks at the history of motorcycle adventures on TV, where you might find some great new content to watch.




Graham asks an important question about electric motorcycles, are they ever going to work for the adventure market? He heads down to the English Electric Motor Company to ride a range of electric bikes and see adventure riding is ready to go electric. In Tales from the Tails the team heads to an abandoned airfield so they can all have a turn riding the sidecar, and then head to a little gem of WW2 history. Sam talks about his inspiration, Charley Boorman, not a surprise but he has an interesting take on what Charley has done. Finally, its back to Sam for his 24hr adventure in the Lake District with the beast of a bike that is the Honda Goldwing.




Clare starts the episode with a look at the Suzuki V-Strom 1050XT, finding out if the classic Dakar looks are matched by the performance. In tales from the trails, the boys head to another abandoned airfield but this one has a oval race track, so unsurprisingly they started to race. Graham talks about his inspiration in the adventure world and his bromance with Nathan Millward. To finish the episode, Sam follows a lifelong dream, starting his journey to racing in a rally.




Graham finishes the series by asking a very controversial question, is the BMW GS, still really a GS? He offers an alternative in the form of the BMW NineT 30 Years Edition, which he argues in more in line with the original GS ethos. In the last of Tales from the Trails the team head to an indoor MX track, where Sam gets a little exuberant. Tom talks about his other inspiration, telling you a bit about the host of the show. To finish the series Graham heads of his 24hr adventure which is on a bike…and a van.

Trailmax Meridian rider with sunset


BMW 1200 GS riders on a dusty track on Dunlop Trailmax Mission tyres