Episode Archive

77 episodes of MotoPG since the first episode, which aired on September 10th, 2019.

  • Moto PG Ep 077: He Smells Of The Street

    September 21st, 2022  |  1 hr 36 mins

    Who could possibly be interested in three reprobates with microphones talking about a 'sport' that more resembles a soap opera for grown men than any serious competitive endeavour? Surely there isn't a market for that sort of thing? Well, dear listener, it turns out there is and this podcast is the proof. It's childish, it's politically incorrect, it's puerile and offensive. And thanks to you, it's popular. Regulars will know what Borrie's poem, George's letter, Rossi's email and Ropes and Shovels means. Newbies won't, but press the play button and you'll find out. Go on. We're waiting.

  • Moto PG Ep 076: Freido's Unstable erection

    September 7th, 2022  |  1 hr 46 mins

    Freido is in Misano with an unstable erection but he managed to get through most of the show before being prematurely ejected. Don't let the dodgy tech put you off, though, because Boris and Tug are in studio with a special guest (no, not Mat Mladin) and Ep 76 ticks all the usual boxes. Borrie's Poem is a highlight (of course) and George's letter might be his best yet plus there's a bonus 'Why Are You Too Tight To Be A Patreon Pit Crew Member' abusive phone call to listen in on. You just don't get this sort of politically incorrect, uninformed and nonsensical coverage of motorcycles and motorcycle racing anywhere else on then internet. So stop wasting your time (and ours) and get into it. Now.

  • Moto PG Ep 075: The Betsy Approach

    August 24th, 2022  |  1 hr 44 mins

    Sometimes it's difficult to know what to write in this space. How is one supposed to summarise, in a few sentences, a 'show' that more resembles a children's birthday party with drugs introduced than any sort of adult conversation? If you're a first time listener all we can do is apologise. For the rest of you, you know what you've signed up for. Highlights this episode include: Borrie's boxing tips for special guest Lachlan Epis. (Did we mention we had a special guest? Well we do. It's ASBK rider Lachlan Epis); Borrie's poem; Borries porn talk; George's letter; Rossi's letter; Tugs driving the equipment since Rod wasn't in the studio. Sure it sounds like a catastrophe waiting to happen and it was. But secretly, that's why you love it. So get on with it.

  • Moto PG Ep 074: What is a Harbour Whore?

    August 11th, 2022  |  1 hr 25 mins

    It's like riding a bike, really. Sure, the summer break is too long and too boring (though Borrie has an idea for how to fix that) but it's as though the boys never left the mics. Episode 74 is just as childish and offensive as the 73 that came before it despite a six week break from actual racing. Inside you'll find all the ingredients that make Moto PG the greatest motorcycling podcast on earth including Borrie's poem, Rossi's letter, George's email, We Told You So and more. They're like KFC's eleven secret herbs and spices...except there's not eleven of them, obviously, and they're not herbs and spices. But you get the idea. Anyway, this isn't a written medium so press play and get it in your ears. It's the best decision you'll make today.

  • Moto PG Ep 073: Jack's Bucks Party

    August 6th, 2022  |  1 hr 24 mins

    About the only thing this bucks party didn't have was the buck himself (though those in attendance got the next best thing...an interview with his family!). Free food, free beer, strippers and talk about motorcycles...what more could any man want (aside form a huge pile of money and an even bigger pile of supermodels?) If you didn't take the necessary steps to attend Jack Miller's Bucks party ask yourself some very direct and very serious questions about your life choices because you are clearly doing it wrong. If you were there, enjoy reliving what was a brilliant night's entertainment while at the same time making sure to rub it in the face of anyone you know who didn't go.

  • Moto PG Ep 072: The Bonus Episode!

    July 4th, 2022  |  3 mins 31 secs

    ANOTHER Moto PG? But you've barely had time to digest the last one? Stop panicking bitches, this one's a special announcement. It's not like the usual infantile, puerile, childish, hour-long plus diatribe normally served up on this channel. This one is only a few minutes long. Sure, it's all those other things as well but just in a tighter package. So press the play button and find out what it is that Boris, Tug and Freido are trying to sell you this week. It might even be worth it!

  • Moto PG Ep 071: 'You get the broom and push the Choomlah...

    June 30th, 2022  |  1 hr 46 mins

    As Jerry was to George and Elaine in Seinfeld, so Freido is to Boris and Tug on Moto PG. He is the glue that bonds the whole thing together. His presence elevates the entire operation, lifting it to a product that exceeds the sum of its parts. As much as they missed the little fella last week they're equally happy to have him back for episode 71 and he doesn't disappoint. Like Santa, Freido comes bearing gifts of gossip and news from the paddock, some of which he even shares on the show (though the good stuff is in the Patreon only episode). Speaking of Patreon, sign up today and get your tickets for Jack Miller's Bucks Party on July 30. Patreon peoples get a member discount and they won't be available to the public until next week so if you want to guarantee a spot, head to the website now. But press play first.

  • Moto PG Ep 070: 'He slapped him like a cheating wife...'

    June 23rd, 2022  |  1 hr 24 mins

    When the racing is boring (like it was on Sunday) you'd probably think the podcast will be uninteresting, too. But that would be ridiculous because the greatest motorcycling podcast on earth isn't so much MotoGP news as MotoGP Neighbours. Sure, there are men riding motorcycles at stupid fast speeds but the truth is it's just a giant soap opera for grown men. And we at Moto PG are totally here for it. This week Freido is on the ground in Assen (international incident to come, no doubt), Borrie has his rhyme on and Tug is directing traffic like the Munted One captaining the Aprilia ship. But don't take our word for it, hit the play button and get it in your ears now. It's better than whatever else you were thinking of doing (unless you were planning on doing a super model in which case the pod will still be here when you finish).

  • Moto PG Ep 069: 'This Sh!t Writes Itself'

    June 8th, 2022  |  1 hr 34 mins

    Usually in life we celebrate the high achievers. The ones who do the things we ourselves could not. Think Federer, Woods, Rossi and - yes - even Marquez. But every now and then the Lord gifts us an individual so glorious in their stupidity, so munted in their lack of ability, so genuinely and universally unlikeable that we must stop. And reflect. And then applaud and cheer the staggering lack of talent and self awareness, and revel in their failures. In our midst, in 2022, such a character exists but we shall not speak his name because, as Tug so eloquently points out, there is no need. This sh**t does indeed write itself. (Except the poem. Borrie writes those and what a work of art this week's is). You know what to do next, people. Enjoy.

  • Moto PG Ep 068: Nobody Chases Baby Jeebus

    June 1st, 2022  |  1 hr 40 mins

    Nobody Chases Baby Jeebus. It's like a hippie shit themselves. Tits make everything better. This is just a small sample of the highlights that await in Episode 68 of the greatest motorcycling podcast on earth and it's difficult to imagine a good reason why you haven't pressed play already? There's also Borrie's Poem, We Told You So and George's Email. And Rossi's Letter. And the segment music is back. Still reading? FFS, just hit the play button already. Your life will never be the same again.

  • Moto PG Ep 067: The Choomlah Peek-a-Boo

    May 18th, 2022  |  1 hr 44 mins

    Sometimes motorcycle racing is about more than motorcycles and racing. Sometimes - when it is in France for example - it is about motorcycle racing AND sexiness. And so it was at Le Mans which not only delivered the magnificence of The Beast but also introduced Choomlah Peek a Boo to Moto GP. An historic weekend, bitches, and one that is celebrated in full in this truly magnificent episode of the greatest motorcycling podcast in the world.

  • Moto PG Ep 066: Dennis Savic Unplugged

    May 11th, 2022  |  24 mins 43 secs

    If you listened to last week's episode (and if you didn't then seriously, what are you doing with your life?) you would have heard the boys chatting electric with Dennis Savic of Savic motorcycles. You would also have heard that there was more to that interview than appeared in last week's show and you may have been wondering what happened to it. Well, wonder no more because here it is in all its motorcycling glory. Enjoy!

  • Moto PG Ep 065: The Ballad of Fabio's Cags

    May 4th, 2022  |  1 hr 24 mins

    And so there was racing, and there was merriment, and there was puerile, schoolboy humour to be had for someone had injured their private parts. And this was right in the wheelhouse of our intrepid trio of ill informed motorcycle correspondents who, despite knowing almost nothing about motorcycles or racing, still produce the greatest motorcycling podcast in the world. And Boris wrote a poem and the people did snigger because it was childish and rude and used profanity. And so it was that another episode of Moto PG came to pass, one that included a special guest whose technology lasted the entire episode and who also offered a poem of his own to the gods of motorcycle podcasting. And it was good, and you should listen to it. Now.

  • Moto PG Ep 064: How Dumb Is Fabio?

    April 27th, 2022  |  1 hr 42 mins

    It's a miracle. The boys didn't go to hell last week despite Freido's blasphemous prayer and recording on Good Friday instead of worshipping like they should have been. Despite that lucky escape, however, they just might be enjoying the company of Beelzebub after Borrie's poem this week. The Big Man was only four lines into it before Tug had an involuntary physical reaction and by the time it was over, almost nobody in the paddock had escaped Borrie's wrath. It's vulgar in the extreme, politically incorrect and just plain uncouth. Yes, everything that makes this the greatest motorcycling podcast in the world. And it's only one segment! Get it in your ears people before the censors catch on...

  • Moto PG Ep 063: 'We're going to hell.."

    April 16th, 2022  |  1 hr 26 mins

    Does recording on Good Friday mean the team are going straight to hell? Let's hope not because Ep 63 is a ball tearer and it would be a shame if there were no more. Then again, it would be a good one to go out on? Anyway, you know what the show's about (profanity, analysis, profanity, sponsors, more profanity etc..) so no need to go over it here, get it in your ears now so you know where to go for the incredible Made in Germany Easter sale. (Yes, it is so good you don't want to miss it. The sale that is, not the show. But the show is good, too. So just press play FFS.)

  • Moto PG Ep 062: WTF Is The Secret Sound?

    April 6th, 2022  |  1 hr 20 mins

    There are 7.9 billion people on planet earth and only two of them thought Aleix Espargaro could ever win a Moto GP race. Those people were Espergaro's wife (she has to, it's her job) and our own Tug McClutchin (who is just mad). But like a blind squirrel that stumbles across an acorn and somehow convinces itself that its good fortune is of its own making, Tug now thinks he's a genius. Episode 62 is a lot of things. It features a Borrie poem, Freido at his best and of course all the usual profanity and analysis. But it is also the longest and most painful 'I Told You So' segment in the pod's history. It's still the Greatest Motorcycling Podcast in the world, just with an extra dash of Tug. We apologise in advance and expect to resume normal programming next week.
    Oh, and like one of those horrible FM Radio breakfast shows we now have a Secret Sound competition - but only for our Patreon Pit Crew members. If you're not one of those you can't win the prize (a replica Joan Mir AGV helmet from his World Title winning year which is valued at $900) so if you're not a member yet get on over to our Patreon page and sign up.