MOTOLOGY MOTO LIFE II: TRACK OR THE TRAIL
Motology Films’ Adam Riemann has long been a bit of a lone wolf in the moto world. But for 2022, he’s built a team around himself with riders who are from different backgrounds, but all hooked on a life that inextricably revolves around dirt bikes. In Part II of Motology Films’ ‘Moto Life’ series, Riemann and his team go in search of what they love most about the sport – whether they ‘identify’ as motocross or enduro riders.
PS: Word on the street is that Casey Crisp and Carson Bascombe – the WA-based moto power couple who recently signed on as Motology team riders – plan to race back-to-back-to-back weekends in June, taking on three high-profile events: the Manjimup 15,000, Finke Desert Race and the Transmoto 8-Hour at Stroud – no doubt creating some a cool content for Motology’s channels in the process.
MOTO LIFE II – TRACK OR THE TRAIL
ABOUT MOTOLOGY FILMS
If you’ve been around dirt bike circles for a while, you will have probably come across a bloke called Adam Riemann. He’s a fitter and turner turned Pro dirt-bike racer turned moto journo turned global filmmaker turned house builder turned family man. These days, based back in his homeland of Western Australia, he owns an enviable parcel of moto-riding paradise with a variety of bush and MX tracks, from which he pumps out a prolific smorgasbord of video edits for the 600,000-strong audience on his YouTube channel, Motology Films’ ARiemann1.