El Camino is a new show about motorcycling. Made by award-winning documentary filmmakers, El Camino transcends the clichés for stories no-one else dares to cover. El Camino hosts Neil Graham and Jake Hudson hit the road in search of strong coffee, the best roads, and waterfalls. Yes, waterfalls. El Camino’s season one dives deep to discover the unknown world of motorcycle design—as told by a designer who’s worked on everything from electric superbikes to MotoGP racers. We unearth the reasons beneath the minibike revival, address the unexpected resurgence of three-wheelers, and meet a woman who self-identifies as a “monkey.” Intrigued? We hope so. We also profile a motorcycle racer who—despite nearly losing his life on multiple occasions—can’t keep away from the racetrack. And this just scratches the surface of El Camino’s offerings. Ride a motorcycle? Wished you rode a motorcycle? El Camino’s for you.
Our houses are bigger, our vehicles have ballooned. Why then the resurgence in minibikes?
How motorcycles are conceived and built remained a mystery. Until now.
Between Toronto and Ottawa are some of the best roads for riding. We show you our favourites.
Motorcycle racing gets you two ways. It'll break your neck, and your bank account.
Manitoulin Island is a land of magic. We ride north to the land of mystery then onward to scenic Sudbury.
The resurgence of the three-wheeler is motorcycling's most unexpected twist.
Not one of the Great Lakes, but a great lake nonetheless. El Camino's Lake Nipissing loop.
Motocrosser Cole Thompson flies like a eagle while Jake and Neil sink like a stone.