We have searched high and low to pull together a list of the ultimate Motovloggers for your viewing pleasure.
After days of research, poring through hours of footage and a little help from our friends, we’ve come up with our favourite channels and ones to watch! Our picks are sure to keep all levels of motorcycle enthusiasts both entertained and up to date with the motorcycle world. Sure, there are a few motovloggers not on the list that have more subscribers, but these guys really do create some of the best content out there.
1. Baron Von Grumble
https://www.youtube.com/user/BaronVonGrumble - 259k subscribers
BaronVonGrumble was the Banksy of motovlogging before his momentous face reveal in 2016, and whilst he may no longer be the mystery man he used to be, his videos are (if anything) getting even better - videos which now continue more regularly with Al Fagan on 44Teeth to this day. Whilst he does still occasionally post on new videos on this account, the older videos are absolute gems.
Witty one-liners and controversial social commentaries spike early videos of his commute through London, with his rather unique way of grumbling about his day-to-days. This earned him a dedicated fan base which has continued to grow as Baron shares bike reviews, event coverage, and various trips to Europe amongst other things. Baron Von Grumble’s videos are top quality production with some track days thrown in as well for good measure.
His rides are epic - our favourite sees Grumble ride across 14 countries in under 24 hours on his faithful BMW GS Adventure. He shows us exactly why two wheels are the best way to travel. If you're yet to hear of Baron Von Grumble, you're in for a treat!
2. Royal Jordanian
https://www.youtube.com/user/royaljordanian - 1.24m subscribers
Royal Jordanian takes a backseat in his videos and lets his ‘daily observations’ do the talking. A lack of narrative may sound boring, but his channel is anything but.
Simply enjoying the noise from his Husqvarna Nuda 900R, KTM Super Duke R 1290R, BMW S1000R Sport and Husqvarna SMR 511 - amongst others, even a Honda MSX 125 - is enough to keep us craving more.
Indulge in rev battles with supercars, watch run-ins with armed police and say ‘aww’ as Royal Jordanian makes sporadic good deeds. This crazy concoction makes his YouTube channel one of the most watchable on the internet.
3. Roadcraft Nottingham
https://www.youtube.com/user/RoadcraftNottingham - 67.3k subscribers
Roadcraft Nottingham is a slightly more sensible affair than some of the other YouTube channels on this list. That’s not to say they don’t have their moments!
What can you expect? There are lots of genuinely useful riding videos on Roadcraft Nottingham, including our fave - real life footage of a rider crashing on a lesson, a video we can all learn a lot from.
Bought to you by an award-winning motorcycle instructor, Roadcraft School of Motorcycling, their channel is a blend of informative riding tips and bike reviews, with the odd blooper thrown in. They include clips from motorcycling lessons, and even vids of them fiddling with new gadgets.
Roadcraft’s YouTube channel truly reflects their brand’s values - keeping a personal touch with an element humour and motorcycling enthusiasm.
4. On Yer Bike
https://www.youtube.com/user/RedBITProductions - 35.9k subscribers
The Shed of Dreams, and the channel for Dog House Customs. On Yer Bike is all about having a laugh, having a play around with bikes, and really just seeing what machines they can Frankenstein together in the shed!
As well as reviews and projects, the lads from On Yer Bike also go to events throughout the year, have in-depth videos on classic motorcycles of days gone, and tips on keeping your own bike in tip-top shape.
There's loads going on with the channel, so we highly recommend you check these guys out. By the way, not sure who "Red BIT Productions" are - but that's their channel link!
https://www.youtube.com/user/Schaaf - 70.2k subs
If you're looking for motovlogging, but with less... vlogging, then this channel may be for you. Schaaf provides some absolutely incredible roads for you to enjoy on a host of different bikes (including; Ducati Multistrada 1260, BMW R 1250 GS, Honda CBR500R, KTM 790 Adventure, Aprilia Tuono V4 1100), with nothing but raw engine sound.
Sure, this is a motovlogging list, but we couldn't look past the Austrian's superb channel.
Like his videos, we'll keep this nice and short (but sweet); so sit back and enjoy the road. Your own engine noises are optional.
Motobob is a channel we have only recently recently came across, but a channel that puts out some incredible content. As well as reviews and list videos, he also is right up-to-date with the latest motorcycle news, and really tells you everything you need to know about the latest motorcycling rumours and releases.
His channel really is one to watch, and has quickly become a regular channel that I check for the latest bike news. Whether it's walking around a motorcycle show looking at hundreds of bikes, or having a closer look at just the one - MotoBob is definitely one to have a look out for!
You can tell Motobob knows his stuff, that's for sure - and if there's anything he doesn't know about there's no doubt he'll be doing hours of research to make sure you know all there is to know.
https://www.youtube.com/c/BikeMatters - 3k subs
Last, but definitely not least, is our very own BikeMatters team!
A relatively new channel which is rapidly growing, the BikeMatters team will bring you the latest bike and scooter reviews, event coverage, and BSSO scooter racing!
So if you're wondering what your next bike should be, or what the 10 best motorcycles are for 2019, BikeMatters have got you. Get on board with the team early, as there's no telling what's coming next!
The last stop
There you have it - the crème de la crème of the motovlogging world. Whether you’re looking for epic crashes, a good laugh or reviews of the latest bikes and gear, there’s a motovlogger channel for you.