MOTOTREK's Audience
MOTOTREK’s Audience

MOTOTREK is a YouTube series
for adventure motorcycle travelers.

We create high-quality, entertaining, educational videos about motorcycle skills, tips and tech for traveling the world on two wheels.

MOTOTREK was conceptualized in Jan 2017 by filmmaker Tim Tyler who was sitting out a particularly glum pacific northwest winter in Olympia, WA. Tim contacted professional motorcycle instructor Bret Tkacs, soon to return from a season-long ride through western Africa, and the two agreed to collaborate and create instructional YouTube videos for adventure motorcyclists.

For three years MOTOTREK produced 80 videos including a few with guest hosts including Helge Pedersen from GlobeRiders, Iain Glynn from Touratech, world traveler rtwPaul and motorcycle travel author Sam Manicom. In 2020 when Bret Tkacs decided to move on and start his own YouTube channel, MOTOTREK welcomed Dusty Wessels, professional motorcycle instructor with West38 Moto.

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Inventive Pictures
900 Jefferson St SE #7395
Olympia, WA 98501

Tim Tyler is a professional filmmaker and an unprofessional motorcyclist. He produces, shoots and edits MOTOTREK’s videos through his production company, Inventive Pictures.

Dusty Wessels co-founded West 38 Moto after logging over 200,000 miles on a wide array of big-bike dual-sport and adventure motorcycles over the last 10 years. As lead instructor and program developer, Dusty not only offers participants essential training but experiences that go well beyond the typical paths well traveled.

Bret Tkacs is a freelance writer, world traveler, travel guide and professional ADV instructor. His students range from U.S. Army Special Forces soldiers to novice adventure travelers. As Co-founder and Lead Curriculum Developer for TourUSA & Puget Sound Safety he has earned a reputation as one of the nation’s top experts in motorcycle safety and training in both the street and off-road arenas.

Matt Jorgensen creates MOTOTREK’s music.