MotoGeo is simply about promoting motorcycling around the world via our films, photographs and editorial features.
We see motorcycles as a necessity in everyday life, not just as a simple means of transport, but a expression of one’s individuality and sense of freedom.
Focusing on the positives and the real reason why people ride, MotoGeo is all about trying to encourage safe motorcycling, promote motorbikes, all while having fun and enjoying life on 2 wheels.
Founder/Director/Rider: Jamie Robinson was born July 1975 into the 2 wheeled world due to a motorcycle obsessed father who chopped up an old Garelli moped taught his son to ride at 3½.
After growing up watching his Dad Phil race around race tracks like Cadwell Park and Mallory on his BSA Gold Star, Jamie swapped his dirt bike gear for racing leathers and joined his Dad racing the asphalt tracks in 1992.
After enjoying an eventful time racing, the British, European and also World circuits and then finally the Isle of Man TT, Jamie swapped his racing leathers for adventure gear in 2008 and started traveling and trying to capture it on camera ever since.
Moto + Adventure = MotoGeo