About Seat Time

About Seat Time

I’ve Been Riding My Entire Life

Or, at least it feels like it from what I can remember. My Dad got me my first dirt bike at the age of five, a Suzuki JR 50 minibike with a pull-start that kept me from riding until my Dad got home because I couldn’t pull-start it without his help. I didn’t play many little league sports. I sucked at team sports. To me, riding and racing a dirt bike was always cooler than stick-and-ball sports. Although, to be honest, I consistently sucked at racing dirt bikes as well, but no matter, I always liked the idea that it’s just me, the bike, and the trail. Very little gets in the way of having a great time on two wheels.

As I’ve gotten older and my life has evolved, my love for riding dirt bikes (and two wheels in general) has only deepened. I don’t know who or where I would be without these radical modes of two-wheel transportation. The places I’ve been and the people I’ve met because of dirt bikes have shaped who I am as a person. For those that don’t know me personally, my evolution as a content creator has been 10+ years in the making. Seat Time originally started as a podcast, two dudes on a couch, a six-pack of beer, and as much dirt bike bench racing as we could throw down in an hour. As the show evolved, we began streaming live on YouTube and became a web show and a podcast. I also took an interest in video creation and photography, which resulted in a lifetime’s worth of videos and some well-received event coverage photo epics

Thanks for visiting Seat Time. I hope you enjoy the content on Seat Time as much as I’ve enjoyed creating it. Feel free to drop me a line any time about a story you’d like to share with us. Or, share the reason you love to ride by taking part in our Why I Ride Project. Thanks for your support!

– Brian Pierce, Seat Time Founder and Purveyor of Awesome

Podcasts Brian and Seat Time have been guests on

MotoXPod, EP178

Involuntary Dismount Podcast, EP 9

Dirt Buzz, EP 10