Lost or Not Motovlog. It's quite enjoyable. I normally talk to myself (It is a sign of genius after all), but motovlogging allows me to actually have an excuse to do so. I have also noticed that It is enjoyable to watch some of the other motovloggers on Youtube do their thing.
Take Shawn Smoak for instance. Shawn rides all sorts of motorcycles. He works at a dealership in Longview, Washington and he gets some pretty nice bikes to ride, and he also owns quite a few. (His streetglide is amazing by the way.) Shawn's style adds a very hometown feel to his videos. You feel connected to him and almost like a part of his family. I binge watched a ton of his videos last time I was sick and it helped me through the time when I couldn't be on my own bike. He also goes on group rides with the likes of XXX Deadhead and Giant Midget Moto, and between the 3 of them you get amazing perspectives of the areas they ride together. XXX Deadhead has since stopped motovlogging to pursue his main career, but his old vids are still on youtube to enjoy.
Lately, I have been watching the FortNine channel. Fornine is Canada's largest online powersports dealership so their videos have a fair amount of backing. Ryan is the face of fortnine and he is quite fun to watch. Ryan does the gear reviews and durability tests as well as comparisons, but I really like the well produced ride videos as well as the motovlogs. The ride videos are all in Eastern Canada and they are some of the most beautiful areas I've seen. Ryan narrates these with interesting facts about the area and tidbits about the ride so you get a good feel of what its like to ride the area. He tends to ride an ADV bike, a Suzuki V-strom to be exact. He will take whatever road he wants as his bike can go pretty much anywhere. He does ride a few other bikes in order to review them, but he tends to lean towards the V-Strom.
Robert Robb, MotoGeo, and the like, but there are a few that really annoy me. I will not link to those certain ones that I don't like, but they are all pretty much the same. They carpet bomb the F-word like they are in a B52 and not a motorcycle. They freak out any time a car gets within 20 feet of them, and they will smash mirrors any time a cager pulls in front of them. They wheelie everywhere they go and they run from the police. They also will show general disrespect for everyone who isn't in their little crew. Basically anyone who gives the rest of us riders a bad name. MotoVlogging should be about whats best about motorcycles and riders, not what is worst about everyone else. All those stupid people just make us look bad and make it alot harder for the rest of us to enjoy our hobby.