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The soft spots that fans of "The Walking Dead" have for Norman Reedus, who portrays volatile survivalist Daryl Dixon on the mega-popular series, is sure to grow after Reedus opens up on the open road. In "Ride With Norman Reedus," the motorcycle enthusiast hops on his favorite two wheelers to explore local bike culture and celebrate the best collectors, mechanics and motorcycle craftsmen around the country. Each hourlong episode begins in a different city, where Reedus hooks up with a riding companion -- an actor, musician, friend or local motorcycle fan -- to visit places like custom bike shops, tattoo parlors, collectors' depots, and roadside smokehouses. There's ample time for impromptu detours and tire changes, too.

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Norman Reedus rides from Louisville to the Red River Gorge with actor Clifton Collins Jr., embracing the quintessential Kentucky experience.
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Norman Reedus and Becky Goebel learn about the easygoing country of Uruguay while riding with locals to take in the rich culture it has to offer.
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Norman Reedus and DJ Dom Rocket traverse the jungles and coasts of Costa Rica while doing some extreme riding, and exploring its natural beauty.
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Norman Reedus travels from Kyoto to Osaka, Japan, with actor Milo Ventimiglia, taking in its cultural traditions and meeting some creative locals along the way.
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Norman Reedus tours modern Japan with actor Ryan Hurst, exploring it's technological history and ultimately arriving at the iconic and serene Mount Fuji.
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Norman Reedus explores the historic city of Birmingham, Ala., with his onscreen brother, Michael Rooker, and they have fun in Atlanta before arriving in Senoia, Ga., for a "Walking Dead" reunion.
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Norman Reedus embarks on a melodic expedition through Tennessee, guided by a band of musicians who show him the heart and soul of the musical state.
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Norman Reedus and Sean Patrick Flanery saddle up and ride through the heart Texas to hang out with influential tattoo artist Oliver Peck in Dallas.
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Norman Reedus and Austin Amelio explore the desert wasteland of Arizona on a heavy metal adventure to meet some of the country's bravest heroes.
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Norman Reedus and Melissa McBride traverse rolling hills and castle ruins of Scotland to uncover the mysteries of Melissa's Scottish ancestors.
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Norman Reedus and Steven Yeun hit the Bay Area of California, navigating sprawling urban centers and lush green countryside to meet a group of motorcycle legends.
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Norman Reedus and Jeffrey Dean Morgan take in the sights and sounds of London, then roam mystic landscapes to meet an old friend and a rock icon.
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Norman and photographer Patrick Hoelck ride the Big Island of Hawaii; taking in local customs like fishing, ukulele music, and exploring volcanoes.
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Norman and musician Aimee Nash ride from Albuquerque to White Sands, N.M.; they ride ziplines, eat chili and test out government-grade weapons.
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Norman Reedus rides from Los Angeles to Joshua Tree; visits friends including Greg Nicotero; explores Southern California's hidden gems.
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Norman and comedian Dave Chappelle ride from Charleston to Savannah; stopping along the way to experience the culture and history of Lowcountry.
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Norman and his "The Walking Dead" castmate Jeffrey Dean Morgan ride through Spain; starting in Barcelona and ending at the Falles festival in Valencia.
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Norman rides around his home city of New York while visiting friends; eating pizza with Mario Batali; exploring the city's art, food and culture.
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Traveling from Naples to Key West, Fla., makes three rides in one.
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From Lafayette to New Orleans.
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A ride from Austin to San Antonio, Texas.

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