The Spokesmen #14 – March 19, 2007

The fourteenth episode of The Spokesmen Cycling Podcast included David from The FredCast Cycling Podcast, Carlton Reid from Bike Biz Magazine and QuickRelease.tv, Tim Jackson from Masi Bicycles and The Masi Guy blog, and Tim Grahl from The Crooked Cog Network. Among the topics we discussed:

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3 comments to The Spokesmen #14 – March 19, 2007

  • Fraser

    On the subject of less-than-serious bicycle films, imagine my surprise when, half way through watching the distinctly mediocre “You, me and Dupree”, Lance himself makes a brief appearance in a dream sequence.

    Our hero, the titular Dupree, has acquired an aged 10-speed (he’s lost his job, his apartment and – worst of all – his car) and is reinventing himself in the image of Lance. The bike is the catalyst that allows him to – as Bertie Wooster might have said – rise from the ashes of his former self, and it’s a nice nod to how great riding a bike can make you feel, and how it can change your life. Probably.

    I think this quote is reasonably representative:

    Carl: And this whole Lance Armstrong thing…
    Dupree: You leave Lance out of this! He’s doing more with one testicle than you and I could do with three!

    Thanks for another great podcast guys, and sorry for the brit reference.

    Fraser

  • Thanks, Fraser.

    It’s not a movie I ever felt like watching, and that’s a great quote!

  • Another great Spokesman, Dave & Co. In spite of ‘quality problems’ that Dave apologizes for at the begining, you guys all seemed a little looser and had more fun than you usually seemed to have. Tim G seemed to have a cold, though.

    Good discussion on the bike summit and moving away from the culture of “bike geeks.” I can totally picture Maus running around with his camera and computer and notebook and Tikit.

    Oh yeah, I’ll be at the Sea Otter too.

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