The Spokesmen 29 – May 1, 2008

The 29th episode of The Spokesmen Cycling Podcast included David Bernstein from The FredCast Cycling Podcast, Carlton Reid from Bike Biz and QuickRelease.tv, and Richard from Cyclelicious.

Among the topics we discussed:

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7 comments to The Spokesmen 29 – May 1, 2008

  • Brian

    Sorry to hear about Tim. He is one of my favorite Spokesmen. I had the pleasure to meet him at Interbike, and he was very gracious. Get well soon Tim!

  • Like everyone else, I am keeping Tim in my thoughts and prayers. I am glad to hear that he is recovering and I look forward to hearing him again on the Spokesmen soon.

    Just to confirm what Carlton was speculating, the San Diego velodrome is a concrete track. When Blue Squirrel said Tim “hit the boards” I think he was just referring to a track surface in general. In this case, unless I am mistaken, Tim actually hit the concrete.

  • Steve

    To confirm, San Diego Velodrome is an outdoor concrete track, he hit the boards along the side of the track ( the rail ) while involved in a sprint.

    Glad to hear he is on the mend. It scared pretty much everyone of us out on the track. We at the Velodrome can’t wait for him to make a quick and complete recovery.

    Get well soon.

  • Bill Gibson

    Re: tire inflation and rolling resistance

    Idon’t think the tire test you mentioned were in the Rivendell Reader; I think it was in Jan Heine’s Bicycle Quarterly! These tests are ongoing, and may expand to include more real-world factors in tire performance.

    see http://www.vintagebicyclepress.com/

    Articles start in Vol 3, but are appearing more often, especially Vol. 4 & 5, and later. Back issues are available and worth it. It’s the only bike magazine I actually study. The Rivendell readers are fun and thought provoking, but Jan is onto some really good ideas, and is keeping a very regular publishing schedule. I hope more people become aware of Bicycle Quarterly, and if you don’t already subscribe I think you will enjoy it.

  • You guys are gonna make me cry again. Thank you- to everybody- for all the very kind words and wishes. I’ll be back- I promise that!

    Thanks for comment about the tats Carlton- you and my mom think I’m cool at least. I have that going for me. ;-)

    It was a great show and I wish I could’ve been a part of it. If it didn’t hurt so much to type, I’d comment more… but I’ll be back later.

    Sea Otter, Velibe, Hutchison (tubeless), Rivendell Reader/ Grant Peterson and the April Fool’s stuff… damn I missed a good show!

  • Hi guys – how pitiful is this? Tim, who had such a trauma, listened and commented before I did? Oh, I need to pick it up…geez.
    Great show, as usual! David – thanks for adding in my message…that was sweet. Carlton, 99.4 miles….c’mon, you rode the century!
    Oh, and check out Carlton’s great Bike Week event at his kids’ school!
    http://quickrelease.tv/?p=439
    Bravo!

  • Bill – Yes, my mistake. It was in Bicycle Quarterly. I did a piece on the tyre tests in BikeBiz mag but not on the .com so couldn’t find a quick fact quick enough.

    Tim – your mum thinks your tats are cool? Cool.

    Donna – thanks on both counts.

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