The Spokesmen 41- June 23, 2009

The Spokesmen 41
June 23, 2009

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This episode of The Spokesmen Cycling Roundtable included:

Topics include:

  • Scott Bicycles
  • Press Camp
  • Missy Giove
  • Sunrise Century and Civil Disobedience
  • Driver Courtesy
  • Tinker Juarez
  • RAAM 2009
  • Nevada City Crit / Lance Armstrong
  • Lance’s Bike Thief Convicted
  • Race Radios at Tour de France
  • Tips

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4 comments to The Spokesmen 41- June 23, 2009

  • Great show gang! Really had fun and I sincerely hope we can get Scott back on the show with us.

    Enjoy Idaho Carlton.

  • Donna Tocci

    So sorry I missed this one, gang. Will look forward to listening to you all this week. Ride safe.

  • Jay - ohio

    Just listening to the podcast. It was nice to hear you talking about RAAM. Just to let you know the 4 person team race was won by the recumbent team from Rans http://www.raceacrossamerica.org/raam/home.php?N_webcat_id=1 .

    Disproving one of the misconceptions about recumbents that they can’t climb, they actually gained time on their competition in the mountains. I am a recumbent rider and am a little biased, but it was a great accomplishment.

  • Chris

    Hey guys,

    Love the show, best on itunes imho. Don’t give up with the in depth reviews and discussion of all things cycling, your the Radio 4 of the cycling world (Carlton can explain). In somewhat of a contradiction to the last statement, when can we have another podcast, I miss listening to you guys on the bike?

    Chris

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