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February 21, 2017 / / Blog

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TOPICS:

Flooding cause chaos – no, not in California in Tour of Oman

Nicole Cooke’s testimony to the House of Commons Culture, Media, and Sport committee yet. Plus: Bicycling survey.

Lance Armstrong set to go to trial – and the bets are that he will win. (And he has a podcast.)

Interbike rules out Utah for new show venue. Outdoor Retailer pulls away from Salt lake City, and all because of Utah’s stance on public lands.

Riding MTBs keeps people sane, says UK report.

Strava adds Instagram’s Kevin Weil to board – to go even more social?

February 6, 2017 / / Podcasts

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April 3, 2011 / / Podcasts

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December 4, 2010 / / Podcasts

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  • Vote for The Fredcast in the Health/Fitness category in the Podcast Awards.

  • Taichung Bike Week, 5-8th December.

  • Bikes are faster in towns than cars (even share bikes).

    Martin Cassini: “People complain about cyclists ignoring lights, but most cyclists are simply going on opportunity…There’s a common misconception that if you take away the lights people are going to drive fast.  Actually, the opposite is true.  It’s a counter-intuitive idea. It’s the green light that encourages the speed that licenses the aggression.  If you take away the light, and there’s uncertainty at the junction, people naturally approach slowly and filter…A new hierarchy emerges with vulnerable road users at the top.  Pedestrians in the shared space scenario, when there are no lights to dictate behavior, are seen as fellow road users rather than obstacles in the way of the next light.”

  • Newspaper reports WADA unable to confirm Alberto Contador’s tainted beef claim.

  • How resilient is carbon fiber? Shelter Carbon Protection Tape.  Video.

    Gift ideas


    Cycle Passion calendar

    Castelli Radiation jacket

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  • May 29, 2010 / / Podcasts

    The Spokesmen 50

    ‘Landisgate’

    May 20, 2010

    This episode of The Spokesmen Cycling Roundtable Podcast incuded:

    • David Bernstein from The FredCast Cycling Podcast

    • Carlton Reid from BikeBiz.com and QuickRelease.tv

    • Tim Jackson from masibikes.com

    • Richard Kelly from Interbike.com

    • Scott O’Raw from Velocast.co.uk

    • Jeff Helfand from Veloreviews.com

    • Neil Browne from NeilBrowne.com

    Topics include:

    • Landisgate

    • 2010 Giro d’Italia

    • Cadel Evans at the Giro

    • 2010 Amgen Tour of California

    • Tour of Colorado?

    • Motorized Doping (Gruber Assist)

    • CNN Videos 

    ? Road Bicycling Too Dangerous?

    ? Helmet Camera Catches Cyclist Hit By Car

    • BBC Gets it Wrong on Road Tax

    • Tips

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    March 20, 2010 / / Podcasts

    The Spokesmen 49

    ‘Corn Houser’

    March 19, 2010

    This episode of The Spokesmen Cycling Roundtable Podcast incuded:

    • David Bernstein from The FredCast Cycling Podcast

    • Carlton Reid from BikeBiz.com and QuickRelease.tv

    • Neil Browne from NeilBrowne.com

    • Mark Villegas from Bike Hugger

    • Gregg Deal from District Cycling

    Topics include:

    • Tony Kornheiser & Lance Armstrong

    • Lance Armstrong Comments on Tour de France and Alberto Contador

    • Mobile Social South by Southwest

    • Cargo Bikes?

    • Delta Airlines Ad and Flying with Bikes

    • RIP Phil Wood; Ride on!

    • Tips

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    February 20, 2010 / / Podcasts

    The Spokesmen 48

    ‘WADA Gum’

    February 20, 2010

    This episode of The Spokesmen Cycling Roundtable Podcast incuded:

    • David Bernstein from The FredCast Cycling Podcast

    • Carlton Reid from BikeBiz.com and QuickRelease.tv

    • Tim Jackson from Masi Bicycles

    • Neil Browne from NeilBrowne.com

    Topics include:

    • Floyd Landis is a Hacker?

    • Warrant for His Arrest

    • Arnie Baker & Joe Papp

    • The Real Floyd Landis Twitter Account

    • Tour of Oman

    • Cycling Etiquette

    • Use of Mobile Phones While Driving

    • I Pay Road Tax

    • The FredCast with Commentary on Mobile Phone Use

    • How We Drive Web Site

    • Book Link: Traffic: Why We Drive the Way We Do (and What It Says About Us)

    • Tips

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    December 26, 2009 / / Podcasts

    The Spokesmen 47

    December 26, 2009

    This episode of The Spokesmen Cycling Roundtable Podcast incuded:

    • David Bernstein from The FredCast Cycling Podcast

    • Carlton Reid from BikeBiz.com and QuickRelease.tv

    • Donna Tocci from Ingersol Rand

    • Tim Jackson from Masi Bicycles

    • Richard “Fritz” Masoner from Cyclelicious

    • Scott O’Raw from VeloCast

    • Neil Browne from NeilBrowne.com

    • Jeff Helfand from VeloReviews.com

    Topics Include:

    • Boxing Day

    • Social Media and Cycling

    • Economy v. Bike Industry

    • Trends in Cycling in 2009

    • Comeback 2.0

    • Rivalry 1.0

    • Rebirth of American and British Cycling Teams

    • Fate of Several Stage Races

    • I Pay Road Tax

    • Tips, Best Products of 2009, Best Racing of 2009

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    November 8, 2009 / / Podcasts

    The Spokesmen 46

    November 7, 2009

    This episode of The Spokesmen Cycling Roundtable included:

    * David Bernstein from The FredCast Cycling Podcast

    * Carlton Reid from BikeBiz.com and QuickRelease.tv

    * Tim Jackson from Masi Bikes

    * Richard John Galloway O’Raw from Velocast

    * Neil Browne of NeilBrowne.com

    Topics include:

    * Carlton and The Queen

    * Contador Stays with Astana

    * Evans Goes to BMC

    * What do you think of Evans as World Champion?

    * Giro d’Italia jumps the shark

    * Dr. Christopher Thompson conviction

    * Share Lanes in Long Beach

    * Tony Cruz

    * SC Cyclist Harassment Law

    * Mikael “Copenhagenize” Colville Anderson recent tour of the USAattended his SF talk)

    * NYT Article

    * Tips

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    October 23, 2009 / / Podcasts

    The Spokesmen 45

    October 22, 2009

    This episode of The Spokesmen Cycling Roundtable included:

    * David Bernstein from The FredCast Cycling Podcast

    * Tim Jackson from Masi Bikes

    * Richard Masoner from Cyclelicious

    * Richard Kelly from Interbike

    * Scott O’Raw from Velocast

    * Chris Smith from Lazer Helmets

    * Mark Villegas from Bike Hugger

    Topics include:

    * Interbike

    * Outdoor Demo East

    * What About a Consumer Show?

    * Cycling in Taiwan

    * FInal Pro Results – Bruyneel’s Tweet

    * Where Will Contador End Up in 2010?

    * Amgen Tour of California 2010

    * Helmet Conversation

    * Tips

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