The Spokesmen #13 – March 6, 2007

The thirteenth episode of The Spokesmen Cycling Podcast included David from The FredCast Cycling Podcast, Carlton Reid from Bike Biz Magazine and, 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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  1. March 8, 2007

    I have got to learn when to shut up!

    Thanks again guys for another great conversation.

  2. March 8, 2007

    Hey Spokesmen,

    Great stuff. This is the first time I listened in, and I’ll definitely be coming back to hear more.

    Also, thanks for mentioning Rant Your Head Off. Most appreciated.

    – Rant

  3. March 9, 2007

    Put a sock in it, Tim.

    Does that need an English to US English translation just like p*sstake and Heath Robinson?

  4. Al
    March 16, 2007

    This is the podcast I’ve been looking for. I don’t know how NPR doesn’t pick you guys up.

  5. Clydesdale
    March 21, 2007

    Great podcast!!
    Something that a bunch of us enjoyed over at was the Amgen web coverage. This has not had a lot of attention given to it, obviously most of those covering the race were at the race. It was a unique way to be able to watch live coverage of the whole race as it happened. It would be great to see this picked up for all of the major US races.
    Again great jon and thanks for all the hard work.

  6. Old Man Emu
    June 21, 2007

    Just on your tips section.

    Here is a really strange one from Australia that works!!!

    Australian banknotes are made from this tough plastic. It bends and folds, but try to push through it, and it is tough.

    It makes a great emergency type patch!!! And its re-usable

    If I get a hole in the tyre, I insert a $5 note in between the tube and the tyre. I can pump the tyre right up, and still get home.

    So if you are ever in Australia, get some $5 notes!!!

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