Episode 134 – We’re Back! (insert catchy title here)

Episode 134 - We’re back! (That’s as catchy a title as I can muster today) January 6, 2013 ThePaceFINAL-300x116
The Pace celebrates the fact that the world didn’t end with a triumphant return to the Interwebs... ALL the Interwebs... with episode 134. 1 + 3 = 4. There’s some significance there. If anyone knows any Mayans, please let them know I have some weird math thing that needs lookin’ at. Meanwhile, we give you some product (and place!)reviews, some news, some speculation, some incredibly insightful and well-reasoned discussion, and we answer all your feedback questions with the same poise, dedication and flawless logic that has seen The Pace paving everything in their way and leaving a wake of tears, uncertainty and dou.... no, wait. None of that is right. Well, the feedback part is right. We try, anyway. Welcome to 2013, the first year of the rest of your life. Product Review News: Links: Feedback:
  • Kevin Kocher
  • Rich Radke
  • Tim Bennett
  • John Hart
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7 thoughts on “Episode 134 – We’re Back! (insert catchy title here)

  1. Great Show.
    I think the twin of Kawasaki 300 has the advantage over all the singles, not based on just diplacement but as it should, repeat, should be a smoother engine for hwy speeds. I know thats not what these are not intended for prolonged hwy speeds, but this is america…

  2. Just wanted to let you know Warm n safe is its own company that sells to Firstgear. I bought my gear direct from them via there web site

  3. If you like Waze you should try Cobra’s iRadar. Works really well. It creates a network of radar detectors, not just you. I know it might be a problem in Virginia but in states like Georgia it is great. I would also recommend http://www.tyreontravel.com for customization of routes on the GPS for TomTom and Garmin.

    Really enjoy your podcast. Thanks guys.

  4. I don’t work for Apple so I can’t say for sure why they went to apple maps in it’s current state but around the same time Google was playing around with the licensing costs for Google Maps.
    Also on Waze I can see why Apple might not want to pick that up… Because of the legal issues in the past with some areas (DC) associated with a system that is keeping track of speed traps.

  5. +1 on the Ballistic battery. Installed one in my Bandit over a year ago and love it. Lighter weight (by 10lbs!) and more cranking power.

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