Episode 202 – Podcasters who have gone on a tangent and those who will

Episode 202 - Podcasters who have gone on a tangent and those who will April 12, 2015 ThePaceFINAL-300x116
This week the guys discuss the existential crisis of math as it pertains... ya know what? None of that happens. We do ramble on about the potential coolness of Honda, the Bulldog Concept, and then give a quick mention to some Yamaha recall news. Then we go on and on and on about the whole "those who crash and those who are going to crash" nonsense, give some luggage advice, create a drinking game and ring a bell (make out of a coffee mug). It's all the rage. Get in on it! News Links Feeback
  • Daniel Mozer
  • Kurt Wahtera
  • Scott Cloninger
  • Dan Klapman
  • Crispin Bennett
  • Dick Young

Episode 141: I’ll Take It, I’ll Take It, I’ll Take It

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Episode 141: I'll Take It, I'll Take It, I'll Take It

March 3, 2013

Fly Tourist helmets in all 3 configurations

Fly Tourist helmets in all 3 configurations

Fly Tourist with the chin bar removed

Fly Tourist with the chin bar removed

Fly Tourist with the peak installed

Fly Tourist with the peak installed

G-Max open face helmet

G-Max open face helmet

G-Max modular with light

G-Max modular with light

G-Max brake light transmitter

G-Max brake light transmitter

Adaptiv radar detector

Adaptiv radar detector

Adaptiv mounting solutions

Adaptiv mounting solutions

Adaptiv GlowRider

Adaptiv GlowRider

Adaptiv GlowRider in the dark

Adaptiv GlowRider in the dark

 

Episode 68: You’re only off by one

Episode 68 - You’re only off by one
This week James and Chris lament on the early death of Spring; alas, dear Spring, we hardly knew ye, or something like that. Winter is back. So there. The guys whittle away at the time by talking about the industry’s support for the various Japan relief efforts. The state of Virginia is looking at options to draw tourism to the Tazewell and Smyth areas by cleverly renaming Rt. 16 and is actually going to do so with targeting motorcycle and sport car enthusiasts. Will this blow up in all our faces...? Time will tell. The Super Tenere from Yamaha is getting some real-world testing and the guys point us at one of the reviews. It appears to be pushing all the right buttons with at least one tester. Honda’s CBR600F-series bike is also road tested, and although not yet planned for a release in the USA, it’s still a bike worth discussing. The return of this line’s 2-decades worth of legacy is worth talking about. Honda also release pricing information for the VFR800 based CrossTour. Also a bike not planned for the USA, the pricing hits some apparent good points. Chris talks about some disappointment with Givi, specifically about the FL521 top case rack for his SV. It sucks. The guys lay out a new contest for some signed copies of David Hough’s venerable Proficient Riding book, and they talk a bit more about the upcoming ride to Barber Motorsports planned for the third week of September. Some quick feedback and a request for the community closes out the episode.
 

Episode 58: It’s funny because it didn’t happen to me

Jeff and Todd return to tell us about their 4 week tour of these United States. We talk about broken bits, wild life encounters, tips on reliving your self in inappropriate places and so much more. Pour yourself a tall one, lean back and get ready for another epic episode of The Pace. You can find our first conversation with the guys here.

That's Todd on the BMW and Jeff on the VFR

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Episode 5: Reasonable and Prudent

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