Episode 218: Turbo? That’s not such a great idea.

Episode 218 - Turbo? That’s not such a great idea. Recorded Feb 24, 2016 ThePaceFINAL-300x116
News: Links: Feedback:
  • Roland Cannon (re: Chinese dirt bike from CSC)
  • Robert Thornton
  • Jared Patz
  • Mike Sova (from thepacepodcast.com comments)
Contest entrants…
  1. Allan Lessard
  2. Tom Clark
  3. Adam Forsberg
  4. Ted K
  5. Justin Varner
  6. Mike Szymborski
  7. Steve Brannon
  8. Mitchell Tryon
  9. Tom McGoldrick
  10. Will in FL
  11. Molle
  12. Mr Munck
  13. Adrian Jacob
  14. paul harnish
  15. David Brickner
  16. Daniel
  17. Steve Ginn
  18. David Huber
  19. Matt Szostak
  20. Steve
  21. Jack Starcher
  22. Chad Bolling
  23. Jeff Gilbert
  24. Kamil G.
  25. Matt Szostak
  26. Mike R
  27. Frank Rainieri
  28. pbryon
  29. Kahlil Seymour
  30. Rosebudcassidy
  31. Klas
  32. Jorge
  33. Mike Jones
And the winner is (picked by random # at random.org winner #10, Will in Florida  

Episode 190 – La petit feedbacque

Episode 190 - La petit feedbacque November 23, 2014 ThePaceFINAL-300x116
Cette semaine est un petit évaluations spectacle. Links: Feedback:
  • Ken Bowman - Polaris Slingshot
  • Martyn Harris - FZ07
  • Dave Maas - Bell Vortext and Transitions
  • Phillip DeCausemaker - ABATE Toys for Kiz, Chicago
  • Mike - Custom cafe bike
  • Matt Szostak - gift guide, yes
  • Justin Eagle - Finding kevlar jeans and other gear in sizes
  • Steve Ginn - IMS pictures
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Episode 103 – It’s like somebody threw a switch

Episode 103 February 26, 2012
This week we discuss James' impressions of the Tiger 800, the great customer service he receives at his Triumph dealer, and how Chris hates allergies. The Trophy rumors are rearing their heads again; are they real? Hero of India backs Buell, and two Superbike teams. The Brain is better on a bike, so sayeth MotorcycleInsurance.com. Gary Budzien gives us his impressions of the IMS for 2012, and Gear Chic's Joanne Donn talks about Sport bike myths. Linkedinks below:
News: Feedback:
  • Gary Budzien on the IMS
GearChic:
  • Joanne talks about sport bike myths

Episode 61: If I can make it there, I’ll make it anywhere!

Episode 61 - January 30, 2011
We open up the show with some email feedback about recent topics. We discuss what we saw at the NYC IMS and field a question from voice mail about the show, then wrap up with some news and information. Oh, and my computer lost power early in the recording session. A brief public service tech note: when the power cord comes out and your battery is 6 years old, you'll lose power pretty quickly. Frankie boy sang about it. Its skyline is magnificent. Millions of people live, work and flock there all the year through. It's New York, my friends. And we were there again this year to immerse ourselves in the motorcycle awesomeness that is the International Motorcycle Show. We saw lots of interesting accessories and gear choices, including new additions to the textile riding suit market, a cool Schuberth comms system, and the newer models of helmets. Oh and polishing compounds. Lots and lots of polishing compounds. Everyone wants to be shiny, right? Kawasaki seems to really have a hit on their hands with the Ninja 1000. People seem to love the bike, and also seem to like its versatility. Time will tell, but so far it's gaining attention. Triumph has hit it so far out of the park with the Tiger 800 family, that even the view from high above The Big Apple isn't enough to see it.  Their Sprint GT seems to be a great freshening of a beloved sport-tourer. The Tiger's torque curve is nothing short of amazing! BMW's R1000 is STILL drawing dense crowds and lots of attention. They really seem to have gotten it right. When talking about the Yamaha Super Tenere we looked at, we also discuss an email from Ryan with his impressions of the bike as seen at another show. I also give my impressions of the FZ8, completely from an aesthetic point of view. James won this round. I fully agree; the looks are... interesting. The Shoei Qwest seems to be a great entry in the street helmet market and we look forward to hearing more about it. Anyone have on yet? James buys some gear and gives us his impression of the CBR250R, and ROK Straps helps us get into the show. After the IMS discussion, we talk about a news item or two, including the fact that electric motorcycle manufacturer, Zero Motors, is building a new assembly plant. Scott Bolton takes us out with a preview of the upcoming MotoGP racing season. Thanks, Scott! Opening music, No Way by Kunk.

Episode 60: That groundhog better not F with me this year!

We're planning our trip to the New York International Motorcycle Show! We talk about tiny little bikes and a great big bike. Harley starts "building" bikes in India. BMW is ready to take your money for a new K1600 and the S1000RR beats out the GS for the best selling BMW title. The Mission-R gets naked, Maximum Bob does the Electric Boogaloo and Can-Am gets all hybridy. We also respond to some more feedback from you guys.

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Episode 15: Don’t Ever Come Back

Episode 15 for January 31, 2010

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