Episode 192 – January 2015 Riders’ Roundtable

Episode 192 - January 2015 Riders' Roundtable discussion ThePaceFINAL-300x116
This week, James & Chris are joined by Todd from The Wheelnerds and Chris & Steve from The Cafe Racer Motorcycle Podcast. The esteemed panel of experts lay out everything you can expect in 2015 with flawless logic, on-point analysis, and laser tight focus on the most important issues of the coming year. Enjoy!

Episode 149: Max is kind of a jerk

Episode 149 - Max is kind of a jerk Mon June 10, 2013 ThePaceFINAL-300x116
James and Chris discuss the cultural phenomenon known as Christopher Walken. Ok, not really; just an honorable mention. It’s a feedback extravaganza this week while the guys get caught up on feedback. James - no, no... not THAT James - had a minor incident and we point you to the forum discussion where his bike pics exist. Chris has decided that he’s selling his reliable bike and getting a Ducati Indiana. Nope... that’s just a flat out lie, but he does link you to a picture of one. Keep your bucket handy. Links: Feedback:
  • Russell Hoffman
  • Reuben RN
  • @craigsheppard - https://twitter.com/craigsheppard
  • Gerry Reidel
  • James (Malbojah on ST.N)
  • Fred Huska

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A forum no more…

It has become apparent that the listeners choose to interact with the show's hosts and guests via Email, blog comments and, most notably, on the show's Facebook page at http://facebook.com/ThePacePodcast. In light of this, The Pace Podcast has chosen to no longer participate in, nor support, the online forums at http://thepacepodcast.com/forums, and will be taking down the forum software some time in the next few weeks. A redirect page will be posted in place of the forums to direct traffic to the show's Facebook page. Some of the information will be pulled from the forums and posted on the show blog for the sake of archiving. If you have a specific topic or discussion thread on the forums you would like to see archived, please contact the show hosts at feedback@thepacepodcast.com with a link to the thread in question. If possible, the thread's contents will be posted and archived. This should not be perceived as any sort of problem with the show. This is simply a matter of concentrating the attention and interaction with the listeners where it makes the most sense, and where the listeners choose to interact most. As always, thank you for listening and supporting the show. Chris & James The Pace Podcast

Episode 21 – Snowy neighbors and crappy tools

Episode 21 - Snowy neighbors and crappy tools

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