Episode 155 – That’s not OK

Episode 155 - That’s not OK. Sept. 9, 2013

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Scotchgard. That’s how you spell customer service. Or not. Meanwhile, Kali fixes you right up. James talks about his Tiger 800 extended test ride and talks about gloves. Chris briefly reviews the Scorpion Hat Trick jacket, and we learn that Scorpion makes a heck of a rain liner. Speaking of the wet stuff, Harley uses wat… er…. “precision twin” cooling in their new engines. The guys get their love fest on and sing Kumbaya at Rushmore. 2014 seems like a really good year for motorcycles. ABS FOR EVERYONE! STEP RIGHT UP! Then there’s feedback. Lots and lots of feedback! Join in… send your questions and comments to feedback@thepacepodcast.com.

Editorial / commentary:

  • Kali customer service

  • Olympia customer service

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  • Jordan Yaruss

  • Max Wedge

  • Russell Hoffman

  • Jeff Katzer

Theme song composed and performed by Raoul Lowe

 

Episode 135: MANUALLY RANDOM!

Episode 135 - MANUALLY RANDOM! January 13 2013 ThePaceFINAL-300x116
We’re giving it away. All of it. Every single bit. Well, every single bit of the Grip Puppies, that is. Both of them. That’s right... the pair. Then we move on to this week’s product review: The Bilt Storm Jacket from Cycle Gear. Say what you will; they’re making some decent stuff. Are we spending too much for our GPSes? Hmmm.... could be. Fish eye? Get it here, now with more competing products. And if you think Ford is doing some cool stuff, stay tuned; they just went Open! Triumph gets sporty on the Tiger, and hey... feedback, feedback, feedback!
  • James will pick the winner of the grip puppies - Scott Pfeiffer
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    • Ron Leonard
Feedback:
  • Michael Veal
  • Kevin Kocher
  • Chuck Brewer

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:
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  • Gary Budzien on the IMS
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  • Joanne talks about sport bike myths

Episode 91: Stoking the fires of motorcycle awesomeness

Episode 91 - Stoking the fires of motorcycle awesomeness November 6, 2011
This week, The Pace Podcast discusses Mosha, the elephant with the prosthetic leg, and how Mosha’s life has changed since her unfortunate accident. After Mosha, the guys talk about... wait, no, none of that is true at all. James and Chris do, however, discuss Hong Kong’s adoption of Brammo electric bikes for urban patrol use. The news is rife with V-Strom goodness, both the newly designed 650 and the big-boy legacy 1000. Speaking of big-boy toys, Triumph releases a new Tiger, and it’s bigger and better than ever. Honda gives us.... (insert drumroll here)... a new Crosstourer based on the concept bike shown at last year’s international motorcycle shows. Oh, and E-15 is going to end the world. Fortunately, Mosha is ready for the challenge. Linkeedinks... Feedback:
  • S1000RR test ride by Chris Harr
  • Chad Owen - a Canadian in Korea
  • Brett Byers - Thoughts from a returning rider
  • Justin Varner - outfitted much like James’ bike, and trip ideas

Episode 44: Swarf

That's right, swarf. You say you don't know what swarf is? That's OK, neither did we until we read about the recall on Honda's VFR1200F. We're also talking about PBR which apparently has nothing to do with bad American beer. It has everything to do with Kawasaki's brand new ZX-10R. Speaking of Kawasaki, they're looking for consumer input on the tiniest Ninja. We also talk about a good deal on an Italian bike (how often does that happen?), good brakes on a silly bike and some new-fangled, hi-tec armor.

Episode 37: It’s Like Guacamole

We've got it all this week. Boots that keep water in, Barney the Dinosaur and even bigger Bavarian beasts. Then we'll talk about unidentified things in the woods, something neither of us cares about, electric bikes that might be affordable, and a fleet of electrics from the tuning fork company. Someone can't count, we'll bring you the latest installment of Aerostich: Genius or Madness and if you're keeping score, Chris and I are tied at one each. *I completely changed my post production workflow this week. Please let me know how it sounds.