Sun, 25 May 2014
The tenth episode of Britain's best (and only) biking podcast is bursting with astounding revelations, such as:
- Marc Márquez isn't the fastest rider in MotoGP
- Bike racing isn't the same as football
- One city has more bikes than the whole of Europe
- Two genuinely interesting electric bikes are launched in the same week
- Ducati make lots of money by selling very expensive sportsbikes
And some other stuff too.
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Wed, 14 May 2014
After a two-week hiatus (that's a posh word for slacking off), Britain's best (and still only) biking podcast is back to cover all the goings on, in, over and under the two-wheeled world.
There's talk about whether MotoGP's getting dull now Marquez has won every race (it isn't); how long Marquez can win every race for (not long... probably); and whether we should all be watching World Superbikes instead (we aren't, but why not?)
Then there's stuff about a bike with a small-capacity engine (Yamaha's MT-125), a bike with a big-capacity engine (BMW's S1000R) and a bike with a zero-capacity engine (BMW's C evolution).
All that plus Martin busts an MOT myth, and Simon talks about his helmet.
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