The Paceline Podcast #39

The Paceline Podcast #39

It was Meatloaf who sang “Two out of Three Ain’t Bad.” The Paceline knows the feeling. We are missing a wheel for show #39. Check out the pic above, one of us is there. Apparently the bandwidth ain’t so hot. Makes it tough to join a podcast.

So us “stay at home” Paceliners will carry the load. Oh, we’ll hear from our traveling salesman. He’s left us a nice interview with the head of Silca. The company that is known for pumps is using their years of experience to delve deeper into the idea of tire pressure. After the interview, you will never look at psi the same. So remove your valve caps and open your minds.

Fatty really wants to talk about 100 Miles of Nowhere. Despite what sounds like a ride into the abyss, we’re going to let him ramble on this topic. It’s a good bet it will go somewhere.

The election is closing in so we will take a few minutes to connect each candidate for president with bikes. From a stage race to staging a campaign event, Donald and Hillary have ties to bikes.

We have our Paceline Picks and one of them really stinks.

 

 

Show Links

100 Miles of Nowhere

Santana Adventures

Silca Pump review

Josh Poertner on Pressure

SkunkLock

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6 comments

  1. Shugg McGraw

    Santana Dubrovnik Holiday is $4,800 plus flights (the Corsica holiday is not on the website). This is described as a great deal. Good to have Padraig’s wholehearted recommendation of this company.

    1. Padraig

      When you see the quality of what is provided, the level of service offered, the state of the accommodations and then consider what competitors charge for similar tours, it’s a great deal. It may not be cheap, but it’s a quality vacation. Save the sarcasm for someplace else.

    1. Padraig

      Thanks. We’re open to differing, even dissenting opinions, but this is meant to be a space for intelligent and cordial conversation. Sarcasm is a cancer in communication and I’ve worked too damn hard in establishing this space as a place for conversation rather than stupid invective to let it degenerate that way.

      For anyone who may need a reminder of our guidelines, check them out here.

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