Fatty needs a detective. He is having a problem with theft. Someone is taking bike clothes from the Fatty household. It’s a Lycra whodunnit and it maybe an inside job.
Michael is back on the show for a segment about fat. And of course this segment will center around Fatty’s weight loss challenge. The discussion will also lead to an interview with Justin Gold, founder of Justin’s nut butters. After making into Starbucks, Justin is finding that his packets of almond butter are making there way into the pockets of cyclists.
As kids, many of us would spend our days chugging soda and riding bikes. And what’s wrong with that? A group that puts on High School mountain bike races says the problem is caffeine. Padraig interviews Austin McInerny of NICA about his reminder to parents and competitors that slamming a soda before heading to the start line could be a problem.
The new Pinarello Dogma F10, a shakeup in the bike media industry and Interbike is keeping its September date in Las Vegas but a move of both date and place are still being discussed.
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NICA rule book. Caffeine clause on page 10
Pinarello Dogma F10
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