Episode 634: Stories, Lies and Tall Tales

With the COVID-19 pandemic still going strong, Skyler and Jim hook up once again to try to make quarantine just a little bit better. They discuss where MotoGP racing is right now, how it could resume and doomsday options. Then Skyler opens the mail bag and the rambling starts. They answer questions from Alan Flemming and JB. They close out talking about their favorite street/race bikes. Cheers!
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©2020 MotoPod

Episode 630: Qatar ine?

Hey Gang!

Welcome back to another season of Motopod. This weeks show was quite late and you can only guess why. That's right, Corona. Skyler's company has closed its office and required the workers to work from home which interrupted all of his plans as he had to get his home office in order. Now that everything is up and running things should be back to normal. Well, at least when racing starts again.

For now sit back and relax and Skyler and Jim go over the races from Qatar.

PS: Skyler knows he needs to adjust his mic position for next time ;)

Episode 628: Testing 1-2-3

Skyler Vickroy rejoins the show and sits down with Jim to discuss all things testing. Who was fast? Who was slow? Plus they bring you up to date on all the news. Jim gets on some weird rant about how motorcycle frames are like cranes and Skyler opens up a can of worms talking about the new (and much waited for) Honda Fireblade AKA CBR1000RR-R. As an added bonus the first round of Phil Hall interviews from the Island Classic are at the end of the show - interviews with Josh Hayes, Melissa Paris, Jed Metcher and Dave Crussell.
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Episode 627: 2019 MotoGP Season in Review

Jim rings up his best mate Joel and they talk about the season that was. They cover Marc Marquez's incredibly dominant riding and when Rossi will retire from the sport. Why did Ducati lose their way and what happened to Suzuki at the end of the year? Who was better in Moto3 - Dalla Porta or Canet? Was Alex Marquez the luckiest man in the MotoGP paddock? Jim also gives a shout-out to the Dakar Rally and to Ken Rockzen for winning a Supercross race. Sit back and take a trip down memory lane with Jim and Joel.
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©2019 MotoPod

Episode 626: To all my friends

Jules Cisek and Martin Darlington take a stab at this podcasting thing to bring you a monster show like those of old. Martin comes back from the WSBK Qatar round with some riveting interviews with Tom Sykes, James Whitham, Charlie Hiscott, and Stephen English. In addition, Jules catches up with Mark Miller. And finally, a bunch of words about the show's legend: our lost friend, Jim Race.

01:14:10 Tom Sykes
01:22:42 James Whitham & Charlie Hiscott
02:04:32 Stephen English
02:59:41 Mark Miller

Episode 625: Final GP from Valencia and Adios to the legendary 99

The last round of the MotoGP Championship brought drama on and off track with the Jorge announcing his intention to retire and the fever pitch speculation of his replacement. Meanwhile on track the riders in all classes battled chilly track temperatures in the last race of the year.

Jim McDowell and Derek Carrera run through all the action and race results alongside the best of the paddock rumours from the last outing of MotoGP for 2019.

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