Motorcycle Sport Podcast
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Motorcycle Sport Podcast
I came across a relatively new podcast the other day when looking at Twitter. It's called Chasin' The Racin' and is recorded by Dom Herbertson and Chrissy Rouse and appears to cover all motorcycle sport, including road racing obviously with Dom on board.

I have to admit I haven't listened to it yet so can't vouch for it, but Dom is usually good value in his interviews so I reckon it will be entertaining.

Link to their page is here: http://motorbikepod.libsyn.com/ but I'm sure it can be found on most podcast apps.

Today's episode (number 12) says it's the last of the first series. Hopefully it will continue soon.


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12-04-2019, 03:33 PM
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It is a good listen, 2 north east lads chewing the fat, all aspects are covered in an ad hoc style, but it can be a bit sweary so best not put it on for a family meal. issue 12 is the current one and they will continue in a couple of weeks when the BSB round has been run - worth a listen if you have a spare hour.
12-04-2019, 03:52 PM
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(12-04-2019, 03:52 PM)BrianW Wrote: It is a good listen, 2 north east lads chewing the fat, all aspects are covered in an ad hoc style, but it can be a bit sweary so best not put it on for a family meal. issue 12 is the current one and they will continue in a couple of weeks when the BSB round has been run - worth a listen if you have a spare hour.

I listened to episode 12 over the weekend and Brian has it spot on.

The swearing does result in money being put into a "swearbox" which is being donated to the William Dunlop Foundation so that is a good thing too!


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15-04-2019, 01:23 PM
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