Front End Chatter - episode 54

Front End Chatter podcast

Welcome to Front End Chatter Episode 54 – bought to you by our friends at www.bikesocial.co.uk; go check them out!

 

Subjects for discussion in E54 include:

• MotoGP from The Hot Springs Of the River Hondo circuit in Argentina – who won, who fell off, who thought they should've won, how many miles per gallon Cal Crutchlow gets from his RCV, and a whole bunch of nerdy stats including some so nerdy we can't actually work out what they mean

• World Snoozerbike from Aragon where <mumble>

• British Superbike from Donington Park

• plus some bikes we've ridden including a thorough review of KTM's revamped 390 Duke, and a less coherent mention of Honda's new Rebel, CB1100s and CBR and CB650F

• plus your emails, which is easily the best bit, including why no-one makes 750 sportsbikes, why Rea could become the most winningest rider ever in WSB this year, and why swapping a Daytona 955i for a Versys 650 is a good idea.

Thanks for listening, please visit www.bikesocial.co.uk to download FEC (or buy insurance from Bennetts), get hold of Martin and I on Twitter at:

@SimonHbikes and @Mufga or on Facebook – Front End Chatter


And please keep firing in those emails about anything you want to correct us on, or want us to find out for you, or... whatever you want. Email:
anything@frontendchatter.com

 

Of course, please listen to FEC from our new home at www.bikesocial.co.uk, if you're not already.

 

Chatter again soon!



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