Front End Chatter - episode 89

Simon Hargreaves
By Simon Hargreaves
SimonHbikes Simon rides motorbikes, and then writes about them. He also co-presents the Front End Chatter podcast and plays bass guitar rather well.
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Hello and welcome to Episode 89 of Front End Chatter, Britain’s most insured motorcycling podcast delivered fresh to your ears by Simon Hargreaves and Martin Fitz-Gibbons – enabled by the humanoids at www.bikesocial.co.uk and supported by Bennetts, the bike insurance specialists.

This week we’re chattering about:

  • Andrea Iannone’s smelly secretions
  • Jonathan Rea’s Book Of Excuses
  • first ride of KTM’s new 790 Adventure and Adventure R
  • how practical and fun is Enfield’s Interceptor?
  • which bike can renew the sense of fun in your biking
  • is £200 for a one-piece leather race suit on Ebay worth buying?
  • should we feel guilty about NOT riding our bikes much?
  • what’s the best non-sportsbike for track days?
  • does Fairy Liquid work as an anti-misting visor coating?
  • how to find the right people with whom to tour Europe
  • ...and much much more...

Thank you once more for listening to our nonsense, and contributing with your thoughts, queries and opinions: You can get in touch via email at  anything@frontendchatter.com

Please add August 13th to your diary, when Front End Chatter will be recorded LIVE! at a Bennetts Rewards track day at Cadwell Park! More info at www.superbikeschool.co.uk

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