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The Spokesmen Cycling Roundtable Podcast

By The Spokesmen

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Description

The Spokesmen Podcast is a regular roundtable discussion of all of the issues and events surrounding the world of cycling. It features some of the most well-known producers and hosts of cycling podcasts and internet sites.

Customer Reviews

Awesome...

I've only listened to one episode and I really liked the format and the information provided by the Spokesmen. I'm downloading the rest of the shows now to catch up!

If I really wanted to hear a lawyer, I'd be golfing...not cycling.

Pros: Well-organized roundtable discussion with some very informed and insightful guests. Excellent discussion of trade issues, such as frame builders.

Cons: A little too much legal discussion and low interest cycling issues. Sometimes the conversation meanders and gets boring. Extraneous noises (baby crying in background throughout the podcast) are not "homey", they are unprofessional and irritating.

Suggestion: Have the Two Johns on as guest spokesmen once in a while. It might spice things up and cross fertilize.

Too much noise, not enough signal

I've been listening to the Spokesmen for several years because I like the topics and most of the presenters, but I'm giving up because the pace of the conversation has gotten too painful. There are much better cycling podcasts these days that cover more topics with deeper insight.

It takes 5-10 minutes just for the gang to get through the intros. C'mon folks... if we listen to you a lot, we know who you are. If we don't listen to you a lot, the intros won't help convince us.

Every topic seems to drag on forever. Everyone has opinions, often the same as what others have already said. The most recent cast spent 15 minutes on a video of a car hitting some cyclists. Tragic, relevant, a big issue. We got the point and the interesting assessments in the first 30 seconds of the conversation... after that, it just went on, and on. I spend half the time on this podcast holding down the "fast forward" button trying to get to the next topic.

You guys all know a lot, see so much going on, but your tendency to prattle on forever and repeat yourselves means that the amount of actual content and entertainment I get from an hour of investment of listening to you is minimal... and seemingly a lot less than it used to be in the earlier days of the show.

The Spokesmen Cycling Roundtable Podcast
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  • Category: Outdoor
  • Language: English

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