Credits: Music by Otis McDonald
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Robin’s Activities …
- Winterizing the entire flock (minus one) and making time to write for TRO
- Juggling three winter projects: Bandit fix, Hawk GT mods and roof insulation
- Listening to the new Beck album “Colors” over and over and over … and over
Travitron’s Activities …
- Cleaned the moped gas tank
- Cleaned the moped carburetors
- Dumped wheel bearings onto the garage floor, officially lost to “the upside down”
Tim’s Activities …
- Surgery scheduled for his broken leg (we didn’t mean literally, man!)
- Sipping fine scotch for the duration of each podcast recording
- Stoked to buy soft luggage for his soon-to-be attained Honda Africa Twin
Updated Site Features and Developments
The podcast is in an “experimental” state as the three of us negotiate new segments and recording equipment. Our previous episode was a bit rough (but FUN). The production effort is becoming more and more efficient.
This episode’s interview features Norman Hogeveen (pronounced hoe-geh-veen). Norman is a Chicagoland native who’s known for his deep love of all things Yamaha. Called “Mr. Yamaha” by anyone who knows him, he’s also a favorite tire tech for motorcycle enthusiasts from these parts. Listen in as our newly announced field correspondent Margaret Dean chats him up.
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This Week’s Mess A La Moto
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Tune in next time for more discussion on all things specific to sport touring or universal to motorcycling as a whole.
Safe travels, everyone!