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Show #13 – Too Many Crashes For My Taste

Apr 11th, 2006 | By | Category: Podcasts

For the week of April 10, 2006

Force Lever

In this show’s news: Stories on Saul Raisin’s coma-inducing crash, George Hincapie’s injury-induced two weeks off, results from the Circuit de la Sarthe and Paris-Roubaix. Plus, USA Cycling takes a pass on the Junior Pan Am Championships, SRAM takes a leap, Timbuktu goes the way of Apple Computer, and more.

In this show’s features: Information on bike riding as therapy, a couple of upcoming rides, an idea to help you have shorter waits at red lights, and a new cycling podcast called Bike and See.

Podsafe Cycling Music: Put A Little Love by Beatrice Ericsson

You can listen to the show directly by clicking here, you can subscribe to it in iTunes, or you can use the RSS feed in whatever pod catching client you use.

Show Notes are available HERE.

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  1. Wow – what a professional looking website. I can’t believe how nice this is! Seriously though – very nice work!!!

  2. You could get a citation according to this story. A man got a $50 citation for using a strobe device to change traffic lights in his favor.

  3. I can’t see him getting a citation for doing this. The strobe guy was using the same system that emergency services uses to switch the lites. This is just about getting the sensors under the road to detect you. The same thing they do with the cars. So if this was the case everyone on the road should get a ticket for driving a hunk of metal that sets of the sensors.