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Podcast 1 Nov 2012: Clean machines, an effigy for Lance, nutting out the NRS, Great South(ern)Land

Cycling Central on November 01, 2012 06:20

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    Another eclectic edition of Cycling Central’s podcast, recorded at SBS HQ in Sydney.

    Cycling Central online editor-in-chief Phil Gomes is joined by trusty sidekicks Al Hinds and Anthony Tan to herald two guys who recently professed their cleanliness in Bradley McGee and Jens Voigt; the trio then ask whether burning an effigy is appropriate for a fallen hero; they muse on the National Road Series and wonder where to from here; and, towards the back end, a call comes from Sarah van Boheemen at the Tour of Southland, who is roving around pastures green in New Zealand.

    Oh - and we find ourselves blessed with a cameo appearance from one Eric Theodore Cartman...

    Editor's note: This was recorded prior to the announcement that Orica-GreenEdge had dismissed their head sports director Matthew White. Tune in to Cycling Central TV this Sunday for a comprehensive discussion on this topic and more.

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