The Double Grind | It’s Kermesse Time

Racers at the 2018 Northwest Kermesse Series. Photo credit: Jim Wallingford
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It’s a mercifully short episode after last week’s marathon. Also we’re now on iTunes! Go subscribe, The tour may be over but we still have thoughts about whether Lance has finally come clean (spoiler: no), broken bones, giving #RidicDick Moscon the boot, Kermesse racing and how to cook cod. Plus, Chef Craig drops a teaser for the next episode!

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Segments:
01:00 In The News
16:00 Feature: Has Lance Finally Come Clean?
26:20 What we riding, what we gonna ride
32:20 Chef’s Triage: Cod
39:30 Gear Grind: Insoles

More:
NW Gravel Kermesse Series Info

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