The Cammed & Tubbed Podcast: Episode 111 – Two Wheels & Opinions

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Jason is off attending another “Motor Press Guild Presents: Droptops & Dirt” event, so we invite Peter Zilliox (AKA Tanshanomi) of the False Neutral podcast (HOORAY CORPORATE SYNERGY!) onto the show to chat for about 100 minutes. Pete is a genuine character, through and through, and try as we might to talk about cars, the conversation always devolves to motorcycles. Cameron did just buy a Harley Davidson Sportster, after all. (Cam now owns a Mustang, a Porsche 911, a Harley, a BMW, and a Members Only jacket. It’s like he’s a walking stereotype…).

This episode’s topics include: three D’s, motorcycles, my old Honda MB5, Tanshanomi’s old Honda MB5, Cam bought a Harley, Tub has some controversial opinions, we had another round of listener questions, Brad worked in the garage over the weekend, and got buzzed by a couple Harley jackasses. Tanshanomi recommends you go listen to the Crazy Ken Band from Japan. I’m glad that Pete was able to take the time to come on, he was a wonderful guest, and if you care about motorbicycles, you should go listen to his podcast, False Neutral, every Tuesday morning here on Hooniverse.


The Cammed and Tubbed Podcast – Two Wheels & Opinions

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2 responses to “The Cammed & Tubbed Podcast: Episode 111 – Two Wheels & Opinions”

  1. Cameron Vanderhorst Avatar
    Cameron Vanderhorst

    I’m like four walking stereotypes.

  2. Garrett Michael Avatar
    Garrett Michael

    “outside of a Harley dealership, if you make something for forty years, it tends to get better…” Ha!

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