Oxley Bom MotoGP Podcast: “Hail To The King, Baby – Interviewing Kenny Roberts”

Oxley Bom MotoGP Podcast: “Hail To The King, Baby – Interviewing Kenny Roberts”

© 2024, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. By David Swarts.

Roadracing World MotoGP Editor and Isle of Man TT winner Mat Oxley and two-time World Championship-winning Crew Chief Peter Bom have started “The Oxley Bom MotoGP Podcast,” which will be focused on the FIM MotoGP World Championship.

This podcast is “Hail to the King, Baby – Interviewing Kenny Roberts.”

The original podcast can be found on BuzzSprout.com or listened to via other places you get podcasts.




From the Oxley Bom Podcast:

This week we give a royal welcome to our guest, the legendary Kenny Roberts. “King Kenny” not only won the world title three times, but he also changed the face of MotoGP forever through his legendary battle with the FIM over riders’ rights, than started his own world titles-winning race team and even became a racebike manufacturer. And that’s not even getting in to some of his other (in)famous exploits…

So join Mat and Peter as Kenny takes them on a wild ride through history, from heated battles on the track to the case of a missing testicle, and discover that the more things change, the more they stay the same. Let’s go!

With big thanks as always to Brad Baloo from The Next Men and Gentleman’s Dub Club, who wrote our theme song. Check out The Nextmen for more great music! 

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