“The Gunn” and “The Ripper” talk Paul Kimmage, the UCI, and maybe a little bit of racing. Rupert Guinness stops by to offer his latest thinking on current events, and Dean Downing of Rapha Condor Sharp talks about his projects and his season. We introduce “Patty and Heinie’s Stick Figure Theater,” give the CCNN treatment to Vulpine’s newest product offering, and somehow channel a little Public Enemy. Blazin’ Saddles is back to talk Kimmage, Tenerife, Lombardia, and other subjects including clowns. We’ve got a Lombardia feel to this episode’s Top 5 Moments of Suffering brought to you, as always, by The Sufferfest. And after this episode, we’ll get to see just how much of a sense of humour the crew in Aigle actually have.