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BrotoGP
BrotoGP
Motorcycle Road Racing
BrotoGP is a podcast dedicated to all things motorcycle road racing made for the motorcycle road racing community, bringing you race coverage, news, and paddock chatter. We primarily talk about MotoGP, but we'll occasionally discuss WorldSBK and MotoAmerica as well.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 213 ratings
Hey man, pipe down!!
One of the host, think his name is Kev, talks way too much and seems overpowering other hosts. This guy reminds me of Stephen A Smith, loud and obnoxious. If more balanced out between these hosts, it is definitely 4 stars.
str rider via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/20/20
Trash
Not even remotely entertaining or informative. MOTOPG for a funny and informed podcast
uatrain via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 10/06/20
Informative and a good laugh
Don’t change a thing guys!
GiXxEr JaY743872 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/08/20
Recent Episodes
Did you really think Miguel Oliveira was going to win? Again? On a KTM? In Portugal? What...the...2020. Let the MotoGP Off-Season begin! This one gets nuts and a bit NSFW - I mean, even more than normal.
Published 12/04/20
MotoGP 2020 is decided. Its time to talk championships, later development for Suzuki, Franco Morbidelli and the "worst" Yamaha, the exodus from GP by the old guard, and the disappointment that is Taka Nakagami at Honda. #mirchampionship #motogp #francowinsagain Visit https://www.brotogp.com...
Published 11/19/20
It was about time for 2020 to start nailing down the MotoGP champion. Joan Mir now has one hand on the trophy after the Valencia #1 race. Yamaha was caught cheating just before, which turned out to NOT be the worst part of their weekend. And the rest of the grid showed they aren't championship...
Published 11/10/20
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