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Podcast host Jeff Barber, Editor-in-Chief at Singletracks.com, aims to inform and inspire with topics and interviews from the mountain bike world. Since 2015, we have been sharing weekly stories from under the helmets of the most inspiring and influential mountain bikers. Join us as we learn from top athletes, product designers, trail builders, coaches, mechanics, artists, and leaders in the mountain biking community. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/singletracks/support
 
On Better With Bikes, we explore the inspiring, unknown, and behind-the-scenes stories of people changing the world with bikes — sometimes in ways, you might not expect. This podcast is our way of pulling back the curtain and giving these extraordinary people a platform to share their perspective on cycling’s unique and varied culture.
 
The one triathlon show focusing on practical and actionable advice that you can use in your own triathlon training and racing. New episodes are released twice per week. The episode types are interview episodes with the greatest and smartest people in triathlon and endurance sports, and solo episodes with host Mikael Eriksson where you'll learn tactics and strategies you can apply in your triathlon training and racing, and all things swim, bike and run. All episodes, both interview and solo e ...
 
Leadville — The 100 Mile Mountain Bike Race Podcast, p/b Floyd's of Leadville is the show for people racing (or just interested in) The Leadville Trail 100 Mountain Bike Race. Fatty (a 22-time LT100 finisher), Hottie, and a host of experts answer your questions, give you training tips, detail the course, and tells the stories about the highest and hardest one-day mountain bike race in America: The Leadville Trail 100 Mountain Bike Race.
 
The Laidback Bike Report is about people. Bent riders ride interesting bikes, go to interesting places and have interesting stories. That's the basis of this monthly podcast which is the audio version of our YouTube webcasts found here: https://goo.gl/CHOOgX. Sure, we'll talk about products and have tips and tricks for you but each month our show is built around an interview. We'll continue to get the personal side from folks adventure riding around the world. We will delve into the minds of ...
 
Motorcycle travel roundtable discussions with ARR RAW is a spin-off from the very popular Adventure Rider Radio Podcast and Radio Show. This monthly ADV motorcycle podcast is hosted by Adventure Rider Radio's Jim Martin with co-hosts, Graham Field, Sam Manicom, Grant Johnson, Shirley Hardy-Rix and Brian Rix. The show also has guests.
 
The Pedal On Podcast is for adventurous bike-lovers. Three bike-mad Kiwis saddle up to chat with the riders, dreamers, doers, movers and shakers who help make New Zealand such an awesome place to ride. Hear tales from around the trails – MTB tracks, Great Rides, bike-packing routes and beyond. Get the drop with The POP! Hosted by Bruce, Sarah & Lee.
 
Put on your prescription helmet and get ready to join the Bike Psyko himself, Michael Bissette, and his wife Emily as they talk all things bicycle. You will get behind the scenes details on past and upcoming EPIC rides, explore the unique brain of a cyclist, and learn tips and tricks about the sport of cycling!
 
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Show #101 – 2/24/21 Show Guest – Jason “Big Sexy” Becker Consider donating to Big Sexy and Heather on their cross country journey! Venmo: Jason-Becker-60 Paypal.me/Beckhouse504 Show Beer – This was a fridge cleaning episode! Got a few rides in on the Port Washington beaches! Shit Worth Doin’ Friday Feb 26th, 27th, 28th – Sweaty Yeti Alt! – A virtua…
 
Melanie Curry, Streetsblog California Editor, and Dave Snyder, CalBike Executive director, discuss the state and federal programs to subsidize e-bike purchases with Nick Richert and Don Ward.Essential Question: should I wait for a subsidy to by an ebike?Answer: Only if you want to wait two years at least. California's AB 117, authored by Tasha Boer…
 
Very rarely do we have the chance to ask the inventor of something that changes the world what they were thinking. If you could talk lightbulbs with Thomas Edison, phones with Alexander Graham Bell, what would you say? That’s the conversation we’re having today with Gary Fisher — a man widely credited with the invention and popularization of an ent…
 
Charlie Murray is a super talented up-and-comer from New Zealand. He definitely made his mark on the Enduro World Series and World Cup downhill circuit last season. Charlie even dabbled in the e-Bike World Champs. Which, despite running out of battery mid race, has paid off pretty well for him, as you’ll find out in this episode. Charlie provides g…
 
Jeremiah Stone is a mountain bike skill instructor who has taught hundreds of riders across the western USA with Ninja Mountain Bike Performance and the Sedona Mountain Bike Academy. He’s also a freelance trail builder and machine operator in addition to being a skilled rider. In this interview, we ask: How did you develop your own mountain bike sk…
 
Season 4 of the Leadville Podcast will center around the amazing stories this race brings, and that dovetails nicely with the intriguing "From the Ground Up" contest pro cyclists Ryan Petry and Alexey Vermeulen have dreamed up: Choose three people new to mountain biking and give them (almost) everything they need to race the Leadville 100. We talk …
 
Detours and closures are a part of bike touring, but how do you handle it? On this edition, five things to think about on how to handle bike route detours and closures without losing your cool. http://traffic.libsyn.com/pedalshift/psp232.mp3 Hey it’s the direct download link for The Pedalshift Project 232: Handling Bike Route Detours & Closures(mp3…
 
Q&A #125 - Adding bike, run and strength training in place of swimming; When to train to current ability level and when to train to target ability level; Adventure racing With pools being closed, what is the best way of substituting swimming with bike, run and strength training? When should you train to your current ability level (e.g. training zon…
 
Welcome Mountain Bikers! Did you know that Santa Cruz had shipping delays this year because they couldn’t get cardboard for their bike boxes? That is the kind of world we’re living in right now, and on today’s show, we talk with CEO of Santa Cruz, Joe Graney, about the current state of the bike industry and bike availability. This episode is also a…
 
What're the latest developments in the Velomobile world? We span the globe to bring you the first velo dealer in China, a tandem Quest velo going into production in France, the latest on the purported fastest velo called the Snoek, updates to the Milan, the DF4, in Romania, the WAW from Czechia and the Rotovelo from Australia. In addition we bring …
 
Originally aired Nov 3, 2016 The Trans America Bike Race is a 4200 mile, 3+ week, self-supported bike race starting in Astoria, OR and ending in Yorktown, VA. Felix Wong from Fort Collins, CO competed in the Trans Am in 2015 and finished 8th overall and was the 3rd American. Listen in to find out all about this amazing race! www.felixwong.com http:…
 
It was the vandalism of Taupõ's big bike sculpture that gave Brett Cotter the idea for the fundraiser film festival, The Big Bike Film Night. It now tours nearly 50 towns and cities each year and is the must-see for lovers of biking, adventure, films – and the thrill of big screen cinema. Sarah chats to Brett about reels on wheels, and what motivat…
 
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