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Bikes or Death is a podcast centered around the growing sport of bikepacking, adventure cycling, and the outdoors. The show features the amazing people who participate in these activities and contribute so greatly to the cycling community. The Bikes or Death Podcast is dedicated to sharing the stories and experiences of these individuals with the hopes that it inspires others to get outside, get on their bikes, and experience what our natural world has waiting for them. At its heart Bikes or ...
 
A podcast for women who love bicycles! We we celebrate all forms of riding and all forms of women, so whether you're a road cyclist, mountain biker, or bike commuter, you'll find your tribe here. Each week we'll week bring you interviews from inspiring women, and offer tips and tricks to help you thrive on the bike.
 
Outdoor Evolution founder & contributor Darwin Rakestraw is joined by rotating co-hosts on a podcast that seeks to go beyond the usual conversations in the outdoor community. As more people turn to hiking, cycling, van-life and the outdoors - making use of public lands and Mother Nature - the questions we ask ourselves as a community need to move beyond the surface level. The Outdoor Evolution Podcast is all about the current, difficult and important discussions in the outdoor community.
 
Traveller, cyclist, and expat with over 15 years experience living abroad in six different countries. By no means an expert at bike touring, join me to learn how to get started with bike touring, different hacks, tricks, and techniques you can use to improve your bike touring experience, or just to hear some of their great experiences along the way. A new episode will be released as often as possible, on various topics related to bike touring adventures.
 
“A bicycle is fast enough to go far, but not too fast to savor what you find along the way. It’s the good speed.” That’s the founding principle of our bike shop, GoodSpeed Cycles in Homewood, Illinois. This podcast will help anyone who rides a bike (or wants to) find their own good speed, featuring information on bike rides, cycling tips, area route suggestions and reviews, local bike clubs, maintenance advice and more! Plus we’ll talk to the people, organizations, and businesses who are mak ...
 
Active Travel Adventures curates multi-day world wide adventure travel for reasonably fit folks who love to hike, bike, paddle or otherwise stay active for a more immersive experience when they vacation and explore our planet and its people. ATA's mission is to inspire and empower you to lead a bigger life through adventure travel. Travel the Active Travel Adventures way!
 
Your Adventure Travel "How To" Resource: learn about backpacking, bike packing, and paddling from planning, training, packing, gear selection, plus tour company recommendations. This is a companion podcast to the Active Travel Adventures (ATA) podcast which focuses on inspiring and encouraging you to lead a bigger life through adventure travel. ATA teaches you the "who, what, when, and where" of exciting adventure travel destinations around the world while this podcast teaches you the "HOW"! ...
 
The National Trust Podcast takes you on an audio adventure through some of the UK’s greatest landscapes, walks, gardens, homes and collections. You’ll uncover the hidden stories, learn about the fascinating characters and meet the wonderful people that make all our places so special. New episodes are released every two weeks. To learn more about audio programmes from the National Trust go to http://nationaltrust.org.uk/podcasts
 
Hosted by award-winning broadcasters Matt Mittan and Michele Scheve, the "Matt and Michele Outdoors" Radio Show is where you can hear stories and get tips, info and ideas about fishing, boating, hiking and camping and more in the Southern Appalachian Mountains and Foothills. You can also learn about - and learn from - leaders within the outdoor and nature related economy. Matt and Michele are based out of Asheville, NC.
 
The world's greatest adventurers tell their best story from the road. Each episode is cut documentary style and set to music and cinematic effects to create an immersive storytelling experience. 'Best travel podcasts 2020'- The Guardian, 'Thrilling Stuff'-Sunday Times, 'Ear Candy for Listeners' - Washington Post
 
The Hidden Athlete Podcast delves into the lives of the humble elite endurance athlete who has achieved incredible things with little or no public recognition. This Podcast will always be about the athlete and has not been developed for commercial gain. For images and further stories about our stars jump on Instagram @thehiddenathletepodcast Enjoy.
 
The podcast about biking experiences from bicyclists who have pedaled to amazing places within the United States. Each week we will get to know new people and explore great destinations to ride your bike. As you listen to the great adventures cyclists share you may wonder, why haven’t I done that yet?
 
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Unpaved Podcast

Tom Bonnett, Katherine Moore

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The adventure cycling and bikepacking podcast. Join us as we travel the length and breadth of the UK, seeking out the very best off road riding in the wild and wonderful British Isles. We’re seeking out the riders, route masters, gear designers and creatives that help us get the most out of leaving the tarmac behind. Our introductory series explores the fundamental concepts of what it means to ride off road; exploring cycling history, how new communities are being born all over the country a ...
 
Professional mountain biker Payson McElveen sits down with some of the biggest names in sports and adventure to get an inside look at what sets them apart. With no script, the casual conversations are as diverse as the guests, with topics ranging from harrowing tales of survival, to debates on current events, to everyday tips and tricks and everything in between. As Payson travels the world for his two-wheeled day job, listen in as he rubs shoulders with and learns from some of the most insp ...
 
In the Out and Back Podcast presented by Gaia GPS, thru-hiker Andrew “Shanty” Baldwin, professional guide/outdoorswoman Mary "Hiker Midnight" Cochenour, and professional athlete Abby Levene dive deep into conversation with long-distance hikers, record-breaking athletes, offroad travelers who sold everything to live full-time on the dusty backroads, and other awesome guests who have mastered their backcountry craft. In every show, Shanty, Mary, and Abby tap into each backcountry expert’s supe ...
 
Formerly the We Need More Heroes Podcast, the Call to Adventure pod brings you the best in adventure and activism. We sit down with adventurers who are doing something inspiring - skiing to the poles, summiting mountains, putting up new routes, exploring the unknown - whilst doing their bit to protect our wild places. Join the mission at CalltoAdventure.UK and 'CalltoAdventureOfficial' on social media.
 
A podcast that celebrates the outdoor community and wilderness areas of Aotearoa New Zealand. Get to know a diverse range of Kiwis as we cover themes linked to adventure, wellbeing, conservation and the professional outdoor scene in New Zealand. Hosted by Dulkara Martig. Sponsored by Federated Mountain Clubs of New Zealand.
 
Farming god goes to the places and talks to the people adventuring through America’s spiritual revolution. We travel to China, to Mexico, and across middle America, asking bigger questions that broaden our understanding, fuel our imagination, and put our anxiety into perspective. Our fear is replaced by a vibrant identity that allows us to not merely survive, but to truly live. There has never been a greater opportunity for a new way to live in America. Will you join me?
 
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Svein Tuft & Ryan Anderson

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Hosted by retired pro-cyclists Svein Tuft and Ryan Anderson, Back on the Bus represents an easy-going environment of interviews just as you could have found us talking on the way to and from races in the back of our cycling team bus. We will have a wide range of guests on the show and everyone will have been influenced by a bike in one way or another.
 
Seattle Outdoor Sister (SOS) is hosted by Annika Fain, a woman born and raised in Seattle. She is passionate about the environment, outdoors, adventures, running, cycling, hiking, and swimming. She organizes a women's cycling group called PNW Cycling Sisters, formerly Seattle Cycling Sisters. She talks about her personal journey and outdoor adventures. Also, she features interviews with people she admires who share a love for the outdoors.
 
I am Anshul Akhoury, and I am an award winning travel blogger from India. I am an advocate of responsible travel in India and have won Silver in Outlook Traveller India Responsible Travel Awards. I have worked in Himalayas to control plastic pollution, raise awareness for climate change in India and volunteered in Ladakh for preservation of Snow Leopard Habitats. Here, on this podcast, I will connect with different experts from the field of responsible travel who have done something signific ...
 
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.
 
Welcome to to The Hardest Kit on the Planet Podcast, brought to you by Heinnie Haynes! In this podcast we interview some of the hardest people and companies from around the planet. We aim to extract loads of helpful tips and tricks to help your outdoor experiences that much better. In this podcast we be interviewing adventurers, explorers, knife makers, peppers, bushcrafters, and people who work for some of the biggest outdoor companies in the world!
 
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On today’s episode I get to meet Ally Johnson who is taking the reins over at Bikepacking Roots. She was hired in October, but we wanted to give her a little time to get acquainted with her new role before having her on. Ally brings with her an impressive academic resume. From Bikepacking Roots, “Ally has a master’s degree in Policy, Organization, …
 
Bike Pack the Erie Canal from Buffalo to Albany Learn how to bike pack the 360 mile Erie Canal Trail : what you'll see, when to go, how many miles per day, where to sleep, and what gear to take. Learn how to plan your epic multi-day biking adventure and much more. Get insights into general bike packing from an experienced bike packer. COMPLETE SHOW…
 
Bike Pack the Erie Canal from Buffalo to Albany Learn how to bike pack the 360 mile Erie Canal Trail : what you'll see, when to go, how many miles per day, where to sleep, and what gear to take. Learn how to plan your epic multi-day biking adventure and much more. Get insights into general bike packing from an experienced bike packer. COMPLETE SHOW…
 
In this episode, Einstein is back on the show to join Darwin in a discussion about all things bikepacking! Over the years we have occasionally shared our love of two-wheeled adventures, but this episode is fully-dedicated to why bikepacking/touring is so awesome. How is it similar/different to backpacking? Is it really that hard to transition from …
 
Joe Cruz has been bikepacking since the 80s, when a college trip introduced him to the excitement and challenge of multi-day cycling adventures. Since then, he's raced and bikepacked his way across the world, including journeys through Ethiopia, Patagonia, Pakistan, and Tibet. When he's not riding his bike, he is Professor of Philosophy at Williams…
 
On the show today is Brannon Pack. Brannon is the Director of Cycling Tourism in Fayetteville, Arkansas. If you haven’t been to Fayetteville yet, get it on your calendar! They are nestled in the Ozark Mountains and offer some of the best mountain biking in the nation, with easy access trails that are well constructed and well maintained. They are a…
 
Riley Amos became the breakout star of cross country racing earlier this year when he became the first American male to win a U23 World Cup . At just 19 and in his first year out of the junior ranks, he also snagged the podium at two other World Cup races in Albstadt, Germany and Nové Město, Czech Republic. He entered the 2021 season with uncertain…
 
This week we debate whether Lifetime is saving or ruining American cycling with their new series. We name at least 11 or so of the pro men who might compete while Tim names the eventual women's winner. Plus we spend a lot of Time talking cleats. This podcast is supported by the generous and amazing donors to the Wide Angle Podium Network. You still…
 
This week we sit down with Bryce Wood from Colorado's Alchemy Bicycles to discuss the companies' titanium and carbon gravel bikes. Presenting Sponsor: Competitive Cyclist. Code THEGRAVELRIDE for 15% off Support the podcast Join The Ridership Automated Transcription (please excuse the typos): Alchemy Bicycles [00:00:00] Craig Dalton: [00:00:05] Hell…
 
In this episode, Darwin is joined by fellow 2021 CDT Thru-Hiker, Triple Crowner, and Wilderness Therapy Instructor Justin Helmkamp to talk about what happens after the hike (or adventure) is OVER. There's always a focus on the highs and lows during a long adventure, but what about the many difficulties folks can run into in the weeks and months aft…
 
Amanda grabbed the podcast controls and put together a nice series of interviews featuring race organizers of smaller top-tier events that may not be on your radar. For the first installment, she chats with Bobby Thompson about the Flint Hills Gravel Ride. You can learn more about FHGR at https://flinthillsgravelride.com/. Go to www.hammerhead.io/t…
 
On the show today is Daniel Troia, The Travelin Dude. He is a filmmaker who at one point did a little questioning of life, needed some soul searching and hopped on his bike to find answers. He has been on some epic bike touring adventures, and on at least two tours he took along his GoPro to film his experience. His first film, called “Two Wheels t…
 
Charlie Head circumnavigated the country to get people talking about mental health Charlie Head is no stranger to adventure. His stand up paddle board has taken him across the Arctic, through the Nile and along the Amazon, meeting and living with tribespeople and locals along the way to discuss education, community and the environment. His most rec…
 
On this episode Ryan Van Duzer joins me for the first time and Matt Mason is back on the podcast for a chat about the New Mexico Bikepacking Summit and Dangerbird that took place in Las Cruces in Nov. Ryan did the whole course and filmed a four part series for his YouTube Channel, which is worth subscribing to, if you don't already. Full write up w…
 
It's the most wonderful time of the year, or so the song goes... so let's gather 'round the Zoom and warm up with our friends from the Land of Sunshine and Bunnies at the Sprocket Podcast, and compete in our semi-regular bike draft! Armando, Joan, Aaron and I pick seven rounds of bike touring gear to see who has the best setup... just in time for t…
 
Brandon McIntyre is the founder of Superior Wilderness Designs. A Michigan based pack company that believes some packs are too linear in their design. SWD has redefined what a pack can do, including proving that through extreme testing. Beer: Athletic Brewing Run Wild IPA Non-Alcoholic Bell's Two Hearted Ale Guest Links: Superior Wilderness Designs…
 
For over 20 years, Jamie Bestwick reigned as one of BMX's most decorated athletes in the history of the sport. Since competing in his first X Games in 1996, he's won 14 gold medals at the event, including in nine consecutive years. In 2005, he won every single event in which he competed. Now he's found a new outlet: gravel racing. In this conversat…
 
Y'all probably know by now that I love Arkansas. Last Tuesday evening I was sitting on my couch getting caught up on all the instagram-goings-ons when I came across a post i had forgotten about. Natural State Rock & Republic was going to be hosting "Tales of the High Country" the very next evening, and I knew I had to be there. The next morning I w…
 
This week we sort of kind of apologize to the UK, use our amazing American knowledge of Euro geography to become cycling super agents and read some great emails. Plus we answer the age old question what was Spencer's favorite bike of all time ever ever. This podcast is supported by the generous and amazing donors to the Wide Angle Podium Network an…
 
This week we are joined by Dr. Matt Smith, Founder EverAthlete. Matt walks us through the importance of strength training for gravel cyclists. Presented by: Competitive Cyclist Join The Ridership Episode Transcription (please excuse the typos): EverAthlete - Dr. Matt [00:00:00] Craig Dalton: Hello and welcome to the gravel rod podcast. I'm your hos…
 
It's our 50th episode! To celebrate, we reached out to listeners and asked them to submit their big backpacking questions. We received fantastic questions about gear, philosophy, and skills and enjoyed chatting about the answers. Also in this episode, an interview with Backpacking Light grant recipient Narinda Heng and some upcoming educational opp…
 
Roles shift on this unique episode when mountain biking and adventure racing legend Rebecca Rusch interviews Travis about his book, The Ultra Mindset. This interview was part of last year’s Basecamp cycling program: www.joinbasecamp.com (use code REBECCA50 for $50 off this year’s program). For free, public rides on Zwift this winter with Rebecca, c…
 
Matt Phillips has ridden more bikes than perhaps anyone else in the world. And over the last 30 years reviewing cycling gear, he's tried just about everything the industry has to offer. But his job is not always the dream career that cycling enthusiasts might imagine. In this conversation, Matt opens up about the unsettled relationship between his …
 
You may or may not know that in addition to the Murphology Podcast, I am a co-host on another podcast called Just Go Bike. It is about topics more specific to the weeklong bike ride across Iowa near and dear to me called RAGBRAI which stands for The Register's Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa, a ride that started back in 1973. This episode I a…
 
For this special edition of the Mountain Flyer podcast, host Trina Ortega welcomes Seattle-area broadcast journalist Paul Andrews in co-hosting a panel discussion about e-MTBs and their place in today’s mountain bike landscape. Industry leaders Ace Bollinger, Leslie Kehmeier, Nat Ross and Yvonne Kraus dive deeper into the impacts e-mountain bikes a…
 
I've taken listeners on a bunch of rides on the C&O, but I've never really done the full guide to cycling it. In the second of two parts, we go section by section from DC to Cumberland. It's an audio guide to cycling the C&O Canal towpath whether you're a first timer of a full on expert. Guide to Cycling the C&O Towpath - Part 2 A few things to add…
 
Travel Tips and Insights On this far reaching show, Kit highlights the lessons learned over more than a year and a half on the road, including her USA Road Trip in her camper van, Sophie, plus her long term travel in Europe. We discuss: Myth Busted: Travel is Expensive : I can't afford it Myth Busted: Travel is Dangerous We learn tips on how to sav…
 
Harrison Ward, or ’Fell Foodie’ on Instagram wasn’t always running up and down the Cumbrian fells with a stove and the ingredients for a hilltop curry in his rucksack. Though it’s how he spends most of his days now, it was a tough journey to get there. Harrison tells his story of overcoming years of depression and alcoholism and how eventually, it …
 
In this Bike Tour Adventures interview I have the chance to speak with a group of adventurers that have recently completed a truly unique cycling adventure, while also working towards increasing public awareness of climate solutions, the importance of preserving the U.K's natural environment and finally encouraging others to explore the outdoors. I…
 
This week a couple folks get fired and then rehired, a bike gets stolen and then found, and Wout finally gets in the NFT game. All the rail bike and aquatic/house bike emails you crave with a small amount of LvdH on the side. This podcast is supported by the generous and amazing donors to the Wide Angle Podium Network and The poddy is also supporte…
 
This week we sit down with Phil Cavell, co-founder of Cycle Fit Studio in London and author of The Midlife Cyclist. The Midlife Cyclist take a comprehensive look at our bodies and mind with an eye towards successful cycling in mid-age and beyond. Episode sponsor: Competitive Cyclist - Code 'TheGravelRide' Phil's CycleFit Studio and The Midlife Cycl…
 
Dr. Kevin Sprouse is trained and certified in both Sports and Emergency Medicine. He serves as the Head of Medicine forEF Education First Pro Cycling and works with elite and professional athletes across numerous sports and disciplines, including professional cycling, triathlon, PGA golfers, NFL and MLB players, Olympic track and field athletes, an…
 
Reed Boggs is a freeride mountain biker who placed third at this year’s Red Bull Rampage. The event is known for pushing the boundaries of freeriding and has seen its fair share of groundbreaking runs. Reed has competed in three Rampages, and explains why, in his case, experience was the only way to success. He also talks about how he got into free…
 
Foothills Conservancy of North Carolina inspires conservation in Western North Carolina by permanently protecting land and water for the benefit of people and all living things. For more information visit https://www.foothillsconservancy.org/By Matt Mittan / Tom Kenney / Beth Willard Patton
 
Considered the first rail-to-trail in the United States, the Elroy-Sparta State Trail is located in Wisconsin, east of LaCrosse. With three rock tunnels and five small towns along its 32.5-mile route, this limestone rail-trail is obviously a favorite Wisconsin bicycling destination with over 60,000 people visiting each year. Traveling between Spart…
 
Follow Captain Liz Clark on the Voyage of the Swell, a surfer’s journey in search of a life of exploration, adventure and the perfect wave. After college, instead of getting a job and starting a career, as her peers were, Liz bought a boat. She had always loved the ocean and felt a calling to follow her dreams, and try and make her passions her lif…
 
Elise Downing was sat in her London grad job office, miserable with the corporate grind, when the idea of running around the UK first came to her. In 2015 the spent 10 months running a lap of the UK, gradually building up her mileage to running 30-40 miles a day and for the most part staying with friends or strangers. It was a trip that would teach…
 
I've taken listeners on a bunch of rides on the C&O, but I've never really done the full guide to cycling it. In the first of two parts, it's an audio guide to cycling the C&O Canal towpath whether you're a first timer of a full-on expert. Guide to Cycling the C&O Towpath - Part 1 Basics Route and length Brief history Surface Weather FAQs Do I need…
 
It's your worst nightmare. You're all alone, miles from the trailhead, when you trip over a rock and break your leg. What do you do? If you have a satellite communication device, you press a button and send a message for help. Yes, rescue in the backcountry has become that easy. These palm-sized units allow you to send messages from anywhere in the…
 
I'm honored to have this years Arkansas High Country Winner, and new Women's FKT holder, back on the podcast. Scotti Lechuga completed this years race in 5d, 10h, 49m, besting everyone in the field. For the uninitiated, the Arkansas High Country Race is quickly earning a reputation for being extremely challenging 1,000+ miles course that covers muc…
 
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