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The NBDA’s bicycle industry podcast brings retailers, vendors, advocates, and thought leaders to the mic for honest discussions about the latest issues facing retailers, while taking an in-depth look at the person within the profession. Content that proves relatable and thought producing, directed at exposing real-world tips and information to help retailers find success within the bicycle industry. Get more at NBDA.com.
 
The War on Cars is a podcast about car culture, mobility and the future of cities. We bring you news, commentary and stories about the worldwide battle to undo a century's worth of damage wrought by the automobile. The War on Cars is waged by three leading voices of the livable streets movement, Doug Gordon, Sarah Goodyear and Aaron Naparstek. Liberate your city. Enlist today in The War on Cars.
 
Conversations and life as aspiring (but not-quite) world class pro cyclocross racers. From fall adventures and UCI races across North America, to dream Christmas dreams shivering in muddy vans in cyclocross heartland of Belgium, Jenn Jackson and Michael van den Ham tell tales about the ‘cross racing you don’t see on TV, dig into how they differ from the best, share their respective journey’s to reach the next level, and the Canadian CX scene in general.
 
The “Bicycle Touring Pro” podcast is here to help you plan, prepare for, and execute your first bicycle tour and remove all the guesswork, wasted time and frustration that plagues so many first-time bicycle travelers. Welcome to “Bicycle Touring Pro” and the wonderful world of bike travel!
 
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Hi, my name is Lisa Steingold. For me, there's no greater metaphor for life than a bicycle, so I decided to interview the bravest, most admired, funniest and awesomest of women on two wheels to get their take on it all:-) Velo Dulce means finding the sweet life through life on two wheels.
 
Gravel Guru was developed by producer and show host Matt Fowler. They are currently in their seventh season of hosting a video show on Youtube & Facebook titled: This is Gravel. The goal for Gravel Guru is to try and connect fellow listeners and cyclists to some of the many great stories that happen around this rapidly growing genre of cycling.
 
Ebike enthusiasts, Duane & Jared, discuss all aspects of choosing, riding, and maintaining an electric bike, and share thoughts on how ebikes make our lives better. Whether you are considering purchasing your first electric bike or already committed to the eBike lifestyle--this show is for you. We have nothing to sell or promote. We just want to talk to you. Join the eBike community and stay tuned to the Electric Bike Radio podcast.
 
Every bike racer needs deserves to have their story told. Every bike holds a history of adventures that live with the exaggerated tales that are told over and over again to anyone close enough to hear them. Freebooter is dedicated to help guide you through the rough waters of being a privateer with stories of inspiration, tips on how to be a better racer, and to talk about the products that will help you hunt gold.
 
Tomorrow will be better than you think! In each episode of this podcast, Entrepreneur magazine editor in chief Jason Feifer takes something that seems concerning or confusing today, and then learns its surprising history, what important things we’re missing, and how to be more optimistic about tomorrow. (The show was previously called Pessimists Archive.)
 
PUMPED! the inside podcast by Schwalbe delivers first hand insights in the daily life of our athletes and close friends of the Schwalbe brand. Every week our host Tobias Woggon provides one episode in English and one in German, featuring personal conversations with some of the biggest names in cycling. Follow us to get the in-depth view in the daily life of your favorite Mountainbike World Champions, Ironman Heroes and Cycling Traveller.
 
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With a bunch of snow and ice on the ground where I'm at, it's a good time to focus on things that will help bike tours coming after the thaw. On this episode, an update on my winter fitness goals, what I'm doing to keep it going plus some ideas on winter bike maintenance. Winter Fitness The fitness starting point: not great Intermittent fasting Cal…
 
In the mid-1960s a Dutch engineer called Luud Schimmelpennink came up with a scheme to share bikes, and cut pollution. He collected about ten old bicycles, painted them white and left them at different points around Amsterdam. The first scheme didn't last, but it was hugely influential and became part of popular culture; Luud Schimmelpennink himsel…
 
Bicycle Talk Episode 278: January 17th, 2022: Ron’s Rant. Mechanics Ask Walmart, Major Bike Manufacturers to Stop Making and Selling ‘Built-to-Fail’ Bikes. Stop buying junk! On a positive side: A bump in the road update: Monthly progress report Is it possible to kick one’s own butt while teaching an extreme spin class? I have to admit, yes. The Mai…
 
Welcome to another Episode of 3WB. Thanks to everyone that tuned into our Facebook Live Show! Every Friday 8pmish Facebook https://www.facebook.com/3WheelBicycle This week Stevie V is in the studio rolling solo. He gets into Jeff Foxworthy and why his material isnt funny but states truly believe he's just talking to them. The life of Americas Dad B…
 
Micka from dmcx.com reviews the "new" bike of Peter Sagan as he joins the French Continental team Total Energies. The move has set a never seen before team transition. The sponsors followed Peter Sagan and his own little team. It is an unprecedented situation where brands as big as Specialized follow an influencer in the cycling world.…
 
The Mission of the Bike Karma Podcast is just to be a friendly point on the map for anyone who loves any type of bicycle to make connections with other bicycle enthusiasts from inside and outside of their own camps. From riding, to fixing, to collecting... from beginners to champions... from the garage workshop to the peloton... we've either covere…
 
The Nerds had quite a few new bikes to talk about this week, and a lot of details to debate, especially regarding Cannondale’s new Synapse. On the one hand, it’s strikingly normal now with no proprietary fittings whatsoever (even a threaded bottom bracket — from Cannondale!). But there’s now also a fully integrated onboard battery powering built-in…
 
In August 1969 the British Army was first deployed in Northern Ireland. Their job was to keep the peace on the streets of Londonderry where sectarian violence had broken out. To begin with the soldiers were welcomed by residents, but attitudes soon changed and what became known as 'The Troubles' got underway. Louise Hidalgo reports.Picture: Armed B…
 
We begin today with Ash Lovell from People for Bikes. Her official title is Electric Bicycle Policy and Campaign Director and our topic is important and timely. If you ride an eBike or are considering purchasing one, you will eventually need to consider the disposal of your used-up battery. The estimated lifespan is about 5 years – although I don’t…
 
The East German authorities built the Berlin Wall in 1961 to keep their people in. Thousands had been streaming westwards. But a few people went the other way. Frauke Naumann was one of them. She grew up in West Germany but fell love with her cousin who lived on the other side of the border. So, in 1986, at the age of 22 she left home to join him. …
 
Gravel Guru producer Matt Fowler and co-host Neil Taylor sit down in the studio this week to kick off a new chapter for Gravel Guru. After years of being asked to produce an audio-specific podcast here, we are. We welcome any and all feedback along with content ideas for our show. If you have any questions/input reach out to Producer Matt at: matt@…
 
This week we’re joined by Anna Zivarts from Disability Rights Washington and Paulo Nunes-Ueno from Front and Centered. They join us to talk about the Disability Mobility Initiative and story map, as well as the Mobility Bill of Rights. We also chat about why mobility experiments might make travel harder for disabled travelers and why a core part of…
 
This week Americans have been observing the Martin Luther King Jr Day national holiday, which marks the birthday of the late civil rights leader. The campaign to have Dr King formally recognized in the US was led by his widow, Coretta Scott King. The holiday was finally signed into law in 1983. Farhana Haider has been speaking to Dr King’s youngest…
 
Breaking the ice and getting into the waters of podcasting, Eric Lagerstrom and Paula Findlay use their professional triathlete wisdom to shed some light on endurance training, dog ownership, winter living in Bend OR, and much more in the very first episode of That Triathlon Life Podcast. They are joined by their friend Nick Goldston, who is a song…
 
This week on the CyclingTips podcast... The Australian National Championships delivered two deserving winners in Luke Plapp and Nicole Frain. Caleb Ewan, Vincenzo Nibali, and Philippe Gilbert announced their target races for the upcoming season. Mathieu van der Poel underwent knee surgery while recovering from a back injury. And in the latest COVID…
 
On this episode of The Ride Companion Olly talks about his recent trip to California, attending Anaheim 1 supercross, V.I.P tickets at a Lakers game, the hectic Bernard Kerr lifestyle and getting bumped at Troy Lee Designs by Justin Barcia. The guys also talk about Travis Pastrana's move from Red Bull, catch up on some mountain bike news and answer…
 
Yes – this is a mid-week episode and I really enjoyed the conversation with my guest, Ian Cleverly. Ian is the executive editor of Rouleur – arguably one of the best magazines about cycling on the market today. With a history of covering racing, the editors changed it up in 2021 and have broadened their topics to include issues on women, people of …
 
This episode’s guest is Michael Marckx, CEO and Founder of Moments of Cycling, a purveyor of the classic one day races in the United States, such as the Belgian Waffle Ride. Referred to as a creative strategist, his portfolio includes retailer, brand leader, community worker, and athlete. Michael is known for shaking things up and coming up with co…
 
This week is all fun and games. Tim and Spencer play a heated round of Goose or Bike, Matt and Spencer slug it out in cycling Jeopardy and we get a message from our favorite time traveling listener. Plus we check in at SRP alumni corner. This podcast is supported by the generous and amazing donors to the Wide Angle Podium Network. You still have ti…
 
***This is a preview of a short bonus episode just for Patreon supporters. Become a Patreon supporter of The War on Cars for ad-free access to this and all our exclusive content. Plus, we’ll send you stickers!*** The New Republic's Alex Pareene joined us for Episode 78, "311 is a Joke," and we had a lot of fun. We chatted about the battle for scarc…
 
National Geographic photographer Tomas van Houtryve documents the layered history and revival of one of the world’s most enduring landmarks, Notre-Dame de Paris. A reflection of the city and part of its soul, the cathedral has been ravaged, reimagined, and resurrected over the course of eight centuries. Badly damaged by fire in 2019, Notre-Dame is …
 
5x Olympian ( 3 summer, 2 winter) 8x World Cup Winner ( both MTB and Cyclocross) 2x bronze medalist at Cyclocross World Champs Multiple Czech National Champ - MTB, CX, XCski Multiple NCAA XC Ski Champ President of UCI Athletes’ Commission Vice-President of UCI 20 years with Clif Pro Team Building my own program for 2022 Languages: Czech and English…
 
A Ugandan chemist has found a way to use old cattle bones and food waste to make clean water.Timothy Kayondo turns the rubbish into activated carbon, which he uses to produce water purifiers. They’re being used in schools and hospitals.It is estimated that one in 10 people on the planet do not have a basic level of access to clean water.In this pro…
 
It turns out Canadian pro Geoff Kabush is pretty good at racing bikes — first in XC MTB and cyclocross, then more recently, gravel and enduro — and throughout it all, he’s never been afraid to speak his mind. But along with chasing podiums, Kabush has always also put his engineering degree and technical mindset to good use in a product development …
 
How a small Nigerian Islamist group launched one of the deadliest insurgencies in Africa. In 2002, a new radical sect emerged in Maiduguri in north eastern Nigeria led by a charismatic preacher, Mohammed Yusuf. He preached against anything he deemed un-Islamic or having a western influence. Locals gave the group a nickname, Boko Haram - meaning "we…
 
In an unprecedented move (wow – I got to use that word… even though I believe it’s about the most overused word in our lexicon these days…) I am offering up two separate podcast episodes this week. I had two great interviews and, rather than one really LONG show, I thought two shorter shows, with two extremely diverse topics, would be more interest…
 
16th January 2022 The Spokesmen Cycling Podcast EPISODE 291: Bike bubble has popped says industry analyst Rick Vosper SPONSOR: Jenson USA HOST: Carlton Reid GUEST: Industry veteran Rick Vosper TOPICS: Any bursting of the bike boom bubble will reverberate widely and could destabilise global bicycle advocacy efforts. This is therefore of potential co…
 
30-year-old Texan Timmie Jean Lindsey was the first woman in the world to have silicone breast implants. In 1962, she was offered the operation free of charge by two pioneering surgeons. It's gone on to become one of the most popular cosmetic procedures in the world. In 2012, Timmie Jean Lindsey spoke to Claire Bowes.PHOTO: A silicone breast implan…
 
Happy New Year! If you need some E-bike-related resolutions for the new year, Jared and Duane give you some ideas and some tips for accomplishing them. A few links from the show: Jared's new cellphone handlebar mount E-biking is healthy! New York Times: E-bikes Can Provide a Good Workout Forbes: Riding Electric Bicycles Boon To Health And Not Cheat…
 
The beginning of a new year is often filled with resolutions that later end up littering later months, abandoned and forgotten. That's why we're calling them goals instead! On this episode, a handful of bike touring goals I'd like to reach by the end of the year... 2022 Bike Touring Goals At least one new-to-me route Fitness: lose the 2021 weight a…
 
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