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Constructing a better bicycle experience. We are Bike Shop Society. Have a question or comment? Tweet it @bikeshopsociety @cyclingreporter @joegaspar Want a shoutout on the pod, do you like to write letters? Email us: mail@bikeshopsociety.com Visit our website, or don't. bikeshopsociety.com
 
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
 
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David Millar, Pete Kennaugh and Ned Boulting

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Hosted by Ned Boulting, David Millar and Pete Kennaugh. The three talk about lots of things, although they never stray far from the core issue, bike racing. Expect guests from the racing world and some proper old school reporting from the road side. Sponsored by CHPT3, Supass and The Road Book. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
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 ...
 
I am a traveler, cyclist, expat and teacher with over 15 years experience living abroad in six different countries. As a passionate cyclist I have seen the world by bike and has toured in some truly amazing places, such as Sweden, Germany, Japan, most of SE Asia and of course Canada. During that time, I have traveled to over 40+ countries and met countless travelers, cyclists, and other expats. While traveling by bike, I decided that I wanted to connect the touring and bikepacking community ...
 
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 community here. Each week we'll week bring you interviews from inspiring women, and offer tips and tricks to help you thrive on the bike.
 
Leadville — The 100 Mile Mountain Bike Race Podcast, p/b Shimano is the show for people racing (or just interested in) The Leadville Trail 100 Mountain Bike Race. Fatty (a 23-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.
 
My name is Lacey and I'm an American living in Japan with my husband and 2 kids. In my early days living here, I used my short morning commute to call friends and family back in the states. I made those calls from the comfort of my very own bicycle. Those bike chats minutes were salve to my soul and now I'd like to share that same time with you. So, come on with me in my mama-chari (Japanese mom bike) and let's chat!
 
A podcast by old-school BMX riders Isaac and Craig. We discuss the history of BMX and Freestyle and how they influenced our lives. You'll hear stories from 80s BMX races, freestyle shows, and interviews with the greats of our sport both past and present. We still ride today and have found a renewed love of our bikes through the big bike 29er bikelife movement.
 
We take you everywhere, on a bike that goes nowhere! Meredith and Sheldon are both deeply involved with our connected fitness community and we love talking equipment, instructors, news, and friends! Our mission is to engage and lift others with fun discussion, interviews, and info that will help us connect with each other and fuel our passion for the bike/rower/tread that go nowhere. We’ll have frequent guests like instructors, community members, as well as others from this the connected fit ...
 
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On today's episode Holden and I chat about a little bit of everything. His day job is at a hot rod shop in Ft. Worth and he's owned a few pretty rad cars over the years. He put his mechanical abilities to use and built hims a rad Tall Bike, which is the fodder for many of my questions on this episode. When he's not tooling around on his tall bike y…
 
Language learning is SUCH an endeavor! It's taxing emotionally, relationally, and even physically. I'd love to chat with you for a bit about my experience as my family and I began learning Japanese a few years ago. Support the show Hosting a podcast costs about $144/year. Please help keep the mic on by supporting over on Patreon! (Even $3/month mak…
 
Intro: Lindsay Sturman and Taylor Nichols share their audio and thoughts from the January 21 Die-in to protest traffic deaths at Los Angeles City Hall. With Seamus Garrity.https://la.streetsblog.org/2023/01/23/safe-streets-advocates-stage-die-in-at-l-a-city-hall-to-protest-record-traffic-deaths/12:24 https://on.soundcloud.com/Wh3yuGetting Through: …
 
Jason Williams is the Senior Sports Scientist in the Human Performance division at Specialized and a bike fitter at Retul, a Specialized brand that’s focused on delivering technically advanced bike fitting and product matching technology. Retul works with top level athletes and uses collected data to help inform product design, notably the Speciali…
 
Joël has been pondering another tool for thought from Maggie Appleton: diagramming. What does drawing complex things reveal? Stephanie has updates on how Soup Group went, plus a clarification from last week's episode re: hexagons and tessellation. They also share the top most impactful articles they read in 2022. This episode is brought to you by A…
 
Today I’m joined by Jesse Melamed. Last week, Jesse announced that he’d be joining the Canyon CLLCTV team for 2023, so we sat down to find out a bit more about it. Before we get stuck into the team change, we find out about what Jesse has learned about bike setup and how that’s enabled him to get a setup that suits his riding style and enables him …
 
It's episode 50!! We kick it off the episode with both of us (mostly) not sick! yay! Sheldon has a good doctor visit, Mere has some Oklahoma snow. We debate the merits of the Netflix show Kaleidoscope. Amber is BACK! She is part of our 50th episode and our FIRST repeat guest. She has SO much to talk about from being a new mom to the challenges she …
 
Geoff Kabush has been racing bikes professionally for longer than just about anyone — and at 45, he’s still going strong. So we sat down with Geoff to hear about his unconventional beginnings in mountain biking; how the sport has changed over the course of his career; what’s kept him motivated nearly three decades into his career; skiing; social me…
 
Links mentioned in this episode of The Bike Lane Transportation Communications Newsletter http://transport-communications.blogspot.com/ Lenny's Startup https://www.lennyrachitsky.com Star Talk with Neil deGrasse Tyson https://startalkmedia.com/ HAAS Alert resources https://www.haasalert.com/resources HAAS Alert News https://www.haasalert.com/news…
 
Rob Gitelis is the Founder of Factor Bikes. Rob, an early pioneer of carbon as the primary construction material in bikes gives us a unique insight into the evolution of bike design. Today's sponsor is Factor Bikes. Check them out, go to www.factorbikes.com Our other sponsor today is HVMN. To avail of 20% off Ketone-IQ go to www.hvmn.com/roadman an…
 
Kari Loya got his love for biking and adventure from his dad, Merv. They took their first bike tour together when Kari was in his early teens and always talked about biking cross-country someday. When 75-year-old Merv was diagnosed with early-stage Alzheimer’s in 2015, Kari knew that “someday” was here. With very little planning, they set off for a…
 
Is a watt a watt? Is a ski erg a bike trainer? Is Mike a little bit upset? We dive into these philosophical questions and try to find the meaning of the Zwift universe. Also, stick around for a poetry slam with KBH. Nowhere Fast is a member of the Wide Angle Podium network. To support this podcast and help pay for Mike's clocks, head to wideanglepo…
 
On this episode Danny continues to dazzle us with stories from the Centennial State. He did a big ride, the Biscochito Supertraining, where he reunited with some old friends. He also visited a local business, the Pro's Closet. And of course he saw some real-life cowboys at a rodeo down in Denver. While Danny’s hanging in Boulder, Joe’s in Chicago, …
 
You know you’ve got a bike tour coming up this year, so you want to make sure you’re ready for it. What are some things to do to make that easier in the bike touring offseason? On this episode, some insight into my plans this offseason plus tips from ACA, REI and other experts! http://traffic.libsyn.com/pedalshift/psp310.mp3 Hey it’s the direct dow…
 
You know you've got a bike tour coming up this year, so you want to make sure you're ready for it. What are some things to do to make that easier in the bike touring offseason? On this episode, some insight into my plans this offseason plus tips from ACA, REI and other experts! Offseason Training for Bike Touring Covered this a bit in Pedalshift 15…
 
We love a good Leadville story, and John Gaston is a great storyteller. And it doesn't hurt that the only guy who could beat him in the 2022 LT100MTB was some guy named Keegan. The crazy thing is, racing bikes is not really what he's into. They're more of his side hustle -- his off-season way to stay sharp and in shape. But that doesn't mean he doe…
 
Tio Gomez talks with Noel Kehrt, Luke Drinkard, and Melissa Clark about their experiences with Outbound Lighting’s Hangover and Trail EVO mountain bike lights. It’s sort of a podcast product review. Along the way, many other things get bounced around, from other sporting goods to trail grooming and events. Crack a beer or jump on the bike and take …
 
In this episode of the Bikepack Adventures podcast, myself and Nathan Starzynski dive into his 15000 km adventure crossing Canada while mostly following the Trans Canada Trail. Funnily enough, about 2 weeks before recording this podcast, Nathan and I had a chance to meet up for coffee in Chelsea, the day before he was going to be catching his fligh…
 
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