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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 ...
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Join host Bella Molloy on Seek Travel Ride, a podcast delving into inspiring tales of those who've embarked on extraordinary bicycling adventures. From crossing state borders on bikepacking journeys, navigating mountain ranges in ultra-cycling races, to traversing continents on transformative around the world bicycle tours, each episode captures the spirit of exploration on two wheels. Immerse yourself in Bella's engaging interviews as we share diverse and inspiring stories, uniting adventur ...
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A comedy show about pro bike racing? A racing show with comedy? Even we're not sure. These three cycling aficionados met a decade ago as bike messengers and have spent countless hours racing, and more importantly discussing the finer qualities of all things bicycles, cycling culture and bike racing ever since. Join the conversation.
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Gravel Cycling in Australia is booming. From racing to bike packing to simply getting off the beaten track and exploring the backroads and trails of our stunning natural landscapes - this accessible subculture is all about community, adventure and (re-)discovering the joy of life on two wheels. Join us a we celebrate our gravel cycling scene and discover the locations, explore the events and meet the people at the heart of the sport.
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Bikes or Death

Patrick Farnsworth

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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 ...
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Welcome to Ripstop on the Record. The podcast for makers, by makers. Where we talk about all things Make Your Own Gear (MYOG). You'll hear from gear companies, textile engineers, cottage vendors, and other leaders in the Textiles + Outdoor Gear industry. Brought to you by Ripstop by the Roll.
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What is the answer to life, the universe and bicycling? Join host Wesley Cheney as he talks with guests about the bikes they’ve ridden and the adventures they’ve had along the way, how biking has changed their lives and what biking mean to them. Bicycles are vehicles for storytelling, so let’s go for a ride!
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Host Gabriel Aldaz sits down with other bicycle touring and bikepacking enthusiasts to have unexpected, revealing, and often humorous conversations about their most memorable bike touring adventures. You’ll hear individuals, friends, partners, and families from all walks of life share the joys (and sometimes challenges) of bicycle touring. A willingness to explore the unknown, overcoming self-doubt, resilience, and experiencing acts of kindness from complete strangers are recurring themes. G ...
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Detours

Detours Podcast

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Hosted by ultra endurance and adventure cyclists Mel Webb and Cynthia Carson, Detours brings you stories from inside the world of ultra cycling and adventure racing, featuring racers, community members, race directors and more. This show is about celebrating the journey, and the detours along the way, as much as the destination. Whether you’re an aspiring racer, a seasoned rider, or simply a curious soul eager to be captivated by tales from the trail, this podcast is for you. Have a topic yo ...
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A podcast about cycling, mountain biking, and all things bikes for WOMEN. Each week we'll week bring you interviews from inspiring women, and offer tips and tricks to help you thrive on the bike. We love all two wheeled activities, so whether you like road cycling, mountain biking, gravel biking, bike commuting, bikepacking, racing or riding, you'll find your community here. We share training and nutrition advice, inspirational stories, and more. You'll finish each episode feeling inspired a ...
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Type 2 Fun, according to many adventurer folks, is the type of fun that is not necessarily fun while you are doing it, but you are hella glad you did it after the fact. And that's what this Podcast is all about! The Art of Type 2 Fun is an adventure podcast hosted by backcountry adventurer, cyclist, and ultrarunner, Karey Miles. We feature women and their supportive folks and talk about epic tales of adventure and suffering! Even if you aren't a lady, join in on the fun! These stories and ti ...
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My Back 40

Steve O'Shaughnessy

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A weekly (hopefully) conversations about bikepacking, training, nutrition and mental health. Subscribe and share to be inspired by conversations with weekend warriors and elite athletes alike.
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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.
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The Gravel Ride is a cycling podcast where we discuss the people, places and products that define modern gravel cycling. We will be interviewing athletes, course designers and product designers who are influencing the sport. We will be providing information on where to ride, what to ride and how to stay stoked on gravel riding.
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Hi! We are Edo and Anna and this is Go Far, an adventure podcast. Join us as we recount the tales of all of our cycling or hiking trips, while diving deep into the world of human powered travel. 🚲🥾 Together, we bring our passion for human-powered travel to the airwaves, sharing stories, insights, and tips on how to explore the world in a way that is sustainable, adventurous, and rewarding. From bike touring to backpacking, we try cover a wide range of topics and destinations, always with an ...
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Adventure Travel beckons the daring, thrill-seeking, explorers of the world. Tune in weekly as our hosts discuss and interview like minded outdoor enthusiasts on the 10Adventures Podcast. Join the ever-growing community of intrepid adventure travellers and get inspired as you learn more about hiking, mountaineering, backpacking, trekking, cycling, thru-hiking, skiing and more. On each episode you will hear directly from passionate adventure travellers, guides, authors, globetrotters, tour op ...
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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 ...
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All Bodies on Bikes is a movement to create and foster a size-inclusive bike community. Join Marley and Maggie as they explore the ideas surrounding “All Bodies On Bikes” and the impact this movement has on communities. We will explore themes such as party pace and why Marley hates it, the limitations of equipment, finding clothing and cycling tools, group ride dynamics as a larger-bodied person, the impact that “All Bodies On Bikes” has had and can have on the cycling industry as a whole. O ...
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The place to come to fill your ears and minds with the stories of everyday, extraordinary women who’ll inspire you to take your outdoor adventure game to the next level. Whether you’re starting your journey from the couch or the trail head, this is the place for you.
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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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This is Buzzalong Cycling, the ultimate podcast about cycling, bikepacking, ultra cycling and adventure. Join us as we dive deep into the world of cycling, exploring thrilling adventures and interviewing top experts in the field. Embark on a journey with me @sherry.cycling as I unravel the untold secrets of the cycling realm, sharing captivating stories of epic expeditions and heart-pumping races. Whether you're a seasoned cyclist or a beginner gearing up for your first bikepacking trip, thi ...
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Gravel Union Talks is a podcast series full of inspiring stories, news and events from the world of gravel biking. Each month hosts Carlo and Olly will be chatting with guests who are passionate about riding off the beaten track… adventure riding, bike packing and gravel racing.
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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.
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Hit The Road Podcast is all about Sharing Experiences, Races, And everything in between. Join us, as we bring guests and together debunk cycling myths, and help you become a better, faster and stronger cyclist / triathlete
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Hi I'm Jodi Fleeman and I'm a plant-based endurance athlete, personal trainer and exercise instructor and I'm going to share adventures, experiences, and insights I've had in the areas of endurance sports, travel, adventure, and nutrition, to name a few 😊
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Bringing together the ultra cycling family through fun and friendly interviews, news, and ultra-minded content. https://ultracycling.show Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ultracyclingshow/support
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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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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.
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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.
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Ozark Gravel Doom calls itself “A beautifully evil bikepacking event in the south.” With two distance options, 400 miles and 196 miles, this event doesn’t have podiums or prize money and is entirely self supported. The 2024 edition took place this past weekend, with the fastest male finisher of the 400 mile “Doom” category finishing in 45 hours, 42…
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In the 4th episode of Unpacking Bikepacking I dive into the some of the common issues that gravel bike riders have while taking on various bikepacking adventures, and how to make that gravel bike into the perfect rig for bikepacking. Throughout the episode I look into various things, such as suspension, handlebars, fenders, tire setup, and more. To…
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Looking for bikepacking ideas for an adventure in North America? Then you need to listen to this episode with Jen Adams, bikepacker and curator of the Log Drivers Waltz - an 800km circuitous bikepacking route in Canada. Jen and her husband Eric pieced together this route after taking their own bikepacking trip, and realising they had quite a lot to…
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Zusammen mit Gudrun Brardt startete Wolfgang Reiche in den 80ern auf eine 72000km lange Rad Reise um die Welt. Auf der 50 monatigen Reise erlebten sie nicht nur unglaublich Geschichten , sondern halfen durch ihre Aufzeichnungen, Tests und Probefahrten auch massgeblich bei de Entwicklung des Schwalbe Marathons mit. Die ganze Geschichte in dieser Fol…
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With the final Nations Cup of the season nearing, Sarah Van Dam was in Milton, Ont., with the Canadian squad getting ready for the event. Since the Olympics are only a few months away, the Nations Cup is a key part of the qualification process for Paris. Van Dam and the other riders on the team pursuit squad are after a top-eight place at minimum. …
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So much of our bike travel is out on the open road, or along some back country trail. But what about the cities? On this edition, we talk about how to make cities and suburban riding a fun and enjoyable part of your next urban bike tour! Urban Bike Touring Planning Your Urban Adventure - route planning in urban areas. - researching bike-friendly ci…
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Karey sits down with Cynthia Carson, ultra endurance cyclist. They chat about all things bikes, racing, gear, food, highs and lows and best of all, Cynthia's experience in the Atlas Mountain Race, which she previously won this February, 2024. Check out Cynthia's website, socials, and more for an in depth look at her packing skills, tips for adventu…
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Join us as we chat with Jameson Collins, the brains behind Houda Trail, a custom outdoor gear brand. Get ready for an inside look into Jameson's journey from gear enthusiast to gear maker extraordinaire. They dive deep into the world of outdoor apparel, geeking out over the wonders of Alpha Direct fabric and the joy of tailoring gear to fit just ri…
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It's a wild one this week with Littleguy checking in from Arkansas, and piloting a new Coaching Corner targeting the World Tour team boss market. Tim says the women's paris-Roubaix was not up to his expections. And, Spencer tried desperately to remember any punk rock songs from his highshcool era, as Tim drills him for info about the all new SRP Sp…
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This is the first episode of Cycle Shorts a new bonus series for Seek Travel Ride, where listeners share 'one day of their trip'. It's a question I started asking guests of the podcast recently, and I thought it would be great to share stories from our listeners too. Jacob Ashton shares his story from a day cycling in Turkey near Mt Ararat. ***Get …
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Jenny Tough is a woman who hardly needs an introduction. A quick Google search will pull up a laundry list of accomplishments in the outdoors — from winning the Silk Road Mountain Race (twice!), to running across a mountain range on six continents, to publishing two books. While each of these accomplishments is exceptional in its own right, Jenny r…
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Meaghan Hackinen is your 2024 DOOM female winner and 3rd place overall. On day one she skipped a critical resupply point and found herself leading the field for a good part of the day. Dexter Kopas would eventually catch her and go on to take the win. Overall, it made for some exciting dot watching and resulted in an impressive finish for Meaghan. …
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In our latest episode of the 10 Adventures podcast, we're joined by Ash Joshi, author of the upcoming book "Journey to the East." Ash takes us on a captivating 1800km expedition across India, from the Arabian Sea to the Bay of Bengal, revealing a hidden side of the country rarely seen by travelers or locals. As we delve into Ash's motivations for t…
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Ever wanted to go cycle the TransAmerica Bike Trail? Well this episode features Kari Loya who did just that with his 75 year old dad. What makes this journey even more unique though was that Kari's dad Merv was suffering from Alzheimers. This made the trip far more poignant for Kari, as it was the final opportunity for them both to live out a goal …
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After a brief hiatus in March, Karey launches into April by sitting down with Type 2 FunBassadors with Aliza and Deann and talk about all things adventuring, food, and all of the things! Make sure to subscribe to the pod and check us out on Instagram for updates on Karey's adventures this summer and more! Exciting things down the pipeline! Support …
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Ida Sigusch and Tilman Jiménez Reichow met and fell in love in Umeå, Sweden. A long bicycle tour through Europe, initially on a recumbent tandem, strengthened their relationship (this is by no means a given). On the road, Ida and Tilman met many friendly and helpful people who helped them in their quest to reach lighthouses at extreme points of Con…
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Sliding in better late than never this week (DAMN POWER OUTAGE!!) with my fabulous new friend, Tarin O’Donnell of the Tarin It Up Podcast. Tarin and I met through a women’s podcasting group, and even before I listened to her podcast, I realized I had to have her on because she’s been living a life that a lot of us glamorize and feel a little bit en…
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An interview with the super experienced Allen Boardman. Allan is one of our top bikepacking YouTube influencers with over 60 films on his channel. In the interview he tells us how he got into bikepacking, about the kit he uses, how he chooses routes and makes films. Allen rides for fun and makes films for fun, I think you’ll like him! You can subsc…
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I’ve long used cycling as a tool in my mental health toolbox, and as I’ve gotten more public with my mental health struggles and started talking about it on social media, it turns out i’m not alone. My anecdotal experience is supported by a number of scientific studies that have come to a similar conclusion, namely that “Cycling for transportation …
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In this episode, host Craig Dalton interviews Dean Dahl, the founder of Good Ride Gravel, about his journey into gravel cycling and the upcoming gravel event he is organizing in Chilliwack, British Columbia. Dean shares his background in skateboarding and mountain biking and how he found a similar sense of adventure and exploration in gravel cyclin…
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This week we discuss this year's two amazing editions of Flanders. Desperate tactics, crit racers and surprise podium finishers. Plus, our Euro correspondent gets relegated. This podcast is also supported by the generous and amazing donors to the Wide Angle Podium Network. Find us, and other fantastic cycling podcasts on the Wide Angle Podium Netwo…
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We took the opportunity at BikeMN's summit on capitol hill to chat with activists from across the state about cycling in their communities. Episode Chapters 00:00 | Intro 00:46 | Alice Tibbetts, Duluth 15:46 | Ben Scheidel, Mankato 33:04 | The Parklet 34:23 | Glen Kajewski and Andy Miller, Thief River Falls 52:21 | Outro Attributions Our theme song…
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Glen Van Peski is well known in the United States as a leading member of the ultra-light hiking community and founder of https://www.gossamergear.com/ His new book extends the 'take less do more' philosophy, from backpacking to life as he and his wife Francie live it. We met in 2002 when Glen helped Liz and I on our PCT thru-hike, and it was great …
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In this episode of the 10 Adventures podcast, we chat with Jim Kane, host of PBS's The Food Principle, about the profound connection between food, travel, and sustainability. With 20 years of experience connecting travelers to local cultures worldwide, Jim shares insights into how food serves as a universal language, breaking down barriers and invi…
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You haven't made it as a podcast until you've had a lost episode. Amanda and Caroline Dezendorf took care of that this past August after a conversation went unrecorded. With Caroline competing in the Mid South double, Amanda reached out for a redo and the result is a fantastic conversation with so many great stories from Caroline. Who says there ar…
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The big project for 2024 is building the ultimate custom e-bike. On this episode we update where I'm at with the project... have I narrowed things down or am I hopelessly lost in the paradox of choice? e-Bike Build Update Overview of the e-bike build vs. buy decision. Experiences and research done in Portland, Oregon, highlighting e-bike focused sh…
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Mel Webb, who has taken on such challenges as the Atlas Mountain Race and the Alberta Rockies 700, can weave the zany and the serious tougher almost effortlessly. Take her snooze in an outhouse this past summer. It’s kind of gross and funny, but in this episode of the Canadian Cycling Magazine Podcast, it also leads her to discuss ideas of safety a…
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Let's dive into the Croatan Buck Fifty weekend! Episode Links: Croatan Buck Fifty - https://croatanbuckfifty.com/ Race Results - https://www.croatanresults.com/ Bruce Buckley Race Photos - https://www.brucebuckleyphotography.com/Sports/Cycling/Croatan-Buck-Fifty-2024 Shenandoah Graveler - bikereg.com/gravel PA Gravelfest - http://bikereg.com/pagrav…
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MidSouth Gravel is an iconic gravel event in Stillwater, Oklahoma that has become well known for their efforts towards inclusion and supporting every last rider with a raging DFL party. Today we get a chance to interview Beth McBride, 2024’s DFL (Dead Effing Last) Rider. This was extra special for All Bodies on Bikes, as Beth was a member of our 20…
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Show Notes Meg Knobel is the organizer (or as you’ll come to learn, “disorganizer”) of the wildly popular bikepacking event in Southern California, Stagecoach 400. From her first experiences tackling the route, to taking the reins from Brendan Collier in 2019, Meg was an absolute joy to chat with. She talks about hosting the first Grand Depart and …
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Summary Join us in this episode as women in the MYOG community share their journey, tackling stereotypes and biases head-on. From challenging assumptions to promoting inclusivity, they delve into the unique hurdles faced by women in the outdoor industry. Discover the importance of representation in design, overcoming fit challenges, and supporting …
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This week everything is rad. Mvdp at E3, rad. Pederson at Ghent, rad. Pog wherever he his, rad. GC Kuss? Plus, a bunch of emails about colors and a new piece of running kit. This podcast is also supported by the generous and amazing donors to the Wide Angle Podium Network. Find us, and other fantastic cycling podcasts on the Wide Angle Podium Netwo…
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I have been wanting to talk to Dean Anderson for some time now. Finally, we were able to connect and we had a great conversation. I have admired Dean's Ultra Endurance efforts for many years. From completing the Triple Crown of bike packing in the US on his single-speed bike to Everesting projects, Dean is always getting after it In this episode he…
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It’s bike review time! In a first for the Podcast, we provide a no-nonsense honest review of the Giant Revolt X Advanced Pro 2. Tristan has had a week riding this unique gravel rig, complete with a suspension fork, dropper post and wide ranging mullet AXS groupset to find out what this bike offers and who it might be for. And the results might surp…
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In the latest episode of the 10 Adventures Podcast, we have the pleasure of sitting down with Rick Ridgeway, renowned adventurer and author of the captivating autobiography "Life Lived Wild." Rick's journey through life is nothing short of remarkable, from his early encounters with the mountains to his groundbreaking expeditions and storied career …
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This episode features the story of Hanna and Jonas - two ecologists who recently spent almost two years cycling 20,000kms across 20 countries through Europe and Asia. They set off from Germany in April 2022 with the destination of Singapore. Their mission was simple - they wanted to observe biodiversity projects, to see how humans are tackling the …
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One of the hardest parts of turning a vision into reality is simply getting started. Professional photographer Christopher Briscoe has made a habit of starting – and completing – bold undertakings, such as multiple long-distance cycling trips in the United States. He embarked on his first cross-country bicycle journey with his friend Brian in 1976.…
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