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Best Elden Nelson podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Elden Nelson podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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The Marginal Gains Podcast, presented by Silca is the show that makes a big deal about the little things, and how those little things...can be a big deal. Josh Poertner of Silca, along with Hottie and Fatty, talks about all aspects of cycling — design, manufacturing, marketing, riding, racing, management and most likely every from a thoughtful perspective. It's a podcast for the thinking cyclist.
 
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.
 
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Cyclists are always on the prowl for marginal gains. We slam our stems, because we've seen pros do it, and they're fast. We eat mounds of spaghetti before races, because we've heard that fast cyclists carbo-load. In many ways, cyclists and cargo cults are remarkably similar. What's a cargo cult, though, and what does it have to do with granola? We'…
 
What happens when you combine one of the most historic mountain bike races with one of the hottest new gravel races? You get the LeadBoat Challenge! In this special edition episode of the Pinnacle Podcast, hosts Yuri Hauswald and Elden “Fatty” Nelson sit down with gravel-legend Alison Tetrick and SBT GRVL founder Mark Satkiewicz to talk about why a…
 
James Huang, Global Technical Editor of CyclingTips, is one of the most-trusted cycling journalists in the industry today — and for good reason. He brings a knowledge, experience, humor, and integrity to everything he covers. In this episode, Josh and James have a great, wide-ranging conversation — from their similar histories in getting into the c…
 
We've got a great batch of questions from you for Josh to contemplate this episode: Does the placebo effect apply to cycling clothes and shoes as well as to equipment? Since many rims are different widths in different places, where should we measure when applying the rule of 105? How much — if any — does a patched tube affect a bike's CRR? Are thir…
 
You know you've had this suspicion: the core of the cycling industry—much of what it's really selling you—is not tech, speed, or fitness. Nope, the truth is that one of the most powerful marginal gains you'll ever get is thanks to the placebo effect. Josh, Fatty, and Hottie talk about what it is and how potent a force it is in cycling.…
 
In this Ask-Josh-Anything episode of Marginal Gains, we ask you to imagine Josh as your boy scout leader, and whether that would be the most awesome — or terrifying — thing in the world. (The jury's out on that question by the way). Then we settle in and talk about how Silca's new online Pressure Calculator works, why aero tires are no longer a thi…
 
This is it, the final episode of Season 2. We're closing out the show for the year with Alison Tetrick, 3X World Gravel Champ, DK200 Record Holder, and signed up for the 2020 Leadboat Challenge...in spite of the fact that she doesn't (yet!) own a mountain bike. Hottie and Fatty also talk a little about Season 3 of the Leadville Podcast, so be sure …
 
We always planned on our Hour Record trilogy being three episodes long. But then Josh got to talking with Robert Chung — one of Josh's intellectual heroes — and we just had to share it. If you think most episodes of the Marginal Gains Podcast are too lightweight and you've been jonesing for a show where Josh has an intellectual equal to talk with (…
 
We're back with more proof that we're willing to ask Josh practically anything bike-related...and that he's willing to take practically any question seriously. In Ask Josh Anything #008, we talk about what gas you should fill your tires with, the challenge of planning for endurance ride air pressure loss, marginal gains and Kipchoge's sub-2-hr mara…
 
We catch up with Canyon pro racer Jeremiah Bishop, holder of one of the five fastest times ever recorded in the Leadville 100. One of the highlights of the season in this show was getting Jeremiah’s insights, both in our regular show and in the live show we did in Leadville this year. We are unashamed to say we were totally rooting for Jeremiah to …
 
Chris Smith raced Leadville for the first time this year. It was a celebration of strength, willpower, and independence...because he raced it after losing seventy pounds, and ten years after being declared legally blind. Riding for the Challenged Athletes Foundation, Chris has a remarkable story to tell. We guarantee you'll be inspired by his 2019 …
 
In this final (?) part of our Hour Record trilogy, we talk about the rules of the modern Hour Record, how marginal gains start really coming into play, the theoretical upper limit for the hour record and how close we are to it, and the future for the hour record. We give extra focus to Bradley Wiggins' hour record, in part because it comes as close…
 
We're back with a new set of questions for Josh, digging deep into the topics supernerd cyclists care deeply about. We talk about the products that intrigued Josh most at Eurobike, find out what size (diameter and width) he'd make road wheels be if he could start from scratch, speculate on whether the very aero-looking Ceepo Shadow-R is actually ae…
 
This podcast spends a ton of time talking about the Leadville 100 Mountain bike race, but have you ever considered the RUNNING version of the Leadville 100? In this episode, Fatty and Hottie talk with Lisa, a 15X finisher of the LT100MTB, about her first attempt at doing the LT100 run. It's an inspiring and personal story, but you'll have to decide…
 
In part 2 of our Hour Record series, Josh, Hottie and Fatty talk about why you can go faster at altitude, even with less oxygen in your lungs...up to a point. We chat about the magnificently weird (but mostly magnificent) Merckx hour record, and how much further he might have gone if he knew then what we know now. Finally, we discuss the cyclists (…
 
Roxanne Vogel, the Nutrition & Performance Research Manager at GU Energy Labs, had a crazy dream: go from her home in California to the summit of Mt Everest and then back home to California — in just two weeks. Yuri and Fatty talk with Roxy about how she trained for and executed this incredible "lightning ascent" of Everest. It's an amazing story y…
 
Fatty raced it. Hottie crewed it — and recorded it! This is the Leadville co-hosts' story of the day, from the starting line (yes we recorded while standing in the red corral) to the finish line (yes we recorded while sitting on the lawn at 6th and Harrison) and beyond. Enjoy our story...and then tell us yours. THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS Presenting Spo…
 
The ongoing "Ask Josh Anything" series is back from Summer vacation and we've got a fun — and surprisingly informative — set of questions for Josh, including: What marginal gains are made by following the TTT instructions in a pre-TdF video by Team EF? When you've got a tailwind, is it better to still make yourself as small as possible, or should y…
 
It's our first-ever live episode, recorded in Leadville, CO, just a couple of days before the 2019 Leadville 100, with a wide ranging questions from our audience for our incredible panel: Floyd Landis, Dave Zabriskie, and Jeremiah Bishop. We talk about our experts' top advice for racers, bike setup, pro race predictions, writing your split projecti…
 
It’s less than a week ‘til the race, Fatty just got into Leadville, and he wanted to just give you a quick final pre-race episode to let you know about how the course looks today, tell you about the events Hottie and Fatty are either leading or joining here in Leadville this week (including some interesting stuff we haven't talked about before), an…
 
We try to fit everything into our regular episodes, but the interview in this episode was so good, so informative, and — to be honest — so long that it has to stand on its own. (Actually it's not that long … just a bit much to squeeze into our normal shows with all the other stuff we have going on.) Nate Whitman is a name rarely mentioned when disc…
 
The Hour Record is unlike any other race in cycling. Almost unimaginably difficult to do, but elegantly simple in concept: Ride your bike, as hard as you can, for an hour. When you look underneath this simplicity, however, the subtlety, beauty, cruelty, and sophistication of this race become totally gripping. And then you find out there's way, WAY …
 
If you’ve got a crew — and most racers do — you really want to make sure you’re all on the same page. S1E8 & S1E9 of this podcast were all about creating and executing your crew plan. This year, though, Hottie's crewing for Fatty, and so we're having a little meeting on this show — like the one every racer and crew should have. We’ve put together a…
 
Sometime during the Leadville 100, you're going to suffer. You're going to wonder why you made this ridiculous decision to go do this obscenely difficult race. You could have stayed home. You could have been relaxing. Instead, you're doing this STUPID RACE. Yeah, this is the episode about confronting the inevitable demons. But we've also got great …
 
There's no arguing that your Leadville 100 success depends on hard work, skill, nutrition, and preparation. But this episode, we talk with the genius engineer / CEO of Silca — Josh Poertner — about getting free speed on the course. This is a great interview with lots of practical advice from the guy World Tour Pro teams go to when they want to get …
 
With two of the three of the Marginal Gains hosts also doing a weekly podcast on the Leadville 100 MTB race, you knew it was just a matter of time 'til we dragged the topic of Leadville into this show. And that time...is now. The fact is, the idea of marginal gains goes hand in hand with endurance races like the Leadville 100. It’s over long days i…
 
It's been an intense weekend for the Fatty Family. Fatty crewed for his wife while she raced the Silver Rush 50 run, they both raced the Silver Rush 50 MTB the next day. Fatty and Hottie talk about key learnings from crewing, along with impressions and thoughts from the race -- and that’s in addition to high-altitude nutrition tips from Roxanne Vog…
 
Josh is in Europe, involved with some race or something. Whatever. Which means that Hottie andFat Fatty get to pick the topic for the episode. And that means fewer big words and more talk about a topic Hottie and Fatty have wanted to dig into since episode 1 of Marginal Gains: the process of creating and refining products at Silca. Joining them is …
 
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(((We're happy to announce we have a place, date and time for the "Leadville Live" Q&A episode of this show. Go to bit.ly/leadvillelive to get your free ticket!))) In this episode, Hottie and Fatty dig into whether and when to wear hydration packs in a race (and which does best in which parts of the course), as well as analyze the relative merits o…
 
Fatty's in Leadville to support his wife as she races the Leadville Trail Marathon. While there, he recon'd the newly-graded Powerline, giving real-time analysis (i.e., he strapped a mic to his chest and talked while riding up the climb) of what this course change means to racers, both on the way up and down. Is an impossible climb now easy? What a…
 
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