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Best Live Slow Ride Fast podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Live Slow Ride Fast podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Welcome to King of the Ride host hosted by Ted King. A professional road racer turned gravel, I've taken the top step at Dirty Kanza twice and often visit the podium, but more than anything it's the gravel community that makes me happy. Slinging maple syrup, leading rides, hosting camps, and just enjoying life on two wheels, I now have the chance to chat with athletes, entrepreneurs, and all walks-of-life who love the bicycle. Hop on board and please enjoy the ride!
 
We’re going deeper than ever before and exploring what it means to be an athlete. Our guests range from pro cyclist Laurens ten Dam, who speaks about his struggles in the pro peloton and the time when his career almost ended, to Mirna Valerio, author of the blog “Fat Girl Running” who is trying to change people’s perceptions about what it means to be fit. We’ll speak with Ricky Gates about what he found when he was running every single street in San Francisco – all 1,300 miles of them. And w ...
 
The MoveonPAST podcast is for those feeling overworked, overwhelmed, and worried. The show is hosted by Stephanie Smith, Doctor of Education, Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor and Licensed Specialist in School Psychology. Dr. Smith will share a collection of researched-based tips and unfiltered conversations about life issues. It's purpose is to enlighten our viewpoints on mental health and wellness. The podcast featured on this site are not meant to replace counseling services. If ...
 
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Welcome to gravel! Angela Naeth's story is one of tenacity and fulfillment. With high highs and difficult lows, she shares her fascinating trajectory through the sport of triathlon which coincidentally has her lining up for the SugarCane 200 in January 2020. With health now on her side, Angela is at a point where she's writing the script to her sto…
 
In this episode Dr. Stephanie Smith shares her blog on "Mental Mantras" and provides a few strategies in coping with stress and anxiety. She provides guidance on avoiding the contagious emotion of anxiety. Tips on practicing mental hygiene and monitoring our thoughts to ensure a positive mindset is shared.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: …
 
On a pleasant Friday afternoon in early May, Geoff and Ted cracked into bottles of Chimay beer, raised a glass, and sipped and chatted... from across a computer screen and across the country. At his US home in Truckee, CA, Geoff Kabush tells tales that are quite frankly of legend -- and that legend spans more than two decades of professional cyclin…
 
In episode 22, we continue the conversation of episode 20. This episode features Mickey Smith. We discuss the different types of fasts and their benefits. *Please note this information is meant to benefit your health. If you have a history of an eating disorder, please consult your primary care physician.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: T…
 
Holy moly, where does time go? Welcome to episode number 60 of King of the Ride podcast. And welcome a very special guest, professional mountain biker, 2x Olympian, Lea Davison! Lea is a Vermont native from Jericho, the very next town over from where Ted lives now. She's a perpetual body in motion, having ran in college, skied division 1 in college…
 
In the latest round of covid 19-Questions, Ted and Toms are sitting in Vermont and Girona, respectively, catching up on what it's like from the perspective of a World Tour rider operating through coronavirus. Toms Skujins is known for his affinity for potatoes, for winning heroic stages of Tour of California, and for proudly wearing the KOM jersey …
 
Rebecca Rusch's accolades put her in a league of her own. This seven time world champion is back from a harrowing Iditarod Trail Invitational with stories to tell! This is a self-supported 350 mile race across the Alaskan wilderness in the heart of winter. This is the second of the covid... 19-Questions series and this one especially is greatly enh…
 
Contemporary times call for a little restructuring, so amid coronavirus the King of the Ride podcast is introducing a new series featuring 19 hard hitting questions aptly titled The covid... 19-QUESTIONS! Will we get to all the questions? Only time (and listening) will tell. Tim is back with his second appearance on King of the Ride, with 50 episod…
 
Veteran pro, Laurens Ted Dam raced professionally from 2003 through 2019 for the likes of Rabobank, Lotto Jumbo, Sunweb, and CCC. But unlike many of his European professional cyclist counterparts, he's so full of energy, he wears his two young boys out! Now retired from the World Tour, Laurens and Ted catch up on all things that are part of the LTD…
 
My better half, Laura King, is someone I mention often on this show. So it's probably no surprise that I've received a lot of suggestions that we should have her on the show! Welcome, ladies and gentlemen, Laura King to the King of the Ride podcast. This episode covers Laura's background, where she found her athletic drive and general tenacity that…
 
Meet Ashton. A two-time world record holder, once up a time the speediest man across Kansas, a Nebraskan by birth and world traveler by past time, Ashton Lambie carries the title bestowed upon him as The Most Interesting Cyclist in America quite well. Ted and Ashton once upon a time raced their first Dirty Kanzas against each other and this podcast…
 
In his prime, Rahsaan Bahati was one of the fastest cyclist in America. Rahsaan’s entry into cycling is far from typical having grown up in Compton, California. Successful from very early on, this conversation covers his early days through the present, a time period where he celebrates the number ten quite well: the ten-time national champion with …
 
If Ted could just get slightly more curly hair, when he throws on some ROKA aviators he and Jesse could be twins. Jesse is a Stanford graduate turned Red Bull sponsored professional Ironman triathlete turned owner/operator of Picky Bars. His story of getting to the big leagues involves a broken neck among other crazy anecdotes. And yes, Jesse took …
 
Kimo Seymour is the President of Events and Media at Life Time. Perhaps it's because of his soft spoken and easy demeanor, Kimo seems to operate in the "speak softly and carry a big stick" school of leadership. As you have likely noticed in the cycling world and especially the gravel scene, Life Time is becoming a household name and Kimo is at the …
 
Sara Bushey-Reyes is a counselor and the owner of Peaceful Living Counseling and Wellness in Marble Falls and Burnet. She discusses her counseling practices, and shares some statistics on mental health issues within the LGBT community.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app…
 
When João writes a memoir, I'll be the first in line to buy it. Sit down and enjoy this conversation with João and Ted as he unwinds a story from being an illegal immigrant to elite cyclist to the international publishing world back to the World Tour and to a handful of booming entrepreneurial endeavors in between. João's memory is a lobster trap -…
 
What's a professional soigneur do? Do they rub legs and make small sandwiches? Do they spend thousands of hours driving across continents? Do they stand on the side of the road in France in July and get into arguments with police officers? Yes, they do this and so so much more! Welcome to the first King of the Ride episode with three guests simulta…
 
This was a long time coming! Payson and Ted are not long lost brothers, but they share a boatload of traits in common. Originally a Texas boy, Payson and Ted met up at the behind the scenes Big Sugar in their shakeout event before the inaugural ride in 2020. Now residing in mountain bike mecca, Durango, Colorado, Payson is a professional cross coun…
 
This track features Julie Biggs. She discusses Therapeutic Riding and the benefits associated with it. You can reach out and contact Julie or a PATH Instructor in your area for a session through the PATH International membership website at https://www.pathintl.org/path-intl-membership--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to mak…
 
Over 52,000 people ran the 2019 New York City Marathon. Some were fast, some were less fast, but they all ran the same course, and the same distance, and according to our panel of experts, they were mostly all still nervous, and hoping that they didn’t have a problem with a bowel movement. This episode features the best tips and tricks from a pre-r…
 
This podcast shares the blog "Expectations vs. Goal Mindset." If you struggle with feeling disappointed in situations due to higher expectations or tend to have control issues or struggle with perfectionism, you might find this thought-provoking. The intent of this information is not to replace the need for any mental health services, it is meant f…
 
Edward Hult is a cycling enthusiast. He’s also a big reason that EF Education First came on board to the UCI World Tour and beyond. As the CEO of EF North America, Edward and his brother made the decision to not just sponsor the team, but purchase the team outright. This conversation talks about the politics and geopolitics of sports, how and why c…
 
This is a bonus sound session featuring a F# singing bowl, wave drum, and Gong played by Gordon Ivan Townsend. The length of the session is about 10 minutes. It is recommended to use earphones and listen when you are in a place of comfort. Do not listen while operating a motor vehicle.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to ma…
 
Kate Courtney backs up her first podcast on King of the Ride with yet another stunner! On the underslept and overserved day after Grinduro, Kate found some time to catch up with Ted to talk shop. And while the first show was riveting, this one goes much deeper into her motivation, her drive, her team, her goals, her entire psyche and what makes her…
 
On the recent heels of winning her seventh World Cup cyclocross victory (we think) in Madison, WI, Katerina Nash zipped out to Grinduro for a fun weekend playing around on the gravel whip. Kat is also one of very few people to win both World Cup cyclocross and World Cup mountain bike races, she dabbles in enduro mountain bike races, she consistentl…
 
Mike Woods' is a bike racer, but Mike Woods is a storyteller! You probably know the traditional stuff -- he ran, he ran fast, he got tired of running, and became a Tour de France cyclists -- but there's so much more to learn about Mike. On the eve of his hometown World Tour races, Grand Prix Quebec City and Montreal, Ted and Mike sit down for a cha…
 
Before Brian Williams and his son Tom set off to run the Comrades Marathon – an 86.8 kilometer race in South Africa, Brian’s mind was already at the finish. He said, “If we succeed, it'll just be to be the fulfillment of a dream. It'll put to rest many of the ghosts of my past. It's hard to put into words what it means, but it means a lot.” For his…
 
Brent Bookwalter stands strong as America's longest running World Tour professional cyclist. Not just along for the ride, Brent has won UCI races, was second to Bradley Wiggins in the opening stage of the Giro, and even helped Cadel Evans win the 2011 Tour de France. Longtime friends, Brent and Ted have had careers run in tandem to each other. Team…
 
Most athletes don’t have to fight for the right to compete in the sport they love. The vast majority of us can just sign up and race. For Rachel McKinnon, it’s not that simple. She’s a transgender athlete, one of the first to win a world championship. And while she has competed in sports her whole life, now she faces harassment just for pinning on …
 
On the eve of The Rift gravel race in Iceland, Colin Strickland and Ted sit down to a frosty beer and lively conversation. Covering the obvious topics like how Colin got into cycling, the convo veers to topics like his environmental studies major, on-air taste testing Icelandic fish jerky, and what it's like managing the first professional gravel c…
 
A stalwart member of the professional women's peloton, Tiffany Cromwell brings fun loving wit to the pro ranks as well as to this episode of King of the Ride. Tiffany and Ted catch up on the eve of this summer's SBTGRVL which is also on the early side of the Colorado Classic UCI women's stage race. This conversation ranges from her entry to the spo…
 
“I only won two races in my career and I had a 16-year career, so that would be a shit career if it was about winning for me.” Many cycling fans might be surprised to hear that from Larens ten Dam. In his long career, he finished 9th the Tour de France and stood on more than his fair share of podiums. But he also carried bottles, worked more in sup…
 
Susie Chan didn’t start running until she was almost 40 years old, but she didn’t waste any time. She went all in, racing ultras like the Marathon Des Sables – a multi-day epic through the Sahara Desert. Surviving cancer only motivated her to push harder. But when an injury threatened the possibility that Susie may never be able to run again, she w…
 
There isn't much to be said about Rebecca Rusch that hasn't been mentioned before. 4x Leadville champion, 4x Dirty Kanza 200 winner, 3x 24 hour mountain bike world champion, recent winner of the Alaskan Iditarod Trail Invitational, and an inductee into the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame, Rebecca Rusch is a champion. Rebecca is also an advocate for yout…
 
Leah Thorvilson's jump to the World Tour was "like learning to walk at the age of 38". Leah segued a world class running career to professional cycling in one of the more unconventional ways -- she beat out 1200 other women on Zwift Academy to earn her spot on the mighty Canyon-SRAM team. Leah's energy is real. Her drive, her ever smiling demeanor,…
 
Matt Accarrino somehow finds time in the day to not just train, but trains hard enough to be fast on a bike, amid a professional career as a Michelin starred chef at SPQR in San Francisco. Earning one star is hard; earning eight is exceptional. Ted and Matt caught up at Mill District this spring in Healdsburg (www.milldistricthealdsburg.com) to cha…
 
After finishing a 3,000 mile run across the US, Rickey Gates had a strange feeling that he’d missed something. His route showed him a super thin slice of the country and left him with more questions than answers. He had ended in San Francisco, so for his next adventure he decided to run every single street in the city. “I thought it would be intere…
 
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