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Welcome to the MTB TRIBE Podcast, aimed at you- the mountain biker. If you are a beginner or advanced rider, male or female, racer, cruiser or just like the lifestyle, then the MTB TRIBE Podcast is for you. Our aim is to talk to the best people in the industry and to delve into their minds in order to provide you with a unique take on the world of mountain biking. We’ll be bringing you fresh insights into the industry by examining the sport literally from the ground up- from the trails and t ...
 
The cycling podcast for people who like cycling and/or have a sense of humour. Less race-obsessed testosterone and more social, kit, fun, news and irreverent chat. If you prefer a latte to pralmorelin dihydrochloride, you're in the right place! Featuring regular articles, interviews, and links to the best cycling content on social media. With hosts: triathlete @rayahubbell and comedian @stephencgrant. Sponsored by dhb
 
The mountain bike & action sports podcast. The HKT Podcast is brought to you by UK based distribution company HKT Products Ltd. We chat to the worlds biggest athletes, brand owners and personalities from a variety of different disciplines including mountain biking, BMX, motocross & more. In short, we chat to rad people and have fun whilst doing it! Don't forget to follow us on our social media, subscribe and share your favourite episodes. Enjoy.Share.Ride #listentothehktpodcast
 
MTB Talk SA is a weekly mountain bike podcast hosted by Brad Brown aimed at the South African mountain biking community. We chat to the who's who of the South African MTB scene, preview races, catch up with experts and give advice from riding your first small race up to the Cape Epic.
 
Dan Kaufman hosts this Internet televison show by, about, and for cyclists. CrankMyChain! will document psycho bicycle niches, create bike music videos, review parts and accessories, and discuss cycle advocacy. We strive to host an interactive show where others will contribute or respond with their own videos. So go ahead, CrankMyChain!
 
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.
 
In this show, Andrew sets out to pick apart the minds and strategies that Top Athletes and Industry leaders use to reach the pinnacle of their Sport. Including their early beginnings, bouncing back from adversity, and candid untold stories from life on the road. As a professional international downhill mountain biker, and now commentator, Andrew “ Needles “ Neethling brings 18 years of experience in all aspects of the Cycling Industry.
 
Jay French, photographer for Freeride New Zealand, is joined by retired WC rider, and self-proclaimed MTB journalist, Kieran Bennett for an inside look into the UCI DH World Cup, inside the industry, and the world of MTB as a whole. This is a podcast featuring opinions, inaccurate facts, interviews and everything you'd expect from a couple of dudes talking about bikes.
 
This is the podcast that is trying to make sense of Bulgaria -- covering business, politics, and leisure topics. Some bitcoin chat too. I know nothing much, so I'm on a mission to find out more. I'm Lance Nelson, and I would like you join me, my co-hosts and guests on my exploration of all things related, in some distant way, to Bulgaria. Independent show powered by banskoblog.com, sofiaglobe.com and foreignersandfriends.com. Part of the Bulgarian Independent Media Alliance. Your Bitcoin don ...
 
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This week Hannah is really grumpy, but so is Amanda. Chipps is never grumpy though. Will his eternal chirpiness help or hinder the situation? Worth listening right past the final... The post FGF 517 Podcast | The episode where Amanda and Chipps try and cheer up grumpy Hannah appeared first on Singletrack Magazine.…
 
I am so stoked to have Olly Wilkins in the podcast. I crisply remember seeing him in a dirt magazine for the first time, front end dumped down, nosing it deep into the next set of dirt jumps. Since then and the explosion of social media, he is still in my eyes, the spirit of MTB. Stoked to be riding all the time, frothing on new tech, and is at the…
 
A few weeks ago, one of those tele guys managed to purchase an absolute bargain on facebook market place. A set of Line Profits mounted with our beloved 22 designs AXL. They were purchased from none other than professional mountain biker and telemark skier, Andrew Blair. Andrew has represented Australia all over the world in XC races and has won tw…
 
On episode #158 it was my pleasure to join Andy on his live Facebook show, Shred In The Shed. I have known Andy for almost a couple of years and had him on the podcast back on episode #83 (listen here). So when Andy invited me up to be a guest on his popular show called Shred In The Shed, I couldn’t resist. I knew it would be a blast, a good laugh …
 
Minnaar is currently the most prolific winner among male professional downhill mountain bike racers, with 21 world cup career victories. Known as the Goat , Greg has had an incredible career and is still mixing it up with the young guns all while nearing the age of 40. How does he do it ? How does he always seem to perform under pressure ? We dig i…
 
Today I’m joined by Dustin Adams from We Are One Composites for a catch-up. We Are One are growing fast, and even a global pandemic hasn’t slowed them down. I chat with Dustin about how they’ve approached the growth and the challenges that come with it. We also chat about their project to build a carbon fibre bike in Kamloops, Canada and find out t…
 
In this Tech Talk episode, Vital MTB's Brandon Turman calls up Giant Bicycles Category Manager, JC Schellenbach, and retired Professional mountain bike rider, Adam Craig, to discuss one of Giant's most exciting new bikes – the just-introduced Trance X Advanced Pro 29. Featuring 135mm rear travel, 150mm up front, progressive geometry, and a clever f…
 
This week we speak with PNW Components Co-Founder, Aaron Kerson. We dive into the growing influence of MTB technology and philosophy within the gravel market and the benefits. Wider handlebars and dropper posts are making their way onto more and more gravel bikes. What do you think? This episode is sponsored by Athletic Greens. Click through for a …
 
The tables are turned in this episode as I get interviewed for the Trust The Grind Podcast! Please subscribe and leave a review To learn more about MTB Fitness : Website : http://mtb.fitness/ Facebook : http://facebook.com/mtbfitnessuk Facebook Group : http://facebook.com/groups/mtbfitnessuk Instagram : http://instagram.com/mtbfitnessuk Daily email…
 
How your body type and muscle fiber composition relates to your cycling training, improving your power and speed on descents, how to train for repeatability in races and more in Episode 277 of The Ask a Cycling Coach Podcast. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- TOPICS COVE…
 
The ebike special! On this episode of the podcast Olly and Davi catch up on Olly's recent trip to the Focus Bikes HQ in Germany, Freeride Madeira and Glasgow for the Designed for DOWN video. They also discuss kangaroo knockouts, ebikes, airport pranks and special guest Stu Thomson joins the podcast to give some behind the scenes insights into the S…
 
This week we try and wrap our heads around one of the most legit? and amazing time trials in history? We do a deep dive into Tim's need for a baddie and figure out where to put a giant corporate flag. This podcast is supported by the generous and amazing donors to the Wide Angle Podium Network. We have an exciting new sponsor this week! Please chec…
 
Our first guest this season was Michelle Duffy, Associate Marketing Director at Life Time, talking about the LT100 2020 registration challenges. Little did she (or we!) know that by the time we talked again, that would be the smallest challenge the team (and she personally) would have dealt with. We're happy to have the 2020 season behind us, to be…
 
Contribute to Maxwell Trevor Cycling Academy by any of the following methods and fill up the google form https://forms.gle/odCfyxN1eQhwicLT8 1. Transfer with the upi id trevor.maxwell@oksbi 2. Google Pay to 93993 95066 (Dr. Maxwell Trevor). 3. By NEFT to the S B Account number 52020549518 of Dr. Maxwell Trevor with State Bank of India, Lallaguda Br…
 
This is one of our favourite episodes of the season. George Turner is an avid telemark skier from Adelaide that has been in touch throughout the season. At some point, he highlighted techniques to get kids into tele, drawing from his own experience when teaching the turn to his two boys, Lenny and Albert. George sent us some photos of his kids abso…
 
Retired pro cyclist Ben Jacques-Maynes joins the podcast to discuss what he learned about motivation, nutrition, training, injuries, how to maximize success and more in Episode 276 of The Ask a Cycling Coach Podcast. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- TOPICS COVERED IN TH…
 
On today’s episode #157 we are chatting with David and Neil from Sonder Bikes about building a bike brand that is very much aimed at the UK trails and the UK rider. Their bikes are well priced, built in the UK and look awesome. We chat about all things Sonder, including their distribution chain, their environmental responsibility and sustainability…
 
Just like this years Tour de France, this week on the pod things got spicy from gun! Tim took us on a ride through Capitalism Corner, but Little Guy and Spencer weren’t buying much! We also tried to figure out what’s wrong with Sagan’s Elbow, and if MvdP would inevitably take the road crown back from WVA. This podcast is supported by the generous a…
 
Mountain bike legend Tinker Juarez talks about his career, and offers tips for getting fit, staying strong, and winning races. The post Tinker Juarez Shares his Secret for Beating Mountain Bikers Half his Age [Podcast] appeared first on Singletracks Mountain Bike News.By Singletracks.com
 
Today I’m joined by Pivot Factory rider, Matt Walker. Matt had an awesome 2019 season taking 8th overall in the Enduro World Series and scoring an impressive 11th place at downhill World Champs in Mont-Sainte-Anne. As you’ll find out, Matt has a great approach to riding and racing, and it seems to have worked well for him. He was one of the origina…
 
In this episode of the BikeJames Podcast I tell you why trying to use your ankles to absorb shock on your bike is a bad idea and actually makes it harder for your lower body to absorb shock properly. The notes for it also turned into an article, which you can read below if that works better for you... One of my biggest surprises with bringing the C…
 
It’s another three way chat this week. Mark and Hannah are joined by regular contributor Fahzure (AKA Kevin) to talk about his 2 month long experience of riding in the... The post FGF Podcast 515 | Riding in the UK vs US & Rude YouTube comments appeared first on Singletrack Magazine.By Singletrack Magazine
 
What a strange season we have had Downunder. Only one out of three show hosts have managed to get some turns in, but despite this, we have managed to make a podcast that people are actually downloading. We have received emails from such people to ask questions, make suggestions and share stories, so in this episode, we do our best to answer them. W…
 
Connor Fearon, what else do I need to say? He is one of the most humble and down to earth humans in mountain biking. Known all around the world as one of the best at cornering, the most stylish on the bike, and yet if you were to see him on the trail he acts like an everyday bloke. That is probably the reason he has been the most requested guest fo…
 
How to turn pro, the optimal macronutrient composition for cyclists, preventing dehydration on cold rides and more in Episode 275 of The Ask a Cycling Coach Podcast. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- TOPICS COVERED IN THIS EPISODE: Training to be better at riding out of …
 
On episode #156 we are chatting with Harriet Burbidge-Smith or commonly known by her friends as Haz or Haz Nation. Like so many of us Haz was brought up racing BMX and has been super successful doing so with 2x World Championships and 8x Australian Championships under her belt. However, after a trip to Whistler a few years ago she got bitten by the…
 
Welcome mountain bikers! Thanks for tuning in to Vital MTB’s The Inside Line. I’ve been missing the face-to-face interviews that have become less frequent due to the Covid restrictions. It’s hard to believe that almost two years ago, we ran this two-part interview with mountain bike legend, Kirt Voreis and Cam McCaul as co-host. I wanted to run it …
 
Kimo Seymour — President of events and media at Life Time, not only has his thousand-mile buckle, he’s finished the Leadville 100 UNDER eight hours every time he’s raced. In other words, we could learn a thing or two about this race from this guy. But we didn't bring Kimo on to talk about the course or race day tactics (at least not this time). It’…
 
Week 1 of Le Tour is over, and it's time to get down to brass tacks: Who is the most annoying rider in the pro peloton? We've got our answers, but what's yours? Also, we'll get into listener emails, and experience a new segment from Little Guy, called "Week One What?!?". Can't wait to see what week two of Week One What?!? will hold! This podcast is…
 
This week we tackle the $1200 and $2200 price point gravel bikes via the Cannondale Topstone Sora and Landyachtz AB1. We dive into what can and should be upgraded versus what is better left alone. We then jump into the idea of gravel cycling scratching a particular itch and what to do when that is not possible. Support the podcast GRP Facebook Foru…
 
Jurgen Beneke is a legend in the Sport of Downhill and MTB. He was a pioneer of the sport and won the first official Downhill World Cup Series in Dh in 1993. We talk about origins of the sport, sneaking alcohol into Norway to pay for racing and just so much more. He feels he is also one of the luckiest riders alive escaping many crashes along the w…
 
Want to go behind the scenes of the development of the new Trek Slash? Then this is the episode for you. I’m joined by Trek’s Director of MTB Product Development, John Riley, and Senior Engineer, Dylan Howes to find out just what it takes to develop a bike like the new Trek Slash. We chat about how a project like this gets started, Trek’s approach …
 
In this weeks episode, we hade a very special guest to join Those Tele Guys. Stephen Curtain is a cinematographer, director, outdoor educator and an environmental science communicator. He has travelled to many wild places with a camera in his hands to capture the beauty and share the stories found within environments that are less known to the gene…
 
In this episode of the BikeJames Podcast I answer some rider questions that I’ve gotten over the last few weeks. They include: Q: Is it alright to turn your feet out on the pedals? Q: What are your new strength standards for MTB? Q: How can I use intervals to train myself to keep pushing past the top of a climb? You can download or stream this epis…
 
We’ve been away for a couple of weeks while many of the Singletrack podcast team were on holiday. But we are back now and we’ve recorded a bit of a... The post Singletrack Podcast 514 | The why won’t the rear mech just die episode appeared first on Singletrack Magazine.By Singletrack Magazine
 
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