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A podcast about bicycling, cycling culture, bikepacking, gravel riding, bike touring and the bike industry.
 
Celebrating the people, stories and events in the world of bicycling.
 
This program will feature interviews and discussions with leaders in the silent sports movement which will include participants and manufacturers.
 
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We interview Ron Lewis of OMTM.CC, a Portland based group mapping out awesome gravel routes in the Oregon and Washington area. We talk about what makes a good gravel ride and the growth of gravel riding. We taste High West Rendezvous Rye, a gift bourbon from Larry from Park City, UT! Show Sponsor: http://www.FilmedbyBike.org PATREON: http://www ...…
 
Our friends Martina and Jason from Swift Industries were visiting Missoula and we had to get them on the show! We taste Oban 14, talk about trailrunning, how different activities affect their design and the WTF Bike Explorer Summit. Help support original bikey content! PATREON: http://www.patreon.com/pathlesspedaled PayPal: http://www.paypal.me ...…
 
There have been a lot of gravel "innovations" from app controled suspension, short travel suspention forks, but are they necessary? We also talk about what sorts of classes we'd like to see bike shops offer and the emerging trend of smaller "big" rings and wide-range doubles. Support shenanigans: http://www.paypal.me/pathlesspedaled Supple Shir ...…
 
Trans Iowa is considered the grandfather of the modern gravel event in the US. We interview Mark Stevenson / Guitar Ted, one of the founders of TI, and talk about the early days of Trans Iowa and how it has influenced other events. We also ponder if we have reached Peak Gravel and other future trends. T This episode is proudly supported by Film ...…
 
We taste Burnside Bourbon Oregon Oaked. We have a special guest that rode from Spokane, WA to Missoula, MT to be on the show! We talk about what to keep in your survival kit and the ups and downs of being a bicycling parent. SUPPORT: http://www.paypal.me/pathlesspedaled
 
Gravel cycling is growing and gravel events are creating positive benefits to small rural areas. We interview Rebecca Rusch about why she started a gravel event, how it was initially received by the community and the many positive impacts it has brought to her home town of Ketchum, ID. Speaking of community, this episode is proudly supported by ...…
 
We lament the closing of one our favorite bike shops of all time, Velocult and what it means for other bike shops. We also wax philosophical about Phil Gaimon's Rules and #thesupplelife. This episode was made possible by FilmedByBike.org, a turnkey way to bring bike fun to your local community with bike films! Support shenanigans: http://www.pa ...…
 
Daniel Molloy from Tumbleweed Bicycles is in town to show El Silencio. He brought over a nice rye from the Bay Area and we geek out about why he started Tumbleweed, what he learned from working at Rivendell and the ups and downs of being a one man business. Support shenanigans: http://www.paypal.me/pathlesspedaled What we drank: Old Potrero…
 
Our most pointed #bikesxbourbon episode yet where we address the idea of "real" vs "fake" cyclists and also lay out the groundwork for the supple life manifesto. We also taste Stagg Jr, a surprisignly smooth and balanced bourbon for 125 proof! Support shenanigans: http://www.paypal.me/pathlesspedaled What we drank: Stagg Jr.…
 
We taste a bourbon that was aged at sea! On a boat! We also talk about a recent post from Alter Cycles about bike shops as a third space and how that means much more than just serving beer or coffee. Support shenanigans: http://www.paypal.me/pathlesspedaled What we drank: Jefferson's Ocean (Aged at Sea!)…
 
"Life by Bike" Thomas Porter taught himself basic bicycle mechanics by scavenging bikes out of the metal pile at the local transfer station, taking them apart and reassembling them (sometimes with new paint or as singlespeeds) for himself and his friends. Coupling that passion with his metalworking experience gathered at art school and working ...…
 
Phil Harwood is a bicycle painter at Alchemy Bicycles in Denver, Colorado. We talked to Phil about how his experiences as a bike messenger in Boston and as a painter's assistant and mechanic in the Independent Fabrications shop in NH have prepared him for the current challenge of painting high-end titanium and carbon frames with Alchemy Bicycle ...…
 
Modern Components With A Classic Aesthetic. A beautiful thing happens when avid cyclists draw from their experiences to create bicycle frames, components and accessories and Igor and Adrian of Velo Orange have not only done that, but they've knocked it out of the park. Velo Orange began in 2006 as a U.S. based importer of new old stock componen ...…
 
If you like getting lost for multiple hours and having to back track to get on-route then you may want to skip this podcast! Otherwise, if you're into using an ever-evolving software program that works on your Android, Apple, Garmin or Wahoo to plan and follow routes, then Kevin Prentice is about to be your new favorite person! Ride with GPS wa ...…
 
Our guests this episode extend an open invite to you to go bike camping on June 23rd! Martina Brimmer is the master problem-solver and punk rock aficionado behind the Seattle Washington based Swift Industries. In addition to the daily business of making great bike bags and apparel, Martina's experience at cooperative bike shops in college provi ...…
 
SUPPORT: http://www.paypal.me/pathlesspedaled Follow Ben's trip here: https://bit.ly/2HzfEjL Ben Weaver is a musician that bikepacks to his shows. In this interview, we talk about his Music For Free tour, bikepacking the Great Divide trail on its 20th anniversary with a banjo. How does he carry stuff? Why is he doing it? Support the #PLPTalks s ...…
 
"Tires Made to Master Your Terrain" If you've ever experienced the frustration of a mid-ride flat, then you'll appreciate all the engineering and testing that goes into Teravail Tires. David Gabrys and team take each tire from fledgling concept to prototype and then put them through the rigors of field and bench testing, making 100% sure they a ...…
 
What we drank: Balcones Baby Blue, Balcones Rye What we talked about: Philosophical and technical differences between racing and riding and Dirty Kanza. Joined by special guest Ally Mabry. Support shenanigans: http://www.paypal.me/pathlesspedaled
 
An often untold story of Dirty Kanza is how the event has changed the town of Emporia, Kansas and how it has been slowly embraced by the community. In this episode we interview Jim Cummins, the ride direct of DK200 and Casey Woods from Main Street Emporia to learn how DK has grown from a small group ride to an international event! Support the # ...…
 
We always get really excited when we talk to good people doing great work that benefits all bicyclists. Bike Index is the perfect example of a simple and all-inclusive program that everyone can use. All you have to do is register, enter your bike's serial number and upload a few pictures. Then if your bike ever gets stolen, you login and flag i ...…
 
To honor bicyclists killed by motorists, promote sharing the road, and provide awareness of bicycling safety. That is what the people behind the Ride of Silence have been doing for the last 16 years, by organizing silent, no-drop, rides of remembrance across the world. Tim Potter, (the super-volunteer behind the website), joins us to explain th ...…
 
Nick Legan has literally written the book on gravel cycling. In this episode, we discuss the current gravel cycling trend, why it is popular, gravel events, and his new book "Gravel Cycling". Visit Nick Legan's website at: http://rambleur.com Support the #PLPTalks series! This series is made possible by your generous donations. http://www.paypa ...…
 
What we drank: Blade and Bow Bourbon #4 (THANKS LAURA CRAWFORD!) What we talked about: Gravel events .Philosophical differences between 650b and 27.5, Gravel Bike vs. Mountain Bike, Semantics and nomenclature. Support shenanigans: http://www.paypal.me/pathlesspedaled
 
What we drank: Rabbit Hole Bourbon (THANKS LAURA CRAWFORD!) What we talked about: The new Niner full suspension gravel bike? Speedvagen Rough Road? BikeSnob's article on the Golden Age of Cycling. Support shenanigans: http://www.paypal.me/pathlesspedaled
 
Stain Chayley, the Instantaneous Power Output Grand Champion of the 2001 Vermont Mountain Bike Festival, joins us for a meandering conversation on the Red Hook Crit, downhill racing at Losinj, Croatia and Ben's new bike build. Engaging, enthralling but not epic (because the word epic is overused and if everything is epic, then by definition, no ...…
 
We didn't even give Eric Benson a week to decompress after the 2018 Eroica California ride, before inviting him to join us to recap the event and talk about the L'Eroica event series worldwide and the concept of vintage bike rides. As he put it, "the beauty is in the fatigue," right? From the pictures we've seen of the scenery along the routes ...…
 
Jay Ritchey has been in the bicycle industry a long time from helping his dad Tom Ritchey build bikes, to working at Rivendell Bicycle Works. Beyond bicycles, Jay is also a filmmaker working on commercial projects as well as his own endeavors. In this interview, we talk about the behind the scenes of filming El Silencio, his latest film with Da ...…
 
Brendan, Dan and Mike, the founders of Wolf Tooth Components in Minnesota have an incredible amount of experience in bike racing, adventure riding and long-distance riding. Around five years ago, they walked away from corporate jobs to start making bike components, and in a short amount of time they offer a broad lineup of components, accessori ...…
 
As Mark Twain once said, "whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to reform." The bike frames made by Jeff Jones are built on a similar premise. After years of working in the industry and questioning various norms Jeff concluded that everyone was following frame design rules that didn't make complete sense. Rather tha ...…
 
Tobie DePauw is a bike industry veteran. In this interview, he gives his insights on the future of bike shops, building a bike community from scratch and storytelling with routes. This episode is also supported by Ramble Ride, a unique semi-supported bikepacking experience. Learn more here: http://www.ramblerides.com Support the #PLPTalks serie ...…
 
Chain stops by the lavish recording studio to talk about his projects and various fancy bike parts that are finding their way to the market this spring season. Join our World Cup fantasy league! The more the merrier, we are looking forward to crushing all of you on the DH course. Go to Pinkbike and register, and then find enter our public leagu ...…
 
Randi Jo Fabrications is a small bicycle bag and cap company with a surprisingly large reach in the bike industry. We talk with Randi Smith about what it's like have a business based out of the small town of Elkton, Oregon but have products sold nationally and internationally. This episode is also supported by Ramble Ride, a unique semi-support ...…
 
Adam Sklar from the Bozeman Montana based Sklar Bikes joins us this episode to talk about his building process and the people that helped and inspired him to create such a successful frame building business. Sklar bikes has carved out a name for itself by cranking out utilitarian steel and titanium bikes that are most at home in the dirt and ar ...…
 
Golden Saddle Cyclery in Los Angeles is a small shop with big reach. We interview Kyle B. Kelley, shop owner and Radavist contributor, about what it takes for a bike shop to survive these days, bike shops he looks up to, the fat tire road bike trend, his favorite bourbons and portrait photography. This episode is also supported by Ramble Ride, ...…
 
Jon Kaplan stops by this episode to talk about the Vermont Walk/Bike Summit that is coming up on May 4th in White River Junction. In addition to being a bicycle and van pool commuter, Jon is the Bicycle and Pedestrian Manager for the Vermont Agency of Transportation and is one of the partners who works to hold the Summit every other year. The g ...…
 
We probably talked with Sam Polcer for 35 minutes, and that wasn't nearly enough time to fully cover all of the advocacy and educational programs that Bike New York organizes. From their primary fundraiser the TD Five Boro Bike Tour which coincides with the New York Bike Expo to the various classes they offer at locations throughout the city li ...…
 
Gates Carbon Drive is a great example of a company that is bringing a cargo bike load of engineering expertise to the bicycle component industry. Drawing experience from applications in all kinds of industrial engines and motorcycles, the Gates Carbon Drive system packs a lot of punch into an unassuming package. We managed to drag Ben Castaneda ...…
 
We love fat biking, which is why we were so pumped about the race concept that Shawn Spencer and the crew from fatcross.com have been organizing for the last four years. Last weekend, on March 17th, the 4th U.S. Open Fat Bike Beach Championships was held and for all 100 riders and 1,000+ spectators the event was a complete blast. With race cour ...…
 
There is an Uprising happening in Arkansas this weekend. Aimee Ross, the Brand & Events Director over at the Intergalactic...uh we mean International Mountain Bike Association stops by to tell us about the Uprising women's mountain bike event. Indirectly, through a website overhaul IMBA realized that there was a significant population of women ...…
 
Jan Heine, publisher of Bicycle Quarterly and founder of Compass Bicycles has been an evangelist for performance bikes with wider tire clearances. The bike industry has finally caught up with him. In this interview we talk about the origins of Bicycle Quarterly, the idea of "planing" and what's in store for the future fo BQ and Compass Bicycles ...…
 
Randi Jo Fabrications is a small three person shop out of Elkton, OR making amazing bike bags, caps, saddle covers and aprons. Randi & Eric were kind enough to join us to talk about their waxed canvas and wool products and to share a little bit about their bike story. Anyone who has taken a bikepacking trip or bike tour knows the importance of ...…
 
Rainy and raw? Snowy and blustery? Sunshine with dry pavement? Any of these can be the weather conditions in the month of April. Why not challenge yourself to experience the joy of riding your bicycle no matter what the weather conditions are? 30 Days of Biking is a riding community that is here to help you with that challenge. Go to the websit ...…
 
What's it like to tour across the US if you're not a white male? How do you find and create a diverse cycling culture? We talk with Molly Sugar, co-founder of Friends On Bikes, about race, diversity and inclusion in bicycle touring and bicycling culture. Support the #PLPTalks series! This series is made possible by your generous donations. http ...…
 
Chain rambles eloquently about his birthday, the Dedacciai tubeset he was gifted and the tricerataco holder that he received. Amidst all the fog there is even a brief discussion about the Sram DUB system to appease our component crazed listeners.
 
What began as a basic program to assist in assembling a few frames has grown into one of the most specialized and powerful bicycle frame design and fitment programs available. In 2004 Brent Curry combined his interest in bicycles, his engineering background and his experience working with Serotta to launch the first version of BikeCAD Pro and h ...…
 
Wheels. You kinda need 'em! Rich Lesnik builds the finest quality wheels to some of the highest standards of anyone we know. He's been doing it for a long time, and he's really good at it. We managed to lure him away from his DT Swiss truing stand for a couple of minutes to talk about his bike story, building wheels and Rivendell Bicycle Works. ...…
 
Gabe, route designer of the Oregon Outback and Oregon Timber Trail, tells us what he thinks makes an iconic ride. We also get a behind the scenes look at the Oregon Timber Trail, a cross state bikepacking route connecting hundreds of miles of singletrack in Oregon. What is it like to have a route with a committee, working with land owners and h ...…
 
Let there be light (and power)! If you've ever logged long hours riding in the dark, you understand the importance of a good lighting system. Dave from Sinewave Cycles has created a line of innovative products to help bicyclists see in the dark and keep their equipment charged up. From USB chargers to the new Beacon headlight, there are a numbe ...…
 
Custom headbadges and stem caps are the heart and soul of a bike. They offer a chance to convey your humor, your artwork and your personality. During the North American Handmade Bicycle Show in Hartford, we caught up with two companies making the finest custom headbadges and stem caps to talk about themselves and their artwork. Their pieces wer ...…
 
How and why did Erick start the Bicycle Nomad brand? Why is it important for bike shops to create a community? Why are people of color so under represented in bikepacking media? In this fun and insightful conversation with Erick Cedeno of Bicycle Nomad Cafe we dig a little deeper into his origin story and what his mission is with his brand Bicy ...…
 
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