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Best Slow Ride podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Slow Ride 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!
 
This is the testing grounds for new ideas, short runs, and all other manner of experimentation on the Wide Angle Podium Network. Tune in for regular shows like Slow Ride Reviews, Let It Ride, and the WAP Green Room, as well as new ideas our hosts will be piloting regularly. Shows you love here will likely "graduate" to their own feeds eventually and become full fledged WAP shows!
 
Tequila, Tacos, and Tranquilo! At Slow Baja, we are on a mission to bring you the best of Baja. Ride with us as we head south-of-the-border to raise a glass, taste local fare, and get lost in our vintage 4x4. Tune in to the Slow Baja podcast, where we talk to old friends and new about all things Baja.
 
What's CODE SWITCH? It's the fearless conversations about race that you've been waiting for! Hosted by journalists of color, our podcast tackles the subject of race head-on. We explore how it impacts every part of society — from politics and pop culture to history, sports and everything in between. This podcast makes ALL OF US part of the conversation — because we're all part of the story.
 
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 Slow Lane” with Mike Stevens is a place where there isn’t that much drama. There’s very little turmoil - unless there’s a discussion on who has the best donuts. And the only controversy usually centers on what’s for lunch. In short, “The Slow Lane” is a place where the term laid back is putting it mildly. It’s a good place to relax, have some fun, and enjoy part of your day.
 
Slow Roll is a weekly group bicycle ride in Detroit that rallies thousands of people to experience the rebirth of the city at the street level. Join Slow Roll cofounder Jason Hall as he talks about how he’s created a movement, how iPad and apps give him freedom to work on the fly, and how you can start your own Slow Roll. Moderated by Elly Fishman of "Chicago Magazine" at the Apple Store, North Michigan Avenue in Chicago.
 
Learn how to fall in love over and over again ... with yourself. This helpful, fun toolkit for the month ahead includes affirmations, guidance, wisdom, action steps, and more from your host Kim A. Flodin, Reiki Master, Energy Healer, Psychic, & Intuitive Coach -Never miss a month and receive a FREE coloring book when you visit TheColoringBookCoach.com -Listen & laugh with my other podcast, How in the HELL did I get here? https://apple.co/2CSGmQ7 Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fallin ...
 
Donuts ocean in city NJ chef serves up hot and fresh made doughnuts daily At https://dripnscoop.comFind Us On Google Map : https://goo.gl/maps/JEumxBUCKSzkD8xL7During recent years, we have been taken over by an experience a lot different from others. Knowledge of pure and unadulterated goodness...one that makes a rollercoaster ride like a slow turtle in the mud. An experience that makes chocolate fantasies like a dream of rotting corpses. An experience so magical, so unique and so electrifyi ...
 
Here you'll find the best in smooth jazz, r&b and neo-soul mix sets in addition to ©TheCarefree Drive, Sunday's Gospel Brunch, the syndicated show, ©The Definition Of Smooth and Hot Off The Press. Blessed with a set of baritone pipes, Reggie uses his voice as an instrument, combining his old school style of broadcasting with a soothing and silky delivery, perfectly complimenting his jazz and R&B mix sets. His interpretations of rhythms and his ear for the unique have enabled him to continual ...
 
Audioedge takes you on a tour of house music genres, starting with melodic house moving into tech and progressive house ending with techno - it's a joy to behold! DJ'ing since 1990 Audioedge has worked with some of the biggest names including John Digweed and Andy Carroll. Sit back, relax and enjoy the ride....
 
American Anthology follows host and professional tour guide Michael Harding on a multi-year journey around the United States. Travelling slow, Mike hopes to spend at least a month in each state to seek out the most interesting and intriguing stories and share them with you here. Fascinating, thought provoking and sometimes hilarious stories await around every corner. Each episode will take you deep into that state’s history and culture and look at them through a modern lens. Mixed in with th ...
 
The Cobbcast is a community for Marketers & Like Minded Entrepreneurs to Connect, Share and Grow. With so many naysayers and non believers of success today, entrepreneurs need a place to go to vent and be heard without the worry of being judged for creating their own way. This is the place.
 
We help iron distance triathletes get the most out of their training time - from Kona qualifiers, top age group triathletes to those striving for a personal best. Following the FCMethod, we train triathlon as ONE DISCIPLINE, knowing that each portion of the triathlon significantly impacts the total outcome. We build durability and resilience to allow for peak performance in all our athletes.
 
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This episode starts of bad and just gets worse, you guys. From bike path nightmares to Pontiac Grand Am's to Dirty Sprinting to Littleguy's completely unnecessary visuals, it's just a total horror show of an episode. We apologize. This podcast is supported by the generous and amazing donors to the Wide Angle Podium Network. The poddy is also suppor…
 
The award-winning Canadian band has delivered a beguiling second album that has more than just a few references to death.After taking out a Juno Award for their 2018 debut Baby Teeth, the four-piece from Oshawa, Ontario, decided to take charge of their follow-up. The amount of work ahead for them was a surprise. For fans, the fascination with death…
 
Jess Cerra is a professional cyclist with a handful of other feathers in her cap (...or helmet). A published, professional chef and entrepreneur as the owner of JoJé Bars, Jess has raced at the highest level of women's cycling and recently made the transition to gravel. During the King family trip across the country, we visited Whitefish, MT for a …
 
PubScoot 2020. Our epic annual multi-day scooter ride into Covid Country--exploring the heart of SE Washington, NE Oregon, and Western Idaho as we hunt for haunted bars, classic pubs, and dive bars on our quest for the perfect place. Hint: We may have found it. This is part one of our review of (31) bars, riding with (6) guys, and staying in (4) ho…
 
It's hurricane season, so this week, we're bringing you a bonus episode, from the Atlantic's Floodlines podcast. On this episode, "Through the Looking Glass," host Vann R. Newkirk II looks at the way the media distorted what was happening in New Orleans in the days after the storm, scapegoating Black people for the devastation they were subjected t…
 
Bomani and Joel Anderson of Slate discuss his story about the problems around Liberty University’s athletics program as it relates to Black athletes, including the school’s pursuit of Hugh Freeze, Ian McCaw and their plan for building the program (1:31). Plus, players from the Big Ten have now joined the Pac-12 group in demanding accountability fro…
 
The largest public university system in the country, the Cal State system, just announced a new graduation requirement: students must take an ethnic studies or social justice course. But ethnic studies might not even exist if it weren't for some students at a small commuter college in San Francisco. Fifty years ago, they went on strike — and while …
 
Bomani Jones dives deeper into his story about the Pac-12 players joining together under the banner #WeAreUnited in looking for safety from COVID-19, including the possibility of a boycott (1:05). He reacts to games officially picking up again for the NBA, shares why the entrance of families into the “bubble” could present some unforeseen yet hilar…
 
This week we either sold, or maybe didn't sell a Brompton. We also got lost in Littleguy's basement (and youtube videos!) for a bit, and then ended up remembering that we had actual bike racing this week and recapped Strade Bianche! Amazing stuff, but are we rusty on our race recaps?? This podcast is supported by the generous and amazing donors to …
 
Zachary Plopper is the Associate Director of WILDCOAST, a 501c3 non-profit organization that conserves coastal and marine ecosystems and wildlife in the United States, Cuba and Mexico. An avid surfer since his childhood in Solana Beach, California, Plopper started competing at age twelve and was sponsored by the time he was 13. He competed professi…
 
August 2020 – Enjoy the monthly and weekly themes and the tools that come along with them from Kim A. Flodin, Reiki Master. Intuitive Healer and Guide Sign up for the Align with Your Intuition Challenge Now! Save 15% on your first session with Kim, use the code HOW15 in the Booking Notes when you make your appointment at TheColoringBookCoach.com Si…
 
Soon to turn 17yo, the Sydney rapper The Kid LAROI has already seen and felt a lot. Despite a hard road, he’s on a path for US success following his impressive debut mixtape. A finalist in Unearthed High in 2018, The Kid LAROI (real name Charlton Howard) connected with the late Juice WRLD on the US rapper’s first Australian tour. The two bonded qui…
 
Magoo's Annex is one of Tacoma's iconic Irish pubs and known to be haunted as well as fun and friendly. We meet with Carl Chalker, longtime owner, and talk bars and ghosts--two of our favorite things! We review the Exchange Tavern in Spanaway plus Scooter News, Spooky News, and Fun Facts for a hefty serving of Scooters, Ghosts, and Bars. #pub #week…
 
Welcome to Into The Rabbit Hole in which Taylor, Travis and Tim talk minor league baseball. In this premiere episode, the Triple Ts share their love for the game before running down their favorite minor league team names, logos and mascots. Into The Rabbit Hole is part of the Wide Angle Podium network. Please consider becoming a member. Go to www.w…
 
Bomani chats with Taylor Rooks of Bleacher Report about life inside the NBA’s “bubble” down in Orlando (1:11). Her and Bo laugh at the media’s coverage of Lou Williams’ famed trip to “Magic City” (9:51), which somehow leads them to discuss “little city gangsters” and their least favorite characters from “The Wire” (25:17). Plus, they wrap with what…
 
While many pros are discovering Zwift in 2020, riding in the virtual world is nothing new for the women of Team Twenty20. Fresh off a team second-place finish in the Women's Virtual Tour de France, team founder and director Nicola Cranmer joins the Radio Zwift crew to talk about why her athletes have embraced Zwift and how they have adapted to the …
 
Bomani weighs in on the outbreak of COVID-19 amongst the Marlins that has caused the cancellation of games, including why he thinks it is an indicator of troubled waters ahead for both the NFL and college football (1:03). Should Lou Williams have been put on blast for getting “Magic City” wings whilst outside of the bubble (21:31)? Why some NBA own…
 
Well, there's no use dancing around it; this one went off the rails quick. Almost as soon as we hit record you ld tell this was going to be an epic week on the pod. But, dang. This one is all. time. This podcast is supported by the generous and amazing donors to the Wide Angle Podium Network. The poddy is also supported by Grimpeur Bros. Specialty …
 
Peter flax on his bike journalism article, ‘Journalists: Here’s how to produce less horrible stories about pedestrians and cyclists getting killed.”(29:50) Yolanda T. Davis-Overstreet's panel discussion and new Bike Talk segment, We The People Black Lives Roll 'En, with guests Mikaela Randolph, Pauletta Pierce, and Lena Williams.(1:07) Calbike Exec…
 
Sports Illustrated called Bisbee’s Black & Blue Marlin Tournament the “Super-Bowl of Billfishing.” Now in its 40th year, with prizes and payouts in the millions of dollars, it is the richest independent family-run fishing tournament. The event was founded in 1981 by Bob Bisbee Sr., who ran a fuel dock, and tackle shop in Newport, California. He was…
 
Bomani and Vinnie Goodwill discuss NBA owners protecting their own investment in the return to action and whether or not they will attempt to re-negotiate the collective bargaining agreement (13:13), assess Dwight Howard’s career in this moment after going off script in the bubble about COVID-19 precautions (25:58) and wonder whether or not the Buc…
 
Trudi Angell has been living in Baja since the mid-'70s. She made her first trip South to attend a 12-day Sea Kayaking course at the National Outdoor Leadership School in Mulegé. Angell fell in love with the people and the place -and stayed six-weeks. When she finally returned home to Calistoga, she quickly bought a folding Klepper Kayak, a roof ra…
 
Lea Davison has had a decorated mountain biking career with two Olympic appearances, two World Championships medals, and a haul of Stars-and-Stripes jerseys. With such impressive palmares, joining Team Twenty20 for the first-ever Women's virtual Tour de France on the Zwift platform was the logical step in her career progression. Davison joined Radi…
 
Bomani highlights health as the great equalizer for the difference of opinions and interests across the levels of labor in the NFL (1:02), shares the level of competition surrounding the barbershops built in the NBA bubble (23:12) and has a message regarding the passing of House Representative John Lewis (34:03). Plus, an IYHH including a Facebook …
 
In the biggest power move of the 2020 cycling season to date, the podcast awarded cycling's Championship Belt (tm) to the biggest power moves made by pro cyclists this year. We also unpacked some folding bike information, met Matt's twin, and answered an unbelievable amount of listener mail. Let's go! This podcast is supported by the generous and a…
 
I have a very exciting and wonderful show for you today. You're about to listen in on a chat between me and my friend and fellow mastermind member, Emma Isaacs… you may have heard her mentioned at the beginning because her podcast Creative Ways is sponsoring the show right now… thank you so much, Emma! Emma asked me to do a long-distance Reiki sess…
 
Betsy Medvedovsky checks in about the famed Cahunga Pass route from the Valley to Hollywood.Dr. Destiny Thomas, urban planner, on urban planning and intersectionality, as laid out in her Citylab article: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-06-08/-safe-streets-are-not-safe-for-black-livesYolanda Davis-Overstreet, Mobility Justice Activist &…
 
On what would have been Diahann Carroll's 85th birthday, we're celebrating the legacy of the actress, model and singer. Reporter Sonari Glinton went to her estate sale and took a tour of some of the objects that represent important moments in Ms. Carroll's life. And because Diahann Carroll achieved so many firsts, the exhibit was more like a civil …
 
Bomani and Spencer Hall discuss the most important issues that we are facing in these times. Such as, which college football coaches don’t need a headset (1:01), why the noise around Washington’s football team is reminiscent of a college football message board (6:15), what Vice President Mike Pence thinks and/or understands about Ed Orgeron and “Lo…
 
Huge show this week, friends. Massive. We get into cycling-themed pet naming, revisit the Everesting trend we started (presumably), and we test Little Guy's knowledge of French cycling. It's all beans and no filler this week! This podcast is supported by the generous and amazing donors to the Wide Angle Podium Network. The poddy is also supported b…
 
Bomani weighs in on the news that Washington’s football team will officially be changing their name (1:04), shares why the NBA’s return should be treated with the level of scrutiny of a television show (29:49) as well as why he thinks there will not be any football this fall (41:47). Plus, IYHH including Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg as “the villain” …
 
From The Howard Stern Show (07-14-20) - ‘Robin From the Future’ Shares What Happens With COVID-19 and the ElectionFor more Howard Stern Show:Website - www.howardstern.comTwitter - www.twitter.com/sternshowInstagram - www.instagram/sternshowFacebook - www.facebook.com/thehowardsternshowBy Howard Stern
 
Mike Pearlman, talking about NORRA Mexican 1000, and the making of the Happiest Race on Earth. In the early 1960's, Mike Pearlman was a teenager growing up in Los Angeles when his father, Ed Pearlman, bought a used 1964 Toyota Land Cruiser. Ed was an avid hunter, and the utilitarian 4x4 looked like the perfect vehicle for the upcoming deer season. …
 
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