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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 ...
 
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On episode #95 we are chatting with Moses King and Simon Blake, part of the crew behind organising the first enduro race in Rwanda. We chat about organisation, trails, popularity and how the scene in East Africa has evolved over the last couple of years. Plus much more! For more information visit the show notes at: www.mtb-tribe.com…
 
On episode #94 we are chatting with Hannah Harvey about joining the Chain Reaction Cycles Race Team Belfast, how she got started in mountain biking, racing, results, motivation and what the future holds for Hannah and her race schedule. Plus much more! For more information visit the show notes at:www.mtb-tribe.com…
 
On episode #93 we welcome back Tom and Hugo from their trail adventure company Trail Unknown. We chat about their first E-Bike guided trip, their presentation at the London Bike Show, their new bike packing coast to coast trip and partnership new with Specialized. Plus loads more! Also the guys have been very kind to offer 10% OFF your first tr ...…
 
On episode #92 we are chatting with Alastair Beckett about founding the mountain bike design and solutions company Redburn Design and about co-founding and building the very cool new mountain bike brand called Forbidden. Plus much more! To find out more visit the show notes at: mtb-tribe.com
 
On episode #91 it was awesome to get Matt the owner and founder of Old Town Outfitters on the show for a chat about mountain biking in Guatemala. We chat about how he has grown his company from a few bikes and running guided trips from his hotel room to having fifteen plus staff offering the best trail rides in Guatemala. To find out more and a ...…
 
On episode #90 we are chatting to the Irish National Ladies Enduro Champion Leah Maunsell about life, family, racing, sponsors, bikes and ladies in mountain biking. It was awesome to get Leah on the podcast and have a chat about how things have been going this season for her regarding racing both at home and on the EWS tour. Leah has had an awe ...…
 
On episode #89 we are chatting with Davide Conti about reaching out to help Hans Ray with his awesome non-profit charity called Wheels4LIfe. But Davide's story that got him to that point is a pretty crazy one. Since starting mountain biking around eight years ago Davide has defiantly had his fare share of adventures, some good, some not so good ...…
 
On episode 88 we are chatting to the Legend and Master himself, Mr Glyn O’Brien. Glyn was a supporter of the podcast from the very beginning and was kind enough to come on the show way back on episode 10 (listen here). Glyn is super keen to help and support the Irish race scene anyway he can and has been doing just that for a number of years. S ...…
 
On episode #87 we are chatting with Jack O’Hare the owner and founder of the very cool trail construction company Summit Trails. Jack reached out to me after listening to episode #73 with his good friend Jasper Da Seymour. Jack and Jasper both live in Tasmania and if you tuned in to Jasper’s episode you will know how mountain biking is blowing ...…
 
On episode #86 we welcome back Ben Plenge from The Strength Factory to chat about injury recovery. How to approach and best recover from a bad injury, how and when to get back into the gym and why a profressional trainer like Ben can really help get you back on the bike faster and fitter than you left it. Also get 50% OFF your first months subs ...…
 
For episode 85 we are joined once again by a great friend of the podcast, Robert from Freewheelin' We caught up to chat about and review the last couple of months of the Irish racing calendar. Robert is a wealth of information when it comes to the Irish and Northern Irish race scene. He attends all but a couple of the race events, he knows the ...…
 
Its episode Eighty Four and we are talking about E-Bikes. Yes the dreaded E-Bike conversation. You either love them or you hate them. But are they for you and should you be looking at buying one? We welcome back Robert from Freewheelin’ to discuss the whole e-bike debate and fill us in on the Vitus E-Sommet he had for a test review via the guys ...…
 
On todays episode and number Eighty Three we are chatting to Andrew Coburn about winning the Mountain Bike NI Scout Leader Award, staying stoked on the trails and how mountain biking changed Andrew’s life for the better. Plus a few funny stories from when Andrew started mountain biking. When reading through the annual email sent from Mountain B ...…
 
Its episode number Eighty Two and we are teaming up with Robert from the very cool and insightful online MTB website called Freewheelin'. This is somewhat of a first for the podcast as we have never done a bike review before so it was great to get Robert on the show and talk us through his latest review, the 2019 Vitus Escarpe VRX. Robert was k ...…
 
In Part 2 and episode Eighty One we are finishing our chat with Irish MTB Racing Legend Meave Baxter. We chat about be the ‘Doctor Fox’ at the Red Bull Fox Hunt, her 2018 season review, what she has planned for her 2019 racing season. Plus many more interesting stories from back in the day. Get Show Notes Here: https://chtbl.com/track/7E49E/tra ...…
 
On episode number Eighty we are chatting with Meave Baxter about her racing career since the 90’s, her wins, her loses, how things have changed over the years, how to stay safe on the trails and what she has planned for the 2019 season. We chat to Meave about what the racing scene was like at that time and how things have changed since then. Me ...…
 
On episode number Seventy Nine we are chatting with Robert Lynn who is the founder and owner of the very cool online website and magazine called Freewheelin’. Robert is super keen on the Irish MTB scene and is really passionate about the awesome growing mountain bike scene we have in Ireland, including the North. Robert follows the Irish race s ...…
 
On todays episode and number Seventy Eight we are chatting with Chris Dower about how to become a bike mechanic, what that comprises of, why bike mechanics will never be out of work and how you can build it into a great career. So for anybody looking to fix bikes for a living, or get their foot in the door of a bike store then this is the episo ...…
 
On episode number 077 we are chatting to the owner and founder of MTB apparel company Pinned Attire. I firstly want to say that Ryan has a crazy inspiring story behind why he started Pinned Attire and donates 100% of profits to the Air Ambulance. YES 100%. Ryan is a true philanthropist; a truly committed, generous and selfless individual. It is ...…
 
On todays episode and number Seventy Six we are chatting to Thomas, the founder and owner of a very cool Uk distribution company called Cyclorise. Cyclorise distribute bike accessories and components from the USA and South Africa. They also distribute brands from the UK including their own self-started accessory brand called Lourí. The birth of ...…
 
Today on episode Seventy Five we catch up with the guys after a tough enduro race in Uganda. Its the second Elgon Enduro which has been a great success. The race has grown from a few competitors last year to international participants this year. Tom Shopland is from the UK and runs his own guiding company in the UK called Trail Unknown. We had ...…
 
On todays episode number Seventy Four we are chatting with MTB Freelance Journalist Lauran Jenkins. Lauren has been a Journalist for a number of years and has always had an interest in writing from an early age. When friends would be at a party Lauren would excuse herself, go home and write a blog. But when Lauren found her passion for mountain ...…
 
On episode number Seventy Three we are chatting with Jasper Da Seymour, founder of jdaseymourphotography.com.au. I was first put in contact with Jasper after he had done a photo shoot with Tom Redfern, founder and owner of Broken Riders who was on the podcast back on episode 038 (listen here). It has taken a while to get Jasper on the show but ...…
 
Back on episode number 025 I had a chat with James Wilson, founder and owner of Pedalling Innovations and inventor of the Catalyst Pedal. This was one of the best episodes of 2018 and I know you guys really got involved and enjoyed the episode. Many of you have asked what the best episodes have been over the last 18 months, so here is one of th ...…
 
On episode Seventy One we are chatting with Tom and Hugo, founders, owners and guides of their exciting bike adventure company Trail Unknown. Tom and Hugo are super cool guys who are following their passions by doing something they enjoy, getting people on bikes, experiencing great scenery and having a great time while doing it. Trail Unknown h ...…
 
On episode Seventy I revisit Kieran and Louis from Mech Monkey to answer my questions on ‘Why Should You Buy A New Bike?’. I often get asked what my best episode has been. This is a very difficult question to answer because of time lines etc. So I thought I would revisit one of the best for this weeks episode and I also think it is a very relev ...…
 
Happy New Year! and welcome to episode Sixty Nine. On this episode we are chatting with Jack Devlin about his exciting mountain bike journey to date, how his music talents have helped and everything in between. I first ran into Jack (truth be told he almost ran into me, you will need to listen to the podcast to find out more!) when he was compe ...…
 
On episode Sixty Eight we are chatting to Jacob Martin, Owner and Founder of Mid Nowhere Productions. If you listened to last weeks episode with Maya Atkinson you will know the background to how Jacob sent me a film he had shot with Maya and after watching that film I just had to get both Maya and Jacob on the show. It was cool that Jacob was h ...…
 
On episode number Sixty Seven we are chatting to two time Junior British Downhill Champion, Maya Atkinson. It was great to get Maya on the show fresh off the back of her new film 'Get It Done', by Mid Nowhere Productions. Jacob Martin the founder and owner of Mid Nowhere Productions emailed me the movie and after watching for the first time I k ...…
 
On todays episode, number Sixth Six it was awesome to get James on the show from Kenya. As you guys who follow the show will know, I have had a number of guests on the podcast from Kenya, East Africa, chatting about what is happening over there regarding the expansion of mountain biking including, tours, races, skills courses etc..etc.. So it w ...…
 
On episode number Sixty Five we are chatting with the young Irish ripper Oisin O'Callaghan. Oisin has been raging the downhill circuit over the last number of years and is quickly reaching the top of the youth division. When I had Oisin's father Chris on the show back on episode 062 (listen here) chatting about the Ballyhoura Trail Network, we ...…
 
On episode number Sixty Four we are chatting with Andy Cole. Andy is a massively passionate photographer and even thought he does take photography of more than just mountain biking, mountain biking and action sports is where his true interests lie. You can check out Andy's images on his very cool website at alcphotography.co.uk Andy first got i ...…
 
Todays Guest Matt Mooney, Founder and Owner of MTB Fitness. We chat with Matt about how being that little bit more pacific in the gym can help you on the trails and how nutrition and mind-set can help even the weekend warrior. On episode Sixty Three we are chatting to Matt about his 12 week MTB training programme, which has been bought in over ...…
 
Chris O'Callaghan - The service provider to the Ballyhoura Mountain Bike Trails and founder of Trailriders.ie On todays episode, number Sixty Two we are chatting with Chris O'Callaghan about why we should all check out the Ballyhoura Mountain Bike Trail Network and don't leave it off our to do lists for 2019. After all it has 98km of trails and ...…
 
On episode Sixty One we are chatting with The Bear, Rob Allcoat. I have been following Rob on Instagram for a little while and just loved his attitude, love for mountain biking and the energy he put out with his posts and videos. So I reached out and asked him to come on the podcast for a chat about what he does, how he stays motivated and how ...…
 
On episode 60 we chat to Matt Sanders about living and riding MTB in Alaska and how he got the lead role in the newly released movie series Alaska Photo Ventures, from Dan Redfield an Emmy Nominated Filmmaker and Photographer. Plus much more!
 
On episode Fifty Nine we are chatting to Jon Aston the Founder and Owner of Chickens Frame Emporium about building, designing, shaping, welding and producing top notch steel frames hand build in the UK. I was put in touch with Jon by Tom Redfern, founder and owner of the MTB apparel brand Broken Riders. Tom was on episode number 38 of the podca ...…
 
On episode number Fifty Eight we are changing the way we think about life, work and passions with Simon Hall who helps people chase the life they are passionate about and really want to live. And this spills into mountain biking as Simon is now hooked on hitting the trails with two wheels below him. I was put in contact with Simon via Alex Holo ...…
 
On episode Fifty Seven we have something a little different for you, or something a little crazy for you. It was my pleasure to get Sean on the podcast and talk about his passion for mountain biking the 282 Munro peaks of the Scottish mountains which he calls his Grizzly Munro Diaries. And did I say he was doing it on a mountain bike? I love ch ...…
 
On episode Fifty Six to was my pleasure to get Graham Stock on the show to talk about everything carbon wheel related. Graham is the Founder and Owner of the UK based carbon wheel company called Sixth Element operating out of Manchester. I was introduced to Graham and Sixth Element by Tom Bell who was on the podcast back in episode Forty Four. ...…
 
Its episode number Fifty Five, and the podcast is one year old (it was launched with four episodes)!! So in saying that it was great to have Simon Blake back on the show to talk about the Kerio Valley Enduro and how mountain biking in Kenya, East Africa has developed over the last 9 to 10 months. Simon was first on the show back in episode numb ...…
 
On todays episode number Fifty Four we are chatting with Tess Brown from her very popular mountain bike Instagram account MUD_AND_NO_MAKEUP. Tess started mountain biking around four years ago and since her first time on the mountain, on a proper bike and on proper trails she was hooked. Tess is super passionate about mountain biking and as with ...…
 
On todays episode number Fifty Three we are chatting to Federico Sermarini about why you should look at Malta for a mountain bike adventure plus tons more great information on biking in this Mediterranean island. If you have been listening to the show over the last few weeks you will be well aware of my bike accident (because I never shut-up ab ...…
 
On episode Fifty Two I am all alone, interviewing myself about why I started the podcast, how my shoulder injury is going and what it is like to mountain bike in Malta.
 
On episode Fifty One it is great to be chatting with Ben Plenge the founder and owner of The Strength Factory. Ben has been involved in the fitness scene in one form or another for many years and when his career path changed he decided to combine his love for mountain biking with his fitness background. The Strength Factory was quickly born and ...…
 
In episode 50 we chat to Nathan McComb, a.k.a 'The Lizard'. We talk about his trials background, his move to MTB and how he got so fast, ending with him standing on many podiums. Plus his new Enduro Malaga MTB Holiday business, what they offer, pricing, trails etc etc. Plus loads more interesting info.…
 
Today on episode number Forty Nine we are chatting with Jez and Bruno about their relatively new business venture, Rhythm And Bikes Bicycle Repair Shop. I was put in touch with Jez and Bruno by Tom, founder of Broken Riders who I had on the show in Episode #38. I was keen to get them on the show and tell their story because it is an example of ...…
 
On episode number Forty Eight it is my pleasure to have Tim Taylor on the show, the man behind the better tasting and better performing sports nutrition company Chia Charge. I was asked to get Tim on the show by Nigel Morris, the man behind the very popular Manx 100 Endurance Race held in the Isle Of Man. Nigel uses Tim's product and simply wan ...…
 
On episode number Forty Seven we are welcoming back Trent and Allie from their YouTube channel Trent & Allie, Aka TNT MTB. I first had Trent and Allie on the show way back on episode 4! (Listen Here) We were talking about their YouTube channel and mountain biking, among other great stuff. Well since that time a lot has changed including the nam ...…
 
On episode number Forty Six I am chatting with Colleen Lowry, owner of the popular year round destination for not only mountain biking but a host of other activates: Blessingbourne Estate. Colleen and her husband Nick are the proud owners of a beautiful family run estate at the edge of FiveMileTown, which just also happens to have 13 Kilometres ...…
 
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