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Originally aired November 19, 2015 Mark Kalch has spent 20 years paddling the world’s rivers and oceans. He was named one of the top 50 Adventurous Men by Men’s Journal and is well-versed on subject of adventure. Mark is currently undertaking a 7 Rivers / 7 Continents Project where he paddles down the longest river on each of the 7 continents. www.…
 
What many of us have learned in 2020 is that community is crucial to our survival and our success. Some of us crave it because we need it, some of us strive for it because it fills us up. For Mike, community is what he thrives on and what he continually builds towards because he’s seen the value of it in his own life and what combining community an…
 
Steve Hooker is as Aussie as they come. His distinct accent and witty humor will have you hanging off his every word. Steve runs the only kiteboarding charter boat in the Caribbean, sharing his amazing lifestyle with people from around the world who have a passion for adventure and kiting! Together with his partner Monika, they have kite-surfed in …
 
Originally aired October 16, 2018 Today's episode features the man who wrote 'the book' on the philosphy of long-term travel, Vagabonding: An Uncommon Guide to the Art of Long-Term World Travel. Being one of my biggest inspirations, it was an exciting episode to record! Rolf's travel writing has appeared in National Geographic Traveler, Outside, Sa…
 
Mason is still out on the road so today we’re doing another update from our ongoing coast-to-coast bike relay from our Connecticut to our San Diego brewery. Athletic Brewing Ambassador, Julie Engler, joined the ride for our Wyoming portion. The route she’s riding is much different than the one she trained for. Find out what it has been like for her…
 
While Mason is still out on the road finishing up the coast-to-coast bike adventure, previous Adventure Sports Podcast host, Curt Linville, will take over again today. Brian has been working in the field of snow and avalanches for the last couple decades. He began backcountry skiing in Colorado as a college student, and later as a mountain guide; a…
 
Originally aired May 20, 2019 After spending 20 years in the kayaking industry, Susan was ready for a new challenge. Having the experience, the opportunity in life, as well as much of the gear from years of guiding, the Inside Passage along the western coast of Washington, British Colombia, and Alaska seemed like an adequate way to shake her life u…
 
While Mason is still out on the road driving support for a bike across America, Curt Linville is filling in again with a new episode! Today Curt talks about thrills and spills and new technology that has grown out of such experiences. If you love mountain biking, then this episode is for you. If you don't, then you might by the end of the show! Lis…
 
Since I (Mason) am still out on the road coordinating a cross-country bike relay, previous host, Curt Linville, decided to come back and help out! You check out his newest project at Poddivvy.com. Today's guest,Tanner Whiteford. Tanner is an adventure sports enthusiast who moved to the Gunnison/Crested Butte Valley from North Carolina to "go to col…
 
Karl has adventured all over the world but for the last 14 months he's been bike touring the Pan-American Highway from Ushuia, Argentina to Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. He's also combing his love for bikepacking/bike touring with his love of mountaineering. He's joining us today from his home in Minnesota while he waits to get back out on the road and back…
 
Originally aired September 28, 2017 Uriel Eisen and Maggie Burke made their own Bikepacking bags and tent to go bikepacking in the Ecuadorian Andes. There were a lot of unknowns going in. Neither of them spoke much Spanish and neither of had done much high altitude activities. It was challenging at times with brutally rugged terrain, but the friend…
 
When Billy’s mother, Betty, was diagnosed with cancer he decided to return home to Massachusetts instead of leaving for his climbing trip to Nepal. Billy had just graduated from college in Colorado and the world was seemingly his oyster. As his mother’s cancer worsened, those free-spirited experiences became less and less important and were ultimat…
 
Originally aired April 23, 2018 If you have children and you feel as though your adventurous lifestyle is on hold, this is your episode. Curt and fellow podcaster Kelly Dalton have a discussion that is guaranteed to inspire you to get those kiddos into the outdoors and let them experience adventure. The two hosts share what they've learned from slo…
 
Beau has an incredible eye for turning the ordinary into extraordinary adventures. His stories, films, and upcoming book, The Backyard Adventurer, will make you want to get out of your chair and do something “different”. His projects are simple but profound. From deciding to walk to work, to making an office out of junk material, to kayaking across…
 
Originally aired March 8, 2019 Andrew is essentially a "professional backpacker" who is best known for his long-distance backpacking trips, many of which are firsts. For instance, his 6,875-mile Great Western Loop, his 7,778-mile Sea-to-Sea Route and his 4,679-mile "loop" of Alaska on foot, raft, and ski. He also has completed a plethora of shorter…
 
When 10-year-old Dana bought a book about Tarzan rather than a candy bar with his first $1 allowance, he had no idea just how fateful that decision would be. After being inspired by the book he told his dad, Don, that he wanted to walk to the Amazon River. Don, being the imaginative adventurer that he was, took his son's request seriously and began…
 
The Tour Divide is over 2,750 miles of self-supported time trial endurance riding along the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route stretching between Banff, Alberta, Canada and the US-Mexico border in Antelope Wells, New Mexico. The route was created in 1997 by the Adventure Cycling Association. For 19 years now, bike packers have tackled this route with…
 
Originally aired June 18, 2018 Ben Jamin (yep, real name!) joins us to share with us his transformation from corporate from the 9-5 grind to a life on the road driving a Kombi (VW Bus) from Chile to Alaska. His trip took him 6 years! His plan was to pick up riders along the way who needed transportation and who were willing to help with the costs f…
 
Rachael Rapinoe is the Founder & CEO of Mendi, a sports recovery brand. Rachael won an NCAA national championship with the University of Portland in 2005, played pro soccer in Europe in 2010, and eventually retired to pursue her passion in the health and fitness industry. Leveraging her Masters in Health and Exercise Science from PSU, Rachael went …
 
Although Johanna and Christine grew up in the same town of Appleton, Wisconsin, their paths would never cross. That is, until one day Christine was featured in a local newspaper for disappearing on a remote mountain in western China. Johanna’s mother picked up the story and became somewhat consumed with Christine’s background and how this bright yo…
 
Former NFL wide receiver, Mark Pattison, joins us on today's show to talk about going from playing professional football in the NFL to climbing the 7 Summits. Website: www.MarkPattisonNFL.com Facebook: facebook.com/NFL2SevenSummits Twitter: twitter.com/NFL2SevenSummit Podcast: markpattisonnfl.com/podcast Get your body back to balance with high qual…
 
If you listen to this show, you know that adventure doesn’t have to cost a fortune. Today we’re talking with Jude Kneller who decided to bike across the USA on a $75 bicycle. On top of that, Jude was 19 when he did the journey alone. Pretty young for such a big trip! I hope you’re inspired by his stories and motivated to plan your own adventure of …
 
From the Without Compromise show notes: Avery grew up in the Midwest, far from the mountains of Colorado that he now calls home. He found running after years of playing basketball and the unique suffering of the sport quickly drew him into longer and longer events. That and the fact he was a broke college student that couldn’t afford a gym membersh…
 
Jerome grew up in Northern Michigan surrounded by water. Reading books about harrowing adventures fueled his mind to live life outside of the box as he grew up. He started his sailing career late, but once he caught the bug, it took off and never stopped. In October of 2017, Jerome climbed aboard his Westsail 32, Mighty Sparrow, Jerome would circle…
 
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