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Listen to our weekly podcast where we talk all things cycling for our global community of 50+yr old cyclists who support each other to love life through riding our bikes. Hosted by cycling enthusiast, Norman Blissett from Scotland, we share inspiring stories from our riders from all over the world, showcase fabulous places to cycle and get coaching tips from resident Coach, Chris "Foggie" Foggin based in New Zealand. Each week we award the famous Golden Bidon to our rider of the week. It cou ...
 
Rulers and Riders is the podcast where passionate people talk about what they create and what they ride. Artists, entrepreneurs, publishers, designers, writers, photographers, musicians, actors and more discuss how they are inspired by their bikes and cars, as a means of escape, self expression and living life on their own terms.
 
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Listen to our very first podcast episode where we share inspiring stories from our 50+ year old riders around the world, showcase great places to ride and give tips and advice to get fitter and more confident on the bike. You host is Norman Blissett. This week he's joined by Nelia Smit from South Africa, Stewart Nixon from Scotland and Chris 'Foggi…
 
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…
 
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…
 
In this episode of the BikeJames Podcast I interview Chuck McGee III, a breathwork specialist from Northern California. Chuck is featured in the book Breath as the man who introduced the author James Nestor to the WIm Hof Method and someone has helped me a lot on my own breathwork journey. In this interview I share some of my own breathwork journey…
 
For episode 12 I was lucky enough to have Cam Cole on, the first kiwi guy to win a World Championships in Downhill with his junior win at 2006 World Champs in Rotorua, we dig in to the career he went on to have in racing following that and how he beat all the tough challenges that were put in front of him to also claim 6 World Cup podiums, to now w…
 
Was great to chat with the 2018 World Cup Downhill overall champion and 2019 World Cup runner up Amaury Pierron, Amaury has made an impressive rise to the top of the sport, but not without plenty of hurdles and some adversity along the way, he credits this for helping him to have strong mind and also to enjoy all the moments along the way and enjoy…
 
In this new episode of the BikeJames Podcast I cover... Training Grip strength training for mountain biking: What to do, when to do it and why some common grip strength exercises aren’t very MTB specific. Skills Avoid the “Attack Position” - Why spending too much time in this position makes it harder to steer and maneuver your bike. Bro Science Eff…
 
Michael Kolar was a World tour road cyclist and raced several years alongside Peter Sagan as a domestique before finishing up his racing career at the end of 2018 to manage the VIP program for his Bora Hansgrohe team, and chase his new goal of becoming a Enduro World Series MTB racer, here we discuss his journey as a pro and how the transition to M…
 
As Yoann announced he will take a year away from racing to start his coaching business I thought what better time to get him on for a chat, he discusses the reasons behind his decision also how he became a pro and his thoughts on the sport currently and what he would like to improve. Sorry but both mine and Yoanns internet connections weren't the b…
 
It was great to have Billy Bolt on for Episode 7, a guy I have always been a fan of but never knew too much about his sport and story. Billy explains his quick rise to becoming a Factory rider in Hard Enduro after a great first ride to 5th at Erzberg, to then becoming WESS Champion in 2018 and having a nasty and complicated leg injury and his recov…
 
In this podcast I cover... Skills Trackstands: The most under-rated skill in mountain biking. At its core this is the skill of balancing without any momentum. The slower you are going the more you need your slow speed balance. Skills like switchbacks, technical climbs and rock gardens all require this skill. Allows you to use skill instead of momen…
 
For Episode 5 I speak to Aussie rider Josh Button and he discuss's his road to becoming a Pro rider and the tough ups and downs along the way which lead to him taking some time away from the sport and then to coming back and getting on the podium at Cairns World Cup in 2016, and going back to work the next week. This episode shows truely how brutal…
 
In this episode I cover... Training - The 3 Axioms of MTB Training: Behind every technique on your bike is a movement skill your body requires - you can’t control your bike if you can’t control your body. Athleticism is contextual - movement demands are specific to the environment. Mindful movement practice helps to supplement the rest of your trai…
 
George Bennett New Zealand's most successful road cyclists describes his journey from XC racing in NZ and traveling the NZ national series and having a disaster at the World Champs in Italy, which lead to transitioning to trying to race as road cyclist and then becoming the first kiwi to win a World Tour Road race and what its like to be in the lea…
 
In this episode of the BikeJames Podcast I talk about a few topics and how they can help your training and riding. On Bike Movement Skills Inside hand pressure for front wheel traction during cornering - The #1 thing you need to focus on to corner with precision. Bro Science 1 Set vs. Multiple Sets for Strength Training - Why you need both for best…
 
In Part Two Nigel digs deep in to when he retired from racing and was wondering what next.. when he came up with the idea to start a race team and how that materialised to be team Chain Reaction Cycles Intense and now Nukeproof, and from there he goes in to how it worked out that he signed Sam Hill to his team, and some stories from being his team …
 
In part one of his episode Nigel Page leads us through his road from BMX racing as a kid and teenager to working in a council office and chasing the UK club and Rave scene, to finally becoming a pro rider in his mid twenties and some of the adventures of traveling the DH World Cup circuit in the late 90s and early 2000s.…
 
I’ve always thought of mountain biking as a great way for men and women to come together. My wife and I ride together, I’ve had several female riding buddies over the years and, in general, if a girl was willing to show up and get a little dirty, she was welcomed into the group. Unfortunately, over the last few years I’ve seen the slow creep of the…
 
Joe Nation shares his story on his tough and unique road to go from doing clinical drug trials in order to finance his racing and sleeping in bushes around Europe racing World Cup downhill races to now finally becoming a professional rider on the World Enduro circuit.By TheWynorLose
 
In this podcast I share my insights in the concept of Riding For A Lifetime. Based on my own journey with getting older along with my 30 years of strength training experience - 20 years of it as a fitness professional and 15+ years focusing on mountain bikers - this concept is based on one simple idea... There is a difference between training for s…
 
First, I hope that this podcast finds you healthy and safe. Mountain biking is an important part of our lives but there are much bigger things that a lot of people are going through and I hope that you're doing as well as you can with the situation. With that said, I know that a lot of riders find themselves trying to figure out how to modify their…
 
Special 2 hour episode! Rulers and Riders explores the early career of Johnny Paycheck aka Donny Young and his collaborations with Faron Young, Ray Price, Roger Miller, Bobby Austin, Wynn Stewart, Merle Haggard, Buck Owens and George Jones along with "Deep Cuts and Chestnuts" from Dick Curless, Hank Williams, Jake Penrod, New Riders of the Purple S…
 
Have you ever heard the saying that “to achieve what others can’t, you must be willing to do what others won’t”? Of course, you can use this saying to motivate you to work out or watch what you eat...and you should, because those are important things...but I’d argue that you should also use it to motivate you to get more sleep. Most people reading …
 
In this episode of the BikeJames Podcast, I recap the 3 lessons I took away over the course of the two day skills and fitness camp I hosted a few weeks ago. All four riders who made the trip made some big breakthroughs with how they moved on and off the bike and I hope that these lessons can help you too. They are: The importance of Isometric Train…
 
Last week I posted a review of a new soft tissue tool I’ve been using called the Boomstick. At roughly 2 feet long and weighing 20 pounds, it opens up ways to address tightness and mobility that I didn’t know existed. Having a long history with the foam roller I thought I knew a lot when it came to improving recovery and mobility through soft tissu…
 
In the book Sapiens - which I highly recommend BTW - the author talks about the superpowers that separate humans from other animals. We have a couple of them but the one that I like to focus on is the ability to purposefully affect our future-selves. Unlike other animals that are only focused on the present, humans can see into the future and proje…
 
By the time you get this podcast I’ll be on my way back from a seminar in Seattle. It’s hosted by Joel Jamieson for his Bioforce Certified Coaches and I’m looking forward to sharing some of what I learned with you over the next few weeks. In the meantime, though, here is a new BikeJames Podcast. Here are some notes from what I cover in this episode…
 
One of the recurring themes in my life lately is the need to identify the right problem before you can come up with the right solution. Sometimes we think the problem is one thing and work like crazy to find answer to it only to be frustrated over and over again because we were seeing the wrong thing. From life to training to riding your bike, it i…
 
Hope you had a great holiday weekend. I had a good one myself, getting some riding in with Aka the Trail Mutt. Aka is getting a little older - just like his master - but he just refuses to slow down. I joke that he gets me out as much as I get him out but it’s true...without his enthusiasm for getting out on the trail as much as possible I probably…
 
This week I’ve got a new BikieJames Podcast for you. A lot has happened since the last one and I had a few interesting topics to share, including... The opening of my new Catalyst Training Facility in Fruita CO Rider Q&A: Is speed determined by power? Why your handlebars are too wide Resistance Bands: Why I like them and some experiments with them …
 
This week I’ve got a new podcast to share with you. Instead of a single topic, I had a few random things that wouldn’t make for a whole episode alone so I put them together into this BikeJames Podcast. In this episode I cover… Knee Stomp vs. Hip Stomp: Why “stomp your feet” can be a bad coaching cue for jumping or manualing your bike. The importanc…
 
Featuring pedal steel guitarist and stop motion animation pioneer Sneaky Pete Kleinow 1. Tennessee Border-Red Foley 2. Big Wheel-Planet Rockers 3. I'm Coming Home-Johnny Horton 4. Hot Burrito #1-Flying Burrito Brothers 5. My Uncle-Flying Burrito Brothers 6. Lookout Heart-The Country Side of Harmonica Sam 7. Boot Heel Drag-Bob Wills and his Texas Pl…
 
Low Brow Customs is celebrating 15 years in business. The company was one of the first to offer online retail for garage built choppers due to the vision of founder Tyler Malinky. We talk about the nascent chopper scene of the early 2000s, how it has grown and where it is headed. We talk about his journey from humble Cleveland sign maker to success…
 
This week featuring the Bluegrass work of country legend Keith Whitley 1.Bill Haley and the Saddlemen-Rocket 88 2.Something I Said-Ray Condo and the Ricochets 3.Katy Dailey-Ralph Stanley and the Clinch Mountain Boys 4.Rock Bottom-Ralph Stanley and the Clinch Mountain Boys 5.Write This Down-George Strait 6.Train Leaves Here This Morning-Gene Clark 7…
 
My talk with drummer Laura Harris of the Washington, DC rock band Ex Hex. You can follow the band on their Instagram @exhexband and see them on their upcoming tour of the USA and Europe 04/02/19Richmond, VARichmond Music Hall 04/03/19Philadelphia, PAUnion Transfer 04/04/19New York, NYBowery Ballroom 04/05/19Portsmouth, NHThe Press Room 04/06/19Mont…
 
1.After Your Good Times Gone-Nervous Eaters 2.Last Night-Scientists 3.No, Your Products-Saints 4.Nobody Knows-Raspberries 5.Pill Box-Joneses 6.New Generation-Zero Boys 7.Noise Boys-Toxic Reasons 8.Can’t Tell No One-Negative Approach 9.Wild Weekend-Zeros 10.Come Inside-Problematics 11.Picture My Face-Teenage Head 12.Look What You’re Doing-Rationals …
 
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