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Lillian tackles your money overwhelm with practical, approachable financial advice (with a dash of glitter.) This is budgeting advice from someone that doesn't assume you're straight with a salary, retirement account, 2.5 kids, or a white picket fence. You'll get helpful advice for folks left out by traditional finance, you'll learn to reduce money stress and prioritize your values. Got a question for the show? Email questions@ohmydollar.com
 
All Aboard, The Podcast Xpress is about to depart Nonsense Station! Listen to hosts (Ryan Warsen and Christian Mandrell) talk through compromises, trying new things, life's toughest questions, and various other segments. We know the work week can be tough, we're trying to take you for a fun filled ride of laughter. Hopefully you enjoy, and if you do please subscribe and follow us on Instagram and Twitter at PodcastXpress
 
Business S.H.E.T is a weekly podcast hosted by Mimi G. founder of Mimi G Style, Inc. and Sew It Academy. Mimi G has built a million-dollar business from her hobby and now shares her experience in starting, building and growing a business in a no fluff, straight-up approach. The podcast will discuss topics of business and self-development that Mimi G wished someone had told her before she leaped into the world of self-employment. Using life experience, business highs and lows and candid comme ...
 
All New. All Different. All of the Above: The greatest addition to your life routine. For six years, All of the Above radio was the greatest music and storytelling podcast under the radar. If you did get to hear it, you were privy to the best indie music and enjoyed the best in entertaining interviews, opinions and perspective. Now comes All New, All Different, All of the Above. More stories, more passion, more entertainment with no music to slow the momentum. Laughter, learning, and introsp ...
 
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Lillian Karabaic is the founder of the wildly successful personal finance website (AKA “lifestyle blog” ) Oh My Dollar! And today we talk to her about not only the confounding nature of a bicycle commuter learning to work from home but also the challenge of creating a non-alcoholic whiskey substitute! Brock & Armando both tried OMTea and loved it, …
 
Ryan, how do you feel about Route 15 dropping? I'm Thankful. Christian, how do you feel about having 2 compromises of the week? I'm Thankful. Ryan, how do you feel about Turkey Nonsense? I'm Thankful. Christian & Ryan, how you feel about your Thanksgiving draft picks? We're Thankful. And how do you feel about all the Life's Toughest Questions? We'r…
 
It's been far too long, but the Podcast Xpress is back on the tracks. We're coming back strong with the 14th Route. We share the compromise of the week, some BAD jokes (toot), words that sound dirty, but actually are not. We even have a surprise guest appearance where Jerry Seinfeld reviews our show! Make sure you stick around to hear the guys answ…
 
Today we talk with Kiel Johnson (founder of Go By Bike, North America’s largest bike valet) about his involvement with Cully Green, As always, thanks to our nationally recognized “top beer bar in Oregon” beverage sponsor, The Beer Mongers on SE12th and Division, now open for more than 4,000 days consecutively. They have a patio outside the place an…
 
This week’s episode combines an interview from 2011 with bike builder Tom, who used to run Tom’s Cargo Bikes, and a few conversations with EJ & Eric, previous owners of his craftsmanship from 2020. Producer Brock currently owns and rides #53 (lamplighter tall) & #95 (EJ’s bakfiets). Eric’s cargo swingbike is currently in the custody of the Corvidae…
 
Karen & Keith were interested in bicycle camping, and so they went out to try it for the first time! We talk about what the experience was like from the perspective of someone who’s new to the idea. Routefinding, traffic & road surfaces, tire sizes, tents, and camp stoves, and much more. Follow Karen at @pogschampion and Keith at @eyeletsandoptions…
 
Harry Hugel is a listener who is the weekend guy at Rivendell Bicycles (though they are closed on weekends for now), a big coffee fan, and likes to get out on a ramble in the hills from time to time. Brock & Armando talk with Harry about his time listening to the show, his experience on the bike, and whether guys with head colds are jerks. Thanks t…
 
this week we’re sharing a portion of an episode recorded with Dan Gebhart (who’s a time traveler) in his memory. The Portland bicycle community lost Dan on September 22 according to an article on BikePortland.org, and we will miss him dearly. A ride in remembrance is planned for him on Sunday, October 18 at 2pm starting at the Mt. Scott Community C…
 
this show’s cohosts in August 2017 Our two newest cohosts, Joan & Armando, join Aaron to chat about getting into public, and when to retreat. Thanks to our nationally recognized “top beer bar in Oregon” beverage sponsor, The Beer Mongers, now open for more than 4,000 days consecutively. They have a patio outside the place and, if you’re lucky, you …
 
We’re excited to bring you an excerpt from the great podcast We Got To Hang Out, now hosted by Christopher Stricklen (of @Photo.Pace, among other things!); Christopher was kind enough to send this snippet of episode 65 with Kofi Kyei of @Ride4Unity in which they discusses the dynamics of the Black experience in the US and the UK. Listen, and subscr…
 
incredible map art from InTheReads! you can get a copy for your wall on Etsy. Guthrie logs on the tell Aaron & Armando what it’s like spending some time in the woods and a small town in Eastern Oregon. Thanks to our nationally recognized “top beer bar in Oregon” beverage sponsor, The Beer Mongers, now open for more than 4,000 days consecutively. Th…
 
We’re joined by Cameron Whitten, notable for many admirable projects and involvements, cofounder of the Black Resilience Fund, a direct financial assistance program spurred into existence by awareness of the ongoing needs of black Portlanders in these unusual times. Cameron shares their experiences in life that led them to the point of being able t…
 
Kirk Seyfert & Abdullah Mustafa from The Northwest Hub join the show to discuss this pro-human bike shop and its programs honoring and empowering the humanity, dignity, and value of every person that needs a bicycle! We chat about Abdul’s Everesting Challenge and how much climbing he recently did, the Frame Up program he was fundraising for, the hi…
 
this episode originally aired in July 2015, and we brig it to you due to the holiday weekend and our production schedule needing a break! see you next week! also, this week’s show is released at a time when devastating wildfires have seriously affected many places on the West Coast. we stand in solidarity with all who have been affected by these tr…
 
this week’s show is released at a time when devastating wildfires have seriously affected many places on the West Coast. we stand in solidarity with all who have been affected by these tragic events and encourage those who are able to donate to reputable charities that are assisting with relief efforts. Russ Roca of The Path Less Pedaled is our gue…
 
Jené Etheridge is not only a renowned Portland DJ (@DJblackdaria) of @wegotnextpdx, @nochelibrepdx, and @everydaymixtapes, but also the founder of the Black Liberation Ride, an annual celebration of culture on bikes holding space for BIPOC Portlanders. We spend a little time talking to her about this year’s ride and her adventures on and off the bi…
 
Chris Smith is still our choice for the Oregon tri-county regional government election for Metro Councilor this fall (we spoke with him last on episode 505), and he rejoins us to explain his platform particulars at this stage of the process. He talks about the primary election results from earlier in the year, compares to an opponent in the race, t…
 
photo by Another Believer, under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license. Aaron & Anna’s neighbor Larry shares his experience getting into bicycling, and they each trade compliments. Guest cohost Armando, Portland’s mayor of bike fun, joins in Guthrie’s absence. Also, Guthrie is quarantining on the road by riding where no one …
 
Aaron & Guthrie record a show in Sellwood Park while keeping their distance, and include Anna & Steven in the fun. Discussed: tragically dangerous accidents in personal experience, saddle end-of-life and attempted repairs, and whether there is any mountain biking to be had in Portland. Thanks to our nationally recognized “top beer bar in Oregon” be…
 
Jonny Moses, an experienced outward bound leader and adventure seeker, took up the task of recording his trip on the gdmbr (Great Divide Mountain Bike Route) to produce The Path Divided, an excellent film! Follow his work on Instagram: @jonnymosesoutside Thanks to our nationally recognized “top beer bar in Oregon” beverage sponsor, The Beer Mongers…
 
Tito Flores rejoins the show to give a more detailed account of his ambition to ride a rural route through the forest outside of Missoula! Fine Print Produced at STREAM PDX thanks to Open Signal music: Ryan J. Lane (intro & outro) & Hurtbird (headlines) graphic design: Marcus Norman web: http://thesprocketpodcast.com email us: thesprocketpodcast@gm…
 
Aaron & Guthrie discuss physically distanced picnics, levels of meticulousness in bicycle modifications, and what Aaron describes as performance “within acceptable parameters.” Calendar: August 15th – Swift Summit 200/100 V.4 in Lebanon, OR August 16th – Swift Summit NW Hill Climb (location unknown) September 12 – The Ladd’s 500, Fifth First Annual…
 
We are sharing this archived episode after learning of the passing of former guest Zed Bailey. We were saddened to hear of this and our condolences are with those who were close to him. If you or anyone you know need help, reach out. The national suicide prevention lifeline is 1-800-273-8255, and Oregon’s location-specific resources may be found at…
 
Mary McGowan, winner of the American Cycling Association’s Greg Siple Award, joins us to talk about leading bike tours for young people, momentum bike clubs, and what she appreciates about getting out on two wheels. Follow Mary at rebelwithoutacar.com. Thanks to our nationally recognized “top beer bar in Oregon” beverage sponsor, The Beer Mongers, …
 
Long-time-listener Peanut Butter Jar Matt joins us to chat about his rides in New Jersey and his time following the show! And Aaron joins with his brother to talk about the bone-shaking gravel ride they took through Montana’s Bitterroot Mountains. Thanks to our nationally recognized “top beer bar in Oregon” beverage sponsor, The Beer Mongers, and, …
 
Kurstin Graham is the author of bikepackingnv.blog and has spent a lot of time helping others find adventure in northern Nevada. He recently took a bikefishing trip in the Toiyabe Range, among other adventures. He’s also involved with the Reno Bike Project, which repurposes abandoned bikes following the Burning Man festival, and has spent some time…
 
ᐸᐠᐊᐧᒋᓂᓂ (“bugwajiniinii”, or Dan) has been with The Sprocket Podcast since its beginning, and has years of experience in bicycle maintenance, riding, instruction, advocacy with Bike Bemidji, and coffee outside. We had the pleasure to ask him about his experiences and perspective as an enrolled member of the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe as we spoke wit…
 
As we travel deeper into 2020, restaurant dining rooms and patios across the country are opening their doors to the public again. Would you go out? Do you think it's too soon? Are you just ready for life again? Hear my opinions on that and more. We're now on Google Podcasts.
 
We joined Tim at the Pedalshift Project for an edition of his Bicycle Tour Draft, a “fantasy draft pick” exercise in which we assemble our hypothetical gear for a hypothetical tour. As with any fantasy sport, the competition can get heated, and small things turn into big things! Cast your vote for the winner – Tim says: “Winner will be determined b…
 
first this week, a message from Brock, Aaron & Guthrie that BLACK LIVES MATTER. we need to do better at hearing and elevating black voices in America. please join us in listening, learning, and changing. We all have a collection of bike parts if we do any amount of maintenance on our machines, and after Aaron posted a photo of an obscure part, we i…
 
How the heck do you pick financial goals when 1 in 4 people are unemployed, there are murder hornets, police are battering people in the streets for having the audacity to say that black men shouldn't die at the hands of cops, and everything feels a little...well, stressful? When the world is on fire, how can you care about your 401K? AND HOW CAN Y…
 
The recent death of George Floyd and the protests that followed have sparked lots of thoughts and feelings across the country. Personally, it sparked a memory of Colin Kaepernick and his protests of police brutality. Listen in as we dive into the All of the Above radio archives to give you thoughts from August of 2016 and how they tie in to the wor…
 
this is a rebroadcast of our episode with Daniel from 2015! we look forward to bringing you another new studio show next week. Daniel Harkins is our friend, a member of Team Sincerity, and also was deployed through the National Guard to fight wildfires in Washington state’s forested areas. We invite him in to ask about his experiences and what he l…
 
Image from page 62 of “Wheels and wheeling; an indispensable handbook for cyclists, with over two hundred illustrations” (1892) We speak with long-time listener, donor, and friend of the show Sebastièn Poule about his experiences with bicycling and mechanics in Sonoma County, and a little about public land and wildlife encounters! He’s the one who …
 
It’s a good time to reach out to our long-time donors and friends of the show – quarantining ourselves from our studio and our usual in-person interviews opens up the opportunity to connect with folks who have been with us for awhile. Today: Keith Hutchison, listener and supporter from Indianapolis, who’s an instigator in the city’s bike fun scene …
 
Meghan Sinnott joins us to explain how the inability to safely hold group ride events for Bike Fun as usual for Portland in June may actually be an opportunity to make future iterations of Pedalpalooza even more creative, inclusive, and exciting. Visit pedalpalooza.org and follow hashtag #pedalpaloozapdx to stay up to date on the newest happenings!…
 
In Route 13 Christian and Ryan discover new segments along the trek. They stop at some familiar places as well, and even return to Christians old stomping grounds, Only in Indiana. The Podcast Xpress is a family friendly comedy podcast centered around sheer and utter nonsense. Hopefully we can make you laugh or at least make your quarantine get by …
 
Tim Mooney joins us as a perennial friend of the show and, of course, host of Pedalshift, the definitely best show on the internet about bicycle touring! He recently completed a “wilderness style” no-contact tour of the C & O Trail near Washington, DC before the campsites were closed, and ruminates with us on the future of bicycle touring after a g…
 
Ryan and Christian are back with the Podcast Xpress, this time taking the train along a fun filled Route from Nonsense Station to a Weekly Compromise, Take a Stance Oh My Greek God, and ending at Life's Toughest Questions. Please rate & subscribe, make sure to check us out on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter @podcastxpress. Email us: thepodcastxpre…
 
Sam Appelbaum joins us from B-Line Sustainable Urban Delivery! The cargo-tricycle-based logistics company has a few things up its hard-working sleeves, such as the Greater good box and Green Wheels from local market New Seasons. Sam also chats about trains, hammocks, COVID-19 era coworking, and the Skyline Tavern Tuesday ride! Thanks to our nationa…
 
Pedalshift & The Sprocket Podcast have been getting together for online happy hours in these unusual times. This is the fourth, recorded on April 17, 2020, also featuring friends of the show who joined the conversation! Stay tuned to the news on our social media feeds for info about the next, or visit pedalshift.net/happyhour to view old video and …
 
Ryan Hashagen joins us to talk about his adventures on land and sea. He’s made a go at traveling all of the waterways in human powered boats, and getting rides from strangers as well. We also chat about his visit to Cuba. Check out his incredible photography on Instagram. Thanks to our nationally recognized “top beer bar in Oregon” beverage sponsor…
 
Pedalshift & The Sprocket Podcast have been getting together for online happy hours in these unusual times. This is the third, recorded on April 10, 2020, featuring friends of the show as well who joined the conversation! Stay tuned to the news on our social media feeds for info about the next, or visit pedalshift.net/happyhour to view old video an…
 
Having more time at home has caused me to get back on Facebook. And while I was there, I found a music survey that was kinda fun. So instead of just listing it on FB, I decided to turn it into an interactive show. Here's the survey:Please do copy the text below and answer the questions for yourself. If you wanna discuss, email me at alloftheabovera…
 
After a long break, I am back with new content. The loss of Bill Withers gives me some very strong memories and thoughts. Sit back and reminisce with me. Song credits: Lovely Day (1977) is written by Bill Withers and Skip Scarborough Can we pretend (1974) is written by Bill Withers and Denise Nicholas…
 
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