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Best The Slow Ride Podcast podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best The Slow Ride Podcast podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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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.
 
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 ...
 
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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…
 
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…
 
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 …
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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 …
 
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…
 
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. …
 
Oh boy. We get in the weeds a lot on this pod, but this week is all-time; We GM American cycling, rate the best auto-bicycle collabs, and decide which retired pro's are doing it best. AND MORE! It's a big one. This podcast is supported by the generous and amazing donors to the Wide Angle Podium Network. The poddy is also supported by Grimpeur Bros.…
 
Edie Littlefield Sundby was arrogantly healthy when she received word that she had stage-four gallbladder cancer. The doctors gave her three months to live. "I had to kill cancer before it killed me," Sundby said. Seventy-nine rounds of chemotherapy, five-and-a-half years, and four radical surgeries later, she was in remission. The battle took half…
 
We've made it to July! Listen now in to hear the guidance for the month ahead, complete with a monthly tool, and weekly tools to help guide you as you go through this month. THE THEME FOR JULY 2020: If you 're always racing to the next moment, what happens to the one you're in? Slow down and enjoy the ride. WEEK ONE: Monday, July 6- Sunday, July 12…
 
This week on the pod we may be down a host, but that won't stop us from handing out the best cycling advice in the universe. This week we explore all the rumors and rumblings in the cycling world, as well as answering some fantastic listener mail, and of course; defending Florida. This week we are supported by WORX Hydroshot portable washer! Just i…
 
When Jonathan Roldan was departing for a year-long job at a remote hotel on the East Cape of Baja, he needed a break. He had already had multiple careers as a fishing guide, deckhand, chef, broadcast journalist, 900-number entrepreneur, and, most recently, an attorney. A year in Baja would be a nice break from his stress-filled life as a courtroom …
 
Mike Gatto, former California state Assemblymember for the 43rd Assembly District and legislative champion for safer streets, has been getting around LA without a car for almost a decade.plus: Zachary Rynew, a.k.a Ciclavalley, Zooms with us about bikes and economics from a block party at 39:53Bruce Bellamy, LA bike legend, chats with us after his J…
 
In her new book, The Undocumented Americans, Karla Cornejo Villavicencio writes about delivery men, housekeepers, and day laborers — the undocumented immigrants who are often ignored while the media focuses its attention on Dreamers. "I wanted to learn about them as the weirdos we all are outside of our jobs," she writes.…
 
This week we answer the important questions, like; Why is Littleguy Littleguy? Is Cervelo going to ruin everything? Did Tim get a trophy? Did we really go 300 episodes without a correction? Find the answers to all this and more! This week we are supported by WORX Hydroshot portable washer! Just in time for spring classics season, and gravel trainin…
 
After a brief break, we are back to making bad decisions, heading into the bars, and catching-up with Tennessee's Ghost Girl, Miranda Young of Ghost Biker Explorations. Join us for scooter talk, bar reviews and ghost stories! #paranormal #ghost #divebar #vespa #scooter #weeknites #thebrick #parkeys #bar #pub #whiskey #lambretta #ufo #bigfoot #consp…
 
In this Father's Day Edition of Slow Baja, we talk to fifteen-year-old off-road racer Jax Redline. At two-years-old, he started riding a Yamaha PW50 dirt bike with training wheels. He was so fast, his father had to tie a rope to the bike to keep young Jax from racing away. By the time he was in kindergarten, he had competed at national events like …
 
It's finally here, episode 300. Somehow we've all made it here and no one is quite sure who to blame. But, whoever is at fault, celebrate with us this week, and of course pick yourself up the first EVER official SRP merch at wideanglepodium.com/srp300 This week we are supported by WORX Hydroshot portable washer! Just in time for spring classics sea…
 
Enjoy listening in on this intuitive reading I did for Nicole, who recently lost two people she loved to Covid19. To book your reading with me, visit kelekilove.com today and save 15% on your first session when you use the code: HOW15 in the booking notes. Support the show at buymeacoffee.com/thecoloringbookcoach--- Send in a voice message: https:/…
 
Bike Co-ops in quarantine: Jane Voodikon and Rachel Horn, Bikerowave boardmembers; Peters Bammes and Choi, Bike Kitchen board members, with Claude Eshaghian, 'cook.'Bucket Bikes with Marven Norman, bike and infrastructure savant, and Rebecca Resman, co-founder of Chicago Family Biking.(25:31)Protesters, Police, and Bikes: Armin Rosen, a NYC reporte…
 
David Kier is a humble historian who has been traveling to Baja since the early '60s. With a copy of Gerhard and Gulick's Lower California Guide Book -known as the "Baja Bible," he sat between his parents on the bench seat of the Jeep Wagoneer as their trusted navigator. He read the map, followed the odometer, the "bible," and kept his father abrea…
 
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