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The Pinkbike Podcast
Episode 130 - Aaron Gwin on High-Pivot DH Bikes, Riding with Eli Tomac, and Chasing the Money

The Pinkbike Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 77:13


We also get into how much suspension design matters when racing World Cups, training with John Tomac, and if he really is "chasing the money" by switching sponsors.

The BikeRadar Podcast
New bikes at the 2022 Tour de France

The BikeRadar Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 40:33


Ahead of the year's biggest bike race, Simon, Jack and Ashley gaze into the crystal ball and ponder what new bikes we might see at this year's Tour de France. There are a few which have just been announced, as well as some we've already spotted in the wild, but have yet to be officially launched. Bikes such as the new Trek Madone SLR, Scott Foil RC and Pinarello Bolide F (and more) are all dissected, plus how these new bikes might affect the racing. For more on bike tech from the 2022 Tour de France, head to www.BikeRadar.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Big Bike BMX
Season 3: Episode 16: SE Bikes Island Rideout Preview

Big Bike BMX

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 58:50


Isaac and Craig talk to Jeff, organizer of the SE Bikes Island Rideout in Galveston, Texas. Find more details at http://islandrideout.comFollow Isaac:http://www.instagram.com/bigbikebmxFollow Craig:http://www.instagram.com/80s_BMX_CraigGet Big Bike BMX Merch:http://www.bigbikebmx.comShow sponsor:Knight Bike Cohttp://www.knightbikeco.comEtnies BMX https://www.etnies.com/us/collections/bike/Old Bones Therapyhttp://oldbonestherapy.comIsaac and Craig are sponsored by:CrushedMX gloveshttps://www.crushedmxmoto.com/RideOutSupplyhttp://rideoutsupply.comPhoenixBikeCompanyhttp://phoenixbikecompany.comKnightBikeCohttp://knightbikeco.comOldBones Therapyhttp://oldbonestherapy.comSchmuck'd Up Beard Productshttp://schmuckdup.comKoolStop Brake Padshttp://koolstop.comMenders: Love & Leadership in Health SystemsMenders reimagine what is possible in healthcare to creatively address structural...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Clarity Cafe PodcastA little self-help & a lot of laughs in this sip-sized podcast full of good vibesListen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Leadership SchoolConversations from around the world inspiring you to be an extraordinary leader.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

Wheeler in The Morning with Jasmin Laine and Tyler Carr

NFL Pro-Bowl Quarterback Jake Plummer joins the show. Follow the show on social media:@TylerCarrfm@JasminLaine@Energy106fmTyler Carr on Tik Tok 

Perry Hall Family Worship Center
Motorcycle Sunday

Perry Hall Family Worship Center

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 35:40


In today's podcast, we hear testimonies from members of the Christian Motorcycle Association. For those who don't know about the Christian Motorcycle Association, they are a group of believers who have a passion for God, motorcycles and friendships. For more info on the Christian Motorcycle Association click the link: https://cmausa.org

KA-POW! The Pop Cultured Podcast
Ka-Pow the Pop Cultured Podcast #338 Kids on Bikes RPG part 1

KA-POW! The Pop Cultured Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 150:02


Ka-Pow the Pop Cultured Podcast kicks off our inaugural RPG session of "Kids on Bikes!"  It's the Labor Day weekend of 1987 in small town Marietta, Ohio and for Sam, Robert and Conrad all they have on their minds are bike races, parades and fair games.  Will a little mysterious green goo and a spooky cemetery ruin their holiday fun?  Tune in to "Grave Decisions," Episode One: "First Settlement" as GM Seth guides our guest Jesse Starcher of the Source Material Comics Podcast and gaming newbies Cliff and Jordan on a nostalgic adventure through their own back yards! Length - 02:30:02 Language - R. (Contains adult language.)

NBDA: Bicycle Retail Radio
Perfecting How Bikes Move

NBDA: Bicycle Retail Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 50:19


This episode's guest is Taylor Essick, CEO & Co-Founder of Kitzuma Cycling Logistics. For the last 20 years, Taylor has had his finger on the pulse of the bike shipping and logistics industry. With the launch of Kitzuma Cycling Logistics in 2020, he is using that experience to help simplify the way bikes move for bike companies and the cyclists they serve. In this episode we will not only get to know Taylor and the company Kitzuma, but also explore the ways retailers and brands can work with Kitzuma, their partnerships, and advice for retailers navigating shipping and logistics forward. Support the show

Ready Set Revue
Talking Tacos Episode 75: The Boys Fall Off Their Bikes

Ready Set Revue

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 63:57


The boys have been Talking Tacos for 75 episodes. What better way to celebrate than with a surprise special (and returning guest) Neil from Shore Sauce! As he promised way back in episode 48, Neil would randomly turn up in the Green Room on a Tuesday night with a new hot sauce for us to try. Coming in hot (all pun intended) Neil brings us a sneak peak of his new flavor, Sunrise. This sauce was complex, hot, and delicious, like the women we date. We also commemorate (early) the culmination of Doctor Dave's one year art project that has turned into something so much more, @that_whiteboard. Meme of the week is Biden falling off his bike. Gronk retires (again) and Matt doesn't like queso. It's a classic Talking Tacos episode for number 75 and we couldn't be higher and happier!

Secrets From The Saddle: All things Cycling PODCAST
246. NEW EGYPTIAN MONTU Gravel Bikes & Endurance Apparel | Hani Morsi

Secrets From The Saddle: All things Cycling PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 64:57


A great story about how I got to know Hani and purchase one of his MONTU GRAVEL Bikes. As you can appreciate BIKES ARE EXPENSIVE and not available. So when I came across the MONTU Gravel bike for less than a mortgage payment, I was interested in learning more. I further found out that it's their own brand and some available and to order it only took 2mo, PLUS they were local. I WAS IN. Breaking from the norm as I usually do, I purchased a MONTU Gravel BIke and I'm loving the ride.

The Path Bike Shop Podcast
"Thwappiness"

The Path Bike Shop Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 72:43


Tani and Auk are back with another podcast, they talk Sky Park dig days, Kitsuma shipping service, 5dev components, Tani's new Giant Trance and nerd out about how to determine fork stiffness. 

The Pink Tron
Bikes For Breakfast

The Pink Tron

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 38:15


Brent, Chris, Lauren, and (eventually) Sean gather over pancakes to discuss the week in Herd racing as well as optimal race timing.

Nowhere Fast: A Virtual Bike Racing Podcast
Episode 38 - Unbound Home Triathlons

Nowhere Fast: A Virtual Bike Racing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 56:01


Kevin, Mike, and Zach were going to take the fake bikes to the real world at Unbound, but none of them made it there, because excuses. Also, Kevin tried a home triathlon in the name of finding fitness and lived to tell the story.  Nowhere Fast is a member of the Wide Angle Podium network. To support this podcast and help pay for the Zwift Hall of Fame space, head to wideanglepodium.com to become a member of the network and support what we do.  Follow Mike on Twitter at @mikeswart, Kevin at @theadkbh, and Zach at @TheShoeStar.  To keep up to date on all our real coverage of fake bike racing, subscribe via Apple Podcasts or Spotify.   

Chicago Beer Pass
Chicago Beer Pass: Beer, Bikes, & Baseball

Chicago Beer Pass

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022


Welcome to the Chicago Beer Pass: Your ticket to all the great beer events happening in and around Chicago.On this episode of Chicago Beer Pass, Brad Chmielewski and Nik White are drinking cans of Picnic Island from Begyle Brewing because when it’s summertime a refreshing Cream Ale really hits the spot. As the guys drink these beers they talk about stops at Printer’s Row Brewing for their 1 year anniversary, Hubbard’s Cave, Sketchbook Brewing, and a couple trips to SOX Park. Summer seems to be in full swing when the guys are doing multiple brewery stops on the weekend.Having issues listening to the audio? Try the MP3 (68.4MB) or subscribe to the podcast on iTunes!

KRDO Newsradio 105.5 FM • 1240 AM • 92.5 FM
Venetucci Farm Summer of Flowers and Fun - June 24, 2022- KRDO Midday Edition

KRDO Newsradio 105.5 FM • 1240 AM • 92.5 FM

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 6:56


Pikes Peak Community Foundation (PPCF) and Pikes Peak Real Estate Foundation (PPREF) today announced a slate of summer activities at Venetucci Farm, a beloved community icon that celebrates the legacy of Nick and Bambi Venetucci, as it marks the one year anniversary of new management with Gather Mountain Blooms, an urban flower farm.  Below is a listing of summer events held at Venetucci Farm, 5210 S. U.S. Highway 85 87, Colorado Springs, CO 80911:  Rocky Mountain Flower Fest – Bluegrass concert festival mixed with a farm full of flowers! o Saturday, June 25 – 2:00-10:00 P.M.  $65 general admission, $95 VIP Whiskey Tasting experience + GA, $25 Kids under 10  You-Pick Flower Field Opens o OPENING DAY Saturday, July 2 – 8:00-11:30 A.M. o Weekly Thursdays 5:30-7:30P.M., Friday & Saturdays 8:00-11:30 A.M.  $5 admission, $20 per cup of flowers  Love Grows Community – Four Thursday evenings where you can cut your own flowers from our fields, and 100% of $5 admission support local nonprofits. o Thursday, July 14 – 5:30-7:30 P.M. supporting Kids on Bikes o Thursday, July 21 – 5:30-7:30 P.M. supporting Inside Out Youth Services o Thursday, July 28 – 5:30-7:30 P.M. supporting Bloom House o Thursday, August 4 – 5:30-7:30 P.M. supporting Dream Catchers Equine Rescue  $5 admission, $20 per cup of flowers.

Connected Fitness Forum
E18: Peloton to Disable Cameras and Tonal Says Content is King

Connected Fitness Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 123:41


*DISCUSSION TOPICS*- Peloton to disable the camera on Bikes and Treads? Good idea?- Tonal to add nutrition and mental health content. Should Peloton do that?- Uncle Barry questions instructor autonomy in Time Magazine article. Was he right or wrong? Thoughts?- Peloton Bike or Tread? Which one do you use more? Which experience is better?- Tonal says content is king!  Their company premise historically revolved around digital weights. What does this mean?- Wu Tang Artist Series coming? Excited? Do Artists Series generally draw people? What are the benefits of Artists Series?- Tammy's "misGUIDEed" Adventures! We check in on Tammy's Guide experience!- Guide software update! What did they add?- Chelsea Jackson Robert's class in Time Square! Did anyone attend? How was your experience?- OnePeloton Club now offered online! Rent-to-own a Peloton Bike for $89 per month, Bike+ for $109 per month. Will this increase subscribers?- Peloton Barbara Streisand Artist Series! Who took a class? How was it?- Peloton showrooms offering Summer Friday Live classes! Anyone planning to ride in their local showroom?- Tonal new NYC studio! Will this help them win strength?- Ally Love has a podcast! Anyone listen to it? How was it?- What's up with Apparel not getting any votes for discussion? Are y'all Peloton Apparel'd out?

KCSB
Inside IV: Bikes of Summer

KCSB

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 27:07


Bicycles are popular in Isla Vista, UC Santa Barbara and across Santa Barbara. On this episode, KCSB's Jennifer Zwigl speaks with AS Bike Shop mechanic McKay Kinzie about his enthusiasm for bikes. You'll also get ideas for keeping your bike in top-shape. Later in the show, Michael Velasquez with Bici Centro Santa Barbara speaks about safety and other tips for using ebikes.

The Kayetriot Podcast
Trump Pledges: "No Bikes!"

The Kayetriot Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 15:38


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The Nightfly with Dave Juskow
Bikes, Trains & Automobiles

The Nightfly with Dave Juskow

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 79:33


This week on Juskow in the City we travel from top to bottom. Starting from the Statue of Liberty, all the way up to Harlem and stops in Asbury Park and Times Square in between. Marina Franklin and I had a beautiful outdoor gig in Asbury Park, NJ. Unfortunately, NJ Transit decided to go on strike just in time BUT, it all works out, even though the woman driving us home got so angry she got a parking ticket she began to pelt me with Scones. I only wish I was making that up. Then, trying to find an electric citibike in Harlem that didn't have the electric battery stolen was quite the task. And finally, seeing Mr. Saturday Night for a second time in two weeks to see if Billy Crystal put my line suggestion in. Did he? Listen and see -- on an all new Juskow in the City.

Voxwomen Cycling Podcast
Silke Smulders: Here Comes the Future empowered by Liv

Voxwomen Cycling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 27:00


In the sixth episode of Here Comes the Future empowered by Liv, our host Hannah Walker talks to up and coming dutch talent, Silke Smulders of Liv Racing Xstra. Hannah gets to know Silke's journey to the professional ranks, how and why she started on two wheels, dealing with injury and big goals for the future.    Hannah is also joined by 3 x World Champion, Giorgia Bronzini who talks us through the 6th stage of the Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift on the 29th July 2022. Giorgia's insight gives the listener a unique insight and point of view from a former professional now sports director of the Liv Racing Xstra team. 

Off the Ball
Sunday 19th June 22 - Gordon Waddell

Off the Ball

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 81:31


Elvis, Bikes, Biggest Club Goal You Missed, Dad/Father Themed Music and Terracing Teaser with Stuart, Tam and Gordon Waddell.

The Rush Hour with Bernie, Blewey & Jars Catch-Up - Triple M Adelaide 104.7
FULL SHOW - Matty Nicks | Weekend Voicemail | Accidents on bikes

The Rush Hour with Bernie, Blewey & Jars Catch-Up - Triple M Adelaide 104.7

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 45:43


MATTY NICKS How do you move forward after your loss to the Gold Coast on the weekend? What areas were you focused on during the mid-season review? Do you as a senior coach review your own DNA moving forward? Have you looked at putting some of your younger players in the mid-field? THE RUSH HOUR'S LONG LUNCH The Rush Hour hit a winery in the Hill's yesterday and bumped into Kochie – FUNNY DID YOU HAVE AN ACCIDENT ON A BIKE? THE NANGWARRY SAINTS WIN FIRST GAME SINCE 2014 Captain Jack McKeon & Vice Captain Joel Virtanen from the Nangwarry Saints joins us after the win! VOICEMAIL We check the voicemail after the weekend BERN'S FACTS See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Not Another Monday
Cyclists? Couldn't Be Me

Not Another Monday

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 61:04


Rosie & Mark hang out on this Father's Day to talk about what they did, the new lingo, cyclists, a guy's love for Pepsi, and an update on the elephant.Reach us at namshowcast@gmail.com or follow us on:Instagram @notanothermonTwitter @Mondayanother

1 More with Berman&JicJac
Hoops Dynasties, MLB Betting Diamonds in the rough, Tiny Bikes and Big Lycra, 70's TV Detectives...Good Morning Angels!

1 More with Berman&JicJac

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 52:05


Ryan Hyatt leads the fellas into sports abyss, JicJac doesn't know its only Friday, Berman has a problem with tiny bikes and large Lycra!... plus, Greatest TV cops of the 70's... good Morning Angels!! and Stevie is still watching Golden Girls.

Active Towns
Dutch Bikes in Winnipeg w/ Erin Riediger (video available)

Active Towns

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 67:40


Video version of this episodeThere has been a proliferation of old used Dutch bikes showing up on the streets of Winnipeg and it's a part of a master plan by the Plain Bicycle Project to drop a little "culture bomb" in an effort to make the city of Winnipeg more livable and equitable. Erin previously produced a podcast series simply called the Plain Bicycle Podcast telling the fascinating story behind the project.Helpful Links (note that some may include affiliate links to help me support the channel):- My first episode with Erin- Prairie Architects where Erin works- My episode with Mark Wagenbuur aka Bicycle Dutch- Plain Bicycle Project website- Plain Bicycle Podcast series- Peg City Car Co-op- Curbing Traffic book by Melissa & Chris BruntlettFour Easy Steps to Support My Efforts:1. Become an Active Towns Ambassador by pledging as little as $1 per month on Patreon(As a thank you will have early and commercial-free access as well as bonus content and special discounts in the Active Towns Store)2. If you enjoyed this episode please give it a "thumbs up", leave a comment, and share it with a friend.3. Subscribe to the podcast on your preferred platform and on the Active Towns YouTube Channel4. Pick up some Active Towns #StreetsAreForPeople Merch at my store(note: See no. 1 for access to special discounts in the store)Credits:All video and audio production by John SimmermanMusic:- Intro and Outro mixed by John Simmerman- Video Clip background music licensed through https://www.musicbed.com/Resources used during the production of this episode:- My awesome recording platform is Ecamm- Adobe Creative Cloud SuiteStudio Equipment:- Main MIcrophone Sennheiser Pro Audio MKH416-P48U3- Rode RODECaster Pro Podcast Production Studio- Additional Microphone - Shure MV7- Camera - Sony ZV-E10 (currently sold out)- Lens - Sigma 16mm f/1.4 DC DN Contemporary Lens- Elgato Cam Link 4k- Elgato Streamdeck XL*- Elgato Streamdeck (*you may not need the XL)Editing Computer System:- Apple MacBook Pro 16" 2021 M1 Pro- LG 34WP88C-B 34-inch Curved 21:9 UltraWide QHD (3440x1440) IPS Display with Ergo StandAll video, audio, and music production by me, John SimmermanFor more information about my Active Towns effort or to follow along please visit my links below:- Website- Twitter- Newsletter- Podcast landing pages- Facebook- InstagramBackground:Hi Everyone, my name is John Simmerman.I'm a health promotion professional with over 30 years of experience and my area of concentration has evolved into a specialization of how the built environment influences human behavior related to active living and especially active mobility.In 2012 I launched the non-profit Advocates for Healthy Communities as an effort to help promote and create healthy, active places.Since that time I've been exploring, documenting, and profiling established, emerging, and aspiring Active Towns wherever they might be, in order to produce high-quality multimedia content to help inspire the creation of more safe and inviting, environments that promote a "Culture of Activity" for "All Ages & Abilities".My Active Towns suite of channels feature my original video and audio content and reflections, including a selection of podcast episodes and short films profiling the positive and inspiring efforts happening around the world as I am able to experience and document them.Thanks for tuning in, I hope you find this content helpful.Creative Commons License: Attributions, Non-Commercial, No Derivatives, 2022Advocates for Healthy Communities, Inc. is a nonprofit 501c3 organization (EIN 45-3802508) dedicated to helping communities create a Culture of Activity. Any donations collected are used specifically to support the organization's mission.To make a donation to Advocates for Healthy Communities go here★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Leadership and the Environment
595, Jason Slaughter, Creator of Not Just Bikes, part 1: Ending Car Dependency

Leadership and the Environment

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 79:56


Watch Jason's Not Just Bikes videos. I've watched them all. They're informative, engaging, funny, researched, provocative, and keep you coming back, but not like Netflix stuff designed to addict.After you watch a few, listen to our conversation. In our conversation he shares more depth than his videos of his motivations, how he makes the videos, interacts with his audience, feels frustration from some, learns from others, and more. He shares how life could be versus how it is. In this conversation he shares more about his wife and children, which drive his passion and choices probably most of all.We also bond on how our searches for a better life revealed huge cultural myths that, if we never try living differently, we never think to question or consider alternatives could exist. If, before trying to live differently, anyone asked, we both would have figured anything different than how mainstream North America taught us must be worse. Beyond worse, incomparably worse, even life-threateningly worse.The when we tried, we found it better. The myths fell apart. Yet one frustration arose and grew: nobody believes us. Words can't convey what Beethoven's ninth sounds like live, how a ripe fruit in season tastes, or how freedom from oil dependence feels.But at least in this conversation, I believe we understood each other, so you can hear what freedom and connection sound like and mean in ways no addict can understand. I think you'll enjoy what we share, even if we're both frustrated at how misunderstood we feel by most people, even (especially) when we're inviting them to open themselves to something they'll enjoy more than their blissful ignorance. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

MTB TRIBE - Your Trail Map to the World of Mountain Biking
216 - Bikes Cerebral Palsy & Elite Level Racing with James Anderson

MTB TRIBE - Your Trail Map to the World of Mountain Biking

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 74:31


In episode #216 we are chatting with James Anderson about growing up with monoplegia, how this affected his childhood, how he got into riding bikes, why he never told anybody outside of his family and close friends about his condition and how through grit, determination and willpower (lets not forget skill level) he is racing at world cup level, is a sponsored rider and is loving every moment of it. Put your feet up and learn how this young man has come through so much to be chasing his racing dreams. If for any reason you need some help lifting yourself up at the moment, this is the episode for you. Enjoy the episode. For more information and show notes visit: www.mtb-tribe.com - This episode is proudly sponsored by ALLTA Here at MTB Tribe we are super excited to introduce you all to our new brand – ALLTA. ALLTA is a range of mountain bike clothes and accessories dedicated to make mountain biking easier. Our gear is designed to be practical, stylish and environmentally friendly. Our best-selling Trail Changing Robe will keep you warm and dry while you are getting changed in and out of your riding gear and our other pieces work just as well on the streets as on the trails. We're a small Irish based brand, but our range is growing steadily with the support of a fantastic group of mountain bikers across Ireland and the UK. You can check us out at www.rideallta.com or on Instagram @ride.allta

KA-POW! The Pop Cultured Podcast
Ka-Pow the Pop Cultured Podcast #336 Kids on Bikes RPG part 1

KA-POW! The Pop Cultured Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 65:52


Ka-Pow the Pop Cultured Podcast goes where we've never gone before... role playing games!  Inspired by our love of "Stranger Things," listen as we dip our toes into the world of "Kids on Bikes," a collaborative world building RPG set in a 1980s small town full of big mysteries.  In this first episode, total noobs Cliff and Jordan learn a few of the basics and create our characters with help from Jesse Starcher of the Source Material Comics Podcast and our resident GM and all-around Poobah, Seth. Length - 01:05:52 Language - PG-13. (Contains adult language.)

The Inside Line Podcast - Vital MTB
Vital's B Practice Podcast - LEOGANG World Cup Downhill

The Inside Line Podcast - Vital MTB

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 89:01


Dakotah Norton, Jason Schroeder, Austin Hackett-Klaube and Tanner Stephens discuss all things UCI Mountain Bike World Cup Downhill Leogang, Austria. #MTB #downhill #DH

AF Fireside
Mod Bikes x AF Fireside

AF Fireside

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 19:16


Mod Bikes is reimagining how we get around - the Austin-based company designs and distributes customizable electric bikes, from ideas in founder Dor Korngold's mind to the streets of Texas and beyond.

Voxwomen Cycling Podcast
Shirin van Anrooij: Here Comes the Future empowered by Liv

Voxwomen Cycling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 34:36


In the fifth episode of Here Comes the Future empowered by Liv, our host Hannah Walker talks to multi discipline sensation, Shirin van Anrooij of Trek - Segafredo. Hannah delves into Shirin's journey into the sport, managing a multi discipline career, as well as racing for one of the top teams in the world, as well as aims for the future.    Hannah Walker is also joined by 3 x World Champion, Giorgia Bronzini who talks us through the course and her thoughts for stage 5 of the Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift on the 28th July, giving listeners a unique insight and indepth point of view from the Liv Racing Xstra sports director and former professional. 

New England Weekend
Mutt Society Keeps Kids Moving, and Fall River Teens Help Children's Museum Blast Off to Space

New England Weekend

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 35:05


When you hear the phrase "Mutt Society", you might think it's all about pups, but in this case, it's a group of friends who love bikes - and getting bikes into the hands of those who need them. Trent Sanders and Andrew Wallace from the Mutt Society join Nichole to talk about their philanthropic work not just here in New England, but around the world. They also have details on their upcoming bike giveaway for kids in Lynn. On the South Coast, a group of seniors over at Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School recently took their talents out of this world! The students, guided by their teacher, created an interactive space exhibit for the Children's Museum of Greater Fall River, which was recently unveiled for kids all over the region to enjoy. Nichole chats with people who contributed to the project all along the way: Katelyn Mushipi, the Executive Director of the Children's Museum; Jo-Anne Sbrega, former Executive Director of the Museum; Carl Sawejko, President of Sawejko Enterprises; Paul Beaudoin, Electronics Instructor at Diman, and Diman Principal Andrew Rebello.

Charlottesville Community Engagement
June 10, 2022: UVA seeks developers for two of three future mixed-income communities; CRHA projects may not receive tax credits this year

Charlottesville Community Engagement

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 15:01


Today the year turns 161 days old, but don’t get too used to that number, for it will be replaced quite soon with another, and another, and so on. But 2022 is still not yet at the halfway point, and you’ve got three weeks left until that not-quite-august occasion on July 1. The occasion right now is this installment of Charlottesville Community Engagement, and this person writing is Sean Tubbs.  There’s lot of information in every installment of this newsletter and podcast. Send it on to more people to help grow the audience!On today’s program:The University of Virginia is asking developers to send in qualifications to build two mixed-use communities as part of an affordable housing initiativeTwo redevelopment projects being undertaken by the city’s public housing agency may not get financing through low-income housing tax credits this yearCharlottesville City Council officially kills the West Main Streetscape Louisa County Supervisors discuss a referendum for a sports complex and whether it should include turf fields on existing athletic fieldsAnd Charlottesville will only one outdoor pool at a time for the time being First shout–out: JMRL to kick off the Summer Reading ChallengeIn today’s first subscriber-supported public service announcement, the Jefferson Madison Regional Library wants you to read as much as you can this summer, and for encouragement and incentives, they’re holding another Summer Reading Challenge. There’s an Ocean of Possibilities this year and the Central Library will kick off the challenge this Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon at the Central Library. It will be a party with music, food, and fun! The Friends of the Library will pop up a mini-book sale and a Books on Bikes parade! You can learn more about the Summer Challenge and how you or your family members can win awards and receive prizes. Visit jmrl.org to learn more about the kickoff event, this Saturday! University of Virginia issues first request for qualifications for affordable housing developerThe University of Virginia is moving forward with an initiative to use property owned by its real estate foundation to create units that will be reserved for people whose incomes are below the area median income. The UVA Foundation issued a request this morning for qualifications from firms to develop two separate projects, including a two-acre site on Wertland Street. The other is a 12-acre site on Mimosa Drive known currently as Piedmont. “UVA/UVAF intends to enter into a ground lease with one or more development team(s) best suited to satisfy UVA/UVAF’s requirements and desired features,” reads the request for proposals. UVA announced a goal of building between 1,000 and 1,500 affordable housing units in March 2020, but momentum was stalled by the pandemic. These two sites as well as the North Fork Research Park were identified in December after initial work for the project was conducted by the firm Northern Urban Real Estate Ventures. A similar request for qualifications for a firm for North Fork will be made at a later date. Under the arrangement, the UVA Foundation would continue to own both sites and the developer would own the structures and other improvements. “UVA/UVAF seeks to maximize the amount of affordable and workforce housing at each site and as such, will provide the land as a part of the Project,” the request continues. “UVA/UVAF will not otherwise contribute funding to the Project.” The developer will be responsible for preparing the plans and getting all of the necessary approvals, including archaeological studies. They’ll also have to have experience getting financing through Virginia Housing. Other development requirements include:Deliver a moderate to high-density mixed income housing communityOffer a maximum number of affordable housing units, with an emphasis on creating mixed-income communities that include, but are not limited to, units in the 30 percent to 60 percent area median income rangeCoordinate with UVA/UVAF and local jurisdictions on the utilities and infrastructure that will serve the development, and coordinate on the design aesthetic that interacts with the surrounding community.Demolish the existing improvements as needed to accommodate the Project, with the exception of historic structures (applicable only at Piedmont).City officially cancels West Main Streetscape projectCharlottesville City Council has voted to officially cancel the $55 million West Main Streetscape project as well as other projects in an effort to get the city’s transportation house in order. The Virginia Department of Transportation will now administer a project to extend a turn lane at Route 250 and Hydraulic Road. A project to coordinate traffic signals on Emmet Street has also been canceled, as has a Smart Scale funded project at the intersection of Preston and Grady. The details were discussed at a work session with the Planning Commission on May 24. (read my story)“While this is called cancellation of those projects, that’s in regards to the funding with VDOT, so as discussed, especially some of the safety projects, these are not going away forever, they’re just going away as Smart Scale projects,” said City Engineer Jack Dawson. The West Main Streetscape began with a $350,000 study authorized by Council in February 2013 which also led to a rezoning for the street. Over the years, Council authorized more and more funding as a local match for VDOT funds to build the project which was to be split into four phases.  The project lost support as a plan to renovate and expand Buford Middle School became a priority for the current City Council. Charlottesville Mayor Lloyd Snook said the project has been on life support for at least a year. “In a sense, this is almost a formality for us to recognize that which has already been made clear to us and decisions we have made ourselves over the last few years,” Snook said. “This is just finally pulling the plug on it.” The Commonwealth Transportation Board next meets on June 21 and may take up the official resolution to defund the project. Virginia Housing does not recommend funding for two CRHA projectsThe Charlottesville Redevelopment and Housing Authority has appeared to have fallen short in its attempt to get financing for two planned redevelopment projects in a current funding cycle. Virginia Housing, the entity that authorizes low-income housing tax credits in Virginia, has issued its final rankings for this year pending approval by their Board of Commissioners later this month.  Credits for 47 units in the Sixth Street Phase One project have not been recommended to be funded through what’s known as the Housing Authority pool. An application for additional credits for 113 units for the second phase of the redevelopment of South First Street also did not rank high enough to move forward. Virginia Housing granted credits for the second phase in 2020 and this second application was to fill in a funding gap caused by higher construction costs. South First Street Phase One is currently under construction and is expected to be occupied earlier this year. That 62-unit project did receive low-income housing tax credits in 2021. The only application recommended for funding from the Housing Authority pool this year is for new construction of 68 units in Norfolk by a company called Brinshore. In that project, 47 of the units would be supported through the credits. CRHA executive director John Sales said is hopeful the Virginia Housing Board of Commissioners will reconsider the rankings at their next meeting in Richmond coming up later this month on June 21 and June 22.“The Board in the past has fully funded Public Housing redevelopment efforts,” Sales said. “We are hoping the Board does the same thing this year when making final allocations.”Sales said if Sixth Street’s request is not funded, CRHA will pursue another financing opportunity later this year or reapply in 2023. He said the South Street Phase Two project will move forward if another source can be found to fill in the funding gap.   You can download the full list of rankings from the Virginia Housing website.Lifeguard shortage causes Charlottesville to limit outdoor pool hoursWith summer just getting under way, the Charlottesville Parks and Recreation Department has made the decision to restrict hours at both Onesty Pool and Washington Pool so that only one of them will be open each day. “The Department is actively recruiting lifeguards and if the staffing levels increase and are able to operate both pools concurrently, we will update the operating hours,” reads a press release that was sent out this morning. For now, Onesty will be open Thursday through Saturday between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Washington Park Pool will be open those hours from Sunday to Wednesday. The indoor Smith Aquatic Center is now open every day after being closed for a couple of years. Outdoor spray grounds are also open. Visit the city’s website for more information. Second shout-out: The Plant Northern Piedmont Natives Campaign It’s getting close to the end of springtime, and one Patreon subscriber wants you to know the Plant Northern Piedmont Natives Campaign is a grassroots initiative of motivated citizens, volunteers, partner organizations, and local governments who want to promote the use of native plants. Did you know that National Pollinator Week is June 20th-26th this year? There are many ways to celebrate and learn more about our native pollinators, and here's a great one to start with:Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden is hosting an in-person/virtual Pollinator Power Symposium on June 23rd, and there is an excellent line up of speakers scheduled for the day! There are plenty of resources on the Plant Northern Piedmont Natives Facebook page, so sign up to be notified of lectures, plant sales, and more! Louisa County may seek a referendum for a sports complexDiscussion of a sports complex with new athletic fields in Albemarle County stalled at the end of the budget cycle, but Louisa County is considering a referendum on the issuance of $16.5 million in bonds for that purpose. The Louisa County Board of Supervisors discusses a draft petition for the referendum at their meeting this past Monday. For a referendum to get on the ballot, a Circuit Court judge has to sign an order by August 18. “This is for a bond issue of up to $16.5 million and it lists four baseball fields, four rectangular fields for sports, concessions, lighting, parking and related facilities, a field house at the high school football field and renovation of existing sports facilities,” said Louisa County Attorney Helen Phillips. Phillips said the language in the ballot question has to be in plain English and not in legalese.Supervisors discussed the proper wording, and whether the suggested wording was too broad. There is a possibility of two different ballot questions. One would be for the complex, and one would be for the field house and other renovations. “In the discussions we’ve had about going to referendum, I don’t recall anything other than just going to referendum to see if people would get behind building a sports complex,” said Mountain Road District Supervisor Tommy Barlow. Supervisor Fitzgerald Barnes said he sees the need for a complex that would expand the county’s offerings, but that the existing school fields also need to be addressed. “What we don’t have in this county is synthetic surfaces for girls’ softball where they could play in the rain,” Barnes said. “These fields would allow, number one, not having to water them, not having to fertilize them, not having to cut them. They would be maintenance free fields.” Barnes said this could help the county increase revenue from lodging taxes. Supervisor Toni Williams of the Jackson District said the ballot question as suggested appeared to assume that the county has already decided to proceed with the project. “It appears that the cake is baked in this that the decision has been made to build them,” Williams said. “Maybe the real special election should ask, first of all, do you want these facilities in the county, and if you want them, do you authorize the Board to pay for them by bond?” Supervisors gave direction to divide the referendum into separate questions. Final language will be discussed and approved at future meetings. The location for a future sports complex has also not yet been selected. For more information on this and anything else happening in Louisa County, visit Engage Louisa by Tammy Purcell. Town Crier Productions has a sponsorship thing with Ting!For over a year one year now, Town Crier Productions has had a promotional offering through Ting!Are you interested in fast internet? Visit this site and enter your address to see if you can get service through Ting. If you decide to proceed to make the switch, you’ll get:Free installationSecond month of Ting service for freeA $75 gift card to the Downtown MallAdditionally, Ting will match your Substack subscription to support Town Crier Productions, the company that produces this newsletter and other community offerings. So, your $5 a month subscription yields $5 for TCP. Your $50 a year subscription yields $50 for TCP! The same goes for a $200 a year subscription! All goes to cover the costs of getting this newsletter out as often as possible. Learn more here! This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit communityengagement.substack.com/subscribe

WUWM News
Mayor Johnson, County Executive Crowley take to bikes to highlight Milwaukee safe streets projects

WUWM News

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 4:11


The Milwaukee leaders, Mayor Cavalier Johnson and County Executive David Crowley, pedal on the Mayor's Ride during Bike Week.

News/Talk 94.9 WSJM
Got Something to Say: Blessing of the Bikes

News/Talk 94.9 WSJM

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 12:52


Got Something to Say is brought to you by United Federal Credit Union and South Bend International Airport The annual Blessing of the Bikes is happening Saturday June 11th, starting at Gilson Cycle in Benton Harbor. Nick

SBS Indonesian - SBS Bahasa Indonesia
Bamboo Bikes made in Indonesia - Sepeda Bambu buatan Indonesia

SBS Indonesian - SBS Bahasa Indonesia

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 10:11


President Joko Widodo presented Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese with a bicycle made of bamboo. The bicycle is Spedagi, a bicycle product from Temanggung, Central Java. The series of bicycles used by both of them around the Bogos Botanical Gardens called Dalanrata, which is a type of road bike. - Presiden Joko Widodo menghadiahi PM Australia Anthony Albanese sebuah sepeda berbahan bambu. Sepeda itu adalah Spedagi, sebuah produk sepeda dari Temanggung, Jawa Tengah.  Seri sepeda yang dipakai keduanya berkeliling Kebun Raya Bogos bernama Dalanrata, yaitu jenis roadbike.

Building The Future Show - Radio / TV / Podcast
Ep. 516 w/ Daniel Tonkopi CEO & founder at Delfast bikes.

Building The Future Show - Radio / TV / Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 59:02


Redefining the future of transportation while combating climate change, Delfast e-bikes have disrupted the global e-bike market. Guinness World Record for greatest distance (228 miles) traveled on a single charge. Featured in Forbes, Mashable, TechCrunch, Business Insider, and more.https://delfastbikes.com

Nerd Alert Podcast
So. Many. New. Bikes.

Nerd Alert Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 77:24


June is turning out to be an exceptionally hot month in terms of new bike releases, and Ronan joins James and Dave as a special guest to help us talk through them all. Although we don't have official information just yet, we know a new Trek Madone, Giant Propel, Canyon Ultimate, and Scott Foil are all likely to be announced within the next few weeks -- and thanks to revamped UCI technical regulations, there's once again some legitimately unique thinking going on in terms of design features. We also dissect Pinarello's new Grevil F gravel race bike, chat about Dave's favorite bikes from the Handmade Bicycle Show Australia, and wrap up with another round of Ask a Mechanic.

Inside Sports Nutrition
Bikes, Fat, and Boot Camps - Ep. #28

Inside Sports Nutrition

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 46:30


In this Q&A, Bob and Dina answer questions from you awesome listeners. Questions we address: · What are whole foods to eat on the bike? · How do we think about the role of fat in our daily nutrition? · Do you need to eat before early morning boot camp style workouts? Got a sports nutrition question for us? Email your inquiry at hello@insidesportsnutrition.comor DM us through our Instagram @isnpodcast and we'll get your question addressed on a future Q&A episode. Learn about Bob and Dina's services: Find Bob at www.enrgperformance.com and Dina at www.nutritionmechanic.com

RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan
From building e-bikes in his garage to exporting worldwide

RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 8:47


Four years ago, having recently recovered from cancer, Nelson man Frank Witowski built himself a carbon fibre e-bike in his garage. He made such a good job of designing and constructing the bike that others wanted one, too. Now his garage project has become a booming bike business that's going international.

The Rise Guys
KIDS DON'T REALLY RIDE BIKES ANYMORE

The Rise Guys

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 1:24


What's up with that? Why don't they ride anymore?

The Rise Guys
WHAT HAPPENED TO KIDS RIDING BIKES? HOUR THREE: 06/07/22

The Rise Guys

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 31:36


Headlines with a push for a world wide four day work week Not as many kids seem to be riding bikes these days, why? The Hunter Biden fart video, lot to unpack here..

Chicken Sushi Clan
Ep 7. Wanna Ride Bikes?

Chicken Sushi Clan

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 123:42


My good friend Regan does her first episode of the Chicken Sushi Clan! This episode was a ton of fun I hope you guy enjoy! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/andy-boyd4/support

Ask a Cycling Coach - TrainerRoad Podcast
Race Winning Plans, Recovery Weeks, Endurance vs. Race Bikes and More – Ask a Cycling Coach 366

Ask a Cycling Coach - TrainerRoad Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 88:30


Hannah Otto joins us to cover all that she's learned from her racing so far this season, as well as a discussion on how to maximize the effect of recovery weeks, whether endurance bikes are actually slower than race bikes, and much more.   TOPICS COVERED IN THIS EPISODE   (0:33) What Hannah has learned from her Spring 2022 race season (31:24) Amber and Hannah's tips for racing to win (39:47) Unbound Gravel (52:30) How to get the most from recovery weeks(01:02:13) Practical tips on adjusting your training when “life happens”(01:16:30) Are endurance bikes slower than race bikes?   RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE https://trainerroad.cc/3xbxbYf    TRY TRAINERROAD RISK FREE FOR 30 DAYS! TrainerRoad is the #1 cycling training app. No other cycling app is more effective. Over 13,000 positive reviews, a 4.9 star App Store rating.   Adaptive Training from TrainerRoad uses machine learning and science-based coaching principles to continually assess your performance and intelligently adjust your training plan. It trains you as an individual and makes you a faster cyclist.   Learn more about TrainerRoad: https://trainerroad.cc/3BasfTM  Learn more about Adaptive Training: https://trainerroad.cc/3rF5Cnp    ABOUT THE ASK A CYCLING COACH PODCAST Ask a Cycling Coach podcast is a cycling and triathlon training podcast. Each week  USAC/USAT Level I certified coach Chad Timmerman, pro athletes, and other special guests answer your cycling and triathlon questions.   Have a question for the podcast? Ask here: https://trainerroad.cc/34MIniq   MORE PODCASTS FROM TRAINERROAD Listen to the Successful Athletes Podcast: https://trainerroad.cc/34MGKkO  Listen to the Science of Getting Faster Podcast: https://trainerroad.cc/3HKPExQ    STAY IN TOUCH Training Blog: https://trainerroad.cc/3gCdNdN TrainerRoad Forum: https://trainerroad.cc/3uHvLnE Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/trainerroad/ Strava Club: https://www.strava.com/clubs/trainerroad Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TrainerRd Twitter: https://twitter.com/TrainerRoad

Bikes & Big Ideas
Reviewer Reports: RockShox Suspension & Bikes Galore

Bikes & Big Ideas

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 38:16


We've been busy testing a whole lot of new suspension from RockShox, as well as bikes across the whole spectrum, from XC to Enduro, so Jonathan Ellsworth and David Golay sat down in Blister HQ to talk about all of it, including the new Santa Cruz Megatower V2, the Rocky Mountain Element, and a whole lot more.TOPICS & TIMES:RockShox Flight Attendant (4:48)RockShox's new 2023 lineup (12:38)YT Capra (17:33)Santa Cruz Megatower (19:30)Orbea Rallon (22:56)Antidote Carbonjack (25:02)Orbea Occam LT (28:36)Rocky Mountain Element (31:26)RELATED LINKS:Become a Blister MemberBlister LabsThis Week's Gear GiveawayBlister Mountain Bike Buyer's GuideOUR OTHER BLISTER PODCASTSOff The CouchGEAR:30Blister Podcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Ask a Cycling Coach - TrainerRoad Podcast
Race Winning Plans, Recovery Weeks, Endurance vs. Race Bikes and More – Ask a Cycling Coach 366

Ask a Cycling Coach - TrainerRoad Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 88:30


Hannah Otto joins us to cover all that she's learned from her racing so far this season, as well as a discussion on how to maximize the effect of recovery weeks, whether endurance bikes are actually slower than race bikes, and much more.   TOPICS COVERED IN THIS EPISODE   (0:33) What Hannah has learned from her Spring 2022 race season (31:24) Amber and Hannah's tips for racing to win (39:47) Unbound Gravel (52:30) How to get the most from recovery weeks(01:02:13) Practical tips on adjusting your training when “life happens”(01:16:30) Are endurance bikes slower than race bikes?   RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE https://trainerroad.cc/3xbxbYf    TRY TRAINERROAD RISK FREE FOR 30 DAYS! TrainerRoad is the #1 cycling training app. No other cycling app is more effective. Over 13,000 positive reviews, a 4.9 star App Store rating.   Adaptive Training from TrainerRoad uses machine learning and science-based coaching principles to continually assess your performance and intelligently adjust your training plan. It trains you as an individual and makes you a faster cyclist.   Learn more about TrainerRoad: https://trainerroad.cc/3BasfTM  Learn more about Adaptive Training: https://trainerroad.cc/3rF5Cnp    ABOUT THE ASK A CYCLING COACH PODCAST Ask a Cycling Coach podcast is a cycling and triathlon training podcast. Each week  USAC/USAT Level I certified coach Chad Timmerman, pro athletes, and other special guests answer your cycling and triathlon questions.   Have a question for the podcast? Ask here: https://trainerroad.cc/34MIniq   MORE PODCASTS FROM TRAINERROAD Listen to the Successful Athletes Podcast: https://trainerroad.cc/34MGKkO  Listen to the Science of Getting Faster Podcast: https://trainerroad.cc/3HKPExQ    STAY IN TOUCH Training Blog: https://trainerroad.cc/3gCdNdN TrainerRoad Forum: https://trainerroad.cc/3uHvLnE Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/trainerroad/ Strava Club: https://www.strava.com/clubs/trainerroad Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TrainerRd Twitter: https://twitter.com/TrainerRoad

The Pinkbike Podcast
Episode 125 - Nino Schurter's Mechanic on Fast Race Bikes & His Favorite Tools

The Pinkbike Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 79:05


Yanick Gyger explains why electronic drivetrains make so much sense for racing, some of the tricks he uses to make sure Nino's bike is as fast and efficient as possible, and why his toolbox is way smaller than you might expect.

BLISTER Podcast
Blister Editors & Podcast Hosts, David Golay & Matt Mitchell

BLISTER Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 42:59


Jonathan Ellsworth sat down with BLISTER Bike Editor and ‘Bikes & Big Ideas' host, David Golay, and our Running Editor and ‘Off The Couch' host, Matt Mitchell, to talk with them about Blister Labs; their backgrounds; and some of their recent favorite episodes on Bikes & Big Ideas and Off The Couch.TOPICS & TIMES:Blister Labs Update (2:21)Matt & David's Backgrounds (5:57)How we connected with Matt (14:36)Some favorite episodes: Jess Blewitt (19:56)Off The Couch: Pablo Vigil (23:21)Bikes & Big Ideas: Contra Bikes (26:54)Off The Couch: Robbie Balenger (29:18)Bikes & Big Ideas: Kitsbow CEO (34:22)RELATED LINKSBlister LabsDavid Golay: Reviewing the ReviewerOff The Couch with Olivia AmberBecome a Blister Member / Get our Buyer's GuideSubscribe to our Gear Giveaways & NewsletterOUR OTHER PODCASTSBikes & Big IdeasOff The CouchGEAR:30 podcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Singletracks Mountain Bike News
Bike Builds: Why the Cheapest Bikes Come with Front Derailleurs and the #1 Upgrade to Make

Singletracks Mountain Bike News

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 71:58


Aaron Abrams is Director of Product for Marin Bicycles and is currently based in Taiwan. The Marin bike brand has been around since 1986 and the company's slogan says their bikes are “Made For Fun.” In this episode we talk about how mountain bikes are specced, and how product managers make decisions about which parts to include. When planning out the builds for a bike like the Marin Rift Zone 29 (three options, priced between $2,000 and $3,000), do you start with a set of say 3 price targets and choose the best parts that make those prices work? How important is overall bike weight when it comes to build specs? What is the purpose of speccing house-brand components like bars, saddles, and stems on bike builds? Is there a lot of cost savings by going this route? Why did Marin recently start selling branded aftermarket grips, bars, and stems? We rarely see full suspension builds that mix and match forks and shocks from different brands. Why is that? How do you know if consumers are going to like a part, say a particular tire model, or if it's going to perform as well as another competing part choice? Why do so many entry-level, budget bikes include front derailleurs? Is it because no one is making a cheap 1-by drivetrain, or because buyers at this price point think they want a lot of gears? What is the first component you would personally upgrade when buying an entry-level mountain bike? Why can't customers choose from a menu of parts when ordering a mountain bike? Why are we still, for the most part, limited to just a few set choices when it comes to builds? Have pandemic-related supply chain issues altered the way brands are thinking about bike builds going forward? Do the athletes you work with weigh in on component choices and build specs for the models they ride? Do outside sponsorships make this tricky? Where do customers tend to get the best value when it comes to buying a complete bike: at the low end, or the high end? To get a better sense of some of the parts and builds discussed check out marinbikes.com. ✏️ A written transcript of this conversation is available to Singletracks Pro supporters: singletracks.com/support --Keep up with the latest in mountain biking at Singletracks.com and on Instagram @singletracks --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/singletracks/support

Out of Bounds Podcast
Coffee & Van Chats – E107 – Evan Bausbacher: Ride Bikes Bro, 9-5, Enjoying the sport.

Out of Bounds Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 26:46


What's  going on guys, welcome back to another episode of Coffee and Van Chats on the Out of Collective Network. This week we chatted with Evan Bausbacher about how he is starting to find his legs in cycling when he started to take it a bit less seriously and just [...] The post Coffee & Van Chats – E107 – Evan Bausbacher: Ride Bikes Bro, 9-5, Enjoying the sport. appeared first on Out Of Collective.

The Top Entrepreneurs in Money, Marketing, Business and Life
He used software to fix 10,000 bikes last month, made $400,000 revenue

The Top Entrepreneurs in Money, Marketing, Business and Life

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 17:34


Bike maintenance in your neighborhood