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[00:01:38] I think by now, you've probably heard my personal jam. I like to take athletic greens. First thing in the morning is to get a jumpstart on my hydration. As well as my nutritional needs. And i'm big ride days if i'm feeling super depleted i'll come home and have a second glass so on a saturday or sunday i might double up my servings [00:01:58] If you're open to giving athletics greens, a try, simply visit athletic greens.com/the gravel ride. [00:02:05] Athletic greens has agreed to give a free one year supply of vitamin D and five free travel packs to any gravel ride podcast listener. So be sure to visit athletic greens.com/the gravel ride. To give it a try today. With that said let's jump into part two of the q and a episode with randall [00:02:26] Craig: Next question was on optimizing the adjustment and float intention on SPD pedals. I don't think there's much we can add there cause it's a little bit of trial and error. In my opinion. I don't know about the float. I don't even know if mine has like float adjustment. For me it seems like it's just the tension. So I, how hard or easy it is to get in and out. And that's been something maybe I've amped up over time as I become more confident, but certainly starting them out with them. Fairly easy to disengage is perfectly acceptable if you're not comfortable with Clifton riding. [00:02:57] Randall: Yeah. In terms of tension, I would definitely start with a looser engagement and then tighten it down as you get more confident, Especially when you're first starting out. And what else? Patrick and I actually talked about this in the bike fit episode. Hey recommending shifting the cleats back. So if you're running mountain style shoes, which the gravel bike probably should be if you can run them in the back, the bolts to the back then sliding the cleat. Pretty much all the way to the back. Now if that doesn't feel right, you can always move it forward a little bit, but whereas this new real problem with going too far back there can be issues with going too far forward in terms of biomechanics and so on. And in terms of the float, you want to be in the middle of the float and you never want to be in a position where the you're you're not able to peddle in a natural motion where you're using the cleat positioning to restrict your motion. That is a a good way to end up with an injury. So definitely don't do that. I generally will start with the cleats. In a position where it's restricting my inward motion so that my heel can't hit the crank arm. And then I'll peddle from there and see am I in the middle, middle of the float? Am I in my restricted any part of the pedal stroke? And if not, then that's a good starting point. But to really get this right again it is hard to do this on your own. It's hard to see knee tracking. In souls or thing you want to invest in, in order to help align the full stack from hip to knee through the ankle. And this is where listen to the bike, fit 1 0 1 episode and consider working with a bike fitter. [00:04:30] Craig: I was just going to say the same thing. It's like one of those things like, oh, bike fit, you don't necessarily go to clique adjustment, but so often when I've observed it, cleat adjustment happens in a bike fit. [00:04:41] Randall: And it doesn't happen first, right? Everything else has to be right first. So if your saddle's too low and your arches are collapsing and things like that, you're already starting with things out of alignment and are going to have some trouble, but at least the advice that, that I just gave will prevent the worst issues. But again, go get a bike fit. [00:05:01] Craig: Yep. [00:05:02] The next [00:05:02] question. Yeah, The next question. [00:05:05] was about what's the best technique for using a dropper post? How does this help with the physics of the ride? [00:05:14] Randall: I'll let you go first. I certainly have an opinion on this one. [00:05:17] Craig: This is a dangerous one for us. The listener, the avid listener knows we can go into a deep dropper post where I'm whole, but let's try to offer some quick advice. One of the things I like to remind people about with respect to drop her posts is that it's not just a, all the way up or all the way down product. You've got the full spectrum of range, which means you should use it frequently. Obviously when you're in heavy tactical descents with steep, dicentric, you're going to slam it. [00:05:45] But I quite frequently lower it just a centimeter to just give myself a little bit more room on terrain. Maybe it's a road descent or something that I'm super confident on, but it gives me a little bit more margin for error. And as I'm feeling maybe more nervous about the speed. I'll go down even further just to give myself again a bigger range of just a bigger margin of error. So practice, and no, there's no right or wrong, use it frequently and you'll figure out what feels best for you. [00:06:15] Randall: You've seen my technique with the dropper. I'm a bit more extreme. So for me, I use the dropper all the time. I have it down all the way on a high-speed road descent, and I use it to allow me to, move my mass around on the bike in a way where, if I want the front end to be more planted, I can put more mass on the bars, but then I can shift my weight down and back over the rear axle to lighten up the front end for say, traversing, really rough terrain. Provides that distance between the bike and the body where your arms and legs can act as suspension. Your front wheel is rolling in sailing. Your rear is doing more of your speed control. And in this way, it really radically. Improves the capability of the bike, not just off-road, but I would argue on road as well. I descend much faster because I know I can grab a handful of both brakes and not be pitching over the handlebars. So for me, even on the road, I'm dropping it all the way in a lot of situations. [00:07:08] Just because I like to go that much faster and it gives me that margin of safety. [00:07:12] Craig: All makes sense. Next off, we're going to an area work. Gosh, Randall I almost think we need an entirely new category in the ridership forum just about tires. What do you think? [00:07:25] Randall: We've been asked for this for a while. By the time this episode airs, if we don't have a channel in there, somebody yell at us in the forum, we'll get that up. [00:07:35] Craig: The first question comes again from Tom boss, from orange county unicorn tires, lightweight, puncture resistance, fast rolling with lots of grip. What comes closest for you? [00:07:45] Randall: I'm not getting in the weeds on this one. I defer to the hive-mind and the ridership on this. I can tell you what I ride. But I'm gonna make no claims about it being the optimal. [00:07:56] Craig: Yeah, do. What are you writing in these days? [00:07:58] Randall: so currently I'm writing just a WTB Sendero upfront and a venture in the rear. And these aren't especially fancy casings. They're not the most efficient tire. But they're pretty robust and they have great grip and I like the mullet setup. I'm a big fan of going with something NABI or upfront and like a file tread or even a semi slick, depending on your terrain in the back. [00:08:20] And yeah, that's the way that I go. We actually just brought in some maxes, Ramblers and receptors. So we go a rambler small knob front and a receptor in the back. And I like the six 50 by 47 size. There are situations where I wish I could have a little bit more volume, other situations where I wish I had a little bit more efficiency, which tells me that I'm right in the middle of the range for most of the writing that I do. [00:08:40] Craig: Yeah. For me. And first off, full disclosure to everybody, I'm a Panorai sir, brand ambassador. So I want to put that out there. The gravel king S K was a tire that I got on my first proper gravel bike. And I just fell in love with it. Then I left for many years and went on to more of a setup that you had rocking the Sandero up front. [00:09:01] Thinking I was, riding more challenging terrain and could appreciate the knobs, which I did. [00:09:06] But recently I've gone back to the gravel king as Kay. And I do find it to be a wonderful all around tire because I feel super fast on the road and it does everything that I needed to do in most of the situations that I get into. [00:09:21] Randall: Yeah, sounds about right. And then there's always, if you're, if you had a really long ride out to the trail you could always, bring the pressure up a smidge on the way out there and then give it a little at the the Trailhead. [00:09:34] Craig: Yeah. [00:09:34] And again, it obviously comes down to where you are and one thing I'll just note really quickly, and we've talked about it before is Riding fully select tires at a fat with has been remarkable to me how performance they can be. Off-road you think you need knobs, then all of a sudden you realize where you do need them, but actually if you change your riding style a little bit if you've got a fat rubber tire on there, you can go and do a lot of things. [00:09:59] Randall: Yeah, the dropper helps a lot with that. In terms of just being able to be more nuanced with your body English as you going over stuff. But yeah, I run 700 by 30 tubeless tires and I'll go out on hard road drives and then I'll pass it on to see a trail and be like, oh, what's over there, I must find out now and then to see. Go and do a little bit of adventuring. And you gotta pick, you gotta pick your lines. You gotta be careful not to hit anything, square, a square edge. That's gonna, bang up against your rim. But if you're if your pressure is high enough and you're gentle enough with your writing, you can do a remarkable amount. Most of the stuff that we've written in Marine together up written on slicks. [00:10:36] At one point. Yeah. [00:10:38] not saying it's a good idea, but it's doable. [00:10:41] Craig: True. And you enjoyed other parts of the ride and leaned into other parts of the ride, presumably more because that's, what the bike was oriented around on that particular day. And maybe you needed to nurse your way down Blazedale Ridge or something, but you got through it. [00:10:55] Randall: Yeah, and it's definitely more of an uphill thing than a downhill thing. [00:11:00] Craig: Yeah. [00:11:00] Randall: go uphill on dirt and then downhill on, on road, but okay. The, we went on a proper tangent there. [00:11:07] Craig: Yeah, sorry. next? [00:11:08] one. Next question is from Josh, from east Texas. It's around suppleness. Suppleness in tires is desired by riders. So how do I choose a simple tire without having to buy it and write it with no published measure of scale of suppleness on a given tire from the manufacturer we are left with only this tire field strop sample is TPI and indication. [00:11:30] Why don't manufacturers provide consumers with this information? [00:11:33] Randall: So I'm going to volunteer Ben Z and Marcus G in the forum as to people who seem to have written. Every tire I've ever heard of. And some that I haven't. And there are others in there that have as well. But yeah, I think this is a matter of finding out what other people like and kindly asking their opinion and experiences with it. [00:11:52] Craig: Exactly. I think that's a good recommendation. [00:11:55] Next question is from Tom Henkel and it's around tire pressure. He acknowledges that he tends to ride harder pressures than a lot of people seem to recommend, but he's also dented REMS and had to wrangle the, straighten them out enough to complete a ride. So he's nervous about bottoming out. How do you know how low is too low? Given the weight of the rider and width of the tire? Also, how does this vary by terrain type? [00:12:17] Randall: The indication of how low is too low is really. He's denting his rims. And pinch flatting as well you can have two riders of the same weight on the same tires at the same pressure on the same terrain, one we'll be a little bit better at picking lines or at shifting weight around. And we'll be able to push the limits a little bit more. But if you're ponderous and steamrolling through things, then you might need to run higher pressures in order not to bang the rims. Now, if you're not already running the highest volume tires that will fit in your frame, start there for sure. And if you are, and you don't want to have to replace your bike, tire inserts, which is something that we haven't really talked about much. And is in its early days in gravel, but it's increasingly popular in mountain bike. And I'll be getting a set of these to try out. Isaac S in the forum loves his and he rides hard. He used to ride his gravel bike like a full-on mountain bike, and even cracked a rim once, and after he put in inserts he never had any trouble and he was actually pushing his pressures even lower. So those would be the recommendations. I have go biggest volume. You can and get some tire inserts. [00:13:25] Craig: Yeah, that makes sense. [00:13:26] It's all trial and error and I am eager as, as well as the listener, I imagined to hear what you think of tire inserts. Cause I do think It's yet another interesting part of the equation that some riders may be able to play around with successfully. [00:13:40] Randall: Yeah, it has the same effect as adding a little bit of suspension. If you can drop the pressure that much lower and have a two tiered suspension effect where you have the travel of the lower pressure tire, and then right before it bottoms out on the rim, you have this protective layer. So yeah, I think it makes a ton of sense, conceptually. So I'm excited to try it. [00:13:58] Craig: Yeah, interesting stuff. [00:14:00] Next question is another one from Kim brown. How do you go around choosing the right tire for the ride? [00:14:05] I guess I make more like quarterly or seasonal decisions around this and live with it. I certainly have brought my beef feed set up bike two places in the middle of the country that didn't require such an aggressive setup. But it is what it is like I, I'm not super concerned but I imagine if you have the wherewithal and interest you can dig in and find the right tire for every single outing. [00:14:32] Randall: Yeah. And you definitely again see people who seem to do that. And that's great. For me. I have a bicycle company and I have two wheel sets and I leave the same tires on until they burn out. I'll even take the Sendero Nabil upfront and when it starts to wear a little bit too much, I'll just move it to the back and put on another Nabil upfront. [00:14:49] I mostly rabid I got, and I got the two we'll set. So I have 700 by 32 blitz and a six 50 by 47 mullet set up. And it's really more of a choice of which wheel package I'm going to go with then. Swapping around tires and things like that, which is a more seasonal or annual decision. [00:15:05] Craig: Yeah. [00:15:06] Yeah. Yeah. Same. [00:15:07] Next one is probably I could've sat in the maintenance section of this conversation, but how do I deal with a pinch flat or puncture or some other common issue in a tubeless tire? [00:15:16] Randall: Punctures. Dynaplugs, bacon strips. Make sure you have a good amount of sealant in there. And have a spare tube as a backup, if all that fails. If you've got a pinch flat in a tubeless tire if it's on the sidewall, then you know, you do what you can to get home. Sometimes a plug will work, but if it's in the sidewall, you're probably going to want to replace that tire versus in the meat of the tread where the rubber is a lot thicker, a plug can last for the remaining life of the tire. And last thing would be, if you really have a problem and you have a tear in the sidewall, a boot or even just jam putting a dollar bill or something in there so it doesn't continue to spread, just so you can get home, and maybe running lower pressure so it doesn't blow out the sidewall. [00:16:00] Craig: Yeah. [00:16:02] If we assume the question came from someone who knows how to change a two-bed tire and has been through that experience, just a couple of other things I would highlight that may not be known unless you've had to go through it. If you are replacing a tubeless tire with an inner tube, you do need to remove the valve core. [00:16:19] First. And you can expect that if you have ample sealant remaining in said tire. It's going to be a messy situation. [00:16:27] Randall: Yeah. [00:16:28] Craig: I don't know what the right thing to do is if you leave the sealant in there, but it's going to be all over you. It's going to be all over the place. It's just something you have to deal with as you get that tire and get your tube in there and find your way home. [00:16:41] Randall: Yeah, all the more reason to get plugs and just have plugs with you because oftentimes you can get by with those. [00:16:48] Craig: Yeah. A hundred percent. The first time you plug a tire, it's like a Eureka moment and you just top off the tire and continue on your way. And when it goes beyond that, then you're a very sad. And you will have to deal with quite a mess. [00:17:02] Randall: There's a picture that think Isaac in the forum shared where he had a hole plugged with eight different plugs in the sidewall and he kept riding it for a while apparently. So Bravo maybe change that casing a little bit sooner. So though. [00:17:18] Craig: Related to tires, we're going to move into a section on wheels. And matthew Wakeman ask, what kind of situations would be worth considering three wheel sets versus just two for do most of it? Bikes. [00:17:32] Randall: So my thinking is the first wheel set is probably a wide 700 that can take everything from road to gravel tires and then a even wider six 50, that's more focused on gravel and adventure riding. And then an even wider two Niner that would be your mountain bike setup now, then. Then, that's getting into two bikes. So you have two bikes, three wheel sets between them. If you're just with one bike for everything, then if you're racing or if you're constantly switching between very focused road experience to a fast, hard packed gravel experience to a rugged. Bike packing adventure sort of experience, then it would make sense to maybe have two, seven hundreds and 1 6 50 B. It really would be another 700 slotting in the middle. There. [00:18:22] Craig: Yeah, for me, it's really around. Tire selection on those wheel sets and yes, it would be a luxury and a full disclosure. I do have three wheel sets in the garage and I'm splitting hairs literally. It's because I'm too lazy to change the tire. And I have the luxury of having the third wheel so that so I've got my sort of NABI. Fairly narrow 700 C off-road sat that will only take me a limited amount of places from where I live. I've got my one that I spend most of my time on which presently is six 50 by 43. And then I've got a 700 with a 30 road tire on it. [00:18:59] And it's more like Totally when I only had two wheel sets, it was all good. Just choose between road and mountain and don't worry too much about it. [00:19:07] Randall: I don't even have three wheels. That's Craig. Bravo. [00:19:10] Craig: Next question comes from Craig. Oh I'm curious on the difference between six 50 B and 700 C and confused about boosts standards, wheels, hubs, rotors and whether it's worth the investment to pursue or just stick with my current wheels. Ideally, I was interested in putting faster, thinner type tires on my 700 C wheels that came with the bike. [00:19:29] For all their road rides and a second set of six 50 B fatter grippier types for off-road fun. I think we've talked a lot about six 50 B versus 700 C on other podcasts and also on this podcast today. But I was interested in this question around standards, as someone who has a mountain bike, I was aware of boosts standards. [00:19:50] What is going on with that with respect to gravel bikes and do we see a path towards a boost standard for gravel bikes or are there specific design considerations that make that not likely. [00:20:03] Randall: So we have one it's called road boost and it seems to have been driven by the emergence of e-bikes as a major category. And what boost does is it increases the spacing upfront 10 millimeters in the back. I believe by six. And it allows the flanges and the hub to be space more widely apart, so that you have more of a bracing angle and more lateral strength. So the same amount of spokes gives you greater lateral stiffness and strength. So that's the benefit now, does it matter for, gravel bikes of, running up to say like a 2.2 tire or even a 2.4 without suspension. It's pretty minor gains. [00:20:46] I do think that we're going to see a transition towards road boost, which is a one 12 by one 10 upfront and a 12 by 1 48 in the rear. There's, trade-offs one of them being a well for pure road bikes. It's going to be trivially, less Aero, there's always the arrow marketing story . And then two in the back to you end up potentially having to increase the Q factor. Of the cranks. So most people actually benefit from more Q factor than the super narrow ones that used to be common on road bikes so it's not really a problem for most riders, but it's just like another design constraint. There's trade-offs is, are you have to fit a lot of things in a tight package and that's the issue, but it's out there, you see a couple bikes with it. Especially E road bikes and gravel bikes. And I think over time, you'll see that transition, but don't consider it an upgrade that you need to swap your bike to get. It's not mean it's not a meaningful thing in that regard, and you can get most of the benefits by just doing asymmetric rims, which, that's why we and others do asymmetric rims to downs the spoke tensions and angles. [00:21:49] Craig: Gotcha. I'm going to slip a personal question in that I'd put in the forum. How often should I grease the threads of my through axles if I change wheels frequently? [00:21:58] Randall: Often enough so that there's always grease on them and no dirt. And if you have any where on the threads you should be doing it more often and use a FIC. FIC Greece. But if you get any dirt in there, like if you drop your through axle or something like that, now you have basically a grinding compound. In the threads. So you want to clean that up. But yeah, that, as with any interface, it will wear over time. So Greece is your way of allowing that interface to last longer than the bike. [00:22:26] Craig: Yeah, great. We've got a question from Alex, from Tifton, Georgia. What's happening in the gravel scene to involve youth. [00:22:33] Randall: You seem to be taking out junior. Fairly often on whatever kids bike with whatever tires it's got on there. I think that counts. [00:22:41] Craig: Yeah, I just want to expose my son to riding off road. And so he's still on a 20 inch wheel bike, but I've put some monster, like two, one tires that I found on it's like a monster truck for him, which I think he enjoys. I think it's the key to bring the youth through mountain biking and discover gravel versus prematurely introducing drop our bikes. [00:23:06] Randall: Yeah. I'm of the same mind. I've a niece that I take riding in the same way and it's just like she has a 20 inch wheels kid's bike. And I just take her out on the dirt and get her comfortable riding on those surfaces and pushing her comfort zone to try new things. But then also just instilling this deep love of the adventure experience, which for me what we're calling gravel is really all about. It's like going and exploring the area where you live from an entirely different angle than you would get in a car or on foot. [00:23:36] Craig: Yeah. Agreed. [00:23:37] Randall: And then of course NICA. We have some coaches in the listenership. Then the new England youth cycling association, actually Patrick in Lee likes bikes are doing a skills clinic with them in October. [00:23:48] So you have that. And then urban off-road bike parks. Lotta our kids in the city don't have access to trails. And so just providing that access, I think is critical. And there's an example of a McLaren bike park in San Francisco. It's in a part of the city that is pretty far from the bridge and pretty far from the Santa Cruz mountains. And so this would be it, and there is plans potentially to expand that. And building more urban bike parks I think is a big part of that as well. [00:24:20] Craig: Yeah, for sure. And you bring a huge skill gain to gravel if you come from the mountain bike side. [00:24:27] Randall: Yeah. Yeah. And starting with a hard tail or even a rigid flat bar bike is a great way to go. [00:24:33] Craig: A hundred percent. Next question comes from Alex in Columbia, Missouri. And it's a question about frame design. With the growing market of gravel. Where, when does the Aero slash race versus endurance market become two separate markets? Also how far do you think it'll go narrower tubing, et cetera. There seems to be a split already forming with Aero features being added to gravel bikes. [00:24:57] Randall: I have strong opinions here, so I'm going to let you go first. [00:25:00] Craig: Yeah. I think the brands are already splitting hairs with these categories as it is. And part of it is positioning vis-a-vis other competitive brands. Part of it is just the designer's vision for what this bike is intended to do. And those lines are blurry and murky and are going to come down to individual brand managers to execute on. So I think it's already a total disaster. [00:25:27] Randall: I think most Aero claims, especially in gravel are entirely bunk. And it's marketing. And I'll give you an example. So on a road bike, a designer can control almost all of the parameters except for the rider, which ironically is the biggest one more than 80% of the aerodynamic profile, the tire with being a big one, right? So you can have your rim with, and your rim depth matched to the width of the tire. You can have the down tube optimized for that tire to end up really close to the front leading edge of that down tube and the down tube, it can be really narrow. So you have a smooth transition between, rim to tire, to frame in a way that minimizes turbulence. So with a road bike, it's more of a controlled system. And even then the gains are very marginal. And if you look at the. What marketers are usually claiming. If you add up all the Watts that you saved, you'd be traveling at a hundred miles an hour on all the different components you can buy. On gravel, it's worse because you, you have really wide tires. And so you'll have a deep section rim. With a big old tire on it and the tire is much wider than the rim. You're already having detachment of airflow as soon as it comes off that tire. There's a rule which folks can look up the rule of a hundred, 5%, which says that as long as the rim is a hundred, 5%, the width of the tire, then you can generally get good attach flow over the rim, regardless of that rims shape with certain shapes being marginally better. But that one oh 5% rule being more important. But if you have a big old tire on an arrow rim, all that at error rim is doing is adding weights and potentially increasing turbulence, especially in a crosswind where it's going to make it harder to steer. So that's my take on wheels. And then obviously handlebars and all that other stuff very marginal gains, especially given that it's not being designed as a system around the tires and so on. [00:27:14] Aero helmet and rider position, rider positions the biggest thing that you can do, if you want to improve your. Arrow. [00:27:20] Craig: Yeah. And I was looking at the question more, less, so about like aerodynamics and more just marketing and bikes in general. And seeing that. There's just a spectrum of bikes that are marketed in different ways. From endurance road bikes, to Aira road bikes, to arrow gravel bikes. I totally agree and understand your comments, and my comments are more just related to the market in general and how there's a plethora of things being directed at consumers and it's ever more confusing to figure it out. [00:27:50] Fortunately with most quality gravel bikes, you do get this one bike that can do a ton of things. And bikes that you can configure in the way that you ride them. [00:28:02] Randall: Yeah, I think you'll see the incorporation of some functional arrow. There's no reason not to do a tapered head tube or certain other things, but it's such marginal gains. And really, it's hard to build an Aero bike if you're not controlling for the tire volume and given the divergence in tire sizes that these bikes use that's not a really a controllable variable in design. [00:28:24] Craig: Yeah. So the final question comes from our friend Marcus in Woodside, California. What are your guesses about the big bike tech quantum leap forward coming next, similar in magnitude to. [00:28:39] to e-bikes and olive green bib shorts. [00:28:42] Randall: Marcus is a good friend. And I was definitely on trend with the big shorts there. Really, how do you top that? How does the industry come up with the next thing after olive green shorts? [00:28:51] Craig: Nothing can make a rider faster or look better than all of Deb's shorts. [00:28:57] Randall: So that's it. Marcus? I think that's the end of innovation in the bike industry. Yeah, this is a space that you know, that I've put a little bit, a bit of thought into. I'm going to let you go first here as well. [00:29:07] Craig: I think that makes sense, because I agree this is a tailor made Randall question. I do think the continued use of electronic componentry and other electronics that we all use, has to lead to more integration in bicycles, whether it's like battery packs that are embedded in the bikes that can power both my components, my GPS computer, my headlamp, all these things. I feel like it's a natural point, just like we're seeing in every other element of our lives, where battery and power is required. These things start to appear in more innovative ways. So I think that's interesting. [00:29:46] I think on the e-bike market, we're starting to see more and more of these bikes that not only is the battery removed, but also the engine, the sort of the motor part of the componentry comes out. So you start to get this bike that has assemblance of ability to ride without the component of it and it's not going to match a pure performance bike, but it may, for some people While still having that opportunity to use the e-bike functionality. So I think those are things that trends that we're definitely going to continue to see. And. And some more forward thinking thoughts. [00:30:21] Randall: Yeah, I agree with that, and I have a little bit more nuance to add but I want to start with the big, low lying fruit, and we started doing this, Basic things like proportional, crank length. I find it nuts that the industry up until recently didn't really make anything smaller than a 1 65 crank and continues to not offer shorter cranks for shorter riders. [00:30:41] This is one thing that we did, and then you now see FSA has done a good job of having offerings down to, I think 1 45. To accommodate smaller riders and so proportional, crank length. Proportional wheel sizes, I think is a big opportunity. There's no reason why, it's really small riders. Shouldn't have their wheels scaling to some degree. We already have a 26 inch size, so maybe for the biggest higher volume on an extra small bike, you'd run a 26 by 2.2 or something like that. You do need more tire options, but otherwise it would help to make that bike perform more like the bigger ones with a bigger rider on them. So those are two that I would really like to see. [00:31:18] I'd like to see continued innovation on integrated quick on and off storage solution. So I think lightweight bags and so on are really slick. And I think that we'll continue to see innovation there. You mentioned electronics. I agree. And it's getting ridiculous with the number of batteries you can have on the bike. [00:31:34] If you have a wireless shifting system, you can have a battery in each hood battery in each front and rear derailleur. You can have sensors on the bike each with separate batteries, a heart rate monitor, or the separate battery two lights with separate batteries, computer. It's silly and it adds a lot of cost and weight and complexity the system. So I think there should be a single battery on the bike and that there should be a universal standard that all components use. I don't think this is going to happen because everyone everyone wants to trap you into their particular walled garden, but that's a conversation for another day. [00:32:04] But yeah, those are the big ones. And then lastly, self-contained bike systems that leave nearly nothing behind, maybe some sort of lightweight regenerative braking for this one battery. I would like to see. But first things first and then subtler suspension designs, which I think we're already starting to see with more compliance, like flexible components, you. [00:32:24] Bar handlebar is built with a little bit of flex or a suspension stem versus going whole hog with a full on suspension fork, just to get 30 or 40 millimeters of travel. [00:32:33] Did I answer your question? Marcus, let us know in the forum. Hope, hope you're satisfied with the answer. And what is the next color of big short. Greg, what do you think. [00:32:41] Craig: That's putting me on the spot. Maybe like a tan might do something that makes you a little bit nude. [00:32:47] Randall: Ooh. Yeah, that would be that everybody would be really comfortable seeing that. Yeah, I'm with [00:32:53] Craig: dangerous territory. [00:32:54] Randall: we will have various options to match everyone's skin tone. So we all look like we're riding in the nude. [00:33:02] Trend leader, Craig Dalton. [00:33:05] Craig: This was a heck of a lot of fun. [00:33:07] And it would not have happened without the community. So big shout out to the ridership community and to everybody who submitted questions. I'd love to see us do this again. So we'll probably set up a channel down the line and put the question out there again and see what's gets generated because it was a lot of fun chatting with you about these questions. [00:33:25] Randall: Yeah, it's what we do on our rides only we've recorded at this time. [00:33:29] Craig: Yeah, exactly. That's going to do it for us this week on behalf of Randall and myself, have a great week. And until next time here's to finding some dirt onto your wheels. [00:33:42]
Today's episode is a special treat! Stu and Amy McLaren join me to discuss new Amy's book, Passion to Purpose and how their multiple businesses and their global charity, Village Impact has gone from a passion to a massive source of purpose, contribution and legacy. We talk about passion, working together, family life, leveraging their strengths, challenges they faced and how they have overcome them and so much more. If you are looking to make a bigger impact, contribution and leave a legacy you can be proud of, you do NOT want to miss this interview. Stu and Amy are a powerhouse couple and they share so much value and wisdom they are learning in the trenches every single day. Remember that all proceeds from your purchase of Passion to Purpose are donated directly to Village Impact to build schools for kids in Kenya. You can get your hands on a copy of Amy's book here: https://amymclaren.com/passion-to-purpose-book. You won't regret that investment, I promise!!! Enrollment to the Offensive Playbook Challenge is now open for a limited-time for hard-working husbands who want to become instantly irresistable to their wives. This 14-day challenge is just part of my Magnetic Marriage Blueprint specifically designed to help hard-working husbands quickly gain more attention, affection and appreciation fromt their wives without complianing, bickering or trying to change her so you can both experience the passionate and fulfilling side of marriage again. You can check out the challenge at: www.offensiveplaybookchallenge.com.
One-on-one pod today, Chris is in Houston and Jason is back in LA for 24 hours. We chat about Chris' spacious hotel suite, Mclaren automobiles, the Hermés Apple watch, a new offering from Barry's Bootcamp, Houston's premier gay sports bar, we ideate a Hodinkee name change protest, the “evil” meme format, Chris starring in a music video, smoothie prices, The Beach Boys song “Kokomo,” we get the stage set for tonight's Succession premiere, cousin Greg's arc, some airplane complaining, listening to an entire episode of Joe Rogan on a flight with no headphones on, mental illness, we workshop some ideas on how to navigate a wet bathroom, Dave Chappelle's newfound blue lives matter audience, and some new tour and merch updates. twitter.com/donetodeath twitter.com/themjeans --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/howlonggone/support
Tune in for a fun Mailboxboxbox and some hilarious news stories as we get ready for the F1 US Grand Prix at COTA! Listeners reached out about their excitement for COTA, traditional Turkish Formula Brunch, previously cancelled Japanese Formula Brunch, Lewis Hamilton shrines, and Formula 1 predictions. Lance Stroll has opened up his helmet design for COTA to a fan vote, but... you need to download an app, register an account, buy Aston Martin Fan Tokens, and spend those tokens to vote. The 3 potential designs are all themed around space with SpaceX, galaxy, and lunar landscape stylings. Daniel Ricciardo provided an update on the status of Cyril Abiteboul's tattoo. Christian Horner is talking more trash about Toto Wolff and his emails. F1 is proposing even more sprint races next season. Zak Brown has a crude nameplate on his McLaren office desk. Yuki Tsunoda is a big Formula Brunch guy. Rumors are swirling around a possible Andretti takeover of Alfa Romeo Sauber. Fernando Alonso is busy burning even more bridges and alleging more British bias. SUBSCRIBE to Purple Sector wherever you get your podcasts FOLLOW @PurpleSectorPod on Instagram and Twitter CALL/TEXT Purple Sector at +1 904-8-PURPLE
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Mark Webber joins TC and Natalie for a deep dive into the 2021 Turkish Grand Prix. Webber won nine times with Red Bull during his career, but he thinks his old team will have to pull out all the stops if Max Verstappen is to beat Lewis Hamilton to this year's World Championship. Webber's here for the big questions from the race: why did Hamilton stay out so long on his worn tyres, have Ferrari hit back against McLaren, what was Mark's former teammate Sebastian Vettel thinking when he gambled on slicks, and how does the Fernando Alonso of 2021 compare to the driver Webber went wheel-to-wheel with? Plus Mark puts his ‘driver representative' hat on to reveal how he's trying to help Formula 2 championship leader Oscar Piastri make the jump to F1. This episode is sponsored by: sons.co.uk use the code F1NATION30 to get £30 off your first order manscaped.com - get 20% off + free shipping with the code F1NATION
Rain and engine penalties once again played a big role in Turkey's edition of a Formula One Grand Prix. Lewis Hamilton taking on a a new internal combustion engine would pave the way for Max Verstappen to once again take the lead in the World Drivers Championship. Ferrari hit back after their engine upgrades and the narrow the lead against McLaren for third in the Constructors Championship. You can cut the tension with a knife as "Slick-termidiates" make their return and left us wondering who would win this race at the end. Let's Jump the Start! You can find us via all of our platforms at https://t.co/jpsXhBpHX9?amp=1 Visit our website http://www.Jumpthestartracing.com Follow us on Instagram: @JumpthestartF1 Twitter: @JumpthestartF1 Check us out on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Youtube, Stitcher, Tune In, iHeart Radio and Google Podcasts Our equipment: All of us use ATR2100X Microphones - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07ZPBFVKK/ref=as_li_qf_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=jumpthestartr-20&creative=9325&linkCode=as2&creativeASIN=B07ZPBFVKK&linkId=50ff9478b8a3d815e54d095078f5dff1 We use them with Gator Frameworks microphone bases - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00BPELU68/ref=as_li_qf_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=jumpthestartr-20&creative=9325&linkCode=as2&creativeASIN=B00BPELU68&linkId=ddec13744b8d65862695d3c8f152631a Headphones are AudioTechnica M30x or M50x https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00HVLUQW8/ref=as_li_qf_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=jumpthestartr-20&creative=9325&linkCode=as2&creativeASIN=B00HVLUQW8&linkId=f7f48faf61160060180954dfb24888f4 Cameras used are 2 logitech C920xs - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B085TFF7M1/ref=as_li_qf_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=jumpthestartr-20&creative=9325&linkCode=as2&creativeASIN=B085TFF7M1&linkId=18849d3b40a55987a0ccaa8bd9750202 And 2 Lumix cameras. The real MVP is the Zoom Podtrak P8 that Ruben controls for all of our audio. Best piece of equipment out there - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08HKL3T1S/ref=as_li_qf_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=jumpthestartr-20&creative=9325&linkCode=as2&creativeASIN=B08HKL3T1S&linkId=7623438f6042e30d4ca5abfa686871c6 This podcast is hosted by Ruben Pepin, Yhancy Nunez, and Wellington Moreaux
This week, host Shayla Oulette Stonechild is joined by Nicole McLaren. Nicole is a mother, wife and entrepreneur at heart. Her steady search for opportunities, combined with her enterprising, Indigenous roots led her to launch Raven Reads – a subscription box featuring literature and goods from Indigenous authors and entrepreneurs across North America. Nicole is also the Founder and Chair of the Indigenous Women's Business Network, an expanding non-profit network that provides support for other Indigenous women looking to start or grow their own businesses. In this episode, the duo discusses Nicole's journey to entrepreneurship, the grassroots origins of Raven Reads, how Nicole's commute laid the groundwork for Raven Reads, what it's like to be an Indigenous Entrepreneur and the challenges she has surmounted as a result, being a mother, how a Raven Reads box is curated, creating a safe space for non-Indigenous people to learn about Indigenous people, being Metis and feeling disconnected from her heritage, and some tips for Indigenous entrepreneurs. ... Follow Nicole A. McLaren on Instagram Follow Shayla Oulette Stonechild on Instagram Visit thebrandisfemale.com.
The rain fell again and we all got very excited about the adventures we were about to have. I mean, it’s a wet race, they’re always chocked full of drama, thrills and spills right? RIGHT? It had its moments but the biggest thing to take away from this race is should Mercedes have called Lewis...
Whoever founded the 'World Porridge Day' couldn't have asked for a better tribute than Valtteri Bottas scoring his first win of the season at the 2021 Turkish Grand Prix. The Finn inherited pole position on Saturday & then drove a controlled race to finish ahead of the Red Bulls of Max Verstappen & Sergio Perez. In this Pits to Podium segment of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, Soumil and Kunal discuss the damp-but-boring race at the Istanbul Park Circuit. (Episode description follows below) Use 'PUMAINSIDELINE' to avail a 5% discount on Puma's Motorsport merchandise collection (exclusive for our listeners in India). Subscribe to our newsletter! It's free, informative, insightful and visually appealing. You can read more and sign up. In this episode - why was the circuit not drying up despite no rainfall for most of the race? Is the Pirelli intermediate a racing tyre? Should Mercedes have taken Lewis Hamilton's power unit-induced grid penalty at another race? And of course, should Mercedes have opted for the '0-stopper' strategy for their reigning World Champion? Should Red Bull Racing be pleased with a double podium finish? Mclaren lost a bit of ground to Ferrari - Leclerc's missed podium and Sainz's brilliant recovery drive. The surprising part was that the race saw now SC / VSC despite being held in damp conditions and despite an on-track battle between the two Haas drivers. Tune in! (Season 2021, Episode 60) Follow our hosts on Twitter: Sundaram Ramaswami, Soumil Arora and Kunal Shah Image courtesy: Mercedes
FOLLOW UP: ROLLS ROYCE 102EX CONCEPT CARIn response to Alan's query about the wireless charging for the 2011 102EX concept car, from Rolls Royce, Dave Monks has got in touch. He confirmed that the wireless charging did work and in fact he designed it to deal with a wide range of voltages, grid frequencies and types of charging interface. There was only one model and they drove it around the world to show it working. Thank you Dave, for putting us straight! NEW CAR REGISTRATION FIGURES SEPTEMBER 2021SMMT has released the UK's September New Car Registration figures and they are the lowest since September 1998. On the upside, it is the best month for battery electric vehicles. Tesla is the most registered, so a boat must have docked, with the Vauxhall Corsa being the top registered car year to date. The Spreadsheet of Doom is predictably doomy. To find out more, click here for the SMMT article. FISKER APPOINTS ASTON MARTIN ENGINEER David King, the former Aston Martin engineer who was head of their Special Vehicle Operations, will head up Fisker's new UK-based special vehicles division. He is tasked with showcasing the use of specialised materials and technologies. To find out more, click the Autocar story here. FORD DITCHING MORE DIESEL OPTIONSThe Mondeo, Galaxy and S-Max will no longer be offered with a diesel engine option, joining the Fiesta. They will, instead, have a petrol hybrid choice which is very close to the same efficiency and better with the emissions. The Kuga and Focus retain diesel engines, for now. To find out more, click here for the Autocar article. BIRMINGHAM LOW-TRAFFIC PLANBirmingham has proposed making the centre of the city a low-traffic area. Using existing roads, the idea is instead of funnelling cars through the centre of the city but turn them back to the ring road and travel to another of the seven zones that will be created. To read more, click The Guardian article here. ABB LAUNCHES FASTEST EVE CHARGERABB has released information on their Terra 360 modular charging station, which will be able to charge four different vehicles at the same time but is also flexible in the charging rates it can deliver that to each of the vehicles. Added to this, they claim that an EV can be fully charged in 15 minutes. To find out more, click here for the Business Motoring article. WARRINGTON INSTALLING ON-STREET CHARGERSConnected kerb, in partnership with Warrington Council, are installing 30 on-street charging stations for houses without off-street parking. To find out more, click the Connected Kerb article here. ——————————————————————————-If you like what we do, on this show, and think it is worth a £1.00, please consider supporting us via Patreon. Here is the link to that CLICK HERE TO SUPPORT THE PODCAST——————————————————————————-WRC FINLAND Elfyn Evans won the Rally Finalnd event, clawing back 20 points on championship leader Ogier, in the process. Tanak and Breen were second and third, for Hyundai. To learn more about this brilliant win, click the DirtFish article here. For the amazing on-board footage of Evans, click the WRC link here. For DirtFish's ‘What We Learned' article, click the link here. NEW NEW CAR NEWSWhy the Chip Shortage Is So Complex There is no New New Car News, this week, but we have this topical article from Jalopnik that helps to explain the situation, from both sides of the negotiating table. Think of this as an additional Lunchtime Read. To find out more, click the link here. DESIGNERS MOOD BOARD: NIO APPOINT TWO DIRECTORSNIO, the Chinese EV company, has appointed Alister Weaver, from JLR, and Joaquin Garcia, from SEAT and Cupra, as studio directors. This is another loss for Jaguar Land Rover's design team. To read more, click here for the Autocar article. LUNCHTIME READ: PICTURE PERFECT Hagerty has a wonderful interview with Paul Howse, who's design work helped bring the P1, 570, 720 and Artura to fruition for McLaren. Paul was signed off with stress in 2020 and then was one of 1200 who were made redundant by McLaren, as a result of the impact of the Covid pandemic. However, this is a positive tale. By reading the article you will learn how well he is now doing and what he is doing, by clicking the link here. LIST OF THE WEEK: BIGGEST ESTATE CARS EVER BUILTYou know we like and estate, on this show, well here is a list of the biggest that have been made. Have a listen to Andrew and Alex's choices, then click this Autocar link here, and see if you agree or would pick something else. AND FINALLY: SILVER GHOST RE-ENACTS LONDON TO EDINBURGH RUN Bored of hearing how priceless classic cars are kept undercover in warehouses? So are we, instead you can hear about an original Rolls Royce Silver Ghost re-enacting the run it made in 1911 from London to Edinburgh, as close to the original run as possible. To find out more, click the Rolls Royce article here.
In his long career, Emanuele Pirro has experienced everything motorsport can throw at a driver. The Italian raced for Benetton while also helping to develop Prost and Senna's mighty McLaren Honda MP4/4 in the 1980s. Later, he battled soaking conditions at the infamous 1991 Australian GP and won Le Mans five times. Emanuele has enjoyed an incredible career, and has great stories to tell. Why did he reject Ferrari? Why did Riccardo Patrese hit him on the helmet after his final Grand Prix? Emanuele also tells Tom Clarkson about his current role as an FIA Driver Steward.
Law Firms & The Next Frontier: Moray McLaren, founder of Lexington, a premier global legal consulting firm, speaks with Richard Levick of LEVICK on the latest challenges for law firms including resilience, price sensitivity, doing too well in Covid, an age of unhappy but well compensated associates, new competition and more. Maury is speaking at the Law Firm Marketing Summit in London.
Former F1® racer and Sky Sports commentator Karun Chandhok analyses the seven-race showdown for the championship between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen, discusses the escalating tension between Mercedes and Red Bull, has his say on the future prospects of F2® series leader Oscar Piastri, and considers whether Daniel Ricciardo has turned the corner at McLaren.
This episode features Jennifer Montgomery, President and CEO of McLaren St. Luke's Hospital. Here, she discusses why nursing as a background is so powerful as a leader, caring for the community as a whole, and a lot more.
VÓTANOS, POR FAVOR, EN LOS PREMIOS DE IVOOX AQUÍ: https://es.surveymonkey.com/r/PremiosIvooxAudiencia2021 En el segundo episodio de la semana, los chicos de Podcast Técnica Fórmula 1 terminan de hacer repaso y balance de lo sucedido en el Gran Premio de Rusia de la semana pasada. Pero, además, habrá tiempo para repasar la carrera de la IndyCar en Long Beach y la consecución del título por parte de Alex Palou, así como harán un análisis previo de lo que podemos esperar del Rally de Finlandia, que podremos ver este fin de semana. Un final de carrera inesperado. En la lucha por la victoria, Hamilton paraba en la vuelta 27 y Norris (y Verstappen) lo hacían en la vuelta 29, pero el de McLaren consiguió salir por delante del Mercedes. Y desde ese momento los dos británicos se estuvieron persiguiendo por todo el resto del Gran Premio. Norris hizo un grandísimo trabajo defendiéndose de Hamilton, demostrando la madurez que ha alcanzado. En la vuelta 37 Sainz volvía a la 3ª posición, prácticamente sin que nadie se diera cuenta, posición que mantendría de forma muy inteligente hasta el final, consiguiendo el tercer escalón del podio al final de la carrera. En la vuelta 46 comenzaron a caer las primeras gotas de agua. Había que tomar una decisión: ¿cambiar a gomas de agua? ¿cuándo? Hamilton lo hizo en la vuelta 50, pero Norris decidió quedarse en pista para intentar mantener la posición, cosa que no pudo conseguir debido a que la lluvia fue cada vez a más. El desenlace final fue que el de McLaren tuvo que entrar cuando ya casi no podía manejar el coche con slicks y terminó 7º. Una gran decepción para McLaren, que no sería la última del día. La lluvia al final de la carrera trajo consigo un gran lío a la hora de llamar a los pilotos para montar neumáticos de lluvia, lo que acabó con Verstappen en segunda posición. El holandés y Red Bull, al final, han quedado con un motor nuevo para final de temporada y perdiendo lo mínimo con Hamilton, pues la vuelta rápida se la llevó Norris. Ahora, además, los de Mercedes tienen que decidir dónde cambia la unidad de potencia - y penaliza - el británico. Mucho más que Fórmula 1. No todo el Motorsport es Fórmula 1. Y el fin de semana fue una muestra de ello, con la esperadísima última carrera de la IndyCar. Alex Palou, Pato O’Ward y Josef Newgarden se jugaban el título y la carrera no pudo estar más divertida. Finalmente, Colton Herta ganaba la carrera, como hiciera la semana pasada, y Josef Newgarden, que lo había peleado con toda su alma, quedaba segundo. Palou terminó 4º, pero esa posición le daba matemáticamente el título de la IndyCar. Un título más que merecido por la temporada que ha hecho y que significa que se convierte en el primer campeón español de la Indy. Lo peor de la carrera fue el hecho de que Ed Jones se llevara por delante, en una de las primeras vueltas de carrera, a Pato O’Ward, lo que le mandó al final de la parrilla y le provocaría, unas pocas vueltas más tarde, una rotura en la suspensión trasera que acabó con todas las posibilidades que el mexicano tenía para luchar con Palou por el título, algo que nos habría encantado presenciar. Al final, lamentablemente, no fue el día de Mclaren tampoco en Estados Unidos, aunque hay que reconocer que tanto el equipo de Fórmula 1 como el de Indy y sus pilotos están firmando una grandísima temporada. No hay fin de semana sin motor. Y, ya con la IndyCar terminada y con la Fórmula 1 tomándose una semana de descanso antes de llegar a Turquía, sólo nos queda ocupar el fin de semana, si queremos disfrutar de algo de motor, con el Rally de Finlandia, uno de los más icónicos de la temporada y que este año llega mucho más tarde en el año. En este programa los chicos del podcast nos hablarán de las principales características de este rally, de los tramos que tendremos en esta edición y de la asistencia de público a los mismos. También nos contarán cómo son las pista finlandesas y qué gomas serán las protagonistas, así como de las novedades técnicas en los coches para este rally y de cómo ven a los distintos pilotos dentro de la categoría reina. Sube tus comentarios de audio o tus preguntas y te escucharás en el siguiente podcast. Puede hacerlo aquí: https://www.speakpipe.com/tecnicaformula1 No olvidéis seguirnos en nuestra redes sociales donde tendréis información extra: Twitter: @PodcastTecnica / @RaulMolinaRecio Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PodcastTecnicaFormula1/ Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
#424 Sochi, Distinguished Gents & Not Ferraris. Lando almost wins, Lewis wins 100 times. Alex goes for a ride with some distinguished gents and we discuss the GTOs that aren't really Ferraris. Plus Zak Brown's new rooms and Grosjean chooses a catch phrase.
Join us as we discuss the Russian Grand Prix, our thoughts on the finish between Lando and Lewis, and hear Jamie throw out some BOLD opinions. The race will be one to remember and one that Mclaren fans will not forget about for a very long time. We are closing in on the end of the season and anything feels possible at this point! Podcast socials Instagram Twitter Your hosts F1luna BaristajoshF1 JamieF1 F1jonny Welcome to the Sidepod cast. Thank you so much for your support. Our goal for this podcast is a safe place for all F1 fans. We want it to be a place you can relax, smile, have a good laugh and learn about F1. We talk all things F1 on and off the track every week. Thanks for listening and KI KI AY!!!
Hayden is joined by Liam Worley on the show to discuss the chaotic Russian Grand Prix. Did Lando or McLaren lose the race, and was it the best race of the season so far? NC State upsets Clemson in 2OT. Is Clemson's run as a contender over, and are they on upset alert this weekend? Also, Auburn's narrow victory over Georgia State, Ole Miss's chances vs. Alabama, and a CFB Playoff theory that leaves Liam shook! For the NFL, are the Cowboys a top-3 team in the NFC after their win over the Eagles, and just how good are the Rams after they defeated the Buccaneers? Lastly, thoughts on Justin Field's NFL debut vs. the Browns and Week 5 of GamePicks! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/offthebenchxlr/support
VÓTANOS, POR FAVOR, EN LOS PREMIOS DE IVOOX AQUÍ: https://es.surveymonkey.com/r/PremiosIvooxAudiencia2021 Como viene siendo ya una costumbre esta temporada, los, a priori, circuitos más aburridos de la temporada nos están dejando, en 2021, carreras memorables y más que entretenidas. Así ocurrió el fin de semana pasado en Sochi, donde se disputó el Gran Premio de Rusia 2021. En el primer episodio de esta semana los chicos de Podcast Técnica Fórmula (con Iván Fernández, Abel Caro e Ignacio Psijas) analizarán a fondo todo lo que dio de sí, no sólo la carrera, sino todo el fin de semana en Rusia. Un final de infarto. Aunque parezca empezar la casa por el tejado, no podemos menos de hablar de un final pasado por agua donde la lluvia fue la protagonista y dio un vuelco grandísimo a la carrera. Como tampoco podemos dejar de comentar que la victoria de Hamilton en la carrera le llevó, por fin, a sumar su centésima victoria en la categoría, cifra que llevaba acariciando desde hace muchos Grandes Premios. Una victoria que le pone, de nuevo, liderando el Mundial de pilotos, pero no con mucha ventaja, pues tiene a Verstappen a tan sólo 2,5 puntos tras él. Y, por supuesto, no nos olvidamos del sabor agridulce de no haber visto la primera victoria en F1 de Lando Norris, que hubiera sido bien merecida: la perdió en las 3 últimas vueltas, donde fallaron tanto él como su equipo en la toma de decisiones. Pero así son las carreras. Por otra parte, destacar el podio de Carlos Sainz, que hizo una carrera que sorprendió a todos y que no ha dejado a nadie indiferente, sobre todo en Italia. La carrera comenzó el sábado. Aunque debido a las previsiones de lluvias para el sábado se llevaba hablando desde el viernes de la posibilidad de que la clasificación no tuviera lugar hasta el domingo, finalmente la climatología dio una tregua y la clasificación tuvo lugar a la hora prevista. Y no pudo ser más animada y traer más alegrías a los protagonistas. Con Verstappen fuera de la ecuación, pues había cambiado la unidad de potencia ya que el circuito era, en principio, poco favorable a Red Bull y además arrastraba la penalización por el choque con Hamilton en la carrera anterior, parecía que en este circuito “Mercedes” el equipo alemán iba a llevarse la Pole, máxime con el buen fin de semana que estaba firmando Bottas, al que este circuito se le da muy bien. Pero no, ninguno de los dos pudo llevarse la Pole. Fue un increíble Norris el que la consiguió, la primera de su carrera en Fórmula 1, aunque durante unos instantes no estuvo claro si sería para él o para Sainz, que finalmente se quedó con el segundo puesto. Un segundo puesto que siempre se ha dicho que no es una buena posición de salida en Sochi. El tercer puesto se lo llevo Russell, que volvió, con un Williams, a calificar por delante de su futuro compañero en Mercedes. Y es que Hamilton perdió una valiosa oportunidad de lograr la Pole al quedarse con un intento menos: cometió un fallo en boxes y golpeó uno de los muros. ¿Está quizás el británico tan nervioso como dice que ve a Verstappen? La verdad es que en esta carrera no debiera haberlo estado, pues el holandés salía desde el fondo de la parrilla y en el equipo Mercedes habían tomado la “estratégica” decisión (en palabras de Wolff) de volver a cambiar partes del motor de Bottas para que este quedara al fondo de la parrilla pero por delante del de Red Bull y le parara… cosa que finalmente no sucedió. Una salida inimaginable. Con Norris en primera posición y Russell en tercera posición, parecía que Sainz tenía todas las papeletas para perder su posición rápidamente, bien, con Russell, bien con Hamilton, que salía por detrás de él y podía beneficiarse de su rebufo. Pero no fue así. Sainz consiguió colocarse rápidamente tras Norris, arrebatando el rebufo del de McLaren al Williams y terminó por pasarle y colocarse en la primera posición. Mientras, Hamilton hacía una salida muy cauta y era adelantado por Stroll y Alonso. Ya desde el inicio de la carrera algunos pilotos ganaron muchas posiciones y comenzaron a remontar, como es el caso de Leclerc (que había montado también una nueva unidad de potencia, la nueva evolución de Ferrari), Verstappen o Bottas. A pesar de todos esos movimientos, la primeras vueltas fueron tranquilas. En la vuelta 14, Norris pasó a Sainz, que no tenía velocidad ni ritmo respecto a su rival. Entonces Sainz hizo su parada y montón duros, mostrando una de las grandes carencias del coche italiano con las gomas. Russell también hizo su parada para defenderse de Stroll, pero en Williams hicieron una mala actuación y terminaron perdiendo la posición con el Aston Martin. En esos momentos, los McLaren iban primero y segundo, con un Ricciardo que esta semana ocupó el papel de defensa de su compañero, y de qué manera, contra Hamilton. Pero al hacer la parada también hubo un mal trabajo en el box de McLaren y Ricciardo terminó cayendo hasta el puesto 13º. Mientras, Pérez era cuarto sin poder tirarle el coche a Hamilton. Sube tus comentarios de audio o tus preguntas y te escucharás en el siguiente podcast. Puede hacerlo aquí: https://www.speakpipe.com/tecnicaformula1 No olvidéis seguirnos en nuestra redes sociales donde tendréis información extra: Twitter: @PodcastTecnica / @RaulMolinaRecio Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PodcastTecnicaFormula1/ Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
395 | Race Car Brain with Nicholas Hunziker About Nicholas: Nicholas was first originally from Switzerland. He's a long-time motoring enthusiast, licensed racer, and fourth-generation painter. He now lives and works in the U.S. as a professional automotive fine artist. He trained at Pasadena ArtCenter College of Design and incorporates many elements of Art Deco advertising posters in his paintings - a style he called, “Period Correct.” He's worked with the likes of Porsche, 24h Le Mans, McLaren, and Ford, to create one-of-a-kind art pieces and automotive-themed design prints for apparel and products. [00:03:26] - Nicholas talks about a 20-foot painting he was commissioned to do in 2015 for Porsche and says more about his artwork and his business. [00:04:30] - Mentioned here: [00:05:29] - Hear more about Nicholas' family history of artists, Art Deco, photography, and postmodernism. [00:07:01] - Nicholas gives an honest answer when people ask him how they can become a painter, his thoughts on corporate culture, the types of clients he's worked with, and what he did before becoming a full-time painter. [00:10:07] - A relatable moment of time-blindness is mentioned here. (Implied; the phrase, “time-blindness” is not actually mentioned here.) Then, Eric and Nicholas dive more into ADHD and how it's “the worst-named disorder in the world”, the difference between hyperfocus and flow, and how Nicholas experiences hyperfocus. [00:14:19] - Eric talks about the COVID hobby he picked up - painting - and asks Nicholas about changing brushes. A question for the listener: Is it just Eric? Or do you think painters with ADHD have to buy more brushes because “we” don't clean them off fast enough? [00:21:47] - Nicholas answers Eric's question: “From what you're learning so far, how do you see ADHD showing up in your work, in a way that challenges your work?” Here, Nicholas opens up about mindfulness and other tools he uses, and how he organizes his environment. He also opens up about impulse control and not being able to say “no”, being an instigator, and how his ADHD affects his business and relationship. [00:24:05] - Eric and Nicholas talk about starting “22 things at the same time”, deadlines, and perfectionism. Later, they talk about how long it can take Nicholas to finish a painting. [00:27:52] - Hear a helpful reframe on how hyperfocus can potentially be more draining, rather than a superpower. Then, Nicholas talks about the energy differences when he paints versus sketching, how long it takes him to figure out details for historical accuracy, and how perfectionism plays a role. [00:34:03] - Mentioned here: [00:43:26] - Nicholas shares how his ADHD has affected his relationship, the challenges they've had to face together, and how a fantastic referral led him to his ADHD diagnosis. [00:46:26] - Eric and Nicholas share a moment when it comes to filling out forms and how they change their handwriting. [00:48:07] - Nicholas talks about the research phase of ADHD, how he's still learning, how the scope of his ADHD has affected his life and the people around him, losing things, and getting derailed. Unintentional tip from Nicholas: Walk around with paper in your hand, it looks like you're going somewhere. Or, you can hold a phone to your ear! [00:51:18] - Eric and Nicholas talk about auditory processing and dyscalculia, recalling conversations, emotional scarring, and the messiness of sequencing events. Then, they talk about taking notes and how Leonardo da Vinci would handwrite. [00:53:59] - Nicholas opens up about communication challenges, his triggers, his tendencies, and his awareness of his reactions. [00:56:49] - Nicholas shares an analogy about an intention versus the effect of the intention. [00:58:39] - Eric and Nicholas talk more about being emotionally laden, emotional defense mechanisms, and forgetfulness. [01:01:56] - Nicholas gives his thanks. He hopes this episode can help someone listening to his story, too. Mentioned on the show: Check out the Other Podcasts on the ADHD reWired Podcast Network: with Brendan Mehan with Will Curb with MJ Siemens with Moira Maybin coming soon - Wait, What Was the Question? with Will Curb and Coach Roxie Martin. Reach out to Will and Roxie at firstname.lastname@example.org Don't Forget These, Too: — Support the show by becoming a Patron! — Get your name on the waitlist to join the fall season of ADHD reWired's Coaching and Accountability Groups — Join your ADHD-friendly co-working space! — Join Eric, Brendan, Will, MJ, Moira, Roxie, and Barb for an hour of Live Q&A on Zoom, every 2nd Tuesday of the month at 12:30pm Central (10:30am Pacific / 1:30pm Eastern)
Dan Prosser and Andrew Frankel look back at a frenetic Russian Grand Prix, which McLaren's Lando Norris came within a few laps of winning. Plus Lewis Hamilton's 100th win, Porsche's electric racing car and all you need to know about our Young Writer Competition.
Straight off their surprise win at Monza, McLaren are at it again. This time snatching Pole and leading a huge chunk of the race, alas not the final lap. I think we can all say that we enjoy wet weather races again. We hope you enjoy. If you have any suggestions as what to cover...
Straight off their surprise win at Monza, McLaren are at it again. This time snatching Pole and leading a huge chunk of the race, alas not the final lap. I think we can all say that we enjoy wet... A simple podcast feed. Various artists.
Scott Mitchell and Mark Hughes join Edd Straw to look back at a dramatic Russian Grand Prix. Visit NordVPN.com/therace or use code therace to take advantage of The Race's limited time offer for 73% off your two-year NordVPN plan plus four bonus months for free.To enter our F1 Authentics competition for the chance to win 1:2 scale replica Michael Schumacher 300th grand prix or Fernando Alonso 2021 helmets, or to get your name on the chequered flag for the Saudi Arabia Grand Prix, visit the wearetherace Instagram.
Yes, you read that correct. In our view, Lando Norris made the correct call. He decided to back his gut & stay out. But of course, it was the wrong call but let's not slay the driver for doing what we all inevitably do - back our gut.
On Today's episode of the Sports Town Podcast or the STP Pod for short, we have 2 great interviews. The first guest is Alex from the Lights out F1 podcast. We have not talked about F1 in quite a while. So again that was a great conversation as we talked about Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen rivalry, Daniel Recfordo emergence at McLaren, who could be a dark horse this year, who is the best racing team outside of Red Bull and Mercedes and much more pertaining to F1. You can find the Light out F1 podcast wherever you get your podcasts. You can also get them on YouTube. Don't forget to Subscribe. The links of their podcast and YouTube channel will be in the description down below. Financial father and Instagram and Twitter @itsloightoutf1. Then we have Matt Bronkie from the Yipps Baseball Podcast. We talk about baseball, how excellent the Giants have been this season, the Cardinals big winning streak, what's wrong with the Padres and much more. You can find the yips baseball podcast wherever you get your podcast. You can also follow them on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook @yippsbaseballpodcast. The links to his podcast will be down in a description below. Then as always we have a Sports Lightning Round, Questions from Instagram, are weekly poll Question, Highlight of the Week and much more. Don't forget to follow us on Instagram and Facebook @sportstown_podcast. You can also follow us on Twitter @sportstownpod. We are also on Tiktok. Follow us on @sportstown_podcast.Use promo code STP2021 for 15% off your first order through https://helpyoufind.me/go/1036/Links to this episode: Promotional Link: Go to this link http://www.buchheitmarketing.com to get some amazing Amway productslinktr.ee/sportstown_podcasthttps://www.sportstownpodcast.comhttps://www.tiktok.com/@sportstown_podcast?lang=enLinks to the Light Out F1 Podcast:https://www.instagram.com/itslightsout_f1/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzt3ok1ZYuPYAI7YFJHtpAALinks to the Yipps Baseball Podcast:https://linktr.ee/theyippspodhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-yipps-baseball-podcast/id1514993824https://open.spotify.com/show/5lCCvay3Leexaf5Tvp19VJ?si=Qp1uIPhlTcq2vYhVpz_UAg&nd=1https://theyippspod.buzzsprout.com/https://www.instagram.com/theyippspod/?hl=enhttps://m.facebook.com/theyippspod/https://mobile.twitter.com/theyippspod?lang=enhttps://takeoutyourscorecards.wordpress.com/2020/05/29/from-baseball-fueled-friendship-of-furman-brunke-marovich-comes-the-yipps-podcast/HelpYouFind.ME HelpYouFind.Me is a secure - yet simple - way to share private data for use in emergency situations.
In this episode we are joined by Dr. Binesh Patel, Chief Medical Officer at McLaren, as he discusses how Covid-19 has affected the organization, why it's critical to improve operating room access, and what the execution looks like for improving OR capacity.This episode is sponsored by LeanTaaS.
Jennie and the team look ahead to the Russian Grand Prix. They discuss the escalating battle between title contenders Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton and hear from both drivers. And they discuss McLaren's resurgence and Aston Martin's statement of intent.
Series four of Bring Back V10s ends with us taking more questions from our audience. Edd Straw and Matt Beer join Glenn Freeman to tackle topics including what would have happened if Juan Pablo Montoya and Jacques Villeneuve were team-mates at Williams, which Hockenheim layout was best, how Michael Andretti would have got on at Ferrari rather than McLaren, the prospect of Ayrton Senna and Michael Schumacher as team-mates, the 107% rule, how good Luca Badoer really was, McLaren vs Williams in 1991, plus the best and worst seasons of the V10 era and much much more.
Meet Amy. She turned a holiday trip into a fundraising challenge, and $17,000 later, everything changed. Today, the Village Impact is unleashing the power of education to transform communities in Kenya, and Amy's dreams are still growing. Her wanderlust for travel and embracing new cultures found its way into her business, and today she's empowering others to find their purpose. She's outlining seven steps to shed self-doubt and chase the thing that pairs your passion with purpose. If you're struggling through your Why right now, this episode is sure to put some fuel in your tank to do good.Episode HighlightsAmy's story and journey to where she is today (1:50)Village Impact: Empowering Girls Through Education (8:30)Step into your purpose (11:00)Amy's book - Passion to Purpose: a seven-step journey to shed self doubt, find inspiration, and change your life (and the world) for the better. (13:00)Creating a movement (20:00)A powerful moment of philanthropy in Amy's life (25:30)Amy's One Good Thing: Honor what you love. (28:00)For more information and episode details visit: www.weareforgood.com/episode/170The We Are For Good Podcast is co-hosted by Jonathan McCoy, CFRE and Becky Endicott, CFRE and welcomes the most dynamic nonprofit leaders, advocates and philanthropists to share innovative ideas and lessons learned 3x a week!Want to hear insider details and to get our best roundup of tips, freebies, resources and show notes from each episode? Join the Good Community - it's free! Visit www.weareforgood.com/helloAbout our Sponsor GivebutterGivebutter is Loved by over 30,000 nonprofits, student groups, sports teams, schools, companies, and individuals just like you, and PS: it's also loved by the three of us who are superfans of their incredible giving platform.
Cali Formula 1 Episode 24; Russia Preview! Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton look to rebound after their scary crash. Does McLaren continue its run? How do B drivers Bottas and Perez fare? Instagram: @califormula1Twitter: @Formula1Cali Lewis Hamilton looks to continue Mercedes dominance at Sochi, but will his teammate Valtteri Bottas get in the way?Max Verstappen has his work cut out with penalties but can the Red Bull driver take advantage of rain and race pace and get back on top?Can McLaren replicate their 1-2 finish from Monza this week?Can Ferrari find the pace of their rivals and reclaim 3rd in the Constructors Championship?Will Williams continue their great improvement with points for both drivers?Kimi returns, Aston Martin sets its lineup, All this and more Formula 1 talk!Mercedes | Lewis Hamilton, Valtteri Bottas Red Bull | Max Verstappen, Sergio Perez McLaren | Daniel Ricciardo, Lando Norris Aston Martin | Lance Stroll, Sebastian Vettel Alpine | Esteban Ocon , Fernando Alonso Ferrari | Carlos Sainz Jr , Charles Leclerc AlphaTauri | Pierre Gasly , Yuki Tsunoda Alfa Romeo | Kimi Raikkonen , Antonio Giovinazzi Haas | Mick Schumacher, Nikita Mazepin Williams | George Russell , Nicholas Latifi
Scott Mitchell and Mark Hughes join Edd Straw to discuss the plan to drop the MGU-H to facilitate VW coming into F1 and the impact it will have on the political landscape. There's also a discussion of Aston Martin's unsurprising 2022 driver line-up and how far McLaren is away from being a title contender, as well as a look ahead to the Russian GP.
The NR F1 Podcast bring you Edition 284. We're back, with the latest F1 news and catching up on all the race action. Dan Springall hosts, alongside his brother Callum Springall. For more of our content, head over to http://www.patreon.com/nrf1 *** The British county of Norfolk is where the iconic success of Team Lotus was cultivated, where Ayrton Senna, Graham Hill, Martin Brundle, Mark Webber, George Russell and more honed their race craft - and home to The NR F1 Podcast. Find all you need to know about The NR F1 Podcast and how to join in with the fun by visiting our website: http://nrf1.uk JOIN THE CLUB | Become an NR F1 Podcast patron to enjoy a host of exclusive content: http://patreon.com/nrf1 SUBSCRIBE | Find your podcast player link: http://nrf1.uk/podsubscribe ITUNES | Subscribe, rate and review us: http://nrf1.uk/isonitunes GOOGLE PLAY | Likewise: http://nrf1.uk/isongoogleplay RSS | For android and other devices via audioBoom: https://audioboom.com/channels/4785441.rss GET IN TOUCH | Follow our social media feeds and join the fun: TWITTER | http://twitter.com/thenrf1 FACEBOOK | http://fb.me/thenrf1 INSTAGRAM | http://instagram.com/thenrf1 EMAIL | email@example.com *** As for some of our most iconic podcasts, try these: e200 Our big anniversary! - https://audioboom.com/posts/6336063 e146 Jake Humphrey sorts F1 by shouting from his kitchen - https://audioboom.com/posts/5736293 e169 I still think I've got something special; the Stuart Webber interview - https://audioboom.com/posts/5971694 e184 Our British GP review recorded live on the Silverstone grid - https://audioboom.com/posts/6098909 e199 Vettel fails and that's probably that - https://audioboom.com/posts/6315458 @F1 #F1 #Formula1 #Podcast #ItalyGP #Monza #RussiaGP #Hamilton #Verstappen #SummerBreak #BritishGP AustriaGP #StyriaGP #McLaren #Norris #RedBullRing #RedBull #Perez #2021 #FranceGP #MonacoGP #Review #F1isback #Preview #Albon #Schumacher #Ilott #WorldChampion #Sebastian #Vettel #Charles #Leclerc #Valtteri #Bottas #Lewis #blacklivesmatter #Seb #Max #2019 #Kimi #Raikkkonen #Review #GrandPrix #GP #LH44 #TeamLH #SV5 #Podcast #Motorsport #F1Fantasy #F1FastFact #FIA #Norfolk #RedBull # #RBR #Ferrari #Ricciardo #Williams #Mercedes #ToroRosso #STR #Sainz #Renault #McLaren #Sauber #Haas #Romain #Grosjean #Leclerc #Gasly #George #Russell #F1isback
On today's episode of No Brakes, Trey and Graydon break down everything from the recent Formula 1 triple-header, including Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton crashing at Monza, McLaren's orange and blue 1-2, and all the driver movement during F1's Silly Season. Subscribe to No Dunks on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/NoDunksInc Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Opening Track: José González - Step Out Quite a few things to go through this episode - I'll touch on the Dutch GP and penalties, we had some big driver signing announcements to parse through, Monza saw McLaren return to winning form in spectacular fashion, and finally there's a big announcement about the podcast at the end. Closing Track: Vincent Carlo - I'll See You Again
#423 Sprint, Crash & Spéirling. McLaren and Ricciardo return to winning, how did this happen? Does The Sprint improve Formula One? McMurtry's new midget electro track beast. Plus Lewis' fashion style and the Government plan to create new truck drivers.
The Producer is on the man shakes and Pies ran a half marathon. We're pumped for another week of finals footy. In the NRL all eyes were on the Panthers and Rabbitohs after a war of words between the coaches and it didn't disappoint. Wayne won the battle. Can Ivan get his troops back up to win the war? The Roosters got out of jail against the Titans and the Eels did enough to see another week. It had been staring us in the face the whole time. Forget ladder positions. Melbourne and Western Bulldogs had been the best sides in the AFL for most of the year. That they won their Prelims was no surprise. But the manner in which they did it showed just how powerful both teams are. It'll be a fitting Grand Final in two weeks time. Plus we rattle home with some EPL, NFL and Daniel Ricciardo's first win for McLaren. The Shoey is alive and well in the papaya. 0:00:00 - NRL Finals 0:59:00 - AFL Finals 1:08:00 - EPL 1:14:00 - NFL 1:22:00 - F1 Part of the No Phony Podcast Network nophonynetwork.com Twitter - @batsandballspod Brendan - @The Producer05 Josh - @PiesJosh Colbee - @colbee6ref Hammer - @notbatting11 Mendy - @BigMendy180 Maybo - @maybo83 Erik - @ErikNielsen2759 No Phony Network - @NoPhonyNetwork Email - firstname.lastname@example.org facebook.com/batsandballspodcast http://batsandballspodcast.com/
This week's guest is that rarest of creatures: a man who was both a Formula One driver and a team owner. Jackie Oliver's F1 journey started in the worst possible circumstances when he had the unenviable task of replacing Jim Clark at Lotus in 1968, after the Scotsman had been killed at Hockenheim. He went on to start 50 GPs for Lotus, BRM, McLaren and Shadow, scoring two podiums, before hanging up his helmet to start his own team: Arrows. He gives a fascinating insight into life as a driver in the 60s, what he learnt from Colin Chapman that he would apply to life as a team boss, the incredible dramas that beset Arrows in the early days, and that ‘almost victory' with Damon Hill in 1997… This episode is sponsored by: Babbel - Go to uk.babbel.com/play and use promo code GRID for an extra six months free
This weekend's Italian Grand Prix broke a few losing streaks, we got to see the first McLaren win since 2012, the first 1-2 by the papaya team since 2010 and the first Daniel Ricciardo winning [...] The post Episode 300 – Shoey At The Front, Schumi At The Back appeared first on 3Legs4Wheels.
Featuring Luca Manacorda from Motorbox.com. Daniel Ricciardo leads McLaren to its first one-two finish in 11 years in Monza after another Max Verstappen Lewis Hamilton smash. Listen on Apple Podcasts or Spotify Subscribe to the F1 Strategy Report on your favourite podcast app. Download APEX Race Manager on Google Play or the Apple App Store. Follow us on Twitter or visit the website at f1strategyreport.com
Dan Prosser and Andrew Frankel talk about the scintillating Italian Grand Prix, a race that saw championship contender Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen collide again, while McLaren's Daniel Ricciardo won. Jingle by Stephen Harrington (email@example.com).
In this episode, Paul and I catchup on the last three Grand Prix, driver changes and the big collision between Max & Lewis at the Italian GP!02:00 - Max & Lewis Make Contact AGAIN!24:30 - McLaren & Ricciardo's Return To Form32:45 - Bottas Version 4.539:40 - Russell Finally Getting The Mercedes Seat See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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