In this good old fashioned episode of the MTB podcast, the guys briefly discuss some details of the new bikes that they've recently built as well as a couple of things that we're excited about in 2023 before jumping into a fantastic array of listener questions ranging from what we're most particular about on our bikes to what we would do in a bigfoot encounter and everything in between. Tune in! MTB Podcast YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxZoC1sIG-vVtLsJDSbeYyw Worldwide Cyclery YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/@WorldwideCyclery Why Cycles: https://www.whycycles.com/ Chasing Epic MTB Whistler Trip: https://www.worldwidecyclery.com/blogs/worldwide-cyclery-blog/chasing-epic-mtb-adventures-whistler-trip MTB Strong Training Program: https://www.worldwidecyclery.com/blogs/worldwide-cyclery-blog/9-reasons-to-try-the-mtb-strong-enduro-training-program
Share the podcast with your friends, and rate it 5-stars!iTunes: https://trainerroad.cc/apple2 Spotify: https://trainerroad.cc/spotify2 Google Podcasts: https://trainerroad.cc/google TOPICS COVERED IN THIS EPISODE (0:00) Meet pro XC MTB racer, Savilia Blunk! (0:42) How to manage emotions in a race (7:04) MTB pacing strategies from the pros (11:55) What Savilia does to become such a good bike handler (17:08) How to use your autonomic nervous system to get more from your workouts (49:34) How XC MTB pros manage racing short track and XCO with such little time between (01:07:00) The one thing coaches wish more athletes did to get faster RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: https://trainerroad.cc/3wkfHaI Watch our latest Cycling Science Explained video now! https://youtu.be/k3IIJqNxNMo Subscribe to the Science of Getting Faster Podcast below! Spotify: https://trainerroad.cc/spotifysogf iTunes: https://trainerroad.cc/itunessogf 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/3LBb5Ur Learn more about Adaptive Training: https://trainerroad.cc/35Tqtea 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/3HTFXNi MORE PODCASTS FROM TRAINERROAD Listen to the Successful Athletes Podcast: https://trainerroad.cc/3JmKrN5 Listen to the Science of Getting Faster Podcast: https://trainerroad.cc/3LpuIhP 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
Aaron Chamberlain is the Bicycle Sales and Marketing Manager at Maxxis, one of the largest bicycle tire manufacturers in the world known for producing high quality products. In this episode we ask: Where are we at with bike tire widths? Clearly fat and plus tire adoption have peaked so are things looking pretty stable these days in terms of widths? What are the considerations when choosing the right tire width, especially when there are so many choices? Will a tenth of an inch in width make a noticeable difference to anyone? Do you think bike brands do a good job speccing tires on bikes? Do price and weight get prioritized over performance in some cases? Which MTB tire features are a good fit for gravel? Is it more difficult to design a gravel tire that's both lightweight and fast and also durable? Do any of the innovations in gravel tires have the potential to filter to MTB? With access to pretty much any and every MTB tire you could want, how often do you change your tires: Seasonally? Every ride? Never? One of the key specs when looking at tire casings is a number called TPI, threads per inch. What does that number tell us? How does TPI work when there are multiple plies or casing layers involved? What's the best way to dispose of worn out bike tires? What are some of the trends you're seeing with pro gravity riders? Are there changes in the key things they're looking for? See more at maxxis.com and on Instagram @maxxisbike. --Keep up with the latest in mountain biking at Singletracks.com and on Instagram @singletracks --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/singletracks/support
Muito próximo de fazer história no MTB nacional, José Gabriel mostra nessa conversa que o melhor ainda está por vir!#MTBPASS #MTB #MountainBike #Podcast #Entrevista #AltaPerformance #CampeãoBrasileiro #CrossCountry #CicloOlímpico #JogosOlímpicos #CiclismoThis podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
Isometrics are one of the most effective training tools in your toolbox. They are effective, safe and have a lot of research behind them. They are also extremely versatile. You can use them in different ways to accomplish different goals, including getting stronger, helping you prepare for a better workout and making your regular exercises harder and more effective. I recorded a video/ podcast sharing 3 ways that you can use isometrics to help you get better results from your training program. Show Notes: By Themselves To Get Stronger Isometrics are a great way to get stronger and increase your fitness by themselves. They are also super convenient and can easily be done anywhere with very little equipment (or no equipment at all if you only have bodyweight). Be sure to use both Overcoming and Yielding Isometrics. Overcoming is where you push into something that you can't move. Ramping Isometrics are a great method to use - 30 sec. @ 50% effort/ 20 sec. @ 80% effort/ 10 sec. @ 100% effort Yielding is where you hold a position against something trying to push or pull you out of it. Hold positions for 30 - 90 seconds or more. One exercise per muscle group/ movement pattern and one set to near failure. As A Warm Up/ Activation Technique You can use isometrics as a way to get ready for your workout. You can do an isometric hold of the exercise you are going to do. You can also do an “isolated isometric” to target an area that you need turned on for one or more exercises. For example, if you are going to do Deadlifts you could do an isometric Deadlift or you could do an isometric for a problem area - Doing a hold for the back of your neck will also activate your entire posterior chain and make it easier to use it when lifting. If you are using them as a Warm Up/ Activation Technique then don't go all out, you don't want to exhaust yourself before you train or you could increase the risk of injury - no more than 80% effort. Combined With Movement Based Exercises To Increase Intensity You can use isometrics to make your “regular” exercises harder and more effective. One way is to do a 3-5 second isometric hold at the bottom of every rep. This not only increases the time under tension in a weak range of motion but you also get rid of the stretch reflex where your muscles use elastic energy to help lift the weight. This type of strength is known as Starting Strength and is important on the bike since you don't have the advantage of loading up a movement like other sports. You can also add an isometric hold at the beginning and end of an exercise. Do a 10 second hold at the weakest point in the range of motion, do 10 reps and then do another 10+ second hold at the weakest point in the range of motion. For a Split Squat this would look like holding for 10 seconds with the knee at a 90 degree angle, doing 10 reps and then holding again for 10 seconds with the knee at a 90 degree angle. This increases the time under tension and allows you to access higher levels of tension in a safe way. This is a great way to build strength-endurance, which is important on the bike. As you can see Isometrics have a lot to offer and a lot of ways to work them into your program. I'd recommend adding these training techniques into your program to improve your results and decrease your risk of getting hurt while training or riding. Until next time… James Wilson p.s. The Atomic Strength Training Program is the only MTB specific isometric workout program in the world and what I recommend to any rider who wants to start tapping into the power of isometrics for themselves. It combines Overcoming and Yielding Isometrics into a 15 minute workout that is guaranteed to improve your strength and fitness. Click here to check it out and get your copy today.
Having covered our road and MTB trends for the year already, in this episode Jack Luke is joined by Ashley Quinlan to discuss their gravel tech and racing predictions for 2023. Jack and Ash are joined from across the pond by Ben Delaney, a gravel racing pioneer and expert on all things rough and ready. Jack, Ash and Ben chat about the next steps in gravel tyre design, whether gravel suspension will really take off in 2023 and how the burgeoning gravel race season will continue to develop. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
“You cannot change what you are not aware of. As a human being first and as an athlete second, we need a great deal of awareness about what's going on for us.” –Dr. Justin Ross Bob and Dina meet with clinical sport psychologist, Dr. Justin Ross, to dive into the importance and benefits of mental skills training for sport performance and growth for athlete mindsets. Join us to learn how incorporating this piece of your training can take you further, not just in your training and competition, but in your life. We discuss: Dr. Justin's diverse athletic background The 3 common myths about working with a sport psychologist Periodization of mindset training How we foster awareness in training if we're wanting to tune out Managing through injury and illness when our identity feels threatened His observations and experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic One tip for health practitioners for how they can support athletes with mental health Dr. Justin's approach to food and nutrient timing 3 ways to think about trust More about our guest: Dr Justin Ross is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in human performance psychology. He has spent the bulk of his career aiding in mental health initiatives and high performance pursuits for those in demanding, stressful environments. He is vetted as a provider for both the NFL and the NBA, and has had the opportunity to work with athletes ranging from the recreational to the world class across a number of disciplines. An amateur endurance athlete himself, Dr Ross has run 12 marathons with 6 Boston Marathon qualifiers, completed 2 Ironman 70.3 distance triathlons, and most recently finished the Leadville 100 MTB trail race in 2022. Find out more about Dr. Ross at: · https://linktr.ee/DrJustinRoss · Sport Psychology for Endurance Coaches online course · Unlock your Athletic Potential Course · Training Peaks Performance Psychology Training Plan – use code DrRossInsideSportsNutrition to save 20% · Instagram @drjustinross This episode is brought to you by All Around Snack Co. which features tasty snacks that are low in added sugars, contain zero dyes, colorings or additives and help control blood sugar for steady energy levels throughout the day. Use code ISNPODCAST23 to save 15% on your purchase. Learn about Bob and Dina's nutrition, coaching, and testing services at www.enrgperformance.com and www.nutritionmechanic.com.
In this edition of Miles and Jack Got Mad Babies, Jack and Miles discuss Kevin McCarthy's first day as House speaker, GKMC being the #1 selling rap album in 2022, Fani Willis' Trump investigation, Biden "pivoting" to the middle (by standing perfectly still), Damar Hamlin getting released from the hospital, MTG vs DRE, and an update on Blumhouse's 'M3gan'!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Volker Maier is a retired Air-force flying instructor and the head of Peaks Coaching Group Germany. He has been coaching a lot of runners, cyclists and triathletes over the years and has been working with a few Indian athletes as well. I got a chance to sit down and talk to him when he was in Bangalore briefly on the way to a training camp in the hills. In this episode we talk about his journey as an athlete and as a coach over the years. We talked about various aspects of coaching and his views on various topics like the importance of skills, strength training, the role nutrition plays in training effectively among various other topics. It was an insightful conversation with someone with vast experience in the sport and coaching. I really enjoyed this one and hope you too will enjoy this as much as I did. 0:00:00 Intro 0:03:10 Sport for him growing up in Germany 0:05:45 Interest in cycling with MTB touring 0:11:30 Managing training with his work/flying schedule 0:12:35 Move to the US and journey towards coaching 0:23:05 Advantages of power based training 0:27:20 Not obsessing about power numbers 0:31:30 Importance of developing skills and how to develop them 0:43:20 His coaching philosophy 0:50:20 Views on fasted rides 0:57:00 Fueling for training and racing 0:59:00 Mental aspects of training, tips and tricks 1:09:55 Helping with motivation levels 1:13:30 Race strategies and tactics 1:19:40 Working with Indian athletes 1:22:20 Tips for working athletes 1:27:25 Closing remarks! Some Links Below: Working Athlete Community on FB. Link to Anchor Voice messages About the Podcast The working athlete podcast is a podcast with and for working athletes from all walks of life and various sports. The goal is to provide inspiration, training tips, mental hacks, time management and life-style advice through conversations with some of the best in sport, from athletes to coaches. If you think you can benefit from this, please consider subscribing so that you don't miss the weekly episodes in future. If you like this, share with friends who could be interested. For the visually inclined, a video version of the podcast can be found here: YouTube Other Places you'll find the podcast on: Anchor | RSS | Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google podcasts | Pocket Casts | Radio Public | Breaker
Wir sprechen über Fahrräder mit Rennlenker, die es gerade nicht gibt, und eine Radreise von Portugal ans Nordkap. (00:00:00) Begrüßung (00:07:54) Themenübersicht (00:08:58) Wunschräder mit Rennlenker (00:12:06) Gründe für das sportliche, günstigere Rad (00:18:14) Wieso so teuer? (00:27:34) Unterschied zwischen den Vorstellungen (00:38:15) Elektrifizierung des Gravelbikes (00:52:20) Radreise von Portugal ans Nordkap (00:56:25) Keine Sonnenuntergänge? (01:01:20) Schild als Motivator (01:05:25) Lehren der Reise (01:09:09) Polarlichtkirche (01:17:05) Jessie Ware – Free Yourself Hier entlang geht's zu den Links unserer Werbepartner: https://detektor.fm/werbepartner/antritt >> Artikel zum Nachlesen: https://detektor.fm/gesellschaft/antritt-unsere-wunschraeder-mit-rennlenker-radreise-von-portugal-ans-nordkap
Tomas Slavik is a multiple 4x MTB World Champion and former king of Crankworx. He is an all-around MTB badass. He has shifted his focus from 4x once the UCI dropped it as a official discipline and competes in those crazy Urban Downhill races alongside the Crankworx World Tour. Slavik shares thoughts on the sport as a whole and his attitude to racing and life are just plan epic. Enjoy Episode Sponsor: Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/movingtheneedle
If you haven't done it already then this is the year that you need to start making strength training a priority for improving your MTB specific fitness. Improving your strength can help your fitness, your skills and your ability to walk away from a wreck. But not just any type of strength training program will do if you want to see results from your off season training and have them stick around until the end of the riding season. While a lot of riders assume that since we use a lot of cardio and endurance that we need to emphasize high reps and low weight, this approach isn't what works best. Science is starting to reveal what the best approach for mountain bike strength training is and it seems to favor a more aggressive approach in the gym. This study that I came across looked at the effects of a traditional strength training approach to cycling - using a more endurance based protocol and stopping strength training during the riding season - with a less traditional approach which used maximal strength training in the off season and continued with it during the riding season. Show Notes: Participants had at least 5 years of consistent cycling experience and not done lower body resistance training for at least 6 months. They were all competitive riders on the regional and national level. In the off season both groups followed the same program with two days of strength training. The Endurance-Strength (ES) Group did 8 weeks of high rep strength training (3 sets of 20-14 reps with the reps decreasing each week). The Maximal Strength (MS) Group started with 3 X 20 and then shifted to 3X8, dropping 1 rep each week to get to 3 X 4. During the riding season the ES group stopped strength training and the MS group did one day a week of 2 X 5 at 85% of 1RM and 1 X 6 RM. They used a Half-Squat, Leg Curl and Single Leg Leg Press. They also used the Wingate Test (30 seconds all out) as a way to measure power endurance. At the end of the study they found that there were no significant differences in endurance measurements between the groups. They did find that the MS group increased peak power from pre- to mid-season and they were able to maintain most of it through the season. They also showed an increase in the most power they could produce over 5 seconds from pre- to post-season as well as an increase in 1RM strength from pre- to post-season. The ES group showed a decrease in their power over the last 5 seconds of the Wingate Test, a decrease in their 1RM strength and an increase in the Fatigue Index from the Wingate Test from pre- to post-season. In a nutshell, both approaches helped to improve their endurance while only the Maximal Strength Group improved their anaerobic capacity and maintained it over the whole season. The conclusion was that adding non-traditional strength training to a XC racers program could help them maintain and even improve their anaerobic fitness and power. Mountain biking requires more anaerobic power and endurance than road cycling, which is why real strength training helps to improve performance. So remember that next time someone tells you that strength training doesn't help you mountain biking performance that context matters - the studies that say that are done on road cyclists and that using maximal strength training delivers better results than endurance based strength training. Both the science and the real world evidence tells us that if you want to maximize your MTB fitness - and fun - then you have to do strength training as part of your routine. Until next time… Ride Strong, James Wilson MTB Strength Training Systems p.s. Are you still looking for the right program to get your off season training started? You only have a few more months left so you don't want to waste any more time. To help you get going with a plan that will help you feel better on and off the bike I've put together a New Year's Training Bundle with 4 programs covering a different aspect of training. 40+ MTB Rider Training Program - As the only training program made for the 40+ year old mountain biker, this program combines unique elements into a one-of-a-kind strength and cardio workout that will improve your fitness without leaving you feeling sore and tired. It comes with two workout programs - one that uses DBs/ KBs and one that uses only bodyweight - so you can use it no matter what equipment you have access to. Better Breathing for MTB Program - My newest training program shows you how to assess your breathing and how to use different breathing workouts and strategies to improve your cardio and endurance in a way that intervals and regular cardio training can't. 15 Minute Trail Rider Tune Ups - This is a collection of twenty weight 15-minute workouts that are great for when you are short on time and/ or energy. They make great travel workouts and are also perfect for in-season training as well. MTB Mobility Routines - This series of follow-along videos takes you through different mobility routines. You have general routines as well as routines that target specific problem areas like the low back. Together this is almost $200 in programs but as part of the New Years Training Bundle you can get it for only $29. You'll have everything you need to start the New Year off with a bundle of some of the best MTB specific training programs you can find. 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Subscribe here to my FREE daily messages, directly in your inbox (+ bonuses!) https://www.raphaelreiter.com If you would like to support the channel, you can buy me a coffee via: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/raph Connect with me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/raphael.reiter If you are interested in signing up for the course, send me an email: email@example.com ----------------- Daily message podcast transcript: Today, I am introducing you to the concept of Mind Time Blocks, which I might refer to as well from time to time as Thoughts Time Blocks. The concept is simple, but practicing it is extremely powerful (and important) For context, I started designing these MTBs as I struggled with sleep. I had always considered myself an "insomniac," and it became part of my identity. It's not - not sleeping is NOT natural. You NEED to sleep. (If you are struggling to sleep, let me know, and I will send you some tips and resources.) I was able to heal this "sleep disease" through different techniques, one of which is the most efficient one, not only for myself but also for clients in my 1 on 1 coaching that also have struggled with sleep. The concept is simple, but as with all powerful things, it will take time to master that skill, so be patient. Think of it as directly applying what we do when we meditate. Meditating daily, preferably twice daily, will help you train your mind and make that technique easier. It can be applied for sleep, stress, focus, peak performance, deep presence with loved ones, and anywhere you wish. Also, it is free to use and has no unwanted side effects
We look back at 2022 and how it went. Then we look forward to the new year. Its the first show of the year. No guest, just the DCMTB trio. We touched on what we liked, what we hated, and what we want to see in the coming year.
Hope you enjoy this Episode with Christian Peper. A digital creator in the MTB space that is helping push our sport of Mountain Biking into the future by sharing the stoke, bringing value or helping build and fund bike parks. Thank you to Mark Hibdon from Zoic who helped bring us together for this episode. If you want to learn more or follow Christian you can here: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/christian.peper/?hl=en THE SEGMENT / DISCOUNT CODES / SUPPORTERS Discount Codes: Etnies shoes 40% off code https://etnies.com/collections/bike-mtb PROMO CODE THESEGMENT40- good till the end of 2022 TASCO MTB Apparel 10% off https://tasco-mtb-2.kckb.st/3bb12b05 GUP Industries www.gupindustries.com Promo Code Sender20 for 20% off your purchase Spy Optic: https://www.spyoptic.com/ Promo code THESEGMENT20 20% off your purchase SSB Sand Sports Brothers https://www.ssbmtb.com/home Promo Code: SEGMENT10 for 10% Better Bolts www.betterbolts.com Promo Code: THESEGMENT10 for 10% off Segment Merch: www.TheSegment.store Promo code SENDER10 Bike Support by: YT-Industires: Live Uncaged https://us.yt-industries.com SSB
Today on the MTB Podcast, our friend Joe Foft AKA the CaliRado Kid joins us for what's sure to be the funniest podcast episode yet. We discuss what inspired him to create hilarious MTB content, who has the best mustache of all time, and what its like being an international superstar, among other topics. Tune in! MTB Podcast YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxZoC1sIG-vVtLsJDSbeYyw Worldwide Cyclery YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxZoC1sIG-vVtLsJDSbeYyw Joe's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/@CaliradoKid Chasing Epic MTB Trip To Whistler with WC: https://www.worldwidecyclery.com/blogs/worldwide-cyclery-blog/chasing-epic-mtb-adventures-whistler-trip AZ Classic race - https://azclassicmtb.com/
OFERECIMENTO: Ciclo Rotas SP CCR, um projeto feito por ciclistas para ciclistas. Conheça.Ultracoffee -> compre com o CUPOM: gregario10 aqui DESCRIÇÃO: O que você pode fazer para começar melhor 2023? Se a sua ideia é pedalar melhor e mais rápido, recomendamos pensar sobre a MUSCULAÇÃO. Um tema que já foi controverso no passado, mas hoje não se discute mais os pontos negativos, mas como otimizar as vantagens que o trabalho fora da bicicleta pode fazer para melhor sua pedalada. Neste episódio publicado originalmente em março deste ano, você escuta o fisioterapeuta Carlos Roberto Mó sobre efeitos de uma bom trabalho nos músculos diretamente envolvidos no pedal e no equilíbrio corporal completo. O treinador da seleção brasileira de MTB e de ciclistas amadores de todas modalidades, Cadu Polazzo explica como trabalha seus atletas para evoluírem com a ajuda dos pesos. O podcast conta também com a participação do ciclista, professor e cientista Felipe Carpes conversando sobre a importância da musculatura na biomecânica da pedala perfeita.PRODUÇÃO E APRESENTAÇÃO: Leandro Bittar, Alvaro Pacheco e Nicolas Sessler CONVIDADOS: Carlos Roberto Mó, Cadu Polazzo e Felipe CarpesSiga o @gregario_cycling nas redes sociais: https://instabio.cc/gregariocyclingThis podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
OFERECIMENTO: Ciclo Rotas SP CCR, um projeto feito por ciclistas para ciclistas. Conheça.Ultracoffee -> compre com o CUPOM: gregario10 aqui DESCRIÇÃO: Cadu Polazzo é treinador da seleção brasileira de MTB e de ciclistas amadores de todas modalidades. Para ele, não há menor dúvida do valor do trabalho com pesos para o desenvolvimento dos ciclistas. Nesta conversa, ele explica como e quando ele utiliza o trabalho de musculação como parte do treinamento. PRODUÇÃO E APRESENTAÇÃO: Leandro Bittar, Alvaro Pacheco e Nicolas Sessler CONVIDADO: Cadu Polazzo Siga o @gregario_cycling nas redes sociais: https://instabio.cc/gregariocyclingThis podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
In this episode, I was lucky enough to sit down and chat with Luke Parker. Luke has a wild story that takes us from his days as a pro BMX rider when he was young, through his apprenticeship, and now as a leader in the Australian Slopestyle scene. Grab a big beverage because this is a huge episode!!! Thanks to our sponsors: Trek- Trek have been making bike s since 1976 and since then they have been pushing what can be done with a bike. There is a reason that some of the best like brandon semenuk, Reece Wilson, Valli Hoel, Harriet Burbridge, Mike Ross and caroline buchanan ride them, they bloody rip. I am stoked to have them on board this year as we begin to grow at a huge rate. Tailored Trails- Tassie's specialist for state-wide transfers, private group shuttles, and all-inclusive packages. Operating on all the major mountain bike networks in Tasmania - including Derby, Maydena, St Helens, and the West Coast. Dedicated private group operator that caters for groups of up to 18 people with custom-built shuttle trailers and racks. Take the hassle out of your next Tassie trip, and let Tailored Trails take care of the logistics and planning. Rider owned and operated. NSDynamics- The premier suspension service centre in Australia. The guys there have been doing this for over 20 years and know how to make your suspension feel better than new. Every time I have got my suspension back from these guys I can't believe how much better it works. They are masters of suspension magic! View their range here Frank'd MTB Apparel- USE CODE BEYONDTHETAPE10 Frankd is a premium MTB apparel company based in WA. They are at the cutting edge when it comes to lightweight racing jerseys, durable shorts and their designs are super eye-catching. If you would like to support their use, BEYONDTHETAPE at checkout for 10% off Dirt Surfer- USE CODE BEYONDTHETAPE Dirt Surfer mudguards are made of 100% Recycled materials and are one hundred per cent recyclable. Get one of there unique designs or one of your own designs on your bike now to make it your own. Krush Oz- https://www.krushoz.com/ Krush Oz is 100% Australian made bike cleaner and degreaser. The best in the biz at getting your bike super clean. Fist- USE CODE BEYONDTHETAPE Fist make the best gloves ever. That's all I need to say. You can now use BEYONDTHETAPE at checkout with FIST handwear for 15% off
Life long bike rider, World Champion, Contest Creator, X-Games Medalist, and guy who walked away from one of the luckiest front flip bails ever is on the podcast today. Give it up for Anthony Napolitan! Anthony has done it all. He's gone through lots of chapters on his journey in the bicycle industry. Anthony breaks them down for us and spreads his love for all things bikes on todays episode of Unclicked. Hit play and enjoy!0:00 - Intro Anthony Napolitan / Airbags7:25 - Frontflip to fence landing / Licensing the clip24:45 - Anthony Napolitan origin story46:00 - Having lots of chapters in cycling54:30 - Dew Tour / Happy Anthony Napolitan Day day?59:00 - “Rapid ascent”1:15:15 - Redbull / Creating Dreamline1:35:00 - Oscar Blues Farms1:39:20 - Off Redbull / Anthony's riding taking a turn1:48:30 - Levis paying for health insurance1:49:00 - Wetlands / Getting served2:02:15 - Do you consider yourself a trail rider?2:04:30 - Riding BMX and MTB2:21:00 - Sooooo, What kind of MTB riding do you do?2:47:00 - Ryan and Anthony make plans to go MTB'ing2:50:15 - Finding a place in the MTB scene / Meeting new riders2:54:45 - Staying equally motivated on both bikes2:56:30 - Wrapping up / Growing as a rider / Farting on command?Guest:Anthony Napolitan - https://www.instagram.com/anthonynapo/Hosts:Ryan Fudger - https://www.instagram.com/fyanrudger/Dennis Enarson - https://www.instagram.com/dennisenarson/You can also watch Unclicked here: https://youtu.be/NdGe8SyGyf4http://ourbmx.comhttp://instagram.com/bmxhttp://facebook.com/ourbmxSupport the show
In this episode of The Path Bike Shop Podcast, Tani and Auk discuss everything from E-bike performance, geometry, and specs to a comparison of RockShox Flight Attendant vs Fox Live Valve, and past experiences with car collisions. The transition to a new location is slowly starting to come to life, and we find out that Tani is XC CushCore curious.
Leigh Donovan has solidified herself as a MTB legend. Multiple championships, Hall of Fame member for multiple disciplines, wife, mom, entrepreneur........basically living a life full of radness! Listen in to find out what drives Leigh and have some laughs along the way.
Picking up right where #155 left off, Noah and Conor discuss fads and trends in the performance equipment space like dropper posts and aero helmets, and bring you up to speed on tires, top accessory picks, and more! Topics Include:Recommended Tire Width (Road, MTB, Gravel) Tire Pressures & Characteristics (Road, MTB, Gravel)Tubeless Tires (for Road?) Dropper Posts (for Road & Gravel?) Spare Equipment MinimumsHandlebar, Stem, and Seatpost Materials & Characteristics Aero Handlebars Aero HelmetsAero Socks & Shoe CoversCeramic BearingsOversized Pulley WheelsLighting Recommendations Frame & Handlebar Bags Future Predictions- Jakroo Custom Apparel - https://www.jakroo.com/us/ AND check out the WRA Team Store store at www.williamsracingacademy.com - MODE CBD (Get 20% OFF Use Code: echelon20 at Checkout)yourmode.co and @modecbd - https://www.instagram.com/modecbd/- Williams Racing Academy - World-Class Coaching and Training for Cyclists since 1999. Find more info and start your service today at www.williamsracingacademy.com -- LMNT - 1000mg Sodium, 200mg Potassium, 60mg MagnesiumHydrate with LMNT off the bike! https://drinklmnt.com/ and @drinklmnt - Belgium Racing Experience- Premiere Racing Camps in Belgium, est. 2011 - now accepting deposits for 2023 https://www.belgiumracingexperience.com/- Yellow Rose Cycling Wheels - Hand-built custom wheels & premium service from WRA's own Oscar Salazar, right here in Texas. Build the wheelset of your dreams today at yrcwheels.comSupport the show
Former professional downhill racer and mountain biking legend Andrew Neethling joins Olly and Davi to chat about the recent changes to downhill racing. During the episode the lads talk about the pros vs cons of the new semi final format, athlete pay, discuss whether tracks will get shorter, the possible Discovery+ paywall and much more... Sign up to the mailing list to get early access to new merch (and possibly win FiveTen swag) https://theridecompanion.co.uk Whatsapp the TRC HOTLINE with your videos +44 7849860510 Episode Sponsors:- Looking for a comprehensive solution to your supplement routine? Athletic Greens is giving you a FREE 1-year supply of Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. Go to athleticgreens.com/RIDECOMPANION to learn more and to take ownership of your nutritional needs. Adidas Five Ten recently launched their Trailcross Gore-Tex shoes. We're going to be giving you a chance to WIN a pair, a paclite jacket, a TRC beanie and a bag of our pre ride roast. Simply TAG us in your winter riding photos at @theridecompanion along with also tagging @fiveten_official. We'll draw the winner on the first episode in 2023!! Episode Links:- Check out Andrew Neethling's Moving The Needle. Follow @andrewneethling Follow #TheRideCompanion and check out Olly Wilkins & The Ride Companion on social media! Olly Wilkins: @odub_23 / YouTube The Ride Companion: @theridecompanion / YouTube SHOW PARTNERS // Focus Bikes @Focusbikes, Focus Bikes on YouTube hktproducts.co.uk Enter promo code 'PODCAST' for 10% off the entire site. Enjoying the Ride Companion?PLEASE SUBSCRIBE, SHARE AND SPREAD THE LOVE. #theridecompanion
With over 50 years of racing experience, Andrew Neethling and Myles Kelsey of Bike Network take you on a journey into their MTB World. We answer some listener questions and take a deep dive into getting you the rider faster and more confident on an MTB, plus some random MTB-related topics. This show is made for the listener so keep sending those questions in and let us know where to go with this show!! Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/movingtheneedle Bike Network Innovation Article - Click Here
Its the holidays ya filthy animals! Are you looking to stuff some stockings? Maybe put your package under the tree? We got your back with a few ideas that might help make you less of a grinch. Tune in and find out what has been on our minds lately.
In this episode I was lucky enough to be joined by Bergen O'Neill. Bergen is a first year DH privateer who took on racing at the top level in 2022. We chat about his first race experience, how he decided to take on the world cups and finding unique accommodation where ever possible. Trek- Trek have been making bike s since 1976 and since then they have been pushing what can be done with a bike. There is a reason that some of the best like brandon semenuk, Reece Wilson, Valli Hoel, Harriet Burbridge, Mike Ross and caroline buchanan ride them, they bloody rip. I am stoked to have them on board this year as we begin to grow at a huge rate. Tailored Trails- Tassie's specialist for state-wide transfers, private group shuttles, and all-inclusive packages. Operating on all the major mountain bike networks in Tasmania - including Derby, Maydena, St Helens, and the West Coast. Dedicated private group operator that caters for groups of up to 18 people with custom-built shuttle trailers and racks. Take the hassle out of your next Tassie trip, and let Tailored Trails take care of the logistics and planning. Rider owned and operated. NSDynamics- The premier suspension service centre in Australia. The guys there have been doing this for over 20 years and know how to make your suspension feel better than new. Every time I have got my suspension back from these guys I can't believe how much better it works. They are masters of suspension magic! View their range here Frank'd MTB Apparel- USE CODE BEYONDTHETAPE10 Frankd is a premium MTB apparel company based in WA. They are at the cutting edge when it comes to lightweight racing jerseys, durable shorts and their designs are super eye-catching. If you would like to support their use, BEYONDTHETAPE at checkout for 10% off Dirt Surfer- USE CODE BEYONDTHETAPE Dirt Surfer mudguards are made of 100% Recycled materials and are one hundred per cent recyclable. Get one of there unique designs or one of your own designs on your bike now to make it your own. Krush Oz- https://www.krushoz.com/ Krush Oz is 100% Australian made bike cleaner and degreaser. The best in the biz at getting your bike super clean. Fist- USE CODE BEYONDTHETAPE Fist make the best gloves ever. That's all I need to say.
In der letzten Ausgabe 2022 trifft sich die Antritt-Redaktion zur Weihnachtsfeier. Wir besprechen die großen und kleinen Fahrradfragen des Jahres, die wir bisher noch nicht beantwortet haben. Mit Dominosteinen, Stollen und Schnapspralinen. [00:00:00] Begrüßung [00:04:26] Welches Fahrrad fehlt? [00:13:54] Lieblingsstelle [00:21:13] Schönster Tag des Jahres [00:24:28] Schnellfragerunde [00:35:42] Erinnerungen der ersten Fahrt [00:45:56] Der schlimmste Moment [00:51:33] Zweite Schnellfragerunde [00:54:33] Eine Woche ohne Fahrrad [00:56:59] Irrweg der Technik [01:17:07] Dritte Schnellfragerunde [01:21:44] Lieblingswerkzeug [01:30:07] Daran denke ich auf dem Rad [01:40:04] Das habe ich in diesem Jahr (nicht) gekauft [01:50:13] Vierte Schnellfragerunde [01:57:05] Dieses Fahrrad muss ich noch kaufen [02:08:28] Das habe ich noch nie gemacht, würde ich aber gern [02:27:46] Fleetwood Mac – You make loving fun Hier entlang geht's zu den Links unserer Werbepartner: https://detektor.fm/werbepartner/antritt >> Artikel zum Nachlesen: https://detektor.fm/gesellschaft/antritt-weihnachtsfeier-der-antritt-redaktion
Are you ready to build your next race machine? Considering making an upgrade to the trusty steed? Curious about dipping your toes into a new discipline, but don't know where to start with your bike purchase? Noah and Conor provide buyers guidance and delve into the evolution of performance, features, and characteristics of framesets, wheels, and groupsets for Road, MTB, Gravel, Track, and Time Trial! Clip in and take a spin with this episode to make sure you get exactly what you want and need with your next purchase! Topics Include...Frame Materials Frame Shapes & AttributesRoad & Mountain Bike Capability/FeaturesGravel Bikes & Full SuspensionAero Optimization for Road, TT, and Track The Four Grades of MTB Wheel WidthsWheel Aerodynamics Dura Ace vs Ultegra vs 105Shimano vs SRAM And More!- The Second Echelon is proudly brought to you by...- Jakroo Custom Apparel - https://www.jakroo.com/us/ AND check out the WRA Team Store store at www.williamsracingacademy.com - MODE CBD (Get 20% OFF Use Code: echelon20 at Checkout)yourmode.co and @modecbd - https://www.instagram.com/modecbd/- Williams Racing Academy - World-Class Coaching and Training for Cyclists since 1999. Find more info and start your service today at www.williamsracingacademy.com - Belgium Racing Experience- Premiere Racing Camps in Belgium, est. 2011 - now accepting deposits for 2023 https://www.belgiumracingexperience.com/- Yellow Rose Cycling Wheels - Hand-built custom wheels & premium service from WRA's own Oscar Salazar, right here in Texas. Build the wheelset of your dreams today at yrcwheels.com- LMNT - 1000mg Sodium, 200mg Potassium, 60mg MagnesiumHydrate with LMNT off the bike!https://drinklmnt.com/ and @drinklmntSupport the show
Ellie Smith is the reigning Australian National DH Champion (having won the race on an Enduro bike, no less), and that was just the start of her 2022 season. So we sat down with Ellie to chat about her breakout year and what she learned over the course of the season; racing many different disciplines; bike setup and European vs. Australian DH tracks; her mental approach to racing and what does (and doesn't) work for her; welding food manufacturing equipment for Mars Foods (!?!), and a whole lot more.TOPICS & TIMES:Getting introduced to MTB at school sports day (2:42)Clicking with racing (6:23)Australian National Champs & winning on an Enduro bike (8:39)Crankworx & forming a plan for the 2022 season (13:09)Bike setup (20:41)European vs. Australian DH tracks (22:42)Norco Range DH (25:06)Racing Enduro vs. DH & the mental side of both (28:23)Lessons learned from 2022 (35:16)Coping with pressure (37:53)Crankworx (39:17)Ellie's 2023 plans (41:47)Privateer life (43:29)Welding & working on food equipment (47:59)RELATED LINKS:Blister Summit 2023Become a Blister MemberBlister LabsThis Week's Gear GiveawayBlister Mountain Bike Buyer's GuideOUR OTHER PODCASTSOff The CouchGEAR:30Blister PodcastCRAFTED Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Jorge Jurado nos cuenta su experiencia participando en la Transpirenaica en autosuficiencia mientras Alfons Bayonas nos habla de su tándem eléctrico. 00:01:20 Noticias de la comunidad00:02:42 Noticias00:07:42 Transpirenaica en autosuficiencia00:37:21 Tandem eléctrico
Alex Peters is misschien wel het meest vastbesloten mountainbikemasterbrein van Nijmegen. In deze 53e aflevering van 024/7 praat Joris van Meel met Alex over hoe het MTB-routenetwerk in het Rijk van Nijmegen tot stand kwam, over hoe het bos van iedereen is en over de rechtszaak die is aangespannen om alle mountainbikers uit het bos te weren.
Crank up this episode! The OZ Trails team sits down with Anneke Beerten to share her inspirational story and insight into e-bikes. Anneke is a Netherlands native, a 3-time mountain bike world champion, a PMBIA certified coach, and a resident of Bentonville, Arkansas. Tune in to learn more about her introduction to biking at the early age of 3, the evolution of her career, her relocation, and e-biking in the MTB Capital. Keep up with OZ Trails on Facebook and Instagram!Follow along with Anneke Beerten on Facebook and Instagram, and her coaching account Crank it up MTB on Facebook and Instagram!
For many of us, the challenge of cycling is not only about getting faster and fitter, but also about our evolution and growth as a human being; being pushed outside of our comfort zone, and to achieve new levels of abilities through our on-bike endeavors. And while power meters, heart rate monitors, and social apps like Strava and Zwift allow us to measure our outputs, what often is not measured, is how we use (or don't use) the process to improve. Joanna Yates is a MTB Skills Coach out of Sedona Arizona, who is a living example of embracing the process and using the process, not the output, as a measure to growing towards our full potential. We hung out to talk MTB skills development, how to use the bike to become a better version of yourself, and the importance of stepping up to the challenges with a cool, calm, and collected energy. Follow Joanna on Instagram: @JoannaJYates Book: an in-person Session with Joanna Sign up for the Science in Cycling Masterclass Strength training for Performance vs. Recreation MASTERCLASS June 27, 2023, Bilboa, SPAIN. Coach Brodie's Book “Strength Training for Cycling Performance” Learn all bout Strength Training for Cycling Strength Training for Cyclists Certification Insiders List Get Started with the Stronger After 50 Programs --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/menachem-brodie/support
Eva Lechner is a 31x Italian National champion, accross many disciplines. She has won World Cups on the MTB and in Cyclocross, and she has raced ini 4 Olympic Games.In this conversation, Eva talks to us about how the sport evolved over her 21 year professional career, and how she had to adapt to those changes. We discuss her Fighting Spirit, her passion for horses, and she tells many good stories from her long and successful career. This episode is brought to you by WHOOP. Follow this link for 20% off.
In this episode of The Path Bike Shop Podcast, Tani and Auk discuss everything from E-bike performance, geometry, and specs to a comparison of Flight Attendant vs Live Valve, and past experiences with car collisions. The transition to a new location is slowly starting to come to life, and we find out that Tani is XC CushCore curious. *Flow Mountain Bike Article for Flight Attendant vs Fox Live Valve: https://flowmountainbike.com/tests/rockshox-flight-attendant-vs-fox-live-valve-review/
Dave Towle grew up in Boulder, Colorado. It was a time when the Coors Classic was the biggest bike race outside of Europe. The race was a big influence on Dave. It's actually off of the reasons he ended up getting into the bike industry. By his account he was until his 20's a journey man mechanic/bike shop guy. Dave ended up taking a hiatus from the bike industry to follow the Grateful Dead around the country. Eventually the pull of the bike industry drew him back to his first love. Dave worked for Raleigh and then Shimano in 1997/98 as a mechanic on the MTB circuit. In 2002 Dave got his first chance at announcing. He worked for Saturn cars doing virtual reality bike races at car shows around the country. Two decades in and Dave has announced for most if not all the big races in America like the Tour of California, Tour of Utah, Tour of Missouri to Tulsa Tough over the years. Dave says announcing is like being a story teller. Now he's applying his gift working with Zwift announcing virtual races on the platform. I wasn't sure what to make of Dave because I hadn't met him before. But now I think I've made a friend for life.
It took two shots, but we nailed it this time. We got Justin Lagassey back in the studio to record another banger. We covered racing in the EWS, coming back from injuries, and future plans for future rippers. Snuggle up with a hot cocoa and enjoy the latest and greatest from DCMTB.
Neko Mulally guides us through what we can expect on visiting the new Ride Rock Creek Bike Park, the location, the trails, the shuttle, what it took to build the place out and other fun info. The park opens December 9th and is operated by the crew from Ride Kanuga. Drew and Mangler run you through a local gift buying guide from as many local Mtb focused companies we could come up with, from coffee to beverage wraps to bike park passes. If you want santa to bring you a downhill bike for local bike parks then go ahead and click subscribe! They'll have the website up this week and day passes will be $55, open Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
With bike and gear already sorted, in the third part of our Getting Into Mountain Biking mini-series we're chatting with MTB legend Tracy Moseley about the really fun bit – all about the experience of riding a mountain bike.We cover where to head with your mountain bike, who to go riding with, what kind of mountain biking events there are and why you might want to consider getting some coaching. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Throughout Season 5, we walked you through the entirety of the Leadville 100 MTB course, going into detail that only 30 combined finishes could provide. This is the collection of each of those segments, from the starting line to the Columbine Mine...and back. At nearly four hours long, this should keep you company for at least a couple good long training rides (or your next road trip). Enjoy!
With 19 National and 5 World Championships split between BMX and mountain biking to his name, Eric Carter is a living MTB legend. EC came over to MTB from BMX in the heyday when pay was big and the partying even bigger. I learned so much from EC during my years racing and owe a ton to the man. His attitude to life and racing was incredible and was always a good time being around the man. Enjoy some incredible stories from over the years. An Episode not to be missed.
Ever wondered what it takes to create a helmet that not only saves lives but prevents life altering injuries? Tune into our latest episode of the MTB Podcast where we interview Kali Protectives Co Founder Brad Waldron and discuss all things MTB helmets.
In this episode of the B Practice MTB Podcast, we rope in one of our favorite #USDH racers, Dante Silva. We've known Dante since he started popping up at popular shuttle zones in SoCal years before he could drive. Now a fun-spirited, high-energy 19-year-old, Dante has harnessed the natural talent he oozed at 12 to become one of the fastest U.S. downhill racers of the modern era. After racing as a supported privateer during his Junior years and first Elite season in 2021, Dante made the jump to the Canyon Collective Pirelli Team for 2022. Never one to waste a hard-earned opportunity, his 2022 season was filled with consistent results and a few moments of glory, highlighted by two top-20 finishes at the North American World Cup rounds. With racing behind him for the year, we chatted with Dante about off-season activities, helping develop Pirelli tires, having Fabien Barel as a line coach, crashing at the U.S. Open, being bored and dying his hair, pants vs. shorts, and so, so much more. We enjoyed this entertaining and at times hilarious conversation, and hopefully, you do too! #MTB #USDH #mountainbike #bikes