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Podcast63
Bahama Blers

Podcast63

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 65:14


Buck and Lu break down both the Chicago State and UIC victories from this past week. Big congrats to Ryan Schwieger on his MVC Newcomer of the Week award. Additionally, we talk about what is to come in the three games the Ramblers have in the Bahamas.

College Hoops Today with Jon Rothstein
Episode 317 - Loyola Chicago's Drew Valentine

College Hoops Today with Jon Rothstein

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021


Loyola Chicago's Drew Valentine loves the championship mindset the Ramblers have shown so far. What are the biggest keys to a successful season? How playing without Cameron Krutwig has led to a more guard-centric, faster paced system. Recruiting back his Super Seniors. Who jumps out from the newcomers? Making the move to the Atlantic 10. Raising the profile of the program. The importance of not only developing a players game but mind as well. And why it's all about playing confident offense. Plus, hats off to Purdue's start and can St. Bonaventure run the table in the A-10?

Sports Gambling Podcast Network
Loyola Chicago Ramblers To Atlantic 10 | The College Basketball Experience (Ep. 49)

Sports Gambling Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 12:36


The College Basketball Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network reacts to the breaking news that the Loyola Chicago Ramblers of the Missouri Valley Conference will be exiting the MVC and joining the Atlantic 10 conference starting next year. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) & NC Nick (@NC_Nick) break down the pros and cons of the move and key in on what the new Atlantic 10 will look like with the addition of Loyola Chicago and Drew Valentine's Ramblers. Will Loyola Chicago be a contender to win the A-10 every year? Does the Atlantic 10 benefit from having markets now in Chicago, Washington D.C., Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Charlotte, St. Louis and Richmond? We talk it all on this special Loyola Chicago Ramblers edition of The College Basketball Experience. Get all of our College Basketball picks for free - sg.pn/cbbpicks Make sure you subscribe to The College Football Experience at sg.pn/tcfe Follow - Twitter | Instagram Watch - YouTube | Twitch Subscribe - Apple | Spotify Read - SportsGamblingPodcast.com Discuss - Slack | Reddit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
No suspension for Duke's Paolo Banchero; Big East, WCC off to great starts; the Big Ten is suspect already; Loyola Chicago to A-10 (College Basketball 11/17)

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 70:09


It's the second Tuesday in the college basketball season and the day was loaded with news and notes -- and then games happened! Michigan becomes the first top five team in the country to lose a game, the Virginia Cavaliers get stomped by the Houston Cougars and BYU looks like an unstoppable wrecking machine early in this season. But first, Parrish and Norlander must discuss Duke's Paolo Banchero and his citation for aiding and abetting DWI of his own jeep. Plus, Sister Jean and the Ramblers of Loyola Chicago are moving to the Atlantic 10. Check out Matt Norlander's piece on the Missouri Valley possibly expanding HERE: https://www.cbssports.com/college-basketball/news/missouri-valley-conference-loses-loyola-chicago-but-pursuing-murray-state-ut-arlington-and-kansas-city/ (02:15) - Duke's Paolo Banchero gets cited with aiding and abetting DWI and still plays against Gardner Webb! (21:48) - Michigan loses to Seton Hall at home. (29:05) Illinois/Marquette recap (36:00) UNC tested by College of Charleston (41:32) UVA spanked by Houston (45:31) BYU rolls Oregon (51: 37) Loyola Chicago to the A-10! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Podcast63
The Blers Start out Scorching

Podcast63

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 65:46


Buck and Lu are excited for the season opening, and so were our Ramblers! They started this past week 2-0 with a huge win over Coppin State and a gutsy victory over FGCU. We also talk about our three newest commits who signed their Letter of Intent this past week.

Podcast63
Gameday Eve

Podcast63

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 82:04


Buck and Lu are so excited to talk about BLERS BASKETBALL! This week we talk about some big MVC health news. Then we break down the exhibition game and especially the incident at the end of the game. We finish by talking about what we expect from our returning players this season.

Podcast63
Blers Breakdown pt. 1

Podcast63

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 45:27


Buck and Lu talk about Blers past and present. First, we talk about what some of our recent alumni are up to around the globe, including: Krutwig, Ingram, Townes, and Doyle. After that we talk about the "newcomers" of the group for our Ramblers. We discuss what we hope for them and what we expect as well.

RADIO Then
ANDY MANSFIELD "California Ramblers"

RADIO Then

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 55:10


The California Ramblers were an American jazz group that recorded hundreds of songs for many different record labels throughout the 1920s. Four members of the band – Red Nichols, Jimmy Dorsey, Tommy Dorsey, and Adrian Rollini – went on to front big bands in later decades. The band was formed in 1921 by banjoist Ray Kitchenman. Its members were from Ohio but chose the name California Ramblers. The band was instantly successful and were one of the most prolific recording groups in the 1920s. In late 1924 the Ramblers signed a contract with Columbia Records and then, in conjunction with their manager Ed Kirkeby, agreed to waive all royalties to Columbia for the right to record for other companies under pseudonyms. They recorded for nearly every independent label in the U.S., Canada, and the UK, using over 100 unique aliases. Andy Mansfield profiles this group on this episode for AFRTS.

96fm The Score
Trevor in conversation with Billy O'Leary the Cobh Ramblers chairman - TheScore

96fm The Score

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 6:36


Trevor in conversation with Billy O'Leary the Cobh Ramblers chairman - TheScore See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Gravel Ride.  A cycling podcast
In the Dirt: Question and Answer Part 2

The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 33:59


Part two of our first Q and A episode. Randall and Craig tackle questions submitted via The Ridership community. Support the Podcast Join The Ridership Episode Sponsor: Athletic Greens Automated Transcription (please excuse the typos): 00:00:00] Craig Dalton: Hello and welcome to in the dirt from the gravel ride podcast. I'm your host. Craig dalton i'll be joined shortly by my co-host randall jacobs. [00:00:12] Today's episode is part two of our Q and a episode series. Go back in your feed, a couple episodes to find part one. You can certainly jump right into this episode as we're going question by question. And they don't necessarily. Have relation to one another but if you're interested in part one either after the fact or before you listened to this episode go ahead and jump back and listen to that episode. [00:00:36] Today's episode is brought to you by our friends at athletic greens. The health and wellness company that makes comprehensive daily nutrition really really simple. 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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] 

Footnotes: the Cicerone Podcast
Will Renwick on running all the mountains in Wales

Footnotes: the Cicerone Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 32:04


In this episode Hannah chats to Will Renwick, president of Ramblers' Wales, who has just run every mountain in Wales. Originally hoping to do a long-distance walk, Will decided to run all 189 of Wales' mountains in three weeks because he couldn't get any more time off work. He is also raising money for mental health charity, Mountains Over Mind.Explore the Cicerone website and discover our full range of guidebooks for walking, trekking and running in Wales: https://www.cicerone.co.uk/wales. There are also plenty of articles offering advice and inspiration for different running routes in the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales, Scotland, and Wales. For the definitive lists of the mountains of England and Wales, please see the Nuttalls' two guidebooks: https://www.cicerone.co.uk/search?q=Nuttalls.Search for @CiceronePress on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, and join our Facebook community group, Cicerone Connect.Please send any feedback or questions by emailing live@cicerone.co.uk. We hope you enjoy exploring the world with Cicerone. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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Two Boys Watchin Blers Ball

Podcast63

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 56:52


Buck and Lu got to check out the news Ramblers squad at the Open Practice! We go down the list to talk a little bit about each player who participated. After that we discuss the season previews for Valpo and Indiana State. Both teams have a lot of variability this year!

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Three Down, Seven To Go

Podcast63

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 51:40


Buck and Lu talk about the newest member of the MVC, Belmont! We also discuss some more rumors that involve OVC member, Murray State. After that we talk a bit about recruiting and Bobi Klintman. Lastly we discuss season previews about Evansville, Illinois State, and Southern Illinois.

THE WEEKLY DRIVER
#199, Terry Gale, curator of Rambler Ranch in rural Colorado

THE WEEKLY DRIVER

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 35:41


A minute's drive from County Rd. 21 in the Elizabeth, Colo., Rambler Ranch is perched in a clearing of trees on the outskirts of the small town about 45 miles southeast of Denver. It's a secluded museum of Americana, a life's work for Terry Gale as a remembrance of family and the iconic automobiles of yesteryear. Gale, 60, didn't plan to own the world's largest collection of Nash, Rambler and AMC vehicles. But in 30-plus years he's cultivated an unequaled collection of the small vehicles originally produced inexpensively for the post World War II economy. A selection of vehicles in Rambler Ranch. A lot happened to the long-ago defunct vehicles and life has changed for Gale, too. He started with his father's 1954 Nash Ambassador and he spent years building his occupation with his deceased former partner Greg Kissinger. Rambler Ranch: Colorado's "hidden" museum The Weekly Driver Podcast recently traveled the museum en route to a writers' conference in Estes Park, Colo., and Gale is our guest on Episode #199. Co-host Bruce Aldrich is way this week, but I spent about 2 1/2 hours with the museum's proprietor. I was the only one visiting that day. The museum has appointment-only hours three days a week and it was closed. But Gale accommodated me. Row after row of Rambler and other vintage cars at Rambler Ranch. Gale, a Roger Maris-lookalike, suffers from neuropathy, so he often travels building-to-building on a segway. Besides his vast interest in Ramblers and other vehicles "no one else collects," Gale is a historian and aficionado of Americana. He collects vintage appliances and antiques. Memorabiliamand promotional materials cover the walls, floors and shelves. Mannequins are everywhere. There's a recreated old-style diner. It's where we talked after a tour of the expansive museum buildings. A "boneyard" of other Ramblers is used for parts is on a corner of the ranch and is its own museum. Gale likes new cars, too, with an enviable collection that includes McLaren, Tesla, Rolls-Royce, among others. Mostly, Gale's appreciation for what he does is infectious. Terry Gale's collection of Rambler and other vintage cars is unequaled. Please join me for a 30-minute conversation with the curator of one of the country's most impressive car and Americana museums. The Weekly Driver Podcast encourages and appreciates feedback from our listeners. Please forward episode links to family, friends and colleagues. And you are welcome to repost links from the podcast to your social media accounts. The idea of more eyeballs on more content works for us. Support our podcast by shopping on Amazon.com. A graphic display at the bottom of the post links to automotive selections of the online retailer. But there's also a search function for anything available directly from the site. If you shop via this site, we receive a small commission. It helps us continue to produce independent content. The site began in 2004 and includes more than 700 reviews. The podcast is in its fourth year and we've had a diverse collection of guests — famous athletes, vintage car collectors, manufacturer CEOs, automotive book authors, industry analysts, a movie stuntman and episodes from auto shows and car auctions. Please send comments and suggestions for new episodes to James Raia via email: james@jamesraia.com. All podcast episodes are archived on theweeklydriver.com/podcast Every episode is also available on your preferred podcast platform. Several of the more prominent platforms are listed below. Amazon.com iheartradio iTunes Spotify

Jazz Focus
Tuxedo Stomp - State Street Ramblers II . .great hot jazz from the Southside of Chicago, 1928!

Jazz Focus

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 61:03


Tuxedo Stomp - State Street Ramblers II . .too good to let go with one episode. Two versions of the SST - the first featuring Natty Dominique with alto player Joe Walker and Jimmy Blythe and WE Burton. The second is a reed duo with Alvin Fernandez and Baldy MacDonald with Blythe, Burton, Bill Johnson and Clifford "Snags" Jones . .great hot jazz from the Southside of Chicago, 1928! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/john-clark49/support

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Season 4, Ready for More

Podcast63

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 67:30


Buck and Lu are here to get you prepared for the Ramblers 2021-22 season! This week we wanted to talk about some interesting players who are either back or newcomers to the MVC. Additionally, we discussed how Belmont's probable addition to the MVC might improve Loyola's schedule and competition.

Down Home Cajun Music
Down Home Cajun Music - Rayne Bo Ramblers Part Two

Down Home Cajun Music

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 26:10


Down Home Cajun Music - Rayne Bo Ramblers Part TwoWe continue on with the recordings of The Rayne Bo Ramblers through the late 1930's into the 1940's.La Response De Blues De Bosco (Bluebird 2049)Jus Pasque (Bluebird 2037)Te Jolie Te Petite (Bluebird 2037)Dans Le Chere De La Lune (Bluebird 2042)Ta Oblis De Vernier (Bluebird 2042)Give My Baby My Old Guitar (Bluebird 8105)Dellaide (Bluebird 2049)If I Ever Leave The South (Bluebird 8928)Going Home To Mother (Bluebird 8105)*All selections from the original 78 rpm records.

Jazz Focus
State Street Ramblers . .Barrelhouse Stomp... hot jazz and blues from Chicago, 1931, 32

Jazz Focus

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 61:35


State Street Ramblers . .Barrelhouse Stomp. An ad hoc group of Chicago jazz and blues musicians recording in 1931 and 1932. Very free swinging and hot records featuring Roy Palmer, Darnell Howard, Bob Hudson, Big Bill Broonzy, Bat Robinson, Ed Hudson, Jimmy Blythe, Buddy Burton, Jimmy Bertrand --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/john-clark49/support

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast
WbW with Mr. Jerry Harkness

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 19:55


WbW with Dan Dakich and the late great Mr. Jerry Harkness.  03/27/2018-The Loyola Ramblers were heading to the Final Four and Ramblers 1963 Champion and Guard with the Indiana Pacers back in the ABA days joined DD to talk about what it was like when he grew up playing basketball at Rucker Park, the NBA vs ABA, his National Championship win in 1963 and of course why this 2018 FF team was so special.  Mr. Jerry Harkness told a story that you wouldn't even believe!  At the time in HS, he didn't even think he was good enough for the team.  Someone came up to him at the local YMCA and said hey, you are pretty good.  Went out for the team and made it.  Wait until you hear who that person was at the YMCA that day.  Talk about being inspired. More importantly, Mr. Harkness was a pioneer leader for civil rights and equality.  He was the first black sportscaster in Indianapolis and member of the College Basketball Hall of Fame.  Jerry was also the first African-American fundraiser for the United Way, and helped found both Indiana Black Expo and the 100 Black Men in Indianapolis.  Life after basketball was dedicated to helping others in the community.   RIP to Mr. Jerry Harkness See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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Summer Episode 3 - Two New Dudes

Podcast63

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 49:22


Buck and Lu are back to talk Jayden and Jalen. Before that, we discuss three former Ramblers excelling in their professional basketball careers. Jayden Dawson is from Omaha. While Jalen Quinn is from Tuscola, Illinois. We are excited for both!

Mainstreet Cape Breton
Cape Breton Ramblers and Sydney Mines & District Little League host the “East Coast Summer Showcase”

Mainstreet Cape Breton

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 7:49


The Cape Breton Ramblers and Sydney Mines & District Little League host the “East Coast Summer Showcase” Baseball event this weekend. The showcase is at the Nicole Meaney Memorial Ball Park in Sydney Mines on August 13 – August 15; and includes local and players from PEI and Quebec.

il posto delle parole
Franco D'Aniello "E alla meta arriviamo cantando"

il posto delle parole

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2021 18:36


Franco D'Aniello"E alla meta arriviamo cantando"Le storie, i viaggi, la musica dei Modena City RamblersLa nave di Teseohttp://www.lanavediteseo.eu/“Sono trent'anni che vado in giro per l'Italia e il resto del mondo a suonare con i Modena City Ramblers. Centinaia di palchi, milioni di chilometri in macchina, un'ernia al disco, migliaia e migliaia di persone conosciute, di strette di mano, qualche birra ogni tanto, e musica, tanta. L'idea di mettere in parole scritte tutte le emozioni, o se non tutte molte di esse, non è per vanità o voglia di mettermi alla prova con qualcos'altro che non sia la musica. Credo che sia bello, o almeno così spero fortemente, pensare che tanti nostri fan, tanti amici che ci hanno seguiti in tanti anni possano condividere con me questi miei pensieri. Un po' il dietro le quinte di una canzone, di un disco, del viaggio che magari ha proprio ispirato quella canzone. Per i Modena City Ramblers il viaggio non è mai stato fine a sé stesso. Rappresenta un momento importante dal punto di vista artistico e sociale. Come dice il titolo del nostro primo album, che abbiamo tradotto da un disco di Bob Dylan, Riportando tutto a casa, il viaggio non è il fine ma il mezzo perché la testa si apra totalmente lasciando entrare esperienze, visioni, rumori, suoni, profumi che poi diventano canzoni. Tutto quello che ho visto e sentito in questi anni è ancora vivo nella mente, nel cuore, nella pancia.” Hanno suonato a Plaza de la Revolución a Cuba e nel deserto del Sahara, hanno portato la loro musica tra i dimenticati del mondo e fatto ballare migliaia di persone nelle piazze d'Italia, hanno collaborato, tra gli altri, con Luis Sepúlveda, Bob Geldof, Francesco Guccini, Goran Bregovic ́. Dopo trent'anni di musica, viaggi e avventure insieme, Franco D'Aniello, fondatore dei Modena City Ramblers, racconta per la prima volta la loro storia.https://www.ramblers.it/Franco D'Aniello è flautista e cofondatore dei Modena City Ramblers. Prima di diventare musicista professionista è stato allenatore di calciatori pulcini, di cui uno ha vinto il Mondiale. Di fede bianconera da sempre in attesa di una Champions, è appassionato di freccette, come della sua squadra del cuore modenese di pallavolo. Uno dei pochi a cui piacesse suonare il flauto dolce alle scuole medie, ha interpretato un soldato nordista flautista nel film Gangs of New York di Martin Scorsese, per il quale ha eseguito due brani della colonna sonora. Nel 2019 ha suonato con i Jethro Tull, coronando il suo sogno di ragazzino alle prese con il flauto traverso. Una passione che l'ha portato con i Ramblers in giro per il mondo a suonare combat folk con un tin whistle.IL POSTO DELLE PAROLEascoltare fa pensarehttps://ilpostodelleparole.it/

Down Home Cajun Music
Down Home Cajun Music- Hackberry Ramblers 1935-1938 Volume One

Down Home Cajun Music

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 33:20


Down Home Cajun Music- Hackberry Ramblers 1935-1938The Hackberry Ramblers started playing together in 1933. They were the first band to combine Cajun music with country music, sung in English. Besides country music, they played western swing, blues, traditional jazz standards, a wide range of popular songs. They were also the first group to use amplification to boost their sound. This episode features some of their early recordings; some which have not been reissued.Hackberry Ramblers- Mermentan Stomp (Bluebird 2003) 1936Hackberry Ramblers- Just Because (Montgomery Ward 4816) 1935You've Got To Hi De Hi (Bluebird 6136) 1935Rambling (Bluebird 2010) 1936Jolie Blonde (Bluebird 2003) 1936Cajun Crawl (Bluebird 2013) 1937Jai Pres Parley (Bluebird 2013) 1937Dobie Shack (Bluebird 2019) 1936The Wandering Man (Bluebird 2019) 1936La Breakdown A Pete (Bluebird 2035) 1938Oh Josephine, My Josephine (Bluebird 2035) 1938Mon Cour Me Fois Ci Mal (Bluebird 2088) 1938*All selections from the original 78 rpm records

Gateway to Baseball Heaven
GTBH 7/18/21: A Couple of Ramblers

Gateway to Baseball Heaven

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 39:42


Every week, two of the Best Fans in Baseball (TM) bring you all the news and analysis you need about the St. Louis Cardinals.  The Cards won another series against the Giants, which should give reason for optimism.  However Daniel (C70 At The Bat, @C70) and Tara (Birds on the Black, @tarawellman) still have a lot of concerns.  Is the pitching able to hold up when you still don't know who your fifth starter really is?  The offense still is sputtering, only scoring seven runs total in the series.  Can anything be done about that?  And what does "creative" mean to Mike Shildt and the front office?  Plenty of monologues in this one if you are into that sort of thing!

Galway Bay FM - Sports
SOCCER: Galway United 2-0 Cobh Ramblers - Match Report with Galway Bay FM's Mike Rafferty

Galway Bay FM - Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 1:48


SOCCER: Galway United 2-0 Cobh Ramblers - Match Report with Galway Bay FM's Mike Rafferty

Galway Bay FM - Sports
SOCCER: Galway United midfielder Conor McCormack with Galway Bay FM's Jonathan Higgins following their 2-0 Airtricity League win over Cobh Ramblers

Galway Bay FM - Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 1:46


SOCCER: Galway United midfielder Conor McCormack with Galway Bay FM's Jonathan Higgins following their 2-0 Airtricity League win over Cobh Ramblers

Galway Bay FM - Sports
SOCCER: Galway United Coach Lisa Fallon with Galway Bay FM's Jonathan Higgins after their 2-0 Airtricity League win over Cobh Ramblers

Galway Bay FM - Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 4:56


SOCCER: Galway United Coach Lisa Fallon with Galway Bay FM's Jonathan Higgins after their 2-0 Airtricity League win over Cobh Ramblers

99% Invisible
448- Katie Mingle's Right to Roam

99% Invisible

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2021 34:30


We revisit Katie Mingle's Right to Roam episode as we say goodbyeIn the United Kingdom, the freedom to walk through private land is known as “the right to roam.” The movement to win this right was started in the 1930s by a rebellious group of young people who called themselves “ramblers” and spent their days working in the factories of Manchester, England.Right to Roam

Down Home Cajun Music
Down Home Cajun Music- Rayne Bo Ramblers 1935-1941

Down Home Cajun Music

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2021 35:37


Down Home Cajun Music- Rayne Bo Ramblers 1935-1941Leroy "Happy Fats" Leblanc started off his recording career in 1935 with the Bluebird label with his group, The Rayne Bo Ramblers. The group continued recording all through the pre war era for the label recording many great classic songs, embracing the musical styles of the era.  Happy had a good ear and surrounded himself with many great musicians through the years, including Nathan Abshire, Doc Guidry, Harry Choates  and Papa Cairo to name a few. Out of all the Cajun string bands to emerge from the 1935 sessions, the Rayne Bo Ramblers never seem to get the attention they deserve. This episode focuses on the groups early recordings from 1935-1941.Rayne Breakdown (1935) B-2176One Step De Lacassine (1935) B-2178Valse De Marais Bulleur (1937) B-2026Noveau Grand Guedan (1937)  B-2024Les Blues De Bosco (1937)  B-2022Les Escrivis Dan Platin 1938) B-2034Se Mallereux (1938) B-2046Aux Ball Se Te Maurice (1938) B-2074La Veuve De La Coulee (1940) B-2081La Tete Fille Lafayette (1940) B-2083Lake Charles Shuffle (1941)  B-8623Alons Rendezvous (1941) unissuedTe Kaplan (1941) unissued

Podcast63
The Boys Talk Potential

Podcast63

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2021 50:05


Buck and Lu break down three more players from this last season: Kennedy, Welch, and Hutson. We also talk about some former Ramblers doing good things for their communities and their professional basketball teams!

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The Boys Say Bye to Cam

Podcast63

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2021 53:27


Buck and Lu talk TY Johnson, recruiting, former Ramblers, and grade three more players from last season. Join us to hear what we think!

Rosin the Bow with Joe McHugh
Clay Buckner - Fiddler With the Red Clay Ramblers

Rosin the Bow with Joe McHugh

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2021 49:20


Clay Buckner is an old-time and Celtic fiddler living in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. For many years, Clay has been the fiddler for one of my favorite string bands, the Red Clay Ramblers. I recorded this interview at his home after which we spent a pleasant evening playing tunes together.

Two Homies Chatting Podcast
Two Homies Chatting With Vinny Rodriguez Owner & GM of the NVA's Las Vegas Ramblers

Two Homies Chatting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2021 68:20


We are joined by Vinny Rodriguez Owner and GM of the NVA's Las Vegas Ramblers. The NVA is a professional men's volleyball organization that is based right here in the US. Check them out at NVAUSA.com

The Jonathan Wier Show
Jonathan and James: Drunken Ramblers

The Jonathan Wier Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2021 53:31


Farming Today
01/04/21 - Countryside Code, ELMS and robotic mowers

Farming Today

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2021 13:40


'Be nice, say hello, share the space' - a new Countryside Code is launched, 70 years after the first booklet was published. The 'refreshed' code developed by Natural England and Natural Resources Wales aims to help people enjoy the countryside in a 'safe and respectful way'. Rural groups from the National Farmers Union to the Ramblers have also been involved in its development. We speak to the architect of the new Environmental Land Management Scheme - Janet Hughes. As the subsidy payments from the EU's Common Agricultural Policy are phased out, ELMS will be introduced in England. This is a massive change for farmers - on average the subsidy they're paid makes up more than half their income. So what will it really look like? And could escaped robotic lawnmowers pose a risk to crops? Presented by Charlotte Smith Produced for BBC Audio in Bristol by Heather Simons

KXnO Sports Fanatics
Loyola the Next Gonzaga?, Eloy Jimenez Injury, and Pirates - Thursday Show Hour 2

KXnO Sports Fanatics

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2021 42:47


The guys are joined by Bruno in the second hour and talk about Lon Kruger retiring at Oklahoma. They also get into Porter Moser and where his next spot may be after Loyola, they wonder if Loyola is the next Gonzaga, and discuss Sister Jean's impact on the Ramblers. They also get into the NBA Trade Deadline, the injury of Eloy Jimenez of the White Sox, and that gets into a discussion of Rudy at Notre Dame. Chris gets on a side tangent about pirates and to end the hour Ross shares the story of shrimp in Cinnamon Toast Crunch.

The College Football Experience
March Madness Picks - Sweet 16: Loyola Chicago vs Oregon State Preview

The College Football Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2021 16:20


The College Experience on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network previews the Sweet 16 matchup between the Loyola Chicago Ramblers and the Oregon State Beavers. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) breaks down both teams and then projects just who you should bet on in this March Madness matchup. Can Oregon State find a way to score on this elite Ramblers defense? What are the matchups that favor Loyola and can they stop Ethan Thompson and the Beavers? We talk it all on this special edition episode of The College Experience.     Follow - Twitter | InstagramWatch - YouTube | TwitchSubscribe - Apple | Spotify | GoogleRead - SportsGamblingPodcast.comDiscuss - Slack | Reddit   Support for this episode - BetQL code "MARCH30" | OddsCrowd | Pickwise | BetterThan.Vegas | Bettor Edge code "SGP"

Barstool Bench Mob
Episode 38: Syracuse's Buddy Boeheim + Sweet 16 Preview

Barstool Bench Mob

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2021 59:25


On today's Sweet 16 preview of Barstool Bench Mob, we kick things off with the Saturday slate. 8-seed Loyola-Chicago matches up against 12-seed Oregon State (03:55).  Are the Ramblers the favorite to come out of the region? Next up, Baylor faces Villanova and Rico and Marty think the Bears run away with it and move on to the Elite Eight (09:19). Do the Wildcats have a shot without Collin Gillespie? The winner of that game will meet the winner of Arkansas and the Cinderella of the tournament, Oral Roberts (12:04). The Razorbacks beat the Golden Eagles earlier in the season. So how will the rematch go? Can Max Abmas and Kevin Obanor lead Oral Roberts to an upset? And the final game on Saturday features Houston and Syracuse (19:23). Can Buddy Boeheim stay red-hot and lead the Orange to another upset? Rico thinks the Cougars pose a tough matchup for Boeheim and Co.  Then we welcome the hottest shooter in the country, Syracuse guard Buddy Boeheim to talk about Syracuse's run in the NCAA tournament, life as a coach's son, and how tough his dad's 2-3 zone can be on opponents. Plus - Buddy promises to incorporate a new celebration after a three-pointer. (24:30) We move on to Sunday's slate and kick things off with Gonzaga and Creighton (43:25). The Zags are huge favorites but can Marcus Zegarowski get hot enough to pull off the miracle? The only chalk-matchup of the tournament is in the East Region with 1-seed Michigan and 4-seed Florida State (45:54). Is this the best matchup of the Sweet 16? Do the Seminoles have an answer for Hunter Dickinson?  The Wolverines or Seminoles take on the winner of UCLA vs. Alabama (48:26). Can the Bruins slow down Nate Oats' 3-point-heavy Crimson Tide offense? And the final game of the Sweet 16 is a Pac-12 matchup between Oregon and USC (51:05). How do the Ducks match up with the Mobleys? The Trojans seem to be the consensus pick among the Bench Mob and Rico makes a bold prediction for a potential Gonzaga-USC Elite Eight matchup.  And we wrap things up with an update from the Women's NCAA Tournament which features red-hot UConn led by Paige Bueckers (54:52). Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob and make sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob for the latest highlights, scores and news.

Barstool Bench Mob
Episode 37: What A Weekend. We Have A Sweet 16 - Round 2 Recap

Barstool Bench Mob

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2021 52:34


On today's Barstool Bench Mob, the first weekend of the 2021 NCAA Tournament is in the books. We have a Sweet 16 to look forward to next weekend. Marty, Jake, and Rico break down all the action from Sunday and Monday's Round of 32 games starting in the West Region (03:53). 2-seed Iowa goes down to 7-seed Oregon to end the season in a disappointing way. Did the Ducks have a rest advantage after not competing in the first round? They'll take on conference foe USC after the Trojans ran 3-seed Kansas out of the gym. At the top of the region, Gonzaga and Creighton breezed through their respective 2nd round games and will meet next weekend. Can Marcus Zegarowski and the Blue Jays do the impossible and take down the Zags? Next up, the South Region (12:39) where Oral Roberts is officially the Cinderella of the 2021 NCAA Tournament. Max Abmas and the Golden Eagles take down Florida and have a rematch with Muss Bus and the Razorbacks. Arkansas edged out Texas Tech sealing Marty's fate as he now has to face his punishment. And with Baylor and Villanova both moving on to the Sweet 16, do the Wildcats without Collin Gillespie have a shot against the Bears?  We move onto the most chaotic region of the tournament, the Midwest Region (22:24), where the 2, 8, 11, and 12 seeds are left. Who is the favorite for the Final Four? Sister Jean makes her return to the Sweet 16. Loyola-Chicago looked like they were the top seed in their dominant win over 1-seed Illinois. The Ramblers take on Oregon State next Saturday after the Beavers take down Cade Cunningham and 4-seed Oklahoma State. And at the bottom of the region, Syracuse does it again. Can Buddy Boeheim lead the Orange to the Elite Eight over 2-seed Houston?  And we wrap things up in the East Region (36:59) where, at the top, 1-seed Michigan outlasted 8-seed LSU. How far can Michigan go without Isaiah Livers? Can Leonard Hamilton lead the Seminoles to the Elite Eight after their big win over Colorado? The rest of the region featured routs as UCLA took care of business against Abilene Christian and Alabama blew out Maryland. How did Texas lose to Abilene Christian? Can Alabama win the whole thing? Rico thinks so.  Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob! And for the latest scores, news, and highlights from the NCAA Tournament, make sure to follow us on Twitter & Instagram @stoolbenchmob.

The Rich Eisen Show
REShow: Porter Moser - Hour 2 (03-22-21)

The Rich Eisen Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2021 57:58


Guest host Dan Hellie tells Chris Brockman the preparation necessary to be able to call play-by-play for sports ranging from the NFL to MMA.  Brockman runs through the latest news from the world of sports including the NFL Draft being held live in Cleveland this year, the Giants signing of WR Kenny Golladay and if he deserved a huge contract coming on an injury-plagued season. Dan and the guys break down the big changes in the NFC East and which team should be the frontrunner in the wide-open division for the upcoming season. The guys discuss LeBron James’ sprained ankle and what it means for the Lakers’ playoff outlook if L.A. goes an extended time without their two best players. Loyola Chicago head coach Porter Moser tells Dan how this year’s Ramblers compares to his recent Final Four team, how he gets his players to buy in to playing tenacious defense, why 101-year-old Sister Jean is MUCH feistier than she looks (and if you don’t believe it, see what happens when you don’t return one of her emails), and much more.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

McNeil & Parkins Show
Parkins & Spiegel: Danny ruined Ayo & the Illini (Hour 1)

McNeil & Parkins Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2021 25:21


Danny Parkins and Matt Spiegel opened their show by reacting to the latest NCAA Tournament action. In news that surprised absolutely no one, Parkins ruined star guard Ayo Dosunmu and the Fighting Illini. After that, the conversation turned to a key question regarding the Section 108 Tournament -- who's Spiegel endorsing? In a disgusting move, he left his executive producer in the dust. Also, NCAA Tournament aside, are you going to want to consume Loyola basketball regular-season games come next December? What will it take for you to follow and consume the Ramblers more in the regular season? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast
Dan talks more on the Indiana basketball head coaching search, Loyola-Chicago's Porter Moser and Oral Roberts' Paul Mills talk on their teams making the Sweet 16, Sean Salisbury talks on NFL and Colts free agency and the accusations against Deshaun Wats

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2021 120:55


(00:00-24:52) – Dan opens the show on the final day of the Round of 32 in the NCAA Tournament by reacting to all the Madness from over the weekend. Dan also shares that he needs to respect the value of a dollar more, so he has signed up to work at a hardware store and drive for Door Dash. (24:53-35:50) – We return with Dan talking more on Tim Brando’s comments to The Fan Morning Show about where Indiana basketball expectations should be. Also, Dan looks at the options for the next head coach at Indiana.     (35:51-41:10) – Hour number one closes with Dan looking at some of the disappointing moves from some teams in the NCAA Tournament. (41:11-1:04:52) – Sean Salisbury joins the show and shares a story about the time he had a date with Heather Locklear while the QB at USC. Sean also talks NFL Free Agency and what the Colts have done so far. Additionally, the accusations against Deshaun Watson are examined by Sean and Dan.    (1:04:53-1:16:08)– Dan continues the discussion for who should be the next head coach at Indiana and we head to the phone lines for some fan engagement on those topics.       (1:16:09-1:22:42) – We close the second hour of the show by looking at Oregon’s dominance of Iowa right now and also reflect on the struggles of the Big Ten this year in the NCAA Tournament.     (1:22:43-1:42:16) – The head coach of Oral Roberts Paul Mills joins the show to take us through the Golden Eagles’ journey to the Sweet 16 featuring wins over Ohio State and Florida.    (1:42:17-1:57:21) – Loyola-Chicago head coach Porter Moser stops by for the third time this month to take us through the Ramblers going back to the Sweet 16 following their win over Illinois.   (1:57:22-2:00:43) – Dan closes the show on a Monday by asking show producer Jimmy Cook for today’s edition of The JCook Parlay of the Day. Plus Dan, Jimmy, and Brendan King go over other games that they like in this final day of the Round of 32 in the NCAA Tournament.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast
Best Of The Dan Dakich Show - Monday 3/22/21

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2021 48:23


Today’s Best of Features: (00:00-22:51) – Sean Salisbury joins the show and shares a story about the time he had a date with Heather Locklear while the QB at USC. Sean also talks NFL Free Agency and what the Colts have done so far. Additionally, the accusations against Deshaun Watson are examined by Sean and Dan.    (22:52-36:12) – The head coach of Oral Roberts Paul Mills joins the show to take us through the Golden Eagles’ journey to the Sweet 16 featuring wins over Ohio State and Florida.    (36:13-48:12) – Loyola-Chicago head coach Porter Moser stops by for the third time this month to take us through the Ramblers going back to the Sweet 16 following their win over Illinois.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Dan Patrick Show on PodcastOne
03/22/21 DPS Best Of

The Dan Patrick Show on PodcastOne

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2021 50:03


On today’s Dan Patrick Show, the guys return from the weekend break to talk about one of the wildest first rounds of the NCAA Tournament in recent memory. Dan talks about how there are some teams, such as Loyola Chicago, that this is not their first go-around with the bright lights as well as some schools such as Oral Roberts who have taken the nation by storm with their shocking play. CBS Sports college basketball analyst Seth Davis joined the show to talk about the first round as well as break down what could be in the cards for Porter Moser as far as moving on from the Ramblers. In the second hour, Loyola Chicago senior center Cameron Krutwig joins DP to talk about his team’s thrilling upset win over Illinois in the round of 32 as well as sing a little Hall and Oates with Fritzy. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Bernstein & McKnight Show
Bernstein & Rahimi: Clayton Custer interview & Midday Midway (Hour 2)

Bernstein & McKnight Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2021 42:48


In the second hour, Dan Bernstein and Leila Rahimi were joined by Loyola director of player development Clayton Custer to discuss the Ramblers' 71-58 upset win against the top-seeded Illinois Fighting Illini in the round of 32 on Sunday. After that, Bernstein and Rahimi discussed some unfortunate Bears news from over the weekend. Later, they conducted the Midday Midway, taking a look at some of the wildest and most intriguing headlines from around the world. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bernstein & McKnight Show
Bernstein & Rahimi: Loyola-Illinois & NCAA Tournament reaction (Hour 1)

Bernstein & McKnight Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2021 23:29


Dan Bernstein and Leila Rahimi opened their show by reacting to Loyola's 71-58 upset win against top-seeded Illinois on Sunday, which sent the Ramblers into the Sweet 16. They also discussed the importance of the matchup to Illinois and Chicago basketball and why Loyola might have a legitimate championship run ahead of it. Later, they opened voting in the second round of their Tournament of Greatness. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mully & Haugh Show on 670 The Score
Mully & Haugh: Loyola/Illinois talk, Porter Moser interview (Hour 4)

Mully & Haugh Show on 670 The Score

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2021 41:29


In the final hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh reacted to Loyola's 71-58 upset win against top-seeded Illinois on Sunday, which sent the Ramblers into the Sweet 16. Later, Loyola coach Porter Moser joined the show to break down the victory and to preview Loyola's matchup against Oregon State in the Sweet 16. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mully & Haugh Show on 670 The Score
Mully & Haugh: Callers weigh in on Bears' QB search, Porter Moser interview (Hour 3)

Mully & Haugh Show on 670 The Score

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2021 41:30


In the third hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh opened up the phone lines for listeners to share their feelings on the Bears' never-ending quarterback search. Later, Loyola-Chicago coach Porter Moser joined the show to discuss the Ramblers landing a No. 8 seed in the NCAA Tournament and whether he has received interest from other programs regarding their coaching vacancies. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Laurence Holmes on 670 The Score
Holmes: Matt Forte & Porter Moser interviews (Hour 1)

Laurence Holmes on 670 The Score

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2021 42:34


Laurence Holmes opened his show by welcoming on former Bears running back Matt Forte to discuss the work he's doing in underprivileged communities. Forte also expressed concern about the mental health of ex-NFL players after retired receiver Vincent Jackson recently passed away at 38. Later, Loyola basketball coach Porter Moser joined the show to discuss his Ramblers' terrific season, how they can maintain such excellence and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The College Football Experience
College Basketball Weekend Preview (Ep. 549)

The College Football Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2021 99:33


The College Experience on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network previews all of this weekends big College Basketball games between Friday and Sunday. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) & NC Nick (@NC_Nick) talk about who they like to win and which upsets will happen this weekend. Can Virginia Tech take down UVA in Blacksburg? Does Villanova get past Seton Hall again? Is Kentucky a live dog at home against Texas? Who wins in the Iowa vs Illinois matchup? Is Alabama vs Oklahoma the best game of the weekend? Will Michigan State respond and take down Ohio State? Will Loyola Chicago and the Ramblers get tested this weekend? We talk it all on this special weekend edition of The College Experience.  Use WynnBET and get a $500 risk-free bet! SIGN UP New Jersey SIGN UP Colorado Follow - Twitter | Instagram Watch - YouTube | Twitch Subscribe - Apple | Spotify | Google Read - SportsGamblingPodcast.com Discuss - Slack Support for this episode - WynnBet | BetterThan.Vegas | Bettor Edge code "SGP" | AcePerHead.com/SGP Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy