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The NBDA’s bicycle industry podcast brings retailers, vendors, advocates, and thought leaders to the mic for honest discussions about the latest issues facing retailers, while taking an in-depth look at the person within the profession. Content that proves relatable and thought producing, directed at exposing real-world tips and information to help retailers find success within the bicycle industry.
 
Cycling for More is all about bringing cycling and faith together. Join us as we share our stories and the stories of our friends to see how cycling (and all things connected to it) can be used to pursue the Kingdom of God with your everyday, ordinary life. Cycling for More is the official podcast of Ends of the Earth Cycling. https://www.endscycling.com
 
Secure. Contain. Protect. There are things that go bump in the night. Fantastic things. Horrible things. Redacted things. The SCP Foundation was built to keep humanity safe from a world of beings it doesn’t want to know exists. Things of wonder. Things of destruction. And these things have files. A LOT of files. New episodes weekly. * * * Content related to the SCP Foundation, including these podcasts, are licensed under Creative Commons Sharealike 3.0. Concepts originate from works on the S ...
 
Julie’s Bicycle is the leading global charity bridging the gap between environmental sustainability and the creative industries. Our vision is a creative community with sustainability at its heart and our mission is to provide the inspiration, expertise and resources to make that happen. We work with over 2,000 arts organisations across the UK and internationally, large and small to help them measure, manage and reduce their environmental impacts.
 
The Obituary Writer of Crestfall, Idaho finds himself deeply in over his head as he investigates a series of strange and mysterious deaths… when he is supposed to simply be writing obituaries. Along the way he encounters murderous farmers, man-eating cats, haunted bicycles, and a healthy dose of ominous shadows.
 
The VeloCast is a cycling podcast, recorded and published weekly. The show covers urban cycling, professional or pro road racing news, mountain biking and details of new developments in cycling technology and equipment.
 
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A chat with Caleb Werntz, a filmmaker who has overcome homelessness by learning to live on a bicycle for eight years of epic tours alongside a calico cat named Marilyn. We talk challenges, COVID and Marilyn's origin story. The Interview: Caleb and Marilyn Living by Bike Caleb Werntz is a filmmaker who has overcome homelessness by learning to live o…
 
Bicycle Talk Episode 249: June 7th, 2021: Ron’s Rant. E- Bikes Should there be a tax credit? I say why not. Ron talks about e-bikes and tax credits. Would you buy an ebike if it had a tax incentive? Example $3000 bike / 900.00 tax incentive. On a positive side: A bump in the road update. Ron keeps listeners up to date on his condition. Hundreds of …
 
It seems everything cycling-related is fetching inordinate amounts of money on the used market these days, and so we figured it was a good time to trade in Caley and Zach for a special guest host: Dan Cavallari, former tech editor for Velonews and now freelancer extraordinaire. Dan covered Unbound Gravel for CyclingTips this year, so it only seemed…
 
In June 2020, The Cycling Europe Podcast dedicated the whole of episode 21 to the epic early 20th Century European cycle of the American Maximilian J. St. George. After discovering the podcast, Tim & George, both grandsons of Max got in touch, as did Juniper, great grandson of Max’s travelling companion Varnum Parish. Varnum not only rode with Max …
 
Scott Dedenbach has been a lot of things to a lot of different people in the cycling world, but quite possibly his most important role has come over this global pandemic. We talk about that role, and what the future looks like for him and The Bike Shop Show. Subscribe to The Gravel Lot. Social Media: Patreon - Facebook - Instagram - Twitter - YouTu…
 
This week we’re joined once again by author Chuck Wolfe to talk about his book Sustaining a City’s Culture and Character. We talk about sustainable travel and the “character” and “authenticity” of places. We also talk in detail about the importance of context when considering planning for the future. 30% discount code: 4S21City Follow us on twitter…
 
Amy Morrison is a born competitor. After a youth spent water skiing and being a Division 1 pole vaulter for Clemson, she found mountain biking. The perfect storm of timing, talent, and work ethic had Amy join the pro enduro ranks in a few short seasons. She has a pile of race wins to her name, including National Champ and most recently, winner of t…
 
So many times we think that in order to see improvement, in cycling or in life, we have to always be working. We think that it is our constant activity that makes us improve. The reality is that the improvement actually comes when we stop constantly working and we practice a little "R&R." Rest and recovery are actually vital to getting stronger in …
 
This week on the CyclingTips Podcast... Dane breaks down the final takeaways from the Critérium du Dauphiné and what to expect from the Tour de Suisse. Plus, the women raced their first-ever Tour de Suisse Women. Unbound Gravel delivered two impressive races from both the elite men and elite women. For Nerd Nugget, a conversation about why the UCI …
 
This episode’s guest is Greg Robidoux, Executive Director at Serotta International Cycling Institute (SICI). SICI offers classes, bicycle fitting equipment, and consulting to bicycling retailers and coaches. Fit services are an excellent resource for revenue and ensure new cyclists find not only comfort but optimal performance while on the bike. So…
 
Only one way in with an aerial exit. This episode was possible thanks to our guest star, Shelby Scott! Check out their podcast Scare You To Sleep! Patrons Critical Boob, Orlando, Allison Didde, Jacob Lambert, Chase T Hopper, A Nightmare on Fierce St., Kaleb Parker, LongHairGuy, TOYE, Lauren Domecki, Mykal Machon, Vincent M, Ken Wilson, Jessica Broo…
 
This week we hear from Colombia, where a helpline with a difference recently opened. Its aim is to stop domestic violence, but instead of targeting victims, it targets the perpetrators. The idea is to get men in particular, who are struggling with jealousy, anger and other strong emotions, to phone in and get help. Produced and presented by Craig L…
 
Stories in this episode: -Stalker Student - Debra (00:56). -Sliding Doors - Jude (19:43). -My Dog Almost Attacked My Stalker - Nikki (27:50). -Sometimes tips aren't the only things you get when delivering pizzas - thecloser1989 (48:02). All of the stories you've heard this week were narrated and produced with the permission of their respective auth…
 
In an article she wrote for teamusa.org’s triathlon site on May 19th, Clarice Lorenzini says: “I’m Clarice Lorenzini and I’m Here To Make A Difference.” As the only Asian-American Pro Triathlete on the Ironman Circuit, Clarice is bound and determined to race proud as a member of the AAPI community as well as give back to the cycling community at la…
 
We’ve chatted an awful lot lately about how tubeless and tube-type clinchers seem to be slowly replacing tubulars in pro road racing. Even though high-performance clinchers offer a big rolling efficiency advantage (as much as 12 W according to some figures), tubulars are still more popular for all the same reasons as usual: they’re lighter, they’re…
 
Five years ago, on June 3, 2016, Jocelyn Lovell died. During his heyday in the 1970s, he was a supreme bike handler and race tactician. His skills got him more than 35 national titles in various events on the road and the track. He won gold medals at the Commonwealth Games and Pan Am Games and silver in the kilo at the track world championships in …
 
This week we’re joined by Ben Holland, Senior Associate at the Rocky Mountain Institute to talk about important strategies for reducing emissions in the transportation and land use sectors. We talk about the disconnect between techno-optimists and urbanists in climate change approach, RMI’s new Colorado induced travel calculator, and the hard choic…
 
This week! Mr. David Palan and I re-boot the Wheelbuild Challenge!!! It's been a long time and we are still getting people to take on the task of building their own set of wheels. Bike Shop Show socials: Instagram - Twitter Mr. David Palan socials: Instagram - Twitter If you'd like to support our listener supported show check out our Patreon site a…
 
This episode’s guest is George Lee, a known retail expert with an unwavering desire to innovate, implement, and take every business and everybody in his environment to the next level. His bicycle industry career is centered on strategic thinking, planning, and profitability. He is leading the retail strategy and operations growth plan of Conte's Bi…
 
The Sinai desert in Egypt is a dry, barren place where not much grows. But Ties van der Hoeven has come up with a scheme to turn it into a green and fertile land. It’s a plan on a huge scale which involves dredging a lake, restoring ecosystems, and even bringing back rain to the desert. He’s been inspired by a successful project to restore the Loes…
 
Bicycle Talk Episode 248: May 24th, 2021: Ron’s Rant. The trails are alive with comments on Facebook! “All bicycles should be equipped with bells to be rung when passing walkers from behind, particularly on rail trails!” Ron rants on bells, earbuds and user etiquette on the trails. On a positive side: A bump in the road update. Ron keeps listeners …
 
Bicycle Talk Episode 247: May 24th, 2021: Ron’s Rant. A bump in the road. Away for 2 weeks for good reason. Special show talking about Ron’s Cardiac adventure. On a positive side: May is still Bike Month. I’m alive!A big thank you: Surgical Team Dr. Jonathan A. Hammond Jr, MD And especially APRN Dorota Pawlak, a special person in so many ways. Not …
 
Stories in this episode: -My encounter on a Hare Krishna farm - Iaintnotadpole (2:20). -The dirt road that almost took my life - Demonofz (12:01). -He Was Living In Our Crawlspace - scaredsprout (18:39). -Drenched in Blood - possiblyapigman (27:33). -He had plans for me - JennLegend3 (49:10). -Tape Recorder - NeonEmera (53:37). Don't forget to chec…
 
We talk about advocacy, safety, trails, and planning a lot; and today, we wrap much of that into a conversation with Dave Sndyer, the executive director of CalBike – the California Bicycle Coalition. Dave was BORN to advocacy… I don’t mean that as literally as it sounds; but, his passion for the work started in college and has never waned. Today, D…
 
One hundred years ago, the Great North Road closed and the A1 opened, heralding a century of domination by the motor car. The Cycling Europe Podcast meets BBC journalist (and one-time San Franciscan cycle courier) Steve Silk who set off on his bicycle to cycle from London to Edinburgh to rediscover what remains of the old road, its stories, milesto…
 
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