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An off track experience is a podcast that will follow the UCI DH World Cup around giving better insight into different racers life styles and also predictions on the remainder of the series. I’ll also be talking with several people on the media side of things, photo and video. Lastly I’d also like to get mechanics on as well and get their side on things. Enjoy.
 
Mixing jiu-jitsu talk with very personal sharing with guests from Hong Kong, Asia and beyond. Our guest discussed anything from; how to build yourself a parachute when your wife throws your ass off the cliff; perfecting your mother’s chicken congee; and thrive from having deliberately invited challenges into your life… You get the drift. This is 4STRIPES Collective podcast – Pure self. There’s something for everyone in these episodes from our awesome martial arts and jiu jitsu community in H ...
 
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On this episode of the podcast I chat with one of the best up and coming downhill races to come out of New Zealand. Lachie Stevens-McNab has just come off an impressive first year of world cup racing with us seeing him of several world cup podiums including a 3rd place at the world championships in Val di Sole, Italy. Lachie is a super down to eart…
 
On this episode of the podcast I sit down with your 2020 World Champion and a close friend of mine Reece Wilson. Reece has slowly but surely been inching his way to the top of the world cup rankings over the last few years but with a stand out ride in 2020 seeing him become world champion he has definitely cemented himself as one of the guys to bea…
 
Flo is the man, period! Coming from Reunion island Flo has grown up with a laid back and chilled lifestyle and mindset which makes him one of the nicest people you’ll ever meet. I was lucky enough to meet Flo back in 2014 and since the we have continued to be good friends and have how found ourselves on the same time riding for the Scott DH factory…
 
On this episode of the podcast I sit down with the most influential person in my life, my dad, Rex Lucas. Dads lived a pretty crazy life, from inventing saw mills and traveling all around the world to sell them to building and flying helicopters just for the fun of it. He’s been the most giving person and also the harshest at the same time and has …
 
Hosts Lee McAdams and Kyle Carlson talk to 2 time Emmy Award winning musician, composer and producer Lucas Cantor. Lucas has done work for NBC, Netflix, Lucasfilm, Dreamworks, Lorde, the Wu-Tang Clan and more! We talk to him about his musical background, the use of AI technology in music, composing for film and more. Featuring a highlight from his …
 
On this episode of the podcast I shit down with the Grey Zone Pirate Life Racing team that is made up of Jordy Prochyra, Nathan Newell and Tom Maslin.The guys go into start up the team and bring in outside sponsors that line up with there values and over all vibe of the team. Cool to seen more teams like this starting to pop up and bring a more pro…
 
In this episode we talk to Rhode Island based musician and producer Brian Rosa. We talk about his musical background, upcoming projects, shared some stories and some laughs. Featuring highlights from his "Kool Tapes" series and his single "Up and Coming" with Rhode Island based rapper Knellz.Music In This Video: INTRO: "Let's Get This Bread" by Whi…
 
Rhys is hands down one of the nicest guys out there and along with his team at Maydena bike park they have been putting on amazing events and building back up mountain biking in Australia. Rhys has had a lot of twist and turns to get him where he is today, from competing chasing a free ride dream to then getting invested in the coaching side of thi…
 
On this episode I sit down with Baxter Maiwald. Baxter is one of Australia’s best trail builders and has been a driving force behind everything happening at the Maydena bike park along with many other mountain biking hot spots around Aus.Baxter also rips on a bike and landed himself just behind myself in 4th at the national championship a couple da…
 
On this episode of the podcast I sit down with the absolute legend Josh Carlson. From starting out following in his father footsteps chasing the dream of becoming a professional motocross racer in his early years to then making a huge shift over to XC racing and picking up his entire life to travel to the US and Canada to compete to now being one o…
 
This episode focuses on Justin McAdams, local Rhode Island musician. Justin is the younger brother of Rabbit Hole PVD host Lee McAdams. He is know for his collaborations with funk/rock fusion band White Rabbit, studio session work and more. Music in this video: INTRO: "Let's Get This Bread" by White Rabbit ARTIST HIGHLIGHTS: "Armin's Apartment" by …
 
Artist Highlights from the "Down the Rabbit Hole, Vol. II: Head Out of Mind" compilation album including Hammada, Zach Tabori, Sacred Lake, marSOUPial and Hanford Reach. Plus special guests Colin O'Hara and Justin McAdams!INTRO: "Let's Get This Bread" by White Rabbit ARTIST HIGHLIGHTS: "Azimut" by Hammada "Anyone" by Zach Tabori "Bad Acid" by Sacre…
 
Artist Highlights from the "Down the Rabbit Hole, Volume I" compilation album, including The Mourning After, anjali.rose, Blonde Otter, and Jabbawaukee!Music in this video: INTRO: "Let's Get This Bread" by White Rabbit ARTIST HIGHLIGHTS: "Kill Vardy" by The Mourning After "Splendor Never Ends" by anjali.rose "Ghost" by Blonde Otter "Moonlight" by J…
 
Dillon Mason: So this podcast is a bit of a different one, as I was waiting at my van in Byron Bay a guy walking past noticed the work I’d done inside and started chatting about it and hit it off straight away, soon after he showed me how he had set his van very similar, that was the start of the similarities between us but not the last.I got him n…
 
On this episode of the podcast I sit down with Australian MX legend Lee Hogan. Lee was a multi time time race winner and champion in both outdoors and super cross back in the early to mid 90’s racing against such riders as Chad Reed and Jay Marmont. Unfortunately due to injury Lee had to retire from the sport of motocross while still at the pointy …
 
On this episode of the podcast I sit down with one of my favourite people in the world Charlie Harrison.Charlie and myself along with rest of the world have gone through quite a different year then we’re used to, both of heading to Europe but getting our trips cut short due to the pandemic and injury.From those lows and the extra time it’s given us…
 
On this episode of the podcast I sit down with Mitch Smith. Mitch and myself have been friends for a while now but iv only ever scratched the surface on his past accolades, current projects and future plans until a series of some would say unlucky events led me to start living a few minutes from his house. Since then iv had the opportunity to get t…
 
Joe McDonald is a close mate of mine from my home town in Albury/Wodonga that like myself spends most of his time travelling around the world when he’s not spending winters at falls creek and summers up at the Sunshine Coast. With the current situation going on Joe and I were forced into self isolation for two weeks after getting home from overseas…
 
Felipe Pena is one of the most accomplished Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt competitors in the world. Felipe’s nickname “Preguiça”, which is Portuguese for lazy or sloth, was given to him by one his early coaches “Draculino” when he was a teenager. Despite being overweight when he first started jiu-jitsu, Felipe became motivated to train harder and …
 
Professor Octavio Couto, more affectionately known as “Ratinho”, is a 6th degree black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu under Romero Cavalcanti, and one of the most innovative and sought-after coaches in the world. Originally competing with Alliance, he was one of seven black belts to form Team Brasa in 2002. A true scholar of the world, Professor Ratin…
 
Dr. Kimberley Carder is a clinical psychologist, avid jiu-jitsu practitioner and retired professional MMA fighter. Having grown up in Hong Kong, Dr. Carder, or simply Kim to her friends, has a unique understanding on the mental health climate of international, fast-paced cities. As a human-centered clinician, she adapts her approach to the children…
 
Master Carlson Gracie Jr. is the only son of the legendary Grand Master Carlson Gracie Sr. and grandson of the founder of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Carlos Gracie. “Junior” as he is known to his family and friends, started jiu-jitsu at the tender age of three under the direction of his father. He now holds a 6th Degree Black Belt in BJJ, as well as a Bla…
 
On this episode of the podcast I sit down with a close friend of mine who played a large part in helping my start my World Cup career. David McMillan and myself have been racing bikes together since we were 13 and 14 years old through vic and national races and when it was time to go international we we decided to all jump in a old beat up transit …
 
Okay guys on this episode of the podcast I sit down with a close friend of mine Johnny McLean. Johnny owns and runs a massive import company in Newcastle called Lusty industries and has played a massive roll in so many up and coming kids life’s helping them achieve their goals and get to the top. Johnny is a very humble person that has never really…
 
On this episode of the podcast I sit down with a close friend of mine the person who’s been racing for years at a state level and also an international level. Josh button has to be one of the most positive happy people I know and has a great outlook on life and racing in general. We talk about how you stepped away from racing for a while and then c…
 
Today on the podcast Iv decided to go a little bit of a different direction and talk with someone that has no background in mountain biking but has an amazing outlook on life. This will still be a mountain bike focused podcast but I’d also like to branch out to other people outside of the industry that I really enjoy talking with. Ethan Stothers is…
 
Today on the podcast I sit down with a guy that’s been racing in Australia for close to two decades now and still seems to have the same love for it as he did when he started. Tim Eaton started off his racing career in downhill and moved himself to the pointy end of racing very quick and stayed there for years but now he has moved himself over to t…
 
On this episode of the podcast I set down with a close friend Jai Motherwell. We discussed racing together as juniors and how we’ve gone down different paths but still stayed in the same industry. Jai has been building trails all over Australia for several years now and is about to head over to New Zealand to keep the dream alive. We also go over t…
 
This episode‘s guest is a good friend of 4STRIPES, who just so happens to be one of the most accomplished and decorated jiu-jitsu athletes of all time. Lucas Lepri is a 9-time black belt World Champion who has won almost every major jiu-jitsu tournament in the world, and is broadly considered the greatest lightweight competitor of his era. To list …
 
According to Cole Sirucek, you'll fall in love with jiu jitsu if you’re passionate about improving yourself. And you will most certainly will fall in love with Cole for his determination to change the world, and his pearls of wisdom on health, marriage, parenting and business. Cole and his wife created DocDoc, a health-tech startup, after their inf…
 
David Jacquier is the co-founder of Joint Dynamics Hong Kong. An investment banker turned health and fitness practitioner, David Jacquier brought a personalized conditioning center for all those in Hong Kong who want to train and do it right. Joint Dynamics is Hong Kong's first multidisciplinary studio combining physiotherapy, massage therapy and p…
 
Today I sit down with two of the most stylish riders to grace a mountain bike.Kade Edwards and Kaos Seagrave have been gaining a lot of momentum through doing other non racing events such as whip off world champs and fest series.From starting off as full blown racers and building a name from there they are now seeing the impact and exposure they ca…
 
Viking Wong puts Hong Kong on the map in International jiu-jitsu competitions. His dream is to make the sport as accessible as possible. Viking is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) black belt and an active competitor on the international competition circuit with notable matches against world champions with his aggressive submission style. Before becoming…
 
Rodrigo Medeiros is a 5th degree Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt and was part of the famous Carlson Gracie Academy team in the 1980s and 1990s. With $800 in his pocket, that was enough for him to start a revolution when he came to the US from Brazil. That was BJJ Revolution, the franchise that today counts 57 locations around the world. In 2012, Rod…
 
On this episode of the podcast I sit down with two very close friends of mine.One being a former teammate of mine in 2017 and 2018 on intense factory racing and the other being at the forefront of coaching for a number of top World Cup racers.Charlie Harrison and Chris Kilmurray have slowly being working the ins and outs of World Cup racing and sin…
 
Transitioning from sous-chef to head chef is not dissimilar to one's jiu-jitsu journey. Our guest, Vietnamese Chef Que shares his recipe: first, master the fundamentals, but then create your own style. In your restaurant kitchen and in your game. Born in Vietnam, but having moved to New York City as a child, Chef Que grew up in an immigrant family …
 
Having oxygen drained from your brain in a choke is only one of the ‘worst case scenarious’ for a grappler. Drawing parallels between business and jiu-jitsu, entrepreneur Alex Lin, shares how inviting such challenges into your life strengthens you spiritually and prepares you for disruption.By 4STRIPES / Alex Lin / Voon Lee
 
On this episode of the podcast I sit down with a good friend of mine that’s also the fastest guy to come out of Scotland in a long time.Greg Williamson has been at the pointy end of World Cup racing for years now and has gone through a lot of ups and downs over the years.From being a factory rider to becoming his own team manager and setting up his…
 
On this episode of the podcast I sit down with two of the most well know and charismatic mechanics on the world cup circuit.They are both lucky enough to be able to wrench at a world cup level and call it a full time job.Former team members and now good friends John Hall and Aaron Pelttari along with their riders Aaron Gwin and Troy Brosnan have ra…
 
On this episode of the podcast I sit down with one of the biggest characters on the World Cup and EWS series and a close friend of mine.New Zealand’s Eddie Master might have started off is racing career in the shadow of his big brother Wyn but has certainly change that now with his own laid back approach to racing which has seen him on EWS podiums …
 
Brook McDonald and Laurie Greenland are both at the pointy end of World Cup racing with 5th and 6th placings in last years World Cup overall.I sit down with them in the next episode of AN OFF TRACK EXPERIENCE and go over the ups and downs or being a top level racer, being reunited as team mates again, what races they’re really looking forward to an…
 
Sven Martin and Mad Dog Boris and two of the most well know and influential photographers on the World cup circut.They have both been traveling the world together shooting mountain bike events for the last 8 years and still seem to have the same love for it as when they started.I sit down with them ans talk about their journey up until this point.…
 
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