Dr. Jonathan Hersch talks about hip impingement; Peter and Tracy Flucke are 500 miles into their 7,000 mile 2019 tandem journey; and, Dr. Evan Friss, professor of history at James Madison University, talks about his new book, On Cycles.
Fellow podcaster Elden Nelson talks about his new program Leadville 100; author Joe Mungo Reed and I review his smashing new novel We Begin the Ascent; and an encore presentation of a 2010 interview with SRAM's F.K. Day.
Olympian and Champion Mara Abbott talks about what it takes to be an elite athlete; Karen Empie and the Great Big FANY Ride; and Part II of our series on orthopedic sports issues with Dr. Jonathan Hersch
Coach and author Hunter Allen talks about his new Power Meter Training Book. Ethobotanist Susanne Masters gives us a primer on tulips, Rembrandt, and distilling gin. Then it's the Great Finger Lakes Bike Tour overview.
Dan Wuori talks with me about the Spring Classics and what to watch for as the European racing season unfolds. Retired pro and women's advocate Inga Thompson and I unveil her new Foundation and talk about how women are faring in our sport. Dr. Jonathan Hersch, orthopedic sports specialist talk with me about broken clavicles in the first of a 4-part series.
American Professional cyclist Katie Hall talks about her ideas on racing and winning! Steven Rittey from Freewheel Cyclign Holidays explains the company philosophy and talks about some of the great adventures on tap for 2019.
Journalist Joe Lindsey talks about MIPS vs. Bontrager's new WaveCel helmets and the controversy surrounding them. Larry Pizzi gives us a run down on eBikes. Professional Bike Fitter Happy Freedman talks about his work.
Don Walker talks about this year's North American Handmade Bike Show. Kyle Bryant tell us about Friedrich's Ataxia and his new book Shifting Into High Gear. Brad Sauber founder and director of RAID Cycling Tours