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#134: Taiwan, 'crosser lives her best life

11/15/2018
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Patrick is back from his trip to Taiwan. While there he attended a trade show, rode a few ebikes, did a bike tour down the eastern coast of Taiwan and then visited a series of factories. He even managed to squeeze in a group ride. Before the jetlag sets in...

Duration:00:52:28

Tandem #10: Veteran Sarah Lee

11/8/2018
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Veteran Sarah Lee says she faced a choice. Figure out how to reconnect with her nation following her military service … or kill herself. Fortunately for her, and her many compatriots and fellow vets, she found a way to reconnect with her nation. She decided to ride coast to coast...

Duration:01:42:25

Tandem #09: Shannon Bufton and Everesting Everest

11/1/2018
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How hard would it be to climb the height of Mount Everest in a single ride? That is, riding until you climbed 29,029 feet. So what about Everesting on Mount Everest? If there’s a more difficult way to tackle that feat, it hasn’t occurred to us. Selene interviewed Shannon Bufton...

Duration:00:52:42

#133: dressing for the cold, Taiwan

10/26/2018
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Let’s talk about dressing for cold weather riding. How important is humidity in how you dress? Should 45 degree weather result in the same kit selection regardless of where you live? Maybe not. Selene digs into this with a funny story about some recent transplants who are struggling to adjust....

Duration:00:45:03

#132: What should a gravel event be and how does one become more rad?

10/18/2018
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So just what is gravel? What should a gravel ride be? Should it include singletrack? Should there be creek crossings? What is reasonable for a person to expect when they sign up for an event and just what should a promoter be obligated to communicate to attendees? Selene has events...

Duration:00:47:40

#131: EF Education First-Drapac, Marathon World Record and Zone 2 training

10/11/2018
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For pro teams, finding sponsors and keeping said sponsors happy is more difficult than ever before. This week Selene takes a look at the new strategy from EF Education First-Drapac-Rapha. They have announced that they will be taking on some events that aren’t part of the World Tour, which means we...

Duration:00:40:44

#130: Sarah Lee's cross country ride, dealing with off-the-bike depression

10/4/2018
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Have you ever ridden across the country? It is one of those things that many of us have considered, and most of us haven’t found either the time or the motivation to do it. Selene encountered a vet named Sarah Lee who rode from the East Coast to the Golden...

Duration:00:40:32

#129: Everesting Everest, Interbike

9/27/2018
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Everesting. It’s a thing now, as we say. And Selene is a bit obsessed with the idea of doing one. Then she ran across a group that went to Everest Everest. How meta. How quintessential. How unbeatable. Image: Matthias Magg Patrick is back from Interbike and is afraid grandma might...

Duration:00:49:41

#128: Motivation to ride, Interbike

9/13/2018
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Selene has a dilemma. She lives in a town with amazing riding culture and plenty of people to ride with. However. (There’s always a however, isn’t there?) Her favorite riding buddy is injured. He injured his ankle and is off the bike. And now she’s discovered that she, like so...

Duration:00:42:47

#127: 'Cross is here, and periodization without a goal

9/6/2018
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Forget ‘cross is coming. ‘Cross is here. Last weekend, Labor Day Weekend for crying out loud, the first big race of the season was held in Delaware—Granogue. And yet, it was hotter than than the seat in a Congressional hearing. Considering cyclocross was invented as a winter sport to keep...

Duration:00:47:25

Tandem #08: Chef Hannah Grant

8/30/2018
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Selene is away at Rebecca’s Private Idaho, competing in the event’s new stage race that runs from August 30 to September 2. So rather than our usual show, we’re taking the opportunity to give you the full interview that she recorded with Hanna Grant, chef and author of Eat. Race...

Duration:00:53:23

#126: the perfect home, heartrate as a useful tool

8/23/2018
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How neat a home do you keep? Do you do it all—cook, clean, ride 12 hours a week and write poetry before bed? As it turns out, we don’t either. This week Selene takes on the notion of doing it all, of having the clean house, the home repairs repaired,...

Duration:00:37:15

#125: Author Hannah Grant, the Mendo Hopper

8/16/2018
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How do you eat? This isn’t a question about whether or not you chew, but what do you fuel with? Selene talked to Hannah Grant, the author of Eat. Race. Win. a book all about fueling for cyclists, and for that matter, endurance athletes. We excerpt a piece of her...

Duration:00:48:32

#124: Passing pedestrians, the Copper Triangle and choosing the right event

8/9/2018
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Selene has a dilemma: Some people don’t much like cyclists. What to do? You’re riding on a bike path where pedestrians and cyclists need to coexist, hopefully peacefully, but you need to pass. Do you ring a bell? Do you call, “On your left”? Do you fly by them at...

Duration:00:45:37

#123: Crashing, CrossFit Games

8/2/2018
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Our man Patrick fell down this past weekend while on a mountain bike ride. Slid out and has the road rash souvenir. As crashes go, it’s a minor one, but it has encouraged a bit of reflection. How should one consider the consequences of crashing? And how should consideration of...

Duration:00:50:31

#122: Optimal hours of training, going for a ride with someone

7/26/2018
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This week Selene poses an interesting question: How much riding do you need each week to be healthy both mentally and physically? Researchers at the University of Sydney published a study tracking 1500 healthy adults over the age of 49 for 10 years to find out what the optimal amount...

Duration:00:49:51

#121: Tour de France, podium girls, doping, Red Kite Ronde et Vous

7/19/2018
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This week we take a look at the women and racing. There are some high points worth celebrating—Trek has created a new women’s pro team—and a whole lot of low lights, like podium girls. Selene and Patrick take a look at some of the criticisms of women’s racing as well...

Duration:00:48:29

#120: Tour de France watching, trade war and tariffs on the bike

7/12/2018
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Selene has a dilemma. She’s watching the Tour de France. And enjoying it. She’s concerned that maybe she shouldn’t be enjoying it or that she should be more concerned about the doping or how awfully the UCI is running the sport. It seems a guilty pleasure and she’s not sure...

Duration:00:42:39

#119: dealing with the heat and author Daniel de Vise

7/5/2018
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It’s summer, irrevocably so. Unless you live in Honduras, you may be struggling to deal with the heat. For all the talk that cycling is the perfect thing to do on a summer day, it is, as we say, easier said than done. Selene discusses how she can do well...

Duration:00:43:46

#118: CrankTank, Hunter Allen, Cycligent Physical eSports, The Comeback, Topical Edge

6/29/2018
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Patrick is just back from several days in Ketchum, Idaho, where he attended a new media event called CrankTank. There were presentations by a number of exhibitors on everything from socks to ebikes. He details a few of the items that caught his fancy while there. You’ve probably heard of...

Duration:00:57:48