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Podcast #18: Tales of Embracing the Adventure and Drunk Veterinarians, with Ryan Steers


Pro dad, cyclist, adventurer and wine nerd are all fine labels according to Ryan Steers. If you’re ridden with him the phrase “full gas” might also come to mind, for a guy the Belgian Waffle Ride called an “underground SoCal heavy hitter.” We corralled Ryan to hear about his days of shredding single-track and south of the border gravel adventures…

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Postcast #17: Kona Group Therapy–Examining our Motivations for Sporting Endeavors

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Even though our significant others may accuse us of acting childish, let’s face it: we’re not getting any younger. At a time when our age-related contemporaries are contemplating Barcaloungers and big screen TVs, we’re eyeing expensive sporting equipment, and figuring how to get approval to do an event in some far-flung locale. In the final installment of our Kona conversations…

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Podcast #16: The Offseason Episode with Lucas Euser & Coach Jesse Moore

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Endurance coach Jesse Moore and former world tour rider Lucas Euser joined us at our oceanfront headquarters for the IRONMAN World Championships in Kona to talk about the offseason, and importance of shutting it down for a while. So sit back, relax, and stay relaxed for a week or two.

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Podcast #15: Talking IRONMAN, Gravel and More with Matt Lieto

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We couldn’t resist the distinctive style game of Matt Lieto so we conceived a podcast with the former pro triathlete, current IRONMAN commentator, bike racer and gravel grinder.The conversation covers predictions for World Championships Saturday, being on course when his brother Chris nearly won the race, his experience at Dirty Kanza 200 and plans for new Oregon Trail Gravel Stage…

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Podcast #13: Drums, Bikes and MySpace–Meet Saint Motel’s Greg Erwin

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A chat with Greg Erwin, drummer for indie band Saint Motel. We touch on everything from MySpace to riding bikes on tour. On iTunes: https://goo.gl/bmviMu Greg on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gregerwinphoto/ The Saint Motel Cycling Team on Strava: https://www.strava.com/clubs/315365

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Podcast #12: Meet the Mr. Miyagi of Nor Cal’s Grasshopper Adventure Series

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20 odd years ago Miguel Crawford began pinning Forest Service maps to his wall and plotting meandering routes through the hidden backroads Northern California’s rugged coastal range. He soon coerced enough buddies and willing souls to embark on ride-whatcha-got outings, and well before anyone uttered ‘gravel bike’ or ‘groad’, the Grasshopper Adventure Series was born. The series kicks off in…

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Podcast #11: Inside The Mind of Crusher in the Tushar Promoter Burke Swindlehurst

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This Saturday 600 riders will roll out from Beaver, Utah, and head deep into the Tushar Mountains for the eighth edition of the Crusher In The Tushar. The event began as something promoter Burke Swindlehurst initially wasn’t sure would pique the interest of anyone, yet has gone on to cement itself as a cornerstone of the cycling calendar, featuring participants…

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Podcast #10: We Have Questions About CBD, Ph.D. neuroscientist Josh Kaplan Has Answers

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Is CBD about to have a moment? This month the legalization of hemp has been riding along with Farm Bill legislation, while for 2018 WADA removed hemp-based CBD from the banned list, making it a viable option for athletes seeking relief from pain along with a number of other potential uses. Yet it’s not the cure-all that some make it…

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