30: GDT400 Wrap Up - Field interviews and post-race thoughts
Play • 45 min
A slightly different episode this week. The first half is short chats with riders on course of the GDT400, then followed up by 3 slightly longer interviews with riders after they've had a chance for their legs to recover and gather their thoughts on the route.
King of the Ride
King of the Ride
Ted King
Episode 69: Winter Riding -- Tips and Tricks from Laura and Ted King
Your Guide for a Great Winter Ride! This is a special one, welcome to King of the Ride podcast. Here we have return guest/sometimes-co-host Laura King and Ted talk about how to optimize your cold weather riding. You asked, we answered. After more than 1000 questions came pouring in, Laura and I summarized them and answer them today in this podcast. Here in Vermont, where the sun rises at lunchtime and sets a few minutes later, we need to make the most of our riding window and that takes lots of hardware, software, and just the right equipment. Here are some products mentioned in this podcast: Velocio is the only clothing we use. From stifling hot to frigid cold, there is NO better clothing out there. Alternating piping hot Ginger Mapleaid and Lemon Tea Mapleaid from UnTapped in a vacuum bottle is a definite. Bar Mitts are our dropbar bike hand covering of choice, now with Extreme Cold models. 45NRTH is our go-to for winter riding boots. Their Ragnarok are good MTB shoes for the slush and their Wolfgar are great in the deep frozen tundra. We also use their Cobrafist for arctic riding on a flat bar bike. Planet Bike SpeedEZ are the fenders currently on my bike. SKS Xtra Dry fender is currently on Laura's bike. Rene Herse Hurricane Ridge tires when I need some tread. Otherwise their Barlow Pass or Snoqualmie Pass are totally fine -- wide and supple. 45NRTH Dillinger 5 are 5" studded tires for fat biking. More questions? Send them to @iamtedking or @lauracameronking.
1 hr 31 min
The SnowBrains Podcast
The SnowBrains Podcast
Randall Osterhuber - Winter Survival Instructor, Search & Rescue Badass, Snow Scientist, Avalanche Forecaster, Mountain Guide
Randall Osterhuber - Winter Survival Instructor, Search & Rescue Badass, Snow Scientist, Avalanche Forecaster, Mountain Guide - | Brought to you by Alta Ski Area “He was almost naked…He had very little clothes on… Frozen to the snow surface… Right when we skied up I thought for sure this guy was dead, but he had a pulse, he had slight respiration… So we assemble the sled, this is all up in this raging wind and snowstorm. Got a couple of sleeping bags inside each other inside a bevy sack, and we grabbed this guy, peeled him off the snow.. and went high speed back towards I-80 where a Truckee fire ambulance was waiting… The ER physician invited us into the trauma room to help with the rewarming. He had a core temperature of 79 faranheit when he was admitted to the hospital, and he was slowly warmed up, he went kinda backward through the whole hypothermia thing. His temperature hit the low 90s he started shivering…spent one night in the hospital, was discharged the next day, no frostbite, no organ damage. He walked away! Amazing.” - Randall Osterhuber Randall Osterhuber is ridiculously well certified and qualified to do just about anything in the mountains and his accolades are too extensive to list them all here so I'm just gonna go with the highlights. Randall has been a search & rescue leader for Tahoe Nordic Search & Rescue for 39 years. He has a degree in Physics and Mathematics from the University of Nevada, Reno, and a masters in Hydrology & Fluvial Geomorphology from UC Berkeley. He's been an avalanche forecaster for Washoe County, Nevada for the past 22 years. He was the lead scientist at the UC Berkeley Central Sierra Snow Lab for 24 years. He's been the owner and lead guide of Donner Summit Avalanche Seminars for the past 24 years. He's a Snow Safety Consultant to CalTrans, Liberty Utilities, Vail Resorts, & the North Tahoe Fire Protection District for the past 16 years. He's been a Technical Advisor to Sierra Avalanche Center for the past 15 years. He's been ski mountaineering all over the world for the past 40 years. He's even a winter survival instructor. Randall is the author of more than 50 technical papers on snow, snow hydrology, snow-zone climatology, and snow avalanche dynamics. Basically, no one has seen more in the mountains than Randall and his stories from search and rescue in the depths of winter are simply astonishing. In this episode, Randall & Miles discuss the best stories from Randall's illustrious search & rescue career, avalanche airbag backpacks, the best ways to stay out of avalanches, what's actually happening with climate change, what he's seen as a snow scientists the past 25-years, how we could improve avalanche beacons, and much much more. Randall Osterhuber answers these nerdy questions: * Can you share a story from your experience as a search and rescue leader? A story that stands out from the rest? * What was your most challenging rescue? * Is it OK to backcountry ski solo? * What's the best way to stay out of avalanches? * What's the #1 tool available to backcountry skiers & riders in avalanche terrain? * What's your opinion on the effectiveness of avalanche airbag backpacks? Should we all be wearing one? * Is Donner Summit, CA one of the snowiest places on Earth that we know of? * What did you learn working at the Snow Lab on Donner Summit for 24 years? * What evidence of climate change have you seen in your lifetime? Personally and on a data level? * What climate trends are you seeing? * What's your prediction for the future of our climate? * What do you think has to happen to see real progress in the fight against climate change? * If you could work on any scientific study about snow, what would you work on? What would be your fantasy study? * Could ground-penetrating radar could both find a buried human and potentially be used to analyze the snowpack using spatial variability? * Many more... Please enjoy! *** This episode is brought to you by Alta Ski Area - home of the deepest average annual snowfall in the Rocky Mountains. *** If you enjoyed this podcast, please share with friends & family, and please subscribe. Follow SnowBrains: SnowBrains.com Facebook: facebook.com/snowbrains Instagram: instagram.com/snowbrains Twitter: twitter.com/snowbrains The SnowBrains Podcast Episode #12 - Randall Osterhuber - Winter Survival Instructor, Search & Rescue Badass, Snow Scientist, Avalanche Forecaster, Mountain Guide Recorded on December 10, 2020, in Jackson Hole, WY (Miles Clark) and Truckee, CA (Randall Osterhuber). This episode was edited by Robert Wilkinson.  Music by Chad Crouch. Host, producer, and creator = Miles Clark.
1 hr 24 min
MTB Podcast
MTB Podcast
Worldwide Cyclery
Supporting Kids On Bikes, New MTB Products, & Crazy Weight Weenie Mods...MTB Podcast Episode 78
2:39 Black Friday/NICA Fundraiser 7:04 MTB Tech Stuff 8:20 Steerer Tube Sizes 10:29 Fork Travel 12:54 Correct Wheel Size 14:34 Fork Offset 17:29 Compatible Axle Types 20:42 Fork Brake Mounts 22:12 How Much Should You Spend? 24:13 Air vs Coil Forks 24:57 Upcoming Videos 28:17 Wet Weather/Cold Riding Tips 33:17 New Products 40:58 Jeff’s New Bike 47:09 Audience Questions 1:00:03 Liam’s New “Secret” Bike Today on the MTB Podcast, Jeff, Jared, and Liam are in the building talking all things mountain bikes. Most notably, our Black Friday and NICA promo. From the time this episode launches to Monday the 30th, $5 from every product sold will be going to NICA. Gift cards are also 10% off & include a $5 donation to NICA. The guys also review a few cold-weather MTB riding tips, discuss new products from PNW, OneUp, Title, and ENVE, as well as go over our upcoming YouTube videos. Last but not least, Jeff's brand new Revel Ranger custom build and specifically, how Liam actually cut up his fancy gold SRAM XX1 Eagle cassette. Yes, you read that right. All of this and more in episode 78 of the MTB Podcast. Enjoy! Check out our NICA/Black Friday video: https://youtu.be/CQDWmYsYDjA NICA (National Interscholastic Cycling Association): https://www.nationalmtb.org/ Watch our video on how to upgrade your fork: https://youtu.be/mkSKadeSKTc Our YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/channel/UCxZoC1sIG-vVtLsJDSbeYyw Submit any and all questions to podcast@worldwidecyclery.com
1 hr 3 min
The Pedalshift Project: Bicycle Touring Podcast
The Pedalshift Project: Bicycle Touring Podcast
Tim Mooney
230: Scouting a New Bike Touring Route
A new year, a new bike route! On this episode, we hit the road and scout out a new bike touring route to see if it looks as good in person and it does on the screen. Scouting a new bike touring route * Part of the route mentioned in Pedalshift 228 * US Highway 11 and US Highway 30 * Apologies for the rough audio in parts of this! Pedalshift Society As always we like to close out the show with a special shoutout to the Pedalshift Society! Because of support from listeners like you, Pedalshift is a weekly bicycle touring podcast with a global community, expanding into live shows and covering new tours like this spring's DC to Cincinnatti bike tour! If you like what you hear, you can support the show for 5 bucks, 2 bucks or even a buck a month. And there's one-shot and annual options if you're not into the small monthly thing. Check it all out at pedalshift.net/society. Kimberly Wilson Caleb Jenkinson Cameron Lien Andrew MacGregor Michael Hart Keith Nagel Brock Dittus Thomas Skadow Marco Lo Terrance Manson Harry Telgadas Chris Barron Mark Van Raam Brad Hipwell Mr. T Nathan Poulton Stephen Dickerson Vince LoGreco Cody Floerchinger Tom Benenati Greg Braithwaite Sandy Pizzio Jeff Muster Seth Pollack Joseph Quinn Drue Porter Byron Paterson Joachim Raber Ray Jackson Jeff Frey Kenny Mikey Lisa Hart John Denkler Steve Hankel Miguel Quinones Alejandro Avilés-Reyes Keith Spangler Greg Towner Dan Gebhart, RIP Jody Dzuranin Lucas Barwick Michael Baker Brian Bechtol Reinhart Bigl Greg Middlemis Connie Moore William Gothmann Brian Benton Joan Churchill Mike Bender Rick Weinberg Billy Crafton Gary Matushak Greg L’Etoile-Lopes James Sloan Jonathan Dillard John Funk Tom Bilcze Ronald Piroli Dave Roll Brian Hafner Misha LeBlanc Ari Messinger David Gratke Todd Groesbeck Wally Estrella Sue Reinert John Leko Stephen Granata Phillip Mueller Robert Lackey Dominic Carol Jacqi McCulloch John Hickman Carl Presseault David Neves Patty Louise Terry Fitzgerald Peter Steinmetz Timothy Fitzpatrick Michael Liszewski Hank O’Donnell David Zanoni David Weil Matthew Sponseller Scott Angelo
31 min
Successful Athletes Podcast - Presented by TrainerRoad
Successful Athletes Podcast - Presented by TrainerRoad
+4.0w/kg with World Championship Competitor Jessica Kuepfer – Successful Athletes Podcast 35
Jessica Kuepfer is an accomplished multisport athlete that has used TrainerRoad to get faster for everything from criteriums to IRONMAN and Adventure Racing. Find out how Jessica trains for each of these disciplines, how she balances the training with her demanding career as a Communications Director for a national corporation, and what she does to improve in this episode of the Successful Athletes Podcast. * Continue the discussion on the TrainerRoad Forum: https://www.TrainerRoad.com/forum * Be a guest on the Successful Athletes Podcast: https://bit.ly/3ndvWjT ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ABOUT TRAINERROAD — CYCLING’S MOST EFFECTIVE TRAINING SYSTEM TrainerRoad makes cyclists faster. Athletes get structured indoor workouts, science-backed training plans, and easy-to-use performance analysis tools to reach their goals * Build Your Custom Plan: https://bit.ly/3py8Yob * Train Together with Group Workouts: https://bit.ly/3aRSOlB * Get Started: https://bit.ly/34OL1RD ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ATHLETE INTERVIEWS THAT MAKE YOU FASTER The Successful Athletes Podcast dissects the preparation and execution of outstanding performances by TrainerRoad athletes. From world record performances to personal records and life changing health improvements, get an inside look at what it takes to get faster. * Subscribe to the Successful Athletes Podcast on iTunes: https://apple.co/2X0KEj2 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- TOPICS COVERED IN THIS EPISODE: * Jessica’s work and training schedule • How Jessica got started with endurance sports • How she balances bike, run and swim training • What Jessica has learned from each discipline of endurance sports • How adventure racing makes Jessica a better triathlete • How Jessica used TrainerRoad to raise her FTP by over 60 watts • What Jessica isn’t good at in the training process and how she is improving • What nutrition principles does Jessica follow • How Jessica improves her recovery • What Jessica has learned about making the sport more inclusive • What are Jessica’s proudest accomplishments ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FOLLOW TRAINERROAD * Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TrainerRd * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/trainerroad/ * Twitter: https://twitter.com/TrainerRoad • Strava Club: https://www.strava.com/clubs/trainerroad
51 min
Bikes or Death Podcast
Bikes or Death Podcast
Patrick Farnsworth
Ep. 62 - Kait boyle, FKT on the kokopelli
On the morning of Christmas Eve 2018 Kait Boyle was at the height of her ultra endurance racing career, having won the 24 hour World Championship in 2018 and set a new record on the AZT 300. Her life would take an unexpected turn later that day when she was involved in a horrific vehicular accident that left her with a long list of injuries and a long path to recovery. Like many of you, I watch her social media feed for months as she dedicated herself to rehabilitation and ultimately back to fitness. * * * Almost a 2 years, and a pandemic later, she finally found herself at the top podium again. This time in the form of an FKT on the Kokopelli Trail. On Nov. 6th, 2020 Lael Wilcox, Kurt Refsnider, and Kait all met in Moab at the start line of the Kokopelli, each of them on ITT's with FKT's on the mind. Kait was able to finish with a time of 13 hrs, 7 mins, which was good enough to beat the long standing time set by Rebecca Rush by 25 minutes. In doing so, she answered 2 years of questions and uncertainty. She was equally rewarded for her hard work, perseverance, and PATIENCE. As a personal fan, I remember cringing seeing the gruesome pics from her crash and injuries. It was hard to watch, I can't imagine how hard it was to live. * * Pictures courtesy of Rugile Kaladyte In addition to her accomplishments on the bike she is also the Co-Founder of Bikepacking Roots, which supports and advances bikepacking, the growth of a diverse bikepacking community, and access to and the conservation of the landscapes and public lands through which we ride. Her contributions on and off the bike are both impressive and valuable to this community that we all love. It was great to share in this milestone with her and hear about her journey over the past couple of years. Kait, congrats on the FKT, and we look forward to rooting for you in future races. You can learn more about Kait on her website or follow her on social media. Episode Sponsors (check them out as a way to thank them for supporting this podcast) ~ GOODR Sunglasses ~ KUAT Racks Did you know? 1% of all store sales go to the Bikepacking Roots BIPOC Adventure Grant Program
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