Tommy, Kyle and Tyler interview Lyndsay Stiles. She is known for her participation in long distance XC races, being the owner/creater of Monkey Loob, running group rides at Reggie's bike shop in Toledo OH, and, lastly but definitely not least, roller derby.
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1:28:59Tommy and Tyler chat with Susie Murphy, the Executive Director of San Diego Mountain Biking Association. We talk about her involvement in this association and CAMTB, California Mountain Biking Coalition, the state of San Diego and California’s trail advocacy, eBikes, her racing career and why she rides. Trail News Podcast: https://www.sdmba.com/trail_news_podcast.php San Diego Mountain Biking Association: https://www.sdmba.com California Mountain Biking Coalition: https://camtb.org
1:37:26Tommy, Kyle and Tyler interview Lyndsay Stiles. She is known for her participation in long distance XC races, being the owner/creater of Monkey Loob, running group rides at Reggie's bike shop in Toledo OH, and, lastly but definitely not least, roller derby. monkeyloob.com reggiesbikes.com IG: @monkeyloob FB: @lynzstiles
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1:22:31Tommy, Kyle and Tyler sit down with Jimmy Christensen of the YouTube channel MTB Travel Review. We talk about everything from the start of the YouTube channel, why he created it and most importantly why he rides. We have a real heart to heart on this one. You won't want to miss it! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mtbtravelreview/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MTBTravelReview Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/MTBTravelReview https://bootleggerbikes.com
1:28:22Tommy, Kyle and Tyler sit down with Willem Cooper. We talk about everything from the early days of his love for mountain biking to present day endeavors. He is the owner of Cycle Craft Fitness, where he teaches sport specific fitness and coaches mountain biking. This coaching also includes the Cycle Craft Fitness Youth Development Team. One of his passion projects is dirtlab, which is a mountain bike frame company. There is so much to learn from him because of all the experience that he has with riding downhill and enduro at such a high level over the years. We also touch on topics such as bike set up, injuries and safety. https://dirtlab-usa.com https://cyclecraftfitness.com Instagram: @willemcooper @cyclecraftfitness @ccf_devo @dirtlab.usa Tips and Inspirational Youtube Videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OBhb2CX63uc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=or0PwnQby_0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gL4JNwjaCMk
1:21:44Don is the executive director of The Right Direction Youth Development Program, a non profit out of Bowling Green, Ohio that focuses on teaching life skills to kids through action sports. Some how he finds time to be the store manager of Spoke Life Cycles as well. He has been riding bikes for 40+ years. In 1995, he was ranked 3rd in pro trials riding and was selected to participate in the 1996 Olympics opening and closing ceremonies as well as an exhibition event. This doesn't even scratch the surface of everything he has accomplished. In this episode, Don tells all. The Right Direction therightdirection.org Instagram: @the_right_direction Facebook: The Right Direction Youth Developement Program Twitter: @TRD_YouthDevo Youtube: Matt Bowley Spoke Life Cycles spokelifecycles.com Instagram: @SpokeLifeCycles Facebook: Spoke Life Cycles Twitter: @SpokeLife BIKEtoberFest 2021 3520 Waterville Swanton Rd, Swanton, OH 43558 Sunday, September 26, 2021 at 10am CST Facebook Event Page
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1:10:49Tommy, Kyle and Tyler interview Josh of the YouTube Channel Chicken Sendies. We get down to basics and find out what, where and why Josh has been riding. Link to Chicken Sendies: https://youtube.com/channel/UCS5KJGSaebLyRR8RJWDXg1w Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1591444787724705/ Music: Tyler Begrow
1:04:04Steve Cobble, the current NEMBA of SE Mass President, sits down with Tommy, Kyle, Maya and Tyler for an interview. Steve has been in his role for about 14-15 years. In those years and beyond, he has shown great humility to those around him, been an ally in trail advocacy, and a great love for the sport. He is someone we can all look up to as mountain biking continues to grow. Tommy and Steve are both going to The Flow State Mountain Bike Festival in Vermont. If you would like more information please see the following link: https://flowstatemtbfestival.com Music Credit: Intro - Tyler Begrow "Nomad" Outro - Iggy Pop "Lust for Life"