Being the bike mechanic for a World MTB Champion requires deep focus and dedication. In this episode, Brad Copeland, shares the story of how he progressed from a shop wrench to a traveling technician with the fastest XC team on the planet.
In this episode we discuss the latest on mountain bike racing, athletes, tourism, brands, and of course everyday trail riders.
In this episode, Paul shares the #1 skill mountain bikers actually need to work on, mountain bike skills myths, how mountain bike skills and fitness are related, and whether watching videos online can be a substitute for in-person skills coaching.
We talk about how SBTS trail work is impacting the local economy. Founder Greg Williams shares some of the strategies the group has used to bring various trail user groups together that are applicable in other communities facing similar challenges.
Chris Cocalis is the founder and president of Pivot Cycles based in Tempe, Arizona. Pivot is known for creating cutting-edge, high performance mountain bikes and also for sponsoring many talented athletes over the years while giving back to the community.
Maurice Tierney, co-founder of Dirt Rag magazine, talks about how mountain bike gear and culture has evolved over the past three decades, and his recent decision to cease operations at the iconic publication.
In this wide-ranging interview, Kate Courtney talks about getting started in MTB, technical skills work, Coronavirus, Red Bull sponsorship, the move to Scott bikes, getting young women on mountain bikes, and much more.
Chris shares how Niner got its start, weighs in on the mountain bike wheel size debate, and talks about the latest from the brand.
Oskar Blues is known primarily as a beer company, but the brand also has a big toe in the mountain bike world with the Reeb bike brand based in Lyons, Colorado.