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Mountain Biking is our passion. we love everything that has to do with bikes. We talk about trails, how to buy a bike, and much more. Join us each week as we discover the world of MTB Cover art photo provided by Paweł Czerwiński on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@pawel_czerwinski
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This UK Podcast, from MountainBikesApart.com, covers mountain biking in all it's forms. We talk biking trails and travel, for when you want to get out on your steed. We cover mountain bikes, biking kit and bike maintenance, for all your buying needs. And we chat about the races we're entering, race training, skills and general bike fitness. If you want a monthly dose of mountain biking talk, have a listen.
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Welcome to the MTB TRIBE Podcast, aimed at you- the mountain biker. If you are a beginner or advanced rider, male or female, racer, cruiser or just like the lifestyle, then the MTB TRIBE Podcast is for you. Our aim is to talk to the best people in the industry and to delve into their minds in order to provide you with a unique take on the world of mountain biking. We’ll be bringing you fresh insights into the industry by examining the sport literally from the ground up- from the trails and t ...
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Unless you’ve met him at a race or listened to him on another podcast, you may not have heard of Mark Fitzsimmons, or Fitzy as he’s known to friends. He’s one of the unsung heroes of the mountain bike world. Fitzy is famous to a certain sort of person though: World Cup racers. He’s helped riders like Greg Minnaar, Aaron Gwin and Steve Peat go even …
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We speak to Matt from @runandrideuk about the trials and tribulations of event planning alongside running a shop. Matt was also instrumental in planning the UK MTB Commonwealth games track and organisation. Check out the video version on YouTube/WilderfitBởi Wilderfit
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We speak to the guys from 2wheelsonly.co.uk about their riding, their pals who mechanic for Jackson Goldstone, what goes on behind the scenes in the bike industry and more. With some usual curious questions from Cooper as well as a user lead Q&A. Check out the video version on YouTube/WilderfitBởi Wilderfit
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Starting off with some MTB news. We then kick off the first episode with our origin story, just a taster of some of the events that lead up to this moment. Including police helicopter chases, explosions, EMP devices and crashing into a hearse. A prologue leading into what's to come. Check out the video version on YouTube/Wilderfit…
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On episode #218 We are chatting to Markus Stitz about the release of his new book called Great British Gravel Rides, founding Bikepacking Scotland, competing in the Silk Road Mountain Race and the Highland Trail 550, plus lots lots more. Markus has travelled the world on two wheels and has documented much of it on his way. We chat about his upbring…
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On episode #217 we chat to Daz about his experiences racing through the years across many different disciplines, how he fell into the bike scene, spent a small fortune on bikes, got sponsored by Yeti, raced against the likes of Steve Peat and Rob Warner, was on the cover of bike mags and how he eventually burned out. All this plus much more! Thanks…
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In episode #216 we are chatting with James Anderson about growing up with monoplegia, how this affected his childhood, how he got into riding bikes, why he never told anybody outside of his family and close friends about his condition and how through grit, determination and willpower (lets not forget skill level) he is racing at world cup level, is…
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In episode #215 I am chatting with bike traveller, photographer and author Ed Shoote about his new Scottish gravel guide book called Gravel Rides Scotland. The book comprises 28 of the best gravel rides Scotland has to offer with routes ranging form 31 to 128 kilometres in length, with great maps, trail statistics, photos and even a very useful gra…
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On episode #214 in partnership with MountainbikeNI On ’Yer Bike Campaign it is my pleasure to welcome Adam Lowry, founder and co-owner of Basecamp Adventures on the podcast. Adam and his partners started Campbase Adventures in 2021 and have been running an uplift service at Gortin Glens Forest Park since that time. So join us as we chat about Basec…
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On episode 213 it is my pleasure to welcome Jenine Bourbonnais to the podcast. Jenine is the founder and owner of Whistler’s performance bike and snowboard shop called Evolution Whistler. Jenine opened the store in 1995 when she was only 21 years of age and has grown it over the years to become the go to store in Whistler. We chat with Jenine about…
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In episode 212 it is my pleasure to welcome Daniel O’Shea, Co Founder of The DirtFund Project back on the podcast and first time show guest Alex Marchant, who holds the very cool title of Marketing Assistant for Vitus bikes. We are chatting with the guys about a very exciting collaboration between The DirtFund Project and Vitus Bikes, were two luck…
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In this episode of The Mountain Bikes Apart podcast, I have something a little different for you: the story of a race I competed in at the end of October last year. My brother and I did Relentless 24, which is held in fort william. It's a 'as many laps as you can do in 24 hours' kinda race, and it was great fun! Here's the story of how it went down…
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In episode 211 it is my pleasure to welcome Conor Campbell on the show. Conor has been involved in the mountain bike and race scene since the early days. He has worked, raced and played with Glyn O’Brien, Micheal Cowan and the likes. He owned his own bike store and was stable in the downhill, cyclo-cross and enduro race scenes. He is now a Speciali…
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For our first Podcast with Mike Ferrentino, he was home on the acreage where he lives, inland from the coast up the Carmel Valley. Mike lives in a barn filled with bikes and motorcycles, the latter in various stages of decomposition. He's a decent distance from civilization, and from the internet. Mike's connectivity relies on tethering to his phon…
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In episode 210 we welcome back Yari Alpizar to the podcast. I ran into Yari at The Gap in Dublin and we got chatting about racing etc, he mentioned an EWS race survey he had done with his Spanish social friends and thought it would be interesting to do the same with the Irish MTB scene. So we put it out there and got some really interesting feedbac…
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On episode #209 it is great to get Ellen Flewitt on the show. Ellen has been racing bikes from around the age of 12 and has never looked back. Her results speak for themselves, but she now has her sights set on bigger goals, bigger podium steps and bigger enduro challenges as she looks towards the Enduro World Series. We chat to Ellen about her bac…
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On episode 208 we welcome Nathan ‘The Lizard’ McComb back on the show to chat about the reopening of his super popular guiding business Enduro Malaga, his farming business over the pandemic, dealing with the trail building police, getting plastic surgery after a clothing mishap on the trails and super exciting plans for future development of Enduro…
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On episode 207 we have got Adam Copley back on the podcast to chat about his new Trail Collective group, what he has been up to over the last several months, how his racing season has been going, what his new bike is like, how his MTB cliententel have swapped the gym for the trails and to find out more about his new free 6 week MTB Masterclass. Tun…
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On episode 206 we are chatting with world renowned DJ and radio host Mark McCabe about being bitten by the MTB bug over the Covid lockdown, how he got interested in mountain biking, what he loves so much about it, the future of MTB in Ireland, his first race experience and of course what it is like playing music in front of thousands of people, plu…
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Our guest for the latest NSMB Podcast and the first of our Coming of Age series is Kasper Woolley, a young and fast EWS athlete now racing for the Yeti/OneUp Pro EWS team who hails from Squamish, B.C. Kasper first caught the eye of brands as a young junior, after his stage results at a local race were faster than the pro men. Since then, Kasper has…
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On episode 205 it is my pleasure to be chatting with Kenna McKenna about her background in the MTB scene, her list of impressive achievements, how she has helped her husband build a very successful MTB guiding company in Scotland called Go Where Scotland over the last 13 years and how her public work in diversity and inclusion has carried over into…
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On episode 204 we are chatting to Lynne Armstrong about how she got into the bike scene, working alongside Danny MaCaskill on ‘The Clan’ travelling stunt show, founding the Air Maiden Women's Freeride Festival, moving to live in Whistler and the future of women in MTB, plus much more. For more information and show notes visit: www.mtb-tribe.com Enj…
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Our guest for the latest NSMB Podcast is Ben Arnott, a World Cup downhill mechanic, engineer, and small business owner. Ben spent several years working as the head mechanic for Trek World Racing and the YT Mob and the stories from his time following the circus provide a fascinating look into the World Cup. For six of his years with the teams, Ben w…
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On episode 203 we chat with Daniel O’Shea about co-founding The DirtFund Project, where the idea came from, how he got started, how it helps privateer racers and how we can all get involved and help out. Plus lots more interesting MTB related stuff! Join us as we chat about how funding privateer racers £1000 each has helped their EWS and UCI advent…
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On episode #202 we are chatting with Dom Ferris, the Co. Founder of Trash Free Trails about how the idea came about to start a registered non-profit community interest company (CIC), focusing on helping us clean our trails and reduce the plastic pollution on our trails and wild places by 75% by 2025. So tune in and find out why we have trash on our…
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On episode #201 we are chatting with a young ripper from Rostrevor called Niall Clerkin. We chat to Niall about his mountain bike background, how he got into racing, his first World Cup experience (which involved his bike getting stolen), how he enjoyed a month on the road racing, how he got funded by The Dirtfund Project to help further this racin…
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On episode #200 it was awesome to get Joey Gough on the show to have a chat about her background racing BMX for the Great British National Team, her love for 4X, her amazing skills on dirt jumps, her movement into the mountain bike scene and how her love for bikes is built around her friends and riding community. Plus much much more. Tune in and ch…
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Chris Porter joins A.J. Barlas for another episode of the NSMB Podcast and once again, it's a brain-tickler. Our first conversation shared stories of Chris's background, giving a better understanding of the man behind the ideas having a resounding impact on the sport. With Chris’s blessing, part two has been labelled Big Mouth Strikes Again. He see…
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On episode #199 it is my pleasure to chat with Peter Lloyd about where his love for MTB came from, how he got into racing, how his life changing accident happened, how he dealt with such life changing news, why he got back on a set of wheels (albeit four this time), his love for bikes and his work for spinal injury charities, plus lots lots more! P…
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On episode #198 it is my pleasure to welcome Glyn O’Brien back onto the show to have a chat about how the first race of the Vitus First Tracks Enduro Series at Bigwood went, what the turnout was like, how the new race format was received, why he was racing an XC bike (which he won on!) and what we have to look forward to regarding round 2 at Ravens…
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On episode #197 We are chatting with Phil ‘Cheekz’ Rima, the founder and owner of the very cool Miami based lifestyle MTB clothing brand called DirtSpray. We chat about bringing a downhill scene to Miami, Florida, growing a bike brand over the covid period, why Cheekz believes the brand has taken off at full steam, the design behind their very cool…
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On episode #196 We are chatting with the founder of the very popular TotalMTB community of bike riders, Ryan Oldfield. TotalMTB has been going around 4 years, and ever since that time has been encouraging people to hit the trails and get the bikes out, to help with their mental and physical health while having fun and helping the environment. Tune …
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On Episode #195 we are chatting with Gary Donaldson about why he made the move from road to mountain biking, how he landed a spot on the Vitus First Tracks Race Division, why he loves racing so much, what it’s like following Glyn O’Brien and what his goals are for the 2021 race season. Plus lots more interesting info! Thanks for tuning in and suppo…
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On episode #194 we are chatting to George Allen from Feel Good Bicycles about opening a bike store in Ireland, how the supply and demand problems are affecting his business, how massive growth in the MTB industry is changing things and why George is seeing a large number of roadies moving over to the MTB world. Join us as we chat about bikes, racin…
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Mountain bikes have evolved tremendously in the last five years but before then, media and marketing had already nudged the term longer, lower, slacker beyond the edge of being a cliché. The alarmingly incremental progress made to bike shapes is at least partly to blame for the term being worn thin. During this time one person, in particular, estab…
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On episode #193 we are chatting with the man, the myth, the legend, Kelen Grant. We chat about his transition to the Chain Reaction Cycles Professional MTB Enduro Race Team, how his first season didn’t really go to plan, how he bounced back with the help of his team mates, racing and learning from Sam Hill, recovering from a major shoulder surgery …
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On episode #192 we are chatting with Ashley Heeley, the founder and owner of Hippie Turtle Herbal Co about the benefits of CBD for pain relief, injury recovery, anxiety and for simply making you feel better and helping you enjoy your ride in more comfort. So join Ash and myself as we chat over the benefits of using CBD for us bikers, how it works, …
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On episode #191 we are chatting with Tony Pickford the founder and owner of Instinct Distribution about starting a mountain bike distribution company and why the California based goggle brand Flow Vision USA helped him start his journey. We chat about manufacturing, design, pricing, quality and why producing a UK based product is one of Tony’s drea…
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But none of those lessons could prepare her for the latest challenge faced at the end of 2020. After a messed-up year, thanks mostly to the world turning on its head, Katy found herself without support to continue her career as a professional E.W.S. athlete. The lessons learned during her prior low were no match for the uncertainty and lack of dire…
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On episode #190 we are chatting with Jessie-May Morgan about her love for mountain biking, how she got interested in the race scene, her training schedule for racing, what it is like working for Bikerumor and how The DirtFund Project has helped fund her road to the Enduro World Series. Join us as we chat bikes, racing, training, working in the indu…
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On episode #189 we are chatting with Alex Clark the founder and owner of the Knoxville Outdoor Tours Mountain Bike Guide Company about how his local scene has changed over the Covid period, why he is stoked to see new people on the trails, new rider behaviors and awareness, what Alex believes the future of mountain biking looks like, and why he dec…
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On episode #188 it was awesome to have a chat with Nigel Glynn about everything mountain bike related. We dive into supply issues of getting bikes, components and accessories that are affecting the complete bike industry. We chat about why he decided to start Bikeology and the growth he has seen in the industry over the years, plus why Ireland is s…
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On episode #187 we are chatting with Yannis Konstantinomanolakis the owner of Olympuspro, the specialist performance coaching company. Yannis and his crew specialise in helping Motocross and Downhill MTB athletes and offer everything from bespoke training plans to post rehabilitation. Join us as we chat about the mountain biking scene in Greece, re…
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