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Apr 27, 2016

April 27, 2016

Just Riding Along Show Page

ABOUT THE EPISODE

This episode contains, quite possibly, the greatest number of listener questions to ever come across the JRA airwaves. Andrea, Matt, and Kenny tackle several questions and comments  on topics from backyard pump tracks to armadillos and vision.

And...a listener in Florida asks about coil spring shocks and you get to hear more about Matt’s new Stache (as if you haven’t heard enough during the last four episodes.)

SHOW DONATIONS

- Jonathan Mann of New York gave $25

- Kenneth Douglas of New Mexico gave $10

- Carlos Cortes of Oregon gave $10

- Dave Burnard of Oregon gave $10

- DJ Goldston of Idaho gave $5

A huge thanks to all previous show supporters! If you would like to support the show, CLICK HERE

We want to hear from you! If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for the next episode, contact us at jra@mountainbikeradio.com.

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LISTENER QUESTIONS

Questions answered by the crew in this episode:

- Jim needs help getting a new bike.

- Charles from the internet ask about the Trek CrossRip.

- Roman from Florida wants to know what’s up with a coil vs air shock.

- Paul shares information about armadillo and vision research.

- Keith from Wisconsin is looking to get a Stache 5.

- Kenneth from New Mexico is designing a pump track in his yard and is wondering what bike he should use and then he rants about fatbikes on dirt.

- Gerhard checks back in and the conclusion is that he should replace his bike.

- Brian has been positively affected by JRA.

- Scott O from Florida gives thanks for advice and admits to having the show on while his 10-year old is in the car.

If you have any comments or questions for the Just Riding Along show, email to jra@mountainbikeradio.com

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SHIT WE PROBABLY HATE

Nothing this week. Stay tuned.

If you come across anything that you think is really good or really bad, let us know. Email it to jra@mountainbikeradio.com.

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Apr 26, 2016

April 26, 2016 

The Path Show Page

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

This episode strays from the normal detailed, geekery of bike geometry and other detailed conversation and brings you some random discussions.

Tani recently dealt with some shop break-ins and he shares the story. Then the guys discuss podcasts, slacklining, and other off the bike topics. They also hit on three listener questions. Listen in to a good discussion with Nathan, Tani, and Auk while they show a little different side to themselves.

The Path guys welcome all of your questions and encourage you to send them an email with the subject “Podcast Question” to sales@thepathbikeshop.com

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LISTENER QUESTIONS

- Brad asks the guys if they can stoppie on bikes and/or dirt bikes

- Alan from Australia is wondering if cyclocross geometry is being held back

- Roman from Florida points out the lack of trail sign systems

If you have any questions, comments, or want to just drop the guys a note, you can contact them by sending them an email with the subject "Podcast Question" to sales@thepathbikeshop.com

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Apr 24, 2016

April 24, 2016

Out of Step Show Page

ABOUT THE EPISODE

John and Kyle bring you a packed episode filled with punk/hardcore discussion. These guys have endless knowledge and passion for music and, in this episode, it shows through. They share a lot of news, updates, and spend some time just chatting about the scene. If you're in to music, you're going to want to listen.

We want to hear from you! If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for the next episode, contact us at info@mountainbikeradio.com.

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NEWS

Burn will returning with a new EP titled “...From The Ashes” on July 15th through Bridge Nine. A stream of the effort is currently available via Noisey. Frontman Chaka Malik says “Burn has so much left to share that it was inevitable that we would regroup at some point in time. With the flames stoked high in our personal lives, the intensity and passion that makes us who we are as a band needs to come to light once again.” Pre­orders are now available at b9store.com

SUMAC (Baptists, ex­Isis, etc.) have announced a May/June west coast/southwest tour, coinciding with the June 10th release date of their sophomore album, “What One Becomes“.

Trap Them have finished recording their new album at God City Studio in Salem, MA with Converge guitarist Kurt Ballou handling the production duties. A fall release through Prosthetic is in the works.

The daily lineups have been revealed for the 2016 ‘This Is Hardcore Fest‘, which will take place in Philadelphia, PA from August 04th­07th. Head over to www.thisishardcorefest.com.

Cruel Hand recently entered The Wild Arctic Recording Studio in Portsmouth, NH. This marks the 5th album and will be released via Hopeless Records.

Code Orange will be playing a few headlining shows around their spring tour with the Deftones:

04/30 York, PA – The Shop 05/12 Savannah, GA – Dollhouse

05/21 St. Louis, MO – Firebird 05/23 Dekalb, IL – The House Cafe

Norma Jean have a new album being released September 9th release on Solid State Records.

A 20th anniversary edition of Integrity‘s “Humanity Is The Devil” is being pressed by Organized.

Crime Records for a ‘Record Store Day‘ (April 16th) release. As to what’s featured on this latest pressing, the label had the following to say of it: Limited color vinyl housed in a stunning five-color gatefold jacket featuring the iconic art by the legendary Pushead and layout by vocalist Dwid Hellion. This edition includes an updated version of the rare Humanity Is The Devil pamphlet, 16.5′′ x 22′′ poster, expanded artwork by Josh Bayer, and liner notes by guitarist Aaron Melnick. This version also includes the first appearance of the narrative story of Humanity Is The Devil by Frank Araca on vinyl, and will be pressed in a run of 1,000 copies.”

The date has been set for Bane‘s farewell show. It will take place at the Palladium in Worcester, MA on June 18th and feature Title Fight, Terror, Modern Life Is War, The Promise, Right Brigade, Cruel Hand, Rude Awakening and one guest TBA.

Poison The Well have announced a number of live dates, marking their first shows since their live reunion last spring. Here’s what they have booked:

06/21 New York, NY – Gramercy

06/22 Toronto, ON – Opera House

07/07 Los Angeles, CA – The Roxy ­

07/08 Pomona, CA – The Glass House

07/09 Anaheim, CA – Chain Reaction

Thursday, Quicksand, Deafheaven, Etc. Set For 2016 ‘The Wrecking Ball ATL’. Drive Like Jehu, L7, CIV, Burn, Gorilla Biscuits, American Nightmare and more also booked SUMAC (Baptists, ex­Isis, etc.) have debuted “Rigid Man” from their upcoming album “What One Becomes“. That effort will see a June 10th release date on Thrill Jockey Records and was produced by Kurt Ballou of Converge. You can pre­order it now at Thrilljockey.com.

RLYR will drop their debut album “Delayer” on June 17th through Magic Bullet Records. The outfit are comprised of Trevor de Brauw (Pelican), Steven Hess (Locrian) and Colin DeKulper (Bloodiest, ex­Russian Circles).

The release of Vanishing Life‘s debut album got sidetracked in the whole Collect Records mess, but it looks as though the group are putting the pieces back together. The band have just signed a deal with Dine Alone Records for the release of the effort, as well as a new EP for their song “Exile“, which will hit stores this weekend.

 

HOUSECLEANING/LISTENER QUESTION

First race of the season is in the books

“John and Kyle,

Great to hear a new episode guys! My favorite show to date for sure. A question I've had for you guys that I've been wanting to ask for a while is whether or not either of you actually listen to music when putting in miles on the bike? I definitely refrain from plugging in when riding singletrack most importantly due to just being aware of other trail users, but when it comes to gravel or road riding, are tunes a necessary component for your training? Finally, thanks for the tip on Achilles! Super sweet stuff. Take care guys.

Grant”

 

RECORD REVIEW

World Be Free – 'The Anti­Circle'

Released: February 5 2016 – Revelation Records

World Be Free's story began in the fall of 2014, when Scott Vogel (Terror, Buried Alive), Joe Garlipp (Envy), Andrew Kline (Strife), and Sammy Siegler (Judge, CIV, Rival Schools) met monthly to write classic­influenced, melodic and positive hardcore. All of this developed without a label, budget or any mention to the outside world. When Siegler scored some recording time at Hurley, they flew in Arthur Smilios (Gorilla Biscuits, CIV) to cover on bass and hustled into the studio. Vogel and Terror bandmate Nick Jett then tracked vocals at Jett's studio, passing the ball to Walter Schreifels (Rival Schools, Quicksand, Gorilla Biscuits) for one final guest spot.

With their album finished and its release fast approaching, Top 5 – Primal Reaction Records. Something about these 5 records speaks to that dark place in your soul. Pure raw aggression and power..

 

UNBROKEN – Life Love Regret – 1994 New Age Records

Life. Love. Regret. is everything that hardcore is. It is the heart, the soul, the sound, and the attitude. The music is loud and in your face, but most importantly, passion is put at the top. This album is a monument by a monolithic band. From the crushing riff and sinister notes at the beginning of "D4" to the ending feedback in the nine minute "Curtain."

 

Breather Resist – Only In The Morning – March 25, 2003 Deathwish Inc

Breather Resist formed in 2002 and recorded 8 songs, 4 of which were on handmade demos. These 8 songs became their first EP, "Only in the Morning", released on Deathwish, Inc.. Their first LP, Charmer, was released on Jade Tree Records in October 2004, having been produced by Kurt Ballou. In December 2005, lead singer Steve Sidoni left the group; Buried Alive – Death Of Your Perfect World – April 20, 1999 Victory Produced by Steve Evetts at Trax East Studios. It is the band's only album with Jesse Muscato on drums.

 

CURSED – I – February 23, 2005 Deathwish Inc

Formed in 2001 a year after the break­up of The Swarm aka Knee Deep in the Dead. Known for their trademark nihilistic and dystopian lyrical themes, stark classic horror imagery and loud, abrasive live shows.

Integrity – Those Who Fear Tomorrow – 1991 Overkill Records

Integrity's For Those Who Fear Tomorrow is a hardcore juggernaut that has lurked in infamy for over 15 years. Recorded in 1991, For Those Who Fear Tomorrow is often credited as on of the first true metalcore" albums. While hardcore crossover bands like the Cro Mags and Corrosion of Conformity had existed before Integrity, few were prepared for the world Integrity brought to life with their debut album. FTWFT's razor sharp metallic edges, driving hardcore verses, and gloomy breakdowns set a stage for one of hardcore's most messianic and charismatic front men: Dwid Hellion. The album has been issued in close to 10 different editions and formats. It has never received proper distribution or promotion, but it has survived: a truly bastardized child of hardcore, metal, and a darkness of the soul.

 

BUMPER MUSIC SEGMENTS

Intro: Minor Threat  ­ ‘Out Of Step’

News: UNBROKEN ­ ‘D4’

Housekeeping: Breather Resist ­ ‘Just Do It’

Record Review: World Be Free ­ ‘Shake The Ghost’

Primal Records: Cursed ­ ‘1974’

Outro: Integrity ­ ‘Micha ­ those who fear tomorrow’

 

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Apr 24, 2016

April 23, 2016

Trail Cast Show Page

ABOUT THE EPISODE

Drew takes a break from the recent interviews and discusses some trail building information. In this episode of Trail Cast, Drew gives a rundown on keeping digging tools sharp, what to use, and how to sharpen them.

He also shares some thoughts about kids bikes, and local accessibility to places for families to ride. Then, Drew responds to recent listener feedback.

If you or someone you know is in charge of trail projects or organizing work days for your group, Drew wants you to email him. Share your projects and when your work days are, and he'll share that information in future episodes.

If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for the next episode, contact us at info@mountainbikeradio.com.

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Apr 23, 2016

April 22, 2016

The Being Dad Show Show Page

ABOUT THE EPISODE

The Being Dad Show is taking a different direction. We welcome co-host Steve Hamlin to the show. This episode is an introduction to Steve, an update on the show status, and some things that you can plan on expecting from The Being Dad show going forward.

Steve has created "Endurance Path" to share his experiences, knowledge, and his future "path" down the road of endurance mountain biking, training, and much more. He also has created "Outdoor Family Life" as reference tool for active families, as well as a place to share some stories of his own experiences.

Listen in to learn about Steve and get a feel for what he and Ben have in store for The Being Dad Show. We're excited to have a more regular show with some great content.

We want to hear from all of you. Send us an email with your first name, your kids' ages, what you like to do with them, and where you are from and we'll share them on the air in the next episode. We'd like everyone to know who makes up our community and listeners.

If you have any ideas for future guests or episodes, please contact us at info@mountainbikeradio.com.

 

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Apr 21, 2016

April 21, 2016

The Apex Nutrition Podcast Show Page

ABOUT THE EPISODE

Beta alanine can be a key piece in your performance. There’s a lot of research to back up this amino acid as a true game-changer. When used with a 4 week loading phase and 8 week maintenance phase, studies are showing significant results that continue to last 8 more weeks (total effects of about 18 weeks).

In this episode of The Apex Nutrition Podcast,  Kelli shares information about how beta alanine works, why you should care, and how you should take it.

If you value what you are hearing on The Apex Nutrition Podcast, please consider improving your nutrition by buying one of Kelli's plans through our Apex Nutrition Link.

We encourage listeners to get involved by sharing your experiences, show ideas, questions and comments. If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for future episodes, please contact us at info@mountainbikeradio.com.

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Apr 21, 2016

April 20th, 2016

Just Riding Along Show Page

ABOUT THE EPISODE

A “short” episode. Andrea, Matt, and Kenny take it a little easy this week after the last mega-question show. In this episode, you get an explanation of the recent SRAM #Pulleygate, they answer two listener questions, and Matt and Kenny share some new stuff they recently ordered.

SHOW DONATIONS

A huge thanks to all previous show supporters! If you would like to support the show, CLICK HERE

We want to hear from you! If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for the next episode, contact us at jra@mountainbikeradio.com.

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LISTENER QUESTIONS

Questions answered by the crew in this episode:

Scott O from Florida wants to convert to a XT 1x11

Joel from Michigan gives some good feedback on a previous recommendation to use a   

Wheels Mfg bottom bracket.

If you have any comments or questions for the Just Riding Along show, email to jra@mountainbikeradio.com

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SHIT WE PROBABLY HATE

Nothing this week. Stay tuned.

If you come across anything that you think is really good or really bad, let us know. Email it to jra@mountainbikeradio.com.

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Wheels Mft PF30 Outboard Bottom Bracket

#Pulleygate

Trek Stache 5

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Apr 18, 2016

April 18th, 2016

Just Riding Along Show Page

ABOUT THE EPISODE

Matt is antsy and skips right to listener questions. They hammer out the most listener questions they’ve answered in a loooong time. Those questions include plenty of drivetrain talk, as well as whether or not people should dump their crappy bikes.

SHOW DONATIONS

A huge thanks to all previous show supporters! If you would like to support the show, CLICK HERE

Adam Murphree from Florida gave $10

We want to hear from you! If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for the next episode, contact us at jra@mountainbikeradio.com.

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LISTENER QUESTIONS

Questions answered by the crew in this episode:

Doug R from the Internet has an issue with bike techs.

Cole from Texas is wondering why they have no love for small bike companies.

Seth from North Carolina is wondering what chain guide to buy.

Dean J from Minnesota is still riding a 3x drivetrain and wants to upgrade.

Landon from Kansas City is wondering if he can switch his Stumpjumper to a 1x setup.

Mason from Phoenix is wondering what type of hardtail to buy.

Eric from Schenectady wants to know if he should sell his Anthem.

If you have any comments or questions for the Just Riding Along show, email to jra@mountainbikeradio.com

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SHIT WE PROBABLY HATE

Sneak peeks that aren't sneak peeks

If you come across anything that you think is really good or really bad, let us know. Email it to jra@mountainbikeradio.com.

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Wolf Tooth Components

Race Face

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Apr 15, 2016

April 14, 2016

Riding Gravel Radio Ranch Page

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

This episode of the Riding Gravel Radio Ranch is brought to you by Travel Kansas and Smooth Operator Premium Lubricant.

Guitar Ted and Ben catch up on some things that have been going on with the site, including some reviews and updates. Guitar Ted has been busy testing tires, wider rims, and getting his fill of riding on early season Iowa gravel. He shares some thoughts on the Panaracer Gravel King 40mm and the Clement MSO 36’s.

We also give you information about Trans Iowa Radio and Guitar Ted gives some initial info and updates about this year’s upcoming Trans Iowa.

If you have any questions, comments, or have an idea for an episode, please feel free to contact us anytime.

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Apr 13, 2016

April 12, 2016

Trail Cast Show Page

ABOUT THE EPISODE

Drew is joined by guest, Todd McMahon. Todd contacted our team at Mountain Bike Radio to get on and share his thoughts on mountain bikes in Wilderness Areas. Todd owns mountain bikes himself and mountain bikes from time to time.  He is better known as a hiker, recently completing the Ice Age National Scenic Trail. He believes that the Pacific Crest Trail should be kept for it's original users, hikers and horseback riders and has created two pages to share information about the trail. 

This episode will give you some thoughts from someone who isn't neck-deep in the cycling world and will offer perspective of how others view mountain bikers.

Mountain Bike Radio officially endorses both IMBA and the Sustainable Trails Coalition. We feel that IMBA has played an integral role in all of our current access and local and regional relationships and will continue to foster those important relationships, while the Sustainable Trails Coalition can pick up in efforts that IMBA isn't. Together, the groups provide some great advocacy for all of us. 

If you or someone you know is in charge of trail projects or organizing work days for your group, Drew wants you to email him. Share your projects and when your work days are, and he'll share that information in future episodes.

If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for the next episode, contact us at info@mountainbikeradio.com.

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Sustainable Trails Coalition

"Former IMBA Chair Releases Scathing Letter Denouncing IMBA in Favor of the STC"

"Open Letter to IMBA about Wilderness, the Sustainable Trails Coalition and E-MTBS"

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Apr 12, 2016

April 11, 2016

The Youth Movement Show Page

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Jeff, Jake, and Ryan are back with another episode of The Youth Movement. In this episode they talk with and introduce Coach Sam Tamura, because Sam will be doing a coaching segment for the show going forward.

They discuss race preparation and strategies for beginning racers, all juniors, especially high school and middle school NICA League racers. Ryan and Jake share some of their experience throughout the episode to give the youth perspective.

If you have any ideas for future guests or episodes for Mountain Bike Radio, please contact us at info@mountainbikeradio.com. If you have any ideas, questions, or comments for The Youth Movement, contact us at the theyouthmovement@outlook.com.

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Mountain Bike Radio Junior Page

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Apr 10, 2016

 

 

April 10, 2016 

The Path Show Page

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Megan from The Path Bike Shop, joins Nathan, Tani and Auk to discuss her experience getting into mountain bikes, diving into enduro racing and women in the sport of mountain biking.  Guys, listen up for some advice for taking your girl out to the trails.

The guys finish the show with some discussion about the Intense Spyder 27.5 C.

The Path guys welcome all of your questions and encourage you to send them an email with the subject “Podcast Question” to sales@thepathbikeshop.com

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LISTENER QUESTIONS

No listener questions in this episode.  If you have any questions, comments, or want to just drop the guys a note, you can contact them by sending them an email with the subject "Podcast Question" to sales@thepathbikeshop.com

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Apr 8, 2016

April 7, 2016

The Last Aid Station Show Page

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Mark and Steve dive into the kick off of the endurance racing season with recaps of True Grit, 6 Hours of Warrior Creek, Love Valley Roubaix, Land Run 100 and close out the Fat Bike Season with a short recap of the Iditarod Trail Invitational.

Listen in for Mark and Steve thoughts on 1 x 11 and 1 x 12 conversions along with a Mount Washington record climb on a fatbike and some other upcoming races. Steve and Mark also discuss some friendly wagers on NUE Series outcomes and what they have going on this spring.

If you are a race director or racer who would like to hear your race report on an episode of The Last Aid Station, please contact Mark at Mark@Mountainbikeradio.com. If you have any questions or feedback for Steve, please email him at Steve@Mountainbikeradio.com.

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Apr 7, 2016

April 6, 2016

Just Riding Along Show Page

ABOUT THE EPISODE

More. Of. Matt's. Road. Bike. Ugh.. What lube should you run in your I9 hubs? Derailleur cable, bars, and more. Plus they geek out on some bike numbers based around a discussion started by the Niner RKT. Andrea's bike fit rant.

A huge thanks to all previous show supporters! If you would like to support the show, CLICK HERE

We want to hear from you! If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for the next episode, contact us at jra@mountainbikeradio.com.

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LISTENER QUESTIONS

Questions answered by the crew in this episode:

– Kyle Mandler has some issues with his rebound and compression damping on my Pike RCT3

– Gerhard asks if he only has money for either bike fit or a skills clinic, what should he do

If you have any comments or questions for the Just Riding Along show, email to jra@mountainbikeradio.com

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SHIT WE PROBABLY HATE

Sneak peeks that aren't sneak peeks

If you come across anything that you think is really good or really bad, let us know. Email it to jra@mountainbikeradio.com.

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RELATED SHOW LINKS

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Apr 2, 2016

April 2, 2016

Just Riding Along Show Page

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

More. JRA. Questions, answers, Kenny-isms, and stories of random bike stuff. Kenny shares a story about a weekend project - a lithium battery conversion to an electric trials motorcycle. Plus, how do you know if you need high mount or low mount side swing front derailleur?

A huge thanks to all of this week's show supporters! If you would like to support the show, CLICK HERE

-  Noah Hawk from Maryland gave $25

-  Kyle Mandler from West Virginia gave $10

We want to hear from you! If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for the next episode, contact us at jra@mountainbikeradio.com.

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LISTENER QUESTIONS

Questions answered by the crew in this episode:

– Justin from the internet wants a new road bike

– Travis from Minnesota is a little confused on what bike he can and should get

– Joe from Northern Minnesota asks about mountain bike shoes - Sidis, Mavics

If you have any comments or questions for the Just Riding Along show, email to jra@mountainbikeradio.com

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Apr 2, 2016

April 2, 2016

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ABOUT THE EPISODE

This is another special edition of The Last Aid Station. Mark brings you the most in-depth Absa Cape Epic coverage you’ll hear anywhere. Listen in as he rolls through the action and results of this year’s 2016 Absa Cape Epic in South Africa.

About the Absa Cape Epic – from the website: “The Absa Cape Epic must be completed by both members of a two-person team. The route changes every year, leading aspiring amateur and professional mountain bikers from around the world through roughly 800km of unspoilt scenery and 15 000m of accumulated climbing, over some of the most magnificent mountain passes in South Africa.

The Absa Cape Epic is the most televised mountain bike stage race in the world and the only eight-day mountain bike stage race classed as hors catégorie by the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI). This official UCI status makes it a highlight on the professional racer’s calendar. The Absa Cape Epic also attracts aspiring amateur riders wanting to test themselves against the best. It is a full-service race, meaning that everything is taken care of from the start – all riders need to think about is riding.

If you are a race director or racer who would like to hear your race report on an episode of The Last Aid Station, please contact Mark at Mark@Mountainbikeradio.com. If you have any questions or feedback for Steve, please email him at Steve@Mountainbikeradio.com.

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