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Jul 30, 2019

July 29, 2019

Dirt Rag Dirt Fest PA 2019 Show Page

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

MTB Ben and Ben Welnak are your hosts for this episode while at Dirt Rag Dirt Fest in Pennsylvania in May. They are joined by the crew from Tröegs Independent Brewing that is based in Hershey, Pennsylvania. Tim (Brewing Manager) , Mark (Brewer), and Jancy (Marketing & Events Coordinator) join the show to chat about Tröegs, their beer, what makes a good pilsner, events, Dirt Fest, and more. It’s a fun time getting out and having some great conversation with those making the craft beer scene what it is. Grab a brew and listen in!

ABOUT TRÖEGS

Founded in Pennsylvania in 1996 by brothers John and Chris Trogner, Tröegs Independent Brewing is driven by a sense of adventure and curiosity. From the beginning, our brewery has been built by family, friends and kindred spirits who share a love of great beer. 100% independent.

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RELATED LINKS

Tröegs Independent Brewing – https://troegs.com/
Tröegs on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/troegsbeer/
Tröegs on Twitter – https://twitter.com/troegsbeer
Tröegs on Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/troegsbeer/
Tröegs on Untappd – https://untappd.com/troegsbrewingcompany
Susquehanna Mountain Bike Association – http://sambabiker.com/samba/
Dirt Rag Dirt Fest – https://www.dirtragdirtfest.com/

You can support this content by becoming a Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mtnbikeradio

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ABOUT DIRT FEST

Maurice and Elaine Tierney started Dirt Rag in 1989, creating a magazine that provided an inclusive forum where readers shared their stoke for the riding, culture, and lifestyle of mountain biking. After having a great time at the legendary Jim Thorpe Mountain Bike Weekend, the pair decided that Dirt Rag was in a position to translate the magazine’s in-print stoke to an in-person “gathering of the tribe.” 

The first edition of Dirt Fest took place in 1991 at Camp Soles, a YMCA youth camp east of Pittsburgh. The original event was decidedly chill. There was no vendor expo bristling with the bleeding edge of bicycle technology. Demo rides amounted to swapping bikes with a newfound friend. There was a lake, a bonfire, and a bicycle polo field. Nighttime entertainment consisted of an attendee strumming a guitar at the group bonfire—a far cry from The Earthtones jamming for a circus tent full of partying mountain bikers. 

Read more about Dirt Fest HERE.

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ABOUT GOOD BREW

Good Brew is more than just about the beer, it’s about the story of beer and it’s deep rooted connection to what binds us together as humans outdoors exploring our greater world. So grab a stool and slide on up to the bar, and let’s talk some Good Brew.

Jul 27, 2019

July 26, 2019

Dirt Rag Dirt Fest PA 2019 Show Page

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Michael joins the guys to discuss. Michael is the Account Executive for Giant Bicycles and Liv Cycling for the Washington DC, Virginia, and North Carolina areas. He has been with Giant since 2003 and has a lot of experience in the cycling world before his time at Giant. Michael discusses the Giant and Liv bikes and the brands, shares his thoughts on the improving the cycling community, gender and bikes, advocacy, and more.

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ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Giant Bicycles – https://www.giant-bicycles.com/us
Liv Cycling – https://www.liv-cycling.com/us

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ABOUT DIRT FEST

Maurice and Elaine Tierney started Dirt Rag in 1989, creating a magazine that provided an inclusive forum where readers shared their stoke for the riding, culture, and lifestyle of mountain biking. After having a great time at the legendary Jim Thorpe Mountain Bike Weekend, the pair decided that Dirt Rag was in a position to translate the magazine’s in-print stoke to an in-person “gathering of the tribe.” 

The first edition of Dirt Fest took place in 1991 at Camp Soles, a YMCA youth camp east of Pittsburgh. The original event was decidedly chill. There was no vendor expo bristling with the bleeding edge of bicycle technology. Demo rides amounted to swapping bikes with a newfound friend. There was a lake, a bonfire, and a bicycle polo field. Nighttime entertainment consisted of an attendee strumming a guitar at the group bonfire—a far cry from The Earthtones jamming for a circus tent full of partying mountain bikers. 

Read more about Dirt Fest HERE.

Jul 26, 2019

July 25, 2019

Dirt Rag Dirt Fest PA 2019 Show Page

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Billy and Sharon are new brand ambassadors for VanDOit. After a lot of time and effort put into finding a van, Billy googled “adventure van” and the rest is history. They share their thoughts on life on the road in their VanDOit, discuss the company and van options, and share some of the Dirt Fest experience.

VanDoit – https://www.vandoit.com/
VanDoit on YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOEIZiQLi4ZqWQvNMvRmZqQ/videos
VanDoit on Pinterest – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOEIZiQLi4ZqWQvNMvRmZqQ/videos
VanDoit on Twitter – https://twitter.com/vandoitco
VanDoit on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/vandoitco
VanDoit on Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/vandoitco/

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ABOUT DIRT FEST

Maurice and Elaine Tierney started Dirt Rag in 1989, creating a magazine that provided an inclusive forum where readers shared their stoke for the riding, culture, and lifestyle of mountain biking. After having a great time at the legendary Jim Thorpe Mountain Bike Weekend, the pair decided that Dirt Rag was in a position to translate the magazine’s in-print stoke to an in-person “gathering of the tribe.” 

The first edition of Dirt Fest took place in 1991 at Camp Soles, a YMCA youth camp east of Pittsburgh. The original event was decidedly chill. There was no vendor expo bristling with the bleeding edge of bicycle technology. Demo rides amounted to swapping bikes with a newfound friend. There was a lake, a bonfire, and a bicycle polo field. Nighttime entertainment consisted of an attendee strumming a guitar at the group bonfire—a far cry from The Earthtones jamming for a circus tent full of partying mountain bikers. 

Read more about Dirt Fest HERE.

Jul 25, 2019

July 25, 2019

Dirt Rag Dirt Fest PA 2019 Show Page

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Best for Grabbin' Bars & Beers! Troy Stewart is the Marketing Director at Handup Gloves. They sit down for a good chat about the Handup brand, design inspiration, the bike world, and more. Troy was a great and fun guest to have on. If you'd like an honest take from the Handup crew, listen in!

Handup Gloves - https://handupgloves.com/
Handup Gloves on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/handupgloves/
Handup Gloves on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9lczcrDiZxOzx9miAJgoMA
Handup Gloves on SnapChat - https://www.snapchat.com/add/handupgloves

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ABOUT DIRT FEST

Maurice and Elaine Tierney started Dirt Rag in 1989, creating a magazine that provided an inclusive forum where readers shared their stoke for the riding, culture, and lifestyle of mountain biking. After having a great time at the legendary Jim Thorpe Mountain Bike Weekend, the pair decided that Dirt Rag was in a position to translate the magazine’s in-print stoke to an in-person “gathering of the tribe.” 

The first edition of Dirt Fest took place in 1991 at Camp Soles, a YMCA youth camp east of Pittsburgh. The original event was decidedly chill. There was no vendor expo bristling with the bleeding edge of bicycle technology. Demo rides amounted to swapping bikes with a newfound friend. There was a lake, a bonfire, and a bicycle polo field. Nighttime entertainment consisted of an attendee strumming a guitar at the group bonfire—a far cry from The Earthtones jamming for a circus tent full of partying mountain bikers. 

Read more about Dirt Fest HERE.

Jul 25, 2019

July 25, 2019

The Path Podcast Show Page

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Nathan and Auk start out the episode on their own and then Tani joins in for the fun. You get some discussion on AXS, EXO+, being out on the road, riding, trails, Tani's van, and just a well rounded episode with the guys. Join the guys and have a listen now!

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

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RELATED SHOW LINKS

Over the Hump - https://raceoc.com/
Sky Park Bike Fest - https://skyparksantasvillage.com/skypark-bike-fest/
Downieville Classic - http://downievilleclassic.com/
California Enduro Series - https://www.californiaenduroseries.com/northstarenduro/
Maxxis Minion EXO+ - https://www.vitalmtb.com/features/Tested-Maxxis-EXO-Casing-Tires-Minion-DHF-and-DHRII,2726
The Path Podcast on YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/thepathbikeshoptustin
Get on The Path Newsletter – https://thepathbikeshop.us6.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=df59964daebd2d58a75cd52b3&id=4aa76a894b

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ABOUT THE PATH PODCAST

The Path Podcast is an entertaining and informative podcast with Nathan, Auk, Tani, and other regular guests covering many aspects of mountain biking, including technical information, listener questions, event details, and just talking bikes in general. Listen in as they take you into their passionate mountain biking minds.

To support The Path directly, you can do the following:
– You can follow the hashtag #ThePathPodcast on Instagram & Twitter
– If you’re in California, head over to the Tustin and/or Live Oak stores and say hi.
– Go to their website at thepathbikeshop.com.
– Follow The Path on social media: FacebookTwitterInstagram, YouTubePinterestVimeo

Jul 20, 2019

July 19, 2019

She Shreds Podcast Page

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Welcome to Episode 5 of She Shreds! This episode one is with Anne Keller and Jen Zeuner of The Hot Tomato. Anne and Jen are on the road and take a little time to chat with Val. The ladies discuss a wide range of topics – from fun stories to pizza stories, as well as the story of The Hot Tomato. It’s a fun episode with some good insight, experiences, and laughter. Listen in to She Shreds right now! 

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RELATED SHOW LINKS

The Hot Tomato website – https://www.hottomatopizza.com/
The Hot Tomato on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/hottomatopizza/
The Hot Tomato on Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/hottomatopizza/
The Hot Tomato on Yelp – https://www.yelp.com/biz/hot-tomato-pizzeria-fruita
Life of Pie – https://vimeo.com/344361560
Juliana Maverick – https://www.julianabicycles.com/en-US/maverick
Follow Anne on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/annekeller1/
Follow Jen on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/jenzeuner/

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ABOUT SHE SHREDS PODCAST

The She Shreds Podcast celebrates women who are doing amazing things, on bikes and in life, while inspiring countless others to try something new, step outside of their comfort zone, and to love themselves while doing it.

The women you’ll meet on She Shreds Podcast are athletes, mothers, ambassadors, bike industry leaders, product designers and engineers, pillars of their communities, adventurers and travelers from all corners of the country. They’ve started businesses, raised families, won races, lost races, healed from injury, seen success in their careers, failed at times and have followed their hearts.

We’ll hear about their experiences, learn from their hard earned wisdom and get a glimpse into the hearts and minds of some truly amazing women.

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Jul 17, 2019

July 17, 2019

Dirt Rag Dirt Fest PA 2019 Show Page

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Patrick Reed is the owner of Dirt Components in Austin, Texas. He sits down to share the story of Dirt Components, the products, running a small business, the new frame project and the life of an entreprenuer.

Dirt Components – https://www.dirtcomponents.com/
Dirt Components on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/dirtcomponents
Dirt Components on Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/dirtcomponents/

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ABOUT DIRT FEST

Maurice and Elaine Tierney started Dirt Rag in 1989, creating a magazine that provided an inclusive forum where readers shared their stoke for the riding, culture, and lifestyle of mountain biking. After having a great time at the legendary Jim Thorpe Mountain Bike Weekend, the pair decided that Dirt Rag was in a position to translate the magazine’s in-print stoke to an in-person “gathering of the tribe.” 

The first edition of Dirt Fest took place in 1991 at Camp Soles, a YMCA youth camp east of Pittsburgh. The original event was decidedly chill. There was no vendor expo bristling with the bleeding edge of bicycle technology. Demo rides amounted to swapping bikes with a newfound friend. There was a lake, a bonfire, and a bicycle polo field. Nighttime entertainment consisted of an attendee strumming a guitar at the group bonfire—a far cry from The Earthtones jamming for a circus tent full of partying mountain bikers. 

Read more about Dirt Fest HERE.

Jul 17, 2019

July 17, 2019

Backyard Boys Show Page

ABOUT THE EPISODE

MTB Ben and August headed out on their first bikepacking trip. Listen in to hear a 4 year old’s perspective on a first bikepacking trip, handling roots, a bridge, and bugs.

Do you have an idea for MTB Ben, the Backyard Boys, and/or New England Dirt? If so, let Ben know at nedirt@mountainbikeradio.com.

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RELATED SHOW LINKS

MSR Tents - https://www.msrgear.com/tents/
NEMO Equipment - https://www.nemoequipment.com/
Follow MTB Ben on Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/mtbben603/
Email MTB Ben: NEDirt@MountainBikeRadio.com

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Jul 17, 2019

July 16, 2019

Just Riding Along Show Page

ABOUT THE EPISODE

Matt and Andrea make a PODCAST. Matt eats his words and likes something new for his gravel setup. Andrea discusses considerations about derailleurs, gearing, and things that are available in a pinch. Bikes, questions, things. Listen up.

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LISTENER QUESTIONS

– Rowan from Australia is wondering about a fork for his Karate Monkey

If you would like to ask a question, please send an email title JRA Question to jra@mountainbikeradio.com. 

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LISTENER CONTRIBUTIONS

Jul 16, 2019

July 16, 2019 

Dirt Fest PA 2019 Show Page

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Brendon has some unique experience and perspective. He has spent several years in the bike world and enjoys a lot of time on his bike and he is now an ultrarunner and owns White Dot Productions, which is the only trail running guide company serving the 500,000+ acres of the Blue Ridge Mountains. They chat about a wide range of topics to give you some idea of what the Dirt Rag Dirt Fest experience is all about.

Happy Mutant CBD – https://www.thehappymutant.com/full-spectrum-cbd/
White Dot Productions – http://www.whitedotproductions.com/
White Dot Productions on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/pg/whitedotadventures/
White Dot Productions on Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/whitedotadventures/

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ABOUT DIRT FEST

Maurice and Elaine Tierney started Dirt Rag in 1989, creating a magazine that provided an inclusive forum where readers shared their stoke for the riding, culture, and lifestyle of mountain biking. After having a great time at the legendary Jim Thorpe Mountain Bike Weekend, the pair decided that Dirt Rag was in a position to translate the magazine’s in-print stoke to an in-person “gathering of the tribe.” 

The first edition of Dirt Fest took place in 1991 at Camp Soles, a YMCA youth camp east of Pittsburgh. The original event was decidedly chill. There was no vendor expo bristling with the bleeding edge of bicycle technology. Demo rides amounted to swapping bikes with a newfound friend. There was a lake, a bonfire, and a bicycle polo field. Nighttime entertainment consisted of an attendee strumming a guitar at the group bonfire—a far cry from The Earthtones jamming for a circus tent full of partying mountain bikers. 

Read more about Dirt Fest HERE.

Jul 16, 2019

July 16, 2019 

Dirt Fest PA 2019 Show Page

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Harlan Price is an experienced and successful rider and instructor on the East Coast. He is the owner of TakeAim Cycling. He sits down with the guys to discuss several topics related to mountain bike instruction, including dropper posts, skills, coaching vs instruction, and more that will get you thinking about what feeling you may be missing on your next ride.

TakeAim Cycling – https://www.takeaimcycling.com/
TakeAim Cycling on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/TakeaimCycling/
TakeAim Cycling on Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/takeaimcycling/

 

ABOUT DIRT FEST

Maurice and Elaine Tierney started Dirt Rag in 1989, creating a magazine that provided an inclusive forum where readers shared their stoke for the riding, culture, and lifestyle of mountain biking. After having a great time at the legendary Jim Thorpe Mountain Bike Weekend, the pair decided that Dirt Rag was in a position to translate the magazine’s in-print stoke to an in-person “gathering of the tribe.” 

The first edition of Dirt Fest took place in 1991 at Camp Soles, a YMCA youth camp east of Pittsburgh. The original event was decidedly chill. There was no vendor expo bristling with the bleeding edge of bicycle technology. Demo rides amounted to swapping bikes with a newfound friend. There was a lake, a bonfire, and a bicycle polo field. Nighttime entertainment consisted of an attendee strumming a guitar at the group bonfire—a far cry from The Earthtones jamming for a circus tent full of partying mountain bikers. 

Read more about Dirt Fest HERE.

Jul 15, 2019

July 15, 2019 

Dirt Fest PA 2019 Show Page

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Doug Dalton joins the guys to chat about Dirt Fest, the cycling industry, and a lot more. Doug is an industry veteran who has spent time as a World Cup level mechanic, Brand Manager, SRAM Senior Brand Ambassador, and many other things. Learn more about Doug right HERE.

ABOUT DIRT FEST

Maurice and Elaine Tierney started Dirt Rag in 1989, creating a magazine that provided an inclusive forum where readers shared their stoke for the riding, culture, and lifestyle of mountain biking. After having a great time at the legendary Jim Thorpe Mountain Bike Weekend, the pair decided that Dirt Rag was in a position to translate the magazine’s in-print stoke to an in-person “gathering of the tribe.” 

The first edition of Dirt Fest took place in 1991 at Camp Soles, a YMCA youth camp east of Pittsburgh. The original event was decidedly chill. There was no vendor expo bristling with the bleeding edge of bicycle technology. Demo rides amounted to swapping bikes with a newfound friend. There was a lake, a bonfire, and a bicycle polo field. Nighttime entertainment consisted of an attendee strumming a guitar at the group bonfire—a far cry from The Earthtones jamming for a circus tent full of partying mountain bikers. 

Read more about Dirt Fest HERE.

Jul 14, 2019

July 14, 2019 

Dirt Fest PA 2019 Show Page

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Ben Welnak and Ben Hall (aka MTB Ben) sit down before the start of Dirt Rag Dirt Fest Pennsylvania and share what the experience is like so far and what to expect. 

Next episode: Doug Dalton from SRAM. 

ABOUT DIRT FEST

Maurice and Elaine Tierney started Dirt Rag in 1989, creating a magazine that provided an inclusive forum where readers shared their stoke for the riding, culture, and lifestyle of mountain biking. After having a great time at the legendary Jim Thorpe Mountain Bike Weekend, the pair decided that Dirt Rag was in a position to translate the magazine’s in-print stoke to an in-person “gathering of the tribe.” 

The first edition of Dirt Fest took place in 1991 at Camp Soles, a YMCA youth camp east of Pittsburgh. The original event was decidedly chill. There was no vendor expo bristling with the bleeding edge of bicycle technology. Demo rides amounted to swapping bikes with a newfound friend. There was a lake, a bonfire, and a bicycle polo field. Nighttime entertainment consisted of an attendee strumming a guitar at the group bonfire—a far cry from The Earthtones jamming for a circus tent full of partying mountain bikers. 

Read more about Dirt Fest HERE.

Jul 13, 2019

July 13, 2019

Dirt Rag Dirt Fest PA Show Page

This is a real quick 3 minute intro to what is coming to the Mountain Bike Radio feed. You're going to start hearing a lot of content from Dirt Rag Dirt Fest from May in Pennsylvania which was a great time. Ben Welnak and Ben Hall (aka MTB Ben from New England Dirt) were fortunate to sit down with a wide variety of guests. Then after the Pennsylvania content, you'll get some from Dirt Rag Dirt Fest from July in West Virginia. Stay tuned!

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ABOUT DIRT FEST

Maurice and Elaine Tierney started Dirt Rag in 1989, creating a magazine that provided an inclusive forum where readers shared their stoke for the riding, culture, and lifestyle of mountain biking. After having a great time at the legendary Jim Thorpe Mountain Bike Weekend, the pair decided that Dirt Rag was in a position to translate the magazine’s in-print stoke to an in-person “gathering of the tribe.” 

The first edition of Dirt Fest took place in 1991 at Camp Soles, a YMCA youth camp east of Pittsburgh. The original event was decidedly chill. There was no vendor expo bristling with the bleeding edge of bicycle technology. Demo rides amounted to swapping bikes with a newfound friend. There was a lake, a bonfire, and a bicycle polo field. Nighttime entertainment consisted of an attendee strumming a guitar at the group bonfire—a far cry from The Earthtones jamming for a circus tent full of partying mountain bikers. 

Read more about Dirt Fest HERE.

Jul 12, 2019

July 12, 2019

The Path Podcast Show Page

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

The guys have hit 100 episodes! It’s been a great “ride” for sure. They’re pushing on with this episode. You get your dose of news and then plenty of discussion about bikes. Tani warns about Strava and Nathan tells his story (quickly becoming a cautionary tale…) of his still-not-delivered Pole.

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

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RELATED SHOW LINKS

Crafts N Cranks – https://www.bigbearmountainresort.com/summer/things-to-do/events/event-detail?url=crafts-cranks&day=20&month=7&year=2019
Mt Shasta Enduro – http://www.californiaenduroseries.com/2019_mt_shasta/
Sturdy Durty – https://www.sturdydirty.com/
Juliana Maverick – https://www.julianabicycles.com/en-US/maverick
Santa Cruz Hightower – https://www.santacruzbicycles.com/en-US/hightower
Pole Bicycles – https://polebicycles.com/
Nicolai Bicycles – https://en.nicolai-bicycles.com/
The Path Podcast on YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/thepathbikeshoptustin
Get on The Path Newsletter – https://thepathbikeshop.us6.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=df59964daebd2d58a75cd52b3&id=4aa76a894b

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ABOUT THE PATH PODCAST

The Path Podcast is an entertaining and informative podcast with Nathan, Auk, Tani, and other regular guests covering many aspects of mountain biking, including technical information, listener questions, event details, and just talking bikes in general. Listen in as they take you into their passionate mountain biking minds.

To support The Path directly, you can do the following:
– You can follow the hashtag #ThePathPodcast on Instagram & Twitter
– If you’re in California, head over to the Tustin and/or Live Oak stores and say hi.
– Go to their website at thepathbikeshop.com.
– Follow The Path on social media: FacebookTwitterInstagram, YouTubePinterestVimeo

Jul 10, 2019

July 10, 2019

Just Riding Along Show Page

ABOUT THE EPISODE

Sit back and listen to the gang. They chat as they usually do. Get some tech info, advice, and some foul language. What to do, what not to do, maybe…whatever… Andrea checked out the GoPro Games, won $500, and talks about her flock. Kenny PUSHES Matt over the edge.

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LISTENER QUESTIONS

– Mark needs help with a fork for his daughter
– Ned in Tennessee loves his current bike but now has started racing
– Peter L has a carbon rim job

If you would like to ask a question, please send an email title JRA Question to jra@mountainbikeradio.com. 

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LISTENER CONTRIBUTIONS

Jul 9, 2019

July 9, 2019

New England Dirt Show Page

ABOUT THE EPISODE

MTB Ben headed out to a New England High School Cycling Association (NEHSCA) race and had the opportunity to sit down with several people to chat about what it’s all about. Listen in to hear from racers and parents and get an idea of what the high school scene is like in the Northeast.

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THANKS FOR THE SUPPORT OF THIS EPISODE

Papa Wheelie’s Bike Shop – https://www.papa-wheelies.com/

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Music by Addison Chase

Check out his band Dressed For The Occasion: www.dftomusic.com
On Instagram @dftomusic

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RELATED SHOW LINKS

Big River Ringers: http://nehsca.com/portfolio-view/big-river-ringers/
Bobcats: http://nehsca.com/portfolio-view/bobcats/
Burlingame Badgers: http://nehsca.com/portfolio-view/burlingame-badgers/
Chain Gang: http://nehsca.com/portfolio-view/chain-gang/
Charles River Rats: http://nehsca.com/portfolio-view/image-format/
Swamp Yankees: http://nehsca.com/portfolio-view/swamp-yankees/
Wild Ones: http://nehsca.com/portfolio-view/wild-ones/

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MOUNTAIN BIKE RADIO LINKS

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Jul 3, 2019

July 3, 2019

Just Riding Along Show Page

ABOUT THE EPISODE

There is a lot of brake discussion and they bust through several questions for your pleasure. They are going to start getting caught up very soon. Stay tuned!

 

LISTENER QUESTIONS

– Chris from Australia is wondering about brake rotors
– Boris wants new brakes for $200
– Ed from Denver has been arguing about personal things
– Patrick recommends Diaz Suspension Design
– Wes from FLO-Rida recommends some pens
– Greg wants his first mountain bike
– David Clark is deciding on bikes
– Mike Smith is asking about Guide brakes recall
– Garrett is awesome and wants to know about grips
– Heather M is wondering about wheel sizes and is looking for a trail bike

If you would like to ask a question, please send an email title JRA Question to jra@mountainbikeradio.com. 

LISTENER CONTRIBUTIONS

– Heather from Michigan gave $25
– Kevin L from Florida gave $100
– Alec from Minnesota gave $25
– Greg from California gave $25

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RELATED SHOW LINKS

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Mountain Bike Radio Facebook Page – https://www.facebook.com/MountainBikeRadio
Andrea’s Twitter – https://twitter.com/BrickhouseMTB
Matt’s Twitter – https://twitter.com/Beanpolematt
Kenny’s Twitter – https://twitter.com/NoFullFaceKenny

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Jul 2, 2019

July 2, 2019

New England Dirt Show Page

ABOUT THE EPISODE

MTB Ben is joined by Brian Forestal, president of the Blackstone Chapter of NEMBA, Bill Dakai (day key) The Consigliary VP of the chapter, and Craig Hasenstab who is the GM of Papa Wheelies in Natick and the Marketing Guru for Papa Wheelies and Back Bay Bicycles. They cover a lot of bases about the Chapter, NEMBA, and more with some good stories and experiences.

Blackstone Valley NEMBA Mission

The mission of Blackstone Valley NEMBA is to promote sustainable mountain biking in the suburbs west of Boston and Worcester County and to organize a variety of fun rides and events for our members. We work with land managers and perform trail maintenance to increase the quantity and quality of terrain available to bicycles. Vietnam is one of our key riding areas, but we all offer a weekly rides on various trails in the area, so come join us.

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THANKS FOR THE SUPPORT OF THIS EPISODE

Papa Wheelie’s Bike Shop – https://www.papa-wheelies.com/

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Music by Addison Chase

Check out his band Dressed For The Occasion: www.dftomusic.com
On Instagram @dftomusic

RELATED SHOW LINKS

Blackstone Valley NEMBA – https://www.nemba.org/chapters/bvnemba
Blackstone Valley NEMBA on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/groups/bvnemba/
Blackstone Valley NEMBA on Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/blackstone_valley_nemba/
NEMBA – https://www.nemba.org/
Email Brian – captainbri1@gmail.com

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