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Mountain Bike Radio is THE voice of mountain biking. Mountain Bike Radio is a podcast network dedicated to off road cycling. Show hosts from around the United States and worldwide bring you unique programming covering all aspects of your favorite sport of mountain biking. We discuss racing, current events, and anything in the mountain biking world. From the average joe to the top pro and from short track to multiday adventures, we aim to bring the world of mountain biking to you. It's mountain bike talk from mountain bikers, for mountain bikers. http://www.mountainbikeradio.com
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May 26, 2017

May 26, 2017

Inside Mountain Bike Radio Show Page

 

ABOUT THIS EPISODE:

Ben and Matt have been making moves, literally. Tune in to the first (and possibly only) episode recorded from inside a moving vehicle. The gang is on the way to the WEMS Series Stump Farm 100 and want to catch you up on what is going on with MBR. As always, hope you enjoy and don't hesitate to let us know if you have any questions.

Is there a particular thing about Inside MBR you want to hear? If so, let us know at info@mountainbikeradio.com.

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WEMS Series

CAMBA Trails

Kwik Trip

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Apr 10, 2017

April 9, 2017

Inside Mountain Bike Radio Show Page

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Matt gets Ben on a hot mic to sit him down and pick his brain. Tune in to take a ride through Ben’s noggin and get an insider perspective on some of the things that make him tick. There are a few AHA moments that show how MBR has evolved over time and points to where things are going. The show wraps up with a different segment recorded by Matt and Andrea on some big news they have. Tune in for an insider look into MBR.

Is there a particular thing about Inside MBR you want to hear? If so, let us know at info@mountainbikeradio.com.

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Shop via our Amazon Affiliate Link

Go to the Mountain Bike Radio Store

“That Episode” of Fatbike Life

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Mountain Bike Radio on Instagram

Mountain Bike Radio on Youtube

Mar 14, 2016

March 13, 2016

Inside MBR Show Page

ABOUT THE EPISODE

Travis Brown joins the show to discuss a variety of topics, including his entrance into the pro ranks of mountain biking, working his way up to and competing in the 2000 Sydney Olympics, and his thoughts on the current Sustainable Trail Coalition and IMBA discussion. He also shares some insight into his development role at Trek and gets geeky on bikes.

Travis was inducted into the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame in 2006 and continues to be an integral part of the cycling industry through his product development and testing, advocacy, and being a very competitive racer at several distances. He’s also a husband and a father.

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

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RELATED SHOW LINKS

Travis Brown - Mountain Bike Hall of Fame

Sustainable Trails Coalition

International Mountain Bicycling Association

Travis Brown Interview on Athlete on Fire

Travis Brown on Twitter

Trek Stache

Trek Bikes

Email Ben

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Dec 1, 2015

December 1, 2015

Ben gives a quick update of what you can expect on Mountain Bike Radio and what's new in the world of MBR. 

Be sure to keep tuning in because a lot of content is coming and changes are in the air and on the site. 

We appreciate feedback and hope that you take the time to leave a review or consider becoming a member.

Thank you for everyone's support so far! 

Nov 12, 2015

Ben interviews Kent Adams, owner of Wild Cat Groomers, about the upcoming Fat Bike at the Barn fundraiser in Cable, Wisconsin. They discuss Kent's history, fundraiser details, and some of what is happening in the area. Listeners gain a little insight into the plans and goals of the area groups and volunteers to create 40-50 miles of groomed winter singletrack. The snow will be flying soon, so listen in!

The group expects that over 150 people will attend and they ask that you RSVP. If you would like to help them establish a premiere winter fatbiking destination, please consider donating by clicking HERE

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

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Fat Bike at the Barn Information

Wild Cat Groomers on Facebook

Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association Website

Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association Facebook Page

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Oct 27, 2015

Danielle Musto joins the show to discuss her experience at the 2015 Marji Gesick 100, working with a new kids group called the Grand Rapids Dirt Dawgs, and how the Dirt Dawgs have changed her perspective on riding and life. Danielle shares some info about her race, gear setup, and offers some tips for anyone looking to race the Marji Gesick in 2016. 

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

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RELATED SHOW LINKS:

Danielle's Blog

Danielle on Twitter

Grand Rapids Dirt Dawgs Website

Grand Rapids Dirt Dawgs on Facebook

Marji Gesick 100 Website

Marji Gesick 100 Facebook Page

Marji Gesick 100 Registration

Range Area Mountain Bike Association

Great Lakes Fatbike Series Website

Great Lakes Fatbike Series Facebook Page

Become a Mountain Bike Radio Member

Jul 29, 2015

July 29, 2015

 

Jason and Chris of Trail Genius join the show to share information about their unique company. They've always been dabbling with interactive videos and web content and then took it to the next level over the last several years. Now, Trail Genius is mapping events such as the Leadville 100 and the Chequamegon 40 and mapping unique areas such as Peninsula State Park in Wisconsin for visitor bureaus. Listen in to hear all about the site and get some behind the scenes stories about building a fun and unique business.

 

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

 

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About Trail Genius:

 

Trail Genius is a service for all things mapping related.  Think of us as a "digital trail solution."  Whether you’re a small club with a single trail system, an event director for a marathon, or a large company representing a collection of trails or races across multiple locations, we can help.  We can work with you to enhance your online or paper map presence, or we can execute the entire mapping project for you.  No matter what your budget, we will strive to meet your mapping needs.

 

EPISODE SPONSOR:

 

Revolution Cycle and Ski

Email Revolution Cycle and Ski at sales@revolutioncycleandski.com

 

RELATED SHOW LINKS:

 

Trail Genius Website

Trail Genius Facebook

Trail Genius Youtube

Trail Genius Twitter

Trail Genius Instagram

Trail Genius on Flickr

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Jul 7, 2015

 

Sven Cole has ridden the 24 Hours of Great Glen 18 of the last 19 years and will make this his 19th year. He joins the show to share thoughts and stories about what he has learned and experienced over the history of the race.

 

The 24 Hours of Great Glen is 24 & 12-hour mountain bike race wrapped into a weekend-long mountain bike festival. Hardcore racers tackle the singletrack and carriage roads while families enjoy the festival games and 24 Minutes of Great Glen kids’ race and everyone enjoys the atmosphere. The race is entering it's 20th and final year! If you've been thinking about racing it and just haven't pulled the trigger, this is your final opportunity.

 

Register for the 24 Hours of Great Glen

 

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

 

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RELATED SHOW LINKS:

24 Hours of Great Glen Website

24 Hours of Great Glen Facebook

Register for the 24 Hours of Great Glen

Become a Mountain Bike Radio Member

 

Jun 5, 2015

June 5, 2015

 

The X100 director, John Kolarevic, joins the show to discuss this year's X100 on Saturday, August 29th in Traverse City, Michigan. He shares his experience, how the race came to be, and full information about the race. If you've been looking for a mountain bike race that offers a challenge, as well as a full event experience that offers something for everyone in a premier mountain biking and outdoors experience, listen in as John gives you all the details.

 

Mountain Bike Radio listeners get 20% OFF until July 1st! Use code "mtbradio2015" at registration.

 

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

 

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RELATED SHOW LINKS:

X100 Website

X100 Facebook

X100 YouTube Channel

X100 on Flickr

Register for the X100

Become a Mountain Bike Radio Member

Jun 1, 2015

A quick update with a clip from a new host of an upcoming new show on Mountain Bike Radio. Andrea Pirkey will be joining the group with a unique women's perspective that should bring some valuable information to everyone, including beginners and women. 

Stay tuned!

To find out more about Andrea, check her out here:

Andrea's Blog

Andrea on Instagram

Andrea on Singletracks.com

Dirty Jane Profile

 

If you're interested in seeing Mountain Bike Radio continue and grow, become a member today:

Mountain Bike Radio Membership

 

May 19, 2015

EPISODE SPONSOR:

 

The Grand Junction Off-Road - May 29-31, Grand Junction, Colorado

Epic Rides

Intro music: Dearly Departed by Shakey Graves - Provided by Epic Rides

 

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Rick Plite and Scott TenCate join the show to discuss the very popular Barry Roubaix Killer Gravel Road Race, the upcoming Lumberjack 100, and their new Fargo Sub-48 bikepacking adventure. It's a great look behind the scenes of the events and gives listeners an appreciation of the race director perspective.

 

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

 

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Barry Roubaix Website

Barry Roubaix Facebook

Barry Roubaix Twitter

Barry Roubaix Instagram

Lumberjack 100 Website

Lumberjack 100 Facebook

Lumberjack 100 Twitter

Fargo Sub-48 Website

Fargo Sub-48 Facebook

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May 17, 2015

May 16, 2015

Todd Sadow joins the show to discuss Epic Rides. He shares information about the recent Whiskey Off Road in Prescott, Arizona that was April 24-26, and he gets listeners up-to-date on the status and future of Epic Rides, including a mini-announcement about some big future growth. Then Todd gives listeners a full rundown about the upcoming Grand Junction Off Road in Grand Junction, Colorado on May 29-31. He also gives listeners $10 of registration! Listen in to find out how to save.

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

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Intro music: Dearly Departed by Shakey Graves - Provided by Epic Rides

The Grand Junction Off-Road - May 29-31, Grand Junction, Colorado

Grand Junction Off-Road Facebook

Grand Junction Off-Road Registration (Use code "MBR" at checkout for $10 off)

Epic Rides Website

Epic Rides Facebook

Epic Rides Twitter

Epic Rides on Vimeo

Grand Junction Art and Music Festival

Downtown Grand Junction

Become a Mountain Bike Radio Member

 

May 12, 2015

EPISODE SPONSOR:

The Grand Junction Off-Road - May 29-31, Grand Junction, Colorado

Epic Rides

 

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If you're no stranger to Mountain Bike Radio, you'll recognize Carrie Cheadle. She has done a show with tips on mental skills training and offered listeners some great insight into improving their riding and life in general. In this episode Carrie joins host, Ben, to catch up and discuss thoughts on how to approach a situation where life gives you a less than perfect situation and you're forced to execute "Plan B." 

 

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

 

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RELATED SHOW LINKS:

 

Listen to Carrie's previous shows on Mountain Bike Radio

Carrie's book: "On Top of Your Game"

Carrie Cheadle's Website

Carrie Cheadle on Facebook

Carrie Cheadle on Twitter

Carrie on LinkedIn

Become a Mountain Bike Radio Member

Intro music: Dearly Departed by Shakey Graves - Provided by Epic Rides

 

Apr 11, 2015

EPISODE SPONSOR:

 

The Whiskey Off-Road - April 24-26, Prescott, Arizona

The Grand Junction Off-Road - May 29-31, Grand Junction, Colorado

Epic Rides

 

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Mark Sirek of Salsa Cycles recently released a post on the Salsa Cycles Culture Blog called "Location Sensors: An Essay." In the post, he encourages cyclists to pick their heads up off their bars, move their eyes away from their gps screens, pull out the earbuds, and experience the world around us. Listen in to hear the audio version of that post as Mark reads his writing for you.

 

"Remember and work to replicate and build on that feeling of freedom we all felt the first time we rode somewhere, away from home. On that ride, even familiar places had new sights, sounds, and smells because we arrived exposed and free to absorb it all. The thing that hooked us all was about far more than the bike. Now think about all the other rides you’ve been on, and some of the particulars you may have missed. Go back if you can. Keep your eyes and ears open. Taste the “world famous” dish a town is known for, and wonder why if it’s weird. Keep asking questions."

 

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RELATED SHOW LINKS:

 

Read the written version of "Location Sensors: An Essay"

Salsa Cycles Culture Blog

Salsa Cycles Website

Salsa Cycles on Instagram

Salsa Cycles on Twitter 

Salsa Cycles on Facebook

Salsa Cycles on Youtube

Become a Mountain Bike Radio Member

If you have an idea for a guest or would like to be on yourself, please contact Ben at Ben@Mountainbikeradio.com

 

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About the author: Mark Sirek

 

I had to live on both coasts a couple of times to realize that maybe being born in the Midwest wasn’t just arbitrary. I’m drawn to the terrain here, and if you catch me with one of this region’s supreme IPAs in hand, I’ll talk your ear off about my favorite spots. I’ll always take every opportunity though to explore every nook and cranny anywhere I can on a bike, because that’s what makes me feel most alive.

 

Mar 25, 2015

Keith Darner of Chocolate Bunny Productions joins the podcast to discuss the new 2015 Monarch Crest Enduro in Salida, Colorado on October 2nd-4th. The Monarch Crest Enduro (MCE) is a backcountry enduro in 5 stages with 14,000 feet of timed descending. All five stages start above 10,200 feet, with Stage 3 starting at 12,600 feet.

Keith shares his background and his history in the cycling world. He has been riding and racing mountain bikes since 1984. With the help of a little trouble, he began volunteering with the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic in 1991. Keith has also coached Fort Lewis College to three national mountain bike championships. As the former race director of the Mountain States Cup Series and the creator and director of the Big Mountain Enduro series, Keith brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to his events.

 

 

If you have an idea for a guest or would like to be on yourself, please contact Ben at Ben@Mountainbikeradio.com.

 

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RELATED SHOW LINKS:

 

Monarch Crest Enduro - http://www.chocolatebunnyproductions.com/monarch-crest-enduro.html

Chocolate Bunny Productions - http://www.chocolatebunnyproductions.com/

Chocolate Bunny Productions Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ChocolateBunnyProductions 

Great race summary by Singletracks.com - http://www.singletracks.com/blog/mtb-events/monarch-crest-enduro-best-colorado-enduro-of-2015/

Monarch Crest Trail - http://www.singletracks.com/bike-trails/monarch-crest-trail.html

Become a Mountain Bike Radio Member - http://www.mountainbikeradio.com/membership/

Contact Ben - Ben@mountainbikeradio.com

 

 

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Mar 10, 2015

From March 15-22nd, 2015, Ben Schreiber and his LinearSport MTB/Trek teammate, Ryan Rollins, will be traveling to South Africa to compete in the largest, most grueling, multi-day stage mountain bike race in the world, The Absa Cape Epic. Ben joins the show to discuss the upcoming adventure and shares his cycling background and his thoughts about the trip.

 

If you have an idea for a guest or would like to be on yourself, please contact Ben at Ben@Mountainbikeradio.com.

 

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RELATED SHOW LINKS:

 

Absa Cape Epic - http://www.cape-epic.com/

Ryan and Ben's Cape Epic Gofundme - http://www.gofundme.com/hasso4

Become a Mountain Bike Radio Member - http://www.mountainbikeradio.com/membership/

Contact Ben  Ben@mountainbikeradio.com

Feb 24, 2015

Founder, director, and current rider of The Underground Project, Casey Hildebrandt, joins the show to discuss what the group is all about and what lies ahead for team.

 

Founded in 2015, The Underground Project is a development cycling team, based in Wisconsin, that aims to fill the void with development opportunities within the United States. Casey Hildebrandt launched The Underground Project to raise the bar of development cycling teams and support young cyclists who need it most. Due to a continual lack of support with off-road disciplines of cycling, specifically in the Midwest region, he finally formed the Underground Project after years of thought and preparation.  

 

The formation of The Underground Project stems from combined, interacting passions of bicycles and working with children and adolescents. Hildebrandt strives not only to raise the bar for developmental cycling teams, but to give back to the community by providing opportunities for youth to succeed, both, on and off the bike. His current and future career provide him with a unique understanding, skillset, capacity, and approach of how to successfully implement and direct The Underground Project.

 

If you have an idea for a guest or would like to be on yourself, please contact Ben at Ben@Mountainbikeradio.com.

 

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Email Casey - the_underground_project@yahoo.com

The Underground Project website - http://theundrgrndproj.weebly.com/

The Underground Project Facebook Page - https://www.facebook.com/TheUndrgrndProj?_rdr

The Underground Project Twitter - https://twitter.com/TheUndrgrndProj

Become a Mountain Bike Radio Member - http://www.mountainbikeradio.com/membership/

Contact Ben  Ben@mountainbikeradio.com

 

Feb 4, 2015

Jesse LaLonde joins the show to share his thoughts about mountain biking, fatbikes, and working for Twin Six. Jesse has taken the win at the last two Fatbike Frozen Forty races and, in this episode, he shares why he considers it one of the best fatbike races in the Midwest.

Listeners get the unique opportunity to hear a down-to-earth perspective from someone who enjoys the ride and truly loves and appreciates the experiences along the way, whether it's at the front of the race or alone on the tree-lined trails of the Northwoods. 

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RELATED SHOW LINKS:

 

Twin Six Website - http://www.twinsix.com/

Twin Six on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TwinSix

Twin Six on Twitter - https://twitter.com/TWINSIX

Twin Six on Instagram - http://instagram.com/twinsix/

Twin Six Bikes - http://www.twinsix.com/gear/bikes

Jesse LaLonde on Instagram - http://instagram.com/j_lalonde/

Fatbike Frozen Forty Website - http://frozen40.com/

Fatbike Frozen Forty Registration - http://frozen40.com/registration/

Fatbike Frozen Forty Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/fatbikefrozenforty

Become a Mountain Bike Radio Member - http://www.mountainbikeradio.com/membership/


Contact Mark   mark@mountainbikeradio.com

Contact Ben  Ben@mountainbikeradio.com

 

 

Feb 3, 2015

Neko Mulally joins special Inside MBR guest host, Mark Stover (host of The Last Aid Station). Neko discusses his road to the pro downhill scene, his thoughts about his new training grounds, training, injuries, racing, and a lot more great insight into racing at the World Cup level.

 

Listen in as he shares his 2015 season plans, his new team, and what it's like to be a pro downhill mountain biker.

 

If you have an idea for a guest or would like to be on yourself, please contact Ben at Ben@Mountainbikeradio.com.

 

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Neko Mulally  http://nekomulally.com/#home

Gstaad - Scott Racing Team  http://gstaad-scott.com/

Gstaad Resort  http://www.gstaad.ch/

Scott Bicycles  http://www.scott-sports.com/us/en/

Fox  http://www.ridefox.com/

Shimano  http://bike.shimano.com/

Velosolutions  http://www.velosolutions.ch/en/

DT Swiss Wheels  http://www.dtswiss.com/Wheels

Syncros Components  http://www.syncros.com/syncros/us/en/

Deda Components  http://dedaelementi.com/WEBSITE/index.php/en/

Oskar Blues Brewing  http://www.oskarblues.com/

REEB Ranch/The Bike Farm  http://www.bikefarmpisgah.com/

 

Contact Mark   mark@mountainbikeradio.com

Contact Ben  Ben@mountainbikeradio.com

Jan 28, 2015

In this episode, Ben is joined by Marilyn Price, the Founding Director of Trips for Kids. They discuss Marilyn's personal history, the history of Trips for Kids, and the Trips for Kids mission, who it helps, and how to get involved. Marilyn has combined a strong passion for her mission, a strong work ethic, and many years of experience to create a unique organization that has helped thousands of kids over the years and continues to change lives.

 

If you have an idea for a guest or would like to be on yourself, please contact Ben at Ben@Mountainbikeradio.com.

 

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RELATED SHOW LINKS:

 

Trips for Kids Website

Trips for Kids on Facebook

Trips for Kids on Twitter

Contact Trips for Kids

Email Trips for Kids

Become a Mountain Bike Radio Member

 

About Trips for Kids

 

Trips For Kids has 80 chapters operating in the US, Canada and Israel, opening the world of cycling to over 100,000 at-risk youth since 1988. Trips for Kids youth biking program is a non-profit, volunteer organization that provides mountain biking outings and environmental education for kids who would not otherwise be exposed to these types of activities. Using bicycles as the vehicle, our goal is to combine lessons in personal responsibility, achievement, and environmental awareness through the development of practical skills and by simply having fun.

 

 

17th Annual Meet the Mt. Bike Pioneers Fundraiser

 

Day: Sunday, February 8

Time: 3:00 - 6:00pm

Location: The NEW Marin Museum of Bicycling mapquest: http://mapq.st/1vzSqbR

We're inviting all our friends to the 17th annual "Meet the Mountain Biking Pioneers". For the first time ever meet our own homegrown MTB pioneers in the new home of the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame. Join us on Sunday, February 8 from 3pm - 6pm at the Marin Museum of Bicycling 1966 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., Fairfax This year's fundraising party will support Trips for Kids (TFK) and the Marin Museum of Bicycling (MMB) . We hope that you, your families, friends and co-workers will come out and enjoy the afternoon with us! 

 

Come meet mountain bike pioneers such as Gary Fisher, Joe Breeze, Ned Overend, Tom Ritchey, Scot Nicol, Juli Furtado, Otis Guy, Charles Kelly, Ross Shafer, Steve Potts, Chris Chance, Mert Lawwill, Rick Sutton, Mark Slate, Maurice Tierney and Dave Garoutte. 


Admission will be $5 (in advance, for museum members; $7 on day of), and $10 for non-members ($12 on day of).   Pre-Event Admission is available online , or at Re-Cyclery: 610 Fourth Street, San Rafael, CA.  Appetizers will be provided.  Long-time supporter Noah Berry, proprietor of the Broken Drum Brewery, has donated additional beer to the event that will be available for purchase. All proceeds go to support TFK and MMB.

 

Incredible bike-related prizes will also be raffled throughout the afternoon. The grand prize is a 2014 Jamis Dakota D29 Sport mountain bike (retail value $1050) donated by Jamis Bicycles but there will be tons of other great raffle prizes. A silent auction will include items such as a 2015 Bobcat Trail 7.4 mountain bike (retail value $750) donated by Marin Bikes.

 

Jan 27, 2015

In this episode, Ben is joined by Bill Fleming of 9:ZERO:7 Fatbikes. They discuss Bill's personal history in winter cycling, the history of 9:ZERO:7 and Fatbikes.com, as well as fatbikes and fatbiking in general. 

 

If you'd like to hear from one of the pioneers of the current fatbike industry and get some insight into what 9:ZERO:7 is all about, have a listen!

 

Be sure to check out the Fatbike Frozen Forty on Saturday, February 14 in Maple Grove, Minnesota! 

 

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RELATED SHOW LINKS:

 

9:ZERO:7 Website

9:ZERO:7 on Twitter

9:ZERO:7 on Facebook

Email 9:ZERO:7 - info@907bikes.com

Fatbikes.com

Fatbike Frozen Forty

Snow Epic

Become a Mountain Bike Radio Member

 

If you have an idea for a guest or would like to be on yourself, please contact Ben at Ben@Mountainbikeradio.com.

Jan 6, 2015

Christopher Kelly of Nourish Balance Thrive joins the show to share his story and provide listeners with an understanding of how he can help. Christopher had trained and ate himself into an unhealthy life. The constant training and poor diet left him facing the choice of either medication and surgery or taking matters into his own hands and making significant changes. 

 

Important items to consider after listening to this episode:

1. When was the last time you were walking down the street and saw someone that you had to have sex with right then and there?!

 

2. How many times do you get up to pee at night?

 

Email us and let us know your thoughts!

 

If you have an idea for a guest or would like to be on yourself, please contact Ben at Ben@Mountainbikeradio.com. 

 

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ABOUT CHRISTOPHER:

 

Hailing from England, Christopher graduated in 2000 with a first-class degree in Computer Science from Southampton University. From there he went on work for Yahoo! in London, and in 2003 they were kind enough to offer him the opportunity to move to San Francisco. Christopher then when on to work as a software engineer for a quantitative hedge fund.

 

Christopher has always loved riding, but once resident in sunny California he quickly found himself spending more and more time on the bike. Initially he enjoyed a significant improvement fitness, but as time went by, his health began to deteriorate. He continued to became extremely competitive and very sick, and now knows that the root cause of much of his decline was diet.

 

Christopher solved his health problems and rose through the ranks of amateur mountain biking, and last year the international governing body of cycling granted him a Pro license. He achieved this using his engineering smarts; all the information is out there, all that was required was a careful analysis of the complex arrangement of moving parts.

 

Now in 2014, through management of diet, rest, exercise, stress reduction and supplementation Christopher has achieved a new optimal level of health and fitness. He looks forward to helping you find yours too.

 

Both he and his wife, Julie, are graduates of the Kalish Institute and early in 2014 he qualified as a Certified FDN Practitioner.

 

 

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ABOUT NOURISH BALANCE THRIVE:

 

Nourish Balance Thrive offers a holistic system that integrates the latest in modern scientific testing with age-old natural health solutions for weight loss, fatigue, depression, digestive problems and hormone imbalances.

 

Through the implementation of simple lifestyle changes and the use of individualized, lab-based supplement programs, you will achieve your unique solution for optimal health.

 

(Read more about Nourish Balance Thrive)

 

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RELATED SHOW LINKS:

 

Email Christopher

Nourish Balance Thrive Website

Nourish Balance Thrive Facebook

Nourish Balance Thrive Twitter

Nourish Balance Thrive Podcast

Nourish Balance Thrive Podcast Episode with Lee McCormack

Become a Mountain Bike Radio Member

Email Ben

Dec 19, 2014

This episode is a little something different. Ben turns a post he did for XXC Magazine in 2011 into audio. In it, he shares the story of his reflection on a race experience in Arizona in December of 2011 that reminded him of the meaning of XXC and endurance to him, both then and now. What does endurance mean to you? 

 

If you have an idea for a guest or would like to be on yourself, please contact Ben at Ben@Mountainbikeradio.com. 

 

We also have advertising opportunities available. Please contact us about advertising at info@mountainbikeradio.com.

 

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RELATED SHOW LINKS:

 

Dawn to Dusk Website

XXCMag.com Post

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Dec 16, 2014

Nikki McComsey, Executive Director, and Daniel Byrd, Program Director, of Kids on Bikes join the show to discuss the organization, including the history, past and current projects, the current matching fundraising campaign, and how they help support and transform kids' lives through bikes. This is a great episode that reminds all of us that there is more to the cycling community than just the newest and shiniest objects and the fastest racers.

 

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We also have advertising opportunities available if you would like to promote your race. Please contact us about advertising at info@mountainbikeradio.com.

 

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ABOUT KIDS ON BIKES:

 

"Kids on Bikes mission is to inspire and empower all kids to lead healthy, active and happy lives through biking.

 

The freedom, joy, health and friendship that come from exploring your neighborhood by bike is one many of us cherish.   In addition there are tremendous health benefits from riding your bike everyday.  We want to make biking possible for kids from all walks of life, regardless of income.  We believe that by transforming communities, one neighborhood at a time, we can make an incredible impact in the lives of children.  Our top three priorities that will allow all children to own and ride a bike are to provide access to rideable bikes, to empower children in bike safety and to encourage kids and families to ride more frequently through organized events.

 

Make a decision to help. We are offering a simple solution to bring the joy, health, freedom and confidence that comes from riding a bike.  For $300 (or $25 per month), you can sponsor a child to go through the Let’s Pedal earn-a-bike program where they participate in 10 weeks of hands on bike riding and at the end earn a new bike, helmet, lock and pump."

 

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Kids on Bikes Website

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Contribute to Kids on Bikes 

About Nikki and Daniel

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Email Nikki McComsey

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Nov 29, 2014

Greg Heil, the Editor in Chief of Singletracks.com, gives listeners an awesome special episode on MBR! He reads a recent post he wrote on Singletracks.com called "Why Mountain Bikers Are the Most Fanatical." If you find your mind wandering toward mountain biking at random times, you may be one of the fanatics. Listen to find out why mountain biking is not a hobby, but an actual lifestyle.

 

If you have an idea for a topic, guest, or an idea for a show, please contact Ben at Ben@Mountainbikeradio.com. 

 

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ABOUT GREG HEIL:

"My name is Greg Heil, and I am the Editor in Chief for Singletracks.com. I've been mountain biking seriously since 2005, and I love to travel and ride new trails. My travels have taken me across the United States multiple times. To date (November 2013), I have ridden hundreds of different trails in 18 different states, and am adding more singletrack to my trail resume every year! I enjoy all types of mountain biking, from ultra endurance cross country all the way up to chair lift-accessed downhill runs."

 

RELATED SHOW LINKS:

Full post of "Why Mountain Bikers Are the Most Fanatical"

Singletracks Website

Singletracks Facebook

Singletracks Twitter

Singletracks Instagram

Singletracks Google+

Singletracks Youtube

Email Greg Heil - greg@singletracks.com 

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