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Jul 28, 2015

Mark is joined by a very special guest. Todd Wells is one of the best US mountain bikers in history. He is a 4x USAC Marathon Mtb National Champion, 4x USAC Short Track Mtb National Champion, 3x USAC Cross Country Mtb National Champion, 3x USAC Cyclocross National Champion, 2x Collegiate National Champion, 2x Leadville 100 winner, and much more. Mark interviews Todd and they discuss his career - past, current, and future.

 

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. 

 

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About Todd:

 

"Todd Wells was born December 25, 1975 in Kingston, N.Y. He fell in love with the bicycle at an early age starting with BMX from the age of five through sixteen. After graduating high school he picked up his first mountain bike and has been on a tear ever since. He found his way out to Durango, CO where he attended Fort Lewis College and began a pursuit of his career in cycling. Wells won two Cross Country Mountain Bike Collegiate titles for Fort Lewis College and the inaugural Semi Pro NORBA National Series title in 1996 before taking a break from his studies to become a full time professional cyclist with the Specialized Mountain Dew team.

 

His initial professional career was short lived as he decided to hang up his wheels at the end of the 1998 season and finish his collegiate studies at the University of Arizona. In 2000 he graduated from the University of Arizona with a B.S. in Management Information Systems and immediately started working for I.B.M., a company he interned with during his time as a student. Wells quickly realized that being a bike racer was better then having a “real” job and started training once again with his sights set on returning to the professional ranks. Some good results landed him a contract with the Mongoose Hyundai team and he was back on the circuit full time by the end of 2001.

 

By 2008 he was back where he started with the Specialized team and his results seem to get better with age. He has won fourteen National Championship titles across four disciplines. In 2011 he took on some endurance races and racked up wins in both the Leadville 100 and La Ruta de Los Conquistadors.

 

2012 might have been his best season yet with his third trip to the Olympic Games where he placed a career best 10th. He also managed to win his second PROXCT series title, second Pan American Championship title and stood on the podium at the Windham World Cup.

 

When Todd isn’t racing all over the world you can find him in one of three places; hanging out with his wife Meg, son Cooper and dog Winston, grinding it out on the golf course or hitting the dirt jump trails around Durango or Tucson, AZ."

Jul 28, 2015

They don't have any guests this week....but they get into several listener questions, Matt rants about high drivers and customers, and you get a dropper post discussion. Matt thinks he's going to be a podcast rockstar.

 

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

 

A huge thanks to this week's supporters!

  • Conor Mcdonald of Washington gave $10

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SHOW SEGMENTS:

 

Listener Emails:

Connor from Washington asks about dropper posts.

Matt from Australia is checking back on his Santa Cruz 5010.

Phil asks about greeting women on the trail.

 

Matt's Crabby Scale: (On a scale of 1 to 10, 5 being the crabbiest)

Tired. Done. Cranky.

 

Jul 22, 2015

Special guest, Steve Domahidy, joins the crew in house and brings a great mix of knowledge and goofiness. Steve was a co-founder of Niner Bikes and is the owner of his own brand, Domahidy Designs. Domahidy is a boutique bicycle company making titanium and steel mountain bikes and carbon road bikes. Listen in as Andrea, Kenny, and Matt answer listener questions, ask Steve questions, and generally just hang out.

 

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

 

A huge thanks to this week's supporters!

  • Noah Hawk of Maryland gave $50
  • Randy Simonson of Illinois gave $50

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SHOW SEGMENTS:

 

Listener Emails:

Nathan from Michigan is asking about wheel advice for a bigger guy.

Ben from North Dakota asks for their favorite and least favorite customers.

 

Matt's Crabby Scale: (On a scale of 1 to 10, 5 being the crabbiest)

He's still happy!

 

RELATED SHOW LINKS:

 

Domahidy Designs Website

Domahidy Designs Facebook Page

Domahidy Designs on Instagram

Steve Domahidy on Twitter

Buy a Just Riding Along Tshirt

Buy a Just Riding Along Mug

Become a Mountain Bike Radio member

Brickhouse Racing Website

Brickhouse Racing Facebook Page

Brickhouse Racing Instagram

Mountain Bike Radio Facebook Page

Andrea's Twitter

Matt's Twitter

Kenny's Twitter

 

About Steve:

 

"My name is Steve Domahidy. I am the co-founder of Niner Bikes and was the head of R&D for that company until 2011. I hold five US Patents, including the CVA suspension patent for Niner’s suspension design (US Patent # 7,934,739) with several more pending. Either directly, or under my supervision as head of R&D, I designed every single Niner frame, culminating in the Rip 9 RDO as the final bike I worked on before departing the company. My designs with Niner have won two IF Design awards and two Gold IF Design Awards, the most prestigious award given by the IF Design award body, as well as a myriad of other ride awards from around the world.

 

In 2011, after leaving Niner, I began working on a revolutionary new road bike design with Factor Bikes, a new UK based brand from parent company bf1Systems, an engineering and design firm working in Formula 1 racing, aerospace, and other automotive markets. I designed their new production frame, the Vis Vires, from the ground up, incorporating some of the design elements from their original concept bike, the Factor001. It was the most challenging project I’ve ever worked on, and has been launched with praise from press around the world for it’s forward thinking design, total integration, incredible ride, and advanced onboard technology. The Vis Vires is already starting to rack up awards, winning a coveted Gold IF Design Award at the 2013 Eurobike show and a d&i Award for design at the 2014 Taipei Bike Show. I am extremely proud of the work I’ve done thus far with Factor Bikes.

 

While the Vis Vires was coming to fruition, my mountain bike roots started to creep back into my system, infecting it with a desire to play on the dirt again. So, slowly but diligently, Domahidy Designs was born. I never thought Domahidy would make a good brand name, but I started playing around with it in Illustrator and came up with a brand identity that I could get behind; one that looked great, and placed emphasis on design rather than the name itself. It is a name, after all, that I believe in.

 

So every Domahidy Designs frame will be signed off by me. That is my seal of approval and also my guarantee to you that you will love your bike. If you don’t? Call me or email me, and I’ll make sure you’re taken care of, personally.

I am, and will always be, a kid at heart. One who loves to ride bikes. This is a passion, and one that I have been incredibly lucky to be successful in. I have the best job in the world: to design bikes that I want to ride, and in the process gain joy beyond measure in being able to share that passion with others who love to ride the same bikes. It is at once fulfilling and humbling to know that people around the world are already having a blast on bikes I’ve created, and Domahidy Designs will continue on that success."

 

 

 

 

 

Steve Domahidy

 

Jul 21, 2015

Mark brings you in-depth coverage of the 6th race of the 2015 National Ultra Endurance Series, the Tatanka 100. The Tatanka was Saturday, July 11 in Sturgis, South Dakota. The course followed the Centennial Trail from Mount Rushmore to Sturgis and proved to be one of the toughest races of the series. Listen in to hear how it unfolded.

 

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. 

 

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RELATED SHOW LINKS:

 

Tatanka 100 Website

Tatanka 100 Facebook Page

Lee and Brenda Simril Interview

Ben Welnak's In-Depth Race Report

92Fifty Cyclery

Support The Last Aid Station

Support Mountain Bike Radio

The Last Aid Station

National Ultra Endurance Series Website

National Ultra Endurance Series on Facebook

The Last Aid Station Facebook Page

Mountain Bike Radio Endurance Calendar

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Jul 20, 2015

Andrea encounters a large deer and lives to tell about it.

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About Short Stories from A Girl Who Rides:

 

Andrea brings you short stories from A Girl Who Rides. It is a collection of thoughts, stories, and whatever content seems good at the time. We hope that the Short Stories offer a short time to getaway, laugh, learn something and just enjoy the break in your day.

 

Read About Andrea

 

Do you have a story that you would like to share or have Andrea read or do you have questions, comments, or ideas for the next episode, contact us at info@mountainbikeradio.com.  

Jul 17, 2015

The guys receive a Surly Brewing care package from long-time MBR listener, Frank from Minnesota. The taste four beers from Surly - the Doomtree, Furious, Bender, and Coffee Bender. The Big Livers approve of three of them and the other is an acquired taste. Listen in as they drink, taste, and talk about whatever comes to mind.

 

If you like what you hear from Jeff, Jonesy, and Vedders, support them and the show by heading over to The Big Livers Website and pick up some gear!

 

We want you to share your beer and we'll talk about it! If you are a brewer and want your beer to get some airtime, please let us know. Also, if you have an idea for an episode or have some thoughts on this one, leave a comment below or contact us.

 

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THE JONESY SITTIN' ON THE DECK SCALE:

 

Doomtree

  • Jonesy - 4 out of 5
  • Vedders - 4 out of 5
  • Jeff - 4.5 out of 5

Furious

  • Jonesy - 4 out of 5
  • Vedders - 4 out of 5
  • Jeff - 4.5 out of 5

Bender

  • Jonesy - 3.5 out of 5
  • Vedders - 4.25 out of 5
  • Jeff - 5 out of 5

Coffee Bender

  • Jonesy - 1 out of 5
  • Vedders - 2.75 out of 5
  • Jeff - 4 out of 5

 

RELATED SHOW LINKS:

 

Surly Brewing Furious

Surly Brewing Bender

Surly Brewing Coffee Bender

Surly Brewing Doomtree

Big Livers Website

Contact the Big Livers guys

Big Livers on Twitter

Big Livers on Instagram

Pat on Twitter

Jeff on Twitter

Become a Mountain Bike Radio Member

 

USE CODE "MBR" TO GET 25% OFF AT BIGLIVERS.COM

Jul 16, 2015

Host Andrea Pirkey joins Mountain Bike Radio creator, Ben Welnak, to talk about the show, her background, and what she plans to bring to the show. We hope that you enjoy the start of this new and long-awaited addition to Mountain Bike Radio. As you'll hear, everyone is welcome! So...it's up to you to contact us and let us know what you think. Thank you!

 

Read About Andrea

 

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

 

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Facebook: Facebook.com/Andrea.Pirkey

Twitter: Twitter.com/agirlwhorides

Instagram: Instagram.com/andrearidesabike

Google+: Plus.google.com

Vimeo: Vimeo.com/andrearidesabike

Blog: Andrearidesabike.blogspot.com

Dirty Jane: Dirtyjane.com/pages/andrea-pirkey

Support Mountain Bike Radio

 

Jul 15, 2015

Amanda Batty joins the show to chat along with Andrea, Matt, and Kenny. It's a conversation full of many topics, interview questions, opinions, and f-bombs. E-bikes even sneak their way into this episode too and you can probably guess how that goes.

 

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

 

A huge thanks to this week's supporters!

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SHOW SEGMENTS:

 

Listener Emails:

Justin from Asheville asks about buying a new full suspension bike.

 

Matt's Crabby Scale: (On a scale of 1 to 10, 5 being the crabbiest)

He's still happy!

 

 

Jul 9, 2015

Mark interviews Brenda and Lee Simril of Chattanooga, Tennessee. Brenda was the 2014 Women's Overall National Ultra Endurance Series Champion and is the current overall women's series leader after a great race at the Bailey Hundo Brenda and Lee Simril are two of the most consistent and experienced 100-mile mountain bike racers in the country. In this episode, they provide some great insight into being endurance athletes and tackling endurance mountain bike races.

 

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. 

 

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RELATED SHOW LINKS:

 

Simril Multisport Coaching

Support The Last Aid Station

Support Mountain Bike Radio

The Last Aid Station

National Ultra Endurance Series Website

National Ultra Endurance Series on Facebook

The Last Aid Station Facebook Page

Mountain Bike Radio Endurance Calendar

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BECOME A MOUNTAIN BIKE RADIO MEMBER

 

Jul 9, 2015

How liable are you for trails you build? Whats the best way to cover your Assetts when it comes to someone getting hurt? How can you keep people from getting hurt on your trails? Listen in to find out the answers to those questions. Also, hear how the Tennessee Wildlife Resouce Agency is losing its collective mind by implementing a "high-impact" user fee.

 

If you or someone you know is in charge of trail projects or organizing work days for your group, Drew wants you toemail 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.  

 

*You can sponsor the next episode. Contact us! Get your group's or company's name in the ears of 1,000-2,000 downloaders who listen for 35 minutes per listen for a reasonable price!*

 

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Mid-South Trails Association 

Trail Cast on Facebook
@cotharyus on Twitter
@cotharyus on Instagram
Read More about the host, Drew

Email Drew

 

Support Mountain Bike Radio

 

Jul 8, 2015

Matt takes over the episode and you hear him talking about everything he has going...blah, blah, blah. If you're not sure, Matt purchased a new bike. Kenny loves the new Cannondale Slate. Loves it.

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

No Show Supporters This Week. If you want to help keep the show going, click HERE.

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 SHOW SEGMENTS:

Listener Emails:

Brian from Pennsylvania responds to Andrea's bathroom question and talks about his awesome Pivot Mach 6 experience.

Matt's Crabby Scale: (On a scale of 1 to 10, 5 being the crabbiest)

He's actually happy.

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RELATED SHOW LINKS:

 

GU Energy

92Fifty

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Brickhouse Racing Website

Brickhouse Racing Facebook Page

Brickhouse Racing Instagram

Mountain Bike Radio Facebook Page

Andrea's Twitter

Matt's Twitter

Kenny's Twitter

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:

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24 Hours of Great Glen Facebook

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Jul 2, 2015

The JRA gang gets back after a little time off. They dig right into the questions before Matt cries himself to sleep about going off course during his latest race in Winter Park. Andrea won in Winter Park and Kenny descends Clingman's Dome very quickly. Matt plays extra special Debbie-downer in this episode.

 

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

 

A huge thanks to this week's supporters!

  • Spencer Worobec of California - $25
  • Joe Edwards of Ohio - $10
  • Racer Gibson of Utah - $25
  • Robert Haynes of California - $10

 

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SHOW SEGMENTS:

 

Listener Emails:

Mike in Phoenix is wondering about a titanium hardtail.

Spencer in San Diego is wondering about 2.4 tire options.

Luis from Southern Finland asks about his used 2014 Trek Superfly.

Roger in Nashville is curious about thoughts on the Praxis 10 speed 11-40 cassette.

 

Shit We Probably Hate:

Boost 148 hubs

 

McNuggets Exchange Rate:

No change - Not newsworthy this week.

 

Matt's Crabby Scale: (On a scale of 1 to 10, 5 being the crabbiest)

Too pissed to discuss.

 

RELATED SHOW LINKS:

 

Beer Components

Specialized Slaughter Control 2Bliss Ready Tire

Winter Park Race Series

92Fifty

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Buy a Just Riding Along Mug

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Brickhouse Racing Website

Brickhouse Racing Facebook Page

Brickhouse Racing Instagram

Mountain Bike Radio Facebook Page

Andrea's Twitter

Matt's Twitter

Kenny's Twitter

Jul 2, 2015

Michael interviews Nathan Ward of Grit and Thistle Film Company about their new film, The Rider & The Wolf. The movie documents the life, achievements, and mysterious disappearance of 1991 Mountain Bike Hall of Fame inductee, Mike Rust. In this short interview, they discuss the motivation behind the film, as well as the ups and downs of creating a unique mountain biking documentary.

 

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:

 

Grit & Thistle Film Company Website

Grit & Thistle Film Company Facebook Page

Email Grit & Thistle: info@gritandthistle.com

Bikepackers Magazine post about The Rider & The Wolf

Bikepackers Magazine

Bikepackers Magazine - Neil Beltchenko CTR report

Contact Bikepackers Magazine

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Bikepackers Magazine Social:

Jun 29, 2015

Mark brings you a full recap of the latest National Ultra Endurance Series races. The Bailey Hundo and Lumberjack 100 are two very popular races on the NUE Series. Both races were held on Saturday, June 18th - The Bailey Hundo in Colorado and the Lumberjack 100 in Michigan. Listen in to find out how the races went down.

 

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. 

 

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RELATED SHOW LINKS:

 

The Bailey Hundo

Lumberjack 100

Support The Last Aid Station

Support Mountain Bike Radio

The Last Aid Station

National Ultra Endurance Series Website

National Ultra Endurance Series on Facebook

The Last Aid Station Facebook Page

Mountain Bike Radio Endurance Calendar

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BECOME A MOUNTAIN BIKE RADIO MEMBER

 

Jun 26, 2015

D2 and 40 Hands crank out their best podcast. It's a must listen. They have a surprisingly open and honest discussion with Ernest Gagnon. Ernest has gone from 570 pounds down to 305 pounds by getting on his bike. He has gone through and continues to face struggles to keep things motivation in the right direction. Ernest shares his story and gives listeners a behind-the-scenes look into what it's like to battle back against health and mental struggles.

 

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Don't like what you hear? Turn it off. If you do, you may have some issues....and if you do have issues, email D2 at D2@Drunkcyclist.com or 40 Hands at 40Hands@Drunkcyclist.com to thank them and shower them with beer and beer ideas.

 

RELATED SHOW LINKS:

 

Ernest Gagnon Facebook Page

NPR Story about Ernest

Ernest's blog

Drunkcyclist Website

Drunkcyclist on Twitter

Drunkcyclist on Facebook

Drunkcyclist Tumblr

Email D2

Email 40 Hands

Become a Mountain Bike Radio Member

 

About 40 Hands

A fan of riding bikes with one gear, malt liquor, riding without knowing how many miles I’ve covered, and strip clubs that let you bring your own keg. I typically have a stupid grin on my face, it is because deep down I know that no matter what, my mom thinks I’m cool. Denver, Colorado, USA

View all posts on Drunkcyclist by 40 Hands

 

About D2

I am a writer and a photographer. I never killed a man in Reno, but I once rode a bike through a casino in Vegas. Bikes are cool, huevos rancheros are for breakfast, whiskey is for dinner. Denver, Colorado, USA

Jun 25, 2015

Yuri Hauswald joins the podcast to discuss his gritty comeback win at the 10th edition of the Dirty Kanza 200 in Emporia, Kansas on Saturday, May 30. He combined years of successful endurance training and racing, his first cycling coach and months of hard training, and a lot of personal motivation into an exciting win.

In this episode he discusses all of the aspects that went into it. Listeners are treated to some great storytelling and gut-wrenching emotion. You've likely read stories and interviews about the win, but this episode is your opportunity to hear the full story and get the details well beyond the written interviews.

Guitar Ted and Ben start the episode off with a recap of their recent races. Guitar Ted had a fun and interesting time at the Dirty Kanza and Ben finished 5th at the inaugural 120-mile Badlands Gravel Battle in the North Dakota Badlands.

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

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EPISODE SPONSOR:

Travel Kansas

RELATED SHOW NOTES:

Yuri's Report on the GU Energy Blog

GU Energy Website

GU Energy Facebook Page

GU Energy Twitter

GU Energy Instagram

"The strength within: Yuri Hauswald on Dirty Kanza 200 win" piece on VeloNews.com

Dirty Kanza 200

Badlands Gravel Battle

Emporia, Kansas

Emporia Convention and Visitors Bureau

Interested in sponsoring an episode? Contact us.

Jun 23, 2015

John and Kyle are back after some life happenings and equipment upgrades. They fill your ears with talk about hardcore punk. Listen in to hear a ton of news and reviews of several different bands, albums, and songs.

 

Read More about the hosts, Kyle and John

 

We want to hear from you! Are you involved with a local mountain biking organization? 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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SHOW NOTES:

 

Visit our blog for audio and Video clips of the bands we reviewed:

http://deathwishracing.blogspot.com/

 

MUSIC NEWS

 

The Godfathers of Hardcore Documentary

https://vimeo.com/125314139

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1674591332/the­godfathers­of­hardcore

 

Modern Life Is War

http://www.deathwishinc.com/bands/36/

https://www.facebook.com/ModernLifeIsWarOfficial

 

BURN

http://revelationrecords.com/bands/show/103

https://www.facebook.com/pages/BURN/332282298609

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mX5m9TMeeEQ&feature=youtu.be

 

Poison The Well

https://www.facebook.com/poisonthewell

 

This Is Hardcore 2015

http://www.thisishardcorefest.com/

 

Cave In

https://www.facebook.com/CaveIn.Official

https://hydrahead.merchtable.com/music/vinyl/cave­in­creative­eclipses­vinyl­12#.VXjFmFKqIdU

 

Baroness

http://yourbaroness.com/

JUDGE ­ There Will Be Quiet

http://noisey.vice.com/there­will­be­quiet/there­will­be­quiet­the­story­of­judge­part­1

http://noisey.vice.com/there­will­be­quiet/there­will­be­quiet­the­story­of­judge­part­2

http://noisey.vice.com/there­will­be­quiet/there­will­be­quiet­the­story­of­judge­part­3

http://noisey.vice.com/there­will­be­quiet/there­will­be­quiet­the­story­of­judge­part­4

 

High On Fire

http://www.highonfire.net/

 

Coliseum

http://coliseumsoundsystem.com/

http://www.deathwishinc.com/news/972/

 

REFUSED

http://officialrefused.com/

 

Earth Crisis

https://www.facebook.com/earthcrisisofficial

 

Faith No More

http://www.fnm.com/

 

Darkest Hour

https://www.facebook.com/DarkestHourDudes

 

REVELATION RECORDS

http://www.revelationrecords.com/

https://www.facebook.com/revelationrecords

http://revhq.com/

 

Formerly of New Haven, Connecticut, it is now based in Huntington Beach, California. It was founded in 1987 by owner Jordan Cooper, along with Ray Cappo of Youth of Today, with the sole intent of producing the Warzone Lower East Side Crew 7". Within the year, they put out two more releases and a limited 4th pressing of Youth of Today's Can't Close My Eyes 7", which

had been originally released on Positive Force Records, just for the two of them to trade for vintage G.I.Joes and other action figures. In the first three years, the label put out 23 releases and pressed approximately 50,000 records, and it has continued to release an average of 7­8 albums a year.

 

Cappo left the business in 1988, to focus on his band Shelter and to start his own label Equal Vision Records (which he later sold to Youth Of Today roadie, former Revelation employee and friend, Steve Reddy), though his albums were still released by Revelation after that. The label put out several definitive hardcore and metalcore records in the late 1990s and early 2000s, with notable releases coming from Damnation A.D., Will Haven, Shai Hulud, Curl Up and Die, and Himsa. However, by the mid­2000s, Revelation Records had seemingly fallen by the wayside, with very few releases between 2004 and 2006. However, the label is returning to its former stature as a premier old­school hardcore label.

 

RECORD REVIEWS

 

Violent Reaction -­ Marching On

 

Originally conceived and executed as a one­man project by Tom Pimlott on the banks of the Mersey River in Liverpool, England, Violent Reaction recorded a demo in 2011, an EP in 2012 and an LP for Painkiller Records in 2013. Soon after, Tom relocated to Leeds to assemble a full band with an end result that finds the lads playing straight edge, hardcore punk with an obvious oi influence. With a lengthy American tour with their brother band The Flex under their belt, Violent Reaction is set to make their Revelation Records debut with "Marching On."

 

http://www.violentreaction.blogspot.com/

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Violent­Reaction/177017079042937

http://www.revelationrecords.com/band/195

 

JUDGE ­- Bringin’ It Down

 

Judge stood tall in the face of changing times while helping to transform the musical landscape around them. Porcell, Ferraro, Siegler and Pincus may have had a list of priors that screamed “mile­wide X’s on the backs of your hands” (Youth of Today, Death Before Dishonor, Bold, Side by Side, Project X, Gorilla Biscuits, Young Republicans, Violent Children, Schism Records/fanzine, etc.), but even as they remained true to the edge, Bringin’ It Down moved towards a more sinister vibe and further promoted the nascent collision of metal and hardcore, while setting the stage for the likes of Integrity, Ringworm and Starkweather. This, in spite of—or maybe because of—having to re-record the album after a sub­par session at Chinatown’s infamous Chung King Studios.

Not bad for a band that was originally designed to be a one­off for Ferraro’s frustration with the “Edge ’til 21 Crowd.”

 

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Judge/195626400586989

http://www.revelationrecords.com/release/228

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bringin%27_It_Down

 

DROWNINGMAN ­- Rock n’ Roll Killing Machine

 

Drowningman was a hardcore punk band from Burlington, Vermont, which was active from 1995 to 2005. Formed in the fall of 1995 by Simon Brody, Denny Donovan, Javin Leonard, Dave Barnett and Todd Tomlinson, the band was heavily influenced by a variety of bands including Deadguy, Unbroken, Shotmaker, Unwound, Sunny Day Real Estate and Promise Ring. This musical amalgamation helped to pioneer the modern metalcore and mathcore musical subgenres. The band was known for revolving membership and frequent record label changes.

 

A first full US tour with The Dillinger Escape Plan was embarked on to support the release.[6] Soon after returning, production of the Rock And Roll Killing Machine record began in Washington, D.C. at the Salad Days Studio. A great deal of technical difficulty was encountered; Simon Brody had claimed in interviews the stressed work environment caused the tempo of many of the songs to rush and that record lost some of the previous efforts melodic counterpoint. Still, it was well received, earning a 10/10 in respected extreme music magazine Terrorizer and finding its way into many

publications' top ten lists for 2001.Aside from making regular appearances at Hellfest, Krazy Fest, Monster Fest and The New England Metal and Hardcore Festival, Drowningman began touring extensively in support of this latest record. They toured with hardcore and metal bands as varied as Earth Crisis, Glassjaw, Shadows Fall, Darkest Hour and Twelve Tribes. However, projected gigs for early 2001 were curtailed when the group lost its drummer. By May 2001 road action was resumed with regular partners Darkest Hour on the "Bro­Down 2001" tour.

 

http://drowningman.com/

http://www.revelationrecords.com/release/97

https://www.facebook.com/drowningman2014


 

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Jun 19, 2015

Neil and Michael get caught up on their recent happenings, including a recap of Neil's winning Stagecoach 400 effort. Then the guys discuss Neil's 2015 Tour Divide attempt, which he is currently on, and chat about several other bikepacking routes. They also give listeners the inside scoop on the gear they both plan to carry for their upcoming events.

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Jun 18, 2015

The Big Livers check out some Asian beer. Listen in as they taste and give their opinions of the Kirin Ichiban, Sapporo Premium, and Tsing Tao. Wondering what have been (or haven't been) missing in Asian beers? The guys do the work for you.

 

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We want you to share your beer and we'll talk about it! If you are a brewer and want your beer to get some airtime, please let us know. Also, if you have an idea for an episode or have some thoughts on this one, leave a comment below or contact us.

 

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  • Jonesy - 3.5 out of 5
  • Vedders - 4 out of 5
  • Jeff - 4 out of 5

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  • Jonesy - 2 out of 5
  • Vedders - 1 out of 5
  • Jeff - 2 out of 5

Kirin Ichiban

  • Jonesy - 4.5 out of 5
  • Vedders - 4.25 out of 5
  • Jeff - 4 out of 5

 

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Jun 17, 2015

Matt is drooling over his new Pike. Listen to hear about Matt's new Pike fork and some good upgrades to do to a listeners Cannondale Trigger. Do you pee all over the toilet and floor?

 

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

 

"I almost threw my back out the other day...I had two (SRAM PG) 1030 cassettes stack on top of each and I tried to get them off a shelf and I almost fell down." - Kenny

 

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Listener Emails:

Ignacio from Alabama is wondering about possible cassette ranges.

 

Shit We Probably Hate:

Cannondale Gravel Road Bike with suspension.

 

McNuggets Exchange Rate:

They are up against the Dollar but down against the Euro.

 

Matt's Crabby Scale: (On a scale of 1 to 10, 5 being the crabbiest)

The usual - crabby as hell.

 

Jun 16, 2015

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This episode is an update on life happenings and why you haven't heard from him in so long. He demonstrates some additional considerations for trail proposals and tells you about a new trail project, and how a community is coming together to support it.

 

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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If you're into endurance racing and specifically 100-milers, Lynda gives you some valuable information about getting off on the right pedal for your next 100-mile mountain bike radio. She gives you some tips and then lays out three different start scenarios that can help you whether you're at the very front or very back of the pack.

 

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Jun 9, 2015

It's very safe to say that Matt doesn't like your wheels. Plus, a good discussion about retail practices in the bike world. Kenny definitely puts an end to the show this week too. If you've been jonesing for a Matt rant, you should listen.

 

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Listener Emails:

Dan from New Jersey asks about fitting a 27.5+ into his existing bike.

Paul from the UAE gets his comment answered with a rant.

Ryan is interested in a new Fox fork.

William from Tennessee asks about his upgrades to his Specialized Carve Comp.

Shit We Probably Hate:

Kenny hates shitty retail practices.

Matt's Crabby Scale: (On a scale of 1 to 10, 5 being the crabbiest)

The usual - crabby as hell.

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Jun 7, 2015

Kelli offers up some practical nutrition advice for aging athlete. If you've been feeling a little off, not recovering like you'd like, or you'd like to keep up with the kids, have a listen. Kelli explains some special considerations for the 50+ crowd (they also work for you 30+ and 40+ athletes too!).

 

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