43 min

Bikepacking Summit Series - Joe Cruz Bikes or Death Podcast

    • Wilderness

 



Joe Cruz is a powerful and incredibly insightful person, which stems from his background as a professor of philosophy at Williams College and his decades of bikepacking and bike traveling all over the world. Additionally, he is an editor at large for Bikepacking.com.
Joe was the opening presenter on Friday morning at the Bikepacking Summit this year. What we as the audience experienced was a powerful lesson in fear, our understand of it, and our relationship with it. His understanding and relationship with fear is probably deeper than most of our own. It's the kind of relationship you have after spending 3 decades traveling the world via bicycle. He would tell you, any moments of fear he experienced are greatly outnumbered by the good, positive, and wonderful experiences. So how do we look at fear in contrast to these amazing experiences? I'll let Joe tell you in his own words.
This interview was very impromptu. I had just finished recording with Greg Hardy and had a small window before my next interview. After Joes presentation he unknowingly put himself on my radar for a possible interview. So when I looked around and saw him chatting with some fellow attendees I took the opportunity to have him share some of this presentation with you.
I wish you could have been there on Friday morning to hear his presentation, to see the emotion in his eyes, and to feel that emotion reverberate through the room. If you weren't able to be there I hope you will get a taste of what we all experienced through this podcast.

 



Joe Cruz is a powerful and incredibly insightful person, which stems from his background as a professor of philosophy at Williams College and his decades of bikepacking and bike traveling all over the world. Additionally, he is an editor at large for Bikepacking.com.
Joe was the opening presenter on Friday morning at the Bikepacking Summit this year. What we as the audience experienced was a powerful lesson in fear, our understand of it, and our relationship with it. His understanding and relationship with fear is probably deeper than most of our own. It's the kind of relationship you have after spending 3 decades traveling the world via bicycle. He would tell you, any moments of fear he experienced are greatly outnumbered by the good, positive, and wonderful experiences. So how do we look at fear in contrast to these amazing experiences? I'll let Joe tell you in his own words.
This interview was very impromptu. I had just finished recording with Greg Hardy and had a small window before my next interview. After Joes presentation he unknowingly put himself on my radar for a possible interview. So when I looked around and saw him chatting with some fellow attendees I took the opportunity to have him share some of this presentation with you.
I wish you could have been there on Friday morning to hear his presentation, to see the emotion in his eyes, and to feel that emotion reverberate through the room. If you weren't able to be there I hope you will get a taste of what we all experienced through this podcast.

43 min

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