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Your trusted source for Canadian bikepacking routes, stories, events & gear. Hosted by adventure cyclist and author, Ryan Correy.

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Your trusted source for Canadian bikepacking routes, stories, events & gear. Hosted by adventure cyclist and author, Ryan Correy.

    68. Lamar Timmins - Bikepacking Immersion on the Silk Road

    68. Lamar Timmins - Bikepacking Immersion on the Silk Road

    Lamar Timmins jumped in with both feet when he decided to tackle the Silk Road Mountain Race this past summer. Although he was no stranger to pushing his limits, Lamar was tested physically and mentally. In this episode we hear about the challenges he faced and just how important mind set was for him to finish this gruelling track.

    67. Adventure Audio's Peter Hockenhull and Tyler Hamilton

    67. Adventure Audio's Peter Hockenhull and Tyler Hamilton

    On this episode of the Bikepack Canada Podcast, we speak with Adventure Audio Podcast hosts Tyler Hamilton and Peter Hockenhull. Their first episode was released October 4th 2018 and focuses on endurance athletics. Peter and Tyler are curious and inquisitive hosts who like to dive deep into the ultra world and into what motivates athletes to push their limits.

    66. 2019 Recap.

    66. 2019 Recap.

    2019 was a great year for the Bikepack Canada Podcast! 
    We had the privilege of speaking with so many inspirational people and for this we wanted to send out some thanks. Thanks to all of the guests that took time out of their busy lives to share their stories with us, and thanks to all of you for listening.
    In this episode, we ride through 2019 and listen to some of the inspirational intros from the podcast this past year. You’ll hear the voices of athletes from all walks of life and all experience levels. Each and every person had something to share that either taught a lesson or inspired us to ride. 
    See you in 2020!!

    65. Mike Gurnham - The Japanese Odyssey

    65. Mike Gurnham - The Japanese Odyssey

    Soon after Mike Gurnham completed the Japanese Odyssey, we sat down to chat about his experience. Mike is no stranger to seeing the world by bike but it goes without saying that this event not only tested his physical limits but also his mental fortitude. Mike fabricates bikepacking bags for his company, Thief Bikepacking, and is passionate about building gear that will stand the test of time and abuse.

    64. Tara Weir - The Wild West Route

    64. Tara Weir - The Wild West Route

    Tara Weir is a Canadian cyclist and world traveller. She has toured over 37,000 kilometres and there doesn’t seem to be an end to her desire to experience the world by bike. On November 3rd, 2019, Tara completed the Wild West Route, her first North American tour, riding over 5300km from Canmore, Alberta to the Mexican border. Listen in as she shares her experiences from the trail and reflects upon previous tours.

    63. Liz Henderson and Bob Almack

    63. Liz Henderson and Bob Almack

    After 68 days on the trail, Liz and Bob arrived in Antelope Wells, completing the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route. Bob and Liz have been married for 36 years and started touring as a couple. Liz is a retired nurse and Bob is an on-line reading tutor. Listen in as they share their stories from the trail and how their adventure has changed their lives and strengthened their relationship.

Customer Reviews

Bsayshi ,

Re-envigorated

Listening to 2019 recap as I hiked around the park this morning, had me inspired to do some Melbourne, Australia cycle-exploring... great day for it (not smoky) and found some nice gravel. The air quality was ok. It’s refreshing to hear you speak of the geniality in the bikepacking individuals and groups you come across. This echoes my experience. Thanks.

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