60 episodes

Bringing touring cyclists and hosts from around the globe together to share knowledge, experiences, and stories from the Warmshowers.org Foundation community.

Bike Life Tahverlee + Warmshowers.org Foundation

    • Leisure
    • 4.8 • 32 Ratings

Bringing touring cyclists and hosts from around the globe together to share knowledge, experiences, and stories from the Warmshowers.org Foundation community.

    Mission Driven

    Mission Driven

    Meet Ben Grannis who was so inspired by someone else’s story it prompted him to begin a 10,000 mile journey to raise awareness for distracted driving and promote digital wellness.

    • 34 min
    Best of Humanity

    Best of Humanity

    Daniel Stein believes you experience the best of humanity from a bicycle seat.

    • 35 min
    Cycling into Retirement

    Cycling into Retirement

    Anne Breedlove knows that retirement doesn’t have to be boring, especially when you set off for eight years of cycling approximately 30,000 miles through 21 countries!

    • 29 min
    World Citizen

    World Citizen

    Meet Joe Diomede, a cyclist who has pursued his passion for seeing the world on two wheels and has authored a book about his many adventures.

    • 33 min
    Hosting Handprints

    Hosting Handprints

    Meet Chuck and Susan Atkinson; they have hosted almost 300 cyclists in their home in the Balkans who have all left unique handprints in their lives.

    • 27 min
    Counterculture

    Counterculture

    If you are a cycle tourer who takes the ability to tour on your own for granted, then meet Priyanka Dalal who has overcome many cultural barriers to become the first known female solo cycle tourer from India.

    • 22 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
32 Ratings

32 Ratings

kdubs685 ,

Great podcast

Love hearing different experiences.

Amtrak207 ,

Short on experiences?

I can’t help but feel like the core reason for this podcast, sharing stories from the road, appears to be glossed over, to me at least.

If you consider the sheer number of bike touring experiences out there, I feel that the content of this podcast must be lacking.

I also feel as if the spiritual sentiment of the podcast host is being pushed over on us listeners. Warmshowers is about expanding your horizons, sure, but it’s also about hosts and guests respecting one another. It seems to me that the guests on this podcast have to fit certain personality or demographic or other social constraints, as they seem to be in a very narrowly-defined segment of society. That does not align with the diversity I have seen as a WS host. I know there are time constraints in a podcast, but I feel there have to be more experiences out there.

Please consider a response that is something other than “Mmmmmh.”

JNWJ ,

Bike Life

Adventure is right outside. This podcast rules.

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