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Non-pro, average Joes and Janes in the cycling community doing incredible things like double Everesting, biking 2000+ miles in a month, and more. What makes them tick? Why do they do it? How do they do it? Who do they admire?

Ordinary Extraordinary Lois Keller

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Non-pro, average Joes and Janes in the cycling community doing incredible things like double Everesting, biking 2000+ miles in a month, and more. What makes them tick? Why do they do it? How do they do it? Who do they admire?

    Episode 4: Shaun, These are My People

    Episode 4: Shaun, These are My People

    Meet Shaun who you can't help but listen to and feel joy. Shaun eschews racing, but he rides his bike over 10k miles a year mostly through carless commutes. He's a major advocate of cycling, and in this episode he tells us about how he got into cycling, some of the challenges he's face, and why he loves it so much.

    • 46 min
    Episode 3: Yonnel, Raising the bar in the Randoneering World

    Episode 3: Yonnel, Raising the bar in the Randoneering World

    Yonnel has truly raised the bar in the local fondo/randoneering scene. He consistently in a top-finisher in most 200k, 300k, 400k, and 600k events in the PNW and just did a remarkable 65 hour Paris-Brest-Paris with two full nights of sleep and finished 8th overall at the Vicious Series Winthrop Fondo. More exceptional, Yonnel is a fairly late-to-life cyclist and he talks about how he improved his riding significantly to achieve his goals in this episode.

    • 41 min
    Episode 2: Yee Feng, the humblest KOM thief you'll ever meet

    Episode 2: Yee Feng, the humblest KOM thief you'll ever meet

    Yee Feng is a Cat 2 local road racer, later-to-life cyclist, family man, nice, generous, and will wake up at 5 AM to ruthlessly take all of your KOMs. In so many ways, Yee defines the extraordinary ordinary person; he prioritizes family and work first (always) but is truly exceptional in his ability to incorporate ferocious cycling (last month: 2000 miles) into a tightly packed schedule. Let’s hear how he does it.

    • 50 min

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