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A cycling podcast from two regular cyclist. We talk about everything from new kit, advice, education interviews and everything cycling. Mainly drop-bar focused.

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A cycling podcast from two regular cyclist. We talk about everything from new kit, advice, education interviews and everything cycling. Mainly drop-bar focused.

    Meet Charles Ouimet

    Meet Charles Ouimet

    This week we talk to YouTuber Charles Ouimet! Here is a little more about Charles.

    CHARLES OUIMET AKA THE ‘’RACEFLUENCER’’ I’m a Montreal-based cycling Youtuber, elite athlete, and commercial photographer. Combining my passion for sports and content creation, I’ve devoted myself to building an audience who loves riding bikes, loves cycling gear and loves cycling adventures. Whether it’s a road, gravel, TT, Fat, Track bike, I’m always up for the challenge. Throughout the last year, I’ve fully embraced and appropriated the term ‘’racefluencer’’ to myself. Why? Because even though I create cycling videos and photos, I can still rip any bikes, outsprint actual pro-cyclists and make good results at any race I attend.

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    • 1 hr 7 min
    For Friction Sake: A Chat With Jim About Lube

    For Friction Sake: A Chat With Jim About Lube

    This week we sat down with Jim from Extreme Nano Lubricants and learned about where he got his start and why he decided to enter the slippery slope of bike lubricants.

    What is Extreme Nano Chain Lube?

    Our Extreme Nano Premium Bicycle Chain Lube was developed to improve and maintain drivetrain efficiency throughout your entire race or ride, as well as extend the lifespan of your chain and cassette. Each of our formulas contains a state-of-the-art blend of up to three different proprietary “Nano-Lubes” which are 100% unique to the cycling industry.

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    • 1 hr 3 min
    Aero Bars on My Gravel Bike…Say What?! – Meet Dylan Johnson

    Aero Bars on My Gravel Bike…Say What?! – Meet Dylan Johnson

    Based out of Brevard, NC, Dylan is a cycling coach that has over 10 years of racing and training experience. He draws from his experience as a top level ultra-endurance mountain and gravel racer, but more important than that he actually looks at the science and makes coaching decisions based on peer-reviewed research.

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    • 1 hr 4 min
    A Zwifting We Will Go! Meet Katheryn Curi

    A Zwifting We Will Go! Meet Katheryn Curi

    Katheryn has always been active in sports. Growing up in Connecticut, she played field hockey, basketball, softball, and lacrosse before finding rowing where she was a member of the crew team at Mount Holyoke College. After graduating and moving to Vermont, she expanded her activities to include rock climbing, backpacking and mountain biking before getting bit by the road cycling bug when she was in graduate school.

    After graduating with a MS from University of Vermont in 2002, Katheryn packed up her bags (and bikes!) and moved to California to pursue being a full time cyclist. She found a home with the Webcor Professional Women's Cycling Team where she found success in 2005 in winning Elite Nationals and in 2008 in winning the Geelong World Cup. She represented the US in four World Championships and is most proud of her dedication to being a team player.

    Since retiring from racing, Katheryn has stayed involved in women's cycling through being a director sportif for the Amy D Foundation for three years and most recently for the pro team, Tibco-SVB. She loves leading group rides in her local area of Northern California and having adventures around the world that involve being on a bike.

    Katheryn got into Zwift several years ago and now seems to be having cycling career 2.0!

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    • 1 hr 7 min
    Back In The Saddle Again…

    Back In The Saddle Again…

    This week we talk about getting back into the world with your bike, emerging from the great winter hibernation on the trainer. We cover some really great and affordable tools for the average home mechanic in addition to getting your bike ready.

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    • 46 min
    Finding The Right Note – A Chat with Emily Newsom

    Finding The Right Note – A Chat with Emily Newsom

    A Little From Emily: 

    I grew up in a family of ten children, the fifth child to a preacher. We lived in the small town of Burlington WA and grew up in a way that is often labeled now as “free range” aka an healthy, wholesome and adventurous childhood. I was introduced to music at the age of seven and still remember my first piano lesson. The teacher had to put a stool under my dangling feet and I was immediately captivated by the instrument. As lessons progressed I recall rushing home to learn whichever new piece had been assigned me.

    Years down the road found me as an insecure and confused twenty year old who knew nothing of what she wanted beyond the fact that she loved music. I spent the next 7 years of my life completing undergraduate and graduate degrees in piano performance. The transition into sport may seem unlikely, but the discipline of being a musician translated into what it took to become a professional athlete. The pathway seemed to open before me, though not without a great deal of sacrifice and commitment.

    Now, eight years after my first road race, I find myself in my fifth year being part of a team that has grown very dear to me. I am now married to a wonderful man who has never once doubted my capabilities, and am a mother to a beautiful girl of six and a half years. Some of my happiest moments are at home, making a favorite meal while my husband and daughter laugh together as they build a castle or paint a forest. Sometimes I wonder what drives me to leave this wonderful haven and put myself through the suffering provided by the sport of cycling. But I know there’s an innate desire within me to find my limits, to push past fears, to show my little girl that with hard work and perseverance, great things are achievable.

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    • 1 hr 10 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

PittsburghPRGuy ,

Great podcast!

This is a great podcast for both novice and veteran cyclists alike. Great tips on equipment and technique, and informative guests from throughout the cycling world. I’m a better, more informed cyclist thanks to Nick and Andrew. And they answer your emails!

F'ing go nuts ,

Entertaining and informative

Great source for info. And especially entertaining after 6 beers.

REDGAR6467 ,

Good non-pro talk

Nice to listen to a couple non-pro cyclist chatting cycling stuff of all kinds.

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