Unmasking the pro-athlete celebrity image to expose the real human being. Focusing on the alternative sports world, such as mountain biking, skiing, and surfing.
ProV #19 - PJ Hunton
PJ Hunton is an engineer at Norco Bicycles. He is also one of the fastest mountain bikers around. He has spend years exploring the Chilcotin's in BC, frequently doing un-supported multi-day mountain bike trips. He is a father of two. We speak about risk, adventure, technology, progression, strava, clipless pedals, and work/life balance. This episode is brought to you by my membership site for mountain bikers, RL Connection.
ProV #18 - Molly Herford & Peter Glassford
Molly is a rider & writer, freelancing for most of the major cycling zines including Bicycling. She is also the author of 'Saddle Sore', find her at www.mollyhurford.com. Peter is a racer and a coach, and runs smartathlete.ca.
ProV #17 - Night of Legends Fundraiser for Bike East Bay
A moderated and lively conversation between five diverse bike industry personalities that includes the creator of a prevelent bike company, first African American to win an Olympic medal, WOMBATS creator, Cirque du Soleil performer, and a racer who has been in all three Grand Tours. This live event was a fundraiser for Bike East Bay. https://bikeeastbay.org
ProV #16 - Dan Barham & Seb Kemp
Dan is a pro photographer and film maker. Seb is a writer, film editor, and bike coach. Both are British. And both have joined forces creating a company called 'Union'.
ProV #15 - Brett Tippie
Brett Tippie is a Professional Mtn Biker, MTB Hall of Famer, ex World Cup snowboard racer, announcer, and Director of Good Times. @bretttippie.
ProV #14 - Mark Ernsting Ph.D
Mark Ernsting is a former pro road cyclist and has a PhD in Sport Science. He now own and runs a sport management firm responsible for events such as Super Week (Gastown Grand Prix, Tour de Delta) in Vancouver and road teams such as H&R Block. We chat discuss
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Lot of Potential
Anyone interested in unicycling should at least give the first episode a chance, as it features an insightful interview with Kris Holm. There are some quality issues with the sound and a bunch of background construction noise...hopefully Ryan will mitigate these problems as he grows his podcast.