3 episodes

Telling the story of cycling's advocates, athletes, innovators, and dirt bags one episode at a time.

www.thebicyclestory.com

The Bicycle Story Josh Cohen

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8, 8 Ratings

Telling the story of cycling's advocates, athletes, innovators, and dirt bags one episode at a time.

www.thebicyclestory.com

    Episode 13 - Steve Fassbinder

    Episode 13 - Steve Fassbinder

    Steve "Doom" Fassbinder is a bad-ass adventurer who combines mountain biking, rock climbing, and pack rafting to explore deep into desert, mountain, and coastal wilds. His trips require the sort of endurance and suffering that tend to either leave you in awe or scratching your head wondering why. Steve and I talked about his motivations to keep pushing his personal limits, as well as how he got into this sort of adventuring in the first place, his proudest moments, balancing risk and reward, teaching the next generation of adventurers, and a whole lot more.

    Our theme music is by Will McKindley Ward.
    Photo credit: Andrew Burr

    • 43 min
    Episode 12 - Tamika Butler

    Episode 12 - Tamika Butler

    Tamika Butler is the Executive Director of the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition. She’s only been working in bike advocacy for two years, but she’s already made a big impression on the national bike advocacy world, in large part because of her contribution to the conversation and work around equity, inclusion and intersectionality.

    The Bicycle Story podcast is made possible because of listener donations. Make a pledge today to The Bicycle Story Patreon -- www.pateron.com/thebicyclestory -- to help keep the show going!

    • 45 min
    Episode 11 - Amanda Batty

    Episode 11 - Amanda Batty

    Amanda Batty is a professional mountain bike racer and sometimes freelance writer. A little over a year ago she was embroiled in controversy after calling out a colleague for using a date rape metaphor in his review of a new bike. The fall out was swift and ugly and put Amanda on the receiving end of harassment and death threats. We spoke about her racing life, attempt to break into the highest levels of downhill racing, and the pervasive problem of rape culture and misogyny in the bike industry and culture at large.

    • 58 min

Customer Reviews

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8 Ratings

8 Ratings

HarrisTweeter ,

A great podcast.

Looking forward to new episodes.

commuting cyclist ,

Keep it coming!

I enjoyed this first episode; the subject matter and its presentation faacinate me. I would only suggest that the audio levels on the voices be equalized, as I was on the volume control as the speaker changed. I look forward to more episodes!

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