The Louisville Cycling Podcast is dedicated to celebrating the people, events, and rides that make Louisville and the surrounding areas great places to ride a bike. This is a show about and in support of the cycling community of the Louisville area.
Jason Motz Loves Two Wheels
In this episode, I talk with Jason Motz, cyclists and General Manager at Bluegrass Harley Davison in Louisville KY. (https://www.bluegrassharleydavidson.com). We talk about bicycles, motorcycles, and a general love of all things two wheels. The discussion also covers some of the highlights of the broadening market appeal of the Harley Davison Motor Company, including the release of their first adventure touring bike, electronic motorcycle, and – yes – electronic bicycles.
Everesting with Blayne Roeder
In this episode, I talk with Blayne Roeder and we talk about the challenge of “everesting.” Want to add your name to the roster those who have completed an everesting challenge? Blayne tells you all about it!
Staying Fast and Motivated with Jarret Oldham
How has 2020 treated you so far as a cyclists? Are you out and about? Riding alone? How are you staying fit and motived? I sought out one very fast dude, Jarret Oldham to ask him these and other questions about training and riding in our current, well, troubled times.
Brian Andriot, Mobile Maintenance and Repairs
How’s that bike doing? Chain properly cleaned? Gears shifting smoothly? Brakes stopping efficiently? Well my guest in this episode is making sure you don’t have any excuses for bike maintenance and repairs! Brian Andriot is the proprietor of Field Rider Mobile Bike Service, and he’s ready to come to you, whether at your home or office, to perform the bicycle maintenance and/or repairs you need.
Nathan Rome, Kentucky Cycling
In this episode, I talk with Nathan Rome. Nathan is both the creator and workhorse behind Kentucky Cycling, a passion project aimed at promoting cycling-related resources in Kentucky and the surrounding region (e.g. trails, rides, etc.) through videography, photography, and the general sharing of information on the web, including YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
Dr. Joseph Flynn, Bike to Beat Cancer
In this episode, I talk with Joseph M. Flynn, D.O, MPH, FACP. Dr. Flynn is the Chief Administrative Officer for Norton Medical Group and Physician-in-Chief at Norton Cancer Institute. We talk about Cancer in our community and the importance of events like Bike to Beat Cancer as a vehicle to help eliminate suffering, show community support, and land a blow if the fight against this disease.
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The Louisville cycling scene is alive and Barry has his finger on the pulse.
Done with first episode, ready to hear past and future!
Saw my friend Chris was interviewed for our local cycling podcast and figured it was the perfect time to give this one a shot. I don’t search out podcast often, I typically get recommendations and once I dive in I’m usually hooked. This podcast was no exception especially since this episode centered around my favorite type of riding, downhill mountain biking. I was impressed by the content from both parties and the production value was high too. I’m now pondering why I hadn’t already given this a listen. Anxious to hear past episodes from the Mayor and Andy Murphy asap. There are many disciplines when it comes to cycling in our city and I’m glad someone is documenting it in so people can learn more.
Great spot to learn new things
One of things I really have grown to appreciate about this podcast is the diversity of all the content. The guest speakers that are offering up their expertise in different areas really is incredibly insightful.