The Pedalshift Project is a series of conversations, thoughts, and experiments around the bike touring lifestyle. It's the companion show to Pedalshift.net, bringing stories from the road, interviews from fellow bike tourists, plus tips, tricks and ideas on how to tour more. Let's shrink the world by bike.
Must-Carry Tools for Your Next Adventure
If you’re going on a bike adventure, you’re usually confronted with a situation that requires a fix or an adjustment. On this episode of the Best of Pedalshift we explore tools you must bring, what you should bring, and maybe a few things you haven’t thought about. Originally podcast July 19, 2018.
Route Scouting II: Attack of PA Route S
Hey, it's still winter... so with snow on the ground and actual touring on hiatus for at least a few more weeks, why don't we continue scouting Pennsylvania Route S? On this episode, the second edition for four, we hit the road and scout the second day of the ride to New York between Chambersburg and York.
Rando Pannier Full of Followups and More
You know how a few days into a tour you have a pannier full of rando things in no particular order? Welcome to the 233rd edition of the pod, then! Odds and ends, followups and a Black History Month recommendation with a bike touring twist!
Handling Bike Route Detours & Closures
Detours and closures are a part of bike touring, but how do you handle it? On this edition, five things to think about on how to handle bike route detours and closures without losing your cool.
Best of Pedalshift 081: Bikepacking Adventures
It only took 81 episodes to finally talk about bikepacking on Pedalshift… better late than never, right? On this best of episode, Rob Knapp joins us and chats about what it was like to pick up bikepacking as a racer and how that informs him in how he bikepacks when not trying to come in first. Originally podcast May 25, 2017.
Exploring Bikepacking in 2021
I'll admit, I've been bikepacking curious for awhile. As my touring continues to expand and evolve I'm thinking more about bikepacking options for 2021 and I thought I'd share the process on the pod. Join me, won't you?
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Love this podcast
Tim should change his last name from Mooney to Money, because he is on point. Truest enjoy listening to him talk his way through a ride, explaining gear or even planning a trip. Ride your ride Sir, and I will listen.
I love this podcast so much!
This podcast is wonderful. Love the rides and hearing about them. Please don’t ever stop doing it!!!
This podcast can inspire you...
I have to say I didn’t know what to make of his podcast at first but I realized he’s great at narrating his tours and telling the story. If you a chance to hear the one about biking with pugs. It was one of the better segments and the oompah music complimented the story well. Occasionally it can get a bit dorky but the topics he covers is extremely informative. Effectively this podcast can inspire you because he makes bike touring relatable and is able to tell some great stories about how touring can be accessible to anyone and things we all relate to.