6 episodes

Radical Adventure Riders (RAR) and Race.Ancestors.Health.Outdoors.Knowledge (RAHOK) present the Within & Without podcast. A series of off the chain dispatches from BIPoC and Allies discussing tensions within the cycling community and how we connect to ourselves and the world around us through cycling and the outdoors. Recorded throughout 2020 amidst a global pandemic and racial reckoning, this series shares the lived experiences of our moment.

Within&Without Radical Adventure Riders

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Radical Adventure Riders (RAR) and Race.Ancestors.Health.Outdoors.Knowledge (RAHOK) present the Within & Without podcast. A series of off the chain dispatches from BIPoC and Allies discussing tensions within the cycling community and how we connect to ourselves and the world around us through cycling and the outdoors. Recorded throughout 2020 amidst a global pandemic and racial reckoning, this series shares the lived experiences of our moment.

    EPISODE 6: Getting Our Bearings, Naming a Path Forward

    EPISODE 6: Getting Our Bearings, Naming a Path Forward

    Gain an understanding of  the impact of naming what we see in the cycling and outdoor industry and how we can imagine a better path forward together. Featuring interviews with co-founder Molly Sugar and new co-organizers Renee Hutchens and Christina Grande, with additional stories from Alex Villalba and Kait Boyle.

    Music for this episode was made by the band Your Heart Breaks and our logo design is by Molly Sugar. This series is hosted by Rio Oxas of RAHOK and Everett Ó Cillín, former co-founder of the Radical Adventure Riders, and was produced and edited by Everett.

    This episode is brought to you by SimWorks, connecting people from all over the world through a shared appreciation of cycling. Slow down, connect with nature, and savor the most meaningful moments with Simworks. With an emphasis on heritage components with deep roots in Japan and  thoughtful offerings from small-batch makers and craftspeople- SimWorks has an eye for timeless style, offering quality products that will make you smile. With the help of the humble bicycle we can inspire one another to live enriched lives and create deeper connections with each other and the worlds around us.

    SERIES DESCRIPTION
    Radical Adventure Riders (RAR) and Race.Ancestors.Health.Outdoors.Knowledge (RAHOK) present the Within & Without podcast. A series of off the chain dispatches from BIPoC and Allies discussing tensions within the cycling community and how we connect to ourselves and the world around us through cycling and the outdoors. Recorded throughout 2020 amidst a global pandemic and racial reckoning, this series shares the lived experiences of our moment.

    These conversations help move us toward transformation:a transformation that centers the freedom and justice of our earth, amplifies voices from across the gender spectrum, and centers Black, Indigenous and People of Color.  We acknowledge the energy of discomfort these conversations may bring and hope this very energy will help shift the greater dialogue to support the changes needed in outdoor and cycling communities - and our world.

    EPISODE 5: Rise ‘n Grind Campers

    EPISODE 5: Rise ‘n Grind Campers

    Learn about the RAR Gravel Program, why it was created and what people experienced at the first gravel camp. Featuring interviews from gravel camp attendees Martina Brimmer, Natalia Cortes, Effie Bourgin, Izzy Sederbaum, Jess Kim, Hannah Dhonau, Katie Scott, Hannah Somhegyi, Maddi Mccann, Lauren Nagel and Christina Francois the Director of the Appleton-Whittell Research Ranch.

    Music for this episode was made by the Band Your Heart Breaks and our logo design is by Molly Sugar.  This series is hosted by Rio Oxas of RAHOK and Everett Ó Cillín, former co-founder of the Radical Adventure Riders, and was produced and edited by Everett.

    This episode is brought to you by Specialized, sponsors of the RAR Gravel Team.  Specialized believes that riding should be an adventure for everyone, and that’s why they’re a proud sponsor of RAR and this podcast. They want you to get out there and keep riding, because you never know where your next ride will take you.

    SERIES DESCRIPTION
    Radical Adventure Riders (RAR) and Race.Ancestors.Health.Outdoors.Knowledge (RAHOK) present the Within & Without podcast. A series of off the chain dispatches from BIPoC and Allies discussing tensions within the cycling community and how we connect to ourselves and the world around us through cycling and the outdoors. Recorded throughout 2020 amidst a global pandemic and racial reckoning, this series shares the lived experiences of our moment.

    These conversations help move us toward transformation:a transformation that centers the freedom and justice of our earth, amplifies voices from across the gender spectrum, and centers Black, Indigenous and People of Color.  We acknowledge the energy of discomfort these conversations may bring and hope this very energy will help shift the greater dialogue to support the changes needed in outdoor and cycling communities - and our world.

    EPISODE 4: Gender is a Boundless Expanse

    EPISODE 4: Gender is a Boundless Expanse

    Hear stories from cyclists from across the gender spectrum share experiences with cycling and the outdoors. We talk about how people show up in the FTWN-B cycling community and what we can do to create more gender inclusive spaces. For today’s episode we spoke with poet Kai Konradi,  Mary Ann Thomas, Jessi Harris, Alex Villalba, Tez De La Tierra, Alley/Ramon Reyes,  Lydia Moore and RAR Gravel Team dad Izzy Sederbaum.

    For more conversations on the boundless expanse of gender, check out the Gender Reveal Podcast with Tuck Woodstock.

    Music for this episode was made by the Band Your Heart Breaks and our logo design is by Molly Sugar. This series is hosted by Rio Oxas of RAHOK and Everett Ó Cillín, former co-founder of the Radical Adventure Riders, and was produced and edited by Everett.

    This episode was made possible through the support of our friends at Swift Industries.  Based in Seattle, Washington, Swift makes quality handcrafted bicycle bags for every adventure. We got to spend some time with Swift co-founder and head honcho Martina Brimmer at the 2020 RAR Gravel camp last year, and her joy and enthusiasm for cycling has been a source of encouragement from the very beginning. Thanks Swift, we’ll see you on the trail.

    SERIES DESCRIPTION
    Radical Adventure Riders (RAR) and Race.Ancestors.Health.Outdoors.Knowledge (RAHOK) present the Within & Without podcast. A series of off the chain dispatches from BIPoC and Allies discussing tensions within the cycling community and how we connect to ourselves and the world around us through cycling and the outdoors. Recorded throughout 2020 amidst a global pandemic and racial reckoning, this series shares the lived experiences of our moment.

    These conversations help move us toward transformation:a transformation that centers the freedom and justice of our earth, amplifies voices from across the gender spectrum, and centers Black, Indigenous and People of Color.  We acknowledge the energy of discomfort these conversations may bring and hope this very energy will help shift the greater dialogue to support the changes needed in outdoor and cycling communities - and our world.

    EPISODE 3: Riding on Turtle Island

    EPISODE 3: Riding on Turtle Island

    Listen to personal stories and perspectives on connecting with the land through cycling and learn more about the complicated histories that define colonial concepts of wilderness and the outdoors. Featuring interviews with new RAR Co-Organizer Renee Hutchens, Christina Torres from Cyclista Zine,  Jessi Harris, Bikepacking Roots Co-Founder Kait Boyle, Tez De La Tierra, Celia Denton, Alley/Ramon Reyes, and Writer Mary Ann Thomas.

    Music for this episode is by Your Heart Breaks and our logo design is by Molly Sugar. This series is hosted by Rio Oxas of RAHOK and Everett Ó Cillín, former co-founder of the Radical Adventure Riders, and was produced and edited by Everett.

    This Episode was sponsored by our friends at Ride with GPS because great rides should leave you feeling inspired, not lost. Ride with GPS is here to keep you on track for all your bike adventures, with the world’s best route planning software, offline maps that allow you to navigate from anywhere, and a platform where you can connect with friends to share rides, photos, and stories from the road -- all of it available on the web or with their mobile app. Ride with GPS wants everyone to go on better rides, more often.

    SERIES DESCRIPTION 

    Radical Adventure Riders (RAR) and Race.Ancestors.Health.Outdoors.Knowledge (RAHOK) present the Within & Without podcast. A series of off the chain dispatches from BIPoC and Allies discussing tensions within the cycling community and how we connect to ourselves and the world around us through cycling and the outdoors. Recorded throughout 2020 amidst a global pandemic and racial reckoning, this series shares the lived experiences of our moment.

    These conversations help move us toward transformation:a transformation that centers the freedom and justice of our earth, amplifies voices from across the gender spectrum, and centers Black, Indigenous and People of Color.  We acknowledge the energy of discomfort these conversations may bring and hope this very energy will help shift the greater dialogue to support the changes needed in outdoor and cycling communities - and our world.

    EPISODE 2: Centering Joy, Acknowledging Grief, Cycling Forward

    EPISODE 2: Centering Joy, Acknowledging Grief, Cycling Forward

    Over the last several months, we got to hear from Black organizers and cyclists as they shared their experiences of joy and community through cycling and how 2020 has impacted the way they live, ride, and thrive.

    We got to speak with riders and organizers Grace Anderson and Devin Cowens who we met through the WTF Summit in 2019 as well as Rachel Olzer, one of the co-founders of Pedal to the People. We also got to hear from zahra alabanza of Black Freedom Outfitters,  Ariana Lima with the Black Bike Culture Mapping Project, Bike Mechanic and organizer Lydia Moore, as well as two recipients of the SJ Brooks Scholarship - mechanic Olivia Williams and poet Katelyn Durst.

    Shoutouts to Black Freedom Outfitters, co-founded by zahra alabanza and Paris Hatcher. Red, Bike and Green-Atlanta and BlackBike Culture Mapping Project organized by Red, Bike and Green.

    Music for this episode is by Your Heart Breaks and features the song Bike Tune Nelly, by Nelly Jones. Our logo design is by Molly Sugar. This series is hosted by Rio Oxas of RAHOK and Everett Ó Cillín, former co-founder of the Radical Adventure Riders, and was produced and edited by Everett.


    SERIES DESCRIPTION
    Radical Adventure Riders (RAR) and Race.Ancestors.Health.Outdoors.Knowledge (RAHOK) present the Within & Without podcast. A series of off the chain dispatches from BIPoC and Allies discussing tensions within the cycling community and how we connect to ourselves and the world around us through cycling and the outdoors. Recorded throughout 2020 amidst a global pandemic and racial reckoning, this series shares the lived experiences of our moment.

    These conversations help move us toward transformation: a transformation that centers the freedom and justice of our earth, amplifies voices from across the gender spectrum, and centers Black, Indigenous and People of Color.  We acknowledge the energy of discomfort these conversations may bring and hope this very energy will help shift the greater dialogue to support the changes needed in outdoor and cycling communities - and our world.

    EPISODE 1: Radical Roots and Responsibilities

    EPISODE 1: Radical Roots and Responsibilities

    Listen to the stories behind RAR and RAHOK and meet your co-hosts Rio Oxas and Everett Ó Cillín . This episode highlights voices from past WTF BX summits and speakers as they share their experiences and insights in the light of our present moment.

    Featuring interviews with Grace Anderson, Devin Cowens, Alex Villalba, Olivia Williams, Kai Konradi and Molly Sugar.

    Music for this episode is by Your Heart Breaks and our logo design is by Molly Sugar. This series is hosted by Rio Oxas of RAHOK and Everett Ó Cillín, former co-founder of the Radical Adventure Riders, and was produced and edited by Everett.

    This episode is brought to you by SimWorks, connecting people from all over the world through a shared appreciation of cycling. Slow down, connect with nature, and savor the most meaningful moments with Simworks. With an emphasis on heritage components with deep roots in Japan and  thoughtful offerings from small-batch makers and craftspeople- SimWorks has an eye for timeless style, offering quality products that will make you smile. With the help of the humble bicycle we can inspire one another to live enriched lives and create deeper connections with each other and the worlds around us.

    SERIES DESCRIPTION

    Radical Adventure Riders (RAR) and Race.Ancestors.Health.Outdoors.Knowledge (RAHOK) present the Within & Without podcast. A series of off the chain dispatches from BIPoC and Allies discussing tensions within the cycling community and how we connect to ourselves and the world around us through cycling and the outdoors. Recorded throughout 2020 amidst a global pandemic and racial reckoning, this series shares the lived experiences of our moment.

    These conversations help move us toward transformation:a transformation that centers the freedom and justice of our earth, amplifies voices from across the gender spectrum, and centers Black, Indigenous and People of Color.  We acknowledge the energy of discomfort these conversations may bring and hope this very energy will help shift the greater dialogue to support the changes needed in outdoor and cycling communities - and our world.

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