Ryan provides an update on his health and the future of Bikepack Canada. A very special thank you to all of our podcast listeners. See you at the summit in September!
Ryan shares some relevant tips from his 24 Hours of Adrenalin solo win in Canmore last week. The chat covers body care, nutrition, gear, and mental toughness.
Chatting with Justin Chadwick and Trevor Anderson (of Calgary, Alberta), co-organizers of the Hurt'n Albert'n bikepacking event. We get a little backstory, a recap of the inaugural run, and changes in-the-works for this years event.
Chatting with Kerry Staite (from Newcastle, Australia), founder of K-Lite, the most powerful dynamo lights on the market. We get into Kerry's diverse do-it-yourself background, an understanding of the technology, its history, and finding success in the niche bikepacking market.
Chatting with Kathy Schoendoerfe (of Ovando, Montana), co-owner of the Blackfoot Angler. The fly shop is part of one of the more enthusiastic communities along the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route. Population, 65.
Chatting with Sarah Hornby (of Canmore, Alberta) on trading in her triathlon bike for a knobby tires and a view of the Rockies. We get into the anxiety and elation of learning to mountain bike, overcoming a fear of bears, why you should use a sleeping bag liner, and more. A conversation that rookie bikepackers will definitely appreciate.
Host Ryan Correy shares a variety of tips that he has learned over the last five years, including drinking beer. Seriously. Could alcohol be an unconventional race strategy?
Chatting with our buddy Josh Kato (of Cashmere, Washington) before the start of the 2017 Tour Divide.
From the archives of the original 'Adventure Cycling' podcast, please enjoy my conversation with JD Pauls (of Hamilton, Ontario) after completing the 2013 Tour Divide. You will be missed, brother.
Chatting with Canadian Cycling editor, Matthew Pioro (of Toronto, Ontario). We get into a friendly debate on whether bikepacking should just be called bike touring. For emerging writers, we also review some helpful freelance tips.