John recently sat down with the team of the Adventure Audio Podcast to talk about the genesis of this very website. If you’ve got an hour to kill, it’s worth the listen for some background information on not only the intent of the Radavist but its place in the larger cycling industry.
Bikes or Death, the podcast about, you guessed it, bikes has interviewed our pal Bailey Newbrey, the owner of Sincere Cycles and the 2018 second-place finisher of the Tour Divide. Bailey talks about riding singlespeed and the TDR, so give it a listen at Bikes or Death.
Shop Visits are some of our favorite content here at the Radavist and at the same time, they are very visual experiences, which is why I really love the Cobra Framebuilding “Shut Up and Build Bikes” series. The latest features Mark from Chumba Cycles and is well worth the listen! Head to Cobra to check it out and don’t miss our Chumba Cycles Shop Visit!
The WTF Bikexplorers have expanded their mission for the forthcoming 2020 calendar year. Within the list of new programs are a new Gravel Team and a fresh podcast, dubbed Within & Without. Check out the details below.
Want a more in-depth look at the world of framebuilding? Or perhaps you want to get to know a builder better before buying one of their bikes. Check out Cobra Framebuilding Tooling’s podcast “Shut Up and Build Bikes” for 19 episodes of interviews. From Chris Bishop of Bishop Bikes to Matt McDonough of Isen Workshop, Shut Up and Build Bikes has something for everyone.
Our friend Annalisa from We Got to Hang Out sat down with Golden Saddle’s Kyle Kelley to talk about life, liberty and the pursuit of awesomeness. Check out the podcast above!