Live at Peddling Brewing Company in Seattle, with Frank Strack from Velominati, Carson Hedrick from Hedrick Cycles, and Erik Solberg from Castelli. They are hard to control, but worth the cat herding effort.
Off the chain. Packfiller is LIVE at River City Brewing in Spokane, Washington with smart asses Paul Main, Ted Chauvin (both previous guests) and Nigel Davies to talk roadie death, the Vuelta, and participate in Packfiller Trivia.
It has arrived. The Packfiller experience will be live, Sunday, September 10th starting at 5:00 at the one and only River City Brewing Taproom.
Come have a beer (or more), and laugh at Pat’s expense as he welcomes a panel of truly smartass roadies to discuss doping, cyclocross, the racing season, and participate in the biggest cycling trivia game since guessing who will help Cannondale Drapac.
Giveaways, beer specials, and fun are guaranteed. Prizes from our friends at NUUN Hydration, Velojerseys, and many more.
Pat gets scared into action, and a talk with US sprinting legend, Ivan Dominguez.
It is happening. Frank Strack of Velominati will be attempting the ultimate Merckx tribute… An hour “record” attempt at the Jerry Baker Memorial Velodrome. I’ll simply be drinking beer and commentating.
Watch it live here at 2:00 Pacific, 6/17/16
Pat’s back from the Tour of Sufferlandria to answer your questions in a long, drawn out manner.
That’s right, as the video name says it, IT SEEMED LIKE A GOOD IDEA AT THE TIME. By now, you will be praying for a quick death. No such luck.
Sir Matt Simmons will get you through.
Stage three is not to be talked about (you’ll get it, I promise). Ok, maybe it is. On top of that, it is time for the inaugural episode of “Q&A With Sir Pat” only here on a very special Packfiller Podcast.
Pat and Mark stop ASSuming and go to the source. Three women’s cycling perspectives, Jenni Gaertner, Allison Beall, and Michelle Bulger provide a look into the sport, where it is heading, and how to get there.
Spring is in the air, and it’s time for new promises, and some old stories… Oh, and we predict the Classics.