A great opportunity to catch up on the rest day with American cycling pioneer and Hall of Famer, George Mount.
Pat’s excited about the Classics, pissed about the coverage, and sad about the loss of a great one. To make up for it, a great talk with Mara Abbott.
Pat’s midlife crisis comes to the forefront, along with his hatred for running. The good news is a great interview with Shonny Vanlandingham will make everything better.
What the hell is happening? Pat is actually talking about running, and road cycling is getting pushed out for ‘everyone gets a trophy’ mentalities. Ted Chauvin, long time friend of the podcast, in studio to decide the fate.
Sometimes things just happen. Perhaps by coincidence, perhaps by something greater. Pat talks with downhill pro and personality plus, Amanda Batty.
Thanks for the caring emails, but Pat’s not dead. He just came close. A Leadville tale, Mother Nature’s revenge, and a talk with Steve Porino, the man on the moto (and on the slopes).
Time to go racing, and Pat’s a ‘tad’ nervous. Also, a talk with one of cycling’s great innovators, Keith Bontrager.
Pat actually compares Batman vs. Superman with the Tour de France. Also, a great talk with endurance legend, John Stamstad.
Pat did it, Frank almost did it, and a great talk with mountain bike machine, Carl Decker.
Is it just me, or is Pat too serious? Also, an interview with the Director of the Leadville 100, Josh Colley.