Pat finally pays for the good stuff, and talks to the man in charge of bringing a classic back, Bart Bowen.
Short intro here… I know…
Pat talks with John Galloway (who’s accent is far better than his boring Northwestern US one) of The Velocast. Just about all elements of the cycling industry are covered.
Pat finally did it. To mixed reviews. Also, a return guest with a great perspective, Ian Boswell.
Pat moved the studio, again. Also, a talk with coaching legend, Chris Carmichael of Carmichael Training Systems (CTS).
After two live shows, it is time to get back to the studio. A great talk with Tom Danielson of Cinch Cycling. Oh, and Pat’s having a hard time training. #irony
Nothing like toxic air in the Pacific Northwest to motivate another podcast episode. At last, the long promised show with Frank Strack, creator of Velominati.com, The Rules, and The Hardmen.
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.