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In this episode, I chat with entrepreneur Michael Graham. We have a chat with him about changing careers, getting into product design, and opening up a bike shop. Hopefully, you get as much out of it as I did. Jump over to hucktheworld.com and get some of those tech tees, you will thank me later. Don't forget to jump over to Craftworks and show them some love. They are building amazing bikes with very little budget. If you already have a bike and want to make it perform better, send the suspension up to NS Dynamics and get it...
In this episode, I had the opportunity to talk with one of Australia's silent people from behind the scenes. Evans sporting life has taken many turns and we chat about his many skills outside of sport as well. I feel like we could have kept talking for hours and I hope you enjoy the episode. Huge thanks to craft works for supporting the podcast. Jump over to Craftworks.com and check out their amazing bike. Also, if you want to support the podcast directly, grab a tee from beyondthetape.com
Episode 19: Talking growing up in the mountains, Event organising and MTB culture with Tim Windshuttle
In this episode, I sat down with the organiser of Australias biggest gravity focused mountain bike festival, the Cannonball Festival. We chat about moving down from the sea to the mountains, the transition from snowboarding to mountain biking, and how the idea for the festival came about. As always, please share the podcast around, leave reviews and comments on I-Tune to help the Podcast expand. Thanks to the guys at Craftworks and NSDynamics for all your support. Jump over to their page and show them some love.
In this episode, I had the pleasure of talking with the recently crowned, junior world champion, Kye A'Hern. We talk about growing up in an elite sporting family, the difference of world champs, and what it's like joining a team with Troy Brosnan. As always, I would like to thank the legends at Craftworks Cycles and FSR Media House for all the support. I hope you enjoy the episode and please subscribe where ever your pods get cast.
In this episode, we chat with Lachlan McKillop about what it's like to wrench for teams, race at a high level, and what training other mechanics at STU. For those outside the "industry", we describe what STU is and how good SRAM is at providing good dealer service. Really happy to share his story with all of you. Don't forget to head over and check out Craftworks.com to see their beautiful bikes. Also, thanks to NSDynamics for supporting the podcasting. Huge thanks to Boris "Mad Dog Boris" Beyer for letting me use his photo.