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For this special edition of the Mountain Flyer podcast, host Trina Ortega welcomes Seattle-area broadcast journalist Paul Andrews in co-hosting a panel discussion about e-MTBs and their place in today’s mountain bike landscape. Industry leaders Ace Bollinger, Leslie Kehmeier, Nat Ross and Yvonne Kraus dive deeper into the impacts e-mountain bikes a…
 
Richmond Cycling Corps uses cycling to create positive change in the lives of youth who live in Richmond, Virginia’s public housing projects. It is not like a typical after-school or drop-in program, where kids might attend once and never return. Services include casual and long-distance cycling outings; mountain bike racing in middle school and hi…
 
Bikepacking Roots is the only nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting and advancing bikepacking, growing a diverse bikepacking community, advocating for the conservation of the landscapes and public lands through which we ride and creating professional routes. At the heart of the organization are professional endurance mountain bikers, land …
 
From pump tracks to career inroads, Grow Cycling Foundation aims to build pathways into cycling for marginalized demographics. At the heart of this new nonprofit is former World Cup downhill racer Eliot Jackson, who admits he’s always had a “bias for action.” A longtime motocross racer who grew up in Oklahoma and California, Jackson first got into …
 
Given that Hannah Finchamp has been competing in triathlons since she was 9, she already has amassed a lifetime of racing experience at age 26. The two-time overall amateur Xterra world champion and five-time collegiate cycling national champion now rides for the Orange Seal Off Road Team and has made the 2020 Olympic Long Team, vying for a spot to…
 
On the Myers-Briggs personality test, Lea Davison charts on the extreme extrovert end. In elite mountain bike racing, where many athletes are reserved and restrained, Davison’s spontaneity and playfulness aren’t the norm. But that's exactly what we love so much about her…along with her commitment to empowering girls and young women through her nonp…
 
In the premiere episode of Mountain Flyer’s “Tale Spin,” we get to hear stories straight from our riding friends. Outside magazine editor Gloria Liu reflects on the soulful connection a rider has with the bike. Klunking enthusiast and bike collector Jon Rizzo speaks to the calming power of the Pennsylvania woods. In his essay “The Murder, the Yeti …
 
From the industry’s first bonafide mountain bikes to today’s fast-growing e-bike segment, Gary Fisher has long been in love with cycling, which he believes is much more than just a sport. For Fisher, it’s a way of life—the source to take in what he calls “Vitamin N” (Nature) and simultaneously “soothe the beast.” Described as a dreamer who loves bi…
 
What kind of person does it take to develop the industry’s smartest suspension? 18-year Fox employee and suspension designer Everet Ericksen breaks down some of the tech of his team’s latest innovation — Fox Live Valve — while also talking about how he got into shock absorber development, its challenges and its highlights. This episode is possible …
 
Sonya Looney’s pro MTB career includes more than 25 wins and course records in 11 countries, including a World Championship and USA National Championships. A successful businessperson, she launched and hosts The Sonya Looney Show podcast, founded Moxy & Grit apparel brand, and started the nutrition-based community Plant-Powered Tribe. But Looney eq…
 
2019 Mountain Bike Hall of Fame inductee and World Champion cross country and gravel racer Rebecca Rusch turned 50 last year. The four-time Leadville 100 MTB champ, six-time Dirty Kanza winner, public lands advocate, motivational speaker and fire fighter has every reason to down shift. Yet in September, she launched Rusch Ventures (rebeccarusch.com…
 
A calculated investment in singletrack in the mid-2000s solidified Moab, Utah, as a singletrack destination at a time when the town’s recreation planners could either respond to neighboring communities’ MTB-specific development or fade into the desert sunset with its 4x4 and double-track routes. Thanks in part to his skillful rock work on the iconi…
 
High school adventurers Whitton Feer and Ian Catto set out for the Arizona Trail in the spring of their senior year to gain a better understanding of the U.S. West's water crisis. In this episode, Feer and Catto talk about their 13-day adventure in hot, dry Arizona and consider the question: Is there hope for humans living in the Desert Southwest?…
 
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