An interview with Lara Kroepsch

Lara Kroepsch is a former professional cyclist, USA national team meber, and 2X collegiate national champion. She Competed in road, mountain, track, and cyclocross disciplines and her past professional teams include Trek, T-Mobile, Lipton, Value Act Capital, and BOO Bicycles. In this episode, we’ll cover: The difference in women’s cycling today vs 10 years ago. How social media has helped build popularity in women’s cycling for the public How a lot of women cyclist didn’t get paid and had to couch surf. The best places to find BrittLee Bowman: LinkedIn

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UTR012: An Interview with BrittLee Bowman

BrittLee Bowman is the team director for a domestic elite team and Cyclocross racer with Richard Sachs. Cycling became a part of her life when she began commuting to college on her bike. In this episode, we’ll cover: Sometimes people take you in and help you and sometimes you have to really have to prove yourself first Being quirky is what can set us apart What inspired BrittLee to start a road team and become the manager Fitting cycling into a full schedule like a full time job and a family The best places to find BrittLee Bowman: Twitter

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UTR010: An Interview with Ed Nasjleti P. I

This is part I of a special two part series with the man who is known as the tech guru behind SRAM—Ed Nasjleti. SRAM is a company that strives to be the most exciting component manufacturer in the biking industry. Riders who live and breathe bicycles love REAM most because bicycles are what they love, too. They consider themselves “Narrow minded yet forward thinking”. They began with the goal of creating the absolute best shifting system. They changed the cycling world forever with the introduction of Grip Shift. In this episode, we’ll cover: How Ed first started with SRAM doing outside events in the Northeast How growing up in Boston and having only a bike for transportation created a love and passion for bikes When Americans first began going to Europe to race bikes The best places to find SRAM: sram.com

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UTR009: An Interview with Michael Beattie

Michael is the host of The Travel and Safety Podcast. He interviews the world’s most celebrated travelers to find out how they stay prepared, stay interested, and make every day an adventure.. Born in 1957 Michael grew up traveling between his parent’s countries of origin, Italy and England.  Nurturing his passion for motorcycling he took off on two wheels whenever he could exploring cultures as diverse as the lifestyles of the rich and famous inMonaco to the wilderness of the African Tuareg deserts and the Berber camps of the Atlas Mountains. Emigrating to California he took up sailing as a way to see the world from a different perspective, mountain biking led him to explore the extraordinary parks in the western States and when he got married he found in his partner a woman who has explored Europe and Latin America from childhood. Work has interfered with travel plans but Layne and Michael take road trips, fly, and make every small journey a destination. Their curiosity about the world has … Read More »

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