Here are some of the best podcasts that have been filling our earbuds this month.Brett Tippie Podcast: Brett Rheeder Talks About Expectations
Brett Rheeder is one of the most accomplished competition riders of all time. He talks to Tippie about his atypical path to mountain bike supremacy growing up in rural Ontario. He shares his experiences with stress and expectations and how his mindset has evolved over the years because of it. The Bretts talk about Rheeder's new interest into the world of downhill racing and his bike component company, Title, which has just reached its one year anniversary.
THE BRETT TIPPIE PODCAST // EPISODE 17 - BRETT TIPPE PODCAST
August 31, 2021
Brett Rheeder x Brett Tippie = Brett²
Beyond The Tape Podcast: Miranda Miller on Challenges, Pushing Boundaries & Mental Health
Trail EAffect Podcast: Episode 37 with IMBA's Executive Director Dave WiensEpisode 37 features Dave Wiens
. While Dave has been around the world of mountain biking as a racer since nearly the beginning, we chose to focus on Dave’s current work as the executive director of IMBA. We discuss the path Dave took to become the executive director of IMBA
, along with everything else trails. The reoccurring theme throughout this show is the importance of relationships. We also went deep on “More Trails Close to Home” and the importance of building great trail communities.
Making Up The Number Podcast: Greg Minnaar & Myriam Nicole Join George Thompson for the Royalty Episode
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Downtime Podcast: Can Laurie Greenland's Coach Make Me Faster?
The Enduro World Series Podcast
The Drop In Podcast: Katy Winton on Factory Team Vs Privateer
Duncan Shaw is joined by Scottish Enduro Mountain Bike Racer Katy Winton. Back In November 2020, Katy was given the shock news that her contract with Trek Factory Racing was not going to be renewed. After four years of riding and racing for one of the best known and biggest bike brands in the world she was suddenly left with the reality of being unemployed, without a team and even without a bike to ride for the 2021 season.
Downtime Podcast: Ben Hildred Talks About Riding One Million Feet in 200 Days
The HKT Podcast: Paving A Way For Women In Mountain Biking With Helen Gaskell
Helen Gaskell is a former professional downhill mountain bike rider who started her career at just 8 years old. During this episode of The HKT Podcast Helen shares some incredible stories from her days on the World Cup circuit, how she first secured sponsorship, becoming a brand ambassador for Specialized, starting her own MTB insurance business plus much more...
Gypsy Tales Podcast: Aaron Gwin Discusses his Impact on World Cup Racing
Gypsy Tales is a motocross podcast hosted by Jase MacAlpine but it has also hosted mountain bikers in the past including Sam Hill
, Dean Lucas
and now Aaron Gwin.
With nearly 4 hours of discussion on tape, there was guaranteed to be some great insight and Jase has published the above highlight on his YouTube. In it, Gwin talks about breaking into the sport, what advantages he had from his moto and BMX background and how his moto-inspired training program helped to raise the level of downhill racing.
Tune in to the full podcast for some more great insight into Gwin's process and story. Our highlights were the discussions on why Gwin thinks he was sometimes perceived negatively early in his career (2:45), how he learned to deal with the pressure of winning (3:10), how he sees the future of his career (3:38 ) and that Val di Sole run in 2012
Liston to the full podcast on iTunes
Moving the Needle: Andrew Neethling Talks to Dr Jason Richardson on Going From World Champion BMX to Sports Psychology
Dr Jason Richardson is a former World Champion BMXER turned Psychologist. He helps create results for current or past athletes, entrepreneurs and execs by combining psychology and coaching. This conversation hits home on so many levels and every person I feel can benefit from looking a little deeper into the mental side of sport and life.
We hit a broad range of topics including the mental side of performance, retirement from sport, confidence vs preparation, physical vs mental and loads more. Enjoy
Full Episode :
Downtime Podcast: Chatting With Greg Minnaar's Mechanic, Lyle Hyslop
Moving the Needle: Andrew Neethling Talks to Darcy Wittenberg from Anthill Films About the Long Live Chainsaw Documentary
Long Live Chainsaw is a documentary on the life and legacy of Canadian downhill rider Stevie Smith. Darcy Wittenberg from Anthill Films joins the show to discuss all things about the film and Stevie. We get some amazing insights and inside stories of Stevie's life, upbringing, and what it's like to make a film like this. This is a MUST watch for anyone that wants to be inspired.
Find out all you need to know: LONG LIVE CHAINSAW
Also the Stevie Smith Legacy Foundation
Brett Tippie Podcast: Yoann Barelli on Why He Loves the Sea To Sky
Yoann Barelli, the wild man himself joins Brett, The Director of Good times, for the most energetic episode of the podcast yet. We all know what Yoann is capable of on his bike, but do you know how he got here? Brett dives deep to learn about Yoann's early days growing up in France, being inspired by his famous cycling neighbours, the evolution of his racing career and how he ended up in the beautiful Sea to Sky region of BC. Enjoy!
LISTENTHE BRETT TIPPIE PODCAST // EPISODE 16 - Yoann Barelli
Aug 25th, 2021
Can you match the Energy of Yoann Barelli and Brett Tippie?
Gypsy Tales Podcast: Dean Lucas on Getting a Private Jet Home from World Cups
Getting back to Australia after the World Cup season finished was no joke for Dean Lucas. His flight home ended up costing more than $10,000.
Listen to the full three-hour Gypsy Tales podcast below.