Podcast Round Up: September 2023

Sep 27, 2023
by Christie Fitzpatrick  
Here are some of the podcasts that have been filling our earbuds the last little while. Let us know below what you've been enjoying, we're always on the hunt for some new voices!

Interview: Vaea Verbeeck on Women Competing at Red Bull Rampage

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The Rampage hopeful shares some of the challenges going on behind the scenes of efforts to have a women's category at Rampage. Alicia Leggett and Brian Park sat down with Vaea Verbeeck, one of the original Formation riders and a future Rampage hopeful, to hear her thoughts about the situation. The podcast is below if you'd like to listen to us ramble.

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Podcast: Benoit Coulanges on conquering demons, Camille Balanche on her Andorra road gap crash & some #teamrumours

Words - George Thompson

In this episode George, Jack & Emilie catch up on World Champs & the last 3 World Cups including a special guest appearance from Camille Balanche. Then they’re joined by the winner of the Les Gets World Cup, Benoit Coulanges who talks about the pressure he faced after seeding first & winning semi's the weekend before & crashing out, before closing out the show with a few predictions for the final 2 World Cups of the season & some Team Rumours.

The Pinkbike Podcast: Episode 193 - Freeride, Firefighting and Fear with Steve Vanderhoek

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How do you cope with a sport that has inherent risks? And how do you balance that with life as a first-responder? Henry sits down with Steve to find out.

Podcast: Wyn Masters talks privateer project, injuries, state of downhill and more...

Words - TheRideCompanion

Mountain bike royalty Wyn Masters is back on the podcast with more hilarious stories and insights! During this episode, Wyn talks about the crazy crash that put him out of the first part of the 2023 downhill season, head injuries, how his privateer project is helping more riders, race formats, WynTV, proposes a new World Cup schedule and much more...

Podcast: Bikes, Cars, & Chasing Life’s Passion with Mike Levy & SRAM's David Zimberoff

Recorded before Levy's alien abduction, he sat down with DZ for a chat. Mike Levy lives and breathes the biking world. Since he discovered mountain biking as a kid, he’s gotten at least 200 days per year every year. He calls Squamish home these days and you’re more likely to find him wearing lycra on his gravel rig than baggy shorts on an enduro bike.

The 96 Podcast: Tracy Moseley

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Scott Beaumont speaks to former teammate and one of Mountain Biking greats, Tracy Moseley. Tracy's career has spanned the last 3 decades, all the wheel sizes and all the disciplines. She has literally done it all and won pretty much most of it! Now a mum to Toby, her schedule may have slowed down a bit but she continues to inspire globally and make a huge impact in our sport.

Podcast: A Trail Builder's Dream Bike

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We sat down with Micha Rudolph to talk about his Trail Building Commuter, a project bike that recently won the Leaf Cycles Klunker Custom Challenge. As the forebears of modern day mountain bikes, Klunkers hold a special place in history and adding the utility of bringing your trail building tools to the secret spot presents an interesting bridge to the cargo bikes and micromobility solutions of the present day.

Podcast: Clay Porter talks MTB Drive To Survive, Deathgrip 2, the current state of downhill and more

Words - TheRideCompanion

Clay Porter is back in the UK filming for that not so secret DG2 project so, of course he found himself dragged into the TRC studio for another podcast! During this episode Olly and Clay talk about the success of Deathgrip one, British things Clay doesn't understand, creating original content, Alex Rankin's Earthed series, why we should be thankful for the live broadcast, vlogging, Valli Holl and how Clay is looking to making Drive To Survive for mountain biking plus much more.

The Pinkbike Podcast: Episode 196 - The Industry Ideas That Just Keep Coming Back

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There are some ideas that the industry keeps coming back to. Whether it's high-pivots, oval chainrings or even mix-wheeled bikes, some things seem to have their moment in the sun once a decade. In this week's podcast, Dario, Kaz and Matt join me to talk about what they wish would come back, and what they hope goes forever. There are lukewarm takes, some strange tangents and some ideas that are just flatly antiquated and wrong.

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 No offense to the current hosts, but the PB podcast is just not the same without Levy. COME BACK MIKE LEVY!!
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 Right, it's better now. Henry is doing a great job.
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 the Steve V episode was really good
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 Agreed. Solid episode.
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 Thanks so much!
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 @stevev88: I think I unlocked, like, 3 chakras listening to that episode. much gratitiude.
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 I bet Levy is more than happy to have been abducted by aliens. It's great to be proven right, but a bummer that he's gone and can't gloat about it.
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 I've been busy the last month ripping some loamy gnar. What happened to Levy? He was at least 20% of the reason I visit the site.
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 Thanks for featuring my podcast in this list PinkBike Smile

Always a pleasure chatting to Tracy about her career and the current state of play.
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 Can't believe the Levy one was posted.
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 Love how 1/3 are pink bike poddys
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 Also: Props to Levy for being able to drop off the map like that.
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 Face it Pinkers, Levy is gone. All the best to him.
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 Levy needs to start his own podcast!
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 Klunkers are kool! 3
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 Levy doesn’t work at pinkbike anymore. Good for him.

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