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29 minutes | Jul 20, 2021
Episode 59: Dylan Bibic from Belgium
Dylan Bibic is one of the top junior road and track racers in the world. He has won multiple Canadian National Championships on the track, has trained with the Canadian Olympic team, and is currently racing with Cannibal Team in Belgium as he gears up for the World Championships. Prior to my conversion with Dylan, we have results from Freedom Run Road Race with more content on our website at packchatterpodcast.com Instagram: @packchatter, @dylanbibic, @cannibalteam
23 minutes | Jul 14, 2021
Episode 58: National Champion AJ August
The youngest of the August crew, Junior National TT Champion AJ August of Hot Tubes Racing joins the show to talk about his big win, upcoming goals, cyclocross season, and field a fan question from non other than Curtis White. We also have results and a quick recap from last weekend's Strade Verde road race. Follow us on Instagram @packchatter and check out our website for more cycling content www.packchatterpodcast.com.
20 minutes | Jul 5, 2021
Episode 57: Post Race Coverage Hamburg Road Race
Road racing is back in WNY! We have a few post-race interviews from the event and loads of video content on our website and Instagram. Make sure you are registered for the next Buffalo Bicycling Club race Freedom Run Winery Road Race Online Registration (bikereg.com) Follow us @packchatterppodcast and on our website at www.packchatterpodcast.com. Follow the Buffalo Bicycling Club @buffalobicyclingclub
42 minutes | Jul 1, 2021
Episode 56: Promoter Round Table
Gravel results, stage race preview, crit state championships... and horse track racing? NYS races are in full swing, and this week we have three of the best race directors in the game. Tom Weichmann and Rich Scaduto dish the details on this year's 2 Days of Buffalo while John Compton reports results from his Natifo 40 gravel grinder, previews the T-Burg Crit -this years NYS Championship - and speculates a race format that has Tony jazzed. bikereg.com/2DOB & @earcracing bikereg.com/t-brugcrit www.packchatterpodcast.com
65 minutes | May 18, 2021
Episode 55: Pretty Fly for a 'Ry Guy'
A new rider, a race director, and a master's team walk into a podcast... First-year rider Ryan Fletcher and Race Director Matt Rankin start the show. Ryan shares his perspective on entering the sport while Matt gives us the details of the NYS Championship Road Race. Then Craig Polston and Ryan Rish share their experience of launching a master's team and continuing to race as life evolves. Instagram @packchatterpodcast, @teamtowpath, @ry.guy.fly @kanberra.five20, @wnybrc, @onceagainracing, @legacicycling
56 minutes | Apr 11, 2021
Episode 54: Back on the Carbon Pony
We are back on the "carbon pony" with Buffalo Bicycling Club representatives Erin Haskell, James Thompson, and Tom Robinson about their upcoming USA Cycling races and their club's new mentoring program. Then we catch-up with Jake Castor of Team Skyline and Ethan Carney of Kelly Benefits Elite Development Team to get the rundown of their season plans. Plus we have race dates of some of our favorite events. Follow the BBC on Instagram & Facebook @buffalobicyclingclub Follow Jake Castor @teamskylinebike & @jakecastor8 Follow Ethan Carney on Strava, @kbs.elite_devo & @cmucycling Follow us on Instagram & Facebook @packchatterpodcast. Email question to Tony at email@example.com.
71 minutes | Mar 27, 2021
Episode 53: Jeff Poulin
Jeff Poulin is the President and founder of the of the New York State Bicycling Racing Association, NY's Local Association for USA Cycling and the largest sponsor of amateur bike racing in NYS. In this episode, Jeff gives us a rundown on the coming race season while Todd and Tony also talk about a shift in podcast focus, the excitement of being a pro cycling fan right now, and balance bikes for kids. See NYSBRA.com for 2021 races, grants, and resources. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook @packchatterpodcast. Email question to Tony at firstname.lastname@example.org.
56 minutes | Jul 23, 2020
Episode 52: Two Days of Buffalo Stage Race
With 2020 mostly canceled, some events are finding ways to move forward. In this episode, we talk with the Race Directors Tom Weichman and Rich Scaduto of Two Days of Buffalo as they discuss their plans to hold a stage race during the first weekend of August. For more info about the event, see their Bikereg page at https://www.bikereg.com/2dob
49 minutes | Apr 19, 2020
Episode 51: Trevor August
Trevor August is an emerging young talent from Rochester with a rich family history in cycling. He grew up in bike shops racing mtb and cross. Now as a high school junior, he looks to get some more experience on the road while entering the elite ranks in cross. In this episode, Trevor tells us about his experience racing cross in Belgium, growing up in a cycling family, living under COVID-19, and his plans for the future.
95 minutes | Apr 8, 2020
Episode 50: Adam Myerson
As a racer, event promoter, and coach, Adam Myerson is one of the most interesting figures in American cycling. In this episode we get a chance to discuss the challenges of coaching during the pandemic, the evolution of road racing, and some of his favorite gravel events all through a lens that has seen more than 30 years of the sport.
61 minutes | Apr 4, 2020
Episode 49: Rob Kelly
Tony sits down with podcasting bike racer Rob Kelly of the "No Training Wheels Podcast." Rob produces an insightful, polished show that interviews interesting cycling figures while providing a unique commentary around those conversations. In this show, we talk a little about his approach to that production, his history in the sport, and his view on an array of cycling topics. Follow Rob @notrainingwheelspod on Instagram and Twitter and subscribe to his show any place you get your podcasts.
58 minutes | Mar 28, 2020
Episode 48: Chris Norvold
In this episode, we chat with Chris Norvold about content creation and bringing young people to the sport. Chris came to cycling as a member of the famed Western Mass cross cultural where he raced for JAM Fund as a junior. At 20 years old, Chris is now developing his own business as a content creator for BMC that focuses on adventure events.
48 minutes | Mar 20, 2020
Growlers with Willow Ep #5
Note: this episode was recorded on 3/15. Our thoughts and opinions on the COVID-19 are based on the information available at that time. Some of those have changed and will continue to change as we learn more. In this show, Blaine Mays, from Steuben Brewing Co., joins us for a conversation around the relationship between bikes and beer. SBC runs group rides and hosts a bike club. We explore that business model. You can follow SBC @steubenbrewing.
64 minutes | Mar 19, 2020
Episode 47: Jeremy Powers
As COVID-19 takes-over our lives, we get some time with cyclocross legend and GCN journalist, Jeremy Powers. We talk about Powers's personal situation in this tough time before digging into his transition from pro-racer to full-time journalist.
59 minutes | Mar 12, 2020
Episode 46: TJ Eisenhart
In this episode, Tony and TJ Eisenhart talk fatherhood, gravel, art, and culture. TJ has raced road since he was a junior, but at 25, and as a new dad, he is shifting his focus to gravel racing and creating art around those experiences. For more information follow TJ @tjeienhart @imaginary_collective.
63 minutes | Mar 7, 2020
Episode 45: Butcher Box Cycling
In this episode, Butcher Box Cycling Team Director, Steve Cullen, calls-in from the first few hours of team camp. In 2020, Butcher Box continues to chase lofty goals as the men's squad hopes to repeat as the USA Crit Championship while a very stacked, newly-formed women's team looks to make their mark on American Crit racing by taking the women's title. Hear form Steve and the riders as they begin this season-long journey.
56 minutes | Feb 28, 2020
Growlers with Willo: Episode #4
In this episode we talk e-bikes. Willo provides his perspective as a manufacturer on ways he expects this new tech will impact the industry. Then we talk snow group riding strategy and etiquette. In the episode we cite this article as it provides a wealth of insight on e-bikes.
69 minutes | Feb 7, 2020
Episode 44: Ryan DeWald
Bike shop owner and Team Skyline founder, Ryan DeWald is set to launch a deep pro roster for 2020, and he's doing it with a mission. Ryan is a Type 1 diabetic, and he uses his team to educate and empower others who suffer from this disease. You can follow Ryan and his crew @TeamSkyline on Instagram and Facebook.
80 minutes | Jan 26, 2020
Growlers with Willo: Episode #3
In this episode, Tony and Willo breakdown Growler's American-Made Session IPA gravel bike. Then they talk cyclists and traffic laws. Check out the new Growler gravel bike at www.growlerbikes.com.
66 minutes | Dec 19, 2019
Episode 43: Selene Yeager
Selene Yeager is a highly accomplished author, coach, pro-athlete, and podcaster. In this episode, we breakdown the world of gravel racing through the lens of Selene's newest book Gravel! You can follow Selene @fitchick3.
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