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119 minutes | Sep 9, 2022
Episode 115 // Moriah Wilson
This episode will forever be near and dear to our hearts and to our WGTHO family. Right before the summer, and a month after this recording, we lost our friend and WGTHO champion, Moriah Wilson. We kept this recording off the air to allow for The Wilson family and those close to her to grive and heal. Now that we are starting our new season we wanted to begin by remembering the legacy of an extremely bright star and a friend that we continue to think of and will forever hold close the memories we have with her. Moriah Wilson was an incredibly talented cyclist who started off this year with 7 wins and one second place finish including the very first race of the Lifetime Grand Prix. We caught up with "Mo" directly after her win and several reschedules. Mo generously gave us her time as we chatted about her life before bikes as an elite skiier, her disinterest in word games and all things that have culminated in her life and lead her to be the most exciting cyclist of the season. Our Episodes are rarely edited but to ensure that Mo's personality and legacy is maintained we are presenting this episode almost entire uncut from beginning to end. Roll in Peace, Mo. #FoMo #WGTHOpodcast
70 minutes | Jun 15, 2022
Episode 114 // Reggie Miller (Hall of Fame Basketball Player/MTBer/USAC BoD)
It’s not every day that WGTHO has a Hall of Fame, Top 50 NBA player of all time on our show… BUT WE DO TODAY! Reggie Miller is all of the aforementioned plus a veteran MTBer. Reggie sits on the Board of Directors at USAC and focuses on diversity initiatives and engagements within the organization. Naturally we touched on that topic, the NBA Finals and Reggie’s sweet new Moot YSL that he just picked up in Steamboat Springs. Reggie was participating in the Ranch Rally in Steamboat which is a bike event that supports the ranchers in the area but Reggie was also able to direct some of those proceeds towards cycling at HBCUs as well. We covered the gamut in this episode. It was a fun one as always. Enjoy.
120 minutes | Jun 6, 2022
Episode 113 // Isabella Bertold (Pro Sailor/Pro Cyclist)
Isabella Bertold lives her athletic life on two opposite ends of the sporting spectrum. Isabella made a very successful career of racing a laser radial and was previously ranked No. 2 in the world. After suffering from a TBI Isabella discovered cycling through physical therapy and from there has gone on to find herself competing with the most elite cyclists in the world—not to mention she started her own UCI team, InstaFund LaPrima. We’ll leave the rest to the podcast but not without teasing how to sail into the wind, Isabella’s thoughts and initiatives on sustainability, the ongoing conflict between the correct pronunciation of the word ‘buoy’ and Isabella returning back to sailing but now in the most elite field of SailGP. Enjoy.
135 minutes | Mar 8, 2022
Episode 112 // Aliyah Barnwell (Journalist/Cyclist)
131 minutes | Mar 1, 2022
Episode 111 // Isabel King (Professional Cyclist)
Isabel King is a professional cyclist originally from The Bay Area now currently living in Santa Monica, CA. In the last 18 months Isabel has gained a lot of attention, initially, from being the heir apparent in Southern California QOMs and then putting her talents to the test in bike racing. In Isabel's first ever race at Unbound she was able secure a Top 10 spot (8th) and from there she set the tone for a very successful rookie year in gravel racing. We talked about her athletic background and the time she spent working on Wall St. and what it means to be a professional cyclist in an era of privateering. Another great conversation to get you through the day. Enjoy
93 minutes | Feb 22, 2022
Episode 110 // Lea Davison (Professional MTBer)
77 minutes | Feb 15, 2022
Episode 109 // Rich Lang of Spoked AI
Rich Lang is a former professional cyclist for Rapha-Condor, Oceania U23 National Champion and now founder of a new training app for cyclists, Spoked AI. As we do on every episode we got to know more about Rich and his background and we really got to dig in on how Rich's personal interests helped influence the development of Spoked. Not to be too self-serving here but Rich also helped validate the We Got to Hangout show by allowing us to make our own promo code 'WGTHO' which will give you a 30-day trial of the app! Enjoy. https://apps.apple.com/us/app/spoked/id1567418935
75 minutes | Feb 3, 2022
Episode 108 // Zack Lambert of Blackheart Bike Co
On this VERY SPECIAL episode of WGTHO podcast your two hosts, Freya and Cree, recorded thier first podcast together, in house, at Luft of Los Angeles in Venice, CA. We spoke with Zack Lambert, founder of Luft and Blackheart Bike Co, about his revision of ambassadorship in cycling, how Luft and Blackheart came into existence and some of Zack's goals to able to support his athletes and employees in a way that hasn't been done too often in cycling.
35 minutes | Dec 31, 2021
WGTHO Says Farewell to 2021
A change of pace. Today it's just Freya and Christopher catching up and remembering a few months to the past and looking towards the new year, 2022! Enjoy this short episode and we'll see you in the year!
144 minutes | Dec 21, 2021
Episode 107 // Jon Wolery & Doug McClintock of The Gravel Lot (Podcast)
Oh, do we have a treat for you today! This episode is a walk-off homer to the fantastic year that we have had doing WGTHO this year. Today, we had Doug McClintock and Jon Wolery of The Gravel Lot podcast on the show. Before diving in the way we usually do on the show we switched things up and started off by discussing some of the current events in cycling. Then, we got into Doug and Jon's history with the show and the observations they've made as commentators/contributors to the culture and community of cycling. This episode is full gas from start to finish and a wonderful note to end with for 2021. Enjoy
130 minutes | Nov 30, 2021
Episode 106 // Isabelle Bryenton (Pro Cyclist)
This episode is the gift that keeps on giving! TODAY we had Isabelle Bryenton hang out with us on the show. Izzy is a professional cyclist originally from Ottawa, Canada who is currently living in Girona while she stands by for the 2022 US racing calendar to commence. While living in Spain she is also working on completing her double major in engineering and is constantly dreaming of ways to make cycling more accessible via her expertise. We had a TON of fun on the show today and we covered almost everything we possibly could within two hours. Izzy has one of the most positive outlooks and attitudes that there is so her presence made this show flow naturally. Enjoy!
105 minutes | Nov 23, 2021
Episode 105 // Christopher Blevins (Cycling World Champion - Short Track)
On this special episode we have the first American to win a World Cup in 27 years and NOW, the first ever short track World Champion, Christopher Blevins! Christopher may have had one of the most storybook cycling seasons in recent history. In addition to the accolades mentioned, he has also recently finished school at Cal Poly and produced a documentary covering the land and trails that he calls home in Cuyama Valley near San Luis Obispo. The name of this documentary is The Long Traverse. It's a film that brings you straight to the intersection of the preparation for an FKT (Fastest Known Time), the environmental consciousness that Christopher and his team use to build the trails in and around the valley along with the history, traditions and respect that they have for the rightful people of the land, The Chumash. We covered a gamut of topics as we always do on WGTHO and we hosted our first ever World Champion... and it won't be our last. Enjoy!
106 minutes | Nov 16, 2021
Episode 104 // CJ Williams (Pro Cyclist - L39ION)
Today the stars and moons and planets aligned for, “one of the most funs” we have ever have WGTHO Podcast. We had the honor of hosting CJ Williams of L39ION of Los Angeles. Cj is not only a stout athlete on one of the best cycling teams in the US but he is also the man that keeps this ship afloat by handling a bulk of the operations and wrenching for L39ION. There were many many many laughs had so there’s no point in holding you up on this copy. Just have a listen and enjoy!
120 minutes | Nov 9, 2021
Episode 103 // Ciaran O'Grady (World Tour Trainer)
Ciaran O’Grady is a World Tour trainer and personal cycling coach who recently just completed his Ph.D! He is also the fiance of our wonderful host, Freya. This episode was recorded right after Paris Roubaix Femmes so we recapped that along with discussing the inner workings of world tour training and the business side of bikes. We also, for some reason, discussed Linkin Park’s relevance in the music world???? Fortunately, from there we were able to get things back under control before it was too late. Enjoy!
103 minutes | Oct 13, 2021
WGTHO Live Justin Williams Cory Williams Rahsaan Bahati and Dr. Marlon Moncrieffe
In this special episode of We Got to Hang Out podcast, we sat down with Rahsaan Bahati along with Justin and Cory Williams who are protagonists from the book “Black Champions of Cycling”. This book, written by author, Dr. Marlon Moncrieffe, discusses the history of black cyclists pushing the boundaries of the sport. This episode was our first podcast recorded live from the Rapha LA clubhouse in front of an RCC members-only audience. It was an honor to sit and have a real talk with living legends.
107 minutes | Sep 28, 2021
Episode 102 // Lucas Strain (Pro Cyclist - Road/Track)
How much do you think it costs to fill up one of the world’s biggest yachts? We’ll give you a hint: It’s a lot of money! These are some of the things, amongst others, that cyclist, artist and bike painter Lucas Strain sat down to chat with us about. We’ve been wanting to share our conversation with Lucas for a while now. He has an amazing story and tons of life experience. Enjoy the show!
102 minutes | Sep 8, 2021
Episode 101 // Sami Sauri (Cinematographer/Cyclist)
Sami is a cyclist, visual storyteller and has a unique introduction to the cycling community. Today we spoke with her about bad tattoos, videography and Sami’s short film Finding Myself. It feels so good to be back with Season 6! Enjoy.
48 minutes | Aug 24, 2021
WGTHO SEASON 6!!!
We are officially kicking off the new season with a quick chat and update on what we've been up to over the summer. Rocket is not only preparing for Badlands she is also preparing to become a permaculture farmer??? More on that. Cree is still riding his high from Chicago. In total, all is well within the WGTHO family and we are super excited to get rolling on the new season. Enjoy!
105 minutes | Aug 18, 2021
WGTHO 100th Episode!!!
The original cast is back in ALL of its glory! Anna Grace, Barb and Kyle rejoined with the new hosts of WGTHO, Creedub and Rocket. This was the best and only way that we could celebrate such a huge milestone in WGTHO's history. Enjoy!
111 minutes | Jun 12, 2021
Episode 99 // Derek Teel of Dialed Health (Personal Trainer/Cyclist)
Derek Teel is a cyclist and founder of Dialed Health, a health and fitness program. Derek has clients all over the world and focuses on coaching his clients into creating better habits that in turn promote a better lifestyle. Derek is also an accomplished downhill and enduro MTB racer which we discussed at length. It was great to have Derek share his expertise and share our similar disregard for boba… but to each their own. Enjoy.
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