83: Leadville 100, Dirty Kanza, Hammer Series, Critérium du Dauphiné. And Looking For Gemstones In Gender Land Mines

We discuss exciting news for any racer looking for a team to join the Leadville 100 MTB race in Colorado, that CAF is offering a spot on their team, and the results of the Dirty Kanza 200 for the men and women. We recap on the results of the first Hammer Series, and Justin gives us an overview of the Criterium du Dauphine.
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74: First American (From SoCal) Wins Flanders, the SweaterGate Debate, and Los Angeles 2016 Traffic Report Card

The entire team gets together and discusses upcoming SoCal events, EROICA California and the Cervelo Belgian Waffle Ride. We review the winners of the Tour of Flanders, comment on the PBS documentary about local Bicycle Brigade, the Ovarian Psycos, and lament on the LA Times report card on pedestrian fatalities in Los Angeles during 2016. The post-show covers topics regarding April Fool’s Day.
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70: No Romain in This Paris-Nice Salad, The Gritty New ‘Hammer Series’, and Throwing Out The Rule Book

We start with some follow up on the proposed bill for California cyclists to not have to stop at stop signs, then onto topics which include the Frenchman Romain Bardet’s disqualification at the first stage of the 75th Paris-Nice race; a new format is added to the UCI World Tour calendar, and we end with thoughts on “The Rules” in cycling.
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68: Breaking Up With Utah, Shimano Releases New MTB Groupset, Talking About Pants, and Liberty Station.

This episode of the podcast features the team discussing topics of advocacy and land-use in Utah and Marin County. We also discuss gear with Shimano’s latest groupset updates for the mountain bikes, a discussion on pants for cycling and an assortment of other bits and pieces to give you something to think about on your next ride. Enjoy!
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