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March 3 - Trail Cast. "Trail How-To Continues & Updates" Drew continues his How to Get Started Building Series. In this episode, he focuses on the all-important proposal. Drew then answers a listener question about dealing with landowner restrictions and making improvements to existing trail systems. As always, he gives you an update about some trail work days and reminds listeners to consider trail conditions in different locations.


March 3 - Bike Life in Swedish Lapland. "With Guest Johanna Myrland"  Olov and Lars are checking in from Northern Sweden and this time with a guest! Local rider and founder of their local mountain bike club, Johanna Myrland, shares her interesting story of getting into downhill mountain biking and how she ended up in Luleå. Olov hints at an upcoming German fatbike that he'll be reviewing for Fat-bike.com and then they discuss the initial details of the the Swedish Lapland Bike Summit. 


March 1 - Just Riding Along. "Penetration Units"  Indy is on anaesthesia and wanders off, so he's joining the show. Since the weather has been craptastic so they've been laying low. Lucky for you, they spend nearly the entire episode answering listener questions. If you're wondering about their opinions about electronic controls, bike replacements, and more, listen in. If not, they'll probably have an opinion of where you can go...


February 27 - The Being Dad Show. "Guest Andy Magness"  It's been a while and Ben catches up on what's been happening lately, talks about an upcoming coaching project with Coach Drew Edsall, and then chats with Andy Magness, who is the director of ENDracing in North Dakota and author of Ultra Mental. The discussion with Andy is filled with great insight, ideas, and thoughts about kids, endurance training, and overall living a mindful life.


February 26 - Out of Step. "Banned in DC"  Kyle and John are back for another episode. In this episode they bring you a full detail look at the DC scene. They do also chat about bikes and how they are getting back into it after some surgeries. Plus, you get a bonus - the guys chat about some hardcore and cycling books. If you're looking for a unique podcast that brings together some knowledgeable banter about music and bikes together into one, this is your show.


February 24 - Inside Mountain Bike Radio. "The Underground Project"  Founder, director, and current rider of The Underground Project, Casey Hildebrandt, joins the show to discuss what the group is all about and what lies ahead for team. Founded in 2015, The Underground Project is a development cycling team, based in Wisconsin, that aims to fill the void with development opportunities within the United States.


ebruary 19 - The Last Aid Station. "Ryan O'Dell - Director of the National Ultra Endurance (NUE) Series  Ryan breaks some big news on this episode about a chance for racers to win a trip to the Rincon Challenge 100 in Costa Rica and some news about La Ruta! This is a great episode to get behind the scenes about the series and get pumped up for 2015!


February 18 - Just Riding Along. "Sleetpocalypse"  You're going to listen to this even without a description. Go check out #onelessarmadillo on Instagram and Twitter while you check out this episode. That's all.


February 18 - The Last Aid Station. "Jeremiah Bishop"  Mark kicks off the 2015 endurance racing season with an interview with one of the best mountain bikers of all time, Jeremiah Bishop. Jeremiah has recently changed teams and he is looking forward to a different focus this season. Listen in to find out what Jeremiah has in store for the start of this new phase in his career.  


February 17 - Trail Cast. "How to Start Trail Building & More"  This episode highlights the beginning of a series on how to start building trail. Drew shares the first steps and tips of building trail. He also discusses advocacy news from New Mexico and Idaho. You'll hear some stories about the Southern Traverse, how to be Roman, and then get caught up on some trail projects going on around the country.


February 16 - Bikepacker Radio. "Pulled Over"  Neil and Michael are checking in from Rock 'n' Roll Sports in Gunnison, Colorado with guests, Jefe Branham (not intro needed!), Lindsay Arne (co-creator of Bikepackers Magazine, and Rachael (Michael's wife). They start off the episode with a discussion about JayP's Backyard Fat Pursuit, then chat about the Arrowhead 135 and some other recent events. The guys also give you a preview of what's to come in the next few months on Bikepackers Magazine.


February 11 - Just Riding Along. "Vacuum"  You're used to hearing the crew catch up on what's been going on and then giving in depth answers to listeners emails, right? Well, this week is no different. Listen in as they discuss more old, worn out bikes and parts. Kenny questions whether several states are actually part of the US and enlightens the crew on the great Minnesota Purchase.


February 9 - The Big Livers Podcast. "Founders Brewing"  The Big Livers try out four beers from, arguably, one of the best craft brewers in the country. Founders Brewing is a large supporter of cycling in the state of Michigan. The guys tighten up their game, get official, and organize their tasting efforts. Listen in as they drink and discuss the Dry Hopped Pale Ale, All Day IPA, Centennial IPA, and Dirty Bastard.


February 8 - Chain Grime. "Introduction Episode"  Welcome to the first episode of Chain Grime! In this initial episode, the hosts, Jeff, Dusty, and Brian, give you an idea of who they are, what the show is about, and what the show will include going forward. In future episodes, you can expect to hear updates, guests, and general talk about bikes and bike-related chatter. 


February 5 - Inside Mountain Bike Radio. "Jesse LaLonde"  Jesse LaLonde joins the show to share his thoughts about mountain biking, fatbikes, and working for Twin Six. Jesse has taken the win at the last two Fatbike Frozen Forty races and, in this episode, he shares why he considers it one of the best fatbike races in the Midwest. Listeners get the unique opportunity to hear a down-to-earth perspective from someone who enjoys the ride and truly loves and appreciates the experiences along the way, whether it's at the front of the race or alone on the tree-lined trails of the Northwoods. 


February 4 - Just Riding Along. "Dog Pee"  Kenny starts the show off drooling over his 1300-something gram Nox Composites/Industry Nine wheelset and drooling some more over his lovely bike. Matt gives you way more thoughts about the TRP Spyke brakes that he's been testing than you can possibly process. Plus, you get another listener question about a worn out, old bike.


February 3 - The Drunkcyclist Podcast. "Rebecca Rusch"  Rebecca Rusch joins D2 and 40 Hands in an honest and behind-the-scenes interview. Rebecca is candid and shares her thoughts on pushing her limits, racing, her new sponsor, gravel events, her Kokopelli Trail record, and much more.


February 2 - Inside Mountain Bike Radio. "Neko Mulally"  Neko Mulally joins special Inside MBR guest host, Mark Stover (host of The Last Aid Station). Neko discusses his road to the pro downhill scene, his thoughts about his new team, new training grounds, training, injuries, racing, and a lot more great insight into racing at the World Cup level.



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