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The NBDA’s bicycle industry podcast brings retailers, vendors, advocates, and thought leaders to the mic for honest discussions about the latest issues facing retailers, while taking an in-depth look at the person within the profession. Content that proves relatable and thought producing, directed at exposing real-world tips and information to help retailers find success within the bicycle industry.
 
Julie’s Bicycle is the leading global charity bridging the gap between environmental sustainability and the creative industries. Our vision is a creative community with sustainability at its heart and our mission is to provide the inspiration, expertise and resources to make that happen. We work with over 2,000 arts organisations across the UK and internationally, large and small to help them measure, manage and reduce their environmental impacts.
 
"This is not a bike shop, this is a culture bomb" Plain Bicycle is a 6 part mini-series that asks the question; can bicycle culture be imported? The podcast follows a group of Canadians who travel to the Netherlands to fill a shipping container with second hand Dutch bicycles to bring home to Canada. Host Erin Riediger speaks to the Plain Bicycle Project team and Dutch cycling experts Herbert Tiemens and Modacity’s Melissa Bruntlett and Chris Bruntlett. Plain Bicycle investigates why cycling ...
 
Taking The Lead Together is a series of interviews with bicycle industry executives, non-profit leaders, pro cyclists, and families just like yours who are celebrating kids on bikes and inspiring families to get off the couch... and out for a ride. The series was created from the title of the newest Buddy Pegs Media children’s picture book Taking The Lead that follows lovable animal characters along a journey to open a local bicycle shop and inspire their town to ride. Learn more at www.Budd ...
 
Thomas Stevens was the first person to circle the globe by bicycle, a large-wheeled Ordinary. His journey started in April 1884 in San Francisco from where he cycled to Boston to take a steamer to England. Crossing England, France, Central Europe and Asia Minor before he was turned back at the borders of Afghanistan. He returned part of the way to take a ship to Karachi, from where he crossed India. Another steam ship brought him from Calcutta to Hong Kong, and from Shanghai he set over to J ...
 
Thomas Stevens was the first person to circle the globe by bicycle, a large-wheeled Ordinary. His journey started in April 1884 in San Francisco from where he cycled to Boston to take a steamer to England. Crossing England, France, Central Europe and Asia Minor before he was turned back at the borders of Afghanistan. He returned part of the way to take a ship to Karachi, from where he crossed India. Another steam ship brought him from Calcutta to Hong Kong, and from Shanghai he set over to J ...
 
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What’s the most controversial subject in bike touring? No not bike helmets… no, not earbuds… it’s how to deal with loose dogs on bike tour! On this episode, I give my two cents on how to deal with an angry canine that interrupts your pedaling. Originally podcast October 18, 2018.저자 Tim Mooney
 
Bicycle Talk Episode 246: May 3rd, 2021: Ron’s Rant. SUV and Pickup Purchases Soar — But Who’s Buying?. On a positive side:May is Bike Month. So, is Covid good for business? Ron talks about the 1st quarter numbers. Impressive.The Maintenance Minute:Let’s talk blinkie’s! Are they safe? Are they dangerous? Content: More Truck talk. Vincenzo Nibali sa…
 
BK EP 54 Segments: 1- Cycling with One Leg with Moe's Wrench https://www.facebook.com/moeswrench/ 2- ABC Quick Check 3- Index vs Friction Shifting in 2021 4- Attacked by an Elephant While Cycling with Henry Gold of TDA Global Cycling https://tdaglobalcycling.com/ 5- Mid Roll Thanks You's and Show Supporter the Frame and Wheel The link to his Frame …
 
This episode’s guest is Albert Cabbad, owner of R&A Cycles. R&A has 2 locations offering cutting-edge inventory. Al has over 30 years' knowledge of cycling and fitting and believes only in advertising products that R&A Cycles has physically in store. Al is leading out retail with an honest reputation and an immense desire to fulfill all of their cu…
 
We are live baby live for the first live show of 2021... an update on the LACROSSE! plus summer touring and ask me anything! No real shownotes for this one, but if you want to check out the video (There are extras! Pug drama! More!) go to the YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vcSkL04eK0c…
 
Retailer’s Top Takeaways: 1. Current e-commerce landscape 2. Add on sales in e-commerce 3. Forward trends in e-commerce In this episode we talk with Ryan Atkinson, President and Co-Owner of SmartEtailing; a company committed to the success of local independent bicycle retailers by providing software and services that help them effectively compete i…
 
Bicycle Talk Episode 245: April 26th 2021: Ron’s Rant. Growing old. Yes it’s my birthday and this getting old thing is highly overrated. Also the Super Tuck enforcement hits a big name pro. On a positive side: Got my old e-bike running! Repurposing and old bike for new uses. It’s my birthday! The Maintenance Minute: Converting a great find Burley T…
 
Can a person (me) who is barely competent with tools build out a very strangely shaped 4-door sedan ("it's not a sedan... it's a LACROSSE!!") into a comfortable sleeping pod slash microcamper? Join me on a journey into good intentions, lack of patience, mostly level and somewhat square woodworking , and the birth of a micorcamper built for bike tou…
 
Retailer’s Top Takeaways: 1. Redefining what a bicycle shop can be. 2. E-commerce in Bicycle Retail 3. Making your business more personal In this episode, we talk with Jeff Cayley, an entrepreneur who believes in chasing your passions in life, having fun doing it, and hopefully making some people happy along the way. Jeff is one impressive guy with…
 
Needs (really, wants) meet opportunity for a new project that scratches an itch and might have bike touring utility: welcome to the Pedalshift microcamper build! On this episode, I cover the background on the project, how it relates to bike touring, and more. The Pedalshift Microcamper Project What prompted this? Vaxxed Made a list of things I want…
 
Meet Steve Hellin. Steve is the driving force behind Bike Exchange. Bike Exchange makes it easier for people to find, research, and buy all their cycling-related needs, through destination marketplaces. They support and connect hundreds of retail bike stores and brands around the world. Steve joined BikeExchange in March of 2020. Prior to BikeExcha…
 
Bicycle Talk Episode 244: April 19th 2021: Ron’s Rant. Hardly a rant, Why is your LBS so busy? The Bike Boom! The bike boom, by the numbers On a positive side: Shout out to Bob and Peggy from Andover. How E-Bikes are improving peoples relationships. The Maintenance Minute: More Carbon creak 101 and why greasing your BB may not be the best way to go…
 
Part three on my two day trip from Hancock, MD to Paw Paw, WV and back focuses on the return trip and the little surprise that started it off. Pedalshift Tour Journals: Paw Paw Tunnel Bypass - Part 3 A little background... the NPS is closing the tunnel... for real this time... to complete a massive descaling project on the downstream side of the Pa…
 
Meet Nate Nordstrom. Lifelong entrepreneur and new business owner of an e-centric bicycle retail location featuring electric assist bikes, electric scooters, and traditional “acoustic” bikes. Support the show (https://www.nbda.com/donate)저자 National Bicycle Dealers Association
 
Meet Mark Sutton. A cycling journalist with over 15 years of experience who established Cycling Industry News; a global brand and leader in its domestic market. A freelance contributor to various industry publications with a keen interest in everyday cycling, product innovation, and cycling infrastructure. His goal is to promote cycling at a local,…
 
Bicycle Talk Episode 243: April 5th 2021: Ron’s Rant. WIND Multi use trail and bike path speeds and consideration. The horse dilemma! Shawn Bradley incident continued. Accident vs crash? 3 foot law enforcement, anyone ever see a citation? On a positive side: The Blue heron’s are back! Shawn Bradley crash: A sports reporter who referred to Shawn’s s…
 
Pedalshift Beginners Series alum James Rosenberg checks in after his epic and successful 2018 ride across the United States on the TransAmerica Trail. We cover his favorite experiences, best and worst gear choices, and much more. Originally podcast September 13, 2018.저자 Tim Mooney
 
Meet Matt Wallin. Outside of running a shop, Matt is building a community, specifically a community-based program for youth. His focus is on managing and building trails, coaching the high school cycling team, technical clinics, and community outreach. His shop is leading the path for a new style of retail. Support the show (https://www.nbda.com/do…
 
Bicycle Talk Episode 242: March 29th 2021: Ron’s Rant. First “Get off the F…..ing Road” of the year! Paris-Roubaix called off due to COVID-19 situation in northern France On a positive side: Peep frogs and Red wing blackbirds. The steel bicycle and the sounds of silence. The Maintenance Minute: Noisy bike? Might just be carbon fiber. Content: More …
 
Part one on my two day trip from Hancock, MD to Paw Paw, WV and back, highlighting the Paw Paw Tunnel bypass trail. Housekeeping Reminder... new music! Brock Dittus - Most Important Thing Sunfields new album Late Bloomers available now Pedalshift Tour Journals: Paw Paw Tunnel Bypass - Part 1 A little background... the NPS is closing the tunnel... f…
 
Specializing in bicycle industry insurance programs. Bike Shops, Product Liability for manufacturers/suppliers, professional trail building contractors, advocacy groups, and everything in between, Scott is an athlete who lives in the same hometown as the American Birkebeiner Ski Race. He started the Fat Bike Birke, as well as helped to launch a 55-…
 
Bicycle Talk Episode 241: March 22nd 2021: Ron’s Rant. This is from the “we are watching you” department: Also known as the didn’t someone get the memo department. It’s 2021! Ron talks about increased parking plans in Boston. On a positive side: Fran rides 2 days in a row! Outside and not on Swift! Sweet!!! Let’s talk about those first few miles on…
 
The thrilling conclusion to our series scouting Pennsylvania Route S for a future tour! On this episode, we cover the section between Morgantown, PA and... well that would be telling. Housekeeping Reminder... new music! Brock Dittus - Most Important Thing Sunfields new album Late Bloomers available now Scouting Pennsylvania bike route S Part of the…
 
Bike shop owner of Twisted Spokes in Johns Creek, Georgia, known for engaging women, growing interest, working with the community, and advocacy. A once legal career has assisted her in those areas and helped her rally others. A life-changing accident affected her love of teaching children and other beginners. Today we will not only learn Shellie’s …
 
Bicycle Talk Episode 240: March 15th 2021: Ron’s Rant. 14 degrees on March 15th! Crashing sucks. The need for slower streets. On a positive side:bike panel discussion notes from last week. Spring is coming! Fran rides 100 miles on swift!?!? Remember this name, Mathew Van der Pol. Airline trail north. The Maintenance Minute: Building a single speed …
 
Continuing scouting Pennsylvania Route S for a future tour! On this episode, the third edition of four, we cover the section of south central PA between York and Morgantown. Housekeeping Reminder... new music! Brock Dittus - Most Important Thing Sunfields new album Late Bloomers drops 3/12 and the first track - Got Some (But it Ain't Enough) is ava…
 
An industry veteran and visionary in leading real-time service contracts and insurance consulting. Meet Frank McMillian. Founder of Ensure Protect, developer of R.I.D.E.S, (Ride it Daily Extended Service), Frank brings years of experience to the mic. Co-founding the first online real-time service contract solution. Later adopted by Dell and Amazon,…
 
Bicycle Talk Episode 239: March 8th 2021: Ron’s Rant. Ron rant’s on Ron and Fran chimes in! On a positive side: Pro racing is back! Pete Buttigieg is here! Lot’s of good things are happening. The Airline Trail North update. Hey Fran! Happy International Women’s day. The Maintenance Minute: Let’s talk cadence and why. Content: Pete Buttigieg and wha…
 
If you’re going on a bike adventure, you’re usually confronted with a situation that requires a fix or an adjustment. On this episode of the Best of Pedalshift we explore tools you must bring, what you should bring, and maybe a few things you haven’t thought about. Originally podcast July 19, 2018.저자 Tim Mooney
 
Saving the world one bike at a time. Meet Amos Brumble. Bike racer, coach, shop owner, and executive, Amos is leading out a specific type of retail. Sharing with us insights on delivering to your customers exactly what they want. Creating retail hours based on when your customers shop and going above the in-store visit to optimizing the customer in…
 
Bicycle Talk Episode 238: March 1st 2021: Ron’s Rant. The whole package. Removing cars from the picture. What if cars were not welcome? On a positive side: There are places that cars are not welcome. In the oops department from last week, Review: Seattle cargo-biking initiative fights hunger with pedal power. More in the show. The Maintenance Minut…
 
BK EP 53 Segments: 1- A Purple Kids Bike Saved My Recovery with Dylan Howley of the Lefty Cycles Project https://www.theleftycyclesproject.org/ 2- Mid Roll Thanks You's and Show Supporter the Frame and Wheel The link to his Frame and Wheel store. https://www.theframeandwheel.com/ Fred's Interview with me on All Things Bike Link to my Patreon Page (…
 
Hey, it's still winter... so with snow on the ground and actual touring on hiatus for at least a few more weeks, why don't we continue scouting Pennsylvania Route S? On this episode, the second edition for four, we hit the road and scout the second day of the ride to New York between Chambersburg and York. Housekeeping Hey, new music! Brock Dittus …
 
Welcome to Season 2 of Bicycle Retail Radio, where NBDA President Heather Mason will meet with industry professionals to have conversations to provoke, educate, inspire and empower you to your best retail self. The first episode of this new season of Bicycle Retail Radio is with Rachelle Schouten, Development Director of the NBDA. The “glue” of the…
 
Bicycle Talk Episode 237: February 22nd 2021: Ron’s Rant. Why are we expanding highways? Part 2! Why not expand the alternative transportation infrastructure? Part 2! On a positive side: 2021 Steeplechase Bike Tour. Seattle cargo picking initiative fights hunger with pedal power. Biden Throws Trump Under the Bus and Supports Transit Funding. The Ma…
 
You know how a few days into a tour you have a pannier full of rando things in no particular order? Welcome to the 233rd edition of the pod, then! Odds and ends, followups and a Black History Month recommendation with a bike touring twist! The All Rando Pannier Episode Odds and ends on my mind, inbcluding follow ups and a suggestion for some Black …
 
Bicycle Talk Episode 236: February 15th 2021: Ron’s Rant. Why are we expanding highways? Why not expand the alternative transportation infrastructure? On a positive side: 2020 trail numbers are in.Based on Bike Walk Bolton’s count it is estimated the number of passes would be 200,000+. The Maintenance Minute: Winter chain lube. Ron talks about lubr…
 
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