We have a chat about how Grant came into the sport, how he approached hitting huge gaps and the stories from the original rampage.
We have a chat about his humble beginnings, moving up the ladder in shops, and then his kind of odd road into the world cup circuit.
We chat about going racing at the world cups, the side effects of pressure, and the importance of riding for fun.
I was lucky enough to sit down with one of the raddest people I know, Sian A’hern. To hear her views on women riding was truly refreshing and really made sense.
We catch up with Jai Motherwell and go deep into the hard times and the fun times.
We chat about changing industries, starting a new company from scratch, and how supporting the industry around you is the best form of marketing.
We have a bit of a chat about the Corona Epidemic, his history in business, and how Gypsy Tales ruined podcasts for everyone else.
As the area manager for Ohlins in Australia and south-east Asia it is insane to hear how easily he copes with an immense workload.
We chat about getting into riding, making his way as an engineer, identifying a niche in the Canadian market, and market trends.
We have a chat about bike setup, getting into the sport, and how his diversity helps in all of his riding.
Stoked to have World Cup Mechanic Alex Presant on board for this episode. Starting in W.A. and slowly making his way onto the world cup circuit, Alex has never been short of drive or passion.
In this episode, I talk about how good 2019 was and the plans for 2020.