We're chatting with Cam Baker about the New Zealand bike scene, how it has grown over the last number of years, seeing the opening of new trails, better infrastructure and how NZ Mountain Biker Magazine is playing a large part in making this happen.
We chat to Ram about the mountain bike scene in Nepal, what his trails are like, what you can expect riding there, the different local cultures, and more.
We are chatting with Sean Green about life, mountain biking mountains and how to go about getting that all important ambassadorship deal (or in Sean’s case, many ambassadorship deals).
We have a chat about how to best service your bike, what repairs you can do yourself, when to take your bike to a professional and how to get your bike ready for the race season.
Magic Beans have not been on the go for that long but within that short time they have captured and created some beautiful imagery and jaw dropping footage.
We are chatting with Keith Leinster about running his own MTB distribution company called TerraVenture.
We chat about working and converting an old Land Rover into a mountain bike travelling hotel in sixteen weeks, riding bikes for a living, working with sponsors, travelling the globe to ride bikes, making films, guiding and heading up bike camps helping get people stoked on riding and having fun.
It was my pleasure to get Luke on the show and chat about his very exciting Tec company, Gnartec.
We're chatting with Lisa and Matt the owners and founders of The Gap Bike Park.
We chat with Brendan Conroy about becoming the Irish Junior Gravity Enduro Champion, riding with the 50to01 crew, how he learned to jump a bike at age six, plus much more.
We are chatting with Richard Wilford the founder and owner of MTB BEDS about how the idea came about to start a mountain bike holiday company (not something you do everyday), what the challenges have been like and where Richard finds the passion to still be in love with mountain biking even after working in it 24/7.