What a pleasure it was to talk with our friend, Jude, owner of Sugar Wheel Works. She is a master of her craft and makes beautiful handbuilt wheels here in Portland. A great conversation you don't want to miss! We love you and what you do, Jude!
Welcome to Season 2! During a recent trip to San Fransisco, Annalisa met up with Rhys Newman, co-founder of OMATA. It was great to learn about the new product and to hear Rhys' thoughts on bikes, analog vs. digital, and music. Spoiler alert, he digs minivans! Check out their website www.omata.com and pre-order yours!
Mixed emotions heading into 2018! Abby got accepted into graduate school, so we unfortunately won't hear her lovely voice quite as much. However, we're super stoked for her as she takes on this new challenge and support her 100%! We'll be bringing on some new hosts to join the podcast, including Anna Grace Christiansen who we intro in this episode. AGC is an accomplished cyclist and full of witty banter. Warning: a lot of 4-H talk in this episode, I could only edit so much! Look for us in the New Year with a new look, new content and Season 2 of the pod.
It's episode #30!!! We recorded this back in September when it was still beautiful outside and rain felt like a novelty after a hot summer. We talk with Kelli Samuelson of LA Sweat about her role in women's cycling, injury and social media. We also play a little hoops. Have a listen and enjoy!
After a few weeks off, we're back with an interview with Clara Honsinger, a professional cyclocross racer who recently got a Silver Medal at U23 Pan Am Championships. She's had a breakout season this year while riding at the Elite level for Team S & M out of Portland, OR. Keep your eyes out for this one!
First off, it's a banter you don't want to miss — Abby talks studying and mini horses and Anna rehashes her time backstage at the Sleater-Kinney concert.
This episode Anna talks with Kate and Dan at the SRAM headquarters in Chicago. We talk a lot of bullshit, but there's some gems in there…like how do you feel about disc brakes, where did the name ‘blips' come from and what is the direction of cycling?
Go to www.wegottohangout.com to see some photos from the trip; they complete the story! xo
Emma Mcilroy, founder and CEO of Wildfang, is a total hero of ours. We're stoked that she agreed to hang out with us to share her story and drink some bubbly. If you haven't already done so, also listen to her TED Talk and check out @wearewildfang, www.wildfang.com. Thank you for everything you do Emma & Wildfang — in our PDX community and beyond!
Does he need an intro? We discuss Portland(ia), Freds, S-K and fight over the location of OG Stumptown.
We're very excited for this special Friday release of our interview with Corin Tucker! We're still in disbelief that Corin agreed to ride Biketown bikes with us around NoPo and talk Sleater-Kinney, Patti Smith, Filthy Friends and Welsh Corgis…
A few weeks back, we had the opportunity to ride bikes with the fine folks from Our Mother The Mountain (OMTM). They took us on some great gravel roads Northwest of town and made us a sweet playlist to accompany it. We talk bikes and punk rock — trust us, these guys are the coolest! Have a listen and then check out their website (omtm.cc) where they share fantastic routes and encourage others to join them at one of their scheduled rides.
Dixie Mountain Rambler Summertime Power Pop Mixtape: https://open.spotify.com/user/1254922238/playlist/6HeZRLkJcgrV5VG4AJ1RVC
Also, please check out wideanglepodium.com for the donor drive during the entire month of August. We appreciate your support!
This week on We Got To Hang Out we talk with Sacha White of Vanilla, Speedvagen and Coat Paint Shop, collectively know as The Vanilla Workshop. Sacha shares stories about growing the business and getting involved with racing legends like one of our favorites, Tina Brubaker! Website: http://www.thevanillaworkshop.com IG: @thevanillaworkshop