This week on We Got To Hang Out we jumped in Annalisa’s minivan and drove to Sea Otter for a weekend of riding bikes, hanging out with friends, getting moderately sunburnt and asking folks about their cartwheel skills (stay tuned for more on this cartwheel nonsense later in the week). Special guests include Alex Applegate, Mal Burda, Molly Hurford, Bud Reeder and Courtenay McFadden.
What a weekend with Golden Saddle Cyclery in Los Angeles, California! We got to talk with Kyle Kelley, co-owner of the iconic LA bike shop. Listen in as we discuss everything Golden Saddle, Ring Tail and The Club.
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We would hang out with Rebecca Gates everyday if we could. She is a musician, artist, cyclist and overall rad human. Go to her website (www.parcematone.com) to learn more about what she’s up to. You can also follow her on Instagram @parcematone. Thanks for listening!
Jacob Rathe joins us on the podcast for some whiskey and some solid hang out time. He is a professional cyclist for Jelly Belly Pro Cycling and product designer for a new lightweight, secure bike lock, the OttoLock. Born and raised in Portland, OR he has pretty much lived here in Portland longer than anyone else. Enjoy the episode!
After a week break from publishing a podcast, we are back at it with NYC chef, Seamus Mullen. He is an avid cyclist with an incredible story about how he overcame an autoimmune disease through diet and the bike. This might be our most informative episode yet. Also, what color is your bathrobe?
You guys…we got to interview Katie Compton! She gives us a glimpse into her life as the most dominant US cyclocross racer. She reveals that she is a huge procrastinator, loves fast cars, and that working side by side with your spouse isn’t so bad as long as they don’t half wheel. Listen in, you’ll be stoked you did!
In this episode we get to talk with US cycling icon, Meredith Miller! Over a couple of cocktails, she tells us how inadvertently killing a snake led her to a national championship on the road and how to find the best kouign-amann in Boulder(we’re still not sure this is a real thing…).
Julie Krasniak is a 12 time French National Champion across multiple cycling disciplines and the co-owner of The Athletic Community here in Portland, OR. During this podcast we hang out and talk bikes, cartwheels, business, and friendship.