Overland Archive Podcast

Host Lewis Ciddor (winner of the 2018 Tour Divide) brings you interviews with guests from all over the world to talk bikepacking, ultra endurance racing and adventure cycling!

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 1h12m. Bisher sind 44 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 2 days 5 hours 6 minutes

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40: Emma Bateup - Tour Te Waipounamu


This week we are joined by Emma Bateup, the women's winner and 11th overall at the 2024 Tour Te Waipounamu.


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 March 11, 2024  1h7m
 
 

39: Joe Nation - Tour Te Waipounamu


We're back! Getting back to racing has sparked up some inspiration and I really wanted to hear the story behind Joe's epic run down the TTW route! Hear about his race strategy and the battle with Rufus up front.


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 March 1, 2024  49m
 
 
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 November 23, 2022  53m
 
 

37: Thomas Boury - GTMC and Atlas Mountain Race


We're back! Toto joins Lewis on this episode to discuss his GTMC FKT project and battling saddle sores on the Atlas Mountain Race.


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 November 12, 2022  1h15m
 
 

36: Jay Petervary - Great Divide Classic


Jay Petervary joined me days before heading up to the Canadian/American border at Rooseville for this years abridged edition of the Tour Divide. With the Canadian border still shut racing on the route will only be from border to border across America,...


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 June 12, 2021  33m
 
 

35: Simon Eglinton - Kudlila Rally


Simon joins me (in person!) to tell us all about his upcoming race in South Australia; the Kudlila Rally which runs from the River Torrens/Karrawirra Parri to the Spencer Gulf in Port Augusta with the Grand Depart on July 3. For more info on the race...


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 May 18, 2021  39m
 
 

34: Victoria Divide


This episode is packed full of short interviews from the Victoria Divide racers out on trail and a post-race chat with winner and new course-record holder Stephen Lane.


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 April 28, 2021  1h30m
 
 

33: Brian Alder - Tour Te Waipounamu


We're back! This episode we are joined by Brian Alder from New Zealand's South Island to tell us all about the inaugural running of his rugged, backcountry ultra race; the Tour Te Waipounamu!


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 March 23, 2021  56m
 
 

32: Eliza Sampey - The Bike Raft Guide


Eliza Sampey joins us to talk about her bikepack racing accomplishments and the release of an upcoming book and project she's been involved with bringing to life: The Bike Raft Guide. For the uninitiated, bikerafting is a combination of bikepacking...


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 January 12, 2021  1h10m
 
 

31: Kurt Refsnider - Kokopelli Trail FKT and Bikepacking Roots Update


Kurt Refsnider who was an early guest back in Episode 9, joins us again to tell us about his new FKT on the Kokopelli Trail, breaking the record set by Lachlan Morton earlier in 2020. He also has some updates to share in regards to his non-profit...


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 January 8, 2021  1h7m