John decided to take on a 20,000km bikepacking from Auckland to London and en route he plans to talk with cycling industry, enthusiasts, athletes and other unique stories along the way. Follow along the journey as he crosses New Zealand, Australia, Asia, India and into Europe.
A brief update of what I'm planning so I can bring you the show by cycling from one end of the world to the other.
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Absolute kiwi legend sits down with me in his mums back yard to share his journey from riding ponies as a kid, working in the gold mines of Australia to racing Enduro World Series, racing cyclocross and of course, Wheelie Wednesdays.
I’m John, Pedaling from New Zealand back home to Britain. I’ll be Pedaling 20,000km over a year with a mission to discover cycling stories across the world. Follow my travels online and Instagram by searching “Pedaling Podcast”
New Zealand's artisan wheel builders invited me into their Wellington hub to talk about the dark arts of building great wheels, every time.
If you're like me and you don't know the difference between a basic wheel, a wheel bought online and why you would spend extra money for a company like Wheel Works to build your wheels, then have a listen to this.
I’m John, Pedaling from New Zealand back home to Britain...
Barbara discusses all things cycling in her crusade for improving the streets for riding bikes and getting more of us out on two wheels.
But what exactly does a non-profit voice for cycling do? How much difference are they making to our cities? If you’re interested to know, than listen to Barbara explain the nuances of running a day-to-day operation.
In this episode I get talking with Liam Friary, the owner of Pedal Press in New Zealand. Publishing two magazines, Cycling Journal and NZ Mountain Biker, Liams story is one of opportunity and determination. Explaining his story from obese to athlete, Liam shares what it takes to be creative and publish every month.
A unique part of Liam’s story is how he became the owner of these two national magazines...
Logan is a young coach that is driven by his own experiences to help others succeed in coaching.
It’s a unique perspective that has helped him discover what really motives himself to help others be the best they can, but not in a way that sacrifices his soul in a way some coaches have to.
Find out how Logan has built something special today and how all his experiences have led to it. The community he has helped nourish and his aims and ambitions for tomorrow...
Ever wondered what it takes to build your own bike brand? Mike Pryde takes us through what it takes to sketch an idea on paper, get the moulds created, distribute the brand to new markets and keep building performance bikes for the future.
It's hard to pigeon hole Haimona as anything other than pretty original. In his thoughts, ideas, career and opportunities he's created, he's a little different to your average cyclist. Pretty much head-to-toe in tattoos, Haimona has taken his career from a pissed-off video editor to a one-man business that his is lead by his pursuit to show the world something different...
Passing through Wellington, New Zealand, I stopped by to meet-up and talk with the Kennett Brothers. You've probably heard of them if you'd done a little cycling research in this country, but I knew little about how everything has come about since the 1980's.
Listen to how these three kiwis have pioneered cycling in their home country on a scale not often seen in a single lifetime...