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3.15 - Joan Hanscom

The Gravel Lot

Release Date: 03/19/2020

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The Gravel Lot

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The Gravel Lot

Jason Blodgett already has a veritable lifetime of experience in BMX, road, cyclocross, mountain bikes, SRAM, Marian University, and everything in between. Jason talks about his story and shares his thoughts on the current state of bikes.

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Jeremy Powers is arguably the most successful US male cyclocross racer of the last decade, and after hanging up his pro racing shoes, he had a lot to figure out. This week he talks us through the transition, its' ups and downs, and what the future looks like for JPow.

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Chris Mayhew joins us for his second visit to TGL, this time to talk about injury, body image, culture, and so much more. If you are up for some introspection, grab your favorite Bourbon and listen up. Be sure to hit up WideAnglePodium.com for BONUS content from this week's episode!

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Lucy Diaz has spent the majority of her professional career putting on world-class events. More recently her attention has shifted to changing the entire cycling paradigm with the Colorado Classic: North America’s only stand-alone women’s professional stage road bike race.

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Pete Hitzeman makes his second visit to The Gravel Lot, and we rewind the tape to cover all those juicy background stories we missed the first time around. We also dive into The B Line, his new editorial column for TGL, and what we hope to bring to cycling media, cyclists, and the future of the show.

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Mehdi Farsi joins us this week to talk about his circuitous path towards founding State Bicycle Company with his brother Reza. The hustle that these two have within them is incredible, and the other businesses they started may inspire you with creativity during this difficult time.

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The entire planet is on pause, bike races are postponed or cancelled, and group rides are on hold, so we decided to talk about what this means both now, and for the future of this thing we love called cycling.

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3.18 - Otto Bohn show art 3.18 - Otto Bohn

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Another local hero joins us today: Otto Bohn came to cycling after multiple other sports and shares his blueprint for how local bike shops can take their game to the next level and *gasp... it includes more than just bikes.

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Our show was built on local stories: This week's episode takes us back to that. He is a local police officer, dad, and perennial NUE front runner and superhero, Eli Orth. We talk about his lifelong love of bikes, getting rad, and reframing what competition means.

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