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2023-07-27T14:39:07-07:00July 27th, 2023|

We give some closing thoughts on the 2023 Tour de France and bring you some great hot takes. We also transition back into life without the TdF and bring you some other nuggets like puke talk and T-Swift... Don't worry, it all ties in. Oh, one more thing, we dealt with a computer gremlin during the first 15 minutes... However, we eventually squashed that little turd. Enjoy!

Dialed Podcast 284

2023-07-19T11:25:27-07:00July 19th, 2023|

More Tour Talk! We recap Stage 17 and a few of the previous stages, discuss what in the heck is going on with all of the movement in the standings over the past few days, and finally take a look at what is to come over the coming stages as the 2023 Tour de France wraps up. Thanks for listening and enjoy!

Dialed Podcast 281

2023-07-05T16:57:12-07:00July 5th, 2023|

Tour Talk! We recap the first five days of the Tour de France, discuss some of the happenings, and talk about what the heck some of the teams were thinking! Have any input or theories about how things will unfold going forward? Let us know on our socials and we will share them on the next podcast!

Dialed Podcast 272

2023-05-03T19:48:15-07:00May 3rd, 2023|

What are you looking for in a bike computer? Got some must haves? What about the deal breakers? There have been some new units that recently hit the market, and some big firmware updates from many of the players, so which bike computer reigns supreme in the battle for the best bike computer? Let's get into it. Enjoy the podcast!

Dialed Podcast 270

2023-04-19T09:14:41-07:00April 19th, 2023|

Tire pressure systems - would you run them and are they worth the cost? Are tubeless tires plaguing the pro peloton and should you be worried? What are some of our biggest race mistakes to date? What happened at the Goldendale Gravel Fondo? So many questions... Have a listen and enjoy the podcast!

Dialed Podcast 269

2023-04-27T07:57:38-07:00April 11th, 2023|

Bike frames come in a bunch of shapes and sizes to fit your needs, but what frame material is best for you? Carbon or steel, maybe? Or, how about titanium or aluminum? We cover a bunch of options, which could help you know what frame type might be best for you. Also, Garmin dropped their new Edge 540 and 840 bike computers, so we discuss some of our initial thoughts. Enjoy!

Dialed Podcast 262

2023-02-23T15:29:53-08:00February 23rd, 2023|

What can coaching do for you? In the age of AI driven coaching programs, is a cycling coach something you need? We pick the brain of cycling coach, Ian Gibson, for his thoughts on this and more as we search for the pearls of wisdom from his long cycling career. Enjoy the conversation and stories! Want to contact Coach, Ian Gibson? Go to:

Dialed Podcast 261

2023-02-16T16:17:13-08:00February 16th, 2023|

Paul Tolmé from the Cascade Bicycle Club joins us... You know, that little club up in the Seattle area with a measly 10k+ members that does everything from producing the STP (Seattle to Portland) ride, to helping procure $1.3 billion dollars for cycling infrastructure, and helping bring $216 million to school-based bike education programs for kids from elementary to high school. Yeah, that little club! We talk about all of this and a lot more... Enjoy!

Dialed Podcast 258

2023-01-26T20:25:56-08:00January 26th, 2023|

Why won't the U.S. switch to the metric system? Would it be mass confusion? We still have miles to go to make the switch, but we are getting closer inch by inch... Just look at the fascination with 2 liter bottles of soda, our obsession with Instagram, and the fact that even our drug dealers work in the metric system. Enjoy the podcast!

Dialed Podcast 252

2022-12-16T21:10:59-08:00December 16th, 2022|

We discuss sweat monitors and if we would use them, bucket list destination rides, Zwift vs. RGT, and some controversy in the pro triathlon world.  We also cover our Bike for Kids charity... If you'd like to contribute, go to: Thank you and enjoy the podcast!

Dialed Podcast 246

2022-12-16T16:27:08-08:00November 1st, 2022|

Welcome to November, 2022. The official kickoff to the last two months of the year that can really help you fill out those sweat pants! We've all been there before... From the Halloween sugar rush, to all of the holiday excesses, and top it all off with all of the bad weather that ultimately stifles our fitness and training. We feel ya! Let's run through some ways to challenge ourselves as we bridge the gap to 2023 and eventually the sweet, sweet joys of spring and summer riding and racing. Have a listen and join us on a few challenges that we lay out and start today!

Dialed Podcast 244

2022-12-16T16:30:33-08:00October 19th, 2022|

Would you purchase a cheap Chinese carbon bike if you were on a tight budget and needed performance? What are you saving in the event you're evacuated from your home? What are your thoughts on Mario Cipollini's prison sentence? Are you on BeReal? So many random questions... Must be another Hot Seat. Enjoy!

Dialed Podcast 241

2022-12-16T16:33:59-08:00September 28th, 2022|

Matt and Evan stage yet another triathlon takeover to discuss and breakdown the race, and they also pick their winners for both the men's and women's fields. To make sure they pulled this off, they brought Ironman stud, Josh Monda, with them to give a bit more insight into the race, and to talk about his upcoming trip to Kona to compete for the amateur championship. Enjoy!

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2022-09-21T10:48:53-07:00September 21st, 2022|

What is the Norwegian training approach and should you be doing it? We talk about this and more! As a side note, we found out a day after recording this podcast that we lost a local legend. We want to thank the voice of OBRA, Luciano Bailey, for being an amazing man. He was an incredible gift to our cycling community and will be missed dearly.

Dialed Podcast 237

2022-08-31T17:21:58-07:00August 31st, 2022|

What new Zwift features are we looking for as we move closer to the winter training season? Will Remco Evenepoel win the TdF and a Classic? What was our favorite cycling gear from this summer? Are eBikes taking over? How do we test tires? What piece of kit are we looking to get as we move into the winter months? A lot was talked about, so jump on in and enjoy the podcast!

Dialed Podcast 234

2022-08-10T12:34:24-07:00August 10th, 2022|

The HOT SEAT is back! Marianne Vos gets DQ'ed by the UCI for a 2 second rule violation... Were they right doing this? What are our upcoming races? What is a good birthday present for a cyclist? You're now a race promoter... Come up with a unique race format to get people racing. There might also be some discussions about the Wright Brothers, Orcas, and Mushroom Surfboards... Enjoy the podcast!

Dialed Podcast 233

2022-08-03T19:01:12-07:00August 3rd, 2022|

We discuss the first edition of the Tour de France Femmes, many of the great takeaways from the race, and where there could be some improvements. After many years of petitioning to bring it to life, the race finally happened... and in case you missed it, the race was great!. We hope you enjoy this episode as much as we did.

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2022-06-30T08:00:28-07:00June 30th, 2022|

Have you ever tried to squeeze every last drop out of some of your components? Have you ever gone cheap on something that ended up being a bad idea? Do you ever procrastinate and tempt fate with proper upkeep of your equipment? Let's talk about it! We also cover some of the last moments leading up to the 2022 Tour de France and more... Enjoy!

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2022-04-27T17:20:04-07:00April 27th, 2022|

People always talk about what's wrong with cycling and triathlon (us included), so we flip the narrative and discuss what is RIGHT with triathlon and cycling! We run through all of that other Backpedal, Leadout, and OLT stuff, too. Oh, we also do a drawing for our awesome Patrons! Enjoy...

Dialed Podcast 212

2022-03-23T21:42:06-07:00March 23rd, 2022|

We discuss the past, present, and future of amateur Road Bike Racing with a couple of our favorite race promoters, Scott Scholtz and Brian Cimmiyotti. What can each of us do to keep the sport alive and well? What can we learn from other disciplines? What do racers want from a race? How do we draw new racers into the sport? So many questions! Enjoy.