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Taking The Lead Together - A Bicycle Podcast

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Taking The Lead Together - A Bicycle Podcast

Buddy Pegs Media - Creating Podcasts to Get Families Off The Couch And On The Bike.

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Taking The Lead Together is a series of interviews with bicycle industry executives, non-profit leaders, pro cyclists, and families just like yours who are celebrating kids on bikes and inspiring families to get off the couch... and out for a ride. The series was created from the title of the newest Buddy Pegs Media children’s picture book Taking The Lead that follows lovable animal characters along a journey to open a local bicycle shop and inspire their town to ride. Learn more at www.Budd ...
 
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Ryan Loften is the founder, owner and head coach of Mt Tam Bikes Camp. But that title doesn't even begin to describe Ryan! Since 2006, he has taught over 2000 kids mountain bike skills, trail etiquette, bike mechanics and local ecology in his home of Mill Valley, CA where he grew up BMX racing, dirt jumping and mountain biking all over Marin County…
 
Tim Kelley is the global brand manager for K-Edge, the very best bling for your bike. But his day job only begins to tell the story of TK as we like to call him. After climbing and skiing mountains around the world, Tim was bitten by the cycling bug while living in the Tetons during his time as the Lifelink and Dynafit National sales manager. His j…
 
Sabra Davison is quite simply put, a rock star! Her lifelong passion for the outdoors and for cycling starts to explain her title as Executive Director, and Adventurer in Charge of Little Bellas, a national nonprofit committed to helping girls realize their full potential through mountain biking. Sabra actually co-founded Little Bellas in 2007 with…
 
Tim Goodall is the US Managing Director of the UK based children’s bicycle brand Islabikes. As Isla Rowntree’s first employee, Tim quickly came up the ranks of this fast growth company and took the lead in successfully bringing the brand to the United States in 2013. Cycling has been a big part of Tim’s life from a young age when he started commuti…
 
Ginger and Brett Rosenbauer are the power couple behind the innovative children’s mountain bike brand Trailcraft Cycles. Based in Fort Collins, CO Ginger and Brett started their journey to elevate the quality of kids bikes when they realized how limiting the youth bike options were for their two kids. What we admire most about Ginger and Brett is t…
 
After witnessing the power of organized mountain biking to help teenagers learn life-long lessons during his seven years of coaching the Berkeley High School Mountain Bike Team, Austin decided to put his career in natural resource management and public policy mediation on hold to become the president of NICA in late 2012. Since then, he has helped …
 
Jacob and Sarah Rheuban are 100% focused on making the best kids bikes available today through their children’s bike brand Prevelo Bikes based in West Lake Village CA. This dynamic duo decided to put aside previous professional careers as lawyers to help more families enjoy the benefits their own family has seen from riding together. We love how th…
 
Jeff Cleary woke up one day while working as a California attorney and said wait a minute, how come there are no quality kids bikes? That simple question led him to founding Cleary Bikes in 2014. Based out of Sausalito CA, Cleary Bikes are now recognized worldwide for their lightweight, durability, kid optimized geometry, and vibrant colors. What I…
 
For the last 30 years Trips for Kids has connected 200,000 children in the US with the power of the bicycle. After speaking with founder Marilyn Price in a separate interview, I was excited to sit down with Executive Director Robert Alan Ping, and Sponsorship Manager Andy Phelps to hear what lies ahead for the organization as they march towards the…
 
Jerry Lawson spent the first 20+ years of his professional career developing new products and strategy for global retailers like Amazon and Tesco before he and his wife followed their passion for bicycling and their desire to find lightweight bikes for their children. Now, after only 5 years their UK based children’s bike brand Frog Bikes is sold i…
 
Mike Riemer aka Kid, aka Miker, is known in the bike industry as the marketing mojo behind Salsa Cycles and their adventure by bike movement. Mike was born and raised in Seoul, South Korea where his parents served as Lutheran missionaries for 43 years. He’s been “in” the bike industry in some form or fashion since the early 90’s or what he likes to…
 
Lelan Dains is the Operations Manager for Dirty Kanza Promotions and is a native of Emporia, KS. After graduating from Emporia State University with a degree in Recreation Management, he spent much of his time time traveling and working in various recreation fields including leading cycling excursions all over the world as the Camp Director for Car…
 
Ted Theochung is not exactly your typical bicycle industry leader. After graduating from the Stanford Business school, Ted embarked on a twenty year career as a veteran technology executive with strategy and corporate development roles within Fortune 500 companies, and a few stints as a vice president for several tech startups. With a linkedin prof…
 
Rebecca Rusch’s bio says that Rebecca is 'the queen of pain with a heart of gold'. Well, that sums up everything you need to know about this 30 year professional athlete. But if you’re into details, Rebecca is a 7x World Champion in multiple sports, 4x Leadville 100 mtb champion, 3x winner of the Dirty Kanza 200, she summited Mt. Kilamanjaro by bik…
 
Dave Wiens is known by many of you for his six consecutive wins in the Leadville Trail 100 MTB mountain bike race, between 2003 and 2008, where he even bested Tour de France riders Floyd Landis and Lance Armstrong. But even before that Dave was inducted to the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame in 2000 after he helped define professional mountain bike raci…
 
Eric Porter found his love for bikes exploring his local trails as a kid in Louisville, Kentucky. Before long he was crowned the National Downhill and Slalom Champion in 2001. From there Eric launched a professional Freeride mountain bike career competing all over the world and pushing the boundaries of ride style in mountain bike films. These days…
 
In 1988 Marilyn Price founded the non-profit Trips For Kids in Marin, CA which has since helped over 185,000 children connect with the bicycle through 75 chapters across the US! At 77 years young Marilyn rides her bike everyday and is still active as a Trips For Kids board member. Recently, her love of the environment motivated her to sell her car …
 
Remember the first time you pedaled off on your own Freedom machine, without Mom or Dad’s steading hand? Two time Olympic mountain biker Lea Davison remembers, and in this interview you’ll hear how the bike was her ticket to freedom as a young girl... and a steady supply of Snapple. Today Lea strives to take The Lead on the world cup mountain bike …
 
Enjoy this very special interview with Gary Fisher where we cover A LOT of topics. If you know gary, you know it’s best to sit back and let him tell you some great stories and that’s just what we did. Most of us have heard the story of how Gary helped inspire the birth of modern mountain biking but what we love about this interview is hearing what …
 
Rich Tauer is the President of Quality Bicycle Products or as we call it in the bike industry QBP. Over the last 30 years QBP has grown into the largest parts distributor in the US, the parent company of other successful brands like Salsa Cycles, and a leader in green building with their LEED certified distributions centers. What we really admire a…
 
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