Episodes


S2 E2 Gregg Deal – Looking for Connection

Gregg Deal is a cultural disrupter in all aspects of his life as a mountain biker, multi-media artist, activist, and speaker. We had the opportunity to sit down with Gregg to discuss disrupting stereotypes of all sorts, taking care not just taking, the flaws in appreciation, how a bike changes the way you engage with … Continue reading “S2 E2 Gregg Deal – Looking for Connection”

S2 E1 Rachel Olzer – Your Right to Move

Rachel Olzer is a multi-sport athlete, co-founder of Pedal 2 the People, executive director of All Bikes Welcome, and a cyclist riding for Specialized, SRAM, Velocio, Saris and Hammerhead. We had the opportunity to sit down with Rachel to discuss building community, storytelling as a powerful tool, not resting on your privilege, and our right … Continue reading “S2 E1 Rachel Olzer – Your Right to Move”

S1 E12 Errol Kerr – The Closest Thing to Flying

Errol Kerr is a professional skier, winter Olympian, 5x X games competitor,   and 4x ArticMan competitor. We had the opportunity to sit down with Errol to discuss his incredible ski journey, mental health, and finding joy. The show is available everywhere you get podcasts February 11, 2022. LINKS Instagram: Errol Kerr (@errolkerr) MORE TO SEE … Continue reading “S1 E12 Errol Kerr – The Closest Thing to Flying”

S1 E11 Vasu Sojitra – Bringing Intersectionality Outdoors

Vasu Sojitra is a multi sport adaptive athlete, a professional skier, a disability and inclusion strategist, and a climate change advocate. We had the opportunity to sit down with Vasu to discuss his career, privileging marginalized voices, how creating adaptive spaces requires being adaptive, and bringing intersectionality to the outdoors. The show is available everywhere … Continue reading “S1 E11 Vasu Sojitra – Bringing Intersectionality Outdoors”

S1 E10 Callan Chythlook Sifsof – Using Your Voice

Callan Chythlook-Sifsof is a professional snowboarder, winter Olympian, X Games medalist, advocate with Protect Our Winters, and professional coach. We had an opportunity to chat with Callan live from her boat moored in the Bay area to discuss her career, her climate change and social justice advocacy, the risk of staying silent, and the importance … Continue reading “S1 E10 Callan Chythlook Sifsof – Using Your Voice”

S1 E9 Andrea Haughton – Finding Your Pace

Andrea Haughton is a life long skier / snow boarder, an ambassador with Ski Big 3 in Banff, and a nutritionist serving up healthy foods in the Bow Valley. We had the opportunity to sit down with Andrea to discuss the fueling up for adventure, the importance of communication, community, and finding your own pace. … Continue reading “S1 E9 Andrea Haughton – Finding Your Pace”

S1 E8 Schone Malliet – It’s About Culture, not Committees

Schone Malliet is a former US Marine Pilot and ski racing coach. Today he is the CEO of Winter 4 Kids, an organizations that turned a dormant New Jersey ski area into a nonprofit whose goal is to give urban, suburban and rural children in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut access to winter sports. … Continue reading “S1 E8 Schone Malliet – It’s About Culture, not Committees”

S1 E7 Emile Zynobia – Curls in the Wild

Emile is a professional snowboarder, multisport athlete, who works and researches in environmental studies, management, and resource conservation. We had the opportunity to sit down with Emile to discuss her work, the importance of play, claiming space in the outdoors, and how representation isn’t enough. The show is available everywhere you get podcasts January 7, … Continue reading “S1 E7 Emile Zynobia – Curls in the Wild”

BIPoC Après

a·près /ˌäprā /noun The social activities and entertainment following a day’s activity. Après doesn’t mean any one specific activity, instead it’s a chance to relax, laugh with friends, and tell tall tales of your days adventures. The one thing that’s consistent about après is the sharing of beverages. Whether its a hot tea, a cold … Continue reading “BIPoC Après”

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