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May 26, 2016

Stephen Ettinger was kind enough to take some time out of his World Cup racing schedule to record the next episode of the Drunkcyclist Podcast.  We discuss his quest to make the US Olympic team, sustainable models for mountain bike racing teams, the best new beer he's had in the last twelve months, why Bellingham, WA is "the next big thing" in mountain bike destinations, and how being a mediocre junior and U23 racer kept him from switching to the road.  

The BUI Podcast is brought to you by Epic Rides, and Stephen's primary sponsors include RideBiker Alliance, Focus Bikes, and Giro.  You should also check out Stephen's diary on Cyclingtips which includes a nice video.  

May 7, 2016

Lindsey Voreis of Ladies AllRide was kind enough to sit down for the BUI Podcast to talk about mountain bike skills clinics, the places Lindsey still wants to ride, her "Top 4" in the cycling industry, why the Ladies AllRide clinics are setup as weekend long events, and plenty more.

The BUI Podcast is brought to you by Epic Rides, and Ladies AllRide is supported by the following fine companies: SRAM, LIV, Vittoria Tires, Smith Optics, CamelBak, DT Swiss, SOS Socks, Sombrio Clothing, G-Form Pads, and Picky Bars.  

Apr 18, 2016

Thom Parsons of DIRTWIRE was kind enough to site down for an hour or so to talk about "wicked fast video event coverage".  We go over what it takes to shoot and edit videos for mountain bike events all over the US, mountain biking in the Boston area, and why you should never think about your hourly wage when working in the cycling industry.   

Big thanks to the fine sponsors of the BUI Podcast, Paul Components and Pedal Pushers Club.  

Apr 10, 2016

We've moved on from the flagship of MBR to host the BUI Podcast on our own.  As the show develops, this page will become the audio hub for DC.  The yellow page still rules, but this is where the podcast lives.  Listen, enjoy, and comment if you see fit.