Welcome to Ride Shimano Radio. Our goal is to provide our listeners with a unique access and behind the scenes view of Team Shimano, the athletes and teams we support and the products we create. We hope you enjoy the podcast.
EP17 - Heather Jackson & Craig Alexander from Kona08/10/2019 Duration: 27min
For Episode 17 of #RideShimano Radio from Kona, Heather Jackson joins our Triathlon host Craig Alexander live from the Shimano house. Heather is a former Division I Ice Hockey player, and a graduate of Princeton University, with several IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship podium finishes to her name. Heather shares a little insights on her athletic background, the support system around her and the road leading up to this year's race.
EP16 - Kona With Craig Alexander And Dave Scott07/10/2019 Duration: 49min
We kick off IRONMAN week at the 2019 Kona World Championships with two legends of the sport, Craig Alexander and Dave Scott. Between these two, that's an impressive 9 IRONMAN World Championship titles. Dave Scott is the all-time winningest competitor in Kona and now spends his time running a successful coaching program. Dave and Craig share a lot of history together, having raced and worked together on and off the course over the years. Hear their race predictions and favorite IRONMAN memories in Episode 16 of #RideShimano Radio.
EP16 - Hans Rey!15/05/2019 Duration: 26min
Episode 16 is here! We sit down with Hans Rey and talk about his latest project, Trans-Angeles! Tackling the urban depths of Los Angeles, CA! Despite the concrete jungle's reputation Hans and crew manage to find some exciting trails hidden in this bustling city. We also talk about future projects, e-bikes, and Hans's work with Wheels 4 Life. We hope you enjoy this episode, recorded at the 2019 Sea Otter Classic in Monterey, CA.
EP14 - Syndicate24/04/2019 Duration: 46min
We have the great pleasure of sitting down with the Syndicate Downhill Team while in Monterey, CA. Greg, Peaty, Luca, and Loris tell us about the team dynamic, their season, advice to youngsters and what it takes to keep this team of legends going season after season.
EP13 - Shredona18/03/2019 Duration: 47min
in episode 13, we take a speak with 2 members of team Shimano leading the charge to get more women involved in mountain biking here at our North American HQ. Megan and Liz head out to Sedona with their female co-workers for an all MTB experience with Vida MTB. Vida MTB puts on all women MTB clinics and trail rides for any skill level. Megan and Liz share their MTB experiences before, during and after their trip to Sedona, AZ.
EP12 2018 Ironman World Championship in Kona, HI10/10/2018 Duration: 46min
Team Shimano athlete Craig "Crowie" Alexander sits down with Angela Naith and Tim DeBoom to talk about the 2018 IronMan World Championship in Kona, HI.
EP11 - An Olympian and A World Champ18/10/2016 Duration: 43min
In this episode with sit down with Olympic gold medalist Connor Fields and World Champion Joris Daudet, both from team Chase BMX.
EP10 - GT Factory Racing24/02/2016 Duration: 50min
The GT Factory Racing team stopped by our North American headquarters in Irvine, California while the group was in town for their spring training camp held in Temecula, CA. The newly-formed team was given a tour of our business center, warehouse and distribution center then settled up to record an episode of Ride Shimano Radio. The team is made up of a mix of proven young and veteran riders competing in the UCI Downhill circuit & Enduro World Series. Brook MacDonald, Sam Dale, Wyn Masters, Martin Maes, Jackson Frew, Mark Maurissen - Team Mechanic, and Tom Duncan - Team Mechanic.
EP8 - Talking Kona Worlds with Uplace-BMC Pro Triathlon Team09/10/2015 Duration: 32min
We sit down and Uplace-BMC Pro Triathlon team and go over some team dynamics and what it all means for the 2015 Kona Ironman Championships. Get to know this Belgium based team and its multinational members as we head into the final day leading up to Ironman World Championships 2015 in Kona!
EP7 - Andy Potts, let's talk about racing08/10/2015 Duration: 25min
We sent a team out to Andy's hideaway, so with a mechanic, marketing folk and a podcaster we talk and work on bikes with Andy Potts in preparation for Kona Ironman World Championships.
EP9 - Craig "Crowie" Alexander07/10/2015 Duration: 28min
In the final episode of our Kona Ironman World Championship series we sit down with Craig "Crowie" Alexander. A multiple world champion and course record holder, Craig tells us about his history with Ironman, his love of the sport and community as well as his history with Shimano and what the future holds. Enjoy as we wrap up this series of podcasts in beautiful Kona, Hawaii.
EP5 - Angela Naeth and Jeff Symonds Talk Kona World Championships06/10/2015 Duration: 27min
Welcome back to Ride Shimano Radio! We kick off this new series in Kona for the Ironman World Championships. Our first guests are Canadian Triathletes Angela Naeth and Jeff Symonds. Join us as we talk a little history, Ironman tips, and have a good time getting to know these two.
EP6 - Tim Van Berkel and Callum Millward, Ausie vs Kiwi06/10/2015 Duration: 36min
In our second episode of our Kona Ironman World Championship series we sit down with Callum Millward and Tim Van Berkel and dig into their friendship and professional careers. Don't forget your cupcakes, or bagels.
EP4 - Scott 3 Rox Racing18/06/2015 Duration: 37min
in Episode 3 we sit down the Scott/3 Rox Racing team
SPECIAL | XT M8000 Launch Party at Sea Otter Classic22/04/2015 Duration: 01h16min
We set up shop at the XT M8000 launch party to get first impressions from athletes, media, and OEMs. We Talked some race history and XT history, local trails and of course what the new XT means for the sport of mountain biking. Interviews include Sicklines.com, Shimano athlete Cody Kelley, Enduro-MTB.com, GearJunkie.com, MTBR.com, RedKitePrayer.com and Chris Cocalis of Pivot Cycles.
EP3 - Luna Pro Team, AKA: "Their Majesties"16/04/2015 Duration: 57min
In episode 3 we sit and chat with the Luna Pro Team in our HQ. Fresh off Bonelli #2 and just before the Sea Otter Classic in Monterey, CA. This team is full of energy and surprises, we had a great time recording this episode and had so much content we'll need to do a bloopers cut just to use more of it.
EP2 - Neko Mulally talks Gstaad-Scott, World Cups and more28/03/2015 Duration: 46min
This week we sit down with Gstaad-Scott's Neko Mulally. Fresh from his win in Colombia at the Pan American Championships, Neko talks about his experience in Columbia as well was the upcoming World Cup season and a little history. We hope you enjoy episode 2 of Ride Shimano Radio.
EP1 - This is Happening!16/03/2015 Duration: 27min
welcome to the very first episode of Ride Shimano Radio! We are so excited to bring you this new podcast. In this episode we had a serendipitous moment, Trek Factory Racing happened to be on their way to our HQ for a visit when we were setting up to record episode 1. We hope you enjoy this very first step into our little experiment that is Ride Shimano Radio.