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The Pull: Bryce Gracey of No. 22

The Pull: Bryce Gracey of No. 22

No. 22 is a newcomer on the custom bike scene. The company was founded in 2012 by Bryce Gracey and Mike Smith on the idea that titanium just rides better. After working with a couple of different ...

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Paceline Podcast 150

Paceline Podcast 150

We’re gratified to report that we’ve been hearing from listeners who have been getting health issues checked out as a result of Mark Weir and Jess Cera’s stories. Selene just ...

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The Pull: Nick Crumpton

The Pull: Nick Crumpton

This week my guest is frame builder Nick Crumpton. We may be in the golden age of frame building thanks to the fact that some of the finest steel frames ever produced are being built today. That ...

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Tandem #13: Bill Humphreys

Tandem #13: Bill Humphreys

Before Lance and LeMond, and 7-11 and Motorola, there was a group of cyclists paving the way for American racing on the International level. They were the Raleigh Boys of the 60s and 70s. The ...

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Paceline Podcast 149

Paceline Podcast 149

The UCI has announced the first-ever eMTB world championships. There will be multiple categories for both men and women and the prize money will be equal. Of course, there are people who think ...

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The Paceline Podcast 148

The Paceline Podcast 148

It may be February and she may live in Pennsylvania, but Selene has started her season with the first of the season’s Spring Classics. It was cold and reasonably wet, but she says all in ...

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The Pull: Curtis Inglis

The Pull: Curtis Inglis

In the annals of the North American Handmade Bicycle Show few builders have been as celebrated as Curtis Inglis, the man behind Inglis Cycles and Retrotec. Inglis has taken awards home more than ...

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The Paceline Podcast 147

The Paceline Podcast 147

Again, we take on some listener questions this week (you guys are killing it!). Selene takes a look at night riding and how to get past the fear of not being able to see all that much, even with ...

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