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July 30, 2020
Originally aired September 28, 2017 Uriel Eisen and Maggie Burke made their own Bikepacking bags and tent to go bikepacking in the Ecuadorian Andes. There were a lot of unknowns going in. Neither of them spoke much Spanish and neither of had done much high altitude activities. It was challenging at times with brutally rugged terrain, but the friendly people and the grandeur of the Andes made it incredibly rewarding for these two! Check it out. Uriel's Site: www.urieleisen.com ( http://www.urieleisen.com/ ) Uriel Instagram: www.instagram.com/urieleisen ( https://www.instagram.com/urieleisen/ ) Maggie's email: mgkburke@gmail.com More Resources at www.bikepacking.com ( http://www.bikepacking.com/ ) Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
July 27, 2020
When Billy’s mother, Betty, was diagnosed with cancer he decided to return home to Massachusetts instead of leaving for his climbing trip to Nepal. Billy had just graduated from college in Colorado and the world was seemingly his oyster. As his mother’s cancer worsened, those free-spirited experiences became less and less important and were ultimately replaced with grief after Betty tragically passed away from cancer in 1974. After floundering a few years and wondering how to process the grief, Billy’s desire to “do something” continued to grow. He took action in 1980 by organizing the first Pan-Mass Challenge as a way to make sense of the grief and carry on the legacy of his mother. The challenge would be to ride a bicycle across Massachusetts and raise money for the Jimmy Fund ( http://www.jimmyfund.org/ ) and Dana-Farber Foundation ( https://danafarber.jimmyfund.org/site/SPageServer/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIvduK0pXS6gIVzZyzCh0p8AcJEAAYASAAEgJjmvD_BwE&pagename=agda_danafarber_cancer_donation2&s_src=AGDA101419AA&s_subsrc=AGDA101419AA&utm_campaign=AGDA101419AA&utm_medium=cpc&utm_source=google ). 36 people joined that first year and they raised $10,000. The PMC was born. As founder and executive director of the Pan-Mass Challenge for over 40 years, Billy has grown the PMC into the largest single fundraising event in the country. To date, more than $700 million dollars has been raised, 6,000 riders participate every year with 4,000 volunteers, and participation from 200 companies. Find out more at pmc.org ( https://www.pmc.org/ ). Donate here ( https://donate.pmc.org/ ). Register to ride virtually here ( https://www.pmc.org/ride-the-pmc ). Dates are Aug 1-2, 2020. Instagram: @panmass ( https://www.instagram.com/panmass/ ) John Barrack’s PMC Ride link here ( http://profile.pmc.org/JB0912 ) Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
July 23, 2020
Originally aired April 23, 2018 If you have children and you feel as though your adventurous lifestyle is on hold, this is your episode. Curt and fellow podcaster Kelly Dalton have a discussion that is guaranteed to inspire you to get those kiddos into the outdoors and let them experience adventure. The two hosts share what they've learned from slowing down some and adapting their adventure lives to a kid-sized adventure and how much it has taught them as adults. You can find out more about Kathy on her podcast GoAdventureMom here: https://www.goadventuremom.com ( https://www.goadventuremom.com/ ) http://facebook.com/goadventuremom http://twitter.com/goadventuremom http://instagram.com/goadventuremom Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
July 20, 2020
Beau has an incredible eye for turning the ordinary into extraordinary adventures. His stories, films, and upcoming book, The Backyard Adventurer, will make you want to get out of your chair and do something “different”. His projects are simple but profound. From deciding to walk to work, to making an office out of junk material, to kayaking across the Bass Straight from Australia to Tanzania, Beau’s outlook is a mix of Thoreau, Kerouac, with a lot more comedic relief! Please be sure to check out his very entertaining YouTube channel here ( https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCm325cMiw9B15xl22_gr6Dw ). His book, The Backyard Adventurer , will be coming out March 1, 2021. Preorder it here: www.beaumiles.com ( http://www.beaumiles.com ) Instagram: @beauisms ( https://www.instagram.com/beauisms/ ) Facebook: @beaumilesfilm ( https://www.facebook.com/beaumilesfilm/ ) If you’re ready to have your own adventure, head over to www.lost.travel ( http://www.lost.travel ) and enter ADVENTURESPORTS for 10% off your next adventure. Get your body back to balance with high quality CBD oil at CoCannaCare.com ( https://cocannacare.com/ ) Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
July 16, 2020
Originally aired March 8, 2019 Andrew is essentially a "professional backpacker" who is best known for his long-distance backpacking trips, many of which are firsts. For instance, his 6,875-mile Great Western Loop, his 7,778-mile Sea-to-Sea Route and his 4,679-mile "loop" of Alaska on foot, raft, and ski. He also has completed a plethora of shorter adventurers that would be on anyone's bucket list. He's been considered the John Muir and Henry David Thoreau of Generation Y, was Backpacker Magazine Person of the Year, and National Geographic Adventurer of the Year, among other awards. However, today's episode is not specifically about those adventures, but about what life has been like after those achievements. How has he built a sustainable career from backpacking? What future adventures is he planning? Listen in to find out. www.andrewskurka.com ( http://www.andrewskurka.com/ ) Instagram: @andrewskurka ( https://www.instagram.com/andrewskurka/?hl=en ) Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
July 13, 2020
When 10-year-old Dana bought a book about Tarzan rather than a candy bar with his first $1 allowance, he had no idea just how fateful that decision would be. After being inspired by the book he told his dad, Don, that he wanted to walk to the Amazon River. Don, being the imaginative adventurer that he was, took his son's request seriously and began planning what would become the world's longest-ever canoe trip. It would take 10 years before Don, Dana, and his brother, Jeff, would set out on their 12,000 mile, 2-year-long journey to the mouth of the Amazon River. Jeff eventually dropped out of the adventurere, but Don and Dana made it to the end, earning their induction into the Guinness Book of World Records ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guinness_Book_of_World_Records ) for having completed the longest canoe journey ever, a distance of 12,181 miles (19,603 kilometres). Buy the book here: PaddletotheAmazon.com ( https://www.paddletotheamazon.com/ ) guitarsystem123.com ( https://guitarsystem123.com/ ) danastarkell.com ( https://www.danastarkell.com/ ) Facebook: @PaddleToTheAmazon ( https://www.facebook.com/PaddleToTheAmazon/ ) Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
July 9, 2020
The Tour Divide is over 2,750 miles of self-supported time trial endurance riding along the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route stretching between Banff, Alberta, Canada and the US-Mexico border in Antelope Wells, New Mexico. The route was created in 1997 by the Adventure Cycling Association. For 19 years now, bike packers have tackled this route with top riders finishing in just over two weeks while others don’t make it at all. Jim Goodyear is on the show today to fill us in on the experience and mental test that the Tour Divide provides. www.tourdivide.org ( http://www.tourdivide.org/ ) www.adventurecycling.org ( http://www.adventurecycling.org/ ) www.bikepacking.com ( http://www.bikepacking.com/ ) www.youngliving.com ( http://www.youngliving.com/ ) www.facebook.com/JimTourDivide2016 ( https://www.facebook.com/JimTourDivide2016 ) Follow Andy Stout's current GDMBR adventure here: https://www.instagram.com/stoutabout/ Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
July 6, 2020
Originally aired June 18, 2018 Ben Jamin (yep, real name!) joins us to share with us his transformation from corporate from the 9-5 grind to a life on the road driving a Kombi (VW Bus) from Chile to Alaska. His trip took him 6 years! His plan was to pick up riders along the way who needed transportation and who were willing to help with the costs for food and fuel. Ben discovered that he could earn a living while on the road and is now planning to continue around the world. See more from Ben Jamin on his site at kombilife.com ( http://www.kombilife.com/ ) Make sure you check out his books when you're there too! Instagram: http://instagram.com/hastaalaska YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/Kombilife Facebook: https://facebook.com/hastaalaska Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/hastaalaska Want to advertise on this podcast? Go to https://redcircle.com/brands and sign up.
July 2, 2020
Rachael Rapinoe is the Founder & CEO of Mendi, a sports recovery brand. Rachael won an NCAA national championship with the University of Portland in 2005, played pro soccer in Europe in 2010, and eventually retired to pursue her passion in the health and fitness industry. Leveraging her Masters in Health and Exercise Science from PSU, Rachael went on to build Rapinoe SC–a soccer performance training company & lifestyle apparel brand with her twin, US Soccer star sister, Megan. Having recently consulted as women’s soccer strength and conditioning coach for Division I Colleges, Rachael continues to apply her expertise in training, competition, and recovery in an effort to better understand the role recovery has in performance and the human body. With her network of influential athletes and passion for competing, Rachael shapes Mendi’s products to meet the relevant demand in sports. Instagram: @rrapinoe ( https://www.instagram.com/rrapinoe/ ) @ @themendico ( https://www.instagram.com/themendico/ ) themendico.com ( https://themendico.com/ ) Want to advertise on this podcast? Go to https://redcircle.com/brands and sign up.
June 29, 2020
Although Johanna and Christine grew up in the same town of Appleton, Wisconsin, their paths would never cross. That is, until one day Christine was featured in a local newspaper for disappearing on Everest. Johanna’s mother picked up the story and became somewhat consumed with Christine’s background and how this bright young woman from Appleton ended up on the world’s highest mountain. After Johanna’s mother passed, Johanna decided to pick up the story and turn it into Edge of the Map: The Mountain Life of Christine Boskoff. In today’s episode, we’ll talk with Johanna about her life and what led her to pursue this story and what it was like for a non-climber to delve so deep into that world. You can find Edge of the Map at her website, JohannaGarton.com ( https://johannagarton.com/eotm/edge-of-the-map ) , or anywhere else you get books. Johanna and I ask that you consider supporting your local bookstore. Find out about her summer book club events here: https://johannagarton.com/new-events ( http://johannagarton.com/new-events ) Instagram: @johannagartonbooks ( https://www.instagram.com/johannagartonbooks/ ) Facebook: @johannagarton ( https://www.facebook.com/johannagarton/ ) Get your body back to balance with high quality CBD oil at CoCannaCare.com ( https://cocannacare.com/ ) Want to advertise on this podcast? Go to https://redcircle.com/brands and sign up.
June 25, 2020
Former NFL wide receiver, Mark Pattison, joins us on today's show to talk about going from playing professional football in the NFL to climbing the 7 Summits. Website: www.MarkPattisonNFL.com ( http://www.markpattisonnfl.com/ ) Facebook: facebook.com/NFL2SevenSummits ( https://www.facebook.com/NFL2SevenSummits ) Twitter: twitter.com/NFL2SevenSummit ( https://twitter.com/NFL2SevenSummit ) Podcast: markpattisonnfl.com/podcast ( https://www.markpattisonnfl.com/podcast/ ) Get your body back to balance with high quality CBD oil at CoCannaCare.com ( https://cocannacare.com/ ) Want to advertise on this podcast? Go to https://redcircle.com/brands and sign up.
June 22, 2020
If you listen to this show, you know that adventure doesn’t have to cost a fortune. Today we’re talking with Jude Kneller who decided to bike across the USA on a $75 bicycle. On top of that, Jude was 19 when he did the journey alone. Pretty young for such a big trip! I hope you’re inspired by his stories and motivated to plan your own adventure of a lifetime! Instagram: @jhk2000 ( https://www.instagram.com/jhk2000/ ) Get your body back to balance with high quality CBD oil at CoCannaCare.com ( https://cocannacare.com/ ) Want to advertise on this podcast? Go to https://redcircle.com/brands and sign up.
June 18, 2020
From the Without Compromise show notes: Avery grew up in the Midwest, far from the mountains of Colorado that he now calls home. He found running after years of playing basketball and the unique suffering of the sport quickly drew him into longer and longer events. That and the fact he was a broke college student that couldn’t afford a gym membership, running made total sense. Right as he began garnering big wins and making a name for himself, he and his girlfriend, Sabrina, were struck by a semi on the highway. Avery suffered some major injuries that caused him to rethink his direction in life and if he’d every get back out on the trail. After an arduous six months, he was able to start to run again. Fast forward a few years and Avery is now one of the fastest ultrarunners in the world and frequently podiums at iconic races like the Georgia Death Race, Colorado 200, Fat Dog 120, Hurt 100, and dozens more. He finished 6th overall at Western States in 2017. This summer, Avery will be attempting an FKT of the legendary Nolan’s 14 Route ( https://www.outsideonline.com/1926736/your-brain-pain-nolans-14-route ) in Colorado, racing the Tor des Geants ( https://www.tordesgeants.it/en/content/tor-des-g%C3%A9ants%C2%AE ) in Italy, and the Snowman Race ( https://snowmanrace.org/ ) in Bhutan Instagram: @runninhigh ( https://www.instagram.com/runninhigh/ ) Facebook: @avery.collins.77 ( https://www.facebook.com/avery.collins.77 ) SBNATION's writeup on Avery, ( https://www.sbnation.com/2020/4/9/21201381/zen-ultra-running-and-the-art-of-suffering ) Zen, Ultra-running and the Art of Suffering ( https://www.sbnation.com/2020/4/9/21201381/zen-ultra-running-and-the-art-of-suffering ) To learn more about Athletic Brewing and my other show through them, Without Compromise, go here: athleticbrewing.com/blogs/podcast ( https://athleticbrewing.com/blogs/podcast ) Want to advertise on this podcast? Go to https://redcircle.com/brands and sign up.
June 15, 2020
Jerome grew up in Northern Michigan surrounded by water. Reading books about harrowing  adventures fueled his mind to live life outside of the box as he grew up. He started his sailing career late, but once he caught the bug, it took off and never stopped. In October  of 2017, Jerome climbed aboard his Westsail 32, Mighty Sparrow, Jerome would circle the globe alone and return to where he started, Gloucester, MA in June of 2018. His incredible adventure has only been completed by a handful of folks in a vessel of that size. The journey spanned 271 days and over 29,000 miles.Buy his book: Sailing Into Oblivion: The Solo Non-stop Voyage of the Mighty SparrowYoutube Channel:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSzlhcmiF7vav6CNly7rUpw?view_as=subscriberWebsite: 5thcape.comSail Magazine Article: https://www.sailmagazine.com/author/jerome-randGet your body back to balance with high quality CBD oil at CoCannaCare.comWant to advertise on this podcast? Go to https://redcircle.com/brands and sign up.
June 11, 2020
Originally aired September 28, 2015.As a former soldier in the British Special Forces, a military diver and lifelong adventurer, Peter Bray has led a very full life doing what he loves. He now works as a security consultant and outdoor pursuits instructor. In his 56 years, there are few extreme challenges that he has not attempted. Pete’s exploits have taken him from the frozen wastes of Norway to the searing heat of the African bush. Listen in as Pete tells some of the best stories of harrowing ocean crossings and even about his trouble with the British police at age 11.www.kernowcoaching.comwww.peterbrayadventurer.comFacebook: www.facebook.com/peterbrayadventurerTwitter: twitter.com/KernowCoachGet your body back to balance with high quality CBD oil at CoCannaCare.comWant to advertise on this podcast? Go to https://redcircle.com/brands and sign up.
June 8, 2020
Ari in the Air joins us again to talk about the world of paragliding. He spoke on his highlining adventures in episode 632. Listen to it here. Ari is an immensely fascinating person who thinks deeply about the ‘why’ behind doing adventure sports. Even if you never plan to paraglide, Ari’s reflections are something we can all learn from and can enjoy listening too. Check out his podcast, Ari in the Air, anywhere you get podcasts. Instagram: @ariintheairAriintheair.comHis collaboration with KEEN Footwear showcasing some paragliding: www.keenfootwear.com/ambassadors/blog-article-18043.htmlGet your body back to balance at CoCannaCare.comWant to advertise on this podcast? Go to https://redcircle.com/brands and sign up.
June 4, 2020
While thru-hiking the Appalachian Trail in 1996, Whitney LaRuffa found his new hiking companion, a wandering dog which he named Erwin after the town in Tennessee where they met. Erwin continued the AT hike the rest of the way through to Maine and went on to accompany Allgood for 13 years on many more hikes. Whitney joins Travis from his Continental Divide Trail thru-hike on today's show to talk about hiking with dogs and the adventures of hiking America's greatest trails.www.thedagodiaries.comwww.aldhawest.orgwww.allgoodsk9adventures.comwww.facebook.com/AllgoodsK9Adventurestwitter.com/AGK9Adventureswww.instagram.com/agk9adventuresWant to advertise on this podcast? Go to https://redcircle.com/brands and sign up.
June 1, 2020
You’ll remember Curt from episode 491 where he talks about zero-gravity experiences. Today is a much different episode as he and his wife, Cindy, join us to talk about how they plan to adventure now that they’re retired from teaching. Combined, they have 60 years in the classroom and have been able to put in place a fantastic plan for experiencing these years of their lives to the fullest. Even if you’re not anywhere to close retirement (like me), they share plenty of advice, tips, and tricks to help you build a life that perpetuates and prioritizes adventure. You can find out more about them and their podcast, AdventuRetired (which launches today!) here:Podcast: Find it here, AdventuRetired, or anywhere you get podcastsAdventuRetired.comInstagram: @adventuretiredFacebook: @adventuretired
May 25, 2020
Get out and enjoy your Memorial Day! Thank you to everyone who listens who has served our country. We'll be back May 28th.
May 21, 2020
Originally aired March 26, 2018Seth Quigg, the "Pimbi Master", from www.wildlandtrekking.com joins Curt on today's show to share some good stories from trips to Tanzania. they also discuss the value of putting yourself out there and getting some real-world experience and education through adventure.Instagram: @sethquiggphotographywww.wildlandtrekking.com
May 18, 2020
After running her first marathon in Tokyo after the loss of her father, Liz grew a deep love of running as a form of therapy and exercise. She had a self-proclaimed “addiction” for the high of crossing the finish line after over 26 miles of running, especially in places that were far from her hometown of Atlanta. As she approached her 30th birthday while living in Paris, she decided to join her passion for travel and marathons into an adventure of a lifetime! She committed to run 30 marathons in 30 different countries by the time she turns 30 in June of 2020. Each marathon focused on a different charity and she’s currently raising $100,000 to donate to the various causes. You find out more about her marathons and fundraising here. runtoreach.comInstagram: @runtoreachSign up for the virtual marathon for May 24th! runtoreach.com/virtual-marathon
May 14, 2020
Originally aired on Aug 04, 2016.Since 1955, horseback riders have been taking part in an event called the Tevis Cup. This 24 hour endurance race starts in Lake Tahoe, California and ends in Auburn 100 miles to the west. Breast cancer survivor Lora Wereb recently took on this grueling challenge in the race’s 61st year.www.teviscup.orgwww.pegasuswinery.comwww.firstdescents.org
May 11, 2020
After resigning from his position in sales in 1996, Alex became the youngest South African to guide a team to the summit of Everest at the age of 25. Since then he has led dozens of expeditions to some of furthest corners of the planet, including the north and south sides of Everest, the Seven Summits, and the Arabian Desert, to name a few.In 2008, Alex became the first African to walk unsupported to the South pole. The journey took 65 days and covered 1,200 kms. Alex has now transitioned into the life of race director for The Munga, a 1,000 km semi-supported single state mountain bike race across South Africa in the heat of the summer. Find out more about Alex and The Munga:Themunga.comwww.facebook.com/TheMungaMTBxplorethisworld.com/people/alex
May 7, 2020
Ryan "Kodak" Brown is on the show today to share his story of how finding long distance cycling helped him overcome anxiety, depression and alcohol dependency. In 2014, he embarked on an amazing bicycle trip from Canada to Panama. Listen in for some cycling inspiration!Instagram: @ryankodakbrownsierradesigns.comkodakbrown.com
May 4, 2020
After humble beginnings in the world of sports, Brian was introduced to summiting mountains, vast wilderness, and travel when he went to work at a summer camp in Colorado that changed his life forever. After that experience, as well as encouragement from his brother, he was eager to see more of the world. That’s when he took a solo trip to Central America just to experience the culture and scenery. He was hooked!Brian quickly began traveling all over the world, racking up visits to dozens of countries in a relatively short amount of time. It wasn’t long before the idea to visit every country in the world became his pursuit.Today is the story of how Biran did just that. Well, every country except one...Instagram: @the.world.hikerYouTube: The World HikerWebsite: theworldhiker.comFacebook: @TheWorldHiker
April 30, 2020
Ethan knows what it takes to survive. He’s faced cancer twice, lost his father at the age of 14, had teammates die of AIDS while playing professional soccer in Africa, and has won the reality show Survivor: Africa. Today Ethan is joining Without Compromise to talk about what it means to survive difficult situations and ultimately use those tragedies for good in a principle he calls “never letting a crisis go to waste”. For example, when he won the $1 million prize for Survivor: Africa he decided to use the money to start Grassroot Soccer, an adolescent health organization that uses the popularity of soccer to educate at-risk youth all over the world. To date, they’ve educated over 2 million young people through their program.Ethan was most recently on Survivor Season 40: Winners at WarInstagram: @ethanzohnHis websites:Grassroot SoccerEthanZohn.com
April 27, 2020
The world of highlining is often misunderstood as simply walking from one point to another across a thin webbing hundreds of feet in the air. While it is that, it’s so much more. Ari does an amazing job illustrating, even for the totally unfamiliar, the thrill, focus, and adventure of being out there on the line.Most of the episode revolves around him and his friend’s ridiculous accomplishment of highlinging 2 km across an abandoned asbestos mine in (appropriately enough) Asbestos, Quebec. The project was huge, ludicrous, and completely awesome. Enjoy. Video on the project: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5W2ya3oLHaYInstagram: @ariintheairHis colaboration with KEEN Footwear: www.keenfootwear.com/ambassadors/blog-article-18043.htmlPersonal website: ariintheair.com
April 23, 2020
After an injury that kept her from skiing, and pretty much doing anything, for two years, Malou realized that her love wasn’t for racing on skis but for adventure in the wilderness. This ignited her passion for backcountry skiing in some of the most beautifully rugged places on Earth. After healing up, Malou was in pursuit of the best snow and backcountry skiing in the world. She left her small town in Sweden for Revelstoke, British Columbia, which is now her home. Join us for a conversation about snow, mountains, injury, surfing, and adventure. How to find Malou:Instagram: @maloupetersonYouTube: Kajsa & MalouSupport the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcastContact us at info@adventuresportspodcast.com
April 20, 2020
Today we're talking with Jani Pulaski about her adventure sports background and hear how she has been able to get back out there after a chronic back injury.This episode is meant to inspire you to take care of your body and start giving the body a chance to heal any chronic pain right where you are, with what you have.Enjoy!To get in touch with Jani:realchangeinstitute.orgSupport Mason's push-up fundraiser for Feeding America help.feedingamerica.org/goto/PushupChallenge
April 16, 2020
Not many people would go to Alaska during the winter, completely alone, to take care of a team of sled dogs to get over a recent divorce. However, that's exactly what Kristin did. That toughness eventually led her to become one of only 29 women to complete both the Iditarod and the Yukon Quest 1000-mile sled dog race.Kristin is now remarried and has officially started a new journey, motherhood. Up until recently, she also works as a wilderness planner for Denali National Park and also wrote a book about her experiences, This Much Country, which made the New York Times summer reading list in 2019. It can be found following the link below or pretty much anywhere else you buy books (she asks that you support your local bookstore).However, today’s episode is not about her life in Alaska. It’s about her and her family making the enormous change to restart their lives in Texas. Listen in to hear about how continuing to live in Alaska would have led to compromise and how a complete change in identity is sometimes the best direction to go. The book: This Much Countryhttps://www.heymoosekennel.com/Instagram: @heymoosekennelEpisode 505: Dog Sledding and Life in Alaska - Iditarod Racer, Kristin Knight Pace
April 13, 2020
Being a restaurant owner during this Coronavirus outbreak is not a walk in the park. However, facing seemingly insurmountable challenges is nothing new to Melissa. Today she tells us her story of overcoming a terrible accident that nearly completely jeopardized her love of climbing. She still deals with trauma, but she has learned to use it as fuel to continue moving forward. I hope it inspires you, no matter what you’re going through. birdandjim.comInstagram: @melissaistrong @birdandjimFacebook: @melissaistrong @birdandjimrockandice.com/features/life-and-limbdenver.cbslocal.com/2017/10/30/electrocuted-thumbs-sewn-onto-arms
April 9, 2020
Leon Logothetis restores hope to humanity. His world travels inspire us all to connect, get real, and relate to the people behind the places. If you are looking for a dose of stories from the heart, then this show is for you. Leon shares from his experiences with adventure travel around the world on his yellow motorcycle. But his adventures are less about the bike and the distances covered or even the places seen. Leon's adventures are adventures of humanity--adventures of the heart.Read it:Amazing Adventures of a NobodyThe Kindness DiariesWatch it:www.youtube.com/user/leonlogothetisLearn more:www.leonlogothetis.comwww.facebook.com/leonlogothetisSupport the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcastContact us at info@adventuresportspodcast.com
April 6, 2020
Dallas Koehn is a retired US Park Ranger having worked for the National Park Service from 1964 to 1998. His duties consisted of visitor and resource protection, structural and wildland fire protection, law enforcement, emergency medical services, search and rescue, and supervision. During his career he worked at Yosemite, Death Valley, Grand Canyon, Grand Tetons, Shenandoah, Yellowstone, Lassen Volcanic, and Glacier National Parks.Since he retired in 1998 he has been doing volunteer backcountry hiking patrols at Glacier NP every September. For the last four years, after moving to Breckenridge, he has also been doing volunteer backcountry patrols in Summit County for the USFS (through Friends of the Dillon Ranger District) during the summer months, and cross-country skiing during the winter months.Armchair Explorer Info:armchair-explorer.comInstagram: @aaronmwriterSupport the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcastContact us at info@adventuresportspodcast.com
April 2, 2020
Mark is so easy to talk to about all sorts of topics that you forget he’s an iconic freeskier with numerous awards under his belt. In 2005 and 2007 he won the Powder Video Awards for Best Male Performance and is well known by his amazing freeskiing skills that are captured in film through his nearly two-decade relationship with Matchstick Productions. In fact, he’s been featured in every single MSP film for the last 18 years, as well as several Warren Miller and Poor Boyz movies. It hasn’t gone to his head, though. He started mogul skiing before switching to park competitions and chipping a career out over the years. He says it has humbled him and led to a certain amount of contentment over the years. He’s incredibly down to earth and always eager to talk about health, longevity, and his used veggie oil-fueled adventure truck. He joins us from his home near Whistler, BC. This interview originally comes from the other podcast I host, Without Compromise. Check it out here: athleticbrewing.com/blogs/podcastInstagram: @markabmaMarkabma.comGo to GetRoman.com/ASP for a free online visit and free two day shipping.Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcastContact us at info@adventuresportspodcast.com
March 30, 2020
Today we're catching up with Curt Linville, one of the previous hosts of the Adventure Sports Podcast. We discuss what what adventures he's been on in the last year and a half since leaving the show as well as how hosting the show has had a long-term effect on his decision making process.Check out his new show: Weathering Coronavirus: Updates & HopeFind it anywhere you get podcasts.Instagram: @curtlinvilleArmchair Explorer Info:armchair-explorer.comInstagram: @aaronmwriterTry CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. @c.s.coffeeGo to GetRoman.com/ASP for a free online visit and free two day shippingSupport the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcastContact us at info@adventuresportspodcast.com
March 26, 2020
This is a candid conversation between two dads that love adventure, love reflection, and want to keep a positive outlook no matter what.Check out Dan's stuff:Live Wild or Die Podcasthttps://monkii.coInstagram: @Monkii.co
March 23, 2020
When Caitlin fell in love with bike touring after an accidental solo adventure across the American West, she knew she needed to find a way to make money to keep her doing what she loved. What she realized is that getting paid for your passion isn’t always what it seems.  Today we’ll hear her story of the triumphs and trials of working in the outdoor industry and doing “adventure” for a living. Her Article in Outside Online: https://www.outsideonline.com/2407239/bike-touring-dream-job-nightmareInstagram: @caitlingiddingsTwitter: @caitlingiddingscaitlingiddings.comTry CS Instant Coffee for 10% off your first order! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. @c.s.coffeeGo to GetRoman.com/ASP for a free online visit and free two day shippingSupport the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcastContact us at info@adventuresportspodcast.com
March 19, 2020
While we're all in the midst of this pandemic, it's important to keep perspective and be reminded of the lessons we already know. Stay safe, stay healthy, and stay adventurous.
March 16, 2020
For many of us an adventure is life-changing. In fact, it’s often a distinction between the life before and after that adventure which leaves many adventurers with the idea of a completely different lifestyle as well as career post-adventure.Today, we’re hearing form Aaron Mayhew about what it was like for her to experience a midlife crisis, decide to hike the PCT and wanting to take her dietitian skills out of a hospital setting, and into the backcountry. Starting a career around your passion for the outdoors isn’t easy, but with the right amount of dedication, knowledge, and hard work, you increase your chances of success dramatically. Her business is producing quick, easy, and nutritious recipes for backpackers and other adventurers. Her meals aren’t only for adventure athletes. They are also great for quick and nutritious meals you can have at home or have ready in your pantry for quick weekend getaways, work, etc. She joins us from her van in New Mexico after a day of hiking. backcountryfoodie.comIG: @backcountry_foodieFB: @backcountryfoodieYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSUpLNV2Ct1WQWZHhSF3eCwGet 25% off on their website at backcountryfoodie.com/friendsTry CS Instant Coffee for 10% off your first order! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. @c.s.coffeeSupport the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast.Contact us at info@adventuresportspodcast.com
March 12, 2020
Originally aired September 25, 2017This is a must hear episode. Airline pilot, open ocean rower, mountaineer & back country skier, Laval St. Germain visits for a very powerful discussion on climbing, skiing and open ocean rowing. Laval is currently the only Canadian to have successfully summited Mt. Everest without the use of oxygen. He also shares the story of his son's tragic death while out canoeing. However, he and his wife have managed to turn this tragedy into motivation to live life to the fullest. Tune in and let Laval inspire you for or on your next adventure!Web Site: www.lavalstgermain.comTwitter: @lavalstgermainInstagram: @lavalstgermainFacebook: @laval.stgermainTry CS Instant Coffee for 10% off your first order! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. @c.s.coffeeGo to GetRoman.com/ASP for a free online visit and free two day shipping. Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast.Contact us at info@adventuresportspodcast.com
March 9, 2020
Have you ever wondered what it's actually like to be a full-time adventure guide? Many of us daydream about it at our office jobs, but few ever take the plunge. Today we’re hearing from Chris Whittaker about his journey to guiding around the world and some of the twists and turns along the way. We’ll also get to hear about some of his upcoming personal adventures. Instagram: @global_shenaniganswww.global-shenanigans.comInside passage info:Instagram: @ffs_expeditionwww.ffs-expedition.comArmchair Explorer Info:armchair-explorer.comInstagram: @aaronmwriterTry CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. @c.s.coffeeGo to GetRoman.com/ASP for a free online visit and free two day shippingSupport the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcastContact us at info@adventuresportspodcast.com
March 5, 2020
Originally aired January 16, 2017Jeff Golden of the Colorado Mountain Club rejoins the Adventure Sports Podcast today to visit about climbing Colorado's 14ers again, but this time in the winter! Why wait for the short summer season? Winter mountaineering is beautiful and can be done safely with a little training and the right gear. Jeff does a fantastic job of explaining all about it on today's show. www.cmc.orghttps://www.facebook.com/ColoradoMountainClubhttps://iceandtrail.com/http://opensnow.com/http://avalanche.state.co.us/
March 4, 2020
*ANNOUNCEMENT*Filmmaker needed for expedition to Greenland as soon as possible.What:The trip is a 6 week ski and mountaineering expedition to climb first summits in Eastern Greenland to film documentary about climate change. The filmmaker was recently injured and cannot go.Find out more about the expedition here: ZeroImpactAdventures.comWho:Tom Reynolds and James Van Der HoornWhen:22nd March - 08 May, 2020Where:Eastern GreenlandWhat’s included:For professional filmmakers: All costs are covered, including: transport and food, extensive insurance that includes search and rescue cover. All shared equipment (tent, stove, emergency rations, multiple first aid supplies)For non filmmakers: You'll need to pay your own way, although highly discounted and filming responsibilities will be shared among the group.Not included:Own personal gear: sleeping bag, skis, climbing harness, etc.Film equipmentFilmmaker needs to be:Fit - You will ski tour over 300 miles pulling your own sled weighing up to 100 kilos (220 lbs) at the start.Motivated - Tom and James really believe in this project and the documentary. This will not be easy.Easy going - Six weeks in a tent is testing at the best of times! James and Tom are pretty lighthearted so hope to find someone who would fit that style.How to get in touch:tom@zeroimpactadventures.comInstagram: @zeroimpactadventureswww.zeroimpactadventures.com
March 2, 2020
You probably remember Monkii Dan Vinson from episode 499. He interviews me, Mason Gravley, for his show, Live Wild or Die. I decided to share that interview as an episode on our show. I tell some stories from my early experiences in Adventure, as well as some current plans and what it's like to be a parent who adventures. I hope you enjoy the listen and please check out Dan's show as well as Monkii workout and training equipment.https://monkii.coInstagram: @Monkii.coAthletic Brewing Adventure Grant Application: https://athleticbrewing.com/pages/athletic-brewing-2020-adventure-grantTry CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. @c.s.coffeeGet 20% Off and Free Shipping with the code ​ADVENTURE​ at ​Manscaped.com​. Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcastContact us at info@adventuresportspodcast.com
February 27, 2020
Felicity Aston MBE is a British Polar Explorer, author, speaker and expedition leader. In 2012, she became the first woman to ski alone across Antarctica, a journey of 1084 miles that took 59 days to complete. That expedition garnered her a Guinness World Record. She has also been elected Fellow of both the Royal Geographical Society in London and The Explorers Club in New York.Her love for polar exploration began at the age of 23 at Rothera Research Station on the Antarctic Peninsula, where she monitored the climate as a meteorologist.Her expeditions have taken her to places like Greenland, where she became the first British woman to cross the giant landmass, both the North and South Pole, and to leading numerous record-breaking adventures all over the world, involving all women teams.Her story is truly inspirational and her achievements are downright amazing.Her website: www.felicityaston.co.ukHer Twitter: @felicity_astonHer Facebook: @felicity.aston.5
February 24, 2020
In this unprecedented live interview, Aaron Millar and I reminisce about everything from raising feral children to our lives exploring the world and “chasing adventure” for a living. From his website:“Aaron Millar is an award-winning travel writer, journalist and author. He contributes regularly to The Times of London, National Geographic Traveller (UK), and many other national and international publications. He has presented travel documentaries for National Geographic TV, written two books for London publisher Icon - 50 Greatest Wonders of the World & 50 Greatest National Parks of the World - and is the 2014 and 2017 British Guild of Travel Writers Travel Writer of the Year.”Feel free to check out Aaron’s projectsArmchair-explorer.comInstagram: @aaronmwriterGo to GetRoman.com/ASP for a free online visit and free two day shippingAthletic Brewing Adventure Grant Application: https://athleticbrewing.com/pages/athletic-brewing-2020-adventure-grantTry CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout.Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcastContact us at info@adventuresportspodcast.com
February 20, 2020
The Pan-American Highway is an 18,000-mile continuous network of roads from the southern tip of South America to the northern tip of Alaska, with the sole exception being the Darien Gap, a 60 mile separation in the road through a nearly impenetrable jungle on the Panama/Colombian border. Most folks opt to go around the gap by boat or plane. Today’s guest, JD Smith, decided to go through the 99 mile long jungle by motorcycle instead. Needless to say, this is not your ordinary two-wheeled adventure.www.rtwmototours.comFacebook @RTWMotoToursInstagram: @jdsmithphxazAthletic Brewing Adventure Grant Application: https://athleticbrewing.com/pages/athletic-brewing-2020-adventure-grantTry CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout.Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcastContact us at info@adventuresportspodcast.com
February 17, 2020
When a crippling amount of debt kept the Strawbridge family from going on family vacations, they quickly began looking for cheap ways to still enjoy an experience together. That necessity led them to camping and hiking.After realizing that this type of “vacation” was more rewarding the refueling than a tradition trip, they decided to go all in for an experience of a lifetime to celebrate getting back on track financially. That led to the idea of thru-hiking the Pacific Crest Trail as a family. I hope you enjoy this amazing story of great risk, reward, love, and faith. Follow along their 2020 Continental Divide Trail adventure here: Instagram: @strawbridgetrekstrek2650.comFacebook: @strawbridgetreksYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcjYH6S5RzjyCJoNP8CXEKwStrawbridgetreks.com
February 13, 2020
Being a professional athlete is only one slice of the pie for Heather. She has competed in hundreds of events, won five full Ironman races, is the head coach of both the men and women’s triathlon team at Liberty University, runs her own coaching clinics, a present mother to her three children, and a wife.To say the least, Heather is busy.In today's episode, we get to hear first-hand what it was like being an Ironman pro athlete, how to take care of yourself as you age, why mental strength is often more important than physical, as well as many more lessons from someone truly living without compromise. You can find out more about Heather here:Instagram: @athlete_heather_gollnickironedgeevents.comHeathergollnick.comAthletic Brewing Adventure Grant Application: https://athleticbrewing.com/pages/athletic-brewing-2020-adventure-grantTry CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout.Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcastContact us at info@adventuresportspodcast.com
February 10, 2020
It's always great to hear about more adventure from an ASP alum. Sam Chaneles, who's been on the show twice before, is back today to tell us about his most recent adventure, climbing the 22,841 ft Aconcagua. Enjoy the story!www.engineeredforadventure.comInstagram at @engineeredforadventureFacebook: @engineeredforadventureAthletic Brewing Adventure Grant Application: https://athleticbrewing.com/pages/athletic-brewing-2020-adventure-grantTry CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout.Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcastContact us at info@adventuresportspodcast.com
February 6, 2020
If you’ve ever felt limited by your circumstances or physical limitations, today’s episode is a must-listen. Back in 2010, Kyle was sick and tired of feeling terrible about himself and having a hard time playing with his daughter, so he decided to do something about it. Losing a large amount of weight by walking, and eventually running, is no easy task. After taking into account that Kyle is legally blind, the challenge is exponentially greater. However, that didn’t stop him from pushing forward, crushing limitations, and finding creative ways to exercise and run, without a full view of what was around him. 10 years later Kyle is running ultras on and off-trail, running between 20-25 hours per week, and advocating for folks in his situation through his career. Argue for your limitations, and sure enough, they're yours. - Richard BachKylerobidoux.comInstagram: @blindbeerrunnerTwitter: @kyleRrobidouxAthletic Brewing Adventure Grant Application: https://athleticbrewing.com/pages/athletic-brewing-2020-adventure-grantTry CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout.Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcastContact us at info@adventuresportspodcast.com
February 3, 2020
From her book, Epic Solitude: A Story of Survival and a Quest for Meaning in the Far North“Katherine Keith is a wilderness athlete, experience junkie, spiritual questor, long-distance dog musher, and mother to a sixteen-year-old daughter, and 35 dogs, living above the Arctic Circle in Kotzebue, Alaska. Professionally, and as a jack-of-all-trades survivalist, she is a small business owner, rural Alaska project director, energy engineer, commercial fishermen, and wellness advocate. Accomplishments such as completing six Ironman triathlons and five 1000-mile dog sled races form the Cornerstone of Katherine’s philosophy of generating grit through overcoming real-time obstacles. A never-ending dreamer, Katherine is currently pursuing climbing the seven tallest summits on every continent as a budding alpinist. Above all, she loved spending time star-gazing, chasing northern lights, and playing cribbage by wood stove with Amelia at camp."Her Book: Epic Solitude: A Story of Survival and a Quest for Meaning in the Far NorthHer website: KatherineKeith.comInstagram: @katherine.keithFacebook: @kmkeithTwitter: @KatKeithAthletic Brewing Adventure Grant Application: https://athleticbrewing.com/pages/athletic-brewing-2020-adventure-grantTry CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout.Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcastContact us at info@adventuresportspodcast.com
January 30, 2020
Originally aired May 22, 2017Jaime Kurtz visits with Curt to talk about learning how to travel happily as well as getting the most out of your hard-earned vacation. She also shares some interesting psychology studies that help us understand some do's and don'ts of travel.Her book: The Happy Traveler: Unpacking the Secrets of Better Vacationspsychologytoday.com/blog/happy-trailsTwitter: @JaimeKurtz1
January 27, 2020
When Marty's 60th birthday came rolling around, he knew he needed to do something adventurous that took him out of his normal routine and into an entirely different frame of mind. From that longing came the idea to race in the Tour Divide, a 2,750-mile, mostly off-road, mountain bike race from Canada to Mexico along the Continental Divide.  Now, at the age of 65, Marty is gearing up this June for another TD attempt. His 6th time on the trail.  Our most adventurous years don't have to be the earliest. In fact, they can be the most recent. I hope Marty's story helps you see your own adventure in 2020.  Instagram:  bucketride.bike Photo: Linda Guerrette Try CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast   Contact us at info@adventuresportspodcast.com
January 23, 2020
Originally aired March 30, 2017 Past guest, Gavan Hennigan, is back on the show today to tell us about his solo row across the southern Atlantic. What do the stars and the milky way look like at night from the middle of the ocean? How does one cope with 50 days of solitude sitting in a 16 ft rowing for days on end? Gavan discusses overcoming his issues with addiction and how he turned drug addiction into a passion for adventure. Find Gavan on his website at gavanhennigan.com Twitter: @Soulogav @soulogav Instagram: @soulogav Facebook: @soulogav Try CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast   Contact us at info@adventuresportspodcast.com  
January 20, 2020
After a serious car accident that left him with limited mobility in his leg, Jason decided he was done letting time slip by that wasn't in the pursuit of some higher goal in places he loved to be. This led him to pursue wilderness-based FKTs (Fastest Known Times). To date, Jason has 35 FKTs in some of the most iconic and beautiful places in the American West. Many of those FKTs are on impressively difficult routes. The Cascade Trifecta, Rainier Infinity Loop, Crater Lake Circumnavigation, and Oregon's Five Highest are all FKT's Jason has under his belt.  Not bad for an elementary PE teacher having this level of adventures on school breaks and weekends.  Just imagine what you can do if you started trying. Instagram: @jasonhardrath fastestknowntime.com/athlete/jason-hardrath jasonhardrath.com Try CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast   Contact us at info@adventuresportspodcast.com
January 16, 2020
Originally aired April 24, 2017 Anna-Marie Watson grew up in an outdoor-loving, adventurous family. The adventures continued into adulthood as she served nearly a decade in the British Army. Upon leaving the military, she knew she did not want a standard job and a "normal" life so, what did she do? She flew to New Zealand to bicycle the country. This started a series of adventures that led her to compete in the world half Ironman, running (and winning second place female the Marathon De Sables. She isn't slowing down either. She is currently training for The Ultra Trail Du Mont Blanc – a 171 km race around Mont Blanc. She offers coaching services as well through her company, Reach For More Coaching where she shares much about what it takes to build an adventure-focused lifestyle. www.rfmcoaching.com facebook.com/RFMCoaching twitter.com/RFMCoaching instagram.com/rfmcoaching Try CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast   Contact us at info@adventuresportspodcast.com  
January 13, 2020
At a young age, Ben and his parents pedaled all over the US on extended bike tours. He credits these early endurance events as part of the foundation that led to his ability to outlast his opponents in traditional sports. However, it wasn’t until college at the University of Montana in Missoula that Ben discovered triathlons in a book while traveling to Alaska.  Once he got back to school he signed up for the local triathlon and was instantly hooked. Ben immediately set his sights on becoming pro. Since then, Ben has won seven full Ironman races, seven 70.3 Ironman races, came in 2nd in the Ironman World Championship in 2014 and 4th in both 2016 and 2019.  BenHoffmanRacing.com Instagram: @bhoffmanracing Twitter: @bhoffmanracing Facebook: @bhoffmanracing Try CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast   Contact us at info@adventuresportspodcast.com
January 9, 2020
Originally aired December 07, 2018 Tommy is one of the greatest climbers of all time. Listen in as he shares stories from being held hostage, life as a father, and ultimately his famous climb of the Dawn Wall on El Capitan in Yosemite National Park with Kevin Jorgeson.  dawnwall-film.com Instagram: @tommycaldwell tommycaldwell.com
January 6, 2020
Can you believe it? We've made it to 600 episodes. That's quite the feat in the podcast world. There have been highs and lows and everything in between. To celebrate episode 600 and 2020, Mason is going to reflect on the last decade of adventures as well as 2019 for the podcast. 
December 26, 2019
Just a reminder we'll be back on January 6th. Enjoy the holidays!
December 23, 2019
After any great adventure, there's a very good chance the life you come back to is not nearly as exciting or engaging as the adventure you recently finished. For many adventurers, this can lead to a pretty dark time in their life known as post-adventure depression.  Today we're chatting again with Joe Jiminez (from episode 443) who recently finished the Pacific Crest Trail. He's currently dealing with post-adventure life and was kind enough to share his feelings and experience from what he calls an epic adventure and transitioning back to normal life.  takingthealternate.com Instagram: @takingthealternate ANNOUNCEMENT: We will be taking a nearly two-week break from the show during the holidays. We'll be back on January 6th with a new episode.  Happy Holidays! Try CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. Ombraz fix what frustrates you about sunglasses. Completely armless, Ombraz attach directly to a built-in cord that keeps the sunnies securely and comfortably in place.  For every pair sold, they plant 20 trees. Find out more at ombraz.com/products/classics Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast   Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
December 19, 2019
Originally aired November 23, 2015 Mike, who was named the 2013 National Geographic Adventurer of the year, has been on 87 expeditions around the globe racking up over 200 first ascents. However, his foundational passion is adventure travel and adventures with his daughter.  Mike shares not only stories about his exploration but also about what it takes behind the scenes to live an adventure-filled life.   Photo credit here Try CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. Ombraz fix what frustrates you about sunglasses. Completely armless, Ombraz attach directly to a built-in cord that keeps the sunnies securely and comfortably in place.  For every pair sold, they plant 20 trees. Find out more at ombraz.com/products/classics Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast   Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com  
December 16, 2019
Thomas recently became an empty nester and decided a grand adventure was what he needed. He got together with Churchill Clark, the great-great-great-great grandson of Captain William Clark of the Lewis and Clark Expedition to build a dugout canoe named Bella from a 20 foot Douglas Fir.   He traced his path along the Missouri River all the way to the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, a 5-month expedition along the same route Lewis and Clark took when returning to the East Coast.  This epic tale includes everything from puppies, bow fishing, and flooded rivers, to quaint towns, and peaceful moments of solitude.  A book about the experience will be released in March of 2020. You can preorder it here: http://www.hopspress.com/Books/Missouri_River.htm  Here’s a short documentary about the experience: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N-JgWTDUta0 Video about building the canoe: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CipwviRWeCU His YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/thomasjelpel www.elpel.info www.greenuniversity.com Try CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. Ombraz fix what frustrates you about sunglasses. Completely armless, Ombraz attach directly to a built-in cord that keeps the sunnies securely and comfortably in place.  For every pair sold, they plant 20 trees. Find out more at ombraz.com/products/classics Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast   Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
December 12, 2019
Originally aired March 06, 2017 Shawn Forry joins us today to recount how he and Justin Lichter thru-hiked the Pacific Crest Trail in the winter. This is no small feat and as far as records tell, no one has managed it before! There is a whole lot more than just the PCT in this show. Shawn has also hiked the AT, the CDT, the Colorado Trail, the Long Trail, and many, many more. All that to say, the epic thru-hiking trails are NOT off-limits in the winter with the right equipment and experience.  www.shawnforry.com
December 9, 2019
Today we talk about the resurging sport of ultra blading/inline skating and the relatively new sport of bladepacking with Caleb Smith. He and his girlfriend recently bladepacked across the entire state of New Mexico with much bigger plans in the near future.  @Kaleboston on IG and Facebook Bigwheelblading.com Kaleboston.blog His sponsors: Check out Rollerblade.com for more articles and content about the world of inline skating. Agogie Resistance Training Pants With resistance bands built inside, improving your health, fitness, and athletic performance is as simpple as putting on pants. Find out more at agogie.com @agogielife Suavs Shoes - shoes for people making moves suavshoes.com @suavsshoes Try CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. Ombraz fix what frustrates you about sunglasses. Completely armless, Ombraz attach directly to a built-in cord that keeps the sunnies securely and comfortably in place.  For every pair sold, they plant 20 trees. Find out more at ombraz.com/products/classics Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast   Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
December 5, 2019
Originally aired June 1, 2015. Gerry Roach, the well-known author of Colorado's Fourteeners, shares stories, advice, lessons learned, and wisdom from his more than 2,000 climbs.  From the seven summits to all of Colorado's 13ers and 14ers, Gerry has been there, done that.  What's more, he has shared his experiences via 15 wildly popular books he has authored on climbing; guides and narratives.   Colorado's Fourteeners, 3rd Edition Try CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. Ombraz fix what frustrates you about sunglasses. Completely armless, Ombraz attach directly to a built-in cord that keeps the sunnies securely and comfortably in place.  For every pair sold, they plant 20 trees. Find out more at ombraz.com/products/classics Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast   Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
December 2, 2019
Jake has spent over a decade camping, climbing, diving, driving, paddling, pedaling, hiking, exploring, sailing, and failing all over the world. In his travels, he noticed that there were a ton of folks who booked organized and pre-planned travel experiences and many folks who do completely solo adventures, but not much in between.  After many conversations about the missing travel experience in between the two, he and his wife started Lost Travel Company, a middle ground between planned travel and solo adventures for folks who want a true adventure with the camaraderie of group travel and the freedom to adventure how they want to.  Visit www.lost.travel For info about their adventures www.lost.travel/tracker For the Adventure Tracker Twitter @losttravelco Instagram: @losttravelco Facebook: @losttravelco Try CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. Ombraz fix what frustrates you about sunglasses. Completely armless, Ombraz attach directly to a built-in cord that keeps the sunnies securely and comfortably in place.  For every pair sold, they plant 20 trees. Find out more at ombraz.com/products/classics Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
November 28, 2019
Originally aired February 6, 2017 In May of 2001, Brad, Melissa, Brad's father, and their dog were stranded overnight on Mount Evans in Colorado during a freak late-spring blizzard. With the day not going as planned, the group made the tough decision to take shelter and stay the night. After the traumatizing ordeal, Brad and Melissa are on a mission to share their story for the benefit of others. Their story is about overcoming tragedy, a deep love for mountains, and continuing forward to make a difference in the lives of others. Don't miss this episode about Colorado 14ers, tragedy, and triumph.  Book: Exposed: Tragedy & Triumph in Mountain Climbing Try CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. Ombraz fix what frustrates you about sunglasses. Completely armless, Ombraz attach directly to a built-in cord that keeps the sunnies securely and comfortably in place.  For every pair sold, they plant 20 trees. Find out more at ombraz.com/products/classics Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com  
November 25, 2019
Our old friend Sarah Williams, host of the Tough Girl Podcast, is back with us today to talk about her recent (2018) bicycle tour down the West Coast of North America as well as her 2019 walk of The Camino Portugués from Lisbon, Portugal to Santiago de Compostela in Spain. We also discuss how she balances a life of adventure while inspiring countless others to live a life of adventure themselves.  Twitter - @_tough_girl Instagram - @toughgirlchallenges Blog/Website - www.toughgirlchallenges.com FaceBook - @ToughGirlChallenges Pinterest - https://uk.pinterest.com/Tough101/ Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/ToughGirlPodcast?ty=h YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/SarahWilliamsToughGirlChallenges You can listen to the Tough Girl Podcast on the go via iTunes, Soundcloud & Stitcher! https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/tough-girl-podcast/id1024977070    https://soundcloud.com/toughgirlchallenges/tracks http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/tough-girl-podcast Try CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. Ombraz fix what frustrates you about sunglasses. Completely armless, Ombraz attach directly to a built-in cord that keeps the sunnies securely and comfortably in place.  For every pair sold, they plant 20 trees. Find out more at ombraz.com/products/classics Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
November 21, 2019
Originally aired October 30, 2015 And you thought that climbing all the Colorado 14ers was crazy! Brittany and Frank Konsella actually climbed and SKIED all the Colorado 14ers. Yes, it is just as radical and fun as it sounds. Mountaineering.  Extreme skiing.  Winter at its very best!  The snow is starting to pile up on the peaks! It is time to think about snow! www.14erskiers.com Facebook: @14erskierscom Try CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. Ombraz fix what frustrates you about sunglasses. Completely armless, Ombraz attach directly to a built-in cord that keeps the sunnies securely and comfortably in place.  For every pair sold, they plant 20 trees. Find out more at ombraz.com/products/classics Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
November 18, 2019
Every lesson that needs to be learned in life can be taught by nature. When we get out there we have time to breathe, to think, and to reflect on the beauty before us. It teaches us so much. No one knows that better than life-long Outward Bound promotor, Mark Brown. His life journey has taken many turns and his connection with the outdoors has fueled that life of adventure.  After spending his entire career in Outward Bound, he recently published a book titled Outward Bound Lessons to Live a Life of Leadership that interviews some of Outward Bound’s most prominent alumni. They include Luis Benitez, one of the foremost mountaineers in the world, former US Senator Mark Udall, The Home Depot co-founder and current Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank, and Kohler Co. VP Laura Kohler. The book identifies the impact of Outward Bound in the world as told through the stories of former instructors and participants who have gone on to make a difference in the world. The lessons focus on what was learned in the wilderness and how it applies to being a powerful, positive leader in any setting. You can find Outward Bound Lessons to Live a Life of Leadership here: markmbrown.com outwardbound.org His LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/mark-brown-me-cpcc-b723104/ Faceboook: @markmbrownauthor Try CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. Ombraz fix what frustrates you about sunglasses. Completely armless, Ombraz attach directly to a built-in cord that keeps the sunnies securely and comfortably in place.  For every pair sold, they plant 20 trees. Find out more at ombraz.com/products/classics Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
November 14, 2019
Originally aired October 28, 2015 And you thought that climbing all the Colorado 14ers was crazy! Brittany and Frank Konsella actually climbed and SKIED all the Colorado 14ers. Yes, it is just as radical and fun as it sounds. Mountaineering.  Extreme skiing.  Winter at its very best!  The snow is starting to pile up on the peaks! It is time to think about snow! www.14erskiers.com Facebook: @14erskierscom Photo credit here Try CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. Ombraz fix what frustrates you about sunglasses. Completely armless, Ombraz attach directly to a built-in cord that keeps the sunnies securely and comfortably in place.  For every pair sold, they plant 20 trees. Find out more at ombraz.com/products/classics Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
November 11, 2019
Sam is an accomplished backpacker and mountaineer, as well as a current Mechanical Engineering student at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, GA. He joined us on episode 554 to talk about how he squeezes adventures into his busy schedule. Today, Sam joins us to talk about his epic 40-day, mostly solo hike piecing together the most epic alpine routes in all of Colorado in what he calls “The Colorado Crest”. This December 13 – 30 he’ll be attempting Aconcagua in Argentina. Good luck, Sam! www.engineeredforadventure.com Instagram at @engineeredforadventure Facebook: @engineeredforadventure Photo credit: Facebook Try CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. Ombraz fix what frustrates you about sunglasses. Completely armless, Ombraz attach directly to a built-in cord that keeps the sunnies securely and comfortably in place.  For every pair sold, they plant 20 trees. Find out more at ombraz.com/products/classics Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
November 7, 2019
Originally aired June 22, 2017 Thru-hiking maven Arlette Lann (aka "Apple Pie") spends some quality adventure time with us to talk about east coast hiking in the White Mountains of New Hampshire as well as her recent thru-hike of the Hayduke Trail. You may have never heard of the Hayduke Trail. Basically, it winds through some of the most scenic areas of southern Utah and northern Arizona including Arches, Canyonlands, Glen Canyon, Capitol Reef, Grand Escalante, Bryce Canyon, Zion, and Grand Canyon National parks and monuments. Talk about epic! www.arlettelaan.com arlettelaan.wordpress.com Facebook: @ArletteLaanCreations hayduketrail.org Try CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. Get 20% off your Roam wallets and silicone rings at wheredoyouroam.com using code “Podcast” (case sensitive) at checkout. @roamproducts Ombraz fix what frustrates you about sunglasses. Completely armless, Ombraz attach directly to a built-in cord that keeps the sunnies securely and comfortably in place.  For every pair sold, they plant 20 trees. Find out more at ombraz.com/products/classics Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
November 4, 2019
Have you ever thought to combine multiple adventure sports into one? I’m sure a lot of you out there already do! Today, we’re talking with Erin Bucher about how he enjoys his favorite sport, fishing, through the disciplines of hiking and kayaking. He says it’s a great way to get to those hard to reach fishing destinations and to also kill two birds with one stone during those precious weekend hours.  I hope you enjoy these insightful tips, tricks, and encouragement to get you out there having fun! Instagram: @hike_paddle_fish His Email: hikepaddlefish.info@gmail.com Try CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. Get 20% off your Roam wallets and silicone rings at wheredoyouroam.com using code “Podcast” (case sensitive) at checkout. @roamproducts Ombraz fix what frustrates you about sunglasses. Completely armless, Ombraz attach directly to a built-in cord that keeps the sunnies securely and comfortably in place.  For every pair sold, they plant 20 trees. Find out more at ombraz.com/products/classics Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
October 31, 2019
In 1973 Raleigh Bicycles took a bold step by inviting an American four-rider team to compete in the 8 day, 750-mile Tour of Ireland. This was unprecedented as no American team had ever raced in such a prestigious European bike event. And no one gave them a chance. However, the Raleigh team was young and excited and came out with some impressive firsts. Team member John Howard won a stage and finished 3rd overall, another finished 5th and Bill Humphreys was 3rd in a stage and was awarded the “Most Aggressive Rider” for that day.  Phil Liggett, the commaisare of the race was so impressed that he and invited the team (on the spot) to compete in his prestigious Milk Race the following year.  From that year forward, cycling would change forever as an entire new continent of talent and skill would participant and make its mark on European cycling.  The Raleigh Team will be rejoining next summer to relive the glory of the experience at the Tour of Ireland reunion.  Bill will be showing a 25-minute film of the race and a quick slideshow of the Tour of Ireland Reunion held this past summer at the Philly Bike Expo on November 2, 2019. www.therealbikeguy.com The Jersey Project Try CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. Get 20% off your Roam wallets and silicone rings at wheredoyouroam.com using code “Podcast” (case sensitive) at checkout. @roamproducts Ombraz fix what frustrates you about sunglasses. Completely armless, Ombraz attach directly to a built-in cord that keeps the sunnies securely and comfortably in place.  For every pair sold, they plant 20 trees. Find out more at ombraz.com/products/classics Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
October 28, 2019
When Lin was tired of the “college-types” that she was always surrounded by, she decided to get to know a couple of sailors as an outlet from the mundaneness of campus life. She quickly fell in love with one of the guys, Larry, who was completely different from the folks she spent her days in class with. Lin was eager to learn so he began to teach her how to sail.  Once she was comfortable on the water they began helping other folks deliver their boats around the area and they also began building their own. Not long after, the idea to live full-time on the 29-foot sailing vessel was born.  Fast forward 47 years, 210,000 miles, and 77 countries later and we have Lin now sailing around the world on her own and having written dozens of books about her and Larry’s epic life. Lin has a lot to teach us in today’s episode and I encourage you to check out her many books. Try CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. Get 20% off your Roam wallets and silicone rings at wheredoyouroam.com using code “Podcast” (case sensitive) at checkout. @roamproducts Ombraz fix what frustrates you about sunglasses. Completely armless, Ombraz attach directly to a built-in cord that keeps the sunnies securely and comfortably in place.  For every pair sold, they plant 20 trees. Find out more at ombraz.com/products/classics Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
October 24, 2019
Originally Aired November 30, 2018 You're probably familiar with John's name and work but do you know about his journey from not being able to get a single company to publish his books to now being on countless coffee tables and walls around the world? Pursuing your dreams is not always a cakewalk. In fact, sometimes it's a downright nightmare but every once in awhile, if you're lucky, your hard work lands in the hands of the Pope himself. Listen to the episode to learn what that's about! I hope you enjoy this honest conversation from one of America's most iconic landscape photographers. www.johnfielder.com Try CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. Get 20% off your Roam wallets and silicone rings at wheredoyouroam.com using code “Podcast” (case sensitive) at checkout. @roamproducts Ombraz fix what frustrates you about sunglasses. Completely armless, Ombraz attach directly to a built-in cord that keeps the sunnies securely and comfortably in place.  For every pair sold, they plant 20 trees. Find out more at ombraz.com/products/classics Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
October 21, 2019
West was born and raised in Texas and found his love of water at an early age. He was heavily involved in the water sports scene in Austin for years, organizing cleanups, races, etc. However, it wasn’t until his first trip out of the county, at the age of 46, that West decided to pursue an enormous expedition, paddle the entire length of the Amazon River.  This led West to organize The 2012 National Geographic Amazon Express Expedition, which was his first expedition. It started at the newly discovered/confirmed source of the Amazon, which added almost 100 miles to the river and after 111 days, they made it to the Atlantic Ocean, 75 miles east of Belem, Brazil. West is also the first to kayak Europe's longest river 2200 mile Volga River in Russia. In 2020 he and his group will be the first to kayak the entire Northwest Passage - 1,900 miles across the Canadian Arctic Archipelago with the “Arctic Cowboys”. Check out his new book in the link below! westhansen.com FB: @westhansenexpeditions  Insta: @westhansenexpeditions Documentary: "Peeled Faces on the Amazon: The Story of the Amazon Express."  New Book!: The Amazon From Source to Sea Try CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. Get 20% off your Roam wallets and silicone rings at wheredoyouroam.com using code “Podcast” (case sensitive) at checkout. @roamproducts Ombraz fix what frustrates you about sunglasses. Completely armless, Ombraz attach directly to a built-in cord that keeps the sunnies securely and comfortably in place.  For every pair sold, they plant 20 trees. Find out more at ombraz.com/products/classics Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
October 17, 2019
Originally aired on November 09, 2015 Susie and Dan Kellogg from the Kellogg Show on YouTube stop by to discuss how it is to live on an RV with 12 kids. Listen in and get inspired to hit the open road with your family to learn all there is to learn about our beautiful country! Web Site & Blog: www.kelloggshow.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/kelloggshow Facebook: @kelloggshow Twitter: @kelloggshow Instagram: @kelloggshow Try CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. Get 20% off your Roam wallets and silicone rings at wheredoyouroam.com using code “Podcast” (case sensitive) at checkout. @roamproducts Ombraz fix what frustrates you about sunglasses. Completely armless, Ombraz attach directly to a built-in cord that keeps the sunnies securely and comfortably in place.  For every pair sold, they plant 20 trees. Find out more at ombraz.com/products/classics Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
October 14, 2019
Growing up in Florida, Nick had fallen in love with water and the ocean lifestyle. However, it wasn’t until studying geography at Florida State University that he discovered just how beautiful other oceans, beaches, and islands around the world really were. He quickly set his eyes on the South Pacific and ultimately Australia. His adventures are vast, his stories are epic, and his stoke for life is contagious.  He sets his compass in the direction of the unknown because he now knows that’s the best way to better your world and open up the opportunities in front of you. Nick is a strong believer that you can do anything you want as long as you overcome the largest barrier in your way...yourself. Instagram: @nick.watts.wild @Occupation_Wild Occupationwild.com The Occupation Wild Podcast (Apple and Spotify) Try CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. Get 20% off your Roam wallets and silicone rings at wheredoyouroam.com using code “Podcast” (case sensitive) at checkout. @roamproducts Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
October 10, 2019
Originally aired October 16, 2017 When Mina Guli wanted to do something to raise awareness about the world's looming clean water shortage she took on the monumental adventure of running the equivalent of 40 marathons in just 40 days. If that wasn't ambitious enough, she also ran down 6 of the world’s great rivers, on 6 continents in just 6 weeks. Listen in to hear her story!   Website:  www.minaguli.com Facebook:  @MinaGuliWater Twitter: @minaguli Instagram: @minaguli   Photo credit here Try CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. Get 20% off your Roam wallets and silicone rings at wheredoyouroam.com using code “Podcast” (case sensitive) at checkout. @roamproducts Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
October 7, 2019
Over the last 44 years, Scott has been experiencing the joys of hang gliding. From his very first bamboo framed DIY attempt to state-of-the-art wings, Scott has flown in some pretty epic places. He’s here today to give us an intro into the sport and show you how you too can fly like a bird too. Ushawks.org Try CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. Get 20% off your Roam wallets and silicone rings at wheredoyouroam.com using code “Podcast” (case sensitive) at checkout. @roamproducts Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
October 3, 2019
Originally aired February 09, 2017 From beautiful Gunnison, Colorado, bike mechanic by day and mountain bike ninja the rest of the time, Jefe Branham talks about the ups n downs of packing your mountain bike with the bare essentials and hitting the trail. Jefe won the 2014 Tour Divide, racing from Canada to Mexico along the Rocky Mountains. He has also won the 500 mile Colorado Trail Race a staggering 4 times! Listen in if you love mountain biking. Heck, listen in if you love adventure! Check out his blog at: www.jwookieone.com and hit him up in his comments. Instagram: @jwookstar Facebook: @efe.branham Try CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. Get 20% off your Roam wallets and silicone rings at wheredoyouroam.com using code “Podcast” (case sensitive) at checkout. @roamproducts Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
September 30, 2019
We heard from Captain Brian Trautman of SV Delos a while back about sailing around the world. As a way to mix things up, they recently sailed far from their usual tropical landscapes to one of iceberg-filled water of Svalbard, only 600 miles from the North Pole.  The experience proved rewarding and overflowing with adventure. We get to hear about everything from their night watching for damaging icebergs as well as their “Day of Magic” that includes an up close encounter with a polar bear.  The other half of the SV Delos crew, Brady Trautman and Alex Blue, are here today to tell about that far north experience. They’re catching up with us during their 6500 nautical miles "Lap of the Northern Atlantic Ocean”.  Enjoy! youtube.com/svdelos Instagram: @svdelos Facebook: @svdelos Svdelos.com @Senor.brady @Bluevue4you Try CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. Get 20% off your Roam wallets and silicone rings at wheredoyouroam.com using code “Podcast” (case sensitive) at checkout. @roamproducts Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
September 26, 2019
Originally aired October 13, 2016 Imagine the Herculean effort it takes to summit 29,035' Mt. Everest. Now imagine reaching the summit and enjoying the fruits of your accomplishment only to realize your vision is fading rapidly with no one around to help you get back down. Brian Dickinson is on the show to tell us about his Blind Descent from the top of the world. www.briandickinson.net The Book: Blind Descent: Surviving Alone and Blind on Mt. Everest Instagram: @briancdickinson Facebook: @briancdickinson Twitter: @briancdickinson Youtube: www.youtube.com/c/BrianDickinsonBlindDescent Photo credit here Try CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. Get 20% off your Roam wallets and silicone rings at wheredoyouroam.com using code “Podcast” (case sensitive) at checkout. @roamproducts Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
September 23, 2019
Enlisting in the Army at the age of 22, Will Robinson had no idea how impactful of an experience it would be. Although honored and proud to serve his country, he returned 5 years later a broken man. Mentally, physically, and emotionally, the next 12 years of his life would be a stumbling progression of surgeries and therapy, with the constant companions of depression and anxiety.  That is until one day while flipping through channels, he saw the movie, Wild. Two weeks later, Will was at the southern terminus of the PCT. The rest is well, now history. Will finished his last step of the Triple Crown just over a week ago, becoming the first African American man to complete the journey.  Instagram: @akunahikes https://trailrunnermag.com/video/watch-akuna-hikes.html Photo credit here Try CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. Get 20% off your Roam wallets and silicone rings at wheredoyouroam.com using code “Podcast” (case sensitive) at checkout. @roamproducts Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
September 19, 2019
Growing up in California, Jon was taken on epic adventures by his father into the local mountains and national parks where the opportunity to fly fish was abundant. Later in life, however, Jon found himself in the much warmer Texas landscape where he had to adjust his skills to continue pursuing the sport.  Fly fishing is the perfect minimalistic complementary skill to so many other adventure sports; backpacking, horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking, etc. It doesn't take much to throw a small rod and a few flies in with your gear and have some fresh fish on your adventure.  Try CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the months of September and October only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. Get 20% off your Roam wallets and silicone rings at wheredoyouroam.com using code “Podcast” (case sensitive) at checkout. @roamproducts Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
September 16, 2019
Finding a balance between family life and adventure life is a tale as old as time. Hear from Mason, the Adventure Sports Podcast host, and his wife, Emily, about their experience with this delicate balance over the course of their marriage. It may be lessons already learned for many of you, but I'm sure there's some info in here everyone will find applicable to their relationships. Enjoy! Try CS Instant Coffee for 50% off your first order for the month of September only! Go to csinstant.coffee and use the code "ADVENTURE" at checkout. Athletic Brewing Company is a pioneer in craft non-alcoholic beer. They make great-tasting beer for the healthy, active, modern adult. Athletic uses certified all-organic grains and only 50-70 calories a can. With IPA, Golden Ale, stouts, and tons of seasonal style offerings. Save 15% by using ADVENTURE at athleticbrewing.com @athleticbrewing Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
September 12, 2019
Sarah has always been involved in sports and has always loved adventure. She credits her mother for that. As a child she would pour through her mother’s photo albums of faraway places, hoping to one day go herself.  After years of working in the world of banking and traveling to over 40 countries, Sarah was thumbing through adventures that have never been completed when she realized no woman had ever paddled the entire Nile River, the longest river in the world.  She immediately began planning what that would look like to attempt. She was overwhelmed with fear and worry, but that didn’t stop her.  Today, we’re listening to her story of paddling the entire Nile River and what it means to put one food (or paddle) in front of the other, even when your comfort zone is nowhere in sight.  www.paddlethenile.com Instagram @paddlethenile www.sarahdavis.co Athletic Brewing Company is a pioneer in craft non-alcoholic beer. They make great-tasting beer for the healthy, active, modern adult. Athletic uses certified all-organic grains and only 50-70 calories a can. With IPA, Golden Ale, stouts, and tons of seasonal style offerings. Save 15% by using ADVENTURE at athleticbrewing.com @athleticbrewing ASP is also sponsored by CS Instant Coffee. CS Instant Coffee is 100% Arabica Instant Coffee. Their compostable packaging provides guilt-free convenience that is perfect for the trail, office, and fitness.  Visit csinstant.coffee and use promo code 'Adventure' for 20% off at csinstant.coffee @c.s.coffee If you're in need of some personalized advice before buying your gear, go to backpacktribe.com. You're not only able to purchase the gear you need on their website but talk with someone with the experience and know-how. They also offer gear bundles and free shipping. @backpacktribal Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
September 9, 2019
Stephan Kesting is probably best known for the huge number of Brazilian jiu-jitsu videos he has on Youtube, the martial arts training articles he’s written for Grapplearts.com, and his instructional videos which people consume in app form, online streaming form, and DVD form. What’s not as well known is that he’s also a full-time firefighter who received the national medal of bravery for helping save two trapped firefighters from a collapse in a burning warehouse. He’s also been an avid outdoorsman for decades. For example, in 2015 he was dying of kidney failure due to a genetic condition. A kidney transplant saved his life and 6 months later he completed a 50 km mountain endurance hike with 2,600 meters of vertical climb and descent in the snow in a single day. He recently completed a 42 day, 1000 mile canoe trip that took him from the boreal forest of northern Canada to the open barren land tundra, and then down to Hudson bay. He was by himself and carried all his food and supplies with him. It was truly the adventure of a lifetime.  Enjoy! His martial arts: www.grapplearts.com Podcast: The Strenuous Life Podcast Instagram: @stephan_kesting Athletic Brewing Company is a pioneer in craft non-alcoholic beer. They make great-tasting beer for the healthy, active, modern adult. Athletic uses certified all-organic grains and only 50-70 calories a can. With IPA, Golden Ale, stouts, and tons of seasonal style offerings. Save 15% by using ADVENTURE at athleticbrewing.com @athleticbrewing ASP is also sponsored by CS Instant Coffee. CS Instant Coffee is 100% Arabica Instant Coffee. Their compostable packaging provides guilt-free convenience that is perfect for the trail, office, and fitness.  Visit csinstant.coffee and use promo code 'Adventure' for 20% off at csinstant.coffee @c.s.coffee If you're in need of some personalized advice before buying your gear, go to backpacktribe.com. You're not only able to purchase the gear you need on their website but talk with someone with the experience and know-how. They also offer gear bundles and free shipping. @backpacktribal Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
September 6, 2019
When Fraser Johnston injured himself one summer, he realized that if the same injury had happened during the snowboarding season, he’d be in a heap of trouble. As a snowboard instructor, your body’s health is crucial to earning a living since you need to be on a board with your students. He quickly began brainstorming ideas to help scale his knowledge and passion for snowboarding, just in case.  On top of that, Fraser noticed a huge lack of sign-ups in snowboarding lessons compared to skiing. The cultural stigma of snowboards and skyrocketing prices of gear and lift tickets helped fuel the idea of an economical and virtual way for him to make snowboarding more accessible to more people.  He came up with Watch and Ride, a series of virtual lessons from basic to advanced to teach every type of snowboarder new tricks, skills, and the science behind snowboarding to optimally enjoy their time on the mountain. The business has been growing steadily, as well as his skills in marketing, content-creating, and scale. If you have a love for an adventure sport and want to one day turn it into a career, give this episode a listen! You’re bound to learn something from Fraser’s story.  Fraser is offering Adventure Sports Podcast listeners 50% off memberships with the code “adventuresports” at www.watchandride.com! Instagram - @watchandride www.facebook.com/watchandride www.twitter.com/watchandride   Photo credit here Athletic Brewing Company is a pioneer in craft non-alcoholic beer. They make great-tasting beer for the healthy, active, modern adult. Athletic uses certified all-organic grains and only 50-70 calories a can. With IPA, Golden Ale, stouts, and tons of seasonal style offerings. Save 15% by using ADVENTURE at athleticbrewing.com @athleticbrewing ASP is also sponsored by CS Instant Coffee. CS Instant Coffee is 100% Arabica Instant Coffee. Their compostable packaging provides guilt-free convenience that is perfect for the trail, office, and fitness.  Visit csinstant.coffee and use promo code 'Adventure' for 20% off at csinstant.coffee @c.s.coffee If you're in need of some personalized advice before buying your gear, go to backpacktribe.com. You're not only able to purchase the gear you need on their website but talk with someone with the experience and know-how. They also offer gear bundles and free shipping. @backpacktribal Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
September 5, 2019
Originally Published April 9, 2018 A few years back, Yvette Aguayo accidentally happened upon a glider ride opportunity on her birthday. She quickly discovered that she didn't actually have the money to go up for her first ride, but she was fortunate enough to have the instructor offer her a free ride anyway. It was this serendipitous day that ignited her passion for flight. Yvette was immediately hooked on flight and her love eventually lead her to work towards her private pilot's license as well as to discover a new passion for hang gliding. Today's show chronicles the things she experienced along the path to discovering human flight. Listen along and be inspired to get out there and have some fun! Instagram: yvettemaguayo Facebook: www.facebook.com/yvette.aguayo.5 Sonora Wings: www.sonorawings.com Athletic Brewing Company is a pioneer in craft non-alcoholic beer. They make great-tasting beer for the healthy, active, modern adult. Athletic uses certified all-organic grains and only 50-70 calories a can. With IPA, Golden Ale, stouts, and tons of seasonal style offerings. Save 15% by using ADVENTURE at athleticbrewing.com @athleticbrewing ASP is also sponsored by CS Instant Coffee. CS Instant Coffee is 100% Arabica Instant Coffee. Their compostable packaging provides guilt-free convenience that is perfect for the trail, office, and fitness.  Visit csinstant.coffee and use promo code 'Adventure' for 20% off at csinstant.coffee @c.s.coffee If you're in need of some personalized advice before buying your gear, go to backpacktribe.com. You're not only able to purchase the gear you need on their website but talk with someone with the experience and know-how. They also offer gear bundles and free shipping. @backpacktribal Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
September 2, 2019
Patrick and Michael have been living with Type 1 Diabetes for most of their lives. Feeling a bit isolated and hesitant as children to venture too far away from available insulin or glucose monitoring tools, they individually pursuit adventurous lives before coming together to show the world anything is possible with T1D through their latest adventure, Project 50-IN-50 They climbed the 50 highpoints of each U.S. state and finished in 49 days – making them the first people with Type 1 diabetes to complete this achievement and joining an elite group of fewer than five people to do so the fastest in the world. Over the course of the 2019 summer, the team road-tripped over 17,000 miles to hike, run, climb and ski through 315 miles of trails. Patrick is the first person with T1D to successfully summit the highest peak in each of the 50 states. Michael experienced an emergency Life Flight off of Granite Peak in Montana and had to miss out on a handful of the peaks. Thankfully, he’s made a full recovery. After loads of tears and challenges along the way, Patrick and Michael persevered to complete their challenge. Project 50-IN-50 is an initiative of The Diabetes Family Connection, a North Carolina based 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation. In addition to achieving a new milestone in mountaineering, Michael and Patrick have grown local and global communities of people with diabetes inspired to get outside and enjoy the outdoors. www.project50in50.org Instagram: @project50in50 Facebook: @project50in50 www.thedfc.org Their upcoming events: project50in50.org/speaking Photo credit here Athletic Brewing Company is a pioneer in craft non-alcoholic beer. They make great-tasting beer for the healthy, active, modern adult. Athletic uses certified all-organic grains and only 50-70 calories a can. With IPA, Golden Ale, stouts, and tons of seasonal style offerings. Save 15% by using ADVENTURE at athleticbrewing.com @athleticbrewing ASP is also sponsored by CS Instant Coffee. CS Instant Coffee is 100% Arabica Instant Coffee. Their compostable packaging provides guilt-free convenience that is perfect for the trail, office, and fitness.  Visit csinstant.coffee and use promo code 'Adventure' for 20% off at csinstant.coffee @c.s.coffee If you're in need of some personalized advice before buying your gear, go to backpacktribe.com. You're not only able to purchase the gear you need on their website but talk with someone with the experience and know-how. They also offer gear bundles and free shipping. @backpacktribal Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
August 30, 2019
Jordon has a fascinating childhood jumping between the US, Ecuador, and Canada, which instilled a thirst for faraway destinations and adventure. Join us today to hear the story of a seemingly normal guy having the adventures of a lifetime between work and family.  Instagram: @jwolfram Athletic Brewing Company is a pioneer in craft non-alcoholic beer. They make great-tasting beer for the healthy, active, modern adult. Athletic uses certified all-organic grains and only 50-70 calories a can. With IPA, Golden Ale, stouts, and tons of seasonal style offerings. Save 15% by using ADVENTURE at athleticbrewing.com @athleticbrewing ASP is also sponsored by CS Instant Coffee. CS Instant Coffee is 100% Arabica Instant Coffee. Their compostable packaging provides guilt-free convenience that is perfect for the trail, office, and fitness.  Visit csinstant.coffee and use promo code 'Adventure' for 20% off at csinstant.coffee @c.s.coffee If you're in need of some personalized advice before buying your gear, go to backpacktribe.com. You're not only able to purchase the gear you need on their website but talk with someone with the experience and know-how. They also offer gear bundles and free shipping. @backpacktribal Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
August 29, 2019
Originally Published February 15, 2018 Some of are introduced to adventure sports shortly after figuring out how to walk. Some of us found ourselves eyeballs deep in our adventure passions as teenagers and, for others, it takes until their forties or later to discover the pure enjoyment we have all come to know and love no matter what age we were when it happened. And that is a great thing. It's not crucial that we all see the light so early in life. What is important is that we eventually find ourselves living and dreaming as adventurers. Scott Newman spends time with Curt re-living his discovery and a new passion for hiking and backpacking on today's show. Can you relate to Scott's story? If so, we would love to hear your story! www.svencansee.com Facebook: @SvenCanSee Twitter: @svencansee Instagram: @svencansee Athletic Brewing Company is a pioneer in craft non-alcoholic beer. They make great-tasting beer for the healthy, active, modern adult. Athletic uses certified all-organic grains and only 50-70 calories a can. With IPA, Golden Ale, stouts, and tons of seasonal style offerings. Save 15% by using ADVENTURE at athleticbrewing.com @athleticbrewing ASP is also sponsored by CS Instant Coffee. CS Instant Coffee is 100% Arabica Instant Coffee. Their compostable packaging provides guilt-free convenience that is perfect for the trail, office, and fitness.  Visit csinstant.coffee and use promo code 'Adventure' for 20% off at csinstant.coffee @c.s.coffee If you're in need of some personalized advice before buying your gear, go to backpacktribe.com. You're not only able to purchase the gear you need on their website but talk with someone with the experience and know-how. They also offer gear bundles and free shipping. @backpacktribal Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
August 26, 2019
From boredofborders.com:  "Karlis is an ex project manager in the field of waste management who at the age of 28 realized that visiting mountains only a couple of times a year just won’t do, so he left his job and started a life of adventures and freedom, spreading the addiction and attracting others to BoB as well. Every adventure has a different team, but all of BoB team members have one thing in common - urge to get moving and true love for adventures. In 2013, Karlis crossed Europe from North Cape to Gibraltar on Nordic skates in 60 days covering more than 6150 kilometers and setting a new Guinness Record - The longest ride on inline-skates. (The Guinness guys have not acknowledged this yet, but who cares - we know it’s true.) From the end of January till mid-February 2014, Karlis and three other cycling enthusiasts traveled from Riga to Sochi by bicycle realizing a 2840 kilometers long wintery ride and reaching the capital of the Winter Olympic Games of 2014 in 17 days." He's currently making his way to mainland Asia via rowboat across the Pacific Ocean. Today, he joins us from Papua New Guinea.  Enjoy! www.bordofborders.com   Facebook: Bored of Borders Instagram: @boredofborders Touched by the Ocean https://vimeo.com/ondemand/okeanasavilnotie   Athletic Brewing Company is a pioneer in craft non-alcoholic beer. They make great-tasting beer for the healthy, active, modern adult. Athletic uses certified all-organic grains and only 50-70 calories a can. With IPA, Golden Ale, stouts, and tons of seasonal style offerings. Save 15% by using ADVENTURE at athleticbrewing.com @athleticbrewing ASP is also sponsored by CS Instant Coffee. CS Instant Coffee is 100% Arabica Instant Coffee. Their compostable packaging provides guilt-free convenience that is perfect for the trail, office, and fitness.  Visit csinstant.coffee and use promo code 'Adventure' for 20% off at csinstant.coffee @c.s.coffee If you're in need of some personalized advice before buying your gear, go to backpacktribe.com. You're not only able to purchase the gear you need on their website but talk with someone with the experience and know-how. They also offer gear bundles and free shipping. @backpacktribal Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com  
August 23, 2019
When Angela was ready for a new chapter in life, she wanted to go big. The PCT, AT, or other thru-hiking trails weren’t enough. She “wanted the world”. With nothing but a wheeled cart and her imagination, she set off on what is truly the adventure of a lifetime, a 5-year walk around the world.  She recently crossed 20,000 miles and is back in the US, on her way home to Bend, Oregon. Also, her 72-year young mother is currently keeping her company via bicycle. Angela is also walking with a purpose to raise $20,000 to build a safe shelter for girls saved from gender violence and sex-trafficking in India.  www.shewalkstheearth.com Instagram: @angelamariemaxwell  Her TED Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Al5e-pKlEss Photo credit here Athletic Brewing Company is a pioneer in craft non-alcoholic beer. They make great-tasting beer for the healthy, active, modern adult. Athletic uses certified all-organic grains and only 50-70 calories a can. With IPA, Golden Ale, stouts, and tons of seasonal style offerings. Save 15% by using ADVENTURE at athleticbrewing.com @athleticbrewing ASP is also sponsored by CS Instant Coffee. CS Instant Coffee is 100% Arabica Instant Coffee. Their compostable packaging provides guilt-free convenience that is perfect for the trail, office, and fitness.  Visit csinstant.coffee and use promo code 'Adventure' for 20% off at csinstant.coffee @c.s.coffee If you're in need of some personalized advice before buying your gear, go to backpacktribe.com. You're not only able to purchase the gear you need on their website but talk with someone with the experience and know-how. They also offer gear bundles and free shipping. @backpacktribal Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
August 22, 2019
In 1992 Eric Hougen started making motorcycle luggage in his spare bedroom in the Colorado mountains. Little did he know, that company would grow to sell motorcycle gear all over the world.  Today his Wolfman Motorcycle Luggage sells their gear at more than 150 motorcycle dealers across the U.S., Australia, Europe, across Asia, Canada, Mexico, Chile, etc.  Do you have an idea to create something you're passionate about? Maybe you'll learn something for your own journey on today's episode.  www.wolfmanluggage.com Instagram: @WolfmanLuggage Twitter: @WolfmanLuggage Facebook: @WolfmanLuggage Photo credit here Athletic Brewing Company is a pioneer in craft non-alcoholic beer. They make great-tasting beer for the healthy, active, modern adult. Athletic uses certified all-organic grains and only 50-70 calories a can. With IPA, Golden Ale, stouts, and tons of seasonal style offerings. Save 15% by using ADVENTURE at athleticbrewing.com @athleticbrewing ASP is also sponsored by CS Instant Coffee. CS Instant Coffee is 100% Arabica Instant Coffee. Their compostable packaging provides guilt-free convenience that is perfect for the trail, office, and fitness.  Visit csinstant.coffee and use promo code 'Adventure' for 20% off at csinstant.coffee @c.s.coffee If you're in need of some personalized advice before buying your gear, go to backpacktribe.com. You're not only able to purchase the gear you need on their website but talk with someone with the experience and know-how. They also offer gear bundles and free shipping. @backpacktribal Support the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast Call and leave us a voicemail at 812-MAIL-POD or 812-624-5763 or send an email to info@adventuresportspodcast.com
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