In this episode of the Bike Tour Adventures podcast I sit down with Cameron and Glen, two adventurers that live and breath bikes. Both of these guys have been working at Brockton Cyclery in Toronto since it first opened and when not in the ‘office’ they can usually be found out riding, camping, and drinking...
In this episode of the Bike Tour Adventures Podcast, I have invited Louis-Philippe Landry onto the show to talk to us about overcoming our fears and how to maintain a positive mindset when things get tough. LP is a psychotherapist here in Canada, with a passion for working with people that lead an active lifestyle....
In this episode of the Bike Tour Adventures Podcast I really excited to introduce you to Heinz Stücke. For those of you that may not know who he is, I’m about to tell you. Starting in November of 1962 at the age of 22, Heinz rode out of his town on a 3-speed bicycle with...
In this episode of the Bike Tour Adventures I have the chance to speak with Liz Pomeroy, an Irish-Canadian artist that goes by the stage name 0Stella. The “0” in her name symbolizes her advocacy for zero-waste. When venue doors locked down in 2020 it got her thinking: I’m 0Stella. I stand for sustainability, zero...
I first had the pleasure of interviewing Victor in Episode 039 of the podcast. Victor had been on a bike tour to follow the footsteps of the famed philologist and orientalist Alexander Csoma de Koros, author of the first Tibetan-English dictionary and grammar book. Victor chose to use a bike to follow the route that...
In this episode of the Bike Tour Adventures podcast, Steve O’Shaughnessy and I sit down for a conversation on how we got into podcasting, what led us to bikepacking and how our passion for biking drives the development of our podcasts and ultimately, take us on amazing adventures. Steve has on multiple occasions ridden the...
In this episode of the Bike Tour Adventures podcast, I sit down with Ryan Van Duzer. Ryan, better known as Duzer, has been creating video for over 15 years now, having established himself as an adventurer that shows the highs and lows of any adventure he is on. From working in the Peace Corps, producing...
In this episode of the Bike Tour Adventures Podcast I have the chance to catch up with Antonio Libutti, an Italian cyclist that has spent the majority of the past 6 months on a bicycle adventure through Europe. Wanting to tour but finding it too hot during the Italian summer, Antonio decided to take a...
In this episode of the Bike Tour Adventures Podcast I talk with Trevor Browne. Growing up in Western Canada, Trevor was intrigued with the concept of bike touring from a very young age. Trevor spent a lot of time mountain biking the in Rockies, and even took jobs that would allow him to spend more...
In this episode of the Bike Tour Adventures Podcast, Matthew Kadey and I finally have the chance to record this long awaited interview. I first learned about Matt when I heard about the Butter Tart 700, more commonly known as the BT 700, the first long-distance bikepacking route in Ontario that featured a Grand Depart....