General

How to “Love Where You Ride!”

Does this mean smile and be happy and listen to some tunes as you ride? Or is it something else? Something bigger than just self? Not I, but we?In today’s episode, we talk with Kait Boyle, who is the Co-Founder of Bikepacking Roots and the creator of the Love Where You Ride campaign. The campaign is an opportunity for backcountry cyclists to learn about their impact on the outdoors and how to minimize it. Bikepacking Roots partnered with the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics to create the Love Where You Ride campaign.

The Balance of Recreation and Conservation

In this podcast, we discuss the balance of conservation and recreation, and what recreational enthusiasts can do to protect the lands that are important to them. Joining us is John Sterling who severed for 17 years as the Executive Director of the Conservation Alliance. Prior to that, he was the Director of Environmental Programs at Patagonia.

Wildlife Encounters – What To Do When You Feel Threatened

What happens if I encounter wildlife and I feel scared or threatened? This is a compilation of two interviews, one with Amy Stuart, who worked for the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife for 30 years, and another conversation with Lauri Turner and Brock McCormick who are both Wildlife Biologists with the Deschutes National Forest.

Wildlife Impact Part 2

We continue our discussion on the impact we have as cyclists have on wildlife and our surroundings. Joining us are Lauri Turner and Brock McCormick who are both Wildlife Biologists with the Deschutes National Forest.

Wildlife Impact Part 1

As a cyclist, I usually think I don’t have much of an impact on my natural surroundings when I ride. I’m on a bike, it’s not motorized, it’s fairly quiet. Join our conversation as we learn about the impact we as cyclists have on wildlife and how we can mitigate this impact. Our guest today is Amy Stuart who has worked for the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife for 30 years.