MTB TRIBE - Your Trail Map to the World of Mountain Biking
A wilderness podcast from: Gareth Beckett
Creators: Gareth Beckett (Host) (edit)
Welcome to the MTB TRIBE Podcast, aimed at you- the mountain biker. If you are a beginner or advanced rider, male or female, racer, cruiser or just like the lifestyle, then the MTB TRIBE Podcast is for you. Our aim is to talk to the best people in the industry and to delve into their minds in order to provide you with a unique take on the world of mountain biking. We’ll be bringing you fresh insights into the industry by examining the sport literally from the ground up- from the trails and the tech, to the tribe of riders who make this such an awesome sport to be involved in. This podcast contains something for everyone, covering skills, products, fitness, travel and a lot more. What’s more, we want you to get involved and become part of the MTB TRIBE- after all without you there would be no MTB industry. Subscribe, download the podcast or visit our website www.mtb-tribe.com and get involved. Let us know what you love (and hate!) about mountain biking and what you want us to discuss. Riding together to make things better.
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