So here is the big question. How do we live a life full of adventures, travel, and memories on your terms without being a millionaire, without previous experience and without unlimited amounts of time? That is the big question and this podcast will give you the answers. We're your cohost Tayson Whittaker and Dave Kime and your listening to the Live Ultralight Podcast powered by Outdoor Vitals!
By Outdoor Vitals
Stewart-Haas Radio is the official podcast of Stewart-Haas Racing. Hosted by Mike "Nook" McCarville, this podcast aims to keep you up to date with all that is happening around the shop, at the tracks, and behind the scenes each week. As for guests, we will be spending time with those who are well-known, those who are on the rise, and those you may not have heard of yet. We hope that we are able to embark on an entertaining and informative journey for you the listener. If you have a suggestion or question for the show, drop us a line at SHradio@stewarthaasracing.com.
By Stewart-Haas Racing
Ted Nugent and Tim Wells present a podcast that has no boundaries. With many great guests appearing from politicians, hunters, blue-collar workers, celebrities, etc. We will cover what others are scared to talk about. At no point is there a winner or loser, we are just here to learn through a range of perspectives, opinions, statistics, and facts. All talks are to be civil, respectful, full of energy, educational, and most honest. Let's learn while having a blast together!
The Outspoken Cyclist is hosted by Diane Jenks, a bike shop owner and yoga instructor with over 35 years experience in the bicycle industry. Each week's episode features interviews with notable figures in cycling, plus cycling news and banter.
By Diane Jenks - Bicycling Enthusiast
The Gravel Ride is a cycling podcast where we discuss the people, places and products that define modern gravel cycling. We will be interviewing athletes, course designers and product designers who are influencing the sport. We will be providing information on where to ride, what to ride and how to stay stoked on gravel riding.
By Craig Dalton
Childhood is finite at just shy of 9.5 million minutes. We only get one shot at it. One of the biggest decisions we make is how we will use that time. Research has confirmed time and time again that what children are naturally and unabashedly drawn to, unrestricted outside play, contributes extensively to every area of childhood development. The importance here cannot be understated. Every year we aim to match nature time with the average amount of American kid screen time (which is currently 1200 hours per year). Have a goal. Track your time outside. Take back childhood. Inspire others.
By Virginia Yurich