It just seems par for the course lately for me to be posting about the podcast a few days after it’s live, so make sure you follow/subscribe to the YouTube Channel and/or the audio only version on your favorite podcast platform (check the growing list out after the jump).
Anyway, this was my second time using Skype as an interview and the first time it worked well enough for me to post it, although the results can (and will) be better in the future. Anyway, most of you probably know Brad as @shins_are_beat on Instagram. Although we’ve never met in-person, this felt more like a casual hang-out than an interview. We may try to get a more formal interview set up soon, but I think you’ll feel like you know him regardless after listening to this one.
I’d also like to get a live-stream going at some point and will be doing that on our Mixer channel, so hit that with a follow too.
There’s lots of good content after the jump and also some links to check out the podcast on various other platforms as fits your lifestyle, as referenced above! Continue reading “Brad Barker: GrindWorks Podcast 033”
This podcast has been live for a day now and I’m just now getting around to posting the formal announcement. At any rate, some of you who already subscribe to the YouTube Channel or the audio version on spotify, apple podcasts, google podcasts, etc. (see the end of this post) may have already tuned in. If you’re not currently a subscriber, go subscribe now!
Now the important part, Sam Weber. Sam is a farmer from Upstate, NY with a passion for BMX. He travels, attends events, and rides when possible. Chances are, you’ve seen him around and possibly even chatted with him before. He’s an interesting guy with a lot to talk about.
The first half of this episode is mostly BMX focused and transitions to farming for the second half, which is a very interesting discussion. Towards the end, Sam starts getting into conspiracy theories, but due to some time crunches, we had to cut that one off and plan on a round 2. If you can’t wait, maybe you’ll have to catch Sam at an upcoming event, such as Swampfest, and ask him yourself.
Without further adieu, Sam Weber:
There’s lots of good content after the jump and also some links to check out the podcast on various other platforms as fits your lifestyle, as referenced above! Continue reading “Sam Weber: GrindWorks BMX Podcast 032”
Tom Beckman has been on the show before, on the No Worries Crew Podcast (Episode 022), but he was pretty sick and didn’t really get to talk much. This time around is different and he’s substantially more alive and mildly more entertaining. We chat a little about the most recent No Worries Crew project, #betterlate, and then focus more on Tom and his photography as Tom Beckman Photo.
There’s lots of good content after the jump and also some links to check out the podcast on various other platforms as fits your lifestyle, including a new one! Continue reading “Tom Beckman: GrindWorks BMX Podcast 031”
In case you haven’t heard the news yet, FBM has closed it’s machine shop and left long-time welder, John Corts, on his own to either move onto other things, or start his own brand. With close to 20 years of frame-building experience, it’s not surprising that he is starting his own brand, simply dubbed ‘Work’.
John doesn’t get into a lot of details about the separation with FBM, so if you’re looking for drama, look elsewhere; but if you want to know what’s next for one of the best frame builders in the industry, click play and go follow what he’s up to at @jcortsmetalworks on Instagram. Also, check back for his website link as that goes live soon!
Some links to check out the podcast on various other platforms as fits your lifestyle can be found after the jump! Continue reading “Work Frames – A New BMX Company with John Corts: GrindWorks BMX Podcast 030”
The Winter Welcome Jam is a pretty big deal in the Pittsburgh BMX scene, so I (AV) sat down with Mike and Mark Potoczny to discuss this year’s upcoming event. The 2020 Winter Welcome Jam is on January 18 at The Wheel Mill in Pittsburgh, PA.
Episode 029.1 is the condensed discussion, to highlight the jam details. The full episode 029, the event flyer, and a link to the event listing is after the jump. Continue reading “GrindWorks Podcast 029: 2020 Winter Welcome Jam”
It looks like I completely forgot to post this one up after I uploaded it. So, here you go! Hung out with Brant Moore on a live stream on the new setup a little while back. Give a quick listen if you haven’t already!
More after the jump! Continue reading “GrindWorks Podcast 028: New Setup”
If you don’t know the name yet, make sure you check out the man on Instagram at @dewdropdrizzle. This cut is (I believe) a 3 hour session turned into a short edit. Its pretty raw, but that’s what we like anyway, right?
This episode of the GrindWorks podcast is with Kevin Czuba, or @misckevin for most of you. Kevin is a mid-school bmx collector and has a creative outlook on riding bikes akin to that era. Give this one a listen and go drop him a follow on Instagram.
More after the jump! Continue reading “GrindWorks Podcast 027: Kevin Czuba”
I forgot to post this one up here on the site, so here is the 26th episode of the GrindWorks Podcast with Sam Schrage. This was recorded using the Anchor app from cross-country. It sounds a little “phone-call like”, but it essentially was.
This episode is the first one to really have a title along with the interview. Here is “What Really Grinds My Gears”
More after the jump! Continue reading “GrindWorks Podcast 026”
We’ve fallen way behind on these episodes, but this episode was recorded immediately after episode 024 as a recap of the shows so far. This has been about 2 months since recording, and you can expect some time between now and the next episode.
Anyway, enjoy this one!
More after the jump! Continue reading “GrindWorks Podcast 025”