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Tim Mooney
The Pedalshift Project
Bicycle Touring Podcast
The Pedalshift Project is a series of conversations, thoughts, and experiments around the bike touring lifestyle. It's the companion show to Pedalshift.net, bringing stories from the road, interviews from fellow bike tourists, plus tips, tricks and ideas on how to tour more. Let's shrink the world by bike.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 150 ratings
This podcast can inspire you...
I have to say I didn’t know what to make of his podcast at first but I realized he’s great at narrating his tours and telling the story. If you a chance to hear the one about biking with pugs. It was one of the better segments and the oompah music complimented the story well. Occasionally it can...Read full review »
kolhausen via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/01/20
Enough
The podcast is great, but please, please, Please stop repeating the list of your contributors. When I’m not driving, I fast forward when the recitation starts. When I can’t do that, I find it more and more annoying. Give them extra content if you want, but don’t ask me to listen to their names.
sjcsjc via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/18/19
Best touring podcast ever
Tim love the show. You inspired me to take my first tour. It may have been a bit much, as I quickly learned a loaded bike tax’s you way quicker then your daily ride. Thanks for what you do. P.S. my sub 24 was 80 miles each way :/
Daisy poopoo via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/09/19
Recent Episodes
In the summer of 2016, with one more big(ish) bike tour in my sights, it was prep time for an Oregon coast ride plus an extended bit of gear talk… what do I look for in the perfect bike touring tires and tents? Originally podcast July 21, 2016.
Published 07/02/20
Continuing my western C&O loop adventure! On Day 2, I left the unique confines of Potomac Forks campground and looked to resupply in Cumberland and loop back. But would Cumberland offer me what I needed and would I get distracted from completing a full loop from where I began my day?
Published 06/25/20
Everyone's universe has shrunk a lot since the beginning of the pandemic, and nowhere has it hit home more for me than bicycle touring. I'm fortunate enough to have one of the country's crown jewel routes right around where I live. This time, I rolled out into the wilderness of the western third,...
Published 06/18/20
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