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Podcast: Stories from a 600-km winter fat bike ride in Northern Ontario, Svein Tuft: from bike bum to the WorldTour

The four riders of the James Bay Descent project tell their tales from out on the trail. The country’s favourite hardman speaks about the evolution of his long road cycling career

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The James Bay Descent crew, Buck Miller, Ryan Atkins, Ted King and Eric Batty, recorded their adventure in Northern Ontario. Listen to scenes from their journey from Attawapiskat First Nation to Moosonee, before they went on to Smooth Rock Falls, a trip of about 600 km on fully loaded fat bikes in winter.

To hear more about the trip, listen back to the James Bay Descent preview in Episode 9.

For Full Send/No Send, Dan Walker and Matthew Pioro talk about virtual championships jerseys, if it’s OK to like Astana and the track cycling world championships.

Coburn and Doug Brown speak about the lessons they learned doing a cross-Canada tandem bike trip. The tandem can challenge any relationship, but the pair persevered. Their stories combine with tips and advice for anyone planning a big two-wheeled adventure.

Svein Tuft, the Canadian champion who is riding for Rally UHC Cycling this season, looks back on his long road cycling career and how the sport has changed. As interviewer Molly Hurford says, “You’re just an OG bike bum.”

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Podcast artwork by Maxine Gravina

The Canadian Cycling Magazine Podcast thanks the Ontario Media Development Corp. for its support.

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