This episode we talk about bike touring music. It’s such a personal thing, music… but we thought we’d take the time to chat about musical tastes, its role in our bike tours, and then build a cool Spotify playlist for your next tour, or to inspire you to build a new one for yourself.
This special mega-sized pod features our friends from the Land of Sunshine and Bunnies™️, Brock Dittus and Aaron Flores of The Sprocket Podcast.
Have some bike touring or overnight stories to share? Send your pics, audio or a quick tweet – all welcome. Email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the lightly-used Pedalshift voicemail line at (202) 930-1109.
Yes, we still have a new logo. Nobody’s mentioned anything, which worries me. But then again, I’m 90% sure nobody reads this part of the shownotes so there’s that.
Be sure to listen to The Sprocket Podcast 286 for part one of our hijinks. Then, come back fed and hydrated because this is a long one. Since this show is of unusual length, here’s the chapter breakdown:
00:06:21 Brock’s musical preferences
00:14:52 Aaron’s musical preferences
00:24:35 Tim’s music preferences
00:42:44 How we use music with bike touring
00:45:21 Do you like Metal?
00:51:38 Building the Pedalshift/Sprocket Podcast Playlist
The Pedalshift Project theme is America courtesy of Jason Kent off his self-titled solo album. Check out his band Sunfields‘ album, Habitat, wherever cool music resides. I heard Jason’s new album in January and it is AWESOME. More info when that drops this spring!