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"pella tanya" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast

53/39 Cycling Podcast

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"pella tanya" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast

"Want hot. Rod stance fairly notice it like you could easily walk by not realize that it was like a different bike and then i had another peak housing. Wait a minute. that's pretty cool. So i'm kind of interested in maybe building one os just because it's so did. Oh that'd be fun. It's kind of like they used to do that. With the t t bikes on the track with because they put the smaller wheel on the front. So you could tuck in closer behind the lead rider and that way you got more arrogance out of it. And then i. I'm pretty sure the uci banda. Maybe somebody needs to try. Reverse penny farthing for the hour record tiny front wheel really tiny front wheel and huge rear-wheel. I just i. I love penny farthings. I want them to come back. It's becoming obsessed with penny farthings and sweet dude. I mean they are. Were pella tanya that we told you about. Yesterday we congress. There was a guy that did the fifty mile ride on a penny farthing life these days because i was actually thinking about that when i was driving type bike. I wanted bill. I was like well. Maybe i should just make my own but the wheel would be too are defined it is a unicycle dot com currently out of stock As everything in the world while they're coming back but you can get fifty four inch Or like forty. Eight inch penny farthing. You don't have gear ratios and penny farthings. You have will. Yeah just spending six hundred dollars american dollars. Those are real dollars those while kind of sometimes it depends on what country you're converting of ours. Look nice but they're not worth as much yeah. We always used to go north of the border to the hockey shops. Because you could because the exchange rate growing up it was actually cheaper to buy your hockey equipment. They have They have twenty nine penny farthings which is kind of interesting is like a baby penny farthing looking for well..

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"pella tanya" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast

53/39 Cycling Podcast

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"pella tanya" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast

"The show. Welcome to fifty three thirty nine. This week he's going to be a little bit different. Because nick is on vacation and that means i can do whatever i want but i'm not going to do that because i have a weird sense of humor and have been accused of being extraordinarily boring however can give you a little update. We just got back from pella tanya and had an amazing time special thanks to the team pillow tanya for putting on an amazing event and raising over twelve million dollars for innovative cancer research. We can't wait to do it again. In twenty twenty two so instead of the usual banter between nick and myself. We're just going straight to the interview without further. Do let's welcome. Kim nichols to fifty three thirty nine. Welcome to fifty three thirty nine. A podcast about cycling. Or cyclists by non pros. Let's get to it. Welcome to.

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"pella tanya" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast

53/39 Cycling Podcast

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"pella tanya" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast

"February in had the best registration opening day ever had we felt like the energy was higher than it had ever been and then covert hit. You know if you remember back to march of twenty twenty. It's sort of went from okay. You can't have groups of more than one thousand. You can't have groups of more than five hundred await. you probably shouldn't have groups of more than fifty together. Yeah all right. Two weeks to flatten the curve. Remember that campaign to flatten the curve and so it was unclear like is this a short term long term thing and we. There is still hope that we could have a ride and we had started socializing the idea with some folks that there might not be ride like this might be a little more serious as we were talking to you know some of the scientists and researchers in our network and people are like no. He's definitely can still have a ride like no problem but what we did. We started working from home. We have sixteen people on our team soon. Be eighteen and probably the best sixteen people. you'll ever meet. I mean someone that you know can dedicate their career to coming to work a nonprofit before pella tanya in bring the level of skill that our team has unbelievable across the board and we had a team meeting in and we said. I don't think we're going to be able to have a ride. Let's break this the team in the four different groups working groups in like we did like almost like a shark tank like over two weeks of. What's all pitch our best ideas to each other about what we could do if we can't have a ride and it was like from the extreme expensive. We'd never be able to do it but it got sort of creative juices flowing to you know. Hey just send everybody a metal and and t shirt and call a day and it really allowed us to get to the spot where we realized we could pivot our campaign. We ended up pivoting two my pillow tanya because we kept hearing people say well. Hey if you guys don't have a ride. This year my pillow. Tanya is going to be insert blank rytas cincinnati. Palestinians is gonna be walking my dog every day the entire summer. You know whatever. And it's like this really started to click. It's like peleton is like not an event a palestinian part of people's lexicon from like this is what i'm doing to inspire my friends. My family my donor base to donate and for this cause and so we pitted the campaign and we launched a new website and we ended up having a virtual event one hour program the first friday august which are replaced our opening ceremony. And then that weekend a lot of people still went out and road and there's tons rides that weekend but it was cool. I mean we raise ten and a half million dollars It was one of the biggest fundraising organizations last year in the country and completely blue people because everyone thought we were dead in the water. Yeah and we were pushing. We were pushing. We wanted to get over. Ten million ten million zero really big milestone one millions of really big milestone for a nonprofit ten millions of really big milestone and we thought if we could be above ten you know that would be something to be really really proud of in our community came through and crushed it and sort of inspired a new phase of peleton for some people. I mean. there's a lot of people that you've for one reason or another. Don't love cycling but love running or they're always on family vacation palestinian weekend in those people realize that instead of just not signing up they could sign up on this virtual sort of do it yourself. Platform beyond their team. Huntington team brands whatever it is still have the camaraderie with their their coworkers..

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"pella tanya" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast

53/39 Cycling Podcast

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"pella tanya" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast

"Lives to teach other people how to safely cycle like to have those types of people in the community that you could you email mike and you can ask mike if can can you take me out for a ride. I would really like to learn how to ride in a group. He do it that night. Yeah and likes to have people so welcoming. That's what really perpetuates our community and keeps us moving forward. I think that's why there's kind of a strong tie between us and pella tanya because you know we started the podcast because one. We realized that last year there were so many new cyclists because of the pandemic and andrew both agreed that. There's no better way to learn how to cycle them. From a fellow cyclist. So we you know. We wanted to be a resource for for new cyclists. But also be a place that you know. I was actually surprised. The first episode we did We kind of did a segment on how to climb better and one of the girls that i ride with. Who's one of the best climbers. I know she's like i actually picked up a few things. Thanks i was like you smoke me up. Every how do you not as this whole episode of you yes. She was so surprised. But yeah i mean we. We're in the same boat. I mean we wanna we wanna make sure that people are welcoming psych or welcome to cycling and our find the passion for it that we have. 'cause i mean andrew night basically two giant cycling words just talk about it and recording. It apparently is entertaining enough. People want to listen and subscribe. Yeah it was interesting. The pandemic did amazing things recycling. And i know there's a huge shortage of bikes and all this stuff. And i was gonna say we're still experiencing a bit easy to get a bike but it was cool to see you know there. There's a couple of months there where it felt like the world stop. There was no cars on the road because everyone was working from home. It was amazing. It was great bike riding environment out cycling and it was cool to see it. There's something about cycling. That sort of gives you feeling of the community what it is like when you ride by cyclists you wave. It's almost like the like sort of make fun of the jeep wave. It is like like do the way. But it's like the same thing cycling like you dislike you see another cyclist happy to see. You're not a cyclist. Yeah well joe you you mentioned you. We mentioned earlier that the total in the thirteen years is now over. Two hundred and twenty three million but last year was a challenging time for the nonprofit world in in seemingly Tanya seem to do very well in that. can you explain you know. Talk to what you guys did to maintain that momentum through a very difficult time for the nonprofit world yet twenty twenty it was tough and it was disappointing. In a lot of ways you know absent of of just kovin in through the pandemic and everything but in january we had kicked off our annual campaign and then.

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"pella tanya" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast

53/39 Cycling Podcast

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"pella tanya" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast

"The link in the description for this podcast are other news. Is we've acquired quite a few more guests citing you. Yeah so not boring ones. That are going to help. Our audience go to sleep. Well there might be one or two of them you know it just makes the good guests actually appear even more entertaining so yeah it's it's been kind of a fun process reaching out to we've been we've been surprised at the response from some of them. It's one of those things that brings you back down to reality like. Oh there's just people to you know whenever we send out emails and then we give it a response back to people. You've never talked to and people who've never engage with them and it's fun seeing their engagement with creating the episodes. Yes should we. Should we plug the aug guest or we we have to so we already have one interview in the bag but then the other guy when she. I'll let you talk to. Yeah he's another youtube connection. That i've made has a very interesting story into doing what he's doing now which i will let him tell in the interview coming up in a couple of weeks now. Those listeners that have tuned in for the last few episodes of heard us talk about pella tanya and android are super excited to welcome our our next guest to the podcast. Joab has been newly named the president of peleton when we plugged it. A couple of weeks ago We said that he was the ceo but he is now within the past week named the president peleton. So you guys have heard me talk about my experience with peleton before android. I wanted to have somebody from the organization on and let's listen to that interview..

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"pella tanya" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast

53/39 Cycling Podcast

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"pella tanya" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast

"As we thought. I mean there's there's tweaking involved for. I made it uncomfortable briefly. But i've since remedy debt. We also found that are. Proportions are slightly different yes. It's very evident that i'm a little bit. Broader andrew was a swimmer with overly mobile shoulders. And i'm not. I think shoulder are actually similar with. But yeah it's it's your the mobility because you have a shoulder issue. Yeah and your that. You had the saddle all the way up either. Yeah i mean when we when we put the saddle a little bit further back it was there was way more room up there to stretch out and get a little bit more comfortable and may me. I did slam the stem briefly and and straighten it but i realized that that is One way ticket to quasimodo land. And so i decided to switch it back to positive twelve which is way more comfortable and with two two mil spaces underneath. Were back up to where we are. We're no longer role in the abe lincoln. As some on other notable media outlets for cycling may call it. A stovepipe oregon. I like to call it. The abe lincoln his. It looks like a top hat because it's a top hat. So that's that's kind of our big news but also nick has some other news. He'd like to share this year. We decided to get more involved in the cycling community. One of the ways we do that is through group. Rides and charity events. My first ride for pella. Tanya was in two thousand and nineteen and i knew it was going to be a part of something special as i drove into columbus and i saw all the pella tanya arrows in the messages on businesses churches and billboards coming into the city. The right itself was one of the most memorable experiences. I've had on a bike to date. The amount of support and cheering on from the side of the road was truly moving but the highlight of the ride was about halfway through my route..

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