PedalShift Podcast Episode: Cycling Tips and Tricks

October 16, 2018

I had the please of speaking with Tim on his PedalShift Podcast recently. We had a chance to talk about all kinds of stuff, even Poutine. It was fun to share some hacks and tricks for reducing weight, cooking with a stove, keytosis and all kinds of stuff. Our part of the episode starts at 6:17 or so. Enjoy.


In the podcast, we talked about a handlebar hack to reroute shifter cables so you can install a handlebar bag. Here's a quick video showing how that works.

Reroute bicycle shifter cables to make room for handlebar bag






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