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Out of the Saddle Podcast

Jarrad Schwark

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Jarrad Schwark, a recreational cyclist living in Sydney, Australia talks to people in and around cycling about their lives, issues in cycling and anything else of interest.

Latest Episodes

010 - Riding Indoors with Shane Miller

Discussing everything indoor cycling with Australia's most prolific indoor cyclist, Shane Miller.

35 MIN2017 MAY 25
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010 - Riding Indoors with Shane Miller

009 - Paris Roubaix Challenge 2017 - Conquering the Cobbles

Join me as I prepare for and take on the 'Hell of the North' the cobbles of Roubaix. I share my experience and chat to a couple colourful characters along the way.

29 MIN2017 APR 9
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009 - Paris Roubaix Challenge 2017 - Conquering the Cobbles

008 - Bike Packing - Learning it on the Road

With all the buzz around the Indian Pacific Wheel Race (18 March) I thought to myself, how far could I ride? With a set of fortuitouscircumstances at work, I was able to set off on an impromptuthree-day journeyto see for myself. Day 1: Sydney to Newcastle Day 2: Newcastle to Windsor via Wiseman's Ferry Day 3: Windsor to Sydney via Blackheath Listen in to hear how I went.

59 MIN2017 FEB 22
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008 - Bike Packing - Learning it on the Road

007 - Cadel Evans Road Race People's Ride

The Cadel Evans Road Race could be the most beautiful 111km ride ever! The ride forms part of the now UCI World Tour Cadel Evan Road Race and is a great way to spend a weekend. Listen to the podcast for all the details. Oh! And I saw Chris Froome.

22 MIN2017 JAN 29
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007 - Cadel Evans Road Race People's Ride

006 - Tiffany Cromwell - 2017 and beyond

Tiffany Cromwell is a real success story of Australian Cycling.She's grabbed every opportunity with both hands and made the most of it. Now based in southern France and riding with Canyon SRAM, Tiffany has her eye firmly on winning the 2017 World Championships in Norway and has already begun training hard. I caught up with Tiffany in her home town of Adelaide to discuss her career so far and what the future holds

37 MIN2017 JAN 1
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006 - Tiffany Cromwell - 2017 and beyond

005 - Julie-Anne Hazlett - Winning the Race Across America (RAAM)

Ifyou think you've done a long bike ride, think again. Julie-Anne was one of the Veloroos, a team of four extraordinary Australian women who not only finished, but actually won the Race Across America (RAAM). RAAM is a near-on 5,000 km race from one side of the USA to the other, Julie-Anne talks to us about the experience.

33 MIN2016 NOV 23
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005 - Julie-Anne Hazlett - Winning the Race Across America (RAAM)

004 - Dan Bonello - The Body Mechanic Part 2: The Mechanic

We're back under the Sydney Harbour Bridge for part two of my conversation with The Body Mechanic. In the last episode we heard from the body, now it's time to hear from the mechanic. Dan Bonello is not only an experienced bike mechanic, he's also an UCI Asia Tour and Australian National Road Series rider. We spoke about how he got in to racing, the Australian racing scene, how he juggles work and training and also the current trends in bikes and bike parts....

27 MIN2016 NOV 17
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004 - Dan Bonello - The Body Mechanic Part 2: The Mechanic

003 - Mark Green - The Body Mechanic Part 1: The Body

This is the first of two part episode where host Jarrad Schwark talks to the people behind the Body Mechanic, a boutique bike fitters and workshop underneath the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Part One covers The Body with owner Mark Green talks everything from injuries to bike fitting and why they're important.

22 MIN2016 NOV 9
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003 - Mark Green - The Body Mechanic Part 1: The Body

002 - Fitz's Challenge 2016 - Australia's toughest cycling event?

In this episode we're on the road to Canberra for what could be Australia's toughest mass participation cycling event,Fitz's Challenge. The event is run by Pedal Power ACT and wehear from their Executive Officer John Armstrong about the history of the event and what it takes to complete it. I also participated in the 255km event so listen in to learn how I got on....

26 MIN2016 OCT 31
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002 - Fitz's Challenge 2016 - Australia's toughest cycling event?

001 - Douglas Kirkham, President of Dulwich Hill Bicycle Club

Douglas talks to host Jarrad Schwarkabout why he rides, why ridingis important, what its like being president of a bicycle club and what's next for Australian cycling.

30 MIN2016 OCT 22
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001 - Douglas Kirkham, President of Dulwich Hill Bicycle Club
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Latest Episodes

010 - Riding Indoors with Shane Miller

Discussing everything indoor cycling with Australia's most prolific indoor cyclist, Shane Miller.

35 MIN2017 MAY 25
Comments
010 - Riding Indoors with Shane Miller

009 - Paris Roubaix Challenge 2017 - Conquering the Cobbles

Join me as I prepare for and take on the 'Hell of the North' the cobbles of Roubaix. I share my experience and chat to a couple colourful characters along the way.

29 MIN2017 APR 9
Comments
009 - Paris Roubaix Challenge 2017 - Conquering the Cobbles

008 - Bike Packing - Learning it on the Road

With all the buzz around the Indian Pacific Wheel Race (18 March) I thought to myself, how far could I ride? With a set of fortuitouscircumstances at work, I was able to set off on an impromptuthree-day journeyto see for myself. Day 1: Sydney to Newcastle Day 2: Newcastle to Windsor via Wiseman's Ferry Day 3: Windsor to Sydney via Blackheath Listen in to hear how I went.

59 MIN2017 FEB 22
Comments
008 - Bike Packing - Learning it on the Road

007 - Cadel Evans Road Race People's Ride

The Cadel Evans Road Race could be the most beautiful 111km ride ever! The ride forms part of the now UCI World Tour Cadel Evan Road Race and is a great way to spend a weekend. Listen to the podcast for all the details. Oh! And I saw Chris Froome.

22 MIN2017 JAN 29
Comments
007 - Cadel Evans Road Race People's Ride

006 - Tiffany Cromwell - 2017 and beyond

Tiffany Cromwell is a real success story of Australian Cycling.She's grabbed every opportunity with both hands and made the most of it. Now based in southern France and riding with Canyon SRAM, Tiffany has her eye firmly on winning the 2017 World Championships in Norway and has already begun training hard. I caught up with Tiffany in her home town of Adelaide to discuss her career so far and what the future holds

37 MIN2017 JAN 1
Comments
006 - Tiffany Cromwell - 2017 and beyond

005 - Julie-Anne Hazlett - Winning the Race Across America (RAAM)

Ifyou think you've done a long bike ride, think again. Julie-Anne was one of the Veloroos, a team of four extraordinary Australian women who not only finished, but actually won the Race Across America (RAAM). RAAM is a near-on 5,000 km race from one side of the USA to the other, Julie-Anne talks to us about the experience.

33 MIN2016 NOV 23
Comments
005 - Julie-Anne Hazlett - Winning the Race Across America (RAAM)

004 - Dan Bonello - The Body Mechanic Part 2: The Mechanic

We're back under the Sydney Harbour Bridge for part two of my conversation with The Body Mechanic. In the last episode we heard from the body, now it's time to hear from the mechanic. Dan Bonello is not only an experienced bike mechanic, he's also an UCI Asia Tour and Australian National Road Series rider. We spoke about how he got in to racing, the Australian racing scene, how he juggles work and training and also the current trends in bikes and bike parts....

27 MIN2016 NOV 17
Comments
004 - Dan Bonello - The Body Mechanic Part 2: The Mechanic

003 - Mark Green - The Body Mechanic Part 1: The Body

This is the first of two part episode where host Jarrad Schwark talks to the people behind the Body Mechanic, a boutique bike fitters and workshop underneath the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Part One covers The Body with owner Mark Green talks everything from injuries to bike fitting and why they're important.

22 MIN2016 NOV 9
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003 - Mark Green - The Body Mechanic Part 1: The Body

002 - Fitz's Challenge 2016 - Australia's toughest cycling event?

In this episode we're on the road to Canberra for what could be Australia's toughest mass participation cycling event,Fitz's Challenge. The event is run by Pedal Power ACT and wehear from their Executive Officer John Armstrong about the history of the event and what it takes to complete it. I also participated in the 255km event so listen in to learn how I got on....

26 MIN2016 OCT 31
Comments
002 - Fitz's Challenge 2016 - Australia's toughest cycling event?

001 - Douglas Kirkham, President of Dulwich Hill Bicycle Club

Douglas talks to host Jarrad Schwarkabout why he rides, why ridingis important, what its like being president of a bicycle club and what's next for Australian cycling.

30 MIN2016 OCT 22
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001 - Douglas Kirkham, President of Dulwich Hill Bicycle Club
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