Midwest Cycling Podcast Season 2 Episode 1: Michigander Scott Chambers, Curator of the Midwest Fat Bike Series.

Sometimes Life approaches you, and is like, "Dude, how's life? Just kidding. I know how it is. I AM Life. Anyway, you got a minute? 

And you're like, "Yeah, Life. Why? What's up?"

And then Life proceeds to tell you about some plans it has for you that you're not gonna like. And then you tell Life about your podcast, and Life goes, "Pfffft. Podcast?" 

Ok, don't worry everyone! Everything is fine! I just that I've been imagining this conversation between me and Life over the last couple months because I really want to get back to doing the podcast! And guess what? 

WE'RE BACK! And it's officially Season 2 of the Midwest Cycling Podcast! 

So with apologies to Scott Chambers for waiting until his Great Lakes Fat Bike Series was complete before posting his podcast, please allow us to introduce... 

Scott Chambers, curator of the Great Lakes Fat Bike Series, which is a series of fat bike races that criss-crosses the midwest over the course of our long, strange winters.

 

We mention this in the podcast, and I'll say it again here: Scott is a pro. It's a pleasure to listen to someone like him talk about his passion, and he does it with eloquence. Seriously. He made us feel like amateurs. Which is ok because that's what we are!

THE INTERVIEW

Scott said we didn't need a picture of him on this page, so I put a Yeti in here, and you'll just have to listen to the interview to understand why. 

Scott said we didn't need a picture of him on this page, so I put a Yeti in here, and you'll just have to listen to the interview to understand why. 

Scott lays down everything you'd ever want to know about the Great Lakes Fat Bike Series, and we even get to hear his personal story. Which, for us here at the MWCPod is kinda why we do this. Normally we'd say more here, but Scott does such a great job, you should finish reading this and go listen. 

LINKS FROM THE INTERVIEW

Thanks for listening everyone!

--Mark & Sean