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David and Mikkel talk to Rob Gitelis, the owner of Factor Bikes and Black Inc. Wheels and Components. He is the don of performance carbon fibre in the world of cycling and we learn all about his journey and learn about what it takes to make the best bikes and components in the world.FACTOR BIKESBLACK INC COMPONENTSCHPT3 ARCHIVE 
David has started a 12 week challenge to get back in shape. He is on the search of his old time trial spirit and travels back in time to find it and bring it back to 2022zOn May the 14th 2022 he will pursue a 20 minute time trial to demonstrate what can be done if you train and prepare probably. On the journey he gets advice from experts from pro cycling, tech, health care, nutrition, psychology, bike design, aero dynamics to get an update on what has change since his last time trial in 2014. Mikkel and David meets every week to talk about the progress and invite an expert to give us insights on what the latest knowledge and tech is to beat your best.I this episode Mikkel and David speak to Christian Vande Velde about training and The Breakaway App...CHPT3 Time Traveller Challenge SIGN UPThe Breakaway AppFind Christian @christianvdv on Twitter and Instagram...
David has started a 12-week challenge to get back in shape. He is on the search of his time trial spirit and travels back in time to find it and bring it back to 2022. On May the 14th 2022, he will pursue a 20 minute time trial to demonstrate what can be done if you train and prepare probably. On the journey, he gets advice from experts from pro cycling, tech, health care, nutrition, psychology, bike design, aerodynamics to get an update on what has changed since his last time trial in 2014. Mikkel and David meet every week to talk about the progress and invite an expert to give us insights on what the latest knowledge and tech is to beat your best. We are in the first week of the time traveller challenge. David and Mikkel discuss the why and what of the CHPT3 Time Traveller project. It began as a personal challenge David had given himself to get fit, it's escalated into something a bit bigger. We've decided to share the journey and encourage all of you to join. This is the first in a special series of OFF BIKE podcasts that will serve as an extra content stream to give you updates, news and interviews with industry leaders. Then we go and meet Davids’s coach Marti Castello who puts David’s fitness to the test. We talk about how to set your baseline for your time travel challenge. It turns out that it is all about power and that David is actually not that unfit….SIGN UP HERE to get all the info and not miss a thing.
#17 CHRIS BOARDMAN

#17 CHRIS BOARDMAN

2022-01-2301:03:48

David Millar talks to Chris Boardman about cycling through his life and why he might just change the world we live in for the better.FIND CHPT3 HEREFIND CHRIS BOARDMAN HERE
Mikkel and David are joined by Tim Marlow, CEO of the Design Museum and former Director of the Royal Academy of Arts in London, to talk about everything that surrounds the race on it's journey through France.FIND CHPT3 HERE - https://chpt3.com/FIND THE DESIGN MUSEUM HERE - https://designmuseum.org/FIND THE STORY ABOUT RACING THE CHAMPS-ELYSÉES HERE - https://chpt3.com/blogs/journal/the-final-stage
Mikkel and David are joined by Tim Marlow, CEO of the Design Museum and former Director of the Royal Academy of Arts in London, to  talk about everything that surrounds the race on it's journey through France.FIND CHPT3 HERE - https://chpt3.com/FIND THE DESIGN MUSEUM HERE - https://designmuseum.org/FIND THE LACHLAN MORTON INTERVIEW HERE - https://chpt3.com/blogs/chttr3/off-bike-podcast-lachlan-morton
Mikkel and David are joined by Tim Marlow, CEO of the Design Museum and former Director of the Royal Academy of Arts in London, to discuss the culture surrounding the route of the Tour de France. From artists to cathedrals to wine...CLICK HERE FOR CHPT3 - https://chpt3.com/CLICK HERE FOR THE DESIGN MUSEUM - https://designmuseum.org/
Mikkel and David are joined by Tim Marlow, the CEO of the Design Museum, and former Director of the Royal Academy of Arts in London. This is an introduction and explanation to the four upcoming episodes that will offer a different point of view to the Tour de France. Every Monday morning, starting on June 28th, you will be taken on a journey into France and the geography, history, art, food, wine, music and people that surround  and form the culture of the regions the race passes through.CLICK HERE FOR CHPT3CLICK HERE FOR THE DESIGN MUSEUM
Mikkel and David are joined by Tim Marlow, the CEO of the Design Museum, and former Director of the Royal Academy of Arts in London. This is an introduction and explanation to the four upcoming episodes that will offer a different point of view to the Tour de France. Every Monday morning, starting on June 28th, you will be taken on a journey into France and the geography, history, art, food, wine, music and people that surround  and form the culture of the regions the race passes through.CLICK HERE FOR CHPT3CLICK HERE FOR THE DESIGN MUSEUM
#15 JOHN TORODE

#15 JOHN TORODE

2021-07-0255:00

David and Mikkel spent a morning with the Australian-British celebrated chef, John Torode. A keen cyclist who David met six years ago while out riding. They talk about the connection between food and cycling, and John's life in London in the 1990's till now. The morning started with laps of Regent Park on Brompton's before heading to Saville Row for a video call with Mikkel in Copenhagen.  FIND JOHN ON INSTAGRAM HERECLICK HERE FOR CHPT3
#14 GLORIA HWANG

#14 GLORIA HWANG

2021-06-2431:55

Gloria is the Founder and CEO of Thousand Helmets. Gloria launched the concept on Kickstarter in 2015, a recreational cyclist herself she could see there was a need to create a helmet that wasn't just safe but also had style. After losing a friend in a bicycle accident Gloria decided to create a helmet people would want to wear, with a mission to save a thousand lives. Mikkel and David talk to Gloria about her journey on and off the bike to where she is today and how the collaboration between CHPT3 and Thousand came about and what it means.CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT MORE
#16 LUCINDA O'CONNOR

#16 LUCINDA O'CONNOR

2021-06-2336:32

What we wear and how we dress is important. We live in a fast fashion world, where it's considered normal for the lifecycle of the clothes we buy to deteriorate from the moment they leave the shop. What about if that's when the journey began? Maybe it's time we remembered that clothes are important, how we look after them defines how we take care of ourselves. Lucinda (aka Lulu) O'Connor founded Clothes Doctor, a company created to look after our clothes: repairing or washing, most importantly, it's about caring.FIND CHPT3 CLOTHES DOCTOR HERE
#12 LACHLAN MORTON

#12 LACHLAN MORTON

2020-07-2401:09:441

Lachlan Morton is one of the most interesting characters in professional cycling. He is better known for his championing of an alternative style of biking, one that involves breaking free from the shackles of what's expected. Only 28yrs old yet already an icon within the world of cycling. I was his team mate when he first entered the World Tour back in 2012, we became friends immediately even though I was 35 and he was 20, I saw so much of my 20yr old self in him and have always followed him from afar since our paths separated. Mikkel, on the other hand, only knew Lachlan from his film "Thereabouts" - a film Lachlan and his brother Gus made in 2014 as an antidote to the professional racing life - that film reignited a passion for cycling that Mikkel had lost. It's become a movement since, and without knowing it Lachlan and Gus created what is now a zeitgeist. Find Lachlan here on IG.His film Thereabouts here.Mikkel Rasmussen's ReD Associates can be found here.David Millar's CHPT3 can be found here.
#11 TAYLOR PHINNEY

#11 TAYLOR PHINNEY

2020-06-1247:343

We thought we knew Taylor Phinney.It turns out we didn't know Taylor Phinney.Taylor used to race bikes, he was one of the best the USA has ever produced, yet he abruptly pulled the pin on his professional career in 2019 as a 29yr old. He hasn't stopped riding bikes, in fact he's discovered a style of cycling that is about as far removed from racing as is possible, and in the process he's found himself.Mikkel B. Rasmussen and David Millar interview Taylor separately: Mikkel from Copenhagen and David atop a hill, next to a chapel, near Girona while on a mountain bike ride.Find Taylor on Instagram here: @taylorphinneyFind Taylor on Twitter here: @taylorphinneyFind Taylor's art here: @manifestbutter
#10 NED BOULTING

#10 NED BOULTING

2020-05-1450:41

We interview the modern voice of cycling, Mr Ned Boulting, in many ways this was an opportunity for us to learn more about him. In the words of David, 'Ned got me into the TV business, and funnily enough I was one of his first interviews when he entered the fray of professional cycling, he asked me about the "the yellow jumper" - over the years our relationship has transformed from being separated by a barrier to sitting side-by-side; at times sharing a microphone trying to tell the same story. I think it's important to learn about him because he's easily as interesting, if not more, than the people he's so passionate talking to and about.'Ned founded, edits and publishes the first ever cycling bible, it's called The Road Book - FIND IT HEREFind Ned's numerous excellent books on the above website - but first listen to this extract from How I Won The Yellow Jumper HERE ON YOUTUBENed on Twitter: @nedboultingNed on Instagram: @ned_boulting
#9 MIKKEL B. RASMUSSEN

#9 MIKKEL B. RASMUSSEN

2020-04-2556:33

This episode is about Mikkel and I, how cycling introduced the two of us and the off-bike friendship it's created. I interview Mikkel about his life and work: it's a conversation we would never have in normal circumstances. Mikkel talks about cycling, economics, design, and anthropology, and ultimately; what being human means. We did this in Copenhagen at the HQ of the company Mikkel co-founded, ReD Associates - thank you to Thomas Hughes, Ian Dull and Martin Gronemann for putting up with my interrupting their day to interview them. ReD is a company like no other, and that was the other reason I wanted us to do this episode, because personally I wanted to understand more about what they do. It filled me with hope, and in this crazy time we're living in that's important, because without hope there is no optimism.I recommend everybody reads Mikkel's book: The Moment of Clarity.I mentioned I'd list some Scottish inventions - here are the ones relevant to this podcast: pedal bicycle, tarmac roads, pneumatic tyres. Find more here.Find David's CHPT3 here.Find Mikkel's Red Associates here.Find the OFF BIKE SOCIETY here.
#8 PARIS ROUBAIX

#8 PARIS ROUBAIX

2020-04-1149:46

We speak to Stuart O'Grady, Rolf Sørensen, and Steve Smith. A winner, a contender, and a sponsor;  all of them fans (through love and hate) of Paris Roubaix.Mikkel and I were supposed to be riding it as amateurs in 2020, it seems mad to think we should even care about that right now, yet we do and so we thought we'd investigate why.
#7 WHEELS FOR HEROES

#7 WHEELS FOR HEROES

2020-04-0920:04

This is a special edition of OFF BIKE, in the words of David:What is Wheels For Heroes? I’ll try and explain from my perspective… Bicycles have always represented fun to me. When I was a kid they gave me the freedom I needed. As I got older that freedom led to adventure, and as I got stronger the bicycle introduced me to speed, eventually it led me to racing. I’ve spent the majority of my life racing. I stopped in 2014. In 2015 I went to a big lunch in London and I met Will Butler-Adams, the CEO of Brompton, he asked me, “You’re the Tour de France racer, right?”  He told me he worked at Brompton, and I said, “You’re the folding bike guys, right?” He had an idea: there were all these MAMILS out there whom looked down upon Brompton, because it was… well, it’s wasn’t a road bike, and it folded. I was one of those people - it wasn’t until Will convinced me to borrow a Brompton for a few days that I got it. It was the first bicycle that was more than fun, it served a purpose, it’s designed to be utilitarian, to improve your life, to make things simpler, to make things better. So back to Wheels For Heroes. Brompton wants to help our key workers, the people whom have such an important purpose right now, they’re going to supply bikes to help them get to their jobs, and they’re going to make a loss doing it, this isn’t a marketing exercise because I know Brompton so well, they’re an engineering company first, and if they do something it’s to solve a problem.   Please donate, or at least consider how you can help our key workers."SUPPORT HERE
#6 ALEC BRIGGS

#6 ALEC BRIGGS

2020-04-0630:46

Alec is a shining light in the urban cycling scene, although road bike orientated he couldn't be more far removed from the World Tour. He's a criterium racing specialist, DJ, cycling coach, entrepreneur, he also won the Brompton World Championships for CHPT3 as a bit of fun. His team, Tekkerz CC (Cycling Charisma), is introducing a new concept to UK cycling, one that is much needed. Beyond all of this he is one of the loveliest people you could know, generous and kind. He may exist on the edge of the cycling scene, yet he couldn't be more encouraging to welcome you in.Find Alec on Instagram here: @alec_pedalerFind Tekkerz on Instagram here: @tekkerzccRead about Alec and Tekkerz here and hereMikkel Rasmussen's ReD Associates can be found here.David Millar's CHPT3 can be found here.
#5 HÉLÈNE GUILLAUME

#5 HÉLÈNE GUILLAUME

2020-03-2144:40

Hélène is the Founder and CEO of WILD AI - an AI-powered App designed specifically for women and their physiology. Her accomplished background in business and science combined with her love for sport put her in a unique position to change an industry that is, like many others, male biased. Although women make up nearly half of the population, a recent paper on "Sex Bias in Neuroscience and Biomedical Research" shows that 80% of the animals used in research are male. "These findings cannot be applied to women who are impacted daily by the 500 menstrual cycles they'll experience over 40 years.  More so, a 22 year old taking the pill has different nutritional needs, physiology and digestion than a 47 year old perimenopausal woman."Go check out WILD AI here.Also, you'll find some amazing opportunities to support WILD AI here.Twitter: @Helene_wild_aiInstagram: @helene_wild_aiHélène talking about boosting the immune system: WILD AI x ROAD x FITTERFind David's CHPT3 here: CHPT3.comFind Mikkel's ReD Associates here: redassociates.com
Comments (2)

Inver Darroch

Yes David, it truly is about the culture and the bike race.

Jan 19th
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Jeremy Brown

One of my favourite podcast to listen to while riding my bike. David Miller talks to Tyler Phinney one of the last great characters.

Jun 24th
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