Weekly Dose of Fat Radio – Show #60 – Special Guest Jocelyn Gaudi From PDW


Weekly Dose of Fat –  Show Number 60 – Friday, June 12th, 2015

Jocelyn Gaudi Interview

  • Seems the recording apparatus had a bit of a hissy fit so my apologies but this is a great show anyway!

Sven and Uncle Gomez are  joined by J.K. Livin in the studio today!

Fat-Bike Radio is brought to you by the Surly Ice Cream Truck – Black Ops Edition.

On this week’s show

  • Our Special Guest is Jocelyn gowdy representing team Komoreebi and Portland Design Works – ala choy
  • Weekly dose of Fat
  • Links from the interwebz
  • Words about our Summer Hiatus


Base Camp Brewing Intents IPL

Hop Woerk Uurban Brewery – -Rise Up Red

Alameda Brewing Black Bear XX Stout

Thanks to Jocelyn from PDW for the Beer Buzz this week!

Interview with Jocelyn Gaudi from PDW and the Komorebi Cycling Team

Bike rental in PDX

Weekly Dose of Internet Fat

Jorden Wakeley report

A lot going here in Milwaukee this weekend

Gomez visited Trek Bicycles World Headquarters this week and rode their awesome private test trails.


Single Ring Chart – The Matrix explained

Rusty swiped our photo of Neil.

Across Iceland on a Fat-Bike

Another ray of sunshine

CoastKid’s first impressions of the 4.8 Schwalbe Jumbo Jim

Scandinavian Jesus in Iceland

Fatbike Photo Dump

Thanks again to Surly for sponsoring the radio portion of today’s broadcast.



  1. RE: Dead Man’s Road to Recovery…

    I found out what it’s like to have the descending vessel on the left ventricle first hand last April. They refer to it as a “myocardial infarction”. Luckily our local hospital has a cath lab on site, which is unusual for a rural hospital. My issue was a blood clot that lodged in the vessel supplying blood to the left ventricle. the “widow maker”.
    It has been a long recovery, but doing well. The meds are like having a governor on my bike…My bike successfully blew a motor!

    Kevin, Glad you are recovering and doing well. Just pay close attention to what your body is telling you….Our lives depend on it! I did it at 50 too.

  2. hey guys,

    Thanks for linking to my blog. I’d like to think it’s a useful lesson in naivety. A sort of coming of age.

    We started out thinking we were dreaming up something unique, and quite quickly were overwhelmed by our own hubris. We had it coming.

    Still, it’s going to be an awesome trip, even if it turns out there’s a Fatbike traffic jam in the middle of the desert.

    All the best,


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