Blister Podcast Network

BLISTER Podcast

Our conversations with the most interesting athletes, designers, authors, and filmmakers in the world of action sports. 

GEAR:30

GEAR:30 is where we geek out hard and go deep into the details about the most important outdoor gear. 

Bikes & Big Ideas

We discuss the latest in the bike world; being good stewards of the places we ride; and the game-changing innovations and emerging industries that can improve the present and our future.

Off The Couch

Off The Couch takes a closer look at the wide, weird, and wonderful world of running.

All Things Climbing

We cover the major events, prominent trends, new gear, and notable individuals that make the climbing community so interesting. 

Recent Podcasts

Cam Smith goes on the Blister Podcast to discuss winning the 2021 Grand Traverse Ski Race with Tom Goth, training for skiing, mountain biking, running; and more

Cam Smith on Setting The Grand Traverse Record & Training for Skiing, Running, & Mtn Biking (Ep.163)

Last Sunday, Cam Smith and Tom Goth set a new record at the Grand Traverse, which is a point-to-point ski race from Crested Butte to Aspen. Starting at midnight, racers travel 40 miles across the Elk Mountain range, climbing over 6,800 vertical feet. Cam is also a repeat winner of the Triple Crown of The Grand Traverse, so we talked to Cam about his record-setting night; skiing vs. skimo; his World Cup ski goals; and how he specifically trains for skiing and mountain running and mountain biking.

Kera Linn goes on Blister's Bikes & Big Ideas podcast to discuss her mountain biking career, signing with Cannondale, and more

Kera Linn is Coming Up Fast (Ep.58)

We talk to Kera Linn about her rather meteoric rise in the mountain biking world — from her first time on a mountain bike, to her recent signing with Cannondale. We also talk about her equally interesting backstory (which includes playing all of the sports and going to all of the colleges) in this really fun conversation.

On Blister's Off The Couch podcast, Brendan Leonard and Jonathan Ellsworth talk to Daryl Murphy about his Miles For Justice project and his campaign to bring Little Free Libraries to marginalized communities; why he’s been running 5k or more every single day for over 300 days; his running background; his plans for Miles For Justice; and more.

Daryl Murphy on Miles for Justice (Ep.83)

Brendan Leonard and Jonathan Ellsworth talk to Daryl Murphy about his Miles For Justice project; why he’s been running 5k or more every single day for over 300 days; his running background; his ideas about the future of Miles For Justice; and more.

MADE Custom Apparel co-founders, Cheryl LeBarr, Capri Philip, and Dustin Butcher go on Blister's GEAR:30 podcast to discuss their new custom apparel brand, its background, their custom process, and more

MADE: Custom Technical Apparel (Ep.139)

MADE is a new company that’s setting out to make custom technical apparel. Their 3 co-founders are all veterans of the technical apparel and outdoor industries, and Luke Koppa and I talked to Cheryl LeBarr, Capri Philip, and Dustin Butcher about why they started MADE and how they are making this happen.

Wild Rye co-founder, Cassie Abel, goes on Blister's Bikes & Big Idead podcast to discuss founding the company, the goals of Wild Rye, the future of women's outdoor sports and businesses, and much more

Cassie Abel on Wild Rye, Women-Led Wednesday (Ep.57)

Cassie Abel is the co-founder and CEO of Wild Rye, which is a company that creates apparel for women-identifying outdoor-lovers, regardless of age, background, size, or skill level. But Cassie is not only running a women’s apparel company, she is working to change the entire business landscape for women.

Escape Route director, James Rettyy, goes on Blister's GEAR:30 podcast to discuss his shops in Squamish and British Columbia, The Dynafit Radical Pro boot, Fritschi Tecton binding, Black Diamond Jetforce packs, DPS skis, and more

Shop Talk: Escape Route, Whistler & Squamish (Ep.138)

We talk to Escape Route director, James Retty, about the shop’s backcountry-only focus; the ski culture(s) of the Sea-to-Sky Corridor; elephant snot; the new Dynafit Radical Pro boot; the Fritschi Tecton; avy pack comparisons, and more.

Rémy Métailler goes on Blister's Bikes & Big Ideas podcast to discuss his move to Propain cycles, his thoughts on mullet bikes, his biking background, his move to Whistler, his YouTube channel, plans for 2021, and much more

Rémy Métailler on Doing Stupid Stuff, Responsibly (Ep.56)

Rémy Métailler has described himself as someone who is “just trying to be as responsible as he can while doing stupid stuff.” So we spoke with him about his approach to riding super steep, gnarly lines, as well as his background, filming, Rampage, mullet bikes, and a whole lot more.