Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast

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Free flight and paragliding podcast
81- Damien Lacaze and Touching the Void
Dec 12 • 80 min
“During their six-week expedition to Pakistan this summer, Damien Lacaze and Antoine Girard traveled more than 1,500 kilometers in just 14 days of flight, making the second highest flight in the history of paragliding, bivouacked at more than 6,000 meters…
80 – The History and Future of Hang Gliding
Nov 29 • 103 min
Hang gliding is arguably the first “extreme sport” in human history and its influences radically changed the world. Drawing inspiration from Leonardo Davinci, Otto Lillienthal built the first foot-launched hang gliders in the late 1800’s. His wings…
79- Felipe Rezende and breaking the mold
Nov 15 • 88 min
Felipe Rezende is a fascinating individual. His roots in surfing and windsurfing and growing up in the Sertao in Brazil and his background in architecture, surfboard design, and kitesurfing wing design lead him down an unplanned path to paragliding and…
78- Cade Palmer and the Ultimate Pursuit
Nov 2 • 55 min
Cade Palmer is a speed test pilot and designer for Ozone Paragliders; is one of the most accomplished aerobatics pilots in the world; flies tandems professionally in Jackson Hole, Wyoming; regularly sessions some of the most awe-inspiring terrain on Earth…
77- Comp Tactics and Strategies
Oct 19 • 84 min
We’re bringing you a live show from the road this week at the Argentina Nationals. I sat down with veteran comp pilots JP Robert Vandenbegine (Canada and Belgium), Chin Chien Huang (aka Jimmy from the US), and Francisco Mantaras (Argentina) to discuss the…
76- The Ask Me Anything show! And a fun little story of a Big day:)
Oct 3 • 73 min
This show is broken up into two different parts. The first recounts a story that many listeners have been asking for- the North American foot launch record I set back on July 15th, 2013. As we head into fall it’s likely the record will hold another year,…
75- Dominic Rohner and Chasing the Dream
Sep 19 • 64 min
I met Dominic nearly a year ago in the Sertau in Brazil and I’ve been wanting to get him on the show since. This one starts with a great (and a little harrowing!) paragliding story in Switzerland that leads us to discuss some safety stuff that cross…
74- Theo Warden and Winning BIG
Sep 5 • 54 min
Theo Warden is only 19 years old and just took home two wins that would be truly amazing in a career of competition flying, let alone from someone who’s just getting seriously into the game. Theo took home gold at the Europeans in Portugal in August, then…
73- Mitch Riley and X-Alps madness, Developing Mental toughness, Thinking Fast VS Slow, Growth Mindset, Discipline and More
Aug 22 • 92 min
Mitch Riley has been chasing the sky crack as hard as anyone the last few years. He’s averaging 500-600 hours a year, instructs full-time for Eagle Paragliding, competes regularly, does commercial tandems, competed in the 2017 X-Alps and guides around the…
72- Greg Hamerton and FlyBubble, gear choice, bivvy, and the road to Mastery
Jul 31 • 88 min
Greg Hamerton is a South African pilot who started flying in 1992 and made the UK his home ten years ago to join the FlyBubble crew. You’ve probably seen his very professional videos on many aspects of flying and progression on their YouTube channel (and…
71- Bernhard Kalin and the coming future, dangers of overconfidence, Speed flying best-practices
Jul 13 • 63 min
Bernhard (Benni) Kalin is a Swiss all-things-flight instructor at ChillOutParagliding. Based in Interlaken, speedflying was his initial addiction but over the years it has spread to all canopies- paragliding, base jumping, kitesurfing, kiteskiing- you…
70- Nick Greece and Comp Tactics, Discipline, Progression, Performance and Mentors
Jun 29 • 59 min
Nick Greece returns to the Mayhem to share a wealth of insights into competition and flying and some very honest talk about the manic ride that often defines our sport. Nick’s had quite a year. He was witness to a horrifying tandem accident in Kenya this…
69- Armin Harich and Sending Flatlands and Flying accident free
Jun 13 • 69 min
Armin Harich is the co-founder of Skywalk Paragliders, started flying in 1989 and has never had an accident, and is the first person to fly over 300km in Germany- and he did it on a EN B wing (the Skywalk Tequila). I was told by many people before…
68- Nik Hawks and weighing the risks
May 29 • 94 min
Nik Hawks returns to the Mayhem to share two pretty scary close calls that ended well, but came with a LOT of lessons that every pilot can learn from including: coming back from “fear injuries” by using the big 4, time, building exposure, and pattern…
67- Fabien Blanco and SIV, Single Surface Wings, Bivvy and Safety
May 16 • 100 min
Fabien Blanco is the founder and head instructor at Flyeo in Annecy, one of the most-respected paragliding schools in the world. Their focus is on teaching SIV, Cross Country and adventure flying. Fabien was a professional acro pilot and is a passionate…
66- Andy Hediger and becoming an Airman
May 1 • 79 min
If it flies, Andy Hediger flies it (or jumps out of it!). Sailplanes, trikes, hang gliders, light-weight airplanes, wingsuits, Swift, Archaeopteryx, Virus, but he rates the paraglider as the king of them all. The developer of the D-Bag, Andy was there at…
65- Myles Connolly and Reserve Toss Hindsight 20/20
Apr 17
Two days before the Monarca kicked off in Valle de Bravo, Mexico this January our podcast editor Myles Connolly had a cascade episode low and threw his reserve for the first time. Myles got hung over 80′ off the ground in a dead tree without injury. Some…
64- Till Gottbrath and Rethinking Performance and Risk
Apr 4 • 74 min
Several years ago Nova Paragliders changed the way we think about performance when they put some of their top pilots on the Mentor, an EN B wing and the world watched as they ticked off some of the biggest flights that had ever been done in the Alps,…
63- Adél Honti and what makes a successful pilot
Mar 21 • 98 min
What makes a successful pilot? Is it just talent and hours or something anyone can learn with training and application? Sports psychology gives us the answer if we break it down into three dimensions: technical, physical and mental. In this episode Adél…
62- Patrick Hennessey and Speed Flying basic to expert
Mar 6 • 53 min
After many many requests we bring you our first show dedicated to speed flying and mini wings. Patrick Hennessey is a pilot based in the Northwest of the US who’s been getting after it but came into the sport via skydiving and has a pretty interesting…
61- Marko Hrgetic Hrga and How to Fly FAST!
Feb 21 • 72 min
Marko Hrgetic Hrga has been flying World Cups for the past 11 years and has a paragliding school in Valle De Bravo, Mexico which operates under the Swiss APPI system. He also just launched a new style of race in Mexico called the XCSkyRace aimed at…
60- Lisa Hope Tilstra and taking your first steps…into the magic
Feb 6 • 70 min
Lisa Hope Tilstra articulates the perspective all of us can relate to as pilots as she’s a total newbie- as a brand new pilot she’s going through what we all have at some point in our flying lives. No flight can ever match that first time we left the…
59- Christoph Weber and Behind the Veil of the Red Bull X-Alps
Jan 23 • 57 min
Christoph Weber has been the race director of the Red Bull X-Alps since 2007. This episode dives into the behind-the-scenes for our fans of the show who wanted more than what’s available on live tracking. How do athletes get chosen? How is the route…
58- Théo De Blic and becoming a professional
Jan 9 • 53 min
Théo De Blic is one of the new generation of professional acro pilots who has been staggering audiences around the world with his incredibly difficult twisted sequences. In this episode we learn how Théo has become one of the most-winning pilots on the…
57- Phil Glutz and Confidence, Complacency and Chasing it
Dec 28, 2017 • 74 min
Recorded live from Mexico! During the Pre PWC in Zapoltitic I had the honor to sit down with Phil Glutz, a pilot I’ve been keenly following on XContest for years. Phil sends big lines in the biggest terrain in the Alps and decided a couple decades ago to…
Christmas Bonus Episode with Chrigel Maurer!
Dec 21, 2017 • 52 min
For a limited time only (December 15-30, 2017) listeners of the Mayhem can get a 10% discount on a Garmin InReach device. Visit garmin.com and use the code “GAVIN2017” in the checkout. It’s here folks! The bonus episode you’ve all been waiting for. We…
56- Miguel Gutierrez and a century of flight
Dec 15, 2017 • 93 min
For all of us who make the yearly winter migration to Valle De Bravo, Mexico we have Miguel Gutierrez and his incredible Alas Del Hombre team to thank. But the comps in Mexico are just a scratch of the surface of this legend of free flight. His father…
55- Xandi Meschuh and building a foundation
Nov 28, 2017 • 60 min
Xandi Meschuh has been in the flying game since the very beginning. He learned to fly RC planes from his father, a pilot before he was ten years old and got the paragliding bug soon afterwards. Xandi has his own flight park near Gerlitzen, Austria where…
54- Dustin Martin and finding the magic
Nov 14, 2017 • 124 min
In 2012 Dustin Martin beat out legendary Red Bull pilot Jonny Durand by a couple kilometers in Texas to go farther than anyone ever has in a hang glider- 761 km. And the record still holds. Was it his most memorable flight? Hardly. Dustin began his flying…
53- Gavin reviews the 2017 Red Bull X-Alps
Nov 2, 2017 • 85 min
This episode went up a few weeks ago for the supporters of our podcast but as I am in Brazil and am not able to get out a new show for another few days we decided to put this one up this week. In this episode we turn the tables a bit and I get interviewed…
52- Pal Takats X-Alps, Acro, and what you can do to stay safe
Oct 19, 2017 • 92 min
Pal Takats began flying 16 years ago in the flatlands of Budapest, Hungary and has since created a career any pilot would envy. One of the first Red Bull acro pilots and the man responsible for many of the current and modern acro combinations (the Joker,…
51- Sailplane radness, the Perlan Project, Imagining the Possibilities
Oct 4, 2017 • 89 min
Imagine an engineless airplane reaching the edge of space. Crazy? Impossible? In this episode of the Cloudbase Mayhem Kevin Brooker, a passionate sailplane pilot takes us through the long history of sailplanes to the stuff that is at the far edge of what…
50- Dave Snowden and turning talent into Wins
Sep 20, 2017 • 73 min
Episode 50 is all about competitions. From flying psychology to training David Snowden has taken 25 years of flying passion into figuring out how to take a country (Australia) with plenty of talent but with few of the resources that France, Germany, and…
49- Honza Rejmanek and Understanding the Invisible
Sep 8, 2017 • 103 min
Honza Rejmanek competed in the Red Bull X-Alps five times. He finished in 3rd place in 2009 and made goal in Monaco in his last campaign in 2015. Many of our listeners will also know Honza from his regular weather column in Cross Country Magazine. Honza…
47- Max Fanderl and a lifetime of flight
Aug 23, 2017 • 52 min
Max Fanderl began flying paragliders and then hang gliders in the late 80’s. A few months after his first flight he quit his job to become an instructor and decided flying would be his new life. In addition to instructing Max became a test pilot in the…
46- Reavis Sutphin-Gray and increasing your toolkit
Aug 9, 2017 • 56 min
Last year on big potential day but with definite OD probability in Sun Valley early in the flight out towards the Big Lost Range some big cumulus were getting a little too big for my comfort level. When it started to rain lightly I decided to land. Reavis…
45- Chrigel Maurer and becoming an Eagle
Jul 26, 2017 • 84 min
Chrigel Maurer is the undisputed king of paragliding and after his 5th straight X-Alps win I get the feeling that he’s just getting started. Chrigel was the World Cup champion 3 times, is an acro champion, test pilot for Advance, two times winner of the…
44- Caroline Paul and Overcoming Fear
Jun 21, 2017 • 67 min
“Gutsy girls skateboard, climb trees, clamber around, fall down, scrape their knees, get right back up — and grow up to be brave women. Learn how to spark a little productive risk-taking and raise confident girls with stories and advice from firefighter,…
43- Matt Wilkes and Emergency Medicine, Hypoxia, and Extreme Physiology for Pilots
Jun 6, 2017 • 91 min
This is probably the most critical podcast episode we’ve made available to date. As human flight junkies we participate in activities that let’s face it- are dangerous. In this episode we sit down with Matt Wilkes, an anaesthesia and intensive care doctor…
42- Benjamin Jordan and taking the Leap
May 24, 2017
Benjamin Jordan made history in 2016 flying a 1,000 km bivvy line solo from Vancouver to Calgary across the Coast Range and Rocky Mountains of BC and Alberta, an expedition that took 39 days to complete. To some bold pilots maybe an obvious and tempting…
41- Chris Santacroce and Set Ups for Success
May 10, 2017 • 59 min
Chris Santacroce has been a pillar in human flight for nearly thirty years. A long time Red Bull Air Force athlete; co-owner and founder of Superfly Paragliding in Utah; founder of Project Airtime which allows the disabled to fly; total air Jedi on…
40- Bill Belcourt Your Questions Answered!
Apr 26, 2017 • 87 min
And here it is! The long-awaited show hosted by Bill Belcourt, dedicated 100% to your questions. We asked fans of the show to send us any questions related to flying so the Yoda of the sky, Bill Belcourt could answer them in the unique way that only Bill…
39- Antoine Laurens and a Lifetime of Life Lessons
Apr 12, 2017 • 66 min
Antoine Laurens began flying in 1992 when he was just seventeen years old. He’s lived a life of adventure and flying has been a way of life for the last two and half decades. One of the world’s great vol-biv pilots Antoine crossed over a 1,400 km route of…
38- Jeff Shapiro and cracking the code
Mar 29, 2017 • 77 min
Jeff Shapiro returns to the Cloudbase Mayhem! We sat down with Jeff in episode #3 of the podcast a year and a half ago right after Jeff lost a number of his closest friends to Wingsuit basejumping and had an amazing talk about risk, danger, gratitude,…
37- The Groundhandling Podcast
Mar 15, 2017 • 89 min
Ground handling is the cornerstone of being a good, safe pilot. But of all the most important foundational building blocks you can practice it is often the most neglected. For many pilots “groundhandling” is pulling the wing up and getting off the hill.…
36- Nick Neynens and the art of Vol Biv
Mar 1, 2017 • 70 min
Nick Neynens began paragliding a decade ago after his love of the mountains drew him to the sport. In 2015 he capped off a passionate and steep trajectory of flying a lot of vol-biv around the world with a 10th place finish in the Red Bull X-Alps. He…
35- Christina Kolb and becoming a complete pilot
Feb 15, 2017 • 79 min
Christina Kolb is the current female world acro champion and one of the few women in the world who has perfected the Infinite tumble. In Annecy this year she won the female class and was 18th overall- an incredible achievement. In this episode we visit…
34- Tom Payne and Insights into our world
Feb 1, 2017 • 62 min
Tom Payne competed in the 2009 X-Alps and was Jon Chambers supporter in 2011 and 2013 and edited Jon Chambers book “hanging in there” which documents Jon’s X-Alps campaigns. But the X-Alps is just a blip in Tom’s long, passionate, decade’s long career in…
33- Hugh Miller and Flying Psychology, X-Alps, Chrigel Secrets and MORE
Jan 18, 2017 • 76 min
Hugh Miller began flying at the age of 15 and has been a household name in the sport since taking over Cross Country Magazine back in the 90’s at the age of 21. He does most of the EN C and D wing testing for the magazine today and just last year won the…
32- Joanna Di Grígoli and 400 KM Sending
Jan 5, 2017 • 96 min
On the 25th of November 2016 Joanna Di Grígoli beat her own personal best by 240 km and landed than 2 km away from beating the longest women’s footlaunch in history flying just over 400 km in Quixada, Brazil. But this talk is a lot more than chasing…
31- Russ Ogden, a Masters Class in Paragliding
Dec 24, 2016 • 127 min
We’ve got a VERY special episode for you this Holiday Season. Ozone test pilot and world cup crusher Russ Ogden, one of the great living legends of paragliding and the inspiration for the Cloudbase Mayhem podcast and one of the most-mentioned pilots in…
30- Michael “Micky” Sigel and building greatness
Dec 7, 2016 • 61 min
Michael “Micky” Sigel began flying before most people learn how to drive a car. His early talent and passion got him on the Advance team when he was just sixteen years old. These days Micky makes a living as a test pilot for Gin Gliders and has been a…
29- Larry Tudor from Scary Origins to Radical Records
Nov 27, 2016 • 94 min
Larry Tudor was known as the “Dark Prince” back in the day. We roll the clock way back to 1973 when Larry learned how to fly his first hanglider in the seated position (yep, pre-prone days) on a wing that got a worse glide ratio than today’s smallest…
28- Max Marien and the ACRO pursuit
Nov 11, 2016 • 60 min
Max Marien broke the Infinity Tumbling record after jumping out of a helicopter in 2012, going right up and over his wing an incredible 374 times. The record didn’t stand long and has since been eclipsed by Horacio Laurens going 568 times, but still- it…
27- Cedar Wright and Intermediate Syndrome
Nov 3, 2016 • 66 min
World-famous climber turned paragliding addict Cedar Wright returns to the Mayhem to describe…well a bit of mayhem! A year ago I sat down with Cedar on the podcast, who was 6 months into his sky addiction and as we’re both in Banff for the film festival…
26 Kelly Farina and Mastering Paragliding
Oct 26, 2016 • 78 min
In this episode I sit down with former British team pilot and 15 year instructor and Alps guide Kelly Farina to discuss his new comprehensive book on paragliding, “Mastering Paragliding.” This fantastic read is and A to Z encyclopedia of flying. Many…
25- Kari Castle and flying for life
Sep 30, 2016 • 81 min
Kari Castle has been flying for 35 years. You name it, she’s flown it. Hangliders, paragliders, paramotors, speed wings- her passion for flying began early and she still goes hard. She was winning hang gliding competitions before paragliding was even…
24- Isabella Messenger and Unconscious Competence
Sep 13, 2016 • 66 min
Isabella Messenger took a paragliding course in 2007 and quit her job as an IT Specialist after the first day. She’s been chasing it ever since. She and her husband and air-Jedi Jamie Messenger spend half their year in the Alps traveling in their camper…
23- Guy Anderson and Lessons for Everyone
Aug 23, 2016 • 105 min
On the last day of the World Cup in Sun Valley in 2012 British pilot Guy Anderson disappeared in an area we call “no man’s land.” Three days later, in a heroic search effort involving thousands of man hours and a very fired up team Guy was found, in no…
22- The Alaska Traverse- Ed Ewing interviews Gavin McClurg
Jul 25, 2016 • 131 min
In this episode of the Cloudbase Mayhem we turn the tables a bit and put Gavin on the other end of the interview. Ed Ewing, the editor of Cross Country magazine takes over as show-host and asks Gavin the questions many people have wanted to know about how…
21 Rafael Saladini- Chasing World Records and World Cup Tactics
Jul 17, 2016 • 68 min
What’s it like to break world records? How do you win tasks at World Cups? Find out how to train to truly go big from one of our sports most talented and dedicated pilots, Brazilian Rafael Saladini. Rafael has just returned from the PWC in Portugal were…
20- Bruce Goldsmith and Passion
May 9, 2016 • 53 min
Bruce Goldsmith has quite possibly more competition flying under his belt than anyone. One of the few pilots who’s won in both Hangliding and Paragliding Bruce began flying comps in the mid 80’s and capped off over 30 years of success by winning the world…
19- Jocky Sanderson and Improving your Game
Apr 29, 2016 • 60 min
Jocky Sanderson literally wrote the book on SIV and training and is one of the most celebrated advanced instructors in the game. Jocky was a competition pilot for 10 years (reaching 3rd in the world in 95′) and has been a major player in the world of free…
18- The “Inbetween Cast”- your questions answered
Apr 18, 2016 • 48 min
This is a short episode of the Cloudbase Mayhem dedicated to answering questions that have been posed over the last few months by our listeners that I haven’t been able to either answer directly or get in front of our guests. Questions include how to…
17- Will Gadd and the Mastery of the Sky through Mastery of Self
Mar 16, 2016 • 60 min
Will Gadd began his flying career in the early 90’s and quickly became one of the most prominent pilots in the world. A Red Bull original gangster, Will is considered one of the best mixed climbers on Earth. He’s a world class whitewater kayaker, mountain…
16- Cody Mittanck and the art of Going Big
Mar 6, 2016 • 72 min
Cody Mittanck set the unofficial Canadian foot launch record (“unofficial” for a very cool reason- listen to find out) last summer, and he’s one of a small handful (if there’s even a handful) of pilots in North America who’s doing the Infinity- as well as…
15- Ondrej Prochazka and Leaving the Office Behind
Feb 15, 2016 • 60 min
I first met Ondrej in May, 2015 while training with Aaron Durogati on course line between the Brenta and Piz Corvatch turnpoints for the 2015 Red Bull X-Alps. We spent a few days in pretty horrendous weather figuring out a pretty tough part of the course…
14- Paul Guschlbauer and conquering the Red Bull X-Alps
Jan 19, 2016 • 69 min
Paul Guschlbauer competed in his first Red Bull X-Alps in 2011 with only 5 years of flying under his belt. In his own words his skills were far inferior to most of the other pilots in the race, but fitness and determination and creativity saw this…
13- Veso Ovcharov and Finding Balance
Jan 11, 2016 • 59 min
Veselin (“Veso”) Ovcharov is a cross-country and acro ace. A long-time Red Bull athlete Veso was the first Bulgarian to nail the Infinity and has traveled the world perfecting his craft, pushing the limits of what can be done by paraglider. In this…
12- Aaron Durogati and Training to Win
Dec 3, 2015 • 70 min
Aaron Durogati is only 29 years old, but he’s already been a world champion, gotten 6th and 7th place in the last two Red Bull X-Alps and has a LONG list of podium finishes. A Red Bull athlete and ambassador for several other brands, the “Italian…
11, Gurpreet Dhindsa and flying psychology
Nov 25, 2015 • 49 min
Gurpreet Dhindsa is India’s top ranked pilot, and has been for some time. He is the only certified instructor in the country and has 20 passionate years in the sport. Gurpreet has been on the podium six times and has been a very integral figure in pushing…
10- Josh Cohn and Staying Consistent
Nov 17, 2015 • 54 min
Josh Cohn has been the most consistent competition pilot the US has ever seen. His competition CV reads like Kelly Slaters. Soon after Josh learned to fly at age 16 he has been dominating the US comp scene and has notched up not only state and world…
9- Thomas de Dorlodot and the Endless SEARCH
Nov 5, 2015 • 87 min
Thomas de Dorlodot is probably the most enviable pilot in the world. He’s made a living out of traveling the world and documenting his expeditions. A 5 time Red Bull X-Alps competitor and Red Bull Athlete Tom started flying when he was 15 years old. He’s…
8, Nick Greece and Progression
Nov 2, 2015 • 68 min
I met Nick Greece in Haiti in 2012. I was living in Morocco trying to figure out how to become a better pilot, and getting an invitation from Nick to fly around in the sky wasn’t something I could pass up. Nick has become a great friend and one of my…
7- Mads Syndergaard and the Art of Winning
Oct 12, 2015 • 73 min
Mads Syndergaard started paragliding in 1987 and it quickly became his life. He began competing in 1994 and hasn’t looked back since. From learning how to soar in Denmark to becoming one of the leading wing designers in the world with UP gliders, Mads has…
6, Ben Abruzzo and training for the 2015 X-Alps
Oct 2, 2015 • 70 min
Ben Abruzzo was the guy who turned me into a machine for the 2015 Red Bull X-Alps. My knees are a cartilage wasteland and I’d never done any endurance training or racing in my life. But when I approached Ben about doing the X-Alps he was all-in and had…
5 Nate Scales and Staying in the Game
Sep 12, 2015 • 68 min
Nate “Papa” Scales got his first flight in 1991 on a glider that had 11 cells in Sun Valley, Idaho. The next day he moved to Utah to learn how to fly and hasn’t looked back since. I’ve never met anyone as passionate as Nate is about flying nylon and…
4- Cedar Wright “Nothing Great Happens Without Risk”
Aug 21, 2015 • 74 min
The Cloudbase Mayhem is dedicated to dissecting excellence in flight. We interview the best pilots in the world and find out what makes them great. But in this episode we delve into the opposite end of the spectrum with world class climber, self-described…
3 – Jeff Shapiro and the Dark Arts
Aug 4, 2015 • 106 min
Jeff Shapiro is a world class sponsored athlete and a world class human being. He’s flown and competed on hangliders since he was 17 all over the world, he sends 5.14 big wall routes in climbing, he flies wingsuits, rides sport bikes, is a gifted…
2- Matt Beechinor (the Glider Podcast)
May 3, 2015 • 51 min
Really excited about this second episode with one of my mentors in the big XC game, Matt Beechinor, aka “Farmer”. When he flew 193 miles in 2012 from Mt Baldy in Sun Valley I decided my choice to move to the Wood River Valley later that summer was about…
1- Bill Belcourt (the Yoda Podcast)
Mar 2, 2015 • 37 min
In this inaugural Cloudbase Mayhem podcast we hear from Bill Belcourt. When we were on the set of 500 Miles to Nowhere with Nate Scales, Matt Beechinor, Nick Greece and myself we had the opportunity to stop by Black Diamond Headquarters and sit down with…