This week I had the honour of being a guest on episode 20 of The Hookit Podcast.
Podcasts are back. In a big way. And leading the charge is Davi from Sheffield company Hookit Products, distributors of Joystick components, amongst many other awesome things. The guys at Hookit have been supportive of Airdrop since the beginning, at a time when not every distributor in the business was feeling particularly generous about my chances of making Airdrop work. So it was great to get the invitation to join them on the show.
We chat in depth about Airdrop, how it all came to happen, and what the future holds. Give it a listen on iTunes or Soundcloud. And if you like this one, check out the back-catalogue or subscribe to get all the future podcasts downloaded for free.
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James is the 'other' member of staff at Airdrop. With a background in DH and a lot of bike park laps under his tyres, his custom built Edit v2 is unique. So we thought we would kick off our new series of bike checks with a look at James' bike, and why he's chosen to build it this way.