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Bikerumor Podcast Ep #033 – PUSH Industries reveals big job opportunities in cycling (and more!)

push industries founder darren murphy explains how to get a job in the cycling industry
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These are tough times for many folks and industries, and the bicycle industry is no exception. But, after talking with PUSH Industries‘ founder Darren Murphy, we’re seeing a light at the end of the tunnel.

In this episode, we talk about how there are actually quite a few opportunities for growth, tons of jobs to be had, and how anyone can get into them. It’s a bit of a random conversation, ranging from automation, modern manufacturing, jobs, and how they are personally handling the forced shutdowns during the COVID-19/Coronavirus outbreak in the U.S. But it’s worth a listen to hear how you, or someone you know, could break into the cycling industry with a high paying job, great benefits, and work for some pretty killer companies!

Not familiar with PUSH Industries? They make really high end rear shocks for mountain bikes, as well as upgrade kits for other brands’ forks. Check out their latest ELEVENSIX shock for a good example of their tech, all of which is made in Colorado, USA.


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Shelley Patterson
Shelley Patterson
3 years ago

Thank you for this informative podcast!

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