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Zerothreetwo Conversations: Interviews with the Creative Class

Jan 28, 2019

I can't help but make this podcast a reflection of my interests. Like most people, I like a wide variety of topics, but recently I have been forcing all my friends and my wife to cycling. I can't get enough of it. Not only does it speak to me personally, the benefits of cycling is huge. So I try to convince as many people as possible to get into it.


Cycling is how I first stumbled on to the work of Ian Intong. Ian is a gifted graphic artist and photographer, we even commissioned him to shoot one of the Zerothreetwo Lookbooks, but the work I was most excited by was his documentary called En Masse: 500km Cebu Loop. It's a documentary chronicling five fixed gear cyclists as they bike around the Cebu coast. It took them about 35 hours to complete the 500km Cebu loop. Which is a crazy thing to do, fortunately, we get a sense of what it was like through the documentary.


In this episode, we talk about En Masse, the challenges of the shoot, cycling culture in Cebu, School Girl Classic, and Dirty Puma Coffee co.





Zerothreetwo Lookbook shot by Ian Intong

Nick Automatic

Franz Deadways (Zerothreetwo Conversations episode)



Karl Lucente (Zerothreetwo Conversations episode)

En Masse: 500km Cebu Loop

Rheed Lauronilla

Nelson Nanta

Kyle Yap Ong

Dave Axel Aldave

Victor Villanueva


Revolt Cycles

Boots Brandon (Zerothreetwo Conversations episode)


Jude Ramos

School Girl Classic

Karina Marga Cuizon

Mandaue Nights


Dirty Puma Coffee Co.

Linear Coffee Roasters

Tightrope Coffee

Coffee Culture Roastery

Joe Rogan

21KM Coffee


Where can people find you?


Photo by Ginalyn


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Music is Piano March by Audionautix