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Pro Cycling, How The Race Was Won, The Week In Bike, and more.
 
Pro Cycling, How The Race Was Won, The Week In Bike, and more.
 
Cycling stories from across Canada and around the world. We talk to pros who ride on the road and the trails. We also talk about gear, riding and training. It's bikes, bikes and more bikes, eh.
 
Cycling news, race reports interviews and analysis! Hosted by Kevin Laramee Part of the Sports Podcasting Network http://sportspodcastingnetwork.com support Kevin http://patreon.com/sportspodcastingnetwork.com
 
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UFC Preview show, Every month Kevin is joined by a MMA/UFC expert to preview the upcoming events! Part of the Sports Podcasting Network
 
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Behind the scenes throughout the past 15 years, Kevin Field has been using data to improve Canada’s cyclists. He helped orchestrate this country’s success at the 2018 road world championships. In this episode, he discusses numbers and previews the 2019 road cycling world championships in Yorkshire, England. Full Send/No Send on the Grands Prix ...…
 
The final week and my pre-race selection remains strongly in the lead. But the unorthodox finish of the last five stages (not a single Especial category climb!) might open the door for an opportunist to sneak away with a podium. RSS | SoundCloud Photo by Hiruka komunikazio-taldea (CC-BY-SA).By cosmo.
 
The final week and my pre-race selection remains strongly in the lead. But the unorthodox finish of the last five stages (not a single Especial category climb!) might open the door for an opportunist to sneak away with a podium. RSS | SoundCloud Photo by Hiruka komunikazio-taldea (CC-BY-SA).By cosmo.
 
Michael Matthews looks back on five appearances at both the Grands Prix Cyclistes de Québec and Montréal, especially his wins at the two events in 2018. He gets into the tactics of the races he says are real thinking games. For Matthews and other pros, the GPs are exciting because there’s always something going on. Many pro and amateur cyclocro ...…
 
A very Vuelta first week of crashes and lead changes has finally given way to the real GC race. Four riders are starting to set themselves apart, but with two of them riding for Movistar…who knows. RSS | SoundCloud Photo by Peter Edmondson (CC-BY-SA).By cosmo.
 
A very Vuelta first week of crashes and lead changes has finally given way to the real GC race. Four riders are starting to set themselves apart, but with two of them riding for Movistar…who knows. RSS | SoundCloud Photo by Peter Edmondson (CC-BY-SA).By cosmo.
 
The third Grand Tour of the year tends to bring the most surprises, but with strong GC riders concentrated on just a handful of squads, it could be a straight-up GC battle for the ages. RSS | SoundCloud Photo by Estevoaei (CC-BY-SA).By cosmo.
 
The third Grand Tour of the year tends to bring the most surprises, but with strong GC riders concentrated on just a handful of squads, it could be a straight-up GC battle for the ages. RSS | SoundCloud Photo by Estevoaei (CC-BY-SA).By cosmo.
 
Catharine Pendrel talks about her springer spaniel Mingus, the Lenzerheide World Cup – where she was on the podium with her fifth-place finish – and the upcoming mountain bike world championships at Mont-Sainte-Anne. In 2018, Pendrel and Haley Smith rode together and won the Swiss Epic. In this interview, Pendrel reveals what race she and Smith ...…
 
This past July, some of gravel cycling’s top minds and practitioners gathered in Peterborough, Ont., to ride and discuss gear. Matthew Pioro spoke with members of the Shimano Gravel Alliance, a group that the Canadian Cycling Magazine editor believes is the “Gravel Avengers.” He wants to know who their Thanos is. Related: The Canadian influence ...…
 
Canadian Cycling Magazine heads to Blue Mountain, Ont., for the Sea Otter Canada cycling festival. Editors Matthew Pioro and Dan Walker, and photo editor Matt Stetson, bring you the vibes from the event. They are impressed that on the first day, the first Friday of July, that there are a good amount of people at the expo. Walker figures they ha ...…
 
Even with Ineos looking in command, a great first week keeps open the promise of a thrilling and competitive two weeks to come at the Tour de France. RSS | SoundCloud Photo by Guillaume Vachey (CC).By cosmo.
 
Even with Ineos looking in command, a great first week keeps open the promise of a thrilling and competitive two weeks to come at the Tour de France. RSS | SoundCloud Photo by Guillaume Vachey (CC).By cosmo.
 
A look at the the parcours and contenders for the 2019 Tour de France, plus some crazy guesswork at the first few stages and an interview with Toms Skujins of Trek-Segafredo. Temporary RSS | SoundCloud Photo by s.yuki (CC).By cosmo.
 
A look at the the parcours and contenders for the 2019 Tour de France, plus some crazy guesswork at the first few stages and an interview with Toms Skujins of Trek-Segafredo. Temporary RSS | SoundCloud Photo by s.yuki (CC).By cosmo.
 
When you think of this country’s pioneering riders in the Tour de France, you probably think of Steve Bauer and Alex Stieda. But 35 years ago, six Canadians—Marilyn Trout (née Wells), Kelly-Ann Way, Suzanne Lemieux, Hilary Brown (née Matte), Senta Bauermeister and Jacqueline Shaw—not only rode the Tour de France Féminin but distinguished themse ...…
 
Contributor Molly Hurford has tips that will help you go up hills a little quicker. She talks about training, body positioning and the muscles you want to engage when climbing. She also has some inside information on the climbing competitions at Sea Otter Canada: the Grind Uphill Challenge and the Hill Climbing Championships. "When you see a co ...…
 
At the Nové Město World Cup, Haley Smith crossed the line in third place. It marks her best result at mountain bike World Cup. She reflects on race at one of her favourite courses. “When you feel good on a course, you find that flow zone a lot easier,” she says. “At Nové Město, it feels like mountain biking in Victoria. It’s physical and techni ...…
 
The Giro took a turn this week as the race headed into the mountains, setting up what looks to be an outstanding third week. Temporary RSS | SoundCloud Photo by Jussarian (CC).By cosmo.
 
If you’ve been watching the Giro d’Italia, you’ve seen the Emilia-Romagna region. Stage 9 passed through it. Editor Matthew Pioro rode in the area a week before the pros got there. After you hear about Pioro’s experience, you’ll want to head there, too. Social media editor Dan Walker and Matthew Pioro debate Giro smack talk, bad bike-maintenanc ...…
 
Strange doings on the GC from the first week, but with the first mountain stages looming in the next few days, real changes could be in store. Temporary RSS | SoundCloud Photo by August Brill (CC).By cosmo.
 
Grand Tour season is upon us! Dane and I look at some stages in a generally atypical Giro, highlight a few promising stages, and tab a few winners. Temporary RSS | SoundCloud Photo by filip bossuyt (CC).By cosmo.
 
Sea Otter Canada co-founder Simon Williams chats with editor Matthew Pioro and social media editor Dan Walker about the new cycling festival coming to Canada. Sea Otter Canada can bring the whole cycling community together, whether you wear spandex, baggies or a tweed suit while riding your folding bike. Williams discusses the Hub and Spoke rid ...…
 
Episode 92: Liege-Bastogne-Liege 2019 A new finish opens doors to a different set of riders in cycling’s oldest one-day and the last of the Spring Classics. Temporary RSS | SoundCloud Photo by Pedro Caetano (CC).By cosmo.
 
“Women are so badass as well,” says Sarah Holmes, part of the Toronto Hustle and one of the members behind the outfit’s new women’s project. The team recently hosted its launch party for the 2019 season. Listen in to scenes from that event and hear about some of the innovative things the Hustle is up to. Social media editor Dan Walker and edito ...…
 
From lake jump bikes to the riff-heavy rock of Blue Cheese to emergency bus repairs, Partymaster Tour organizer Michel Plonka talks about the rolling party, with dirt, street and park riding, that hit parts of Ontario and Quebec this past summer. If you are not familiar with the Partymaster Tour, get started with videos from the event. Social m ...…
 
Contributor Molly Hurford has been to three training camps so far in 2019 for a total of seven weeks of endurance training. So, she knows a thing or two about getting the most out of an early-season endurance camp. Guess what? It’s not about crushing it on the climbs. Molly shares her great advice with you. Social media editor Dan Walker is bac ...…
 
The Butter Tart 700 is a bikepacking route in Southern Ontario. Route designer Matt Kadey speaks about what went into the creation of this loop. He wanted to ensure an interesting mix of surfaces and to keep it remote without being remote. One look at the route on the Ride with GPS page shows the level of detail Kadey has put into the creation ...…
 
The James Bay Descent crew, Buck Miller, Ryan Atkins, Ted King and Eric Batty, recorded their adventure in Northern Ontario. Listen to scenes from their journey from Attawapiskat First Nation to Moosonee, before they went on to Smooth Rock Falls, a trip of about 600 km on fully loaded fat bikes in winter. To hear more about the trip, listen bac ...…
 
Near the end of January, B’yauling Toni, an 18-year-old from Saskatoon rolled into his hometown. He had ridden for 206 days, through 16 countries and a total of 30,804 km. Upon completing his ride, he has become the youngest person to bike around the world unsupported. Canadian Cycling Magazine web editor Philippe Tremblay spoke with Toni a lit ...…
 
On Feb. 4, Ted King, Buck Miller, Ryan Atkins and Eric Batty plan to head out from Attawapiskat First Nation in Northern Ontario for Nunavut. They’ll aim their fat bikes into James Bay and ride to Akamiski Island, about 20 km from the mainland and part of the northern territory. From Akamiski, the four will go toward Moosonee and Moose Factory. ...…
 
Rider Ed Veal plans to ride for 24 hours starting Feb. 2 at 11:11 a.m. on the track at the Forest City Velodrome. Constructed in 1955, the building that houses the track is in need of some upgrades. Veal’s ride is part of a fundraiser to help keep the facility going. The track itself is in an old hockey rink, and at 138 m, is considered by many ...…
 
In this episode, we look back at some big rides of the past year. In September, to prepare for the road world championships, Rob Britton went on a nine-day bikepacking trip with two friends. He had this idea earlier in the year and got advice from a rider whose big rides are legendary: Svein Tuft. Both Britton and Tuft discuss the joys and trai ...…
 
Raphaële Lemieux, who retired from speed skating and road riding roughly 11 years ago, picked up racing fixed-gear bikes a few years ago. She’s been doing pretty well at that discipline. This year, she won the Red Hook Crit in Brooklyn and the Red Hook series overall. She discusses the fun of racing fixed, the speed-skating skills that transfer ...…
 
The chainsaw is often called into action to motivate mountain bikers. But the machine made a recent appearance at the cyclocross national championships in Peterborough, Ont. Jasmin Duehring also came out to that snow-covered CX course. Right after competing in the elite women’s race, the rider, who’s known for winning medals in velodromes, spok ...…
 
Recently, the Pan Am cyclocross championships came to Midland, Ont. Many of Canada’s top CXers were there vying for the intercontinental honours. Hours before Michael van den Ham lined up in the elite men’s race, he met with producer Adam Killick for a crash course on riding in the sand. For more on the Pan Am CX champs, check out video from wi ...…
 
Rachel McKinnon, the transgender athlete who won the women's masters track cycling world title in the sprint competition for ages 35-44, speaks about the turbulent days following her victory. McKinnon is from Victoria. She did her PhD in Kitchener, Ont., and post doc in Calgary. Currently, she's an assistant professor in the department of philo ...…
 
Cycling Magazine Podcast is back for its second episode and, as with the first, we speak with Michael Woods. This time, he reflects on his bronze medal at the road world championships in Innsbruck, Austria. We also chat with another Canadian bronze medallist, Simone Boilard, the national junior time trial and criterium champion from Quebec City ...…
 
In this first episode of the Cycling Magazine Podcast, we have an extended conversation with Michael Woods. The EF Education First Drapac rider goes in-depth on his emotional Stage 17 Vuelta a España win and discusses its effects. Editors Matthew Pioro and Dan Walker look back at the recent cyclocross World Cup in Waterloo, Wis., sick tailwhips ...…
 
C’est à ton Tour avec Kevin Laramée: Résumé de l’Étape 16, 17 et 18 Animée par Kevin Laramée, C’est à ton Tour est une balado-diffusion entièrement dédiée au Tour de France et au cyclisme. @KevLaramee @SportsPodNet http://sportspodcastingnetwork.com http://sportsinspired.ca Advertisements __ATA.cmd.push(function() { __ATA.initSlot('atatags-9534 ...…
 
C’est à ton Tour avec Kevin Laramée: Résumé de l’Étape 13 à 15 et Prédictions pour la 3e Semaine Animée par Kevin Laramée, C’est à ton Tour est une balado-diffusion entièrement dédiée au Tour de France et au cyclisme. @KevLaramee @SportsPodNet http://sportspodcastingnetwork.com http://sportsinspired.ca…
 
C’est à ton Tour avec Kevin Laramée: Résumé de l’Étape 12 Thomas Dompte L’Alpe d’Huez Animée par Kevin Laramée, C’est à ton Tour est une balado-diffusion entièrement dédiée au Tour de France et au cyclisme. @KevLaramee @SportsPodNet http://sportspodcastingnetwork.com http://sportsinspired.caBy Kevin Laramee.
 
C’est à ton Tour avec Kevin Laramée: Résumé de l’Étape 10 et 11 Thomas en Jaune! Animée par Kevin Laramée, C’est à ton Tour est une balado-diffusion entièrement dédiée au Tour de France et au cyclisme. @KevLaramee @SportsPodNet http://sportspodcastingnetwork.com http://sportsinspired.caBy Kevin Laramee.
 
C’est à ton Tour avec Kevin Laramée: Résumé de l’Étape 9 Arras Citadelle-Roubaix Animée par Kevin Laramée, C’est à ton Tour est une balado-diffusion entièrement dédiée au Tour de France et au cyclisme. @KevLaramee @SportsPodNet http://sportspodcastingnetwork.com http://sportsinspired.caBy Kevin Laramee.
 
C’est à ton Tour avec Kevin Laramée: Résumé de l’Étape 7 Fougères-Chartres Animée par Kevin Laramée, C’est à ton Tour est une balado-diffusion entièrement dédiée au Tour de France et au cyclisme. @KevLaramee @SportsPodNet http://sportspodcastingnetwork.com http://sportsinspired.caBy Kevin Laramee.
 
C’est à ton Tour avec Kevin Laramée: Résumé de l’Étape 5 et 6 Animée par Kevin Laramée, C’est à ton Tour est une balado-diffusion entièrement dédiée au Tour de France et au cyclisme. @KevLaramee @SportsPodNet http://sportspodcastingnetwork.com http://sportsinspired.caBy Kevin Laramee.
 
C’est à ton Tour avec Kevin Laramée: Étape 4 La Beaule-Sarzeau Animée par Kevin Laramée, C’est à ton Tour est une balado-diffusion entièrement dédiée au Tour de France et au cyclisme. @KevLaramee @SportsPodNet http://sportspodcastingnetwork.com http://sportsinspired.caBy Kevin Laramee.
 
C’est à ton Tour avec Kevin Laramée: Résumé de l’Étape 3 Contre-la-Montre Par Équipe à Cholet Animée par Kevin Laramée, C’est à ton Tour est une balado-diffusion entièrement dédiée au Tour de France et au cyclisme. @KevLaramee @SportsPodNet http://sportspodcastingnetwork.com http://sportsinspired.caBy Kevin Laramee.
 
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