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The Telegraph Cycling Podcast is a podcast about all things cycling. Join journalists Richard Moore, Daniel Friebe and Lionel Birnie as they chat, interview and analyse the world of professional cycling.
Fat-bike Radio's Weekly Dose of Fat is an irreverent look at news and happenings in the world of fat-bikes. Bike and product reviews, interviews, travel news and bikepacking are all part of the show!
Cycling news, interviews and lifestyle
Bicycle news, culture and advocacy in Portland, Oregon. Broadcast monthly on KBOO FM 90.7
Friends talk about bikes and riding bikes. From commuting to competition, foreign or domestic, no topic is beneath our interest.
Resonance 104.4fm's weekly radio show (and podcast) devoted to the art, science, politics and transcendental pleasure of cycling, in London and beyond. Presented by Jack Thurston the show has been rolling since 2004, and continues to cover and uncover the intersections of cycling, culture, society and creativity. From Tour de France to roller-racing, from Brompton commuters to bicycle messengers, from Kraftwerk to hip hop, from urban design to countryside trips. Literature, history, travel, art, music, sport in a weekly half-hour show.
Many voices, one passion - pro cycling for fans, by fans
Semi-pro cycling is all about helping you take your racing to the next level. You’ll hear actionable strategies, tactics and frameworks from all the top cycling experts on how to turn yourself into the most powerful and smartest cyclist in your grade. From training and racing with a power meter for more efficient training to getting your body and mind ready for maximum performance through nutrition, mobility and biomechanics. Every Thursday at 8am (GMT+10) Semi-Pro Cycling will show you step-by-step how it’s done, and how you can start seeing results in your own cycling. Check out semiprocycling.com to learn more and find the resources mentioned in every show.
Cycling 360 is a roundtable discussion for road and triathlon cyclists. We call it "the show that will make you a better cyclist" Each show covers topics in detail like bike tech, nutrition, training techniques, coaching, bicycle fitting, racing tactics, bike repair, etc. Join your Cycling 360 hosts, Super Cycling Blogger, Darryl Kotyk from LovingtheBike.com, Pro Bicycle Fitter and Technical Cycling Expert Victor Jimenez from BicycleLab.com and TheFluentCyclist.com
No Serotta frames or Campy components. No coffee talk, no embrocartion talk. Don't agree with us? We don't care... "Allow these newly risen and so called Cycling Gods seethe with anger. Allow them to boil in their lies, for it will be us, the rightgeous, the almighty, the originals who will prevail."
Keep up to date with pro road cycling with news reports from the peloton. All the best stories in the sport compiled for daily listening. This new daily format replaces the previous Velocast weekly discussion show which can now be found by subscribing at velocast.cc
A Cycling Training and Nutrition Podcast devoted to the needs of the Everyday Cyclist. Join cycling fitness expert and owner for Cyclo-CLUB, Graeme Street each week for new cycling tips, secrets, updated, workouts, and cycling podcasts.
Rouleur is a highly acclaimed bi-monthly cycling magazine. It brings together leading cycling writers and photographers to convey the essence and imagery of road racing. Rouleur features photography and serious writing celebrating the passion and beauty of the sport and has built a dedicated and valuable following from both discerning cycling fans and the most influential bike riders in the world. The magazine appeals to those who, like us, are passionate about the sport, but don't want to read bike tests and race reports. Instead, the magazine focuses on exquisite photography and writing that really gets under the skin of the great riders and theatres of road racing.
The Spokesmen Podcast is a regular roundtable discussion of all of the issues and events surrounding the world of cycling. It features some of the most well-known producers and hosts of cycling podcasts and internet sites.
A monthly dose of your Portland transit and low-car lifestyle news delivered in an audio format.
This is the enhanced feed of The FredCast Cycling Podcast - The FredCast Cycling Podcast is devoted to recreational and endurance cyclists. Now in its seventh year, The FredCast focuses on topics of interest to high-end recreational and endurance cyclist. The show contains news, gear reviews, ride reviews, features, interviews and PodSafe cycling music.
From PedalAnything.com: The Pedal Anything Cycling Podcast. We talk bicycles, the cycling lifestyle, bicycle advocacy, pro cycling and much more!
Live web show hosted by cycling sportswriters Neil Browne and Dan Wuori
The VeloCast - This Week In Cycling History show is an audio podcast that details and analyses the important historical events in professional road cycling and discusses how the impact on the sport today. Hosted by John Galloway & Cillian Kelly
July 3 | It’s the day before the start of the Tour de France and the Telegraph Cycling Podcast team of Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe are in Utrecht as the clock counts down to the opening time trial. They report back from the pre-race press conferences and assess the statements and body language of some of the riders who will shape the race – including defending champion Vincenzo Nibali, Mark Cavendish and Chris Froome. We also hear from Luke Rowe, who will be making his Tour debut for Team Sky. The time for speculation and predictions is over. The scene is set for the 2015 Tour de France. Tomorrow… the race starts for real. The Telegraph Cycling Podcast is supported by Jaguar.
Weekly Dose of Fat – Show Number 61 – Friday, July 3rd, 2015 Jonny Rauth from Winnipeg getting some air. Intros all around. Sven, Gomez and J.K. are back after a short Summer hiatus! Fat-Bike Radio is brought to you by Surly – Learn more at http://surlybikes.com . On this week’s show Chchchchangess Radio Promo Contest – Winner New Regional Segment New Call In Question Segment – we reveal the question Cheers! Framed Bikes Contest Winners 1st – Robert Taylor wins a Framed Carbon frame and fork 2nd – Bob Prohaska wins the Minnesota 4.0 fat-bike tires 3rd – Dominic gets that sweet set of Steak Knives New Regional Segment explained. We are looking for regional reports from you fat-bike riders out there. If you can call in once a month and give us a report we’d love to hear from you. Shoot us a note to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Fat-bike Ambassador” Another new Segment is the Call In Question. We will have a weekly topical question to discuss on the show. Question for the show that...
The chances of favourites Chris Froome, Nairo Quintana, Alberto Contador and defending champion Vincenzo Nibali are assessed, whilst Alex Dowsett looks ahead to his first Tour.
Alon and Jocelyn discuss women's competitive and endurance cycling with Jenn Levo, Heather VanValkenburg and Hazel Gross from "Let's Race Bikes" and Abby Watson from Rapha.
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Tour de France Preview Part II and our Velogames Fantasy League and Listener Contest details! Put your team together on Velogames.com and join us in the Workingman's Fantasy Bicycle League! League Code 25205419.Episode LinksiTunes (Subscribe! Leave us a review!): The Workingman's Honest Bicycle ProgramSprinter Della Casamattio Twitter: @_mattioGreg Twitter: @grolbyEmail us at email@example.com
June 29 | Just a few days before the 2015 Tour de France kicks off in Utrecht, The Cycling Podcast team met up to preview the race. Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe look at the route that lies ahead of the riders, weighing up the importance of the time trials, the cobbles and the mountain climbs. And they run through the teams and riders who are most likely to create the drama and talking points over the next three weeks. Richard, Lionel and Daniel will be producing a podcast every day at the Tour de France, starting on Friday, July 3, on the eve of the race. To listen, add The Cycling Podcast on iTunes, or check out thecyclingpodcast.com.
With just a few days until the start of the 2015 Tour de France, cycling author, journalist and photographer Guy Andrews joins Jack Thurston to look forward to one of the most eagerly anticipated grand tours in decades. With four strong contenders and an action-packed parcours, the race promises three weeks of bike racing excitement.
Are you ready for the 2015 Tour de France? Here’s our race preview, plus a quick look back at what else has been happening over the past two weeks. Listen here: https://bikesandbidons.files.wordpress.com/2015/06/vvpodcast_06282015final.mp3 Links Tour de Suisse review Ster ZLM Toer results and reports (cyclingnews.com) Route du Sud results and reports (cyclingnews.com) Tour de France official race website Velogames fantasy cycling – Once you’ve chosen your team, we will be on the drop-down Featured League menu, or alternatively our league code is 24101515. Next podcast: Monday 13th July You can also subscribe to the podcast via iTunes, Player.fm or directly by clicking on this link.
We all struggle with making enough time to ride. In this tip Victor give you a few ideas on how to find time. You actually have more time than you think.
Summer is here, and that can only mean one thing - Le Tour de France! This is our blockbuster edition lead-in to the Tour. We discuss the big picture of how we feel about the race and what it means, before covering the Big Four contenders for this year. And then we finally tackle a subject that always closely follows the Tour: doping. That would've been a depressing note to end on, so we pulled it out with a hearty thumbs up and a call for you to stay tuned for our Velogames Fantasy Tour de France Listener CONTEST!Episode LinksiTunes (Subscribe! Leave us a review!): The Workingman's Honest Bicycle ProgramSprinter Della Casamattio Twitter: @_mattioGreg Twitter: @grolbyEmail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
June 24 | In the final regular episode of the Telegraph Cycling Podcast before the Tour de France, Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe discuss the Tour de Suisse, the Women’s Tour and the Route du Sud. For the Tour favourites last week’s stage races were the last major tests before they gather in Utrecht for the Grand Départ. Alberto Contador took his Giro-winning form into the Pyrenees, winning the Route du Sud ahead of Nairo Quintana. In Switzerland, meanwhile, Simon Spilak was the winner with Geraint Thomas second. Thomas will go to the Tour to support Team Sky leader Chris Froome as he bids for his second victory. Italy’s Vincenzo Nibali is the reigning champion and the other member, along with Contador and Quintana, of cycling’s current ‘Big Four.’ They are the favourite for the Tour, though in Switzerland the great French hope, Thibaut Pinot, showed great form and maturity and he will be aiming for stage wins, and possibly the podium, in July. Lionel reports back from the...
The title says it all. We talk about the metric system. A lot.
Mark Cavendish has won 25 Tour de France stages and the World Road Race title during a stellar career. The Secret World of Sprinting sees him reveal all the tricks of the trade.
Carbon or Titanium This quick tip is about selecting a new carbon or titanium frame What are the properties of each Why would anyone select one over the other. But isn’t Ti heavier? Learn how to properly care for your high end Carbon bike.
Not mattio and Andrew, but it is the State Fair Affair! A special live crossover episode that mattio recorded down at the local races with Andrew Thompson of the Super Number One Cycling podcast! Andrew and mattio discuss crashing, local racing and… food co-ops? This is a little different from our usual fare, but well worth a listen.Episode LinksiTunes (Subscribe! Leave us a review!): The Workingman's Honest Bicycle Programmattio Twitter: @_mattioGreg Twitter: @grolbyAndrew Twitter: @theNthAndrewEmail us at email@example.com
June 15 | This week's Telegraph Cycling Podcast features interviews with Sir Dave Brailsford, who reflects on Sir Bradley Wiggins' hour record, and Dani King, who looks ahead to the second Aviva Women's Tour. "It was gritty," said Brailsford on Wiggins' record, set in the London velodrome last Sunday. "It was hard for him, he really had to grind it out, he had to dig very deep but he paced it well. It was great to be back in the track. It brought a lot of memories flooding back." Having been involved in so many of Wiggins' successes, including his 2012 Tour de France win, Brailsford was reluctant to rank them in any order: "Each one is special in its own right, but the Tour was more like a test match - it dawned on everyone more slowly." The podcast team of Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe also discuss a thrilling Critérium du Dauphiné. The race see-sawed as reigning Tour de France champion Vincenzo Nibali claimed the lead with two days to go, only to relinquish it the following...
A four-minute prologue, a four-month hour and a week in 18 seconds: Panache, Kitty and Midge turn back time to talk about the Tour of Luxembourg, The Hour Record and the Criterium du Dauphine. A touch of Switzerland and an Ode to Kenny Elissonde and that rounds out this week’s 59-minute podcast. Listen here: https://bikesandbidons.files.wordpress.com/2015/06/vvpodcast06142015_final.mp3 Links Criterium du Dauphine review Tour de Luxembourg results and reports (cyclingnews.com) Bradley Wiggins Hour record (cyclingnews.com) Tweets of the Hour Next podcast: Monday 29th June You can also subscribe to the podcast via iTunes, Player.fm or directly by clicking on this link.
The final stage of the race today, and a fascinating nail-biting affair it was too. Tejay van Garderen made a valiant defence of his yellow jersey, but both the stage win and the overall were taken today by Chris Froome.
It was the Queen stage at the Dauphine today. And on it it we saw Chris Froome easing some worries regarding his form in this race by grinding out an impressive win to the summit finish at Le Bettex at Saint-Gervais Mont Blanc
Show Notes for Podcast #2: Goal of Podcast – Explain why you may want to consider a wider hub than “normal” in the future Introductory info: Q-Factor Diagram Boost Hubs – 148mm spacing rear, 110mm front 150/157mm rear spacing – Long time standard for downhill bikes Chain line basics Sheldon Brown on chainline Chainrings are 7.5-8mm apart Boost 148 – moves cassette out by 3mm 150/157 – moves cassette out by 7.5mm Raceface Cinch bottom bracket compatibility chart (including 83mm BBs) Wider hubs – wheel stuff Wider hubs = stronger wheels A wider hub increases the “bracing angle” of the spokes giving side forces on the rim less leverage to decrease the spoke tension. The Bicycle Wheel by Jobst Brandt Tire/drivetrain clearance Two primary issues with 3” or bigger tires Chain rub on tire Keeping chainstays thick enough to be strong/stiff without compromising tire or chainring clearance Both of the above are solved by moving the chain line outward (getting chainrings out of way) Wider hubs allow...
This week we are joined by elite racer and rad human Heidi Goodson to discuss the North Star Grand Prix (formerly the Nature Valley Grand Prix), and more specifically the lack of a women's field in the race. Also up for discussion are thoughts on race and payout equality and a proposal for tying payouts to field size. And of course, some of the usual silliness.Episode LinksiTunes (Subscribe! Leave us a review!): The Workingman's Honest Bicycle Programmattio Twitter: @_mattioGreg Twitter: @grolbyEmail us at firstname.lastname@example.orgMusic: "Life Before Wartime," by Maxwell's Demon
The predicted wet weather finally arrived at the Dauphine today. And with it we saw the peloton strewn across the parcours and a breakaway group containing such luminaries as Vincenzo Nibali, Alejandro Valverde, Rui Costa, Tony Gallopin and Tony Martin.
Weekly Dose of Fat – Show Number 60 – Friday, June 12th, 2015 Jocelyn Gaudi Interview Seems the recording apparatus had a bit of a hissy fit so my apologies but this is a great show anyway! Sven and Uncle Gomez are joined by J.K. Livin in the studio today! Fat-Bike Radio is brought to you by the Surly Ice Cream Truck – Black Ops Edition. http://surlybikes.com On this week’s show Our Special Guest is Jocelyn gowdy representing team Komoreebi and Portland Design Works – ala choy Weekly dose of Fat Links from the interwebz Words about our Summer Hiatus Beers Base Camp Brewing Intents IPL http://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/29619/87986/ Hop Woerk Uurban Brewery – -Rise Up Red http://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/16353/51064/ Alameda Brewing Black Bear XX Stout http://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/2980/16046/ Thanks to Jocelyn from PDW for the Beer Buzz this week! Interview with Jocelyn Gaudi from PDW and the Komorebi Cycling Team Bike rental in PDX http://www.rideyrbike.com/fat...
We brought in Applied Sport Psychologist, Carrie Cheadle for this episode so she could share her expertise on visualization. Not only can visualization improve your performance on the bike, but it can help you achieve things in all areas of your life. Visualization is a powerful tool, and many of todays top athletes have incorporated it as part of their training. It’s a topic that has interested Darryl and Victor for a long time and they couldn’t wait for this show so they could learn more. For more on Carrie Cheadle and her services, visit www.carriecheadle.com, or check out her book: On Top of Your Game: Mental Skills to Maximize Your Athletic Performance. Included in this episode: The number one tip for improving your visualization skills How long visualization should last How belief fits in with visualization Benefits of visualization Overcoming negative images Proven success of visualization The importance of the five senses in visualization Additional Links: The Power of Mental Suffering...
The descent off the Col d'Allos was the launchpad, today, for Romain Bardet to escape the peloton and ride for a well-deserved victory to Pra-Loup.
I’m just back from my 5-day SOUL RIDE up to the White Mountains of NH. What a great experience it was and one where I used all my resources of training, recovery, and self-reliance. Today, I’ll share my experience, some ideas for your adventure rides, and some listener Q&A. Enjoy and please share.
If there's one thing we know about sprinter's stages at this year's Dauphine, it's that they’re won convincingly by breast-beating kick-boxer, Nacer Bouhanni.
Joining host Jack Thurston to pick over issue 55 of Rouleur magazine are editor managing editor Andy McGrath and Rouleur.cc editor Timothy John. The issue features a major feature on Alberto Contador by Spanish journalist Carlos Arribas and a 21 stage Tour de France road trip. Plus there’s a chance to win one of the new, ultra-desirable Rouleur t-shirts. Answers to email@example.com Issue 55 http://traffic.libsyn.com/thebikeshow/rouleur-podcast-55.mp3
The peloton split into squad formation today to tackle the Team Time Trial from Roanne to Montagny. And an interesting trial it proved to be for some. Team Sky looked decidedly average, Tinkoff-Saxo went AWOL, and BMC stole the show from Astana and Movistar.
While Cofidis rider Nacer Bouhanni was fast enough to show a clean pair of wheels to the rest of the peloton, there was a a bit of argy-bargy in the run-up.
June 7 | Join Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe in 'the Pringle', also known as the Lea Valley VeloPark, for Bradley Wiggins' attempt on the Hour record. Richard, Lionel and Daniel broadcast live from the track centre as Wiggins lapped the track in amid an incredible atmosphere. As the laps, and the clock, counted down the team were joined by a succession of guests who offered their insight. Hear from British Cycling's head honcho, Shane Sutton, journalists Ciro Scognamiglio of La Gazzetta dello Sport, Jill Douglas of the BBC, Orla Chennaoui of Sky News, Matt Rabin of Cannondale-Garmin and Simon Mottram of Rapha. There were also interviews with Chris Boardman, Graeme Obree, Alex Dowsett, Heiko Salzwedel, Rob Hayles and WIggins' mechanic Ernie Feargrieve. You can listen again to an edited version of the live broadcast here but if you want to listen to the full programme, check out mixlr.com/thecyclingpodcast This programme was brought to you by Jaguar. We won't spoil the outcome...
The sprinters were denied their moment of glory once again as Team Sky's Peter Kennaugh slipped the leash of small group to take an impressive solo win.
The Spokesmen Cycling Roundtable Podcast Episode 119 Velo-city 2015 June 7, 2015 Host: Carlton Reid Sponsors • Jenson USA • YOU! Please click the links in our show notes to support The Spokesmen WEB SITE: http://www.the-spokesmen.com The Spokesmen Cycling Roundtable Podcast is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommerical-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.
A look at what the 2015 parcourse promises, and also who might be looking to don the Dauphiné’s maillot jaune.
Weekly Dose of Fat – Show Number 59 Friday, June 5th, 2015 Tyler From Surly Says Farewell! Because good people need better fat bikes Sven and Gomez are here to talk about that. Plus, we’re joined by Mr. J.K. Livin in the studio. Today’s radio program is sponsored by the Surly Instigator 2.0 – Learn more at at http://surlybikes.com . On this week’s show Our Special Guest Tyler from Surly with his Farewell Address to the fat-bike nation Weekly Dose of Fatness Michael McColgan is going to share a Dirty Kanza Report with us We still have our radio promo contest going on! Links from the interwebz Beer Stop This week’s beer is the Pride of the Twin Cities! Grain Belt in both the 16oz Big Friendly can and the ever popular 12oz bottle. It’s an American Adjunct Lager BA 75 ABV 4.6% This week’s Beer Stop is sponsored by Uncle Dicks Bead Slip. http://uncledicksbikeshop.com RSD Bikes is having a sale! RSD Bikes is clearing out their 2015 Mayor fatbike for as low as $1399. Carbon fork and Bluto builds...
We all know that feeling of pure peacefulness while riding a bicycle, right? Well, how do we make sure that our life is constantly in a state of peace? Well, it may not be easy but in this quick tip Darryl goes over some of the ways he’s making room for peace in his life. Fleeting happiness is a whole lot different than inner peace. Let’s all work together and making it happen. Additional Links: Meditation for Cyclists
Alon and Jocelyn discuss the recent tragic fatality and several injury crashes with a Panel including: Jonathan Maus of BikePortland, Rob Sadowsky of the BTA, PBOT Bicycle Coordinator Roger Geller and Timur Ender from Commissioner Novick's office.
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We start by talking about Mike breaking his chain and disposing of it rather than trying to fix it. From there we move on to hot police officers in Italy, the BAR test in the state of New York and, of course, we make fun of Amgen. The SkullKrusher tried to play a game with Mike and Klaus, but they suck at it and he quickly gives up. Dudes don’t look good in yoga pants.
June 4 | On Sunday Sir Bradley Wiggins will attempt to set a new world hour record at the London Velodrome, and the Telegraph Cycling Podcast has a special preview show featuring interviews with Wiggins himself and the three Brits who have held the record: Graeme Obree, Chris Boardman and the current holder, Alex Dowsett. The hour record, Obree tells us, is the ultimate test for any cyclist: “A man-made Everest.” After calling time on his road career, Wiggins admits that he is happy to be back on the track: “It’s the stuff I love doing the most. It’s like a time trial, but the difference with this is you haven’t got Tony Martin or Fabian Cancellara to go up against. It’s so predictable, that gives me calm. If I could have made a career out of doing this it would’ve been much easier. This is one hour, at 16.3[-second] laps.” Wiggins has spoken of covering 55km, which would be more than 2km further than the mark set by Dowsett last month. He is comparing himself with some of the other former...
This is a week for Greg and mattio to unburden their consciences and be shamed for their transgressions. There’s also a fair bit of nattering on about nothing much in this one, and some Feelings about Strava. Follow us on Strava, by the way. If you want to.Episode LinksiTunes (Subscribe! Leave us a review!): The Workingman's Honest Bicycle Programmattio Twitter: @_mattioGreg Twitter: @grolbyEmail us at firstname.lastname@example.orgMusic: "Life Before Wartime," by Maxwell's Demon
As part of the BBC's Women's Sport Week this edition of BeSpoke is a Women’s special. Presenter OJ Borg is joined by cycling journalist and presenter Rebecca Charlton, cycling aficionado & blogger Sarah Connolly and British Cycling's Natalie Justice. We talk to Olympic & World Champion Dani King, World Downhill Mountain bike champion Rachel Atherton puts OJ through his paces, and former Olympian and now cycling campaigner Chris Boardman shares his thoughts on women's safety on the road.
John is joined by Steve McCaw of The Wheelroom to discuss the upcoming Wiggins Hour Record attempt.
June 2 | In this episode of The Telegraph Cycling Podcast Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe recap the final weekend of the Giro d'Italia. Alberto Contador wrapped up overall victory to clinch his second Giro title, although he claims it was his third, refusing to recognise he was stripped of his 2011 win. But on the Colle delle Finestre on Saturday, he looked vulnerable for the first time as Astana's Mikel Landa put on the pressure. We ask what implications this has for Contador's Tour de France challenge next month, considering his three main rivals, Vincenzo Nibali, Chris Froome and Nairo Quintana have not endured the rigours of a three-week grand tour. We also weigh up Astana's dominance of the mountain stages and look at the other riders who caught the eye. The Telegraph Cycling Podcast is sponsored by British Eurosport.
June 1 | This episode of The Cycling Podcast was our first live broadcast and went out on mixlr.com/thecyclingpodcast. Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe gathered in Lionel's lounge to answer listeners' questions.
At the end of a thrilling and unpredictable Giro d’Italia, we ask all the important questions, such as ‘Where was Kenny Elissonde?’ and ‘How do you pronounce Kruijswijk?’ And we talk a bit about the race itself, of course. Listen here: https://bikesandbidons.files.wordpress.com/2015/06/vvpodcast05312015_final.mp3 Links Giro stage 16 review Giro stage 17 review Giro stage 18 review Giro stage 19 review Giro stage 20 review Giro stage 21 review Giro d’Italia official race website Velogames website for Fantasy Giro d’Italia Criterium du Dauphine official race website Tour de Luxembourg official race website Next podcast: Monday 15th June You can also subscribe to the podcast via iTunes, Player.fm or directly by clicking on this link.
The Spokesmen Cycling Roundtable Podcast Episode 118 FIFA FO FUM May 31, 2015 Host: Carlton Reid Panelists: • Rich Kelly • Nel Browne Sponsors • Jenson USA • YOU! Please click the links in our show notes to support The Spokesmen WEB SITE: http://www.the-spokesmen.com The Spokesmen Cycling Roundtable Podcast is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommerical-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.
Weekly Dose of Fat – Show Number 58 – Friday, May 29th – 2015 Vincent Price inspired today’s intro! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PTJeckfseKc Sven and Gomez are in the studio and, like most weeks, we’re joined by J.K. Livin’. The weekly dose of fat is brought to you by our friends at Surly Bikes. http://surlybikes.com. On this week’s show Our Special Guest Kathi Merchant from the Iditarod Trail Invitational talks about the Fat Bike Expo to be held in conjunction with the 2016 ITI. We drink a beer Weekly Dose of Fat Links from the interwebz Cheers and Beers This week’s beer is Longboard Island Lager from Kona Brewing Company It is an American Pale Lager with 4.60% ABV. BA gives it a 77 whilst the Bros rate it an 80. This week’s Beer Buzz is sponsored by Uncle Dicks Bead Slip http://uncledicksbikeshop.com Kathi Merchant Interview http://www.fatbikeexpo.com/big-fat-ride/ http://www.fatbikeexpo.com/ Weekly Dose of Internet Fat Gomez is back on the Faceplace We talk about – http://plusbikes...
Kettle Bells In this quick tip we talk about how to improve your strength off the bike. What type of exercises should cyclists do for strength training? Are squats the right thing? What aspects to focus on. Low back Hamstrings Calfs Muscles that pull you backwards Sample Exercises Superman and variations Dead Lifts Yoga- variations of warrior Kettle Bell swings
May 27 | The Giro d'Italia entered its crucial final phase with a brutal stage in the mountains that took the riders over the Mortirolo and up to Aprica. Although the stage was won by the revelation of the race, Mikel Landa, it was Astana's tactics when their chief rival, and pink jersey holder, Alberto Contador, punctured that sparked the action, and plenty of controversy. The way Contador responded, by powering through the groups and back to the front of the race, proved that he was the strongest in the race. Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe gather to dissect the latest stages at the Giro, weigh up where Richie Porte goes from here after a disappointing and unlucky Giro and ask whether the sport's unwritten rules are worth the paper they're not written on.