[subscription channel 583]Best Cycling podcasts — All the latest in bicycling (updated July 29, 2015; image by smith_cl9)
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Le podcast du vélo au quotidien. Ici pas de course en vélo de 6kg ni de recherche de la performance, Mogore, Procillus et Grincheux vous racontent tout du vélo urbain, de la rando entre copains et du vélo utilitaire. Vous retrouverez l'actualité du vélo comme mode de déplacement, des dossiers pratiques et une bonne dose d'humour.
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.
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.
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
Simon Brotherton, Rob Hayles and Matt Slater bring you latest from cycling's most famous race: the Tour de France.
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
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!
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.
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.
Friends talk about bikes and riding bikes. From commuting to competition, foreign or domestic, no topic is beneath our interest.
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.
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.
Bicycle news, culture and advocacy in Portland, Oregon. Broadcast monthly on KBOO FM 90.7
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."
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
The thrilling conclusion of our 2015 Tour de France Spectacular! Best moments, winners and losers, general discussion. And the winner of our Velogames cycling league contest is revealed!Episode LinksiTunes (Subscribe! Leave us a review!): The Workingman's Honest Bicycle Programmattio Twitter: @_mattioGreg Twitter: @grolbyEmail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The podcast crew discuss the events of the final week of the 2015 Tour de France without spitting at each other once. And one of us celebrates being the new Raymond Poulidor. Listen here: https://bikesandbidons.files.wordpress.com/2015/07/vvpodcast07272015_final.mp3 Links Stage 16 review Stage 17 review Stage 18 review Stage 19 review Stage 20 review Stage 21 review Tour de France official race website Velogames fantasy cycling Next podcast: Monday 17th August You can also subscribe to the podcast via iTunes, Player.fm or directly by clicking on this link.
C’est l’été mais le podcast continue même si le temps de mise en ligne s’allonge parfois un peu. Dans ce 12ème épisode, vous retrouverez les rubriques habituelles; des news et des dossiers sur le recyclage des vélo et sur l’alchimie mais surtout nous avons un invité en la personne de Ruzak qui vient nous parler d’atelier associatif. Télécharger le MP3 Voici les liens cités dans cet épisode: Bike Data Project Le GRACQ Arnaud Manzanini Backward Brain Bicycle LyonCityCrunch Anjou Vintage Paris-Brest-Paris Le Recycleur Designing a Bike for the Perfect Commute Pour nous retrouver sur les Internets, voici nos comptes Twitter : Cyclocast Grincheux Mogore Procillus Et notre page FaceBook et pensez à nous laisser un petit message sur notre répondeur et un commentaire avec 5 étoiles sur iTunes, ça nous fait toujours plaisir.
July 27 | In the final VeloNews Tour de France podcast, Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie caught up with Andy Hood, Caley Fretz and VeloNews Editor-in-Chief John Bradley, on top of Alpe d'Huez. The VeloNews Cycling Podcast is supported by Jaguar.
The Spokesmen Cycling Roundtable Podcast Episode 121 Lavender in Their Chamois July 26, 2015 Host: David Bernstein Today’s Spokespeople: • Carlton Reid • Jim Moss • Tim Jackson • Neil Browne • Rich Kelly Topics Included: • Tour de France 2015 ◦ A race worthy (better than!) of the Giro! ◦ Disrespect of Team Sky ◦ Will Every High Performing Rider be Forever Suspect ◦ Geraint Thomas Crash ◦ Froome Contadored by Nibali ◦ How Sorry Saved The Family Business ◦ Where was Cavendish? ◦ Tejay abandons on stage 17 ◦ MTN-Qhubeka ◦ How 'bout that kid from Colombia? ◦ Why no TV coverage of Le Course in the U.S.? • Paris to Allow Cyclists to Run Red Lights • Cyclists - Why Do They Ride in The Middle of The Road? • Inexperienced Cyclists Using Bike Share • Why Aren't We Described as People? Bicyclist, 11, hit by car on University Avenue, police say • Mind Blown: You Can’t Forget How to Ride a Bike. Really? Sponsors • Jenson USA • YOU! Please click the links in our show notes to support The Spokesmen WEB...
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A brief show from John. Hey, it was procession day! Wrap up of this enthralling Tour with Cillian and Scott tomorrow.
Chris Froome makes history as he becomes Britain's first two-time winner of the Tour de France, completing the celebratory procession down the Champs-Élysées in his yellow jersey.
As Scott heads to Paris for the finale of Le Tour John is joined by Cillian Kelly of This Week in Cycling History and Irishpeloton.com to discuss a thrilling stage to Alpe d'Huez in this edited version of The Velocast. The full version of this show can be found by subscribing at http://velocast.cc
Chris Froome is set for glory in Paris after surviving Nairo Quintana's thrilling attack on Alpe D'Huez.
July 25 | The penultimate episode of the Telegraph Cycling Podcast from this year's Tour de France comes from the top of Alpe d'Huez after Thibaut Pinot's stunning victory for France and shortly after Chris Froome's press conference. Pinot, like his compatriot Romain Bardet, rescued a shaky Tour with a fabulous win on the iconic Alpe while the battle for the yellow jersey finally burst into life further down the mountain. Nairo Quintana and his Movistar team-mates pulled off a smart tactical move to put Froome under the most pressure he's faced during this Tour. In this episode of the podcast, Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe are joined by La Gazzetta Dello Sport's correspondent Ciro Scognamiglio to discuss the stage. They also ask where this leaves Froome now, there's an argument about the worth of the king of the mountains competition and a look ahead to the Tour's final sprint on the Champs-Élysées on Sunday. There's also an interview with Team Sky's Luke Rowe, who is set...
Simon Brotherton, Rob Hayles & Matt Slater react to Chris Froome having his overall Tour lead cut by Nairo Quintana. Defending champ Vincenzo Nibali rode clear to win the stage.
July 24 | This episode of the Telegraph Cycling Podcast comes from La Toussuire after an impressive stage victory by defending champion Vincenzo Nibali. But it was controversial too, because the Italian was accused of launching his race-winning attack just as yellow jersey holder Chris Froome had a problem with his bike. A stone got caught between Froome's rear wheel and his brakes, forcing him to stop briefly to remove it. Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe discuss the rights and wrongs of 'attacking' the yellow jersey when he has a mechanical problem and also the unsavoury footage which appeared to show a spectator spitting at Froome. There's also an interview with the South African Robbie Hunter, a sports director with the Cannondale-Garmin team now but a former team-mate of Froome's at the Barloworld team in 2008. Plus there's an exclusive chat with Oleg Tinkov, owner of the Tinkoff-Saxo team about the future of cycling, and other things.
Like most things in life, we tend not to make too many adjustments and like to go through with something that is familiar and comfortable. Well, we all know that Darryl likes to shake things up….but does his rebel attitude apply to his bike? Tune into this quick tip where he talks about getting comfortable and making small adjustments to your bike.
Weekly Dose of Fat – Show Number 64 – Friday, July 24th, 2015 This week it is Sven and JK in the studio with a few segments from Westward Ho, Gomez! Fat-Bike Radio, and The Weekly Dose of Fat, is brought to you by Surly. Check out their bikes, wares and such at http://surlybikes.com. On this week’s show: We will be check in in with Gomez who has a couple of segments from his Field Trip We will be taking call in guests all show to ask the question Do extreme adventures like attempts to cross Antarctica on a fat-bike inspire you or make you go, HUH? We reveal next week’s Call-in question We’ll talk fat-bike news with the Fatty Farm Field Report And, as always, we’ve got Links Next week’s Call in Question? How do you feel about USA Cycling’s involvement with Fat-Bike Racing? Call in next week Wednesday from 8-9 CST to 818-918-2453 and let’s discuss. Travis from Anchorage is our first Fat-bike Ambassador. We are still on the hunt for other Regional Reporters who can call in with a report about...
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Romain Bardet solos to victory at Saint Jean de Maurienne, Voeckler runs the gamut of gurns, and we predict the greatest ever finale to a Tour de France. The full version of this show can be found by subscribing at http://velocast.cc
Kilometre 0 is supported by Jaguar Kilometre 0 is the official start, after the départ fictif, for each day’s stage of the Tour de France. It is also a new show from The Cycling Podcast, taking listeners behind the scenes at the Tour and along for the ride on the world’s biggest bike race. KM0 will be released every weekday morning for the three weeks of the Tour. In the final episode, Daniel Friebe talks to Christian Prudhomme (Prudy), General Director of Tour de France, about his life before, during and after Le Tour.
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Romain Bardet earns a second home stage win in this year's Tour de France as Chris Froome remains in the yellow jersey at the end of Stage 18.
July 23 | The Telegraph Cycling Podcast with Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe comes from St Jean de Maurienne in the Alps after a majestic stage win for French rider Romain Bardet at the Tour de France. This episode of the podcast discusses the stage and the overall battle for the yellow jersey between Chris Froome and his rivals. And, with two more days left in the Alps, we ask whether the shorter stages to come will provoke a more explosive battle for the overall lead. There's the award of the daily Pédaleur de Charme award and a special feature with Lampre's enigmatic Italian rider Filippo Pozzato and La Gazzetta dello Sport's Ciro Scognamiglio. The Telegraph Cycling Podcast is supported by Jaguar
Giant-Alpecin's Simon Geschke takes an impressive solo win to Pra-Loup, while a crash scuppers Contador's podium hopes.
Simon Brotherton, Rob Hayles & Matt Slater discuss Simon Geschke's stage 17 win in the Alps, as Chris Froome remains as overall leader. Also hear from Geraint Thomas & Team Sky.
July 22 | This episode of The Telegraph Cycling Podcast was originally broadcast live from the press room at the foot of Pra Loup, the final climb of stage 17 of the Tour. Join Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe – plus La Gazzetta dello Sport's Ciro Scognamiglio – as they discuss Simon Geschke's impressive stage win in the Alps, Tejay Van Garderen's abandon and crashes for Thibaut Pinot and Alberto Contador. In the second half of the show, The Telegraph Cycling Podcast team take questions from listeners, which were posted on Twitter. The Telegraph Cycling Podcast is supported by Jaguar
Kilometre 0 is supported by Jaguar Kilometre 0 is the official start, after the départ fictif, for each day’s stage of the Tour de France. It is also a new show from The Cycling Podcast, taking listeners behind the scenes at the Tour and along for the ride on the world’s biggest bike race. KM0 will be released every weekday morning for the three weeks of the Tour. Every team at the Tour de France has a fleet of vehicles – team cars, a bus and camper van for the riders, a truck for the mechanics, a mobile kitchen and other support vans and cars... Lionel Birnie goes behind the scenes to find out what it's like on the buses and what keeps these vehicles on the road.
It's the second rest day of this year's tour as the team discuss Team Sky's publishing of Chris Froome's performance data. We also hear from Team Sky boss Dave Brailsford.
July 21 | In the second episode of the VeloNews Tour de France podcast, Lionel Birnie caught up with Andy Hood and Caley Fretz over a rest day lunch in Gap. On the menu is a discussion about the Tour so far, Chris Froome's patience under fire and the science behind his oval chainrings. There's also an assessment of the American challenge and Tejay Van Garderen's chances of making the podium, plus a look ahead to the Alpine stages. The VeloNews Cycling Podcast is supported by Jaguar.
Kilometre 0 is supported by Jaguar Kilometre 0 is the official start, after the départ fictif, for each day’s stage of the Tour de France. It is also a new show from The Cycling Podcast, taking listeners behind the scenes at the Tour and along for the ride on the world’s biggest bike race. KM0 will be released every weekday morning for the three weeks of the Tour. In this episode, Richard Moore is abandoned by Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe on the Col de Manse, the final climb of stage 16, to watch the race with the people who create the Tour de France's special atmosphere – the fans.
The middle week of the Tour de France saw Chris Froome slapping down his rivals in the Pyrenees, Steve Cummings give MTN-Qhubeka a dream win on Mandela Day and Peter Sagan take charge of the green jersey competition despite remaining winless. Listen here: https://bikesandbidons.files.wordpress.com/2015/07/vvpodcast07192015.m4a Links Stage 10 review Stage 11 review Stage 12 review Stage 13 review Stage 14 review Stage 15 review Tour de France official race website Velogames fantasy cycling Next podcast: Tuesday 28th July You can also subscribe to the podcast via iTunes, Player.fm or directly by clicking on this link.
It’s the end of the second week of this year’s Tour de France, just time for us – and the riders – to catch our breaths before the final week and the showdown in the Alps. Joining Jack Thurston for this Rest Day Review is Simon Warren, a man who knows cycling’s great ups and […]
Kilometre 0 is supported by Jaguar Kilometre 0 is the official start, after the départ fictif, for each day’s stage of the Tour de France. It is also a new show from The Cycling Podcast, taking listeners behind the scenes at the Tour and along for the ride on the world’s biggest bike race. KM0 will be released every weekday morning for the three weeks of the Tour. In this episode, Kathy LeMond, wife of three-time Tour de France winner Greg LeMond, talks about what it was like to travel round the Tour in the 1980s while her husband was trying to win the race...
ツールドフランスってレースとしてどうなの？？ 新城選手の今後の動向は？？ エスケープは絶対に読むべき！！
ツールドフランスってレースとしてどうなの？？ 新城選手の今後の動向は？？ エスケープは絶対に読むべき！！
Simon Brotherton, Rob Hayles & Matt Slater react to Geraint Thomas's spectacular crash on the 16th Stage. Ruben Plaza took the stage win, as Chris Froome retains his overall lead.
July 20 | In this edition of the Telegraph Cycling Podcast, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe are joined by VeloNews correspondent Andy Hood to discuss Ruben Plaza's victory in the 16th stage of the Tour de France. The veteran Spaniard negotiated the fast, tricky and hazardous descent of the Col de Manse on the run-in to Gap to win the stage, despite a spirited attempt by Peter Sagan to catch him. The descent was also notable for a collision between Warren Barguil and Geraint Thomas that sent the Welshman flying. Thomas hit his head on a telegraph pole and had to be helped back to the road before getting back on his bike. We hear from Thomas and Barguil. There's also an interview with the man from the Slovak TV crew whose job it is to follow Sagan every day at the Tour... and there's a perhaps predictable, but thoroughly deserved, winner of the Pédaleur de Charme prize. The Telegraph Cycling Podcast is supported by Jaguar
Our analysis of Stage 15 and a look ahead to stage 16 which finishes in Tour de France favourite, Gap.
The 2015 Tour de France is done with the Pyrenees and poised to enter the Alps for its final week. Greg and mattio break down the stories so far, including the stages, the G.C. and a brief discussion of the inevitable doping questions. And of course, the Workingman's Fantasy Bicycle League standings!Episode LinksThe Cycling PodcastScience of SportiTunes (Subscribe! Leave us a review!): The Workingman's Honest Bicycle Programmattio Twitter: @_mattioGreg Twitter: @grolbyEmail us at email@example.com
Reaction from Simon Brotherton, Rob Hayles and Matt Slater as Andre Greipel sprints to his third stage win. Plus we hear from Chris Froome who comfortably kept his overall lead.
July 19 | This episode of the Telegraph Cycling Podcast comes from Valence after the end of the 15th stage of the Tour de France, which was won by Germany’s Andre Greipel ahead of his compatriot John Degenkolb. Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe are joined by Ciro Scognamiglio of Italian sports paper La Gazzetta dello Sport to discuss the day’s events. And, following a tetchy press conference with the yellow jersey wearer Chris Froome, they discuss whether the relationships between Team Sky and some sections of the media can recover or whether the Tour’s narrative is stuck in a loop. The Telegraph Cycling Podcast is supported by Jaguar
Kilometre 0 is supported by Jaguar Kilometre 0 is the official start, after the départ fictif, for each day’s stage of the Tour de France. It is also a new show from The Cycling Podcast, taking listeners behind the scenes at the Tour and along for the ride on the world’s biggest bike race. KM0 will be released every weekday morning for the three weeks of the Tour. Daniel Friebe takes a day away from the Tour to witness Lance Armstrong's return to France to take part in a charity ride with former England footballer Geoff Thomas. In this episode, we hear from journalists, including David Walsh, one of those who investigated, Armstrong, and Armstrong himself.
It was double British delight at the finish in Mende as Steve Cummings claimed a first stage win, while Chris Froome extended his lead. Yet the stage was not without controversy.
July 18 | This edition of the Telegraph Cycling Podcast comes from the airfield at Mende where Britain's Steve Cummings secured a first Tour de France stage win for the South African MTN-Qhubeka team on Mandela Day. After getting into the day's big break, Cummings rode a brilliantly-measured race, judging his effort on the steep climb in Mende and catching Frenchmen Romain Bardet and Thibaut Pinot on the flat run-in to the finish line. But the day was overshadowed by the news that Chris Froome said he had a cup of urine thrown over him by a spectator during the Tour. Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe discuss Cumming's stage win and the fragile pact between Tour de France riders and spectators following the incident with Froome, and the news that his Sky team-mate Richie Porte had been punched by a fan, as revealed by the Telegraph Cycling Podcast. The Telegraph Cycling Podcast is supported by Jaguar
Edited highlights from today's Stage 13 analysis. http://velocast.cc
Greg van Avermaet beats Peter Sagan in a dramatic sprint finish in Rodez. Chris Froome finishes in sixth place to maintain his healthy yellow jersey lead.
今週は・・・・ ツールドフランスは佳境に入ったのか？？入ってないのか？？ 見ないからこそ、見えてくる物。 ロードレースの面白さが本当にツールドフランスにあるの？？ グランツールの中でもツールだけが持つ特殊性。 チーム間の戦力差が生む現状に問題はないのか？？ UCIの変革にチーム側が反対！？。 抜本的な構造改革は必要ではないのか？？ リーダーシップのあるスポーツ団体は実は少ないのでは？？ UCIからのTOJの評価が・・・・！！ お互い褒められて伸びるタイプですね（笑。 などなどをお届けしています。
July 17 | In the latest edition of The Telegraph Cycling Podcast, Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe reflect on a sweltering stage 13 to Rodez. The Belgian rider Greg Van Avermaet consigned Tinkoff-Saxo’s Peter Sagan to his 15th second place in Tour stages. Sagan’s consolation was that he extended his lead over Andre Greipel in his quest to win the green jersey for the fourth year in a row. However, the mystery of Sagan’s inability to turn second places into victories continues. There’s also a powerful, not-to-be-missed interview with Team Sky’s Richie Porte, who was punched by a spectator in the Pyrenees. The Australian talks about the abuse he and his team-mates are having to put up with. “To be quite honest with you it’s getting to the point where some of the journalists who are whipping up the rubbish that they are need to be accountable for our safety a little bit as well,” said Porte. “Do I deserve to be booed? Does Chris Froome deserve all this? I don’t think so. Maybe...
Weekly Dose of Fat – Show Number 63 – Friday, July 17th, 2015 Welcome to The Weekly Dose of Fat. Sven is in the studio today with a call-in form JK and a couple of special segments from the traveling Gomez! Fat-Bike Radio, and The Weekly Dose of Fat is brought to you by Surly. Check out their bikes,wares and such at http://surlybikes.com. On this week’s show: We will be taking calls all show to ask the question Is your fat-bike your all-season friend or a Winter fling? We reveal next week’s Call-in question We check in at the Fatty Farm Field Report Check in from JK Special Segments from Gomez Links Next Week’s Call In Question revealed Do extreme adventures like attempts to cross Antarctica on a fat-bike inspire you or make you go, HUH? Call in next week Wednesday from 8-9 CST to 818-918-2453 and let’s discuss. Welcome to this week’s Fatty Farm Field Report Tour Talk? Specialized leaks reveal Women’s Fat-bike called the Helga Fat-bike Links eFat-bikes in Jackson Hole! http://www.jhnewsandguide...