Best Cycling podcasts (updated May 22, 2015). All the latest in bicycling.
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.
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.
Many voices, one passion - pro cycling for fans, by fans
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.
A monthly dose of your Portland transit and low-car lifestyle news delivered in an audio format.
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
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 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
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.
Friends talk about bikes and riding bikes. From commuting to competition, foreign or domestic, no topic is beneath our interest.
5 live's dedicated cycling show featuring all the latest cycling news and interviews with OJ Borg.
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."
Bicycle news, culture and advocacy in Portland, Oregon. Broadcast monthly on KBOO FM 90.7
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Eurosport Cycling Podcast (formerly known as VeloCast) is a weekly cycling podcast that takes an irreverent look at the professional cycling road racing scene. Hosted by Scott O'Raw & John Galloway
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
Weekly Dose of Fat – Show Number 57 – Friday, May 22nd – 2015 Certain Fat-Bike.com executives feel it would be a little unkind to present this show without just a word of friendly warning…weeelll…we’ve warned you! Sven and Gomez are joined in the studio today by the one and only, 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 is Scott Quiring here to tell us about Jordan Wakeley’s new race bike, fat-tandems and other fat-bike goodness We drink a beer from our Beer Shaman – Julio dot Com Weekly Dose of Fat We talk about the world premier of the FAT CAMP Podcast. Links from around the Net The Beer Stop Thanks to Julio.com, this week’s beer is Zombie Dust Pale Ale from Three Floyds! This is a 100 point beer over there at BA! 6.2% ABV 50 IBUs Kick Ass Label Art! http://www.3floyds.com/beer/zombie-dust/ http://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/26/64228/ This week’s Beer Buzz is sponsored by Uncle...
I know, it seems so simple and maybe even a little weird. But just smiling can help improve your performance. Even if you dont want to smile. Listen to this quick tip and embrace the power of the smile
What are the "little things" you could do off the bike to chase marginal gains? Alex Hutchinson answers an e-mail from a young elite cyclist who was looking to break through to the next level. Everything from supplements to sleep, and heat acclimatisation to brain endurance training.
May 19 | Richard Moore and Daniel Friebe are joined by William Fotheringham as they look back on the first thrilling week of the Giro d'Italia and the Tour of California. The Tour of California was won in sensational fashion by Peter Sagan, but what was the secret behind his victory - we reveal all. We also discuss William's book, Bernard Hinault: The Fall and Rise of French Cycling, which is published this week. The Telegraph Cycling Podcast is sponsored by British Eurosport.
Orica-GreenEDGE put three different riders into the pink jersey, but at the end of a frenetic first week of the Giro d’Italia the maglia rosa sits on the twice-dislocated shoulder of Alberto Contador. Chris, Midge and Tim review the action from the first nine stages. Listen here: https://bikesandbidons.files.wordpress.com/2015/05/vvpodcast05182015_final.mp3 Links Tour of California review Giro stage 1 review Giro stage 2 review Giro stage 3 review Giro stage 4 review Giro stage 5 review Giro stage 6 review Giro stage 7 review Giro stage 8 review Giro stage 9 review Giro d’Italia official race website Velogames website for Fantasy Giro d’Italia Next podcast: Monday 25th May You can also subscribe to the podcast via iTunes, Player.fm or directly by clicking on this link.
Joining host Jack Thurston to pick over issue 54 of Rouleur magazine are editor Ian Cleverly, managing editor Andy McGrath and veteran cycling photographer Geoff Waugh. This edition includes excerpts from the Q&A session after the London premiere of Benedict Campbell’s cyclocross film, For the Love of Mud. There’s a chance to win a DVD of For the Love of Mud and a matching cycling cap, courtesy of kind Mr Campbell. Answers to email@example.com Issue 54 http://traffic.libsyn.com/thebikeshow/rouleur-podcast-54.mp3
With Mychal Tetteh, CEO of the Community Cycling Center, we talk about how to make new bicycling advocates from everyday non-wonks.
In light of his dislocated shoulder, today’s summit finish was a big test for the Maglia Rosa. However, despite a fearsome pace set by Astana, and an attack by Fabio Aru on the final climb, Alberto Contador, and his shoulder, were up to the challenge of defending his general classification lead.
Aside from Bert’s bruises, today’s somewhat transitional stage was heavily weighted towards the final 200m, where we saw a powerhouse sprint from Lampre-Merida’s Diego Ulissi to take the win.
Weekly Dose of Fat – Show Number #56 Friday, May, 15th- 2015 – Interview with Ned Overend Sven and Gomez are joined in the studio by Mr. J.K. Livin. The weekly dose of fat is sponsored by the good folks at Surly Bikes. Surly sells steel cycles across the seven seas. Learn more at http://surlybikes.com. On this week’s show Our special guest is Mountain Bike Hall of Famer Mr. Ned Overend Belgian Beer made by Trappist Monks Weekly Dose of Fat with news from the test lab Rack shoot out info Links from the interwebz Beer Today’s beer is Westmalle Trappist Ale – Triple BA Score – 96 – with a Bro score of 100! 9.5% ABV http://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/208/646/ This week’s Beer buzz is sponsored by Uncle Dicks Bead Slip. http://uncledicksbikeshop.com Interview With Ned Overend! Check out the info on Todd and Ned’s Fondo at: http://www.toddandnedfondo.com Check out our new site at plusbikes.com. Weekly Dose of Internet Fat Intro Welcome back to the show. This week Sven and Gomez built a...
It’s no surprise that top athletes include meditation in their training ritual. This is not just something that Buddhist monks do in the mountains of Tibet, the value of meditation can help everyone….and we guarantee that it will help make you a better cyclist. Darryl has a whole bunch of questions about this subject, and Victor just happens to know a great deal about meditation. As always, the Guru shares his wisdom and helps create a podcast with beneficial information to all cyclists. In this podcast: The definition of mediation How and where to do mediation Information on how to get started with meditation Mindful meditation and other forms of meditation Solutions to common meditation issues How meditation will improve your cycling and your life Simple tips and techniques to make the most of your meditation Additional Links: Peace is Every Step (Book) Loving the Bike TV: Jar of Sand and Water Visualization and Affirmations Subscribe to iTunes | Subscribe to MP3 Feed
John and Sean Lally of Cycle Systems Academy discuss the tech that's caught their eye at the Giro. Always free to listen you can subscribe on iTunes or your podcatcher of choice.
Once again there was drama at the Giro. And like on Stage 3 with Domenico Pozzovivo, it comes in the way of a horrific looking crash, this one coming during the sprint finish, and behind a perfect win for Lotto-Soudal’s Andre Greipel.
It’s been a few months since my last show. I’ve been trying to find myself again on the bike. Which I have. I’ve been working on some materials to add on to CYCLO90 Masters that you will love and will go in hand with what I discuss today. If you’re an everyday cyclist that rides in a group, wants to ride in a group, or are a shop or event promoter–PLEASE LISTEN to today’s show and feel free to comment and PLEASE SHARE.
May 14 | May 14 | The Giro d'Italia is underway and already it's shaping up to be a battle royale. Richard Moore and Lionel Birrnie meet up with Daniel Friebe, fresh back from a trip to the opening weekend of the Giro, to catch up on the latest news from the race. Team Sky's Richie Porte has opted to sleep in a luxury camper van rather than the team hotels, Pippo Pozzato delighted a hen party in San Remo at the weekend, and Davide Formolo showed that Italian cycling may have a bright future. And, with Alberto Contador taking the pink jersey as leader on just the fourth day, we ask whether Tinkoff-Saxo are up to the task of defending it. With their multi-millionnaire owner Oleg Tinkov enjoying a high profile thanks to an active Twitter presence and an outspoken manner, will Tinkoff's morale hold up, or will their unorthodox tactics be exposed by their rivals? The Telegraph Cycling Podcast is sponsored by British Eurosport.
Approaching the first summit finish of this year’s Giro, the peloton almost managed to hoodwink us all into believing that today, at last, we’d see things settle down to something approaching normality. A small, focused breakaway group had a convincing lead, and Orica-Greenedge controlled the pace behind. But then, just as the gradient reached its most challenging, Alberto Contador decided to tear up the script once more.
This week we have a sleepy episode as newly-relocated Greg and newly-minted Master of the Universe mattio ramble their way through a discussion of the silliest internet cycling debates. Also: riding road bikes on non-roads, sort of, and a Comparative Commuting Seminar.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
Today’s stage, racing 150 km from Chiavari to La Spezia, was one of the most bizarre, epic, insane, fascinating, and downright enjoyable day’s racing we’ve seen for quite some time. A sensational win for young Davide Formolo, and a much needed one for his Cannondale-Garmin team.
A joyous win for the Maglia Rosa today, but a stage marred by an absolutely terrifying crash for AG2R's Domenico Pozzovivo.
Nerves, excitement, and momentary inattention are the usual hallmarks of the first sprinters stage in a grand tour, and this Giro was really no different as we saw several crashes pepper the stunning Ligurian coastline. When the peloton finally made it to the finish line in Genoa, it was Team Sky’s Elia Viviani who took an impressive win, in a sprint that was as strong as it was clever.
We are providing the first week of our Giro d'Italia coverage as free-to-air shows. Today, Scott and John discuss the opening Team Time Trial. For details of how you can join us for the whole of the race, please visit http://velocast.cc
After moving the school to Devon Sean Lally of Cycle Systems Academy joins John to reboot the tech podcast Always free to listen you can subscribe on iTunes or your podcatcher of choice.
Weekly Dose of Fat – Show Number 55 – Friday, May 8th 2015 The intro of today’s show was inspired by Orson Wells’ 100th birthday this past Wednesday. Orson was Kenosha born and we’re darn proud of his work. Especially this! – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VFevH5vP32s Gomez is callin’ in from the remote studio while Sven and JK are in the Riverwest Studio. Thanks to Surly for sponsoring today’s show! New Troll shirts are in at http://surlybikes.com. On this week’s show Our topic of today’s show is all of the new wheel standards and should we drink the Kool-Aid yet? We delve into beer Weekly Dose of Fat with news from the test lab Links from the interwebz Beer Today’s beer in the studio is Ayle Asylum’s Demento American Pale Ale / Session IPA (4.7 abv) 86 very good (outta 96 clicks)on BA …but better on RateBeer (96 rating outta 36 clicks) http://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/13837/124300/ http://www.ratebeer.com/beer/ale-asylum-demento-session-pale-ale/257424/ Gomez is working with...
Darryl loves speed, so of course he’s going to figure out ways for me to go faster on his bike. In this quick tip on going fast, he shares what he feels are guaranteed ways to increase speed on your current bike and set up. Have a listen and then try them out for yourself….then let us know if you’ve been able to increase your speed. Additional Links: Cycling in the Wind
The team review last week’s races in Turkey, Romandie and Yorkshire while looking forward to the first of this year’s grand tours. It’s Giro time, baby! Listen here: https://bikesandbidons.files.wordpress.com/2015/05/vvpodcast05072015_final.mp3 Links Tour of Turkey review Tour de Romandie review Tour de Yorkshire results and reports (cyclingnews.com) Liege-Bastogne-Liege review Tour de Romandie official race website Tour of Turkey official race website Giro d’Italia official race website Tour of California official race website Velogames website for Fantasy Giro d’Italia Next podcast: Monday 18th May (ish) You can also subscribe to the podcast via iTunes, Player.fm or directly by clicking on this link.
BeSpoke is back with OJ Borg and he is joined by Rob Spedding the Editor in Chief for Cycling Plus, former GB cyclist and Olympic medal winner Rob Hayles, and BBC Sport journalist Matt Slater. On the discussion table is the Tour of Yorkshire, the latest cycling trends and investigate how music can influence cycling performance. Also you will hear from the new owner of the World Hour Record Alex Dowsett, and Steve Abraham updates us on the plight of his quest to break the record for the number of miles cycled in one year, which currently stands at 75,065!
Klaus, Mike and Dan are back. We discuss the Tour of Romandie, that race in Turkey, vexillology, and make some predictions for the Giro and the Amgen (aka the ToC). We also talk about our new art competition. Dan tells a couple of awful jokes and Klaus hangs up on him. The rest is pretty much nonsense. As usual. Enjoy… if you can.
Tori and Alon talk with Diana Rempe and Ben Hodgson of the Street Books project, "a bicycle-powered mobile library, serving people who live outside."
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May 7 | With the Giro d’Italia just round the corner the Telegraph Cycling Podcast looks ahead to the opening grand tour of the 2015 season. Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe head to Italia Uno, the authentic Italian cafe in Charlotte Street, London, to discuss the Giro. There, they are joined by British Eurosport’s commentator Rob Hatch, who interrupted his own preparations for the Giro to add his insight. The team weigh up the chances of Tinkoff-Saxo’s Alberto Contador, Team Sky’s Richie Porte and the other contenders ahead of Saturday’s start. But although this is the Telegraph Cycling Podcast’s Giro d’Italia preview show, there’s much more to discuss than that. Richard and Daniel report back from the inaugural Tour de Yorkshire and Rob fills us in on the Tour of Romandy, the World Tour race in Switzerland that was won by surprise package Ilnur Zakarin of Russia. And Daniel shares his inside knowledge on Mark Cavendish’s latest contract discussions. Where will the British...
This week, Greg and mattio share a gripe about and propose solutions for secret racers and surprise wheelsuckers. But that’s only the aperitif for a solid discussion and a little bit of ranting about Trek’s quick release recall, its implications and the problems with the humble but outmoded design of the quick release skewer.Episode LinksTrek Safety Recall NoticeiTunes (Subscribe! Leave us a review!): The Workingman's Honest Bicycle Programmattio Twitter: @_mattioGreg Twitter: @grolbyEmail us at email@example.comMusic: "Life Before Wartime," by Maxwell's Demon
Weekly Dose of Fat – Show Number 54 Friday, May, First – 2015 Sven and Gomez are joined by J.K. Livin in our Riverwest studio. Our program is sponsored by the helpful folks at Surly Bikes. Surly makes steel bikes and fat- tires that don’t suck! Check ‘em out at http://surlybikes.com . On this week’s show Special Call-in Guests – Chris Daisy, Ken Blakey Shell, Nate Phelps and more! Beer and Beards Weekly Dose of Fat links from the interwebz Beer Segment This week’s beer is Oscar Blues – Gubna American Double / Imperial IPA. This beer satisfies Oskar Blues hankerin’ for an IPA with over 100-IBUs! While the beer drinkers over at Beer Advocate have given it an average of 86 which is Very Good. http://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/2681/55412/ This week’s Beer Buzz is sponsored by Uncle Dicks Bead Slip. Check it out at: http://uncledicksbikeshop.com Weekly Dose of Internet Fat Links Fat-biking Tasmania http://bicyclenomad.com/2015/04/13/tasmania-west-coast-remoteness/ The highest (belt-drive...
How to do basic gear adjustments while you are riding! Victor talks about what those little barrel adjuster are for and how to use them when you are riding. Simple tweaks that you can make that will save your ride. If you want to learn more about how to do adjustments and maintain your bike. Check out Victors Basic Bicycle Maintenance Course.
Boston gets a good 5 minutes worth of chatter. Valverde gets 2 minutes. David Sedaris gets a few seconds. The rest is pretty much nonsense. As usual.
April 30 | Ned Boulting joins Richard Moore and Daniel Friebe for the latest Telegraph Cycling Podcast, which looks back at Sunday’s Liège-Bastogne-Liège and ahead to this weekend’s inaugural Tour de Yorkshire. There’s an interview with Gary Verity, who led Yorkshire’s successful bid to host the start of last year’s Tour de France. After the Tour’s triumphant two days in Yorkshire, Verity is also behind the Tour de Yorkshire, the three-day stage race that will see Sir Bradley Wiggins make his debut for Team Wiggins, and also feature Ben Swift of Team Sky and Marcel Kittel, the German who won stage one of the Tour in Harrogate. A joint venture between Welcome to Yorkshire and Tour de France organisers ASO, Verity says the parties have a ten-year agreement to run the Tour de Yorkshire, with ASO having identified Great Britain as an important market. “ASO organise many of the most important races in the world and we want this to be in the mix with those,” says Verity. “They are the best in...
Do you believe there are supplements out there that will help you get to the next level? It seems it’s fairly entrenched into cycling performance culture. Believe it or not there are a small list of supplements that can enhance your cycling performance. Find out which ones they are on this episode.
Okay, so Ardennes Week didn’t live up to expectations, but Chris, Midge, Kathi and Tim still find plenty to talk about in a week dominated by big crashes and Senor Valverde. Listen here: https://bikesandbidons.files.wordpress.com/2015/04/vvpodcast04262015_final.mp3 Links Brabantse Pijl result and report (cyclingnews.com) Amstel Gold Race review Fleche Wallonne review Giro del Trentino results and reports (cyclingnews.com) Liege-Bastogne-Liege review Tour de Romandie official race website Tour of Turkey official race website Tour de Yorkshire official race website Four Days of Dunkirk official race website Next podcast: Friday 8th May (give or take a day) You can also subscribe to the podcast via iTunes, Player.fm or directly by clicking on this link.
Weekly Dose of Fat – Show #53 Friday, April 24th 2015 – Tom McDonald Interview In the studio today it’s Sven and Gomez along with J.K. Livin’! Surly pioneered the plus sized bike! Check out the true Instigator of fat-bike fun at http://surlybikes.com. On today’s show we have Special Guest Tom McDonald We delve into beards and beer we continue to probe the weekly dose of web footed weasels and (of course) we lay down a thick layer of Links from dem dare interwebz Beer and Beards Beer Hofbrau Dunkel (from Hofbrauhaus Munchen in Germany) 5.5% ABV — Munich Dunkel Lager 85 BA rating (86 Bro Score) means Very Good out of 932 clickies http://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/4686/8116/ Beards This week’s Beards and Beer is sponsored by Uncle Dicks Bead Slip. http://uncledicksbikeshop.com Interview with Tom McDonald Weekly Dose of Internet Fat Sea Otther chatter Wheel Sizes What’s up in MKE Salsa’s Award The Framed Best Radio Promo Contest is still going on……does anyone want to win a carbon fatty...
We all know that Darryl and Victor are passionate about Bikes and Family, and we’re had several comments asking about how to find room for cycling and integrating it into family life. This is a fantastic topic and the Cycling 360 guys were happy to dive right into it. Helping others find a balance between cycling and family time is something we definitely want to help out with. In this podcast: Integrating cycling into life Getting everyone on the same page Core values and priorities Making best use of time on the bike Why group rides might not be a great idea Setting a schedule for me time Social Media, TV, Entertainment….are they taking up your time? Darryl’s Personal Bicycle Wheel test It’s not luck…its planning Habit forming Programming yourself Additional Links: Bikes and Family….the rest is just stuff Stepping back from the bike The Fluent Cyclist Every Cyclist is a Champion Subscribe to iTunes | Subscribe to MP3 Feed
Greg and mattio finish the Paris-Roubaix talk for 2015 with a discussion of the technology and sociology of rear suspension road bikes, then and now. With that out of the way talk turns to... basements! Specifically, Greg's big new basement, and generally, bicycle storage and workspace needs and realities for the apartment dweller versus the homeowner.Episode LinksPinarello Dogma K8-SThe Moots YBBGeorge Hincapie's Elastomer Rear Suspension Paris-Roubaix Bike (2006)Lemond Paris-Roubaix Bike - Full suspension! (Thanks to Jeremy Rauch for letting us use his screen cap for the header photo here).iTunes (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
April 21 | The latest Telegraph Cycling Podcast looks back on the Amstel Gold Race, the only Dutch Classic on the calendar, won on Sunday by the world champion, Michal Kwiatkowski. The Pole timed his move to perfection after a late attack by three-time winner Philippe Gilbert was snuffed out. Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe discuss an intriguing tactical battle that also saw Tour de France winner Vincenzo Nibali in much-improved form and on the offensive. There is also news from the British domestic scene where the country’s leading professional team, NFTO, has unveiled a new sponsor, one of the world’s financial giants, Aberdeen Asset Management. John Wood is the man behind NFTO and he tells us about his team’s plans to graduate to Pro Continental level with the eventual ambition of becoming a World Tour squad in 2018. We also hear from Steele Von Hoff, the Australian who joined NFTO from Garmin-Sharp, and now hopes to eventually work his way back to the highest level with...
The Spokesmen Cycling Roundtable Podcast Episode 117 Semi-live from Sea Otter April 18, 2015 Host: Carlton Reid Panelists: • Gary Fisher • Paul Skilbeck • Chipps Chippendale • Richard "Fritz" Masoner • Julie Kelly 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.
This week Greg and mattio dive deep into Jørgen Leth's classic Paris-Roubaix documentary A Sunday In Hell. What makes it so great? And they close with a thumbs up for the peculiar American cycling fan practice of rising early on Sunday mornings to drink coffee and watch bike races over the Internet.Episode LinksA Sunday In Hell - YouTube (WATCH THIS FIRST).Intro to There Will Be BloodiTunes (Subscribe! Leave us a review!): The Workingman's Honest Bicycle Programmattio Twitter: @_mattioGreg Twitter: @grolbyEmail us at email@example.comMusic: "Life Before Wartime," by Maxwell's Demon
Weekly Dose of Fat – Show Number 52 for Friday, April 17th, 2015 Join us for our fabulous one year anniversary edition of the Weekly Dose of Fat with your hosts – Sven and Gomez plus we’ve got J.K. Livin in the studio. Thanks to Surly for sponsoring our show for the last year! Surly makes bikes and parts that don’t suck. Learn more at http://surlybikes.com. Celebrations On this week’s show Our very Special Guest this week is, The Show We delve into beards and beer We Talk about the big fish beach ride We share Links from the interwebz And the aforementioned, Mr. Chris Daisy. (Music and greetings from the band) Beards and Beer We’ve got Revolution Brewing’s Anti-Hero IPA. This week’s Beer rates 92 on Beer Advocate and Carries a 6.5% ABV along with 70 IBUs. https://revbrew.com/beer/detail/anti-hero-ipa Thoughts on beer. Beards – We are joined by a 4th beard in the studio. Dave. BTW, Dave took today’s show photo. This week’s Beards and Beer was sponsored by Uncle Dicks Bead Slip. http://uncledicksbikeshop...
Knee sex, the Rigodrone, Gogo, fan fiction, Paris-Roubaix, T-shirts made out of ovens and other assorted topics of interest to you and your family.
Alexander Kristoff and John Degenkolb hogged the headlines as the cobbled classics concluded with a devastating Degs demolition in the Roubaix velodrome. But bollards and railway crossings ensured that rider safety was also high on the agenda. Chris, Kathi, Midge and Tim chew over the big issues as usual. Listen here: https://bikesandbidons.files.wordpress.com/2015/04/vvpodcast04122015_final.mp3 Links Three Days of de Panne results and report (cyclingnews.com) Ronde van Vlaanderen review Scheldeprijs result and report (cyclingnews.com) Vuelta al Pais Vasco review Paris-Roubaix review Amstel Gold official race website Fleche Wallonne official race website Liege-Bastogne-Liege official race website Next podcast: Monday 27th April You can also subscribe to the podcast via iTunes, Player.fm or directly by clicking on this link.
April 13 | The latest Telegraph Cycling Podcast comes from the race known as the ‘Hell of the North', Paris-Roubaix, as Sir Bradley Wiggins brought down the curtain on his Team Sky career. Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie report from the Roubaix velodrome, where John Degenkolb of Germany sprinted to his second Classic win of the year, having also claimed Milan-San Remo. There is an interview with his Giant-Alpecin teammate, Koen de Kort, who tells us about Degenkolb’s leadership qualities: “He’s an incredibly nice guy [and] you always really want to work for him. He really appreciates what we do and that’s the reason why it’s so easy to do what we do for him.” While Wiggins didn’t quite go out in a blaze of glory, his young teammate Luke Rowe was an outstanding eighth. The 25-year-old Welshman tells us: “To finish like that is super for me. I can take a lot from it, I feel I’m starting to step up now. This is my dream – this is the biggest and best race by a million miles in my eyes. It...
Weekly Dose of Fat – Show Number 51 Friday, April Tenth, 2015 Gomez is calling in today and Sven is joined by J.K. Livin in the studio. Thanks to Surly for sponsoring today’s show. Roll on over for at a visit at http://surlybikes.com. On this week’s show Our Special Guest is Mike Herlinger from Club Ride Beer and beards Weekly dose of Fat Links from the interwebz Beer and Beards This week’s beer is a nod to Chief BlackHawk from Tyrena Brewing in Lake Mills, WI. Chief BlackHawk is a 5.6% ABV, session-style American Porter. It scored an 86 over at Beer Advocate which is a very good. http://tyranena.com/chief-blackhawk-porter/ What’s up with beards? This week’s Beards and Beer segment was sponsored by Uncle Dicks Bead Slip. Learn more at – http://uncledicksbikeshop.com Mike Herlinger Interview Weekly Dose of Fat Mike’s got a fat-bike! Gomez and Sven are heading out to Sea Otter next week. LINKS This is a super post on tubeless from Bruce the CoastKid. Bruce lives in an area of various bramble...
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April 9 | The latest Telegraph Cycling Podcast comes from Belgium and one of the biggest Classics of the season, last weekend’s Tour of Flanders. Richard Moore and Daniel Friebe report from Oudenaarde, where the race was won by Alexander Kristoff as the wheels fell off Geraint Thomas’s challenge. There are interviews with both Kristoff – the first Norwegian winner in the 99th edition of the race – and Thomas, who found himself out-numbered and missing “the extra five percent” he’d had the previous weekend, when the Welshman won the E3 Harelbeke semi-classic. “I just lacked that punch that I had last week,” said Thomas, who tried to bridge up to the leading duo, Kristoff and Niki Terpstra, on the penultimate climb, the Oude Kwaremont. “I had to have a go because the boys rode all day for me but I just didn’t quite have the legs at the end.” There are also interviews with Rolf Aldag, technical director of the Etixx-Quick-Step team, and John Degenkolb, the Giant-Alpecin rider who took the...
A very, very special VIP guest joins us to discuss podium misters, Paris-Roubaix odds and Alexander Kristoff