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Satisfying his constant need for attention, Mike Creed takes to the airwaves to have frank conversations with his friends, who just so happen to be figures in the world of pro cycling. Now that he's a retired mediocre bike racer, he's using his access to these athletes to humanize them, show you what he sees, and bring back a personal aspect to cycling. This is not the show for you if you're looking for controversy and the hard questions. It's more of a rambling conversation with and about t ...
 
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THIS EPISODE Mike takes time out of the Team SmartStop training camp in Badger, CA, to sit down with Frank Pipp (@frankpipp), long-time US domestic hard man of the peloton who raced for Bissell Pro Cycling and Health Net p/b Maxxis. Set to the soundtrack of tinkling ice cubes, their wide-ranging conversation touches on boxing as aggression ther ...…
 
THIS EPISODE is a recording from six months ago of a conversation Mike had with his old friend and first cycling coach, Chris Carmichael. Carmichael is a person who needs little to no introduction for most of our audience, so you won't find a lengthy biographical blurb here. For a variety of reasons, we weren't able to have the audio go live la ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike visits Kiel Reijnen to do a podcast, Alex Howes drops in, it's an awesome recording, and then Mike has a brain fart and accidentally deletes the bulk of the podcast. In a bold and daring move, Mike records an overly-long intro to make up for the deficit, fields questions from Twitter and answers them on-air to pad out the reco ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike catches up with Team United Healthcare's Ben Day, an Aussie time trial specialist and all-around great guy. They chat about Ben's past team adventures, what flying standby means to the uninitiated, living and racing in Poland, having your wallet stolen by hotel staff (something Mike knows all too well after Interbike last year ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike welcomes back old friend and bon vivant Ted King to rehash old times and talk all things Kombucha, compression socks, and how to lose Twitter followers without even trying. The two-time Tour de France starter shares some of the highs and lows of his season, the glamorous life of being on the road, maple syrup connoisseurship, ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Back after a completely inexcusable hiatus that consisted managing an upstart domestic cycling team to win the U.S. National Road Race Championship, the yellow jersey at the Tour of Utah, the white jersey at the Tour of Alberta, individual stages at multiple races, and the NRC Championship, Mike catches up again with old buddy Phil ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Back after a completely inexcusable hiatus that consisted managing an upstart domestic cycling team to win the U.S. National Road Race Championship, the yellow jersey at the Tour of Utah, the white jersey at the Tour of Alberta, individual stages at multiple races, and the NRC Championship, Mike catches up again with old buddy Phil ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike meets up with Eric Wohlberg, a three-time Canadian Olympian and multiple national time trial champion who is currently men's performance manager of Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies. The two go way back, and Creed raced under Eric during his time on Optum before his new role as DS with Team SmartStop. Their rollic ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike sits down with Bo Hamburger, currently the DS for the Christina Watches-KUMA cycling team and a former professional road cyclist who won Fleche Wallone in 1998 and the Danish National Road Cycling Championship in 2000. He is also a member of the Danish Cycling Hall of Fame. In 2001 Bo was fired from Team CSC for a positive EPO ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike sits down with Bo Hamburger, currently the DS for the Christina Watches-KUMA cycling team and a former professional road cyclist who won Fleche Wallone in 1998 and the Danish National Road Cycling Championship in 2000. He is also a member of the Danish Cycling Hall of Fame. In 2001 Bo was fired from Team CSC for a positive EPO ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike catches up with pal Alex Howes of Garmin-Sharp in the middle of the 2014 USA Cycling Professional National Championships. Mike and Alex had their chat just a few days before Team SmartStop very nearly swept the podium in a one-two finish that put Howes on the bronze medal step. Their raucous and rollicking conversation starts ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike finally wrangles a chat with longtime good friend Alex Candelario, a former teammate from back in their early days racing for Prime Alliance. "Cando" currently rides for Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies in [spoiler alert] what may be his last season of road racing. In what Mike views as one of the better podcasts he's ever d ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike is with the team at the Joe Martin Stage Race in Fayetteville, AK, and because of some unfortunate timing, has no guest for this week's podcast. Flying solo (with a bit of assistance from team mechanic Chris Kreidl and team soigneuse Astrid van Uden), Mike attempts to entertain and amuse our faithful listeners for a little ove ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike and old friend Chad Hartley get together after the Belmont Criterium in Charlotte, NC, to catch up and swap stories over a bourbon or two. In a career that's spanned decades, Chad first started racing BMX as a teenager, turned pro at age 19, and after a stint with Jittery Joe's joined Mike on TIAA-CREF (later to morph into Sli ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike gets together with Lewis Elliot of Team Landis/Trek in between stages at the Redlands Classic. The Arizona native is not only a professional cyclist and triathlete, he's also a Ford Agency model, and is perhaps best known as the guy in the ProForm® TDF Centennial edition Powered by Google Maps™ incline/decline training bike co ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike sits down with his former cycling rival Scott Price after the opening stage at Redlands Classic in California, where Scott is working with the Landis/Trek cycling team. A native of Calgary, Canada, Scott moved to Spain at the age of 17 to pursue a road cycling career, which he did successfully for nearly two decades, culminati ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike talks to his old teammate Scott Zwizanski of Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies. In between sharing war stories from the Vuelta Mexico where they were racing, the guys reminisce about the good old days on Optum, and how Scott got his start in bike racing. At times comical (Creed tries to get Zwiz to admit that the ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike makes a departure from his usual podcasts with this chat with Dustin Judice, a cycling fan, Cat 4 racer, and Iraq War vet. Dustin sent Mike a note on Twitter thanking him for the Open Mic podcast, relating how it gives such a great perspective on the pro cycling scene by really connecting the listeners with Mike and his guests ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike catches up with Lauren Hall of Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies. A talented all-rounder who's been racing pro since 2010, Lauren started her career with Team Vera Bradley and then moved to Team Tibco before landing a berth on her current Optum squad. With two national titles on the track and a second in both the ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike gets together with Canadian cycling legend Gord Fraser, a three-time Olympian and four-time Commonwealth Games participant who was the 2004 Canadian national road race champion. In 2006 Gord retired from professional cycling after racing four seasons for the Health Net Pro Cycling Team Presented by Maxxis. He then went on to b ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike grabs a bite to eat and chew the fat with old friend Shawn Milne (along with interloper Ian MacGregor of Skratch Labs). Milne recently culminated his road racing career with 5-Hour Energy p/b Kenda to become the new team director of Team Rio Cycling, a Colorado-based development cycling team. In addition to his prestigious pal ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike sits down to chat with pro cyclist/athlete/journalist/activist/filmmaker Kathryn Bertine, whose groundbreaking documentary, "Half the Road," about the passions, pitfalls and power of women's professional cycling recently premiered to a sold-out audience in Tucson, AZ (a premiere which, sadly, Mike was unable to get into...)The ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike settles in for a chat with women's cycling legend Meredith Miller in January, just before U.S. Cyclocross Nationals in her hometown of Boulder, CO. You will be hearing this conversation after the Cal Giant star stood on the bronze medal step of the podium there, and just as she's prepping for Hoogerheide, Belgium, to compete i ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike shoots the breeze with old friend and best man Pat McCarty, who has spun his cranks for such teams as US Postal, Phonak, Slipstream-Chipotle, OUCH-Maxxis, SpiderTech-C10, and most recently Bissell. Along with guest interloper Shawn Milne, Mike and Pat wax philosophical on all sorts of fascinating topics including the future, w ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Coming to you live from Team SmartStop-Mountain Khakis training camp in Tucson, AZ, it's Mike's old friend Mike "Meatball" Friedman, a multi-time national champion and 2008 Olympic cyclist, most recently of Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies.Over the course of an hour and a half of reminiscing, they cover such diverse t ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike has margaritas and conversation with Marianne Martin, the winner of the first Tour de France for women in 1984, covering the 18-stage 616-mile course in 21 days, 29 hours, 39 minutes, and 2 seconds. We hope you enjoy this intriguing conversation with a legend in women's cycling. We certainly did.Open Mic with Mike Creed is spo ...…
 
IN THIS EPISODE Mike sits down for a chat with Mara Abbott (that's with two b's and two t's), the first American ever to win the Giro Donne, one of the Grand Tours of women's bicycle racing. In between trading smoothie recipes and Twitter stalking confessions, they discuss favorite places to cycle, Mara's Game of Thrones addiction, strategies f ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike gets together with Timmy Duggan again for a heart-to-heart post-retirement chat with the former Saxo-Tinkoff rider. Over the course of an hour and a half the pair wax philosophical about what led Timmy to his decision to hang up his race wheels despite several legit team offers to continue racing. Their conversation meanders o ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike talks to Dean Golich, the training guru who was a physiologist for USA Cycling from 1994-1996 and established training protocols for the 1996 Olympic Cycling Team across all cycling disciplines. Dean has been working with athletes in road cycling, MTB, cyclocross, motocross, supercross, MotoGP, and NASCAR, and is a wealth of k ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike settles in for dinner and conversation with the one-line wit of Twitter, the rational anchor to Tour Chat's bon vivant Neil Browne, the bard at the back of Velo Magazine, the one and only Mr. Dan Wuori, aka @dwuori.Many of you first came to know of Dan via his lanterne rouge Twitter avatar and his extremely witty and clever Tw ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike gets together with a man who needs no introduction. At the tender age of 23, BMC's Taylor Phinney can list on his resumé: Olympian, Worlds Medalist, U23 World Champion, Junior World Champion, US Track Champion, US Time Trial Champion, heartthrob of the peloton, and all around snappy dresser. Mike visits Taylor at his home in B ...…
 
THIS EPISODE For our Thanksgiving edition of Open Mic, Mike catches up with old friend Patrick "Maddog" O'Grady, cartoonist and wordsmith extraordinaire, an unsung legend of the cycling industry, and one of the chain gang members on the Colorado Springs group ride who taught Mike the etiquette of riding in a pack on the road.They trash talk Arc ...…
 
Fear not, faithful listeners. We're not messing with the regular "Open Mic with Mike Creed" podcast. Every Friday you'll still get an in-depth conversation with Mike and a featured guest.This new joint is Mike's Tuesday call-in show. Over the weekend Mike will tweet a number and a time for listeners to dial in and join him for a free-ranging ho ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike gets together with Skratch Labs saveurs Allen Lim and Biju Thomas, and the trio talk about everything from soup to nuts (well, really, rice cakes to smoked barbecue). We learn some fascinating parallel immigration stories from Allen's and Biju's childhoods, and discover the early experiences that shaped their respective drives ...…
 
Fear not, faithful listeners. We're not messing with the regular "Open Mic with Mike Creed" podcast. Every Friday you'll still get an in-depth conversation with Mike and a featured guest.This new joint is Mike's Tuesday call-in show. Over the weekend Mike will tweet a number and a time for listeners to dial in and join him for a free-ranging ho ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike spends a solid chunk of time with his hometown pal Colby Pearce during an attempt at the U.S. Athlete Hour Record at the velodrome in Colorado Springs. The accomplishments on Pearce's resumé are impressive: Olympian, 14x national track champion, time trial record holder, U.S. Masters hour record holder, national team coach, Wo ...…
 
Fear not, faithful listeners. We're not messing with the regular "Open Mic with Mike Creed" podcast. Every Friday you'll still get an in-depth conversation with Mike and a featured guest.This new joint is Mike's Tuesday call-in show. Over the weekend Mike will tweet a number and a time for listeners to dial in and join him for a free-ranging ho ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike took a road trip to California and got together with Jesse D. Anthony, his former teammate on Optum Pro Cycling p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies. From skidding contests to crashing BMX bikes to racing mountain bikes and cyclocross to becoming one of the most-capable all-arounders on the domestic road racing circuit, Anthony has cr ...…
 
Fear not, faithful listeners. We're not messing with the regular "Open Mic with Mike Creed podcast." Every Friday you'll still get an in-depth conversation with Mike and a featured guest. This new joint is Mike's Tuesday call-in show. Over the weekend Mike will tweet a number and a time for listeners to dial in and join him for a free-ranging h ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Needing no introduction, this week's guest is Adam Myerson. Erudite, opinionated, slightly obsessed with Prince, inked, hooped and bespectacled, he's been called the godfather of cyclocross, although he'll tell you he's slightly uncomfortable with that moniker. I'll go with the Don of Dirt, the Baron of Barriers, or the Capo of Cyc ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike joins Levi Leipheimer for dinner and discussion in Santa Rosa, and we're treated to a rare, frank conversation with one of the most-sought-after interviews in cycling. In between tasty bites at a sidewalk café, Levi shares some honest perspective with Mike about his seventeen-year career as a racer, being a controversial figur ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike catches up with peloton pal and teammate George Hincapie. Nineteen years as a pro, tied for the record number of Tour de France starts, George recounts a life on the bike and what he's doing to keep busy now. He and Mike trade stories and talk about some of the luxuries of retirement from pro racing – like chips and calzones – ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike gets together at the Tour of Alberta with old friend, professional spandex model and pro cyclist Brad Huff, aka HuffyUSA of the Jelly Belly Cycling Team. The guys discuss the difference between interviewing friends vs. *wink* friends; the collision of 'husky genetics', diet, and do-it-yourself eating disorder methods; and how ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike meets up with Garmin-Sharp's gentleman racer and patron of the peloton, David Millar, at the Tour of Alberta to share a few cocktails and discuss everything from when it's time to call it a day (Spoiler: retirement plans are revealed) and what the future holds, the desperate need to please people vs. proving something to yours ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike catches up with Clark Sheehan, one time 7Up Colorado Cyclist racer now known as the "Fencing Tycoon," who turns the tables on Mike and makes the podcast as much about Creed as himself.Born and raised in Denver, Colorado, Sheehan was lured to cycling much the same way as other Colorado natives during the late '70's and early '8 ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike sits down with Phil "the Thrill" Gaimon, world-renowned cookie aficionado and pro racing stalwart of Jelly Belly, Kenda, and Bissell fame who's just gotten the call-up to the big show with Garmin-Sharp.Over the course of an hour, Mike and Phil shoot the shit about all sorts of randomness, with topics ranging from CrossFit as a ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike sits down with Timmy Duggan, the 2012 U.S. National Road Race Champion who rides for Team Saxo-Tinkoff. Following a year of high points, Duggan had a disappointing start to the 2013 season when he crashed out of the Santos Tour Down Under in January, breaking his leg and derailing his race plans.In the continuing efforts to ex ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike sits down in between stages at the Tour of Utah with über domestique Charly Wegelius, currently Directeur Sportif for Team Garmin-Sharp and author of the critically-acclaimed autobiography, "Domestique."Over hippy-dippy sulfate-free beers, Charly dispenses DS tips to Mike as they discuss how a good director works with his ride ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike catches up with cycling legend Frankie Andreu, current Team Director of Kenda/5 Hour Energy Systems, at the Tour of Utah where they swap stories from the trenches, one ex-pro and DS to another.Frankie and Mike have a "Frank" talk about crashing, descending fears, bike handling skills in the peloton, and the dangers of thinking ...…
 
THIS EPISODE Mike meets up for a beer or two with Ted King, the Cannondale Pro Cycling Team stalwart who came to international attention at this year's Tour de France after his contentious elimination from the race when he missed the time cut in the team time trial by 7 seconds. As they sit around the team RV in between stages at the Tour of Ut ...…
 
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