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Updated August 2020
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The Cycling Podcast Join journalists Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe – and a few special guests along the way – as they podcast about the latest cycling news and the world of professional cycling. Expect a mix of insight and analysis as our three experienced journalists cover not just the big talking points but take you behind the scenes of professional cycling. Richard Moore is the author of Slaying the Badger and Sky’s the Limit, Daniel Friebe writes for Procycling and is au ...
 
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Between 2 Wheels Podcast: Cycling News, Commentary, and Analysis from NorCal; Host Tyler Janke, Curt Mills and Chris Flower. LOST EPISODE: We lost episodes #159-176! But never fear, we backed them up and are reposting here for your benefit. Episode #176 (Original Air Date: 5/26/2020). This week we do a short recap of EP 175 discussion of Security v…
 
Brad is back with a bang as the pro peloton returns in some style at Strade Bianche. Brad is joined by Dan Lloyd of GCN and Mani Arthur, founder of the Black Cyclists Network, an inclusive group dedicated to breaking down barriers that exist in the world of Cycling and tackling the stark lack of diversity and representation in the sport, from grass…
 
This episode is sponsored by Winners Sports Nutrition. Winners are Australia owned and operated and have an exclusive offer for Cycling Insights listener. To redeem the exclusive offer, please visit https://winnersbars.com.au/ In episode 5 of Cycling insights, Matthew Keenan and Simon Gerrans discuss: Cycling news: hat-trick for Van Vleuten, Froome…
 
Following confirmation that Chris Froome is to leave Team Ineos for Israel Start-Up Nation, we discuss the implications for the upcoming Tour de France. Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe speculate on who Team Ineos will select as the team looks for an eighth Tour de France title in nine years. Will Froome make the final eight or not? W…
 
Another jam packed episode of excellent research. Luke Rowe joins us to discuss Froome's departure, we also talk with him about on the bike biff's. Jonsey is called out over his fake Twitter followers and Tiger Woods features heavily in the 'Legend or Bell End' segment.
 
Racing is back and so it was time for Mitch Docker to get on the road for two Italian Classics – one old, one relatively new. This is Mitch's audio diary from the week he rejoined his EF Pro Cycling teammates and pinned on a number for the first time since the Aussie summer. We follow the team as they tackle the white roads of Strade Bianche and an…
 
Jumbo-Visma is on a tear. Can they hold on to that form? Plus, we dissect the Tour of Poland crash, Dylan Groenewegen's level of fault, and what the race organizer should have done differently. Transfer season is in full swing. What do the major moves mean for both the riders and their new teams? This week's Nerd Alert discusses the regional specif…
 
This episode starts of bad and just gets worse, you guys. From bike path nightmares to Pontiac Grand Am's to Dirty Sprinting to Littleguy's completely unnecessary visuals, it's just a total horror show of an episode. We apologize. This podcast is supported by the generous and amazing donors to the Wide Angle Podium Network. The poddy is also suppor…
 
Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe discuss a week packed with racing as the Classics riders tackled the first, and longest, Monument of the season while the stage racers continued their build-up to the Tour de France. In part one: We review Milan-Sanremo and Wout Van Aert's incredible Italian double. Last week he won Strade Bianche, thi…
 
Randy and Dean Warren discuss the latest in professional cycling at the World Tour is in full swing after the coronavirus pandemic break from racing. Team Jumbo-Visma looks to be the stronger of the two super teams with Primoz Roglic besting Team Ineos' Egan Bernal at the Tour de l'Ain in France. Another head to head matchup takes place later in th…
 
Bradley Wiggins and Graham Willgoss are joined by cycling presenter, broadcaster and commentator Laura Winter. The Dylan Groenewegen and Fabio Jakobsen crash is analysed with sprinting tactics, the UCI and the Tour of Poland organisers all coming into the crosshairs of Brad and the team. Cycling’s other major talking points are discussed, including…
 
Between 2 Wheels Podcast: Cycling News, Commentary, and Analysis from NorCal; Host Tyler Janke, Curt Mills and Chris Flower. Episode #186 - Livestream News of the week. Jeff Linder of NorCal Cycling joins us to discuss the sprinting mayhem at the Tour of Poland. Racing across the pond is going full steam ahead and we have a lot of racing coverage t…
 
This week we’re discussing a number of races from Strade Bianche to Milano –Torino, and this weekend’s Milan-San Remo and Chris Froome and Egan Bernal’s latest adventures in France. We’ll hear from Froome, and from Danish rider Jakob Fuglsang but really there’s only one place to start and that’s with the horrific sprint finish on stage 1 the Tour d…
 
In a rare two episode release day, the Warren brothers talk about the latest in professional cycling as the 2020 road race season has resumed in Europe. Multiple races have taken place and are in progress as Randy and Dean break down the first World Tour race in the second half of the season, Strade Bianche. The Warrens also talk about the stage ra…
 
The Warren Cycling Podcast caught up with Equipe Paule Ka's Leah Thomas to talk to her about her excellent Strade Bianche result as well as many other topics. Leah shares her how she became a professional cyclist story as well as her secrets to enjoying long training rides. She also informs on the current racing and living conditions for the profes…
 
This week's episode discusses the first major one-day of the re-started season, Strade Bianche, including insight from Trek-Segafredo's Toms Skujins on the heightened chaos inside a peloton racing every day like it might be the last race of the season. Plus, we round up the latest transfer news, discuss Peter Sagan's future teammate, Nils Politt, a…
 
We return to racing in the latest episode of The Cycling Podcast Féminin with reaction to and analysis of Strade Bianche, the first Women's World Tour race of the resumed season. We held back the July episode so Orla Chennaoui, Rose Manley and Richard Moore could discuss the race, which was won by the world champion Annemiek van Vleuten but was als…
 
Answering the best ‘ask Brad’ yet from Mani Arthur, founder of the Black Cyclists Network, Brad talks about the changing perception people have of him. From the foul-mouthed insecure rider to the sociable champion of mental health. From the veil of celebrity and the pitfalls of it to regaining his love for cycling with Eurosport. See acast.com/priv…
 
This week we either sold, or maybe didn't sell a Brompton. We also got lost in Littleguy's basement (and youtube videos!) for a bit, and then ended up remembering that we had actual bike racing this week and recapped Strade Bianche! Amazing stuff, but are we rusty on our race recaps?? This podcast is supported by the generous and amazing donors to …
 
Temperatures soared in Tuscany on Saturday and the riders occasionally disappeared in clouds of pale dust as they crossed the dirt roads. Strade Bianche was a brutal return to the World Tour for the riders and in this episode we assess Wout Van Aert's victory. The Belgian made his breakthrough at the same race two years ago, finishing third behind …
 
Between 2 Wheels Podcast: Cycling News, Commentary, and Analysis from NorCal; Host Tyler Janke, Curt Mills and Chris Flower. Episode #185 - Livestream. We catch up with Mark Tucker on the second part of the Tour of North Georgia and controversy it's brought. World Tour starts up with the Vuelta a Burgos, discuss the new Specialized Bike reveal, and…
 
Between 2 Wheels Podcast: Cycling News, Commentary, and Analysis from NorCal; Host Tyler Janke, Curt Mills and Chris Flower. LOST EPISODE: We lost episodes #159-176! But never fear, we backed them up and are reposting here for your benefit. Episode #175 (Original Air Date: 5/13/2020). Group Cycling Rides in the Covid19 Era. Paul Mitchell joined the…
 
After months of inaction and cycling fans surviving off online racing and re-runs of their favorite races, world-class racing is finally back on our screens. The sport is taking baby steps towards normality but both the men’s and women’s peloton have taken part in a number of races with the Vuelta a Burgos currently underway in Spain, and with the …
 
After a break of almost five months, racing is back. In this episode of The Cycling Podcast, Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe review the opening three days of the Vuelta a Burgos and look ahead to the first World Tour race following the resumption, Strade Bianche. Twenty-year-old Remco Evenepoel picked up where he left off in the spri…
 
In this episode of Service Course Lizzy and Tom speak to an ethical hacker about the ransomware attack on Garmin, and ask what the repercussions are for those of us who use Garmin devices. They also consider the wider issues of data security in cycling and find out why Strava became a problem for Area 51 and GCHQ. Tom also finds out about a prototy…
 
As cycling returns, so does The Bradley Wiggins Show as season three resumes this coming Monday. Brad and Graham will be dissecting Strade Bianche, previewing a cycling season like no other, and catching up on all the big news during lockdown. The Bradley Wiggins Show will be bigger than ever in 2020, with successive episodes after Strade Bianche, …
 
Florida Velo's Michael Hernandez joins Randy and Dean Warren to talk about the recent racing in northern Georgia. Michael also discusses his transition from aging out of Aevolo's U23 program to racing for Florida Velo. In Spain the Volta a Burgos has completed two stages so far as the regional race has taken on a higher importance this year. The Wa…
 
This week's episode runs through the first weekend of racing, including Annemiek van Vleuten's incredible run of wins and a spate of riders being pulled from the Vuelta a Burgos over coronavirus concerns. In this week's Nerd Alert, we kick off with news from Mavic and its new ownership, then dig into threaded bottom brackets and why they're still n…
 
Back in March, Mitch Docker was planning to travel to Tuscany to race on the white roads for the first time. But the coronavirus pandemic meant Strade Bianche was postponed and for the best part of five months the peloton has been in suspended animation – training, racing indoors and waiting for the resumption. This week, Mitch heads to Italy for h…
 
Well, there's no use dancing around it; this one went off the rails quick. Almost as soon as we hit record you ld tell this was going to be an epic week on the pod. But, dang. This one is all. time. This podcast is supported by the generous and amazing donors to the Wide Angle Podium Network. The poddy is also supported by Grimpeur Bros. Specialty …
 
How do you take a bike like the Tarmac SL6 and make it even better? In this special episode, pun intended, we sit down with the engineers behind the new Tarmac SL7 to talk optimization, aerodynamics, integration, and lots more. Thanks to Specialized for partnering with us on this episode, and for making the engineers behind the Tarmac available for…
 
Between 2 Wheels Podcast: Cycling News, Commentary, and Analysis from NorCal; Host Tyler Janke, Curt Mills and Chris Flower.LOST EPISODE: We lost episodes #159-176! But never fear, we backed them up and are reposting here for your benefit. Episode #174 (Original Air Date: 5/07/2020). Coach Nate Dunn of Data Driven Athlete comes on talk about his up…
 
Between 2 Wheels Podcast: Cycling News, Commentary, and Analysis from NorCal; Host Tyler Janke, Curt Mills and Chris Flower.LOST EPISODE: We lost episodes #159-176! But never fear, we backed them up and are reposting here for your benefit. Episode #173 (Original Air Date: 5/01/2020). This week we recap the Very Individual South Canal Time Trial Ser…
 
Between 2 Wheels Podcast: Cycling News, Commentary, and Analysis from NorCal; Host Tyler Janke, Curt Mills and Chris Flower.LOST EPISODE: We lost episodes #159-176! But never fear, we backed them up and are reposting here for your benefit. Episode #172 (Original Air Date: 4/27/2020). This week Jason Grefrath of team Thirsty Bear joins us to talk ab…
 
Between 2 Wheels Podcast: Cycling News, Commentary, and Analysis from NorCal; Host Tyler Janke, Curt Mills and Chris Flower.LOST EPISODE: We lost episodes #159-176! But never fear, we backed them up and are reposting here for your benefit. Episode #171 (Original Air Date: 4/20/2020). Tour de France, Giro d'Italia and Vuelta a Espana to combine for …
 
Between 2 Wheels Podcast: Cycling News, Commentary, and Analysis from NorCal; Host Tyler Janke, Curt Mills and Chris Flower. Episode #184 - Livestream News of the week. With the hope that World Tour racing gets underway, we look at Strade Bianche, Niaro's return on Mont. Ventoux, Lemond's comeback, some drug testing news along with your comments. E…
 
In Episode 213 Randy and Dean catch up on the latest cycling news. The Warren brothers hold their collective breaths in the hope that the World Tour revised schedule will actually begin in the next coming weeks. Racing has resumed in Romania for the men and Spain for women where World Champ Annemiek van Vleuten (Mitchelton-Scott) won solo the Emaku…
 
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