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Welcome to The Creative Cyclist Podcast brought to you by Le Coffee Ride.A podcast in which we will sit together with all sorts of creative cyclists, from cycling enthusiasts who make a living doing their thing, brand owners, ambassadors to world bike travelers, cycling photographers, pro soigners, and many others, i’m very excited to share their experience and road path with you and sincerely wish it will bring you inspiration or some nice lay back listening time.Jeroen van SchelvenFollow t ...
 
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He almost needs no introduction. Svein Tuft. Man. Myth. Legend. He’s a Canadian mountain man, ex pro and teammate, and most of all, a good mate of mine. You heard from him here on the pod last year; telling epic stories from bike packing days, before he became a pro bike rider and eventually went on to wear the Pink Jersey at the Giro d’Italia. If …
 
This week I’m Talking Luft with Brit Hugh Carthy. We’re a week in at the Vuelta and he’s riding like a demon, currently 4th on GC. We sat down on the first rest day to chat cap style, beverages, training loops and he tells a true peloton war story from that day of golf ball sized hail at the Tour de France this year. It was a great cruisey chat, I …
 
In this new episode we sit together with Andrew Meo, co-founder of Rocket Espresso Andrew founded the company together with is Italian partner Daniele back in 2007 after traveling from New Zeeland to Italy. Passionate cyclist himself and obsessed with perfection they created a unique coffee machine brand with a very strong connection with cycling a…
 
This week on Talking Luft I’ve got Kiwi Mitchelton-Scott rider, Sam Bewley. Sam’s a good mate of mine from our Greenedge days and is great for a laugh. We had fun chatting LUFT, training sessions, favourite races and of course coffee and beer. Plus Sam tells a hilarious Grand tour story for my new question ‘War stories from out on the road’. I hope…
 
I had him on the pod last week, my Sports Director on EF Education First and ex-pro, who raced for 15 years in the No Helmet/LUFT era, Juanma Garate. This week we’re Talking Luft. It’s our laid back chat, talking caps, racing no helmets until the sprint and Juanma gives me some tips on cooking up his favourite Basque dishes. If you haven’t had a li…
 
Allan Davis, or Alby as he’s known, is an Australian sprinter who raced in the era of LUFT, riding for the most iconic teams of the time such as Mapei, ONCE-Eroski and Quickstep. And I’m officially jealous of his kit collection. I sat down with Alby, and we chat about cap style back in those days, when caps were a legitimate option to race in. We t…
 
In this new episode we sit together with Sanne Hitipeuw, a Dutch adventure seequer who has experienced in the last couple of years amazing trips challenging herself into the extreme. Doing so she has documented her stories on social media which got picked up by several brands and media outlets. In this episode we talk about her background, how she …
 
Lachy Morton, you’re sure to have heard his name. He’s a teammate of mine on EF Education First and is the alternate racing king. I’ve had him on the podcast in the past, and I’ve finally got him back on talking some LUFT. We dive straight into cap style, which, of course, includes some gravel riding cap chat. I hear about his favourite training se…
 
The protagonist for today’s story, is an unlikely one. Cut from the same cloth as convicts, and cast from the salty shores of Australia to the land of opportunity, It has all the hallmarks of a classic underdog novel. A plumber by trade and avid BMX’r it wasn’t until a hacked bank account whilst on a surf trip in Mexico that Matt even rode a big bi…
 
Talking Luft is back after my first week back racing in Italy. It seemed only fitting to have my Italian teammate, and true Tuscan, Alberto Bettiol on the pod. If you haven’t checked out my On-road diary from that week over on The Cycling Podcast, you’ve gotta have a listen! I chat with almost everyone on the team, from riders to staff, to give you…
 
He’s a crowd favourite, and rightfully so. Mike Woods, or Woodsie, is a Canadian team mate of mine. He’s easy to chat to and always has a great story to tell. I’ve had him on the pod a couple of times before; post his epic La Vuelta stage win in 2018 and in the Giro that same year. So it was only right that I got him on to talk some LUFT! This time…
 
In this new episode we sit together with former American Pro rider George Hincapie, George is a world class rider who made a name for himself by being one of the main figures each year during the spring classics as well as being alongside Lance Armstrong as one of his main team mates during their seven Tour victories. In this episode we talk about …
 
I had him on The Cycling Podcast last week, my old rider agent, Paul De Geyter, talking all things contract negotiation and managing some of the rider greats. Be sure to head over and listen to that one! He’s a great personality and this week I’ve got him Talking Luft, in a fun 10 min chat hearing his take on cycling style and racing from the point…
 
The idea behind the AMANI project is simple - they try to create cycling opportunities for talented rides from East Africa. At least, that was the plan, till COVID-19. The travel restrictions have forced them to reconsider their model and search for ways to achieve their goals of greater inclusivity in the sport in an environment where no races are…
 
In this new episode we sit together with brand founder Max and head of marketing Benedict of the very cool bicycle brand Standert based in Berlin. We talk about, How the brand came to life, why choosing for alloy and steel, Their marketing and distribution strategy, Who their customers are and why they chose for Standert Max his worklife balance an…
 
Sometime Thereafter is released by ROAM Media. To watch the film for free head over to: https://roammedia.com/sometime-thereafter/'How do we remember an experience? What do we glean from a journey? Personal growth is at the heart of adventure, but the lessons we learn and the memories we make differ between each individual.Sometime Thereafter is a …
 
It’s another episode of my mini series of laid-back chats, Talking Luft, with Jens Keukeleire. I find out how Jensie wears his casquette, and that he’d go a Pantani Bandana if he could. Plus his Belgian training routes, weird breakfasts and Quarantine revelations. If you haven’t already, head over to The Cycling Podcast to listen to my hour long ep…
 
Today’s show touches a lot of different topics but at its heart is a journey of healing. Today we talk about Christina Birch and Ashton Lambies’ idiosyncratic rise to the top of USA cycling, as well as the off script way they handled their career goals being derailed by COVID - 19. At the heart of our conversation is a message to the power of findi…
 
Tom Southam. He’s a LUFT man. He has a custom made casquette that has 38% additional LUFT, which, okay, might be verging on too much. Nevertheless, he was the perfect guy to get Talking Luft with. In case you missed it, Tom is my Director Sportif on EF Education First and raced as a pro before that. In this episode we chat cap style, climbing with …
 
Why any kid decides to set out and dedicate themselves to a life of pain and suffering in pursuit of perfection in their sport is fascinating. A pure and naive dedication that seldom results in the life they thought it would. Today’s guest, a kid from Nebraska who set out to run his first marathon at 12, started off with the same single minded purs…
 
It’s episode 6 of my mini series, Talking Luft, where I chat with my guests about cycling style, culture, training and things outside of racing. Today, following on from my special Giro d’Italia episode over on The Cycling Podcast last week, I’m chatting with Matt White or Whitey – ex pro and current Sports Director for Mitchelton-Scott. Whitey is …
 
For our 10th episode we get to chat with Australian Pro Rider Mitch Docker, a confirmed pro cyclist and partly known for his retro looks on and off the bike and his Cycling Podcast ' Life in the Peloton ' where he talks with pro riders about their day to day lives in the sport. In this episode we get to know Mitch and talk about his life moving to …
 
I first met Sarah a little over a year back after I had been commissioned to make a film about her event the Ruta Del Jefe. Named after the famous jaguar that inhabited the area the event takes place in, namely the Sky Islands of the southern Arizona borderlands. It is one of the most biodiverse regions in the USA, and it is facing numerous environ…
 
I had him over on The Cycling Podcast last week, talking his career ups and downs and some epic tales from some epic wins. Be sure not to miss that one! This week I’ve got Cam on for something a bit more laid back, Talking Luft. We talk style, his favourite training routes and sessions, and a bit of the good things in life. Enjoy and stay tuned to …
 
Delving into the day to day life of creatives, we are very excited to share their experience and road path with you and hope it will bring you any value or just some nice listening time. In episode # 9 we get to meet a well-known Character from Social Media Mr. Sean Sakinofsky better known as Sean Sako. I got in contact with Sean last year while wo…
 
British Intelligence, Jamaican restaurants, Runaway Cage fighters, and the South Sydney Rabbito’s. This week on Thereabouts: Outspoken we went back to where it all began, on the road to Uluru. We sat down with director and good friend Scott Mitchell to shoot the shit on how he came to be on the film, finding the story as it began to unravel and the…
 
I’ve delved into the depths of some pretty interesting topics like nutrition and motion analysis with Adam, and it’s certain he sure knows his stuff, so it was great to have more of a casual chat and hear about Adam himself both off and on the bike. How does he wear his cycling cap? What’s his drink of choice? Favourite session on the bike? And wha…
 
This week's guest is an old friend and a dear friend. Someone I very much looked up to as a junior and someone I was fortunate enough to race alongside in my first season in the professional ranks. Mitch Docker is in his thirteenth year making a living off of racing his bike, a team captain at EF Education First, Mitch possesses a humility and obje…
 
We get to meet Sofiane Sehili. One if not the best ultra-endurance bike rider of the moment, he can be called a world traveler, he won the Inca Devide what is called the hardest bike race in the world held in Peru, he also won the Atlas Mountain race this spring in Morocco. We talk about who Sofiane is, his back ground and lifestyle living in Paris…
 
After our discussion with Dr Roger I reached out to another friend of mine who I feel has one of the most impressive minds in the sport of cycling to take what Dr Roger said and go a little deeper and more specific into the case of Moscon. That friend is Steve Maxwell, author of The Outer Line and one of cycling most intelligent voices.You can read…
 
This week on Outspoken we’re talking about Ethics in sport. What is their place? Do they have a place? Who establishes them and how are they upheld? We look at the case study of Gianni Moscon and talk with esteemed scholar and head of the ground breaking Sports Governance Centre at CU Dr Roger Pielke.You can find Dr Roger's book The Edge: The War A…
 
It’s episode 3 of Talking Luft, my series of mini episodes where I find out more about my guests on my regular show, The Cycling Podcast presents Life in the Peloton. This was a fun chat with New Zealander Ella Harris, who I had on the pod last week talking Zwift academy and going pro. That was a really interesting chat so head over and listen if y…
 
A chat with Martijn van Strien, Martijn is a 31 years old creative filmmaker and passionate cyclist from the Netherlands. He is mostly known from his Youtube chanel Fernwee where he has been documenting his journey as a rider making vlogs and short films. Starting on a father and son bike trip, sharing is progress in crit races and crazy bike trips…
 
This week on Thereabouts: Outspoken Podcast its, Hallucinations, Hill running, and Home riding. I sat down with my little bro and fellow Thereabouts founder Lachlan Morton to talk about the year that was, the current lockdown situation and what he is looking forward to in the future.Watch our films, read our stories and much more over at www.therea…
 
A chat with Lawrence Naesen A 27 year old Belgian World Tour Pro cyclist riding for the French Team AG2R La Mondiale. Lawrence also called “ Law “ started racing later than most riders at the age of 20. Two year later in 2015 he started to compete on a pro level riding for Belgian continental teams before signing his first World Tour contract for L…
 
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