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A cycling podcast loosely focused on Cycling Time Trials. I feature expert interviews in training, aerodynamics and coaching. Also featured are conversations with bike industry experts and some very fast cyclists. Please contact me at ttpodcast@yahoo.com with guest and show ideas. I also just have some fun and do interviews with cycling related topics of general interest from time to time. It can't all be about going faster right? OK, forget I said that.....
 
Two blokes, 4 Olympic medals, a mic and the inside track on the adrenaline-pumping world of elite cycling; it’s the sports podcast that’s got everyone talking. Welcome to PodCrash. Hosted by Olympic medalists and professional cyclists Callum Skinner and Philip Hindes, this sport podcast gives you an all-access pass into the cycling and social lives of two top athletes. From anecdotes about the Olympics and the Commonwealth Games to interviews with sporting heroes, including the likes of Ed C ...
 
Join the Cyclingmole, as he looks into the world of professional cycling. The Cyclingmole is David Hunter, a leading cycling writer, in his podcasts he'll interview some of the world's biggest cyclists and look behind the scenes at the moments that shaped their career. If you love cycling, this is the podcast for you. David writes for the website Ciclismo Internacional (https://www.ciclismointernacional.com) .
 
The adventure cycling and bikepacking podcast. Join us as we travel the length and breadth of the UK, seeking out the very best off road riding in the wild and wonderful British Isles. We’re seeking out the riders, route masters, gear designers and creatives that help us get the most out of leaving the tarmac behind. Our introductory series explores the fundamental concepts of what it means to ride off road; exploring cycling history, how new communities are being born all over the country a ...
 
Welcome to the Further. Faster. Podcast, in association with Montane, the FREE podcast that asks ultra athletes, mountaineers and adventurers the why and the how of what they do. Each month we'll speak to different athletes, race organisers and experts from across the world to explore their motivations and what drives them to attempt such intimidating activities in the most extreme environments.
 
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Bradley Wiggins is joined by Eurosport and GCN’s Dan Lloyd to discuss Stage 13 of the Giro d’Italia and a surprise win by Diego Ulissi. The boys discuss Peter Sagan’s impressive ride that almost saw him catch the lead group, and laud the performances of Tao Geoghegan Hart and James Knox. Brad also suggests that the general classification is far fro…
 
We caught up with John Croom to hear about his amazing journey from playing American Football and competing as a heavyweight wrestler to becoming an elite track cyclist, a US record holder, with multiple national titles and a Pan American Games win. He's also got a brilliant podcast - The Coffee and Van chats podcast - works with some top sponsors …
 
Brad is joined by Graham Willgoss to break down a quite stunning performance from his protégé, Britain’s Tao Geoghegan Hart, as he produced the biggest ride of his career so far to win Stage 15 of the Giro d’Italia on Sunday and announce himself as a serious contender. Brad believes the 25-year-old has come of age at this Grand Tour and lauds the B…
 
Brad is joined by fellow Eurosport expert Brian Smith on a surprising day that saw EF Pro Cycling call for the Giro d’Italia to be brought to a halt early. Eurosport exclusively revealed that EF Pro Cycling wrote a letter to the UCI and race organisers asking for the Giro d’Italia to be stopped after the second week of racing, and you can listen to…
 
Graham and Brad are back with a full pod and, well, there's a fair amount to catch up on. Since the last pod, two whole teams have departed the Giro after coronavirus chaos forced Mitchelton-Scott and Jumbo Visma to up and leave. As Brad notes, the race is looking more and more precarious with each day that passes and the chances of getting to Mila…
 
We caught up with top chef Henrik Orre who talks us through his journey from becoming a chef to building a Two Michelin Star restaurant and then moving into cycling; firstly with the Norwegian Cycling Federation and then with Team Sky where he spent five years. He gives us a brilliant insight into what the riders eat and when, the logistics of how …
 
In an extra special bonus pod Graham and Brad are joined by Pippa York to chew the fat over what we've seen at the Giro so far as we hit the first rest day. Pippa is keen to stress that you can't write anybody off at the Giro and there are plenty of names who will be spending the rest day thinking they are in with a chance. Pippa and Brad reminisce…
 
Brad is joined by Pippa York in the latest episode of The Bradley Wiggins Show. Pippa discusses her extraordinary career in both racing and coaching; explains the four key building-blocks of a world-class cyclist (and how she knew that Bradley had all four); and opens up on the mental strain and positive impact of her experience of transitioning. B…
 
Brad is joined by Brian 'The Coach' Smith as we react to the heroic effort from Alex Dowsett at stage 8 of the Giro d'Italia. The legendary pair also discuss the incredible withdrawal of Simon Yates after he was diagnosed with Coronavirus. This episode is sponsored by Cyclist Magazine. Listeners can claim a special offer with 3 issues for just £3. …
 
Brad and Graham and joined by Dan Lloyd after Stage 5 of the Giro d'Italia, won by Filippo Ganna in a quite astonishing performance, which Rob Hatch on commentary described as the breakaway performance of the century. Ganna came into this race with a reputation as a time-trial specialist on the road but blew the race apart with a fantastic ride tha…
 
Brad and Graham are back tomorrow but we've got something special for you today on our bonus episode as Orla Chennaoui talks to the newly-crowned winner of Liege-Bastogne-Liege, Lizzie Deignan. It's been a super season so far for the Trek-Segafredo rider, who says she has found a team which allows her to "have fun on her bike again". Deignan also d…
 
Brad and Graham sit down to catch their breath after a remarkable Stage 3 of the Giro d'Italia, which wrecked Geraint Thomas's GC hopes as he fell victim to a stray bidon in the neutralised zone. Thomas bravely battled through the stage but was dropped as the peloton reached the foothills of Mount Etna and Brad sadly concedes that his good friend's…
 
Rory Sutherland has seen a lot and he kindly joined us after La Flèche Wallonne last week to talk us through his career; from arriving in Europe, his early years in Belgium with Rabobank, before racing in the US for five years and returning to ride in Europe with Saxo Tinkoff, Movistar, UAE Team Emirates and now Israel Start Up Nation. We talk abou…
 
Brad is joined by Graham Willgoss as Julian Alaphilippe was brought back down to earth with a bang in a thrilling finale at Liege-Bastogne-Liege as Primoz Roglic profited from the Frenchman’s bravado. While Lizzie Deignan raced on instinct to secure an impressive win in the Women’s race, proving once and for all to Brad that she should be awarded S…
 
Brad is joined by Graham Willgoss and Brian Smith to dissect the first stage of the Giro d’Italia, with the trio concluding that Ineos Grenadiers look a team transformed following their struggles at the Tour de France. Filippo Ganna looked almost unbeatable, says Brad, as he took the spoils on a 15.1-km individual time trial while Geraint Thomas pu…
 
We absolutely loved catching up with former pro, coach, bio-hacker and podcaster Anthony Walsh about his career and journey. From racing in France and the US, to running multiple businesses before taking stock and discovering a new way to train and lead your life, which is now what he is sharing with you all through his Roadman Cycling coaching and…
 
In the (brief) break between Grand Tours, and after a thrilling Tour de France, we wanted to bring Eurosport's cycling history podcast, Re-Cycle, back to your attention.... Few Tour de France stages have caught the imagination quite like the day Lance Armstrong crashed on Luz Ardiden before fighting back for victory. We rewind to 2003 and the extra…
 
We caught up with professional 'cycling bum' Alain Rumpf about his 36 years in cycling. From racing to working with the UCI for 20 years, to cycling guiding in the Swiss Alps to now, providing some of the most wonderful cycling content we all love to see. We discuss a tremendous amount, from the tarnished era of cycling – doping and its impact – th…
 
Bradley Wiggins was blunt in his assessment of cycling’s attempted show of solidarity with anti-racism sentiments at the start of the final stage of the Tour de France: pathetic. The 2012 Tour de France winner feels that cycling missed its opportunity to make a meaningful contribution to the conversation, and does not hold out much hope for more ac…
 
Where do we start after one of the most remarkable days in Tour de France history? Well, how about with Tadej Pogacar, the utterly brilliant 21-year-old who will be crowned Tour de France winner in Paris on Sunday after blowing Primoz Roglic out of the water on Saturday's Stage 20 time trial up La Planche des Belles Filles. Was this the biggest ups…
 
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