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Lance Armstrong presents a singular perspective on the world’s most iconic cycling races, including the Tour de France and the Classics, as well as the broader endurance sports scene. Not your typical cycling or sports podcast, THEMOVE brings listeners deep inside the racing action, imparting insights from someone who knows the suffering and splendor like no one else. In addition to course previews and timely race analysis from Armstrong’s distinct point of view, the audience also gets to he ...
 
The Cycling Podcast – daily insight and analysis of the Giro d'Italia, Vuelta a España and Classics. 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 Slay ...
 
From the team behind Cyclist Magazine, this is a podcast for lovers of all things cycling, whether you’re a sucker for a sportive, a carbon fibre connoisseur or just Bernard Hinault’s biggest fan. Hosts Joe Robinson and James Spender bring you in-depth conversations from within the world of cycling by the people that know it best, with new episodes every other Thursday. In association with Sportful and Jaybird headphones
 
Welcome to the Turbo Talks! In this series of short but powerful podcasts we connect you to our WorldTour partner teams during the cycling season. You get a nice and unique ‘view’ behind the scenes during the big races and Grand Tours. There will be a new podcast every week with different topics like race tactics, insight information, how to climb, sprint, and warm-up, how to win or defend a Grand Tour jersey and much more. Have fun listening!
 
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.....
 
Podcast devoted to the art, science, politics and transcendental pleasure of cycling, in London and beyond. Presented by Jack Thurston the show has been running since 2004, initially as a radio show on Resonance FM. It covers the intersections of cycling, culture, society and creativity from a variety of perspectives. 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, tra ...
 
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 Paceline is a cycling podcast aimed at roadies, mountain bikers, commuters, cyclocross enthusiasts , those who grind gravel—indeed anyone who claims cycling for their own. The bicycle is more than a thing, it’s an issue. The Paceline also discusses the bike’s place in society. The hosts love bike gear so expect some banter about what works and what does not on the road and trail. The show is backed by the Fatcyclist and Red Kite Prayer. The podcast on two wheels. No training wheels neede ...
 
Join me, Matt Barbet, as I ride with some of the most interesting people in cycling, and others who like to get out on the bike, on the roads they know best. It's not about the most majestic mountains, or the routes of famous races, but the rides we all enjoy: the ones that begin at home - and it's when we're in the saddle, that the stories start to come out. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/homeroads.
 
Hosted by Ned Boulting with David Millar, as ever, by his side. The two talk about lots of things, although they never stray far from the core issue, bike racing. Expect guests from the racing world and some proper old school reporting from the road side. Sponsored by CHPT3 and The Road Book.
 
Comment and analysis of all the Classics, The Giro d’Italia, Le Tour de France and La Vuelta a Espana – PLUS some bonus features all along the way! Our shows, produced year round, are enjoyed the world over. Velocast Weekly Daily content from: - The Giro d’Italia - The Tour de France - The Vuelta a Espana - The Tour de Suisse - Criterium du Dauphiné - Giro di Lombardia Twitter: @velocastjohn Bonus content ------------------- Support the show and get access to ALL shows, to listen online or v ...
 
The cycling podcast for people who like cycling and/or have a sense of humour. Less race-obsessed testosterone and more social, kit, fun, news and irreverent chat. If you prefer a latte to pralmorelin dihydrochloride, you're in the right place! Featuring regular articles, interviews, and links to the best cycling content on social media. With hosts: triathlete @rayahubbell and comedian @stephencgrant. Sponsored by dhb
 
This Cycling Odysseys Podcast is an attempt to go back to when Cycling was King, the most popular sport in Europe. This was accomplished in the first half of the 20th Century by newspapers and journalists who created vivid narrative accounts of the epic races and transformed the sport's greatest champions into legends. This podcast will try to channel cycling's epic and romantic traditions which seem to have been marginalized or lost in recent decades.
 
Welcome to the MTB TRIBE Podcast, aimed at you- the mountain biker. If you are a beginner or advanced rider, male or female, racer, cruiser or just like the lifestyle, then the MTB TRIBE Podcast is for you. Our aim is to talk to the best people in the industry and to delve into their minds in order to provide you with a unique take on the world of mountain biking. We’ll be bringing you fresh insights into the industry by examining the sport literally from the ground up- from the trails and t ...
 
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Welcome back to Part 2 with Serge Pauwels! Quick run down of topics covered: What was a super special race moment for Serge? Olympics? Tour de France? Mindset in training and racing when you’re racing at the top level in the world? Enjoy the training; positive vibes! Physiological and mental engine working together! Sustainability over 365 days; it…
 
The final stage of Tour de Romandie 2021, an individual time trial of 16km with steep climbs, barely any long flat sections and some technical sections. GC was to play for with Woods only 11 seconds ahead of Geraint Thomas and Porte looking to step onto the podium not far behind as well. Show Partner | https://lecol.cc Introducing Drops Le Col | ht…
 
Henry Gold runs the travel company TDA Global Cycling which organises epic, expedition- length rides that cross continents. This is not an advert for his business, it’s a story of life filled with adventure. Henry is not an athlete and regards cycling as a means to an end. It was almost by accident he started a business which allows other adventure…
 
The first grand tour of the season, the Giro d'Italia, is just around the corner so I wanted to speak to Dr Kevin Sprouse about his role as a team doctor at one of the great stage races. Kevin is my team doctor at the EF Education-Nippo team and he's part of the medical team that looks after the riders all season round. For this podcast I wanted to…
 
What it’s like for a rider like Taco van der Hoorn to win a stage. How American rider, Joe Dombrowski goes from victory to tragedy the next day. Johan goes off on how road furniture safety is not standardized and up to par in the interest of the riders. Johan takes a good look at the level of Egan Bernal and his pre-race wild card pick of Remco Eve…
 
The Giro has truly opened up with this chaotic stage. A stellar breakaway, terrible weather, coverage drop outs, a mountain top finish and the INEOS choo choo rearing its head, this stage was certainly one to remember. Show Partner | https://lecol.cc https://lecol.cc/blogs/content/project-aero If you enjoy the LRCP, and you want to support us by le…
 
Welcome back to Part 2 with the legend, Laurens ten Dam! Going Pro! The early years. No plans for the Tour de France. Racing to explore the world! 2010 and 2015, the best years. When there was too much “Ride Fast”, he ditched the power meter. Training in the current day! 3 hour rides while juggling the businesses and family. One long ride: 7 hour r…
 
What’s the most controversial subject in bike touring? No not bike helmets… no, not earbuds… it’s how to deal with loose dogs on bike tour! On this episode, I give my two cents on how to deal with an angry canine that interrupts your pedaling. Originally podcast October 18, 2018.By Tim Mooney
 
Joining James and Joe this week is Chris Boardman, Olympic champion, Tour de France yellow jersey wearer, Hour Record holder, Greater Manchester walking and cycling commissioner, Question Time guest and everything in between. Boardman talks us through how the pandemic changed cycling, what's stopping those at the top backing cycling and how embraci…
 
On episode #191 we are chatting with Tony Pickford the founder and owner of Instinct Distribution about starting a mountain bike distribution company and why the California based goggle brand Flow Vision USA helped him start his journey. We chat about manufacturing, design, pricing, quality and why producing a UK based product is one of Tony’s drea…
 
Stage five of the Giro d'Italia was one for the sprinters but it was marred by a series of nasty crashes that saw one of the favourites, Mikel Landa, have to pull out of the race – we hear from his sports director, Franco Pellizotti. In this episode we speak to another of the crash victims and the previous day's winner, Joe Dombrowski, and to Simon…
 
A day for the bunch sprinters despite some weather forecasts providing hope of more excitement with a light cross tailwind for some of the day. Exposure in the break for the wildcard teams was the order of the day before a technical finale with 5 corners in the last 2km and plenty of road furniture, causing some unfortunate crashes and GC ambitions…
 
All the coaches give a strength training pitch in just 3 minutes. If you take some notes, you’ll see how different we all can approach this topic. When to lift, how to lift, and how does this change as race season approaches? Weight training, like cycling training, is very individualized. It is impossible to make an effective blanket statement. Tha…
 
Remco Evenepoel returned to racing at the Giro d'Italia, after nine months out with injury, and finished 7th in the opening time trial. What can we expect from Evenepoel, the 21-year-old Belgian phenomenon? Nobody seems to know, not even his Deceuninck-Quick-Step teammate Pieter Serry. We hear from Serry, from Jan-Pieter De Vlieger of Het Nieuwsbla…
 
#critbeef is real. It has sharpened the focus of the upcoming crit season, and provided a reason to the top athletes to compete. It has also opened up an opportunity to look at why the US has an amateur and pro crit championship and whether that makes any sense any more. Adam Myerson joins us to provide context and historical perspective for how we…
 
Joe Dombrowski took the win at Sestola on stage four of the Giro d'Italia and The Cycling Podcast were there to witness a career best performance by a rider we've followed since our (and his) early days. On this first day in the mountains there were some skirmishes among the overall contenders, too. We hear in tonight's episode from Nicki Sorensen,…
 
A difficult medium mountain day with a tough 4.3km 9.5% finish to the stage amidst atrocious conditions. A nightmare for a GC man hiding weak legs and perhaps an opportunity for a large break to form with the maglia rosa up for grabs. Chaotic coverage and some cracks in the GC men were the story of the day. Show Partner | https://lecol.cc https://l…
 
There was an upset at the Giro d'Italia for the second successive day, with Taco van der Hoorn outwitting the peloton, and we continue our coverage of the race with an interview with his sports director, Valerio Piva. We also hear from Matt White, the Team Bike Exchange sports director whose leader, Simon Yates, is one of the race favourites. Will …
 
A climby sprinty kind of day for the Giro d'Italia stage 3, with Bora and Peter Sagan hoping to distance the other sprinters and catch the break before the line. Things wouldn't be easy for them and they had the GC teams to worry about. LR and Benji also discuss the Lefevre comments regarding Almeida and Sam Bennett leaving Quickstep at the end of …
 
https://youtu.be/T9BihjQHzCA This podcast is Rated R for Language. Quick topic overview: Getting into the US to race. Live Slow Ride Fast Podcast. Nederland Super Podcast Star! 4:40 Do you have an intro? 5:40 Who is LTD?! Welcome to LTD’s man cave! Holland Hippy House Boats How gravel kept the career going after 2016! BWR San Diego, Gravel Locos, U…
 
The start of stage three of the Giro d'Italia in Biella will be a homecoming for one individual with an awe-inspiring palmarès and huge influence in professional cycling. Giuseppe Acquadro is the town‘s prodigal son – and he is an agent, not a rider. In fact, some have called the man whose client portfolio includes Egan Bernal, Nairo Quintana and R…
 
In a major creative break through Ned and David decide to label each episode as a half stage, therefore calming the brewing storm over whether it should be referred to as the previous days stage versus the upcoming stage. So here we have Farfalle Stage 2.5. They talk about racing. Remember Wouter. Ned offers some quite bizarre bird sounds from an a…
 
Sir Bradley Wiggins is joined by Graham Willgoss and Sean ‘The King’ Kelly to unpick Tim Merlier’s win on Stage 2 of the Giro d’Italia and much more with a heap of big news dropping in cycling. Sam Bennett is a “superstar of the sport” and the trio unpack the news he will move on from Deceuninck–Quick-Step at the end of the season, along with Joao …
 
Hablamos sobre la victoria estratosférica de Pippo Ganna en la crono de Torino y miramos los resultados de los favoritos para la clasificación general. También debatimos lo que pasó en el sprint de la segunda etapa, ganada por el belga Tim Merlier del Alpecin-Fénix, el incidente de Fernando Gaviria y las ambiciones de Remco Evenepoel.…
 
In our second instalment of Girovagando – our coverage of the Giro d'Italia – we talk about the first sprint stage, the return of Dylan Groenewegen and conclude our tour of Turin in the company of Herbie Sykes. There are interviews with Groenewegen, Patrick Lefevere, Jos van Emden, Caleb Ewan and Elia Viviani, and we hear again from our audio diari…
 
Johan’s bold pre-race prediction of Remco Evenepoel proves to have merit. They share thoughts on G.C. contenders after getting a first look at them in the opening TT and Johan breaks down the strength and speed of Italian TT champion, Fillipo Ganna. THEMOVE is presented by OURA. Visit OURA to learn more about the most accurate sleep and health devi…
 
The first sprint stage of this year's Giro d'Italia, with Dylan Groenewegen, Caleb Ewan, Peter Sagan, Tim Merlier, Nizzolo and Viviani all lining up for the stage honours. A stacked field, just missing Bennett, WVA and Ackermann and a tricky finish with an S bend in the final 600m and a gently curving right hand bend to finish it off. Positioning w…
 
9th May 2021 The Spokesmen Cycling Podcast EPISODE 274: Curbing cars with Chris and Melissa Bruntlett SPONSOR: Jenson USA HOST: Carlton Reid GUESTS: Chris and Melissa Bruntlett TOPICS: A 65-minute chat with Chris and Melissa Bruntlett, authors of "Curbing Traffic" from Island Press and published at the end of June. LINKS: Sponsor: http://www.Jenson…
 
We are back! Sir Bradley Wiggins returns with Graham Willgoss and Orla Chennaoui to react to all the action from the start of the Giro d'Italia, where Filippo Ganna dominated the opening stage, and much more. Can Simon Yates finally triumph at the Giro? Brad and Orla believe the Brit thoroughly deserves to and has unfinished business. Plus some sen…
 
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