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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 ...
 
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
 
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) .
 
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 ...
 
Cycling With Watts is a weekly podcast dedicated to all things cycling, aimed at getting your butt on your bike more! This podcast covers pro racing news, new bike tech, bike maintenance clinics, and training tips. Also, I'm a basic biker, so I also talk about coffee, cats, pastries and that oh, so important secret to getting the best Instagram pics of your bike! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cycling-with-watts/support
 
The Sufferfest is a comprehensive training resource for time-crunched endurance athletes. Everybody Hurts features interviews with cyclists, athletes, and inspirational figures. The podcast explores the theme of Suffering—not for suffering’s sake, but as a means by which people confront their fears, challenge their limitations, and gain a better understanding of themselves.
 
OFF BIKE - A Podcast About Where Cycling Takes Us What happens when you get off the bike? Join the ex pro rider David Millar and the business anthropologist Mikkel B. Rasmussen while they explore what biking does for us beyond the ride. The question might sound banal, but it is actually not so easy to answer. David and Mikkel outline their ambitious plans for this brand new series of podcasts where they will interview a wide cross-section of people to investigate their journeys through life ...
 
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Joining James and Joe on the pod this week is 2016 Paris-Roubaix winner Mat Hayman. The Aussie talks about his switch from the peloton to the team car, the pressures Covid is putting on racing, his iconic Roubaix win five years ago, living in Belgium and one-hit wonder, Daryl Braithwaite. If you liked this episode, please remember to leave us a rev…
 
In episode 16 of Aérogramme with La Course en Tête, we take a deep dive into Paris-Roubaix, exploring why the monument's postponement hits us so hard as cycling fans. OJ Borg, Jeremy Whittle, Sophie Smith, Peter Cossins and William Fotheringham guide you through the race’s history and notable moments, along with interviews with 2016 winner Matthew …
 
Graham Willgoss caught up with fan favourite Magnus Backstedt last week to talk all things Paris-Roubaix, but specifically his epic win in 2004. In the absence of the Monument, which has been postponed to October 3rd, we bring you a bonus episode of Re-Cycle, Eurosport’s Cycling History podcast. The Bradley Wiggins Show returns on the 19th of April…
 
This week we talk about all the new kits, helmets and racing at the Giro. Tim attempts to explain crit beef, Spencer breaks down EF's rider profile and Matt picks up some speakers. 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 Coffee! Our custom…
 
It’s May and that can mean only one thing: it's Giro d’Italia time! In this episode of Aérogramme the crew at La Course en Tête takes us through the key stages and their predictions, as well the first days of action from the weekend. Also: Does TT superstar Filippo Ganna have what it takes to one day contest GC? Dylan Groenewegen’s return to racing…
 
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 …
 
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…
 
Part Two of a Cipollini two-parter. As Mario Cipollini moved towards retirement, his flaws were amplified, his words were heard differently and his true nature became clear. "In the pantheon of Giro greats – the names that have really shaped the history of the event – he wasn’t fit to shine their shoes". Re-Cycle is narrated by Graham Willgoss and …
 
Indoor training is not top of the list of things most of us look forward to in the summer, but should it be? When the summer sun consistently comes out, the turbo trainers usually go into hibernation. We investigate if maintaining some level of indoor milage might improve your fitness and if World Tour pros are moving indoors for sessions regardles…
 
This week John talks about beginning to put together a calendar of events that he will enter. He’ll be fully vaccinated soon and the upshot is that he may actually have to get in shape. Patrick has been thinking about the letdown that can come at the end of a...By The Cycling Independent
 
Part One of a Cipollini two-parter. Alfredo Binda’s record of 41 stage wins in the Giro d’Italia stood for 70 years, until Mario Cipollini went one better. With his wavy blonde locks, bulging biceps, and a penchant for an eye-catching skinsuit, Super Mario was as ruthless as he was fast. Cipo made headlines and Giro history – but few friends during…
 
Cycling apparel may look similar between various brands, but when you dig a little deeper, there are often seemingly small variations that can make a world of difference in terms of how well they work out on the road. In other words, that tag may say “polyester” on it, but that only tells one tiny part of the story — and it’s time to learn a little…
 
Before we get to this week’s episode, there were a few problem’s with last week’s episode; they’ve been fixed and we’ve replaced the file. This week John “Robot” Lewis returns as guest host and he talks about what it means to have less than stellar fitness and to be the...By The Cycling Independent
 
This week we talk Liege and leaf through a few great fan emails that really get us talking. We chose our end time Zombie evading bike set ups: Tim's a big dummy, Matt's heavy in the front and Spencer is like a ghost. This podcast is supported by the generous and amazing donors to the Wide Angle Podium Network. The poddy is also supported by Grimpeu…
 
In episode 18 of Aérogramme with La Course en Tête: Liège-Bastogne-Liège recap Tom Pidcock’s rapid rise Tour of Romandie preview Thibaut Pinot injury update Giro d'Italia Predictions William Fotheringham recaps the week’s cycling news OJ Borg, Jeremy Whittle and Peter Cossins guide you through everything you need to know for the week in cycling. Aé…
 
The Nerds have an awful lot of tech news to talk about this week, such as SRAM’s recent decision to seemingly go all-in on electronic shifting, the ins and outs of two big high-end wheel introductions, the unmentioned pitfalls of fully internal cable routing for everyday enthusiasts, and some big changes for DT Swiss’s workhorse hubs. There’s also …
 
In episode 17 of Aérogramme with La Course en Tête: Amstel Gold Race and its impossibly close finish Tom Pidcock establishes himself as the peloton’s next young phenom The Cavendish phenomenon—how far can he go this year? Who will be Movistar’s grand tour GC contender this year? Tour of the Alps Ardennes Classics Jeremy Whittle recaps the week’s cy…
 
This week we talk about all the photo finishes at Amstel and De Branbantse Pijl , eat a little crow from Turkey and buy more NFTs. We also read some great reviews and emails and puzzle out what kind of BMX dad Tim will be. This podcast is supported by the generous and amazing donors to the Wide Angle Podium Network. The poddy is also supported by G…
 
Johan Museeuw – the Lion of Flanders, one of the greatest Cobbled Classics riders of all-time and one of cycling's true hardmen. Now 55 years old, Museeuw chats to James and Joe on the latest Cyclist Magazine Podcast about how he is still stronger than some pros on the bike, how Remco Evenepoel and Wout van Aert need to deal with the pressures of b…
 
For 10 days in the spring of 2011, Philippe Gilbert was invincible. Having won Brabantse Pijl, the Amstel Gold Race and La Fleche Wallone, he held his arms aloft in Liege at the race most dear to his heart. A decade on, Felix Lowe recalls a mesmerising run on home roads with the brilliant Belgian. Re-Cycle is narrated by Graham Willgoss and produce…
 
This week Mark Cavendish had to go and win before the show could come out just to make us look silly. What a guy. Plus Paris Roubaix, NFT's and the 1996 Fleche. 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 Coffee! Our custom WAP roasts are avai…
 
This week the Paceline welcome a guest host. John “Robot” Lewis joins the podcast for the first time and discusses the phenomenon known as spring in the Boston area. Patrick is just back from two days of riding in Mendocino County and in addition to talking about the riding he...By The Cycling Independent
 
TrainerRoad offers training plans and workouts for the individual rider and has always been focused on making us faster. They recently launched an Adaptive Training method that combines machine learning and science-based coaching to adjust training plans based on coaches feedback. The goal? "So you get the right workout, every time". This week Rona…
 
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