Cycling Podcasts


From roundtable discussions to expert training tips there's something to brighten up any commute in our podcast section.

Ep 286 - EF it up It's still 2 weeks until any road racing starts, so there's obviously not much going on… or is there?? Jump on The Train and head to the Slow Ride Stock Exchange where we'll make some bold choices with our podcast's internet bucks! This week we are supported by WORX Hydroshot portable washer! The Slow Ride Podcast
Fast Talk, ep. 98: Interval Intensity, Dirty Kanza Training, and Muscle Fiber Recruitment This week's episode came from listener questions. So thank you for sending us your questions! We are here for you and your training. Nothing is more fulfilling than knowing that the hours of research, study, and production of the podcast is useful to you. VeloNews Podcasts
Valley of the Sun Stage Race - Stage 2: Road Race - Ask a Cycling Coach 246 What we learned from fast racing, mechanicals and team tactics during a tricky road race at stage 2 of The Valley of The Sun Stage Race, what we plan to do for the stage 3 criterium and more in Episode 246 of The Ask a Cycling Coach Podcast. Ask a Cycling Coach - Trainer Road Podcast
Bicycle Talk Episode 185 February 12th 2020 Bicycle Talk Episode 185 Ron's Rant: The unprepared Cyclist. Tubes, tools, pumps, and dressed poorly for the conditions. Are you that rider? Do you show up for rides unprepared? On a positive side: USA CYCLING ANNOUNCES 2019 CLUB OF THE YEAR CCAP of Middletown CT. Bicycle Talk
Segregation of South African Cyclists, Then and Now Spokesmen Cycling Podcast Segregation of South African Cyclists, Then and Now — With Njogu Morgan Monday 17th February 2020 SPONSOR: Jenson USA HOST: Carlton Reid GUEST: Njogu Morgan, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa. The Spokesmen
Show 68 - Rule 5: Harden The F*ck Up S1E68 - Live from the a top UK cycling company's broom cupboard; Stephen and Raya find many an item in the pod's crosshairs. Storms! They've been ravaging the UK. What's possible - if anything - bike-wise in those conditions? And… 'Tornado Raya'. Who's that? The Cyclist Pod
8: The day I won Paris-Roubaix - Mathew Hayman Do you want to know how it feels to win Paris-Roubaix? Join the Cyclingmole as he interviews Mathew Hayman to look back at that glorious day in 2016. Not only did he win after being in the morning break, but Hayman had broken is arm just 6 weeks previous. Cyclingmole
Valley of the Sun Stage Race - Stage 1: Time Trial - Ask a Cycling Coach 245 Ryan Standish and Keegan Swenson join the TrainerRoad Crew to discuss their experience in stage 1 of The Valley of The Sun Stage Race, the time trial, their race strategies going into stage 2 and more in Episode 245 of The Ask a Cycling Coach Podcast. Ask a Cycling Coach - Trainer Road Podcast
Outspoken Cyclist - 2/15/20 Robin Thurston, founder of MapMyFitness - including MapMyRide and MapMyRun, is now CEO of Pocket Outdoor Media and has big plans for the company! Brian Miller is the US importer for the classic Italian hand crafted iRide bicycles. Outspoken Cyclist
Warren Cycling Podcast Episode 195: Columbia and Provence In Episode 195 Randy and Dean Warren talk about the professional road racing in Columbia, France, Spain and Malaysia. The Warrens discuss how much weight to put on these early results and the indicators of form in February, as well as the early success Team UAE has had. Warren Cycling Podcast
17: The Cycling Podcast Féminin - February 2020 In the February episode of The Cycling Podcast Féminin we hear from the new cyclocross world champion Ceylin del Carmen Alvarado and also from Danny Stam, who tells us how his team, Boels-Dolmans, has managed to attract a new sponsor, SD Worx. The Cycling Podcast
PYSO, ep. 39: How cycling coverage has changed over the decades Bobby and Gus dig into the way cycling has been covered over the years, how that coverage is evolving, and how it might be covered in the future. We are joined by special guest, the extraordinary photographer Jered Gruber, to get his view from behind the camera at races and beautiful cycling places around the world. VeloNews Podcasts
Cops Arrrest Teen Cyclists & It's Your Fault - EP 159 Between 2 Wheels Podcast: Cycling News, Commentary, and Analysis from NorCal; Host Tyler Janke. EP #159 Teen cyclist Javier Lopez was arrested on his bike ride on 2/8/2020 in Florida for failing to stop at a stop sign. The officer claims the cyclist also resisted arrest and failed to head the warnings to pull over. Between Two Wheels
Ep 285 - A Cycling Royal Rumble Oh boy, do we have a surprise for you this week! I hope you are sitting down, because this is a big one. And it's not even our Royal Rumble idea, which is also huge news. This week we are supported by WORX Hydroshot portable washer! Just in time for cyclocross season, and winter training rides. The Slow Ride Podcast
Amity Rockwell This week we're excited to bring you a conversation with Amity Rockwell, the 2019 winner of Dirty Kanza and overall gravel hitter. Amity has a unique and interesting path into the sport of cycling after growing up in… The post Amity Rockwell appeared first on FasCat. FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast
16: The Pogfather In this week's episode Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe recap the early season races and ask what the 2020 season has in store for Slovenian sensation Tadej Pogacar's after his victory at the Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana. The Telegraph Cycling Podcast
16: The Pogfather In this week's episode Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe recap the early season races and ask what the 2020 season has in store for Slovenian sensation Tadej Pogacar's after his victory at the Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana. The Cycling Podcast
VN Pod, ep. 177: Dirty Kanza winner Amity Rockwell; How far can Remco Evenepoel go? On this week's episode of The VeloNews Podcast we sit down with Dirty Kanza 200 winner Amity Rockwell to discuss gravel racing, women's racing, and other topics. Rockwell was not one of the favorites to win last year's Dirty Kanza, however she rode a consistent and near flawless race, and took the lead in the final push to the finish line. VeloNews Podcasts
15: Life in the Peloton - Andre Greipel In this episode of Life in the Peloton Mitch Docker meets Andre Greipel, the German sprinter who won 11 stages of the Tour de France between 2011 and 2016. The Cycling Podcast
Fast Talk, ep. 97: Stretching Too Much? Analysis with Menachem Brodie & Payson McElveen Are you stretching too much? The core of Fast Talk episode 97 delves into the short and long term effects of stretching, differentiates between the athletes in various disciplines that should be stretching more, and who should be stretching less. VeloNews Podcasts
The Keeper Being the technical editor at VeloNews has its perks. High on that list is the ability to find the best and the most durable products in the cycling sphere. When I encounter those, you can bet they stay in my stable. VeloNews Podcasts
Bicycle Talk Episode 184 February 5th 2020 Bicycle Talk Episode 184 Ron's Rant: Stop putting bike lanes in the door zone. Dooring is real! On a positive side: World Cyclocross Championships. How the US riders and others faired. Maintenance minute: This week it's not about the bike but about maintaining your body. Bicycle Talk
Meet the Bicycle Mayor of Coventry, Britain's "Motor City" The Spokesmen Cycling Podcast EPISODE 238: Meet the Bicycle Mayor of Coventry, Britain's "Motor City"  Monday 10th February 2020 SPONSOR: Jenson USA HOSTS: Carlton Reid & Laura Laker GUESTS:  Adam Tranter of Fusion Media, the new Bicycle Mayor of Coventry. The Spokesmen
In conversation with Peter Harrison on 30-mile bike ride in Northumberland Peter is also an industry veteran — he was Shimano-man for many years and owns a Newcastle bike shop.  This is rolling audio from a bike ride following part of the route of the Cyclone. The Spokesmen
Outspoken Cyclist - 2/8/2020 NAHBS 2020 with Don Walker. Aaron Weiss fills us in on his Shellback Bike Pack. Doug Torosian, founder of America by Bicycle. Outspoken Cyclist
Astana and Fuglsang Exonerated? World Tour and NorCal Cycling - EP 158 Between 2 Wheels Podcast: Cycling News, Commentary, and Analysis from NorCal; Host Tyler Janke, Curt Mills and Chris Flower. Episode #158 - Did the CADF exonerate Fuglsang, Astana and Dr. Ferrari? No, but we talk about the new developments. World Tour Cycling is closing out in Australia and moving to Europe and the Middle East. Between Two Wheels
FtFP Meets Winning In The Kitchen: Recipes! Perhaps the two most important pillars of the FasCat Coaching ethos, following the plan and Winning in the Kitchen go very hand in hand. We've podcasted about them separately but realized that they fit together nicely, so we… The post #FtFP Meets Winning In The Kitchen: Recipes! FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast
San Francisco To Wymondham The Spokesmen Cycling Podcast EPISODE 236: San Francisco To Wymondham Thursday 6th February 2020 SPONSOR: Jenson USA HOST: Carlton Reid GUESTS: Geeti Silwal of Perkins Will, one of the prime movers behind getting cars off Market Street in San Francisco; "Dr. The Spokesmen
55: Bryan Hollingsworth of Royal H Cycles Of the many builders I've met over the years, I don't think I've met any with a more unusual background. Bryan Hollingsworth is a New Englander who cut his teeth working for Seven Cycles. He may be the only builder I've ever met who has fabricated frames from carbon fiber, titanium and steel. The Pull Cycling Podcast
Music During Training, Eating in a Fast Race, Carb Loading and More - Ask a Cycling Coach 244 Pro tips for racing in heavy crosswinds, how cyclists should deal with "adaptive muscle shortening," using your commute to get faster and more is all covered in Episode 243 of The Ask a Cycling Coach Podcast. Ask a Cycling Coach - Trainer Road Podcast
PYSO, ep. 38: Fire, climate, and racing - What is the role of sport in society? Bobby and Gus get philosophical on this episode, discussing the role pro cyclists and everyday riders should or shouldn't have when it comes to environmental activism and politics. Gus quotes Olympic founding father Pierre de Coubertin, arguing that sport exists to make the world a better place. VeloNews Podcasts
Show 67 - Strength and Conditioning Stephen and Raya are finding out what exercises help you be a better - and more durable cyclist - and are at the Surrey Sports Park gym. But instead of just getting a coffee and cake and watching yummy mummies doing Pilates at the speed of a glacier, they are put through their paces with Alice Tourell North, an olympian and top level triathlete. The Cyclist Pod
Warren Cycling Podcast Episode 194: Road Racing and CX Worlds! Randy and Dean Warren talk each week about all things cycling focusing on all disciplines of professional racing. In Episode 194 the Warren brothers recap the end of the Vuelta a San Juan in Argentina and check in on the results from the races in Spain and Saudi Arabia. Warren Cycling Podcast
VN Pod, ep. 176: The CADF report on Jakob Fuglsang; Cam Wurf interview On this week's episode of The VeloNews Podcast we discuss the leaked report by the CADF that allegedly tied Astana riders Jakob Fuglsang and Alexey Lutsenko to banned doctor Michele Ferrari. What information is in the report and what information is left out? VeloNews Podcasts
14: Questions for Fuglsang and the reinvention of a Spanish institution In this week's podcast Richard Moore and Daniel Friebe discuss all the latest racing and news and there's an in-depth look at a team that's been reinvented for 2020. Apart from all the racing, Jakob Fuglsang, the Danish rider on Astana, has been subject to the allegation that he has been working with the banned doctor, Michele Ferrari. The Telegraph Cycling Podcast
14: Questions for Fuglsang and the reinvention of a Spanish institution In this week's podcast Richard Moore and Daniel Friebe discuss all the latest racing and news and there's an in-depth look at a team that's been reinvented for 2020. Apart from all the racing, Jakob Fuglsang, the Danish rider on Astana, has been subject to the allegation that he has been working with the banned doctor, Michele Ferrari. The Cycling Podcast
Ferrari to the Rescue, Crit Season Starts & Remco Reigns - EP 157 Between 2 Wheels Podcast: Cycling News, Commentary, and Analysis from NorCal; Host Tyler Janke, Curt Mills and Chris Flower. Episode #157 - This week we discuss the races in the southern hemisphere as Tour Down Under and Vuelta a San Juan conclude. Are we seeing the next best thing from Belgian Remco Evenepoel? Between Two Wheels
Fast Talk, ep. 96: Analysis on Pedaling Dynamics, with Colby Pearce For this episode, Chris and Coach Connor go to the fit guru Colby Pearce with a simple request: Tell us what you know about the pedal stroke. We anticipated an intelligent, albeit relatively short answer. What Colby gave us was a monologue of gold. We also caught up with reigning U.S. VeloNews Podcasts
Ep 284 - Not Legal Advice This week things got off the rails quickly without Tim around. Spencer spilled the beans on his Kanza training, and Little Guy let us know how his StuporBowl race went. Obviously we dug into Fuglsang and Ferrari, as well as coming up with better ways to send your $30k This week we are supported by WORX Hydroshot portable washer! The Slow Ride Podcast
Episode 44 - James Phillips Talks Zwift Esports Matt chats with British National Zwift champion, James Phillips, who’s juggling a lot these days. He’s got a full-time job, a father to two, and is a semi-pro racer for the world’s first eSports team – Canyon ZCC. He shares his journey on Zwift to date, and how he’s training to meet his lofty 2020 goals. Zwift Power Up Cycling Podcast
Bicycle Talk Episode 183 January 29th 2020 Bicycle Talk Episode 183 Ron's Rant: Your Local Bike Shop LBS. Do you support it? Would you like it to stay there? Ron talks about not forgetting those who serve you best. On a positive side: Your LBS and Ron's latest experience with the shop next door. Bicycle Talk
Faster - Podcast by FLO - Episode 36: How Your Gut Microbiome Can Make You Faster Christa Orrechio from The Whole Journey joins us on the show. During this episode, we’ll discuss the gut microbiome and its critical role in our health and performance as athletes. Listen to this episode to learn how improving the health of your gut microbiome can help you become a healthier, faster cyclist. Faster - Podcast by FLO
136. Blake Pond of Nopinz. Clothing Innovators for Time Trialists and Triathletes. From Barnstaple, Devon United Kingdom we welcome Blake Pond. Blake is the founder of NoPinz, now known world wide as an aerodynamic kit innovator. Welcome Blake Pond! Find out more at www.nopinz.com Thanks for downloading the show, get in touch @markflorence11 or [email protected] Cycling Time Trial Podcast
Outspoken Cyclist - 2/1/2020 Benita Warns from Midway Bike talks about the charitable work that led to becoming a bike supplier. Jay Kinsinger from Sojourn Cyclery. Outspoken Cyclist
Warren Cycling Podcast Episode 193: TDU and San Juan In Episode 193 Randy and Dean Warren discuss the latest cycling results across multiple disciplines. The Warren brothers recap the end of the Santos Tour Down Under and the beginning of the Tour of San Juan. There is also racing in Mallorca to talk about as well as Gravel and the final Cyclocross World Cup race. Warren Cycling Podcast
Cyclo-cross World Cup finale with Van Aert, Compton and van der Poel This is our first in a series of podcasts in which we are partnering with Shimano and for our first episode we headed to Hoogerheide for the final round of the Cyclo-cross World Cup. The Cycling News Podcast
Racing in Heavy Crosswinds, Adaptive Muscle Shortening, Commuting and More - Ask a Cycling Coach 243 Pro tips for racing in heavy crosswinds, how cyclists should deal with "adaptive muscle shortening," using your commute to get faster and more is all covered in Episode 243 of The Ask a Cycling Coach Podcast. Ask a Cycling Coach - Trainer Road Podcast
PYSO Ep. 37 - Welcome to 2020 It's a new year, and Angus Morton and Bobby Julich are back at it with Put Your Socks On, a deep dive into the sport of professional cycling by two men whose experience spans the globe. VeloNews Podcasts
VN Pod, ep. 175: Tour Down Under's format, UCI gravel, James Piccoli and Larry Warbasse The 2020 WorldTour season has roared to life with the Tour Down Under finishing up on Sunday. Richie Porte took the overall after again dropping his foes on Old Willunga Hill. The formulaic finish of this year's race begs the question: Should the Tour Down Under change its format? VeloNews Podcasts
13: Last of the Summer Wine In this episode of The Cycling Podcast, Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe discuss the early season news and recap the Tour Down Under. There's also Luca Scinto's ban on power meters, the news that the UCI is considering a world championship for gravel racing and we discuss Peter Sagan's latest milestone - his 30th birthday. The Telegraph Cycling Podcast