The Cyclist Pod
The Cyclist Pod
Jul 18, 2020
Show 79 - Strava Segments
1 hr 11 min

The Cyclist Pod - now with Cyclist Magazine special offer included! It's sunny - so Stephen and Raya are out. Cycling. OBVS.

Though they still have time to chew the fat of cycling related lockdown observations... including how the warehouses of Europe are running out of cycling kit and what this has done to the 2nd hand market. Never repaired an inner tube? Now might be time to learn.

That said, while there's less kit, there's still a kitbag. Despite barely earning, we've been buying. IT'S AN ADDICTION YOU CAN'T HELP US

And our main story - Strava. They've moved loads of stuff to pay only. Is this good? Bad? Ugly? We dive in and tear their business plan to SHREDS! (Exaggeration)

And as ever, the Velominati.

Oh, and wildlife have got cocky. They think they own the roads. Err, guys, that'll be the cyclists. Fight you for it.

 

Plus! An offer from super-glossy sponsor (Cyclist Magazine yeah!) which is in the end credits, in case you wanted to fast forward the whole pod (sob). Also: In this description.

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