Sep 15, 2020
2020 Tour de France Stage 17
42 min

Spiderman conquers the never ending climb up Col de la Loze. Lopez shines for Columbia as his fellow countrymen, Bernal, does not start. Bahrain sets a wicked pace but their plan for Landa falls apart. The guys discuss the Queen Stage, Sepp Kuss' day and another hard day tomorrow. 

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The Bradley Wiggins Show by Eurosport
The Bradley Wiggins Show by Eurosport
2020 – A year like no other | Hugh Carthy the complete package but will EF back him for GC in 2021?
Brad and Graham are back and joined by living legend Sean Kelly for the last episode of the Bradley Wiggins Show this year to dissect a season like no other.  The trio deliberate on the truncated racing calendar with Sam Bennett and Tao Geoghegan Hart’s exploits at the Tour de France and Giro d’Italia lauded. King Kelly breaks down his nerves as protégé Bennett sealed Champs-Élysées glory.   Primoz Roglic, who saw a maiden Tour de France win agonisingly taken from his grasp by Tadej Pogačar, bounced back to claim a consecutive Vuelta a España to continue an astounding few years.   Elsewhere, Hugh Carthy was the latest breakthrough act in a season of breakthroughs, and Brad calls the Lancashire rider the finished package, who has a genuine chance of winning a Grand Tour. However, will EF Pro Cycling back him?  2012 Tour de France winner Brad expects Team Ineos to bounce back after – despite Giro success – a disappointing season but raises questions over some of the signings the British-based team have made. Chris Froome, who is set to sign with Israel Start-Up Nation for the 2021 season, expects excellence, adds Brad, and his team have made some astute signings to support the seven-times Grand Tour winner as he goes in search of a fifth Tour.  The trio wrap up with their moments of the season and expectations for next year. The Bradley Wiggins Show is produced by Pete Burton. See for privacy and opt-out information.
47 min
Oxygen Addict Triathlon Podcast
Oxygen Addict Triathlon Podcast
Rob Wilby
314 David Naylor - Age Group Story
David Naylor is an age grouper, and CTO of a data science company. As a relative beginner to triathlon who’d only completed one sprint distance race, he was inspired by some friends who had completed Ironman UK and promptly signed up himself - despite not being able to swim front crawl! David talks with honesty about overcoming a period of poor mental health, and how regular exercise helps him stay mentally, as well as physically, healthy. Sponsors - Leaders in triathlete sweat testing and hydration, with multi-strength electrolytes that match how you sweat. Get 15% off your first order With the code OXYGENADDICT15 You can book a 20 minute free hydration strategy video call with a hydration expert here: Mention you heard about it on the Oxygenaddict Triathlon Podcast and you’ll be entered in a free draw to win a £50 Precision Hydration bundle ! Group Evolution Triathlon Retreats - - luxury triathlon retreats delivered by Dave Scott, and other leading coaches, at an exclusive 19th Century Chateau in the Pays de la Loire, France. Use the code oxygenaddict15 for 15% off. - The most comprehensive triathlon coaching program for busy age groupers. To find out more, You can book a skype call with Rob or the Team here Join us for our Zwift - OxygenAddict Triathlon Podcast Power Hour interval training session, Tuesdays at 7.15pm UK time. Check the Zwift listings for details! Our Patrons : Support the show with a monthly or one off donation - thanks so much for your support! Join the Oxygenaddict Triathlon Community page on facebook here: Listen on Spotify: Listen on iTunes: Some links are affiliate links, which mean that we may get paid commission if you make a purchase via the link, or using the code, at no extra cost to you.
1 hr 8 min
The Cycling Podcast
The Cycling Podcast
Lionel Birnie, Daniel Friebe, Richard Moore
195: Explore | Escape From Lockdown
Explore returns with Escape From Lockdown, an episode celebrating the simple joy of riding a bike. The coronavirus pandemic has made it difficult to explore the world on two wheels. Most of the world has experienced lockdown or travel restrictions of some sort and we've all been tethered to home more than usual. For this episode, four riders took advantage of loosening restrictions to go cycling and they ended up enjoying four very different adventures. The result is an hour or so of pure escapism. We'll travel from coast to coast in northern England with Felicity Cloake, join Richard Moore as he tackles his first 100-mile ride in years, go bikepacking and outdoor camping with Ian Boswell and his wife Gretchen, and scale the 1,909m ascent of Mont Ventoux with Hannah Troop and her friend Ollie. Explore by The Cycling Podcast is supported by iwoca ( and Science in Sport ( . HANNAH TROOP'S VOYAGE TO VENTOUX Where was your ride? Montpellier train station to the top of Mont Ventoux and back again... more or less How long was it? Day one: 160km Day two: 70km Day three: 93km When was it? October 8-10 Who were you riding with? My friend Ollie What bike were you riding? My Cannondale Evo What was the terrain like? Mainly road but Komoot took us over some amazing gravel too What are you most glad you took with you? Hannah: A pair of Vibram-soled trainers that could be rolled up easily, and so fit into my handlebar bag without taking up too much room. Also the Rapha Explore down jacket, which packs down into a small bag so doesn't take up a lot of room, but it's so nice to have warm and comfy clothing to change into at the end of a long day on the bike Ollie: Backpack Hannah: I will not accept this answer, I said to Ollie that if he ever came cycling with me again while wearing that backpack, I'd take it off him and burn it. This was explained to him about 155km into the first day of riding, while I was carrying it up a 3km climb that was ramping up to 12%! What do you wish you'd not left behind? Hannah: The outbound route for my Garmin...LOL! And the Garmin mount for the other bike. If there's more than one of you it's great if you can both see the route. It's a huge help having someone else share the navigation. It just lessens the load on your brain once you become fatigued, and it's always good to have two pairs of eyes checking that you're heading in the right direction Ollie: Chamois cream Hannah: Can I add another question? What do you wish you'd left behind? Ollie's 8kg rucksack. Frame bags are definitely the way to go. Cycling with that much weight on your back just makes things so much more hard work. It also means you get a lot more saddlesore. Highlight? Hannah: Has to be ascending Mont Ventoux and reaching the top of a mountain that has so much cycling history encapsulated within its slopes. Taking it all in, while having two hours of being inside your mind and body, experiencing your body go through moments of feeling strong and then moments of struggle. It's a wonderful moment that holds many parallels to life, especially after this year. It was a lovely, albeit hard, moment for reflection Ollie: Descending Mont Ventoux with my partner in crime Lowlight? Hannah: Spectacularly bonking on the third day, while carrying Ollie's 8kg rucksack... Ollie: The nappy rash Hannah and Ollie stayed at La Ferme des Belugues ( courtesy of Friends of the Podcast Karen and Spencer Martin. RICHARD MOORE'S RIDE PICARDIE Where was your ride? The ride was to Contalmaison from Croissy-sur-Celle via Saint-Just-en-Chaussée, Montdidier and Albert How long was it? 167.96km When was it? August 15 Who were you riding with? It was a solo ride What bike were you riding? Canyon Endurance CF SL Disc 8.0 Pro What was the terrain like? Rolling terrain. No serious climbs but 1,452m elevation What are you most glad you took with you? A face mask What do you wish you'd left behind? About 5kg* of blubber Highlight? Welcome party and picnic in Contalmaison Lowlight? Within five minutes of setting off after lunch a wasp flew into my helmet and stung my head *conservative estimate Sponsor Richard's ride for Pancreatic Cancer UK. ( IAN BOSWELL'S BIKEPACKING AND CAMPING Where was your ride? We started at our house in Peacham, Vermont, and stayed the night at Ricker Pond in Groton State forest. How long was it? Only 40 miles, 20 each way When was it? Mid-July Who were you riding with? My wife, Gretchen What bike were you riding? I was on my Specialized Diverge gravel bike, Gretchen was on the Creo e-bike from Specialized What are you most glad you took with you? The s'mores! What do you wish you'd not left behind? I could have used a sleeping bag and sleeping pad. We shared one sleeping pad and I slept using a quick dry towel as my blanket FELICITY CLOAKE'S WAY OF THE ROSES Where was your ride? The Way of the Roses from Morecambe to Bridlington How long was it? Day 1 (Thursday afternoon): 63.6km (Lancaster-Morecambe-Settle) Day 2 (Friday): 72.4km (Settle-Ripon) Day 3 (Saturday): 83.7km (Ripon-Pocklington) Day 4 (Sunday morning): 73.8km (Pocklington-Bridlington) When was it? Early October Who were you riding with? My friend, (annoyingly fit Strava addict) Gemma What bike were you riding? A Condor Fratello by the name of Eddy What was the terrain like? In general, undulating terrain – day two across the Dales was relentlessly hilly, while day three near York was very flat. Some “fun” cross country stuff through muddy fields en route, but mostly on road What are you most glad you took with you? Wet wipes – it was ridiculously wet and muddy on day three and we had to clean ourselves down next to York minster before we could even contemplate going inside for lunch  What do you wish you'd not left behind? While I didn’t use my new winter tights (legs dry quicker than Lycra) I do regret not getting waterproof shoe covers. My feet were VERY soggy for three days straight Highlight? Swooping majestically through the Fountains Abbey estate on the way into Ripon after a hard day in the Dales. Or possibly a large fish and chips in Bridlington Lowlight? Arriving at the B&B just outside Pocklington in the dark absolutely soaked through to find nowhere to dry our stuff and nowhere nearby to eat. Pretty dispiriting getting back into the soggy gear and on to the bikes in the storm
1 hr 33 min
Ask a Cycling Coach - TrainerRoad Podcast
Ask a Cycling Coach - TrainerRoad Podcast
Low Cadence, Choking, Equipment Choices and More – Ask a Cycling Coach 285
Is low cadence more naturally efficient than high cadence, how to perform in high-pressure situations, the hosts’ favorite equipment choices and more in episode 285 of the Ask a Cycling Coach Podcast! Find mentioned studies and products from this episode: ------------------------------------------------------------------ ABOUT TRAINERROAD — CYCLING’S MOST EFFECTIVE TRAINING SYSTEM TrainerRoad makes cyclists faster. Athletes get structured indoor workouts, science-backed training plans, and easy-to-use performance analysis tools to reach their goals. Build Your Custom Plan: Train Together with Group Workouts: Get Started: ------------------------------------------------------------------ TOPICS COVERED IN THIS EPISODE * Is low cadence more efficient? * How to avoid choking * The hosts’ favorite tires * Strength training during recovery weeks • What bottle cages are best? • How to pace a long time trial ------------------------------------------------------------------ SUCCESSFUL ATHLETES PODCAST * iTunes: * Google Podcasts: * YouTube: ------------------------------------------------------------------ STUDIES REFERENCED IN THIS EPISODE ------------------------------------------------------------------ STAY IN TOUCH Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: Strava Club:
2 hr 5 min
VeloNews Podcasts
VeloNews Podcasts
PYSO, ep. 79: Skylar Schneider on pivoting from Boels-Dolmans to L39ION of Los Angeles
Skylar Schneider started riding bikes at age 4, and by age 18 she moved to Holland to race professionally. Now with three years at the powerhouse squad Boels-Dolmans under her belt, the American is returning to race domestically for 2021 with L39GION of Los Angeles, the expanding team run by Justin and Cory Williams. On this episode of Put Your Socks On, Schneider talks about learning her way in Holland as a teenager with the help of other racers — she now has Dutch residency — and how the opportunity with L39GION of LA came about. "I've admired what Justin and Cory are doing with Legion for a while," she said. "And this summer, Justin and I just got on the phone, and he had some good advice. At that time, Legion didn't really have a women's program. So he really liked the idea. And then we put together a budget. And from there, it moved pretty quickly. And I'm really excited about this opportunity to have a new adventure, but also come back to the U.S." In addition to her own racing, Schneider said L39ION represents a broader opportunity in the sport for others. "With 39ION, there was this new opportunity to do something really special within the sport. Their mission is to increase diversity and inclusivity. There's plenty of little girls that need a role model as well," she said. "Right now it's really small and just kind of starting, but I think it can grow into something really big. And that's ultimately why I was really excited to join." At the junior world championships in 2016, Schneider took silver in the road race and fourth in the time trial. Looking ahead, a win at the world championships remains a goal.
27 min
That Triathlon Show
That Triathlon Show
Mikael Eriksson
Indoor bike training with World Tour level coach Kevin Poulton | EP#261
Kevin Poulton is a World Tour level cycling coach who has worked with top cyclists like Caleb Ewan, Alex Dowsett and Mat Hayman. He is also a former employee of Zwift and is incredibly knowledgeable in how to effectively incorporate indoor cycling in a training program, for professionals and amateurs alike. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: -Kevin's coaching and training principles -Equipment and setup advice for indoor cycling -How to effectively incorporate indoor training and racing into your program -Heat adaptation and two-a-day's when training indoors -Measuring core body temperature non-invasively with new technology -Indoor block training in preparation for key races and Grand Tours -Using INSCYD testing to refine training objectives and approaches -Best practices for low-glycogen training SHOWNOTES: SCIENTIFIC TRIATHLON AND THAT TRIATHLON SHOW WEBPAGE: SPONSORS: Precision Hydration - One-size doesn't fit all when it comes to hydration. Take Precision Hydration's FREE sweat test and learn how you should hydrate. Use the discount code THATTRIATHLONSHOW15 to get 15% off your order OR use the code THATTRIATHLONSHOW and get your first box for free. ROKA - The finest triathlon wetsuits, apparel, equipment, and eyewear on the planet. Trusted by Javier Gómez, Gwen Jorgensen, Flora Duffy, Mario Mola, Lucy Charles and others. Visit for 20% off your order. LINKS AND RESOURCES: * Kevin's profiles on Twitter and Instagram * Whoosh indoor cycling platform * CORE Body Temperature device * All Cycling-related episodes on That Triathlon Show * 8 indoor bike training software options: overviews and interviews | EP#157 RATE AND REVIEW: If you enjoy the show, please help me out by subscribing, rating and reviewing: CONTACT: Want to send feedback, questions or just chat? Email me at or connect on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter.
1 hr 23 min
The Concept2 Workout Podcast
The Concept2 Workout Podcast
As The Flywheel Spins - Your Top 10 Workouts
Hello! Thanks for joining me on this latest journey. I loved introducing you to some of my friends outside of C2! This past season has brought some new life to our workouts for sure. We possibly piqued your interest to branch out and tap into some new workout avenues hopefully too!! I thought it would be fun to list out the top 10 most downloaded workouts in the history of our workouts. If you need some suggestions for which one to hit next, start here! (Listed 10 down to number 1) Number 10: Workout 55 - RowErg - Pendulum Conundrum Changing the Damper Number 9: Workout 53 - RowErg - Ups and Downs 30 Minutes Start to Finish Number 8: Workout 59 - RowErg - Right Here Waiting for You Longest workout of them all! Number 7: Workout 57 - RowErg - Start Fast, Finish Strong Fast Stroke Rates then building power *Cady Favorite Workout 15 - RowErg - Master of Control Same Format at Workout 57, but entirely different Number 6: Workout 2 - RowErg - Power Play Three 7 Minute intervals in typical fashion Number 5: Workout 4 - RowErg - Short and Spicy Workout found in the monitor's Custom Workouts *Cady Favorite Workout 12 - RowErg - Can You Hang? Give yourself a split goal based on your own effort Number 4: Workout 61 - RowErg - Tril*Erg*y 48 minutes of solid work start to finish Number 3: Workout 62 - SkiErg - Tril*Erg*y Same workout at Workout 61, just on the SkiErg Number 2: Workout 1 - RowErg - Pilot First Workout Released on As The Flywheel Spins! Number 1: Bonus Release - ROW BASICS Technique and Points of Performance Enjoy your next workout!! ~Cady
14 min
How to Be Superhuman
How to Be Superhuman
Red Bull
Bonus: The fastest woman to cycle around the world: Jenny Graham, Series 1 Episode 13
In this extra special episode, Scottish cyclist Jenny Graham chatted to Rob Pope about how she broke the female world record for cycling around the globe – unsupported – in 2018, smashing Italian Paola Gianotti’s four-year record by an extraordinary 20 days. Recorded and streamed live during Red Bull Timelaps – the world’s longest one-day cycling event, which challenges riders to accumulate as much distance as possible within 25 hours – Jenny’s story of cycling 18,000 miles, through 16 countries, completely self-supported, served as much-needed inspiration to event participants – and will to any budding endurance cyclists. Averaging more than 156 miles a day for 124 days, Jenny gives a thrilling account of her extraordinary journey. From being greeted by beautiful blinding sunrises after long nights of riding, to experiencing new magical cultures and ways of life, to the many incredible and unforgettable interactions she had with those she met on her journey, Jenny describes the gratitude she felt every day as she made her way around the globe, powered by her own steam. But, as Jenny describes, it wasn’t without its challenges: freezing temperatures, deadly wildlife, illness, and overwhelming exhaustion made for some truly testing days, which saw Jenny pushed to the very edge of her physical and mental limits… Listen to all episodes and discover more about How to Be Superhuman at
1 hr 4 min
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