Sep 5, 2020
2020 Tour de France Stage 8
43 min

The highs and lows for France today. Big French stage win but a bad day for Thibaut Pinot. The guys once again fawn over Wout van Aert and discuss his future career. Former Tour winner Andy Schleck joins the boys to talk about Tadej Pogačar's fearless effort and how he sees Bernal going at the moment.

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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
The Cycling News Podcast
The Cycling News Podcast
Valgren interview and report cards for NTT and EF Pro Cycling
In the latest episode of the Cyclingnews podcast, brought to you by Sportful and Pinarello, we speak to Michael Valgren about his 2020 season, his time at NTT Pro Cycling and his move to EF Pro Cycling ahead of next year’s campaign.   The Danish rider spent two years on the African team and never quite managed to replicate the 2018 form that saw him win Amstel Gold Race but he talks about his motivation, why things didn’t work out and how he will fit into EF Pro Cycling’s roster. As well as hearing from Valgren, we also start our yearly report card analysis of the WorldTour teams and as Valgren features – and because there’s no real method – we start by taking a look at both NTT and EF.   NTT actually started the season incredibly well. They came into 2020 with arguably one of the weakest rosters of the WorldTour teams but they won six races by the time Paris-Nice concluded. They dominated a number of online races during lockdown but once racing resumed they struggled. Giacomo Nizzolo won the European Championships and Ben O’Connor took a fine stage in the Giro d’Italia but there was very little for them to celebrate.   They ended the year with eight wins but the season was really dominated by sponsorship issues and once more the underperformance of several key riders. Sponsorship issues created uncertainty and tension between the management before Assos stepped in to help the team going forward. We analyze the season for NTT, before Procycling’s editor Edward Picking – a former teacher no less – provides the team with a report card grade.   Then we head to EF, and the American team that went from 17 wins in 2019 to 17 wins this year. There was no Monument win this time around but the team were aggressive in every format of racing – they won stages in all three Grand Tours and finished on the podium in the Vuelta a España. They also won the Critérium du Dauphiné with one of the best days of racing we saw all year, and even if you strip out the wins they took outside of the WorldTour – for example, the wins in Colombia – they were impressive. Our presenters look back on the year for the team before Mr Pickering provides his end of season grade.   The Cyclingnews Podcast is brought to you by Sportful and Pinarello.    Sponsor message   Born in the Italian Dolomites, Sportful has been making athletes faster, more efficient and better protected since 1972.   Official apparel supplier to Bora-Hansgrohe. The same Pro Issue apparel, which includes our BodyFit Pro and Fiandre lines, worn by Peter Sagan is available to purchase by all cyclists.    BodyFit Pro; a form fitting design with a focus on enhanced aerodynamics was created specifically for the rigors of pro bike racing.    Our versatile Fiandre line uses proprietary technology to keep you dry and comfortable in inclement, variable weather conditions.    Sportful leads the market with innovative and technical apparel so you can experience those unforgettable moments, your very best days on a bike.    For more details visit Follow the ride on instagram @sportful
48 min
The Cycling Podcast
The Cycling Podcast
Lionel Birnie, Daniel Friebe, Richard Moore
198: The transfer market
In this week's episode Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe talk about cycling's transfer market and the eleventh hour rescue of World Tour team NTT, which will race in 2021 as Qhubeka Assos. As well as discussing the eclectic roster being put together by the African team, we hear from rider agent Gary McQuaid, who looks after Bob Jungels, Adam Yates, Jai Hindley and others, and from one rider who's been left high and dry, James Shaw. Shaw spent two years with Lotto-Soudal and has been trying to get back into the World Tour but is finding it tough. Still just 24, he feels he has a lot to offer and hopes to continue his professional career, but he also has a mortgage to pay and dogs to feed and worries that he is running out of time.  Our supporters The Cycling Podcast is supported by iwoca ( and Science in Sport For 25% off all your Science in Sport products enter the discount code SISCP25 at ( This episode is also sponsored by Hello Fresh ( . Get 50% off your first HelloFresh box and 35% off your next three with the code CYCLING
1 hr 58 min
Bikes or Death Podcast
Bikes or Death Podcast
Patrick Farnsworth
Ep. 61 - Ted King, FKT on the ARHCR
From 2006 to 2015 Ted King was a professional road cycling before switching to gravel where he took 1st at the DK200 in 2016 and 2018. Earlier this month he completed the 1,000+ mile Arkansas High Country Race in first with a time of 4 days, 20 hours, which was good enough to snag the FKT set by Jay Petervary in June of this year. The ARHCR is no walk in the park either. It may be easy to have your guard down when you see that the highest point on the route is only 2,745 ft. elevation, but in the words of friend and route creator Chuck Campbell "The valleys are low and the grade is steep". I got to preview a portion of the route in February and I got a first hand taste of the steepness. The route is littered with sharp grades going both up or down. There is very little flat sections, in most cases you're either going up or down. On Oct. 31st 2020 twenty ultra-endurance cyclist started from Fayetteville, AR. Racers can choose to go either CW or CCW, but regardless of which direction you go there is still 1,037 miles and over 80,000 ft of climbing through the Ozarks and Ouachitas in NW Arkansas. Of the 20 that started only 7 finished, which in itself is a testament to the toughness of this route. This was Ted's first attempt at an ultra endurance bikepacking event. He didn't have much experience bikepacking either, but that didn't stop him from signing up to tackle a very challenging course. Like many of you, I followed his dot closely to see if his wealth of experience in other disciplines of the sport would transfer over, or if the local Andrew Onermaa would be able to keep the crown away from King. In the end Ted would ultimately grit it out to win by beating out all previous FKT's, but for much of the race Andrew was on his heels never taking the pressure off. He recorded a video shortly after scratching that's worth watching. If you want to know how hard it is, this video scratches the surface of what it takes to compete at a high level against one of hell of a professional cyclist. Ted, congrats on your FKT, welcome to bikepacking! I can't wait to see what you set your sites on in the future.
1 hr 3 min
Ask a Cycling Coach - TrainerRoad Podcast
Ask a Cycling Coach - TrainerRoad Podcast
Crank Length, Achieving Mastery, DOMS and More – Ask a Cycling Coach 287
What is the best crank length for cycling and how does it affect your power, how to achieve mastery of cycling skills and is muscle soreness a requirement for effective strength training. All this and more in Episode 287 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 * How to know which skills to focus on • How to achieve mastery of a skill * How to set effective goals • Insider tips to getting the most from TrainerRoad • How to measure your improvement with TrainerRoad • Is DOMS necessary to get benefit from strength training? * Does crank length matter? * What crank length is best? • How crank length affects your power output • How to pick the right crank length • Does mountain biking make you a faster road cyclist? • How COVID-19 has made us faster cyclists • Endurance training with limited time • Saddle bag or no saddle bag? • How to measure distance for indoor cycling • Why ramp tests use steps • Cold weather cycling tips ------------------------------------------------------------------ SUCCESSFUL ATHLETES PODCAST * iTunes: * Google Podcasts: * YouTube: ------------------------------------------------------------------ RESOURCES AND STUDIES REFERENCED IN THIS EPISODE - - ------------------------------------------------------------------ STAY IN TOUCH Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: Strava Club:
2 hr 5 min
Inside Running Podcast
Inside Running Podcast
TMYT Network
161: Richard Welsh - Launceston Running Festival Preview
Brad comes up out on top at Gungahlin parkrun and leads De Agony of De FeetJulian reveals his hill running credentials on the hilly tempo loop out at Aireys Inlet.Brady hits a speed hump pacing Archie and makes progress with his hamstrings.Richard Welsh joins the boys to preview the fields ahead of the Launceston Running Festival’s 10K and Half Marathon, as well as some talk behind the scenes about organising the event and the viability of hosting an Australian marathon championship in Tasmania and reveals a world record attempt.Official Launceston Running Festival Press Release NASS Funding allocation announced for 2021, prompting discussion among Australia’s elite about whether they receive an appropriate level of support.Athletics Australia Press Release NASS Policy Outline Dion Finocchiaro is the new 50km National Record Holder, running 2:50:47 at Box Hill’s Hagenauer Reserve. The attempt featured previous IRP guest Dane Verwey who finished second while under the previous record held by Mark Tucker, as well as John Dutton who ran 2:54:29 and Craig Appleby. Airtel Delhi Half Marathon features some fast Ethiopians and an Indian National Record. Lets Run Report Listener Question asks how to go about hydration and support in a marathon time trial while Moose wonders what constitutes an athletics club from state to state and the boys end the episode with banter over what Moose’s next big purchase should be. Patreon Link: Opening and Closing Music is Undercover of my Skin by Benny Walker. For shoes or running apparel contact Julian at: Join the conversation at: To donate and show your support for the show:
1 hr 41 min
The Worn & Wound Podcast
The Worn & Wound Podcast
worn&wound LLC
Ep. 162: November Recap - The Virtual Windup Watch Fair, New Releases from Sinn, and Oris Goes In-House with the Caliber 400
As we rapidly approach the end of 2020, the Worn & Wound team sits down to review the month of November. It was a busy month, dominated by the Virtual Windup Watch Fair, and a whole bunch of new releases, including a few retro inspired GMTs from some of our favorite indie brands, a slew of new stuff from Sinn, and a whole lot more. Blake Buetttner, Zach Weiss, and Zach Kazan take you through all of it in this week’s episode. Be sure to check out the show notes below for details on the watches discussed in this episode, and don’t forget to visit the dedicated Virtual Windup Watch Fair site to catch up on any of the video interviews or new releases you may have missed. This week’s episode of the Worn & Wound podcast is brought to you by Citizen and their iconic line of Eco-Drive watches. For over 40 years, Citizen has been producing watches with Eco-Drive technology. Highly efficient and versatile, Citizen Eco-Drive watches are powered by any light – artificial, natural, and even dim light. Eco-Drive watches never need a battery replacement and once fully charged, many models will operate for 6 months with no light source. Some of our favorite Eco-Drive models include the ultra-thin Eco-Drive One, Promaster Nighthawk, and the Super Titanium Armor. To learn more and discover Citizen’s full line of Eco-Drive watches, head to To stay on top of all new episodes, you can subscribe to The Worn & Wound Podcast — now available on all major platforms including iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Soundcloud, Spotify, and more. You can also find our RSS feed here. And if you like what you hear, then don’t forget to leave us a review on iTunes. If there’s a question you want us to answer you can hit us up at, and we’ll put your question in the queue.Show Notes * Zach W’s wrist check: Farer Lander Chronograph * Zach K’s wrist check: Omega Speedmaster Professional * Blake’s wrist check: Farer Cayley * Lorier Hyperion GMT * Baltic Aquascaphe GMT * The new Sinn 105 family * Sinn R500 * James Porter & Son on Instagram * Longines Legend Diver in bronze * Seiko SPB185 and SPB187 * The Oris Aquis Date with the in-house Caliber 400 * Video Interview with Oris CEO Rolf Studer * The Merci x Hodinkee LMM-H01 Limited Edition * Christopher Ward x Worn & Wound C65 Sandstorm and Sandstorm Blackout
58 min
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