99: World Championship Wins and Losses, Minimum Wage (Or Not) for Cyclists, and Beards Banned on Belgian Riders
World Championship Wins and Losses, Minimum Wage (Or Not) for Cyclists, Risks for Older Males in Triathlons and Beards Banned on Belgian Riders.
98: Interbike Recap, Victor at RMBL, Individual Time Trial World Championships, and Legal Brakes
Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Play | Stitcher | RSS | More Subscribe OptionsRecorded on September 21, 2017 Hosted by Kelley O’Toole…
97: Slipstream Rides On, Dangerous Hurricane Gains, Who’s Wearing the Red Jersey, and the Women’s WorldTour Winner
Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Play | Stitcher | RSS | More Subscribe OptionsRecorded on September 13, 2017 Hosted by Kelley O’Toole…
96: Aqua Blue Sport en Fuego, Fear Watts, Apologies, #notmyqueen, and Bike Shop Awards
The RideArgyle effort continues, updates on the Vuelta España, Cycling Weekly’s forced apology, times to take shelter while riding, Justin’s animal encounter, Interbike’s shop awards and last year in Las Vegas, Tour of Britain news, and hill-climb gearing.
95: Reigning in Kayle Leogrande, What Are We Drinking?, Steven Woolridge, Grand Tour Crowdfunding, Updates on Vuelta España, and bike pumps in New York
Reigning in the scandals of Kayle Leogrande, new segment: What Are We Drinking?, the loss of Steven Woolridge, a Grand Tour team begins Crowdfunding, updates on the Vuelta España, and free bike pumps in New York – how good is it?
94: Icarus Continued, Reddit for Cycling, UV Avoidance, BPM #7, Vuelta a España, Trump Nixes DC Bike Share
Topics: Icarus documentary revisited, tips on using Reddit successfully for cycling, protecting yourself from the sun, BPM #7 in BICYCLIST Issue #144, updates on the Vuelta a España, and Trump slashes bike programs from White House budget.
93: ICARUS, Strong Words From Floyd Landis, Joshua Tree and Desert Survival, and The World’s Largest Bicycle Parking Garage
Topics: ICARUS the documentary, Floyd Landis interview with CyclingNews, couple goes missing in Joshua Tree, desert survival tips, and the world’s largest bicycle parking garage is in Ultrecht.
92: The Rapha-Walmart Connection, Electric Bike Shares Pt. 2, Crossfit and Cyclocross, Lance Thwarted, and Giro In Search Of Peace In The Middle East
Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Play | Stitcher | RSS | More Subscribe OptionsRecorded on August 9, 2017 Hosted by Kelley O’Toole…
91: BPM #6, Utah’s Unique Bike Share, Zwift Tryouts, and the Curious Case of Alessandro Andreoli
The team looks at BICYCLIST Provisions Matrix #6, a new e-bike-share in Park City, Utah, a study done in New York about cyclist injuries, Alessandro Andreoli’s motor-doping mishap, and pro racing news.
90: Tour de France Part 3 (Final), the California Coast Route, Elevated Bikeways, and Road Rage Revisited
The team wraps up coverage of Le Tour, and Tim basks in the glory of being right. Travis Risley completes his ride down the California coast, China completes the world’s longest elevated bikeway, and road rage in Canada gets very ugly.
89: Dave Brailsford Press Implosion, Fireworks in Le Tour, 3D Printing in the Peloton, Double Century Redux
We dive into some follow-up with Contador, Dave Brailsford, and The Cowboy Cyclist. The Tour de France continues into the weekend with several surprises on the yellow and green jerseys. Also, what are pro racers doing with 3D printed bike parts?
88: Tour de France Part 2, Tour de Pharmacy, Catalina Island, and Coffee Power
Without Peter Sagan, the Tour de France becomes Tour de Marcel Kittel, with the German taking 5 stage wins already. We also detail a route on Catalina Island, and discuss some new developments in the healthiness of coffee.
87: Tour de France Part 1: Injustice, Injury…And Disc Brakes
Cavendish goes to the hospital after a Tour de France Stage 4 crash, Sagan’s elbow blamed, leading to disqualification. Tour de France features fancy new viewing options. Kittel Wins Stage 3 with new Shimano disc brakes.
86: Falling from bikes, Le Tour 2017 Predictions, Poop Doping, Playa Del Rey, and Issue #143
Falling from bikes, Le Tour 2017 Predictions, Poop Doping, Playa Del Ray, and Issue #143
85.5 | INTERVIEW | Jackson Long and the Vegan Alpletic Ride – Do Epic $#!?
In this first special edition episode recorded out of Crested Butte, Colorado, I speak with Jackson Long of Thought for Food TV about his upcoming Vegan Alpletic Ride, which will feature famous climbs of the Tour de France and Giro d’Italia, while bringing awareness to the benefits of a plant-based lifestyle.
85: Free Laguna Beach Summer Shuttle, Cycling Injuries and Age Groups, Guardian Bikes on Shark Tank, and LeMond’s Tour Predictions
OC-based Guardian Bikes visits Shark Tank, Greg LeMond makes Tour predictions and suggestions, plus, this summer you can catch a free shuttle ride from Irvine to Laguna Beach on the Summer Breeze shuttle.
84: Shimano Ultegra R8000, SRAM GX 12-Speed, Review of BPM #5, The 50 Mile Path That Will Connect Coachella Valley to the Salton Sea
Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Play | Stitcher | RSS | More Subscribe OptionsRecorded on June 14 Hosted by Kelley O’Toole…
83: Leadville 100, Dirty Kanza, Hammer Series, Critérium du Dauphiné. And Looking For Gemstones In Gender Land Mines
We discuss exciting news for any racer looking for a team to join the Leadville 100 MTB race in Colorado, that CAF is offering a spot on their team, and the results of the Dirty Kanza 200 for the men and women. We recap on the results of the first Hammer Series, and Justin gives us an overview of the Criterium du Dauphine.
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