12 episodes

This podcast is for women, by women. It's a celebration of everything we love about life on the bike. Join host Nicole Moerig as she captures the most amazing races, interviews the best female athletes, and attempts to ask the sports toughest questions.

Love Women's Cycling Podcast Black Sheep Cycling

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    • 5.0, 5 Ratings

This podcast is for women, by women. It's a celebration of everything we love about life on the bike. Join host Nicole Moerig as she captures the most amazing races, interviews the best female athletes, and attempts to ask the sports toughest questions.

    Episode 12. Coffee Ride with Ella Bloor and Matilda Raynolds: Going Virtual

    Episode 12. Coffee Ride with Ella Bloor and Matilda Raynolds: Going Virtual

    In today's podcast we listen in as two Specialized Women’s Racing teammates Ella Bloor from Canberra and Matilda Raynolds of Melbourne have a chat over the phone about life as they know it right now. Less racing and more home time has allowed both these women to find other passions, as well as reinvent themselves (and their avatars) in the virtual peloton. 

    We even go behind the scenes as Matilda gives drops some live commentary while competing in the first virtual race of the National Road Series – a 35km Crit. If you know 'Tils', you’ll know we worked hard to keep this part of the podcast PG-rated! Fingers crossed we succeeded.

    • 31 min
    Episode 11. Coffee Ride with Bridget Slocum & Faz Zamani: Finding Social Connection from Home

    Episode 11. Coffee Ride with Bridget Slocum & Faz Zamani: Finding Social Connection from Home

    In our current reality of social distancing, it’s important to find ways to maintain our social connections, something we normally get a good dose of by simply riding our bike with friends. As Covid-19 begins to have a greater impact on Australia, this is the position Bridget Slocum and Faz Zamani, Black Sheep WMN Ambassadors, find themselves in right now.

    They caught up for a wine, from a distance, to share how Face'wining' and Zwifting is keeping them connected and healthy both in body and mind. You too can meet up and stay connected with Bridget and Faz along with the rest of our community every Friday on Zwift as we host the Black Friday Bunchie 6.30am AEST.

    • 27 min
    Episode 10. Coffee Ride with Gemma Sampson: Fuelling Good Health Through Food.

    Episode 10. Coffee Ride with Gemma Sampson: Fuelling Good Health Through Food.

    Coffee Ride is a new Love Women's Cycling Podcast mini series brought to you by Black Sheep. It’s our way of staying connected with you on a more regular basis with bite size chunks, perfect for your mid-morning brew break.

    We're kicking off this new series with an interview with Gemma Sampson, an Advanced Sports Dietician to elite and amateur endurance athletes. In a climate where immunity and disease are a hot topic, Gemma gives us her hot tips on how to fuel for better health and performance.

    • 19 min
    Episode 9. Dame Sarah Storey: Mother first. Athlete second.

    Episode 9. Dame Sarah Storey: Mother first. Athlete second.

    Fourteen Paralympic Golds, 38 world titles and 76 new world records. And now, at 42, Tokyo will be her first Paralympics as a mother of two. Dame Sarah Storey is the most successful female British Paralympian of all time and more importantly, mother to two gorgeous little people – Louisa and Charlie Storey.

    Sarah credits her biggest achievement in sport to being able to come back after two pregnancies, securing two titles at the UCI 2018 Para-Cycling Road World Championships just 10 months after giving birth to her second child Charlie. Proving it is possible to juggle motherhood with a comeback to elite level cycling. 

    Sarah is also a strong advocate for women in sport. She is currently working with SKODA Cycling Academy on their This Is Our Time campaign to try to highlight gender inequalities. She believes in leading by example and hopes her experience as an athlete and mother can help pave the way for the next generation of women.

    • 43 min
    Episode 8. Where Life & Sport Meet

    Episode 8. Where Life & Sport Meet

    Specialized and Black Sheep will once again join forces in support of Specialized Women's Racing for 2020. As the team moves into its eighth year of racing, their vision, winning spirit and companionship remain stronger than ever. During the team launch in December, we spoke with the riders to get a sense of how sport has made them the athlete and individual they are today.

    • 43 min
    Episode 7. - Getting the most out of your Body.

    Episode 7. - Getting the most out of your Body.

    In today's episode I met up with three successful women, with three different passions, that all call Girona, Spain home. Sport is what connects Kat Stene, Gemma Sampson and Laura Siddall together and with its growing athlete population, Girona has an increased need for professional infrastructure to support its athlete population. We spoke about a variety of topics from fuelling during training to pelvic function and stability. 

    If you live in Girona, or find yourself passing through and would like to get in touch, you’ll find all our details below as well as some helpful resources.  


    Kat Steen | Australian Sport Physiotherapist | Instagram @forca_13 | Website https://forca13.com/ 
    Gemma Sampson | Advanced Sports Dietician | Instagram @gemmasampsonnutrition | Website https://dietitianwithoutborders.com/ 
    Laura Siddall | British Profesional Triathlete | Instagram @lmsid 
    Nicole Moerig | Yogeur & Pilates Practitioner | Instagram @yogeur.co | Website yogeur.co

    • 56 min

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