9 episodes

Join the Cyclingmole, as he looks into the world of professional cycling. The Cyclingmole is David Hunter, a leading cycling writer, in his podcasts he'll interview some of the world's biggest cyclists and look behind the scenes at the moments that shaped their career. If you love cycling, this is the podcast for you.

David writes for the website Ciclismo Internacional (https://www.ciclismointernacional.com) .

Cyclingmole - your cycling informant David Hunter

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    • 5.0, 30 Ratings

Join the Cyclingmole, as he looks into the world of professional cycling. The Cyclingmole is David Hunter, a leading cycling writer, in his podcasts he'll interview some of the world's biggest cyclists and look behind the scenes at the moments that shaped their career. If you love cycling, this is the podcast for you.

David writes for the website Ciclismo Internacional (https://www.ciclismointernacional.com) .

    9: Top 10 Cycling Moments with Jasper Stuyven

    9: Top 10 Cycling Moments with Jasper Stuyven

    We're back with another top 10 moments! This time it's with the winner of the 2020 Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, Jasper Stuyven. Tune in for some cracking stories from the Belgian rider's victories, near misses and much more.
    Follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/cyclingmole) and if you enjoy the podcast don't forget to rate and review on iTunes (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cyclingmole-your-cycling-informant/id1447433064?mt=2&app=podcast) .

    • 36 min
    8: The day I won Paris-Roubaix | Mathew Hayman

    8: The day I won Paris-Roubaix | Mathew Hayman

    Do you want to know how it feels to win Paris-Roubaix? Join the Cyclingmole as he interviews Mathew Hayman to look back at that glorious day in 2016. Not only did he win after being in the morning break, but Hayman had broken is arm just 6 weeks previous. David and Mat chat through everything you want to know about that iconic win, and is a must for all cycling fans.

    • 43 min
    7: James Knox's year in review

    7: James Knox's year in review

    James Knox, rising star of Deceuninck-Quick Step, talks through his best season to date. The 24 year old Cumbrian stacked up several impressive performances, including an eleventh place finish at his first ever full Grand Tour, the 2019 Vuelta a España.
    In this episode James also recounts the highs and lows of life as a professional bike rider, and some of the most memorable moments of the season, including the fastest road stage ever !
    If you enjoy this episode please leave a review on itunes » (https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/cyclingmole-your-cycling-informant/id1447433064)

    • 48 min
    6: Top 10 Cycling Moments with Edward Theuns

    6: Top 10 Cycling Moments with Edward Theuns

    We're back with another podcast and it's a slightly different format this time. David sits down with Trek–Segafredo rider Edward Theuns to go through the Belgian's top ten moments in his career to date. There's some cracking stories and laughs as well as more serious discussion around injury and recovery. It makes for a compelling listen...
    Follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/cyclingmole) and if you enjoy the podcast don't forget to rate and review on iTunes (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cyclingmole-your-cycling-informant/id1447433064?mt=2&app=podcast) .

    • 49 min
    5: The art of the sprint train with Greg Henderson

    5: The art of the sprint train with Greg Henderson

    Join the Cyclingmole as he picks apart the art of the sprint train with one of the best leadout men of all time, Greg Henderson. 
    Greg Henderson is a New Zealand former professional track and road cyclist who rode in five Olympic Games and completed 11 Grand Tours. He featured in four Commonwealth Games and was a four-time medallist, including winning gold in the points race in 2002.
     
    For many years, Greg served as lead-out man for German sprinter André Greipel. The pair were colleagues at both T-Mobile Team and  Lotto–Soudal.
    Tune in for various stories (some well known, others less so) from Greg's illustrious career...

    • 43 min
    4: The day I won Strade Bianche | Tiesj Benoot

    4: The day I won Strade Bianche | Tiesj Benoot

    The day I... Join the Cyclingmole as he interviews pro cyclists about iconic moments in their careers.

    • 21 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
30 Ratings

30 Ratings

Adamekka ,

Great Factual detail

Really detailed analysis for cycling fans

Gilroy Erin ,

I want more.

The best cycling podcast I’ve ever listened to.

grimacing grimpeur ,

More of this please

A great premise - focusing on one race from the perspective of the winner as they remember and reflect back on how it felt at the time. David has clearly researched each race. He is knowledgeable and asks perceptive and intelligent questions. The style is conversational, but David’s use of open questions means that we hear more from the cycling pro. Listening to the story of the race as the winner experienced it provides insights into both professional cycle racing as a whole, and the individual being interviewed. Would be great to hear some female cyclists interviewed in the future but, as the title says, more of this please!

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