Sigma Sports is proud to present Matt Stephens Unplugged, a regular catch-up with cycling’s favourite character, Matt Stephens, as he chats with special guests and explores the bowels of his own fruity mind. With lots of surprises along the way, the route-map has been torn up; so who knows what direction we’re going in, or where we’ll end up!
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Alison Jackson on being the first Canadian to win Paris-Roubaix
Alison Jackson tells Matt Stephens how it felt to win Paris-Roubaix, and what it meant to not only her teammates, but the nation of Canada.
Ben Swift on switching between the World Tour and the local 10-mile TT
Ben Swift tells Matt Stephens all about his long career and how he enjoys the excitement of this new era of racing while still finding time for his local 10 mile TT.
Matej Mohoric on becoming UCI World Gravel Champion
Matej Mohoric tells Matt how he benefits from chaos to win races, but can’t help but feel for the riders who come second.
Sir Chris Hoy (Live) on turning self-doubt into a superpower
Live from Sigma Sports Electric Store, Matt Stephens chats to Sir Chris Hoy about his amazing track cycling career, his passion for motorsport and how self doubt spurred him on.
Zoe Bäckstedt on choosing her favourite rainbows bands
Zoe Bäckstedt chats to Matt Stephens about her incredibly successful junior career, her first season as a pro, and how it feels when your DS is also your dad.
Freddy Ovett on Going Solo Through The Mud
Freddy Ovett tells Matt Stephens about his evolution from runner to road cyclist to gravel privateer, and how racing on his own terms suits him down to the muddy ground.
The ever jovial Matt Stephens
I thoroughly enjoyed listening to all Matt’s podcasts. His interest and enthusiasm shine through
Helping to grow my love of cycling
I just wanted to leave a comment for you and the team Matt. I love this podcast, the cycling knowledge, coupled with the humour and randomness has me smiling often.
On a wider level, I’ve really got into my cycling since 2020, both watching and doing and I have to say you have helped my love grow. Whether it’s the podcasts, or clips from the Giro or your involvement at this years TdF you have certainly had an impact on this newbie.
(As well as the big GCN Eurosport team) Thanks again Tom.
Great listen in the heatwave
A really pleasant, engaging and funny companion podcast looking behind the scenes of TdF and brining it to life. Thanks Matt