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CyclingTips is a podcast that seeks to share the beauty of cycling and to inspire cyclists of all levels to become better and more knowledgeable riders.

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CyclingTips is a podcast that seeks to share the beauty of cycling and to inspire cyclists of all levels to become better and more knowledgeable riders.

    The Muddy Waters of Arkansas

    The Muddy Waters of Arkansas

    As much as we’d like to “stay in our lane”, sometimes circumstances compel us to venture outside of it, like right now.
    The situation regarding trans rights in Arkansas may seem like a purely political topic, but it does actually affect the cycling community as a whole, so it’s worth all of us talking about it. What should be done here? What shouldn’t be done? How should you navigate the situation so you can decide for yourself?
    There are no easy answers to this, but in this conversation with longtime cycling industry advocate (and PR/marketing veteran) Chris DiStefano, maybe we can all at least figure out a way to somehow move forward.
    Here is one resource for a bit of guidance and information about what you can do to show your support for the trans community. 

    • 59 min
    A whole lot of Flanders

    A whole lot of Flanders

    This week on the CyclingTips podcast...
    The team chats 2021 Tour of Flanders. The men's race featured controversy, heartbreak, and an unexpected winner. In the women's race, a clear favourite did not disappoint. 
    For this week's edition of Nerd Nuggets James discusses the tyre + wheel choice of the Tour of Flanders winner. 

    • 1 tim. 8 min
    One-day races and Bouhanni controversy

    One-day races and Bouhanni controversy

    This week on the CyclingTips podcast...
    Ineos dominated the Volta a Catalunya, sweeping the general classification podium.
    There were also three WorldTour one-days for the men and two for the women. All five of the races featured interesting tactical choices by many of the top teams.
    For Nerd Nuggets, James gets into Enve's new bike frames.

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    Big races in Italy and Garmin's power SPDs

    Big races in Italy and Garmin's power SPDs

    We kick off this week's show with a breakdown of Milan-San Remo and Trofeo Binda, including Ineos curious tactics at the former and Trek's fantastic tactics at both. 

    Then, James digs into a new pedal-based power meter from Garmin that is SPD compatible, meaning it'll work for your mountain or gravel bike. 

    • 55 min
    The Wahoo Speedplaycast

    The Wahoo Speedplaycast

    In the latest of our deep-dives with the people behind new products, we sit down with Chip Hawkins, the founder of Wahoo, and Ian Boswell, a former WorldTour pro and now Wahoo athlete, to talk through the company's acquisition of Speedplay, their plans for a power meter, and how they've improved the pedals themselves.

    This episode is brought to you in partnership with Wahoo. As always, we ask anything we want. 

    • 37 min
    Double the weeklong races, double the drama

    Double the weeklong races, double the drama

    This week on the CyclingTips podcast...
    We discuss Paris-Nice and Tirreno-Adriatico. Two fantastic weeklong stage races full of controversy, heartbreak, and wonderfully exciting wins. Abby quickly breaks down the Healthy Ageing Tour, and everyone looks forward to the last 15 km of Milan-Sanremo. 
    Nerd Nuggets this week features Ronan Mc Laughlin answering some of the questions about Wahoo's newly reintroduced Speedplay pedals. 
    Lastly, you can find Ostroy's Black Cycling Pioneers Resort Shirt here. 100% of the proceeds go to Ride Up Grades, let's get more kids on bikes!

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巴蒂李elsa ,

THE BEST!

Apart from consistently wonderful contents, the most appealing aspect of the CT podcast is the wide range of perspectives offered by an awesome and diverse cast. I enjoyed Jose Been's french culture segments tremendously last year, and love her stories on the Dutch-Belgian rivalries. Abby's insights as an ex-pro gave me intimate understandings in both women's and men's racing scene. Shoddy's "He's a Gouda ridder" joke still gives me chuckles now and then. Dane, the voice of reason and analysis. Caley, a bit opinionated and likes to have the last word, but nevertheless a great host; and how can a cycling podcast be complete without the two nerdy preciouses that are James Huang and Dave Rome.

Everyone has different taste, but if you enjoy seeing the whole picture of the world of cycling, if you're open to opinions and stories from people with different backgrounds, or if you just enjoying listening to a bunch of friends chatting bikes, I cannont recommend this podcast more.

erikwaldner ,

Great content

Pretty much spot on what I like to hear in a podcast about cycling. Thank you, and keep up the good job!

Lingon 123 ,

too much e-bike talk

We all understand that the bike industry has high hopes for the e-bike market, but as a CYCLIST, that is not ineresting to me. Please stop spending time on e-bikes!!!

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