Freewheeling is a podcast hosted by Abby Mickey that covers all things cycling.
With the Olympics over track riders take to the road
Lucinda Brand is on top of the cyclocross world, but can she keep it up?
Ceratizit-WNT announced their first new rider for the 2022 season and BikeExchange Jayco has finalized their roster.
Abby chatted with Kasia Niewiadoma about what makes a great domestique and why she is thankful for Tiffany Cromwell.
Carmen Small on directing post cycling career
Retired professional cyclist Carmen Small joins the podcast to talk about her career, arbitrating for an Olympic spot in 2016, and how she got into directing once her career ended due to a concussion.
Puck Pieterse bunny hopped right into our hearts on Sunday
Loren, Amy, and Abby discuss the new EF Education Tibco-SVB team and potential roster.
Amy spoke with Rukhsar Habibzai, a refugee from Afghanistan who will ride for USA based Team Twenty24 in 2022. We recommend you also read Iain's story on the UCI's Afghan Cycling Federation led evacuation.
On Sunday the Tabor World Cup was fast and furious. Puck Pieterse may not have won the race, but her performance was pretty impressive.
Grace Brown: Dealing with pressure and new goals in 2022
Gracie Elvin is back on the Freewheeling podcast. In this episode, she calls up former teammate Grace Brown to talk about her role in the peloton, how she deals with pressure, cycling development in Australia, and what she is looking forward to in 2022.
Was 2021 a transition year?
Abby, Loren and Amy chat 2021 as a whole. Who impressed, what were their favorite races of the year, and which events fell short.
Alison Jackson, a Canadian in Europe
Abby chatted with Tokyo 2020 Olympian and double Canadian National Champion Alison Jackson about her 2021 "bucket list" season, how she got there, and what she hopes to accomplish in the future.
Insightful and funny
Cool inside tips throughout the pod and hilarious banter is much appreciated!
Love this podcast!
Absolutely love this podcast! Abbey and Loren (and Jose) bring such a wealth of knowledge, insight and access to the women riders and support groups/ industry.
Women’s Cycling is Super Cool
I wish there was more coverage of women’s cycling. This show is a great start. Thanks - Also - Women’s Cycling Rocks! The new intro music is horrible, it’s way too milk toast white.