15 episodes

Just Ride Bikes wants to help people ride better bikes by reviewing the best and most interesting bikes, as well as exploring hot topics in the world of cycling

Just Ride Bikes David Arthur

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Just Ride Bikes wants to help people ride better bikes by reviewing the best and most interesting bikes, as well as exploring hot topics in the world of cycling

    Was UCI Gravel World Champs success or failure?

    Was UCI Gravel World Champs success or failure?

    I sat down with Ben Delaney and Matt Page to unpack everything that happened in the first ever UCI gravel world championships event. Was it success of failure at showcasing gravel and what lessons can be learnt for next year?

    • 52 min
    Keeping Steel Real with Temple Cycles

    Keeping Steel Real with Temple Cycles

    The UK has a healthy number of small bicycle brands and one of the rising stars is Temple Cycles. 
     
    Founded by Matt Mears in 2014, this young company has an ambition to make cycling accessible and sustainable with stylish, simple and low maintenance bicycles.
     
    On the launch of its brand new road bike we sat down for a conversation about the challenges of running a small company, a desire to make bicycles that last and a dream to get more people cycling. 

    • 49 min
    How Hard Is The Tour de France Really?

    How Hard Is The Tour de France Really?

    Just how hard is the Tour de France really? There's only one way to really find out, speak to an ex-professional rider who finished a career best 4th place at the French stage race

    • 34 min
    Why is gravel so popular?

    Why is gravel so popular?

    Gravel racing has become hugely popular in the last few years and it all started in the US. To find out more about the US gravel scene, how it compares to the rest of the world and find out if the racing is getting too serious and whether the future is bright for the sport, I chatted with Ben Delaney, a Colorado-based cycling journalist with over 20 years experience and a regular at gravel events across the US

    • 38 min
    Making sustainable cycle clothing with Isadore

    Making sustainable cycle clothing with Isadore

    Isadore is a clothing brand started by ex-professional cyclists Martin and Peter Velits with the aim and mission to be as sustainable and environmentally friendly as possible. In this episode we find out where it started, how it's going and where the future lies for the clothing company.

    • 34 min
    How To Get Better At Climbing with Strava KOM King Phil Gaimon

    How To Get Better At Climbing with Strava KOM King Phil Gaimon

    Phil Gaimon spent 10 years racing as a professional cyclist before embarking on his self-titled worst retirement ever which has seen him become famous for being arguably the most prolific Strava KOM hunter in the world. 
     
    He also runs a popular YouTube channel sharing his love for climbing as well as the adventures he is now enjoying on two wheels away from the pressure of competing at the highest level. All that and he’s organizing a gran fondo and has joined the brand new multi-discipline Jukebox Cycling team. 
     
    In this podcast we talk about his love for climbing, what it takes to get better at climbing and how you go about bagging a Strava KOM, his experience of chasing the professional cyclist dream and his transition to a popular YouTuber. And of course we discussed his famous love for cookies.
     

    • 46 min

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