The best of pro cyclist driven podcasts: Nathan Haas on the mic taking on the world of GRAVEL RIDING Past: Toms Skujins on the mic. Past: Phil Gaimon's Real Talent: Phil Podcasts for us, speaking to friends and colleagues about the meaning of Real Talent.
The Gravelog with Nathan Haas: Nova Eroica
Nathan travels to Italy to race the Nova Eroica gravel race- hear about his race and meet the people he met on the way.
The Gravelog with Nathan Haas: Caley Fretz
Nathan chats with editor in chief at Cyclingtips Caley Fretz on "groad" (did Caley dub the term?) and whether tri bars are ok... amongst other things.
The Gravelog with Nathan Haas: Nicolo Ildos, Campagnolo
Nathan chats with Nicolo Ildos, marketing manager of Campagnolo about whats hot on the market, trends in the industry and what we might see next.
The Gravelog With Nathan Haas: With Tyler Williams
On the third episode of the first season Nathan chats with Tyler Williams on the future of cycling teams: and how they will grow to include multi disciplinary riding.
The Gravelog with Nathan Haas: Colby Pearce
Ever wondered if training or bike fitting should be gravel specific? Nathan talks to his coach and all time bike guru Colby Pearce for some great tips and tricks, and of course some good stories.
The Gravelog with Nathan Haas: Pete Stetina
In the first full episode of the podcast Nathan chats to Pete Stetina, one of the unofficial kings of Gravel riding and racing.
Thanks to Campagnolo for the support!
Pete's favourite ride: https://www.strava.com/activities/4942061281
As a new cyclist to both the road and the gravel, learning about the sport through Nathan’s eyes is extraordinarily informative, encouraging and exciting! The depth of his knowledge as a pro cyclist on riding techniques, his history in the sport, and the excellent connections he has with his guests makes for a show I’m excited to download each week!
Eye Opening Stuff
The 2014 Giro d’Italia pods have been wonderful. The story and struggles around every team that doesn’t win can be so compelling. Decker is a super interesting dude.
This dude is grinding through retirement. His YouTube and podcast content deserves much respect. Ingenious way to make a living.