287 episodes

A comedy show about pro bike racing? A racing show with comedy? Even we're not sure. These three cycling aficionados met a decade ago as bike messengers and have spent countless hours racing, and more importantly discussing the finer qualities of all things bicycles, cycling culture and bike racing ever since. Join the conversation.

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    • 4.8, 277 Ratings

A comedy show about pro bike racing? A racing show with comedy? Even we're not sure. These three cycling aficionados met a decade ago as bike messengers and have spent countless hours racing, and more importantly discussing the finer qualities of all things bicycles, cycling culture and bike racing ever since. Join the conversation.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
277 Ratings

277 Ratings

corey bounds ,

Virtual bike racers rejoice.

The first podcast dedicated to all things virtual bike racing.

Hope they can make it to into a team car for the 2020 world championships to deliver the coverage this sport deserves.

MitchDockerFanClub ,

Who Owns the Draft?

Great podcast gents. Motivated to do my first crit race in the spring. Question: who owns the draft on an open road? I was out training this morning and chased my way (solo 💪🏻) onto a group of four guys who are clearly on a racing team. Suffice it to say they were not pleased to see me on their wheel. I can understand some shade if I was throwing off their pace line but I was extra careful to hang far enough back and well clear of the four’s rotation. Personally I enjoy dragging a stranger along when I’m feeling strong! Cheers 🍻

~ K B ~ ,

As Good In-Person As Over The Airwaves

The 3 hosts of this podcast find each other’s jokes just funny enough, that listeners can’t help but laugh along with them. I paid them this backhanded compliment at the Trek CX World Cup, and like a sticky water bottle from the team car, they reached out and took it without shame. My girlfriend also walked directly up to Super Rookie and asked “Are you Little Guy?” At that moment I knew he must’ve felt just like Matthieu van der Poel when Peter Sagan said he had never heard of him. I can say without a doubt, that I would not have reached 33rd place in Saturday’s Cat 4/5 race without the knowledge and race tactics I have learned from this show. 5 Stars.

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