Canadian Cycling Magazine Podcast
By Matthew Pioro, Dan Walker, Philippe Tremblay, Adam Killick
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Cycling stories from across Canada and around the world. We talk to pros who ride on the road and the trails. We also talk about gear, riding and training. It's bikes, bikes and more bikes, eh.
||CleanThe youngest person to ride around the world unsupported and a Canadian starts on Development Team Sunweb||In January, B’yauling Toni became the youngest person to ride around the world unsupported. Also in that month, Ben Katerberg of Courtenay, B.C., moved to the Netherlands and began his season with Development Team Sunweb.||2/14/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanTed King on riding fat bikes on James Bay, interviews from Rally UHC team camp||Former Cannondale-Garmin pro and a fellow rider discuss a planned 600-km trek from Ontario to Nunavut and back. Sara Poidevin and Sara Bergen of Rally UHC Cycling look to the season ahead.||1/31/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean24 hours on the world’s smallest permanent track and the Christmas ’cross dispatches||An elite track cyclist plans to ride a 138-m track to raise funds for a grassroots velodrome. Michael van den Ham, Ruby West and Jenn Jackson report from Belgium during their Christmas Cross Camp.||1/17/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSvein Tuft and Rob Britton's bikepacking tips, and surviving the KOM Challenge and the holidays||Rob Britton talks about the bikepacking trip that prepared him for the road world championships and the rider who gave him some pointers for the big ride: Svein Tuft. Tuft also talks about the benefits of long and fun rides for training. Coach Peter Gla||12/24/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanRed Hook series champ Raphaële Lemieux and Vancouver’s Spikes on Bikes||Montreal’s Raphaële Lemieux, who won the Red Hook Crit in Brooklyn and the series overall, looks back on her racing season. Writer Tom Babin speaks about Spikes on Bikes, a harm-reduction program in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside that’s working to||12/6/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanA chainsaw, an Olympic track rider and cyclocross. Plus, the failed drug test that won’t go away||The chainsaw of encouragement revs, Olympic track rider Jasmin Duehring races cyclocross and Jack Burke is still affected by an adverse analytical finding even though he was cleared five years ago. Full Send/No Send returns. Is your Strava pure?||11/23/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanCX skills with Michael van den Ham, bikes in combat and Milton velodrome's derny driver||Before Michael van den Ham rode to silver at the Pan Am cyclocross championships, he gave a short tutorial on riding in rutted sand. Author Ted Glenn speaks about bikes on the battlefield during the First World War. A derny driver talks about how a wron||11/8/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanRachel McKinnon, masters track world champ and Pan Am CX champs/Silver Goose preview||From support to death threats, Rachel McKinnon, Canadian transgender athlete, speaks about her world title from the masters track cycling championships. Ruby West, Michael van den Ham and Maghalie Rochette preview the Pan Am cyclocross championships, w||10/25/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPhil Gaimon in Vancouver, Simone Boilard and Michael Woods at the road world championships||Phil Gaimon speaks about his trip to Vancouver, while Simone Boilard and Michael Woods reflect on their bronze-medal winning performances at the road world championships in Innsbruck, Austria.||10/11/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanLots of Maple Syrup: Michael Woods, James Piccoli and the CX World Cup||Welcome to the Cycling Magazine Podcast. We speak with Michael Woods on his Vuelta a España, discuss the most recent cyclocross World Cup and head up Camillien Houde in Montreal with Elevate-KHS rider James Piccoli||9/27/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
Focus on Canadian cycling
Good interviews with Canadian riders, funny snidbits and interesting analysis.
Finalement un podcast pour nous autres!!
Finally a Canadian focused cycling podcast. Been waiting far to long for this, great pilot episode. Looking forward to seeing what they cover next. Great job Canadian Cycling Magzine!