Podcast 2015 Episode 6 – Potential!

Podcast logoHello everyone! This week Sarah and Dan tackle the most intense deconstruction of three paragraphs you’re likely to hear all week. As dull as that sounds, it’s guaranteed to be better than your high school poetry assessment, so there’s that! In racing news, we recap the action from Cholet-Pays de Loire and take a quick look ahead at an exciting weekend of Trofeo Binda and Gent – Wevelgem. Of course, there’s a lot more to the episode than just that, but telling you any more now would defeat the purpose of listening to it, so get excited and press play! (1:10:56 MIN / 68.10 MB)

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Things we talked about this week

Last week’s racing

Cholet-Pays de Loire

Full results, and race report on the Wiggle Honda website.


The Absa Cape Epic was….  well you know how this goes!  All the results on the race site, and tons of videos on the Cape Epic Youtube.

There were a whole load of glorious MTB videos this week from across all the disciplines – here’s Sarah’s collection.


We talked a lot about the women’s cycling issues in the CIRC report – here’s Sarah’s thoughts on it, with all the refernces to women in it.


Things we liked

This blog by Marijn de Vries (in English and Dutch) on living like a pro was fantastic, you should read it.


Lotto-Soudal video


Rochelle Gilmore‘s still got it!


Liesbeth Deddens’ blogFree Advice for communications about women’s cycling teams


Upcoming races

Para-cycling Track World Championships 26th-29th March 2015 – here’s how to watch and follow it live!

Trofeo Alfredo Binda Road World Cup, 29th March 2015 – check out the website, twitter, youtube and Velofocus preview (coming soon)…  and the Trofeo da Moreno junior women’s race.  Here’s the Trofeo Binda preview

Gent-Wevelgem, 29th March 2015 – Velofocus preview

Follow both the road races live with my twitter list – and as always, I’ll put up a post with anything I find after the races.


Huge thanks to Sarah’s wonderful Patreon supporters who funds her writing, blogging and podcasting on cycling from as little as $2 a month.  If you’d like to join them, head over here.

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