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Sarah interviews… Helen Wyman

Podcast interview logoThe cyclocross season has officially begun, so it’s time for my now-traditional interview with the wonderful Helen Wyman.  We talk about the first Cyclocross World Cup of 2015/6, Cross Vegas, the first big cyclocross drama of the season, the interpretation of the UCI feeding rules at Ellison Park CX, and her collaboration with Velocio.cc to create a gorgeous cycling kit.  But we don’t stop there – there’s her role on the UCI CX Commission, the new u23 women’s Worlds category the impact the changes in the last few years have had on the sport, and tons more.  I could always talk to Helen for hours, so this is a long one!


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To find out more about Helen, check out her website and her page on the Kona team website, follow her twitter and like her facebook page.  And check out her cycling kit collaboration with Velocio.cc – look out the the new items, including men’s kit, that are still to come, as well as the existing women’s kit.

As well as Cross Vegas, Helen will be racing USA ‘cross the Midnight Ride in Lancaster MA on 24th September and the Grand Prix of Gloucester (MA) weekend on 26th & 27th September – if you’d like to go to her cyclocross workshops at the Midnight Ride, on 22nd and 23rd September, here’s where you can sign up.

You can find the details of the other three big cyclocross series via these links:  the World Cup, the Superprestige and the bpost bank trofee (still the 2014/15 site, but likely updated soon) and the full UCI CX Calender is on their site.  There’s more about the new U23 women’s category at Worlds on the UCI site too, and if you want to watch and follow this year’s women’s CX in Europe and the USA , here’s my 2014/5 guide, which I’ll update nearer the Euro season start.

If you want to check out my previous interviews with Helen, they’re here:

I’m funded to do these interviews by my wonderful Patreon supporters – thank you so much!  If anyone would like to join them, for as little as $1 a month, click here.

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