Podcast 2016 Episode 7 – Dan Will Fight You In Real Life (Over Your Commentary)

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This week we catch up on the highs and lows of Strade Bianche (which was an AMAZING race), and also talk about a little bit of controversy that befell several riders. There’s the last of the Track World Championships to cover, and there’s some interesting news about electric bikes and a great story out of the US about Black Girls Do Bike. Also Dan possibly challenges a commentator to a fight. There’s heaps to catch up on, so strap yourself in and enjoy! (1:08:16 MIN / 62.48 MB)

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Things we talked about this week

This week’s racing

Videos and links from the 2016 Strade Bianche – including all the race reports we talked about.  Sarah was also on a Velocast Round Table talking about the Women’s World Tour & Strade Bianche, which you can listen to here.

Videos from the last 3 days of the 2016 Track World Championships.

Dead Sea-Scorpion Pass, with incredible scenery


Other things we talked about

We loved this interview with Monica Garrison, the founder of Black Girls Do Bike, on Bicycling.com.  We love Black Girls Do Bike – follow their twitter, instagram and Tumblr, and support them by buying their great merchandise on their shop.


The “Femke effect” on increased sales of electric bikes and bike motors (Dutch, but you can Google translate) – as predicted by Sarah, and also by BikeBiz.


Interview with Tibco’s Lauren Stephens:


Upcoming racing

12th March, Women’s World Tour #2 Ronde van Drenthe, Netherlands – some of this is streamed live – here’s how to watch.

13th March, Drentse Acht van Westerveld, Netherlands – here’s how to follow the race.

13th-20th March, Absa Cape Epic, South Africa – EPIC team, multi-stage MTB race – how to watch live, live rider tracking, their fantastic twitter and tons of pre-race videos on their YouTube.

17th-20th March, Para-Cycling Track World Championships, Italy – come back next week for my guide to following the racing.

20th March Women’s World Tour #3 Trofeo Alfredo Binda, Italy and the Junior Trofeo da Moreno – this will have significant highlights, come back later for information.

Sarah’s guides to more road races we can watch this year, and how to follow road races that aren’t streamed.


As always, Sarah is funded to do her cycling work thanks to her Patreon Supporters – you can join them from as little as £1.50/€2/$2 a month, all the information is over here.


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