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Sarah interviews… Stefan Wyman answers your questions

Podcast interview logoStefan Wyman has been around women’s cycling for years, managing his road team, Matrix Procycling, and in his role as Helen Wyman’s mechanic, soigneur and more in her cyclocross career.

Stef always has lots of opinions, so we took to twitter to give everyone the chance to ask him some questions…  which resulted in some really fun, and some quite tricky questions – I had a great time asking them all, thank you to everyone who contributed.

It’s a long interview, covering things like the state of women’s racing in the UK, why the team’s no longer UCI-ranked, how British women can get into racing and develop bike skills, Laura Trott, how we as fans can help the sport, and a lot more.

Listen to it here, or download it directly from Soundcloud.


You can get automated free updates for all my women’s cycling podcasts and interviews via the iTunes store (leave us a review too!) or via our RSS feed.

Follow Stefan on his twitter, and make sure you’re following Matrix Procycling on their website, twitter, facebook and instagram.  Stef, Steven Fry of M2 Sports Management recently took part in a Velocast round-table on the UCI Women’s World Tour, and you can listen to that here.

The British Cycling calendar starts here, and you need to filter it for road, women etc, and the British Cycling’s Women’s Road Series page is here. Stef says that the best thing women’s cycling fans can do is go to races and cheer, if you’re in the UK, check out what’s happening near you.  Stef’s recommendations of great races to go to include:

I’m funded to do these interviews, and most of my women’s cycling work, by my wonderful Patreon supporters.  If you’d like to join them, from as little as £1.50 a month, there’s more information here.

  1. March 17, 2016 at 1:29 pm


    Thanks, as ever.

    Another national race for the Brits to watch is being added this year – 17th July for the Women’s CiCLE classic. I didn’t agree the funding with Colin in time to get it into the National Road Series [next year maybe, unless we go for UCI-ranked…], but a town-centre start & finish & off-road sections like everyone’s favourite classics should make it every bit the special race the men’s one has become over the past decade. See: http://cicleclassic.co.uk/?page_id=375


    • Sarah Connolly
      March 17, 2016 at 7:18 pm

      Awesome, thank you! Poor Stef didn’t have time to list all the great races🙂

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