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Podcast 2016 Episode 9 – Dan Remembers His Name

Podcast logoThis week we catch up on all the action from Trofeo Binda, including the Trofeo da Moreno which is part of the new Junior Nations Cup. There’s heaps of action from the para-cycling world championships and some big announcements about upcoming races. We’ve inverted the usual time of day and Dan’s struggling to cope with being awake in the morning. He does remember his name though. (1:09:50 MIN / 63.9 MB)

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Things we talked about this week

This week’s racing

Trofeo Alfredo Binda (World Tour #3) & Trofeo da Moreno (Junior Nations Cup #1)


And over in the Dutch Crits – the Ronde van Oud-Vossemeer


Dwars door Vlaanderen

Short video clip, full results, and Ella Cycling Tips photo gallery.


2016 Para-cycling Track World Championships

Links to media we found


Absa Cape Epic

Tons of videos from the racing on their YouTube – and the full results from the women’s, men’s and mixed team races.  Report and photos from Ariane Kleinhans and Annika Langvad‘s third win here.


More things we liked

Twitter is ten years old!  Sarah was interviewed by Ann-Marije Rook for the first Ella Cycling Tips podcast about how twitter has changed women’s cyclingdownload from soundcloud, or listen here:


Good news for women’s cycling!


This is awesome too


Cyclocross star Helen Wyman is starting a mentoring project for developing CX riders, the NEXT Wyman Project.  Read about it on Total Women’s Cycling and on Helen’s website.


Sean Robinson is a fantastic photographer who we hope you’ll know from his website Vélofocus.  There’s a great interview with him, about his life in women’s cycling photography, including his tips on shooting races, on the Cervélo-Bigla website.


The route for the only women’s Grand Tour, the 2016 Giro Rosa, has been announced – Sarah is excited about Stage 5, with the Mortirolo, and a twisty descent, and the lumpy Stage 6, but it does look less hilly than last year.  Have a look at the stage profiles, and decide for yourself.


Two things about Canyon-SRAM riders – article about Mieke Kröger‘s unconventional solo bike adventure-training camp on Ella Cycling Tips; and InCycle’s latest show has a great feature with Alexis Ryan, from 7:05:


Video and photo gallery following on a BMX roadtrip to Colorado skateparks, on Red Bull Bike.

More BMX – the 2016 Supercross World Cup has begun, with Round 1, in Santiago del Estero in Argentina.  The racing is live on Friday 24th and Saturday 26th March (see below for the links to streams) and here’s a great preview video, looking at the World Cup, ahead to Rio and at the Santiago practice sessions


Speaking of the Olympics, interesting piece looking at what British Cycling is doing with MTB, and how the road to Rio is going, on Singletrack.

Video interview with MTB star Tracy Moseley

GMBN also have a guide to following the Enduro World Series, which starts on 26th March, and Tracy will be competing in


More MTB – video following the Polygon UR team at Crankworx Rotorua, including Tracey Hannah


There’s a great Off The Record profile of track superstar Anna Meares about her career, and her road to Rio – highlights here, and watch the whole thing in part 1, part 2, part 3 and part 4.


Upcoming racing

2016 BMX Supercross #1, Santiago del Estero, 24-26th March, Argentina – streamed live!  Qualification show and Time Trials final, Friday 25th, and the Main Event on Saturday 26th – click through the links for streams and countdowns and start-times in your timezone.

2016 Enduro World Series #1, 26-27th March, Corral, Chile

Gent-Wevelgem, 27th March, Belgium – Women’s World Tour #4, and the Junior Nations Cup #2 – Sarah’s guide to following the racing.

Pajot Hills Classic, 30th March, Belgium

Vuelta Feminil Internacional, 2-3rd April, Mexico

Enduro World Series #2, Cerro Catedral, 2-3rd April, Argentina

Ronde van Vlaanderen, 3rd April, Belgium, Women’s World Tour #5 – the last 50km will be streamed live, with English commentary too – come back nearer the time for a guide to watching the race.

GP de Dottignies, 4th April, Belgium, Lotto Cycling Cup #3

Energiewacht Tour and Junior Energiewacht Tour, 6-10th April, Netherlands – Sarah will be at the race as part of the media team – come back nearer the time for guide to following the race.

Redlands Bicycle Classic, 6-10th April, USA – this is a national level race, but the women and men will be streamed live – again, there’ll be more details nearer the time.

Women’s Tour of Thailand, 8-10th April

2016 Downhill MTB World Cup #1, Lourdes, 10th April, France – this will be streamed live on Red Bull TV

Sarah’s guide to races we can watch live in April, and how to follow the other road races.


As always, Sarah is funded to do her cycling work, including podcasts and pulling together all the links posts, 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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