Podcast 2017 Episode 36 – It Could Be Like Giorgia Bronzini

This is a significant episode for us, as this week we are announcing the end of our regular podcast series. We talk through the reasons behind our decision to take a step back, what’s changed over the nearly six years we’ve been doing this and also reminisce about some of our favourite things. This is a positive episode and we’ll really love for you to share it with us. Thanks for listening, we hope you’ve had as much fun as we have. (53.30 MIN / 48.99 MB)

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Sarah interviews… Helen Wyman, on her 2017

British cyclocross rider Helen Wyman has always been a fan favourite, and it seems like her racing is getting better than ever.   Winning her fourth Koppenbergcross this season, she was on the podiums of the last two Cyclocross World Cups, and with the weather turning wet, rainy and muddy, just as she likes it, this could be just the beginning of an exciting season.

We talked about what’s made a difference, and how the sport has changed over the last five years – including how Helen’s work on the UCI Cyclocross Commission has contributed to that.   It’s not all 100% positive, and we also talked about the changes Helen would like to see in the future, as well as losing her sponsor at a tricky time.

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Follow Helen on her instagram, where you can see the videos we talked about, on her twitter, facebook and website.

If you want to re-live some of the races we talked about, there are videos! Bogense CX World Cup highlights and full race replay; Zeven World Cup highlights and full race replay; and highlights of that Koppenbergcross win:

 

Sarah interviews… Vélofocus’ Sean Robinson on 2017 in women’s cycling

Last week Dan and I podcasted about our favourite racing moments of 2017, but I really wanted to hear about it from other people’s points of view, so I asked Sean Robinson, who, with Balint Hamvas, runs Vélofocus, which take my favourite women’s road cycling images.

Sean has a unique perspective of races, and we talked about his highs and lows of the season, how he thinks 2017 was different, and who we should look out for in 2018.

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Check out the excellent Vélofocus photography on their website, follow them on instagram, twitter and facebook, and of course, buy their book of the 2017 road season!

Podcast 2017 Episode 35 – The Best of the Year

This week we recap our highlights and best parts of the 2017 women’s road season. It’s been an amazing year of racing and there’s so much to celebrate. From the spring classics through to worlds in Norway, we’ve got opinions on them all! Get your best of the year opinions now! (1:32:44 MIN / 86.91 MB)

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Podcast 2017 Episode 34 – If I Had An Intern

In this episode we take a look at the changes in races, race days and race types from the 2017 season into the 2018 season. There’s been some interesting changes in different global regions and specific countries. We look at which country has the most races and several surprising countries should probably be doing much better. Then right at the end Sarah causes Dan’s brain to melt and the episodes in a minor medical emergency… so, enjoy! (51:41 MIN / 47.33 MB)

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Podcast 2017 Episode 33 – It Being Back is Heart-Healing

This episode we go through what we know about the 2018 UCI Calendar so far, and what’s changed from this year. There’s been a lot of changes, with fewer overall race days but still a wealth of races, from all over the world. We go through in detail and talk through the implications of this new season for the peloton as a whole. We also catch up on the latest transfer news and a couple of other exciting announcements as well. (1:21:15 MIN / 74.87 MB)

 

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And you can find our favourite transfers list here at Cycling Fever.

Podcast 2017 Episode 32 – Transfers (and the BS of the Points System)

This week we dive right into all the latest news and updates on transfers. If you need to know which rider is going where, then this is the episode for you! (Unless they haven’t been confirmed yet, in which case, you probably still want this episode but you’ll have to learn to live with the fact that we can’t predict the future). Lots of interesting moves being made, with notable riders going to interesting teams; young up and comers joining the elite peloton; and a few eyebrow raisers too. (54:44 MIN / 50.12 MB)

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And you can find our favourite transfers list here at Cycling Fever.