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Cycling Time Trial Podcast

A cycling podcast loosely focused on Time Trials.
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Cycling Podcast loosely based on Time Trials. For those who would like reliable mobile access on Android, I suggest DoubleTwist http://www.doubletwist.com/.
Sep 22, 2014

Michael Hutchinson witnessed the Jens Voigt hour record and he shares his insights. We also review the men's 2014 World Team Time Trial Championship and preview the Individual Men's event. 

Sep 21, 2014

Sarah Connolly may just be the foremost authority on all things related to Women’s Professional Cycling. Her excellent website, prowomenscycling.com, is self-described as the “Unofficial Unsanctioned Women's UCI Cycling Blog” and is subtitled “A sweary blog about professional women's cycling.” Her knowledge of women’s cycling is only outdone by her enthusiasm for the sport. Sarah reviews the Women's Team Trial event at the 2014 UCI World Championships and she reviews the individual event. She also updates us on the general state of the sport. 

Sep 16, 2014

Michael Hutchinson is quite possibly the world's foremost authority on cycling's hour record. His own attempt was chronicled in his excellent book "The Hour". Michael will be at the track in Grenchen, Switzerland to preview the first attempt at the new format record by Trek Factory Racing's Jens Voigt, and he was kind enough to give us this audio preview. Michael is a must follow on twitter @doctor_hutch, and this will be especially true for this long awaited return to prominance for the hour record.

Sep 9, 2014

Tim Ramsden is an Association of British Cycling L3 Cycling coach and owner of blackcatcyclecoaching.com. He describes himself as a cyclist who loves riding and racing and he’s been doing both for 30 years now. In addition to his coaching, he has a First Class honours degree in Physical Education.  The article referenced in today's show can be found at http://tribesports.com/guides/optimal-pedalling-cadence.

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