Training tips from Matt Rowe and some of the world’s best coaches and athletes? Yes, please! Tune in to the Zwift PowerUp Cycling Podcast…
The PowerUp Tri Podcast will be hosted by former pro triathletes Matt Lieto and Sarah True, lending their in-depth knowledge of the multisport to the Zwift Tri audience.
Join hosts Jacquie, Jordan, and Rick as they talk about the eRacing news of the last week, some high-level Zwift strategy and answer your live questions.
User podcast for Zwift
A podcast for fans of Zwift
The bike racing might be fake, but the podcast is real. Join hosts Kevin Bouchard-Hall, Mike Swart, and Zach Schuster for the virtual bike racing podcast you didn't know you needed that includes Zwift commentary, interviews, and coverage of real fake bike races.
Three semi-drunk Brits, and a Canadian, (sometimes with other friends) talk about Zwift Racing - in particular the Herd Racing League.
Freewheeling is a podcast hosted by Abby Mickey that covers all things cycling.
Interviews with the biggest names in triathlon, brought to you each week by coach Rob Wilby.
CyclingTips is a podcast that seeks to share the beauty of cycling and to inspire cyclists of all levels to become better and more knowledgeable riders.
Welcome to From the Top - a podcast about the founders, the innovators, and the remarkable people in the cycling industry and the stories about the icons they've created.
Join Neil van de Ploeg and Tim Guy as they deal with the physical and psychological aspects of cycling.
Bike racing at its finest. VeloNews podcasts utilize our network of reporters, commentators, and coaches to bring you inside pro cycling and improve your own riding and racing.
A podcast about riding bikes, and being parents...and trying super hard at both.
This is the testing grounds for new ideas, short runs, and all other manner of experimentation on the Wide Angle Podium Network. Tune in for regular shows like Slow Ride Reviews, Let It Ride, and the WAP Green Room, as well as new ideas our hosts will be piloting regularly. Shows you love here will likely "graduate" to their own feeds eventually and become full fledged WAP shows!
The objective of the LowLands Cycling podcast is to get more people cycling or people cycle more and enjoy themselves doing it. I probably must explain what N+1 in the title stands for...amongst cyclist N+1 is a known principle where the letter N equates to the number of bikes you own, ….......the +1 results in always looking to acquire a new bike to add to your collection. Here at Lowlands cycling we take a different angle in addition to the existing N+1 rule. N also stands for: Cycling com ...
The SBS Cycling Central Podcast is a bi-weekly cycling podcast. A sometimes irreverent and punchy look at the world of professional cycling with some serious bits profiling the big races and riders thrown in. Recorded at the SBS Radio studios.
This revamped DC Rainmaker Podcast (interim working title) takes a weekly look at all the latest sports technology news, with hosts Ray Maker of DC Rainmaker, and Shane Miller of GPLAMA. We'll dive into all the latest in endurance sports from cycling to running, swimming to general fitness - and even the odd action camera or drone. All with detailed geekery analyis!
Bike Race Weekly is a show that highlights what's great about bike racing. We cover everything from crits, mountain, cyclocross, road and more!
Hosted by five-time off-road triathlon world champion Lesley Paterson and her husband Dr. Simon Marshall, the XTERRA podcast explores the stories and science behind the quest to Live More. XTERRA Podcasts feature guests who live, work, and play off the beaten path, share first-person accounts of epic outdoor adventures, and provide valuable tips from industry leaders in the physical and mental health industries.
This is a community for those who are trying to run their first 5k or run their best ever 5k! I was a very competitive 5k cross country runner in high school, but that was many moons ago! Now I have made my way back to the sport of running in my late 30’s (36 to be exact) with the goal to run my fastest 5k ever by the age of 40. I want to share this journey with you and share my years of experience with racing, injuries and more; to help you become the best runner you can possibly be.
Meet entrepreneurs and learn the secrets to their startup success on Launch Pad, brought to you by Penn Wharton Entrepreneurship and hosted by Karl Ulrich, Vice Dean of Entrepreneurship & Innovation at the Wharton School, Rob Coneybeer, Co-founder & Managing Director of Shasta Ventures, and more. Launch Pad was originally broadcast on SiriusXM Channel 132, Business Radio Powered by The Wharton School. Launch Pad from The Wharton School is not associated with Blackstone LaunchPad. See acast.c ...
For International Day of Persons With Disabilities we looked back at our archives and picked out one of our favourite podcasts to commemorate the day. Rachael Elliott made an inspiration return to Zwift racing after a stroke left her visually impaired Originally Aired on April 9th 2021By Zwift
Rick and Jordan break down the latest Zwift dramaBy No Breakaways
Hugely accomplished athlete and coach Julie Dibens joined Matt Lieto and Sarah True to discuss the ins and outs of coaching the finest athletes in the worldBy Zwift
While Zwift races aren't exactly a Spring Classic or Tour stage, there can still be tactics involved for winning a race. Kevin and Mike share thoughts on power-ups, ZPower people, early attacks, and more. Nowhere Fast is a member of the Wide Angle Podium network. To support this podcast and help Mike afford one of those power meters that produce to…
And the race is flat. Celebrations are in order. This week on the Pink Tron: Welcome Tallest Sean and Kees to the Pink Tron Craig is back to the Mullets The high-test Red Star might not have been a good ideaBy stevewpritchard
Lucinda Brand is on top of the cyclocross world, but can she keep it up? Ceratizit-WNT announced their first new rider for the 2022 season and BikeExchange Jayco has finalized their roster. Abby chatted with Kasia Niewiadoma about what makes a great domestique and why she is thankful for Tiffany Cromwell.…
In the latest of our deep-dives with the people behind new products, we sit down with coach to the stars (Rohan Dennis, Evelyn Stephens, Taylor Phinney, and many more) Neal Henderson, Wahoo's Mac Cassin, and former pro Ian Boswell to dig into Wahoo's new training app. This episode is brought to you in partnership with Wahoo. As always, we ask anyth…
Pete Stetina left the world of pro racing to go gravel in 2020, opting for the freedom of a solitary project over the support and constraints of a WorldTour team. Then Covid hit and Stetina, like people the world over, had to adjust. Thus, this season was his first full year of racing gravel. On this podcast, he reflects on the highlights and lowli…
Rahsaan Bahati sits down with Matt Rowe to discuss his winning team performance at this years Race Across America (RAAM). The race spans 3000miles with 175,000 feet of climbing and crosses 12 states.By Zwift
James Hall completed his first triathlon in his late 40’s, after one of his clients challenged him to enter an Etape sportif, and in his own words, he loved it. Inspired to take up swimming with a Master’s group rather than sit and watch his children train in the pool, he combined his love of swimming and cycling, added running, and set himself the…
Kristin Armstrong is taken behind the scenes of development on the new Liv Langma bike. Sophia Shih and Jen Audia joined Kristin to discuss the marketing and engineering process behind Liv's latest bike, providing an insightful look at a part of the bike creation process that often gets overlooked.By Zwift
The genesis of Cervelo started in 1995 when two young engineering students named Phil White and Gerard Vroomen met in the composites lab at McGill University in Canada. Over a span of 15 years they went from building a crazy aerodynamic time trial bike as a university project to creating one of the most disruptive and loved bike brands in the world…
Join us and Eric Hill of Echelon Racing League where we talk about the US and Canadian National Champs, as well as Paracycling Worlds and Echelon Racing LeagueBy No Breakaways
Join Rick and Jordan as they talk all things racing Zwift and RGTBy No Breakaways
Hop in with some new direction for the podcast, we talk some ZRL and RGT racingBy No Breakaways
This week on the CyclingTips podcast... The Beking festival attracted top talent in Monaco over the weekend. Egan Bernal wants to race the Tour de France next year. And speaking of the Tour de France, Wout van Aert hopes to land the green jersey in 2022. EF Education-Tibco-SVB announced their first new rider. Cyclocross was in full swing over the w…
In what is possibly (well for Steve and James anyway) the last ever Pink Tron, we discuss Zwift Racing and in particular the events run by the Herd Racing League. This week; Hoodies, Drinkies, and what do we think of Neokyo one week on? Thanks, as ever, to Gavin for the theme tune!By stevewpritchard
To celebrate what would have been the 143rd birthday of Major Taylor, Rahsaan Bahati and Matt Rowe discussed the life and legacy of the man himself.By Zwift
If you missed Eric Min's Thanksgiving Day Ride where he interviewed Anna Van Der Breggen, then fear not as the full interview is now available here for you to enjoy on or off the bike!By Zwift
With many Zwifters now having had the chance to ride Neokyo, it’s time for Simon, Shane and Nathan to deliver their verdict. They’re joined by veteran Zwifter Sarah LaRocque and Zwift Insider chief bidon washer Eric Schlange, and all contributors have plenty to say about the new extension. He Must Not Be Named now has a regular ride on Zwift. L****…
Liv's Alison Jackson and Brook Hopper (Global Marketing Manager) joined Kristin Armstrong to discuss the upcoming Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift, and all the ways that Liv is helping to support the eventBy Zwift
Retired professional cyclist Carmen Small joins the podcast to talk about her career, arbitrating for an Olympic spot in 2016, and how she got into directing once her career ended due to a concussion.
This year, American Ashton Lambie set a world record by breaking the four-minute barrier in the individual pursuit in Mexico. Later, at the world championships in France, he toppled world time trial champion Filippo Ganna of Ineos Grenadiers, among others, to take the world title in the individual pursuit. And unlike Ganna, who trains with the full…
Kristian Blummenfelt has just destroyed the World Record for Ironman, with his incredible 7.21 at Cozumel. He joins us the day after the race to tell us all about the race, the Olympic Gold medal, training at altitude in the solitude of the Sierra Nevada mountains. We also hear about his plans to be the first human to break the 7 hour barrier for I…
This week on the CyclingTips podcast... Dane called up Life Time’s President of Media and Events Kimo Seymour to learn a bit about Life Time's new six-race off-road series in 2022. Peter Sagan is in the news and it's not great. Mark Cavendish had a nasty crash on the track at the Ghent six day. Team BikeExchange's women's team is coming along nicel…
Matt Lieto and Dan Plews take a look at the baseline run and ride workouts of the Zwift Academy Tri program and offer their advice on how to tackle them.By Zwift
Tina Kalkschmid joined Matt Rowe and Rahsaan Bahati to talk about her new role as D&I (Diversity & Inclusion) Consultant for Canyon SRAM and the goals she has set out for the team over the next 3 yearsBy Zwift
James is joined by Craig and Chris to discuss ZRL regular season wrap, an even-shorter-than-usual HWR, and10-12 Herd teams in the ZRL playoffs!By stevewpritchard
Loren, Amy, and Abby discuss the new EF Education Tibco-SVB team and potential roster. Amy spoke with Rukhsar Habibzai, a refugee from Afghanistan who will ride for USA based Team Twenty24 in 2022. We recommend you also read Iain's story on the UCI's Afghan Cycling Federation led evacuation. On Sunday the Tabor World Cup was fast and furious. Puck …