We interrupt your regular programming for this message from our friends at Cyclist
Are you a fan of cycling or perhaps just dipping your toe in the world of two-wheeled workouts? Have you found you’ve got a little more time on your hands to listen to podcasts, too?
Well, if so, you may want to tune into the brand new Cyclist Magazine Podcast, launching this week.
Every other Thursday, digital writer Joe Robinson and deputy editor James Spender will discuss a range of topics from the wonderful world of bike technology at Paris-Roubaix, forgotten heroes of the cycling’s rich history, professional team sponsors from the past, alongside our favourite climbs, sportives and Gran Fondos from around the world.
There may even be the odd quiz or two.
We’ll record live from WorldTour races, industry events and even from the top of a mountain or two (when we’re all allowed back outside, that is), to bring you insight and expertise from within the world of cycling from the people who know it best.
Episode 1 will be released on Thursday 7th May. We discuss the hidden gem of the Colle Fauniera, our cover story from Issue 100 of Cyclist, the history of Eddy Merckx and his eponymous bicycle company and why Ferrero Rocher chocolates do not contain alcohol.
From then on, we will bring you a new episode every other Thursday and you’ll be able to catch the Cyclist Magazine Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcast, Stitcher, Spotify or wherever else podcasts are found.
Below are links to our trailer and to Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Give our trailer a listen and subscribe to be notified when our first episode drops. Please also feel free to comment so we know what you would like to hear us discuss.
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