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Best Australian Cycling Insider Podcast podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Australian Cycling Insider Podcast podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Marcus Culey of Team Sapura Cycling (yes, new team) joins the podcast to talk all things Sun Tour, including gravel climbs, will Ben Dyball win and who's running hot at the moment. Brodie Chapman of TIBCO-SVB also shares her thoughts ahead of her title defence in the race that catapulted her into the WorldTour.…
 
Wind, rain, sun, a bit of hail... that could have been the description of 20 minutes in the constantly changing weather conditions on the border of South Australia and Victoria. It made for a fun place to stage a bike race!Chats with all the winners and riders that made the action at the 2018 edition of the Tour of the Great South Coast.…
 
It's three podcasts in one this episode as Ryan Cavanagh of St George Continental and Georgie Whitehouse of Sydney Uni-Staminade Womens Cycling talk about the recent running of Battle Recharge, and Ben Hill of Ljubljana Gusto Xaurum has a chat about racing since coming back from a nasty crash at the end of last season.…
 
Grace Brown of Holden Team Gusto and Chris Miller of Nero KOM Financial Advice Racing Team join the podcast to talk all things Battle Recharge. It's been a long hiatus for the National Road Series, but things look set for a hot return to racing around Murwillumbah.By Australian Cycling Insider Podcast
 
Marcus Culey of St George Continental joins the podcast to preview the first event of the National Road Series, the Grafton to Inverell, and to talk about Aussies performing overseas. With a special appearance from Amanda Spratt of Mitchelton-Scott, talking about her incredible Ardennes performance!By Australian Cycling Insider Podcast
 
Brodie Chapman joins the podcast fresh off her victory at the inaugural womens Jayco Herald Sun Tour to wrap the season alongside Mobius Bridglane's Peter Livingstone. A roundtable discussion about the takeaways from the Aussie summer of racing, with a bit of Kiwi action thrown in as well. Hosted as always by host Jamie Finch-Penninger and sponsore…
 
Another memorable edition of the Jayco Herald Sun Tour, with winds, climbs, a race neutralisation, beautiful scenery and superb riding. Sure, the focus could be on Esteban Chaves... but we're committed to the local Australian scene. Plus Chaves is a very soft speaker and didn't pick up well on the audio! Featuring interviews with Sam Crome of Benne…
 
Kat Garfoot surprised noone by showing her strength on what was a fast, dirty and wet Stage 2 of the Santos Womens Tour Down Under. Racing was in the gutter for the second half of the race, but despite conditions that would have made the Europeans feel more at home it was the Aussies that filled out the podium on the Mengler's Hill ascent.…
 
Wiggle High5's Annette Edmondson couldn't let her brother have all the limelight, taking out the first UCI womens race of the 2018 season. Including interviews with Gene Bates of Michelton-Scott, Georgia Baker of TIS Racing, Rachel Neylan of Movistar/UniSA, Annette Edmondson, Girogia Bronzini of Cylance and Lauretta Hanson of UHC/UniSa.…
 
A mix of interviews and chats with riders at the Aussie road nationals in Buninyong to try and determine how the mens and womens race will go for 2018. Not that we necessarily have any certainty over how either race will go, but it's been a lot of fun dissecting the tactics. Featuring Oscar Stevenson, Luke Durbridge, Lucy Kennedy (both Michelton-Sc…
 
The place-getters in the Under 23 Mens Time Trial talk post-race about a variety of topics. Callum Scotson is focusing on the road, Sam Jenner is keen for some leadership roles and Jason Lea was happy with the result and the progression he's been making in recent years. Three pretty different young guys all with different paths ahead of them to get…
 
Gracie Elvin and Rochelle Gilmore join the podcast to talk about the UCI Womens World Tour with a particular focus on the Australians competing. It was a good year for Aussies abroad so there was plenty of positivity, but we also talk about the demise of the High5 national development team.By Australian Cycling Insider Podcast
 
NRS series leader Shannon Malseed of Holden Womens Racing and Tom Robinson of NSWIS join the podcast this week. Tom is fresh off his narrow defeat to Nathan Elliot at the Melbourne to Warrnambool whilst Shannon has her sights set on defending her NRS lead in the final race on the calendar.By Australian Cycling Insider Podcast
 
David Hunter(@cyclingmole) and Marcus Culey of St George Continental cycling team join host Jamie Finch-Penninger to talk for a very long time about all things Giro d'Italia related. The course, teams, sprinters and major contenders all get the microscope treatment as the panel offers their opinions and prediction of how the first Grand Tour of 201…
 
Pat Shaw and Jamie Finch-Penninger chat Tour Down Under and preview Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race whilst in a car just before the Race Melbourne. Includes press conference with the winners of the race, btw make sure to register your like or dislike of the inclusion of interviews with the riders as it may be something that sees further use.…
 
David Hunter aka the Cycling Mole joins Jamie Finch-Penninger to preview the Tour Down Under, slap down the pretenders, laud the favourites and mis-assign gender. It looks like the hilliest edition of the Tour Down Under ever and could throw up a new winner of the event. Which riders end up being the picks of the podcast for the overall?…
 
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