We talk to the Jamie Smith on his latest book, American Pro. With great insight into the industry and a witty writing style, Smith uncovers what’s wrong—and what’s right—with America’s broken bike racing system. American Pro will transform how you think of domestic pro racing through a five-season exposé of the sport we love.
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Discussing visibility for women in cycling and sports, why road bikes sales are declining, how some cyclists have come to terms with having to break traffic laws, and the time it takes to commute to work may actually take less time than you think.
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Strade Bianche 2018, Wout van Aert posts extraordinary Strade Bianche ride to Strava, Photo Gallery: A Mud-Splattered 2018 Men’s Strade Bianche, Former Sky coach Sutton to Wiggins: ‘Come forward and tell the truth’, Lappartient wants CADF to investigate Team Sky, Giro d’Italia defies trend, keeps podium girls; The Incredibly Cheap Street Fix That Saves Lives, and America’s Pedestrian Safety Crisis Isn’t Getting Any Better
ProViz Reflective Cycling
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Topics of this episode include: Sagan meets the Pope, Fabian Cancellara gives an interesting interview, the Women’s World Tour and Continental team bikes, and lots of talk about bicycle lubricant.
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Lance Armstrong and Tour of Flanders, Froome's camp has a new theory, how to not lock your bike and secure your gear, San Diego makes gains with a road diet, and reviewing the men's 2018 team bikes for the World Tour.
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Playa del Rey road diet, mountain biking in the wilderness is at risk, how to make bike shops better, and taste testing the flavors of JoJé Bar energy bars.
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Pro Champion rider Chris Froome gets a failed drug test result from the 2017 Vuelta Espana (which he won), how to get customers to spend money at bike shops, and GM plans to add 'in-use' shopping app to their new cars.
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The post 106: People Protected Bike Lanes, IMBA vs. the World, Ban The Bike! – A Response, San Diego’s Bike Share Problem, 2018 WorldTour Fashion Analysis, and Drafting Off Semi-Trucks appeared first on BICYCLIST.
This episode we look at studies that conclude cyclists are better drivers, bicycle infrastructure makes business boom, the benefits to riding bikes, and the gear that makes you the most visible.
The post 105: The Helmet Wars of 2017, Pinarello Plays 5D Chess With The Internet, Misinformation Masquerading As Science, and The Future of Roads Near You appeared first on BICYCLIST.