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veloccino Cycling Podcast - The best stories have not yet been ridden!
1 minutes | 9 days ago
Trailer & Intro - veloccino Cycling Podcast
Just a quick intro and trailer to give you an idea what the cycling podcast is about.
89 minutes | 11 days ago
Dean Kidd - From Zero to Ironman
In this episode Gemma Felstead has the chance to speak to Dean Kidd about his transformation process from living an unhealthy lifestyle to completing a full Ironman in Italy. Tune in to this episode to hear more about the challenges Dean had to overcome and what had triggered the decision to turn his life upside down to conquer this journey. We learn how he had to get his whole family on board and the battles he had especially concerning finding the right diet. Maybe you are currently also looking into changing your life or looking into some inspiration to start your New Year's resolution then this episode is for you! Get inspired by Dean and learn how he has managed his successful transformation from Zero to Ironman. Enjoy!
69 minutes | 19 days ago
Jakub Pieniazek from the Workshop Cafe in Palma de Mallorca
In this week's episode of the veloccino Cycling Podcast, Mike Williams and Niels Schnadt have the chance to chat with Jakub Pieniazek. Jakub is the Co-Owner of the Workshop Cafe in Palma de Mallorca and also a hugely successful cycling coach. He is the head coach of the Polish National handbike team and has helped his riders achieving stellar results on the global para stage and the Paralympics. Over the past couple of years he also supported some high profile international riders like Marta Lach and Stanisław Aniołkowski (who both won the Polish National Road Championship titles in 2020) as well as the CCC pro team as one of their coaches. We learn how Jakub grew up in a small area in Poland, found his love for cycling, moved to the US without speaking English and finally moved to Mallorca where they opened the Workshop Cafe in Palma. Along the way he became a super high profile and successful cycling coach. Besides all of that he is a super fun person to spend time with! Enjoy!
96 minutes | a month ago
Piotr Klin - Breaking the Master's hour record in altitude!? - 2020 Xmas Show
In this episode Gemma Felstead, Mike Williams and Niels Schnadt welcome three guests! Piotr Klin is going to attempt to brrak the Master's hour record in Mexoco in altitude. He works together on this attempt with his coach Mark Powell and a group of engineering students from the Warwick University. Hannah, one of the group of students is also a guest in this episode and helps to understand what tweaks can be done from a technical point of view to make Piotr as fast as possible!
49 minutes | 2 months ago
Rick Lister from Finishline Racing - How do you start a new racing team?
Gemma Felstead and Niels Schnadt speak to Rick Lister from Finishline Racing. Since this season was very light on bike racing due to Covid19, Gemma & Niels felt the urge to bring a bit more racing flavour into the podcast. Since they spoke with Olly Moors in the previous episode about veganism and bike racing they thought that this time the emphasis will be put more on racing itself. How do you actually start a race team and how do you find sponsors to make this happen? Rick Lister is the perfect partner for this conversation. Rick brings in a rich history of involvment in cycle racing and has finally built his own team with a fantastic raster of riders for 2021. Tune in to this episode we are sure you will enjoy it. If you would like to support the cycling podcast, please leave a review on iTunes. To follow Finishline racing hop over to their social media profiles. Instagram: @Finishlineracing Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FinishLineRacingTeam
71 minutes | 2 months ago
Olly Moors - Does veganism compliment your bike racing career ?
In this episode of the veloccino cycling podcast, Gemma and Niels chat to Olly Moors from the UCI Continental Team Ribble Weldtite about all things veganism. Olly has been racing bikes all over the globe, back as a young rider for an american team, but also in Belgium for a couple of years. Since the beginning of 2019 he chose to adapt to a vegan lifestyle. Gemma and Niels are intrigued to how that all looks like if you are a high performance athlete. Questions that came to mind are how to source your nutrition in countries that do not offer a wide variety in vegan products or does the veganism impacts performance in one way or the other. They speak about life choices, risks, benefits and a lot about racing bikes. Leave a review on iTunes and follow us on Spotify if you would like to support us. If you have any questions please send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org or reach out to us on social media via @veloccino Follow Olly on Instagram: @Ollymoors and his team: @ribble_weldtite Enjoy your ride! Cheers Your veloccino Cycling Podcast team
52 minutes | 2 months ago
Winter Vibes 1.0 - How to get your motivation back?
In this episode of Veloccino Cycling podcasts, Gem, Mike and Niels are going to talk about the experience in cycling. Gem is a coach in running. So, this podcasts episode will help listeners motivate and inspire in Gem’s story. Let’s begin! Episode Timeline Gem’s racing series 4:00 Gem is halfway through this zwift Racing League. They had a course which was everything bagel in New York. It lasted about two minutes and then the first hill came up and that was her back into the 5th place. This program actually impressed her. She took a break and did not time trial, she thought it would be a good idea to do as a team. Mike and Gem’s inspiration and motivation for the listeners – in light of year 2020, COVID-19 9:20 I like the technical aspect, the engineering, putting bikes together and taking them apart. I really like the social aspect because I think one of my favorite feelings in the world is like after a really hard day of writing that point when you're sat down and you're you can feel the humming in your legs. There's actually feel quite nice when the endorphins released and all that kind of stuff. Extrinsic motivation of cycling 12:24 There were events that I want to work towards, and I want to do well on it, especially the river Chino on the chest. It was really difficult because we entered the second lockdown because of this COVID-19. Time has changed. Strengths 16:00 My strength is probably somewhere in being sort of a bit of an all-rounder because, I think I can kind of descend on a bike pretty quickly, for a road biker. I can climb up a hill pretty quickly. I really do enjoy the bike maintenance type stuff and putting that together. Planning, organizing and committing to trainings 18:51 I'm pretty good at forming a habit and then sticking to it. But then when I lose that habit, I lose it completely. I think the challenge part is probably perhaps I've lost all of the other consistency. So, I think particularly for 2020 for many people, we're now working differently. We're now socializing differently. And perhaps one of the things for me is that because of that's all changed, it's made it less easy for me to shedule in, like, almost really consistent things. Things that Mike aren’t so good at 26:07 Whenever I look at what and compare with other people have sort of similar size or age or people that I've written with over the years but it's always a lot higher than mine. That's one of the things for me where I keep thinking. I'm not quite so good at is probably disciplined with food.
58 minutes | 3 months ago
Alice Lethbridge on how to overcome challenges
This is the first episode of many to come that is hosted by our new team member Gemma Felstead! Gemma speaks to Alice Lethbridge about overcoming challenges in amateur cycling. They talk about previous results but also sacrifices and how juggling your aspiring cycling life with your daily day job. Enjoy Gemma's first episode. If you have any questions or feedback please send us an email to email@example.com
57 minutes | 3 months ago
Dan Linfield from bloK.pod on how to convert your van to an instant camper van.
When is a van not a van? We travelled down to the Brighton area to meet Dan Linfield from bloK.pod! bloK.pod builds custom pods to convert your van into an instant camper van. He also build fantastic fork mounts to enable you to bring you bike with you to all your adventures. We spoke with Dan about how he came up with the idea, how that all started, engineering in general and many more things.
6 minutes | 3 months ago
Our biggest UPDATE ever!
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82 minutes | 4 months ago
How does virtual racing work? With Gemma Felstead & Paul Fitzpatrick - Episode 3/01
"We heard a lot about virtual cycle racing in the past. Especially during the lockdown period it seems to have grown in popularity. So we wanted to find out what it is all about. How does it work? How do you get involved? How does a league look like and how do teams work together? We caught up with Gemma Felstead and Paul Fitzpatrick to talk about all things virtual racing! Enjoy the show! Thanks Niels" In this episode of Veloccino cycling podcast, we have invited guests Gemma Felstead and Paul Fitzpatrick. They are both virtual athletes, and Paul as DS (Directeur sportif) and organizer of virtual events. They joined the show to talk with us all about virtual racing – how it works, getting involved, joining a league, and racing with a team, all in one episode! Key Quotes: “One of the great things about Zwift is at a certain degree, you have a race to focus on and gives you purpose to do the training. The training is not just for the sake of it, you've actually got a purpose for why you're putting in those extra hours.” [13:54-14:10] “There's nothing that compares to riding with a group or team on the road. And listening to the sound that it makes it amazing, talking together, and having tactics” [37:37-37:47] Want to connect with Gemma Felstead, make sure to follow her on Instagram Be updated on what's going on in terms of the league. The best place to be is Central Cyclo-Cross League Facebook Make sure to hit the subscribe button to not miss a single episode on Veloccino Podcast. To get in touch with them personally, email them at firstname.lastname@example.org. This is the Veloccino podcast, where the best stories have not yet been ridden!
69 minutes | 6 months ago
Josefine Lützau - How does cycling support your freeride skiing performance?
In this episode Mike Williams and Niels Schnadt catch up with Josefine Lützau from Denmark. Josefine is a top Danish freeride skier and was working towards qualifying for the Pro World Tour when Covid-19 hit the global sport scene. Change of plans due to those unforeseen circumstances brought Josi back on her bike. Road cycling is her other passion that she discovered a couple of years back as a fantastic exercise to support her skiing performance. Josefine has overcome multiple set backs from injuries and always fought back to get back on her skies quick. We talk about her drive, how she deals with challenges and obstacles as well as cycling in denmark. Enjoy! Photo credits to @gustavthuesen⠀on Instagram.
52 minutes | 7 months ago
How should you overtake horse riders when you ride your bike?
We were tempted to call this episode "only fools and horses" but the more descriptive title might make more sense in this case. Hang on, you might think, I thought this is a cycling podcast? Yes it is! That is exactly why we decided to talk to a horsey person to find out how to overtake horses safely during our bike rides. In this episode we had a fantastic chat with Lisa Keys from Lisa Keys Eventing. Niels Schnadt and Mike Williams learn that bike and horse riders actually have a lot in common. We find out how to approach horses, we learn about "spooking" and we discuss a couple of scenarios on how to overtake horse riders.
43 minutes | 8 months ago
UNCUT - Home Made Soap & A Little Person On A Uni Cycle
Another uncut episode. Play a fly on the wall listening to Mike William and Niels Schnadt conversing on the phone discussing corona virus, Pamela Anderson's Tattoo on Mike's arm and home made soap! This episode is for you. You will like it!
48 minutes | 9 months ago
Ruth Astle - Turning Triathlon Pro
In this episode Mike Williams and Niels Schnadt are dipping their toes a little bit more into Triathlon, long-distance to be specific. Ruth Astle just turned pro after she won the overall age group category at the 2019 Ironman world championships in Kona, Hawaii. We learn a lot about her, British wine, rookie and bike errors, and we find out how she juggled a busy daily day job and training before turning pro. This episode is for you if you like to learn more about professional Triathlon, keeping fit during Covid19 and unicorn tattoos. Follow Ruth on Instagram @rastle50 as well as on YouTube: Ruth Astle https://www.youtube.com/user/Reastle1
69 minutes | 9 months ago
Michael Broadwith - Why do you like mathematics & how did you break the World Record riding from Land's End to John o' Groats
Mike Williams and Niels Schnadt had a chat with Michael Broadwith to find out what fascinates him on mathematics and why he likes pot noodles so much! ;) We spoke about his world record breaking ride from Land's End to John o' Groats and discussed all things mathematics. Do you know where his Twitter handle 24HourMaths is coming from? Well you will find out here. What a delightful evening at the screen recording it was! So much fun and laughter and we learnt a thing or two we are sure you didn't know yet.
48 minutes | 9 months ago
Simon Voysey - How do you run a cycling cafe? Musette Cafe in Aldbury our favourite coffee stop in the Chilterns!
In this episode Mike Williams and Niels Schnadt have the chance to speak to Simon Voysey, who is one of the owners of the Musette Cycle Cafe in Aldbury in the Chilterns. Hands down our most favourite coffee stop! We learn about how it all started, we discover how tough it actually is to run a hospitality business and we reminiscent about a lot of fantastic days and evenings we have spent in this beautiful coffee stop.
38 minutes | 10 months ago
veloccino uncut - 2 goats is a party, Social Distancing, DIY errors, Zwift and a Half Man - 210
This episode is a quick chat between Mike and Niels to find out what each of them are up to. How does Covid-19 impact their daily day life. Topics that are covered: Updates Future Guests Zwift & virtual cycling DIY errors 2 goats is a party Building a barn This is one of the episodes we are planning to do more often. Raw and uncut. We hope you enjoy it.
55 minutes | 10 months ago
Corona: How to remain active and perform positive habits with Mark Powell and Dr Ian Walker - 209
A lot has changed in the UK over the last couple of weeks due to the Corona Situation. There is a lot of negativity flowing in from all channels and a lot of things are said of what we can not do anymore. In this episode we want to focus on what you actually can do! We are the positive podcast! Tune in to listen to our conversation with a) Mark Powell about how to remain laser sharp and focussed and set yourself targets to remain active, fit and strong and b) Dr Ian Walker to learn more about using the chance of a big disruption to build positive habits!
55 minutes | 10 months ago
Mark Powell - How do you Coach the world record breaking cyclists? - 208
Mark Powell is the coach of many fantastic cyclists. Some of them are national champions and even world record breakers. Mike Williams and Niels Schnadt had the chance to chat to him about how that all works. How do you become a coach, how do you coach people and if you are looking for a coach how do you find the right one for you.
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