From her roots in Cape Town to a career all over Europe, Pridham continues to love the sport of cycling.
The goal is 500 Buffalo Bikes donated — one for every kilometer ridden on December 30.
The Kenyan rider believed in himself through trials and tribulations.
PYSO, ep. 81: UCI innovation manager Michael Rogers on progress, holistic understanding, and regulation
The race veteran, now innovation manager at the UCI, is excited about virtual cycling and studying the ever-developing technology of bike racing.
Plus, the four-time world champion weighs in on a hotly dispute topic amongst cyclists: correct sock height.
After years in Europe, the 22-year-old is returning to the U.S. for a new kind of opportunity.
Six Olympic Games. 17 Tours de France. A win at Paris-Roubaix. And now, a role as race director for Tour Down Under.
Marquardt was diagnosed with diabetes at age 16 and was told she would never compete at a high level again.
The current national champ talks COVID-19, his long road with Jonathan Vaughters, and gravel gear tips.
The 2012 Giro d'Italia was a tempestuous affair, with the leader's jersey changing hands several times in the closing stages.
Porte has earned great success at Saxo Bank, Team Sky, BMC, and Trek-Segafredo, but he had to fight for his place from day one.
Since the season's restart, racing has felt like one giant stage race for the Canyon//SRAM rider.
From early life family struggles to more recent battles with cancer, Peiper hasn't had the smoothest road. But the calm director at UAE continues to provide hope and guidance for many riders and others in the sport.
Hindsight is 20/20 — and that's exactly what PYSO is bringing to this special episode reflecting on the 2020 Tour de France.
The Australian TV commentator shares his tricks of the trade for announcing the Tour de France in normal years and what he has been doing remotely in 2020.
Where did aero bars and aero helmets come from? Geoffrey LeMond had a front-row seat to these developments as the son of Greg LeMond.
PYSO, ep. 68: Mark Cavendish says “bunch sprinting is the only part of cycling left that uses pure tactics”
Cavendish has won 30 stages of the Tour de France, a race he says he owes everything to in his career.
Making highly charged personnel selections is nothing new for Rod Ellingworth, who has a deep background with the British Olympic program. He explains how Bahrain-McLaren picked its 2020 Tour de France team, including the omission of his old associate Mark Cavendish.
How many masters racers do you know who can bring the Giro d'Italia to new countries?
The Miami Dolphins running back coach is an evangelist for cycling. Find out why.
On going deep into the pain cave and high in the mountains with Reggie Miller, among many other things.
Bobby Julich woke up early before this episode was recorded, nervous about where the conversation on his life and career might lead.
Training and racing with one of the strongest teams in the world? All in a day's Ironman training for Cam Wurth.
With the untimely passing of young Belgian rider Niels De Vriendt (VDM), Mike Lepp talks about how cycling can exacerbate heart issues, and what can be done about it.
From burritos to cheating to nearly 90,000 riders in the Virtual Tour de France, Min talks about where Zwift came from and where it's going.
Women's cycling is "becoming a professional sport, but it's not there yet," says the former pro. Hear what she's doing about it.
As a classics racer, de Jongh was famous for being impervious to bad weather. Now as a director, he talks about helping riders deal with the stresses of life and racing by staying calm.
Special co-host Christian Vande Velde — a former Slipstream teammate of Farrar — joins Bobby Julich for a friendly, insightful show.
Road bikes, cyclocross bikes, mountain bikes, and motorbikes — Neff loves riding them all. On this episode, the multi-time world champ talks about the special Swiss cycling programs that helped propel her to the top.
PYSO, ep. 55: Reggie Miller on athletic greatness, racism, and the importance of uncomfortable conversations
On this episode of Put Your Socks On, the Hall of Famer encourages us all, especially white people, to 'put your ears on' and listen to hard conversations.
Van Garderen skipped the 2016 Olympics because of concern for a virus. So how is he feeling now?
"If someone is okay with saying, I like to win, and I'm going to win, that's a good quality," Cranmer says. "A lot of athletes shy away from showing that confidence and Chloe never did."
"I guarantee you NTT Pro Cycling is going to be a weapon when we come out racing again," Riis said.
The Danish rider talks about improving his one-minute efforts, spending time with his young family, and finding a routine.
Cycling powerhouse team shifts gear to humanitarian efforts with their sponsor.
All pro races should include women's and men's events, former Giro boss says. 'It should be a must if you want to have a first-level race.'
'Each stakeholder is going to come out of this thing a little bit different than the way it went in.'
Brendan Schwab, head of the World Players Association, talks about how athletes can get a seat at the table for organizing sport.
Just like music can improve a cyclist's life, cycling can improve a musician's life. Greg Erwin testifies how.
"To me, being an athlete is three things," Williams says. "It is being accessible and a great example to people who follow you. It is showing up and looking the part. And it is performing when it is time to perform."
Bobby and Gus talk about what everybody is talking about — the global pandemic.
Professional cycling can define not only a person's physiology, but a large part of their identity. What happens when that is gone?
Bobby and Gus look at how the media has covered and is covering the sport, with special guests Jered Gruber and Ian Dille.
Should the UCI have a pollution protocol? And should pro riders be environmental activists, or neutral entertainers? Bobby and Gus get philosophical.
Bobby & Gus recap the time trial events from the 2019 world championships and give their insight and predictions for the road races this weekend.
Bobby Julich and Gus Morton get you up to speed on what went down in the final week of the Vuelta a España, the Canadian WorldTour races, and the Tour of Britain.
Bobby Julich and Gus Morton recap the first week of La Vuelta and the latest happenings across the world of pro cycling.
On this episode of PYSO Gus and Bobby talk with Dr. Allen Lim about recovery and preparation
EF Education First assistant sports director Tom Southam calls in to talk about analog technology. And Bobby Julich and Gus Morton discuss failed nature-break ploys, getting jiggy with it, France vs. Italy on the subject of “legal usage” of champagne, high-speed praying mantes and more.
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