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The cycling podcast for cycling enthusiasts who prefer a latte to pralmorelin dihydrochloride. All the fun, hobby, and social side to cycling, with news, articles, interviews, and minimal drug-crazed Strava-obsessed testosterone. With hosts triathlete @rayahubbell and comedian @stephencgrant. Sponsored by dhb - Don't hold back!

This show, like us, goes out as frequently as possible, but may be delayed due to weather, illness, or an inability to self-motivate.

Jan 5, 2021

Don't let the show length fool you. Stephen and Raya are covering all subjects cycling, purist and tenuously related to the world of two wheels.

Socially distanced as per usual; some of the subjects covered include cycling in fog, breaking spokes mid-ride, how our podcast strategy is ruled by dog pictures, and Raya's...


Dec 6, 2020

The Cyclist Pod are coronabored. As we imagine you are too, so we're aiming to be the antidote. If not the vaccine.

Stephen and Raya are socially distanced as ever - and attempt some public service broadcasting to help explain what you can actually do cycling-wise during a lockdown.

It's light and shade an equal...


Nov 19, 2020

Love is in the air! Or the bin. The Cyclist Pod is back  and Stephen discovers his love of the bicycle has been cited in his divorce. Yes, genuinely.

Cycle clothing when not cycling. We answered this 2 years ago. Nothing like an update. Have our views changed? Is it Acceptable or excessive?

Speaking of which......


Nov 11, 2020

The Cyclist Pod attempts to provide an important public service: Letting the travelling cyclists know where, in these pandemic times, you can actually go cycling. Note that this advice is probably rubbish now thanks to lockdown 2. Grrrreat

Anyway. Come for the advice, stay for the abuse. Raya's facing off to a double...


Oct 27, 2020

The Cyclist Pod talks to Romesh Ranganathan!

In an episode that was initially going to just be about Peloton, we hand over the assessment to someone who actually uses it - a lot - and that's Romesh. Its cutting, surprisingly enthusiastic, and very very funny.

We've still got time for some aimless silliness, a more...