The Indian Cycling Podcast

The Indian Cycling Podcast

Your one-stop destination for all the events, personalities and discussions on cycling in India.

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The Giro Explainer
The Giro d'Italia is taking place right now. It is one of the oldest stage race and the year’s first Grand Tour. Along with Tour de France and the Vuelta Espana, it forms the troika of races considered most prestigious. This is an explainer episode talking about this year’s race and its contenders.. Reading list: Chirs Froome's biography "The Climb" Chasing Legends: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1996211/ Riding in the Wind: https://mobile.twitter.com/Spragg_Coaching/status/1105063968664666113
05:30:00
17 May 2019

Naveen John at the Asian Road Championships
Naveen John is a multiple national road racing champion. He took part in the Asian Road Racing Championships at Taskhent, Uzbekistan. We do a deep-dive into the event, the races and the Indian contingent. Naveen John is the biggest name in India’s cycling. If you are that rare bird who doesn’t know Naveen John: Read - https://www.newsclick.in/kaam-karo-or-why-naveen-john-indias-most-successful-cyclist and watch - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6W-5nbVOPaE&t=445s. Asian results are here - .https://www.the-sports.org/cycling-asian-cycling-championships-results-2019-women-epf92654.html
05:30:00
7 May 2019

Episode-10: Road Racing with Parashuram
Parashuram Chenji is a two time National Road silver medallist winning the U23 Silver in 2016 and the Elite Criterium in 2017. Parashu talks about his journey in cycling so far. He is especially known for his ability to read a race and his fellow riders. We also talk about the Hyderabad Racing Circuit’s Mass Start Race that took place on 14-April. Parashu is also an avid blogger and all-round awesome dude. Check out his blog: https://parashuramchenji.wordpress.com/
05:30:00
3 May 2019

Alpi-4000 with Krishna and Rajesh
ALPI 4000 Brevet goes around Alps' over 4000 high peaks and covers a distance of 1530 km. Randonneurs Krishna Kunam and Rajesh Krishnamaneni completed the inaugural event in 2018. They talk about their experiences riding the highest Alps of Northern Italy. They will also talk about their experiences London-Edinburgh-London in 2017 and the upcoming Paris-Brest-Paris. This is the first in a series of episodes where will cover riders going to Paris-Brest-Paris. Alpi 4000: https://www.alpi4000.it/en/home London-Edinburgh-London: https://londonedinburghlondon.com/ Paris-Brest-Paris: https://www.paris-brest-paris.org/index2.php?lang=en&cat=accueil&page=edito
05:30:00
27 April 2019

Alpi-4000 with Krishna and Rajesh
ALPI 4000 Brevet goes around Alps' over 4000 high peaks and covers a distance of 1530 km. Randonneurs Krishna Kunam and Rajesh Krishnamaneni completed the inaugural event in 2018. They talk about their experiences riding the highest Alps of Northern Italy. They will also talk about their experiences London-Edinburgh-London in 2017 and the upcoming Paris-Brest-Paris. This is the first in a series of episodes where will cover riders going to Paris-Brest-Paris. Alpi 4000: https://www.alpi4000.it/en/home London-Edinburgh-London: https://londonedinburghlondon.com/ Paris-Brest-Paris: https://www.paris-brest-paris.org/index2.php?lang=en&cat=accueil&page=edito
05:30:00
26 April 2019

Training essentials by Gokul and Hour Ride record
Gokul talks to Harsha about how to train for general fitness and events. We de-clutter the various jargon and acronyms that are thrown about about by cyclists: ERG, FTP, Zones etc. We also talk about Victor Campenaerts's new hour ride record and we preview the Asian Road Cycling Championships that will take place in Uzbekistan. Mathew Hayman: https://www.cyclingweekly.com/news/racing/paris-roubaix-winner-mathew-hayman-retiring-racing-394699 ERG mode and Smart trainer: https://support.trainerroad.com/hc/en-us/articles/201869764-Erg-Mode-Explained FTP and Power meters: https://www.cyclingweekly.com/fitness/ftp-cycling-363865 Zones: https://blog.wahoofitness.com/the-ultimate-guide-for-tracking-your-cycling-heart-rate/ Victor Campenaerts blog : https://lottosoudal.be/en/news/diary-victor-campenaerts-part-1
05:30:00
19 April 2019

Maxwell Trevor: The fire still burns - Part 2
We continue our conversation with Maxwell Trevor. He talks about the future of cycling in India, coaching and how to bring more kids into the system. Do listen and send us your feedback to podcast@thebikeaffair.com .
05:30:00
12 April 2019

Maxwell Trevor: The fire still burns - Part 1
Maxwell Trevor set Indian velodromes on fire with his speed in the 1980s. He is a national record holder, winner of more than 250 medals and an eleven-time national track cycling champion. He is a UCI Certified coach and runs an academy identifying and grooming young talent. Do listen and send us your feedback to podcast@thebikeaffair.com .
05:30:00
3 April 2019

Saddle tech and Milan San-Remo
In this episode we have Krishnendu Basu (Krish) talk about the common issues riders face with Saddles and how to overcome them. In the second half we do a race analysis of "Milan San Remo" that happened over the weekend. Do listen and send us your feedback and questions to podcast@thebikeaffair.com
05:30:00
29 March 2019

Individual Time Trial at BBCh
Our guest Akash Panda and co-host Gokul educate Harsha about Individual Time Trial (ITT) as an event. They talk about the Bangalore Bicycle Championship's ITT event that took place on 19-March
05:30:00
22 March 2019

Deep-dive into cadence and cleats
What is cadence? Why use cleats and cycling shoes? Gokul does a deep-dive into their importance and how it helps a rider.
05:30:00
14 March 2019

Handicap Race and Hyderabad Racing Circuit
Our first guest, Khiyar Pasha is the Director Sportiff of Hyderabad Racing Circuit. We talk about the recently conducted handicap race. How it works, why it's fun and what a cyclist means when he says, "Let's work together ....." .
05:30:00
13 March 2019

The First One
The Indian Cycling Podcast introduces the hosts and sets out the goals of the podcast.
05:30:00
7 March 2019