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The BikeRadar Podcast
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BikeRadar delve into the world of road and mountain biking to bring you the best tech content in cycling. Join the team for their monthly episodes and occasional bonus episodes.

Latest Episodes

Road tech way ahead of its time

While everything in fashion is circular, so, it appears is bicycle tech. While new technology is often hailed as ground breaking or never before seen in cycling, you might be surprised as to what’s been around in the past. Our Dep Ed Jack and tech-specialist Simon delve into the annals of cycling history to pick out the tech that was well ahead of its time. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

24 MIN4 d ago
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Road tech way ahead of its time

Road Tech Talk - 1x on the road

In the first of our new Road Tech Talk podcsst series, BikeRadar’s Matthew Allen and Warren Rossiter give us the low-down on 1x, or single ring, drivetrains for drop-barred bikes. Where have they come from? What are the advantages and disadvantages? Should you consider them for your bike? All this, and more, is covered. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

28 MIN1 w ago
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Road Tech Talk - 1x on the road

Future trends in mountain biking

What are we going to be riding in five year’s time?Tomand Seb discuss where the industry is heading. Cheap bikes, electronics, and rider comfort all come up in discussion. Let us know where you think it’s all going! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

40 MIN2 w ago
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Future trends in mountain biking

Bike Shorts 02 | Is Shimano making a gearbox?

Shimano has filed a patent for a bicycle gearbox, potentially signalling a major upheaval in drivetrain tech. BikeRadar’s Matthew and Tom talk through the concept and explore why you might want to ditch your derailleurs. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

12 MIN3 w ago
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Bike Shorts 02 | Is Shimano making a gearbox?

BikeRadar Meets - Jeff Steber, Intense Cycles Founder

Jeff Steber, the man behind Intesne Cycles, has to be one of the most influential bike designers on the planet. Over the past 3-and-a-bit decades, Intense Cycles has produced some of the most prolific downhill mountain bikes, piloted by some of the world’s greatest riders, including Shaun Palmer and Aaron Gwin. We discuss the current state of the mountain bike market, and where it may be heading, as well as the history of Intense Cycles, their riders, and how having a rich history of pros on the team has been a positive influence on the design of their bikes. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

35 MIN3 w ago
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BikeRadar Meets - Jeff Steber, Intense Cycles Founder

Future trends in road cycling

We cast an eye in to the future to see what might be coming round the corner in the world of road cycling. Yet more aerodynamics, gravel bikes and e-sports are all on the horizon. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

38 MINNOV 4
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Future trends in road cycling

Tech Talk - Does weight really matter?

Look at any review and you’ll see, in a fairly prominent position, the weight of the bike or component – but does weight really matter? BikeRadar’s tech-head Seb has done the maths, and reckons we might be making a mountain out of a molehill… For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

28 MINOCT 28
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Tech Talk - Does weight really matter?

How MTB racing has influenced bike design

The rigours of racing between the tapes demands high performance from both competitors and their bikes, and so the development of bikes, and the components fitted to them, are inextricably linked to racing. At BikeRadar we’re lucky to have two members of the team, Rob Weaver and Luke Marshall, who have competed at World Cup level downhill. They, along with our tech-expert Seb Stott, dig deep in to how the world of racing has, or hasn’t, influenced the design of the modern mountain bike. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

32 MINOCT 21
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How MTB racing has influenced bike design

Tech Talk - Why do derailleurs still exist?

Pretty much since the advent of gears on bicycles, the derailleur has been the dominant mechanism for shifting the chain between gears. However, being dangled by the rear wheel, exposed to the elements, is a risky place to hang out. Internal gear hubs and mechanisms have long been touted as the future of mountain bike drivetrains, yet have never had the impact they’ve promised. Why is that? And what could the future hold for gear shifting on mountain bikes – Seb and Tom discuss. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

28 MINOCT 14
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Tech Talk - Why do derailleurs still exist?

Do you really need more than one bike?

The ideal number of bikes to own is N + 1 is a popular saying among cyclists – with N representing the number of bikes you already own. But does the new breed of highly versatile, go anywhere road (or gravel) bikes mean that, really, one bike is all you need? Bikeradar’s Tom Marvin, Warren Rossiter and Rob Spedding try to work out if they need to buy more bikes. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

31 MINOCT 7
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Do you really need more than one bike?

Latest Episodes

Road tech way ahead of its time

While everything in fashion is circular, so, it appears is bicycle tech. While new technology is often hailed as ground breaking or never before seen in cycling, you might be surprised as to what’s been around in the past. Our Dep Ed Jack and tech-specialist Simon delve into the annals of cycling history to pick out the tech that was well ahead of its time. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

24 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Road tech way ahead of its time

Road Tech Talk - 1x on the road

In the first of our new Road Tech Talk podcsst series, BikeRadar’s Matthew Allen and Warren Rossiter give us the low-down on 1x, or single ring, drivetrains for drop-barred bikes. Where have they come from? What are the advantages and disadvantages? Should you consider them for your bike? All this, and more, is covered. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

28 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Road Tech Talk - 1x on the road

Future trends in mountain biking

What are we going to be riding in five year’s time?Tomand Seb discuss where the industry is heading. Cheap bikes, electronics, and rider comfort all come up in discussion. Let us know where you think it’s all going! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

40 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Future trends in mountain biking

Bike Shorts 02 | Is Shimano making a gearbox?

Shimano has filed a patent for a bicycle gearbox, potentially signalling a major upheaval in drivetrain tech. BikeRadar’s Matthew and Tom talk through the concept and explore why you might want to ditch your derailleurs. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

12 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Bike Shorts 02 | Is Shimano making a gearbox?

BikeRadar Meets - Jeff Steber, Intense Cycles Founder

Jeff Steber, the man behind Intesne Cycles, has to be one of the most influential bike designers on the planet. Over the past 3-and-a-bit decades, Intense Cycles has produced some of the most prolific downhill mountain bikes, piloted by some of the world’s greatest riders, including Shaun Palmer and Aaron Gwin. We discuss the current state of the mountain bike market, and where it may be heading, as well as the history of Intense Cycles, their riders, and how having a rich history of pros on the team has been a positive influence on the design of their bikes. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

35 MIN3 w ago
Comments
BikeRadar Meets - Jeff Steber, Intense Cycles Founder

Future trends in road cycling

We cast an eye in to the future to see what might be coming round the corner in the world of road cycling. Yet more aerodynamics, gravel bikes and e-sports are all on the horizon. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

38 MINNOV 4
Comments
Future trends in road cycling

Tech Talk - Does weight really matter?

Look at any review and you’ll see, in a fairly prominent position, the weight of the bike or component – but does weight really matter? BikeRadar’s tech-head Seb has done the maths, and reckons we might be making a mountain out of a molehill… For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

28 MINOCT 28
Comments
Tech Talk - Does weight really matter?

How MTB racing has influenced bike design

The rigours of racing between the tapes demands high performance from both competitors and their bikes, and so the development of bikes, and the components fitted to them, are inextricably linked to racing. At BikeRadar we’re lucky to have two members of the team, Rob Weaver and Luke Marshall, who have competed at World Cup level downhill. They, along with our tech-expert Seb Stott, dig deep in to how the world of racing has, or hasn’t, influenced the design of the modern mountain bike. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

32 MINOCT 21
Comments
How MTB racing has influenced bike design

Tech Talk - Why do derailleurs still exist?

Pretty much since the advent of gears on bicycles, the derailleur has been the dominant mechanism for shifting the chain between gears. However, being dangled by the rear wheel, exposed to the elements, is a risky place to hang out. Internal gear hubs and mechanisms have long been touted as the future of mountain bike drivetrains, yet have never had the impact they’ve promised. Why is that? And what could the future hold for gear shifting on mountain bikes – Seb and Tom discuss. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

28 MINOCT 14
Comments
Tech Talk - Why do derailleurs still exist?

Do you really need more than one bike?

The ideal number of bikes to own is N + 1 is a popular saying among cyclists – with N representing the number of bikes you already own. But does the new breed of highly versatile, go anywhere road (or gravel) bikes mean that, really, one bike is all you need? Bikeradar’s Tom Marvin, Warren Rossiter and Rob Spedding try to work out if they need to buy more bikes. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

31 MINOCT 7
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Do you really need more than one bike?
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