Cycling podcasts are great for beginning cyclers to seasoned ones. Podcast topics range from motivational stories to the latest cycling news. Check out the below sampling of podcasts to see if one of them sparks your interest.
Hosted by professional mountain biker Payson McElveen, this podcast features well-known guests from sports, biking, and the adventure world. McElveen peppers the interviews with the latest trends, as well as anecdotes from his cycling career. Guests have included Ellen Noble, Gary Fisher, and Carson Storch.
This podcast remains one of the longest-running in the cycling world. Hosted by Daniel Friebe, Lionel Birnie, and Richard Moore, the original show has expanded to include the Service Course hosted by Tom Whalley and Hannah Troop’s Explore. You can also enjoy Life in the Peloton, which is hosted by Australian pro, Mitch Docker, and features commentary from both his teammates and rivals.
Patrick Farnsworth’s podcast focuses on the outdoors, particularly bikepacking and adventure cycling. His coverage of the US Bikepacking Summit has included guests like Sofiane Sehili and Lael Wilcox.
Matthias Dandois, a professional BMX rider, leads this podcast focused on discovering how professional action sports figures got their start. Guests on this podcast include Mike Horn, Cyril Despres, Scotty James, and Danny MacAskill.
The UK’s Look Mum No Hands and London Bike Kitchen partnered together to bring you this podcast. Focusing on creating more diversity in the cycling industry, the podcast explores the issues of gender, race, and disability.
This podcast is hosted by three long-time friends who explore all topics related to bicycles, cycling culture and bike racing, with a little humor thrown in.
Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong gives listeners an inside look into the world of competitive cycling, complete with course previews, race analyses, and guests.
This podcast hosted by David Bernstein and Carlton Reid, features a unique roundtable format that features manufacturers, cycling media personalities, and observers discussing the latest in cycling news.
This podcast focuses on modern gravel cycling, including the products, people, and places in the field. You will learn about the best bikes for the sport, along with the best places to ride.
This daily podcast will appeal to cyclists of all skill levels, with the intent to share the joy and beauty of cycling with everyone who listens.