Cycling podcasts are the ultimate collection of information, delivered by your favorite cycling experts. Whether you’re looking for inspiration and motivation, training information, or just pure entertainment, there’s a podcast out there to align with your goals.
If you’re in the market for a new podcast to listen to while you’re riding, or something to help you navigate a new challenge in cycling life, you’ve come to the right place! We’ve done the listening, read the reviews, and conducted our very own research to give you a list of podcasts to add to your listening line-up, right now. Keep reading for our six favorite cycling podcasts.
Best Podcasts for Training
Whether you’re new to cycling or a seasoned pro that just likes a little guidance, we’ve got a couple that will have you ready to roll… literally.
Our top picks for training tips and tricks are Ask a Coach by TrainerRoad and Zwift PowerUp Cycling Podcast. More on these two podcasts is coming right up.
Ask a Cycling Coach Podcast by TrainerRoad
Got questions? They’ve got answers! Chances are, you’re not the only one curious about that question you want to ask, and someone else has probably already asked! And you can find answers right here on this podcast, from your team of TrainerRoad experts:
- Chad Timmerman
- Amber Pierce
- Nate Pearson
- Jonathan Lee
This podcast features round-table style discussions revolving around questions submitted via actual listeners… yep, that’s right. You can send in your questions and have them answered by this very panel of experts. And bonus points for asking unique questions, those are always encouraged… and have a better chance of getting answered during the podcast!
Zwift PowerUp Cycling Podcast
Some of the biggest names in cycling come together to spill all the beans from their own experience on the way to the top of the cycling world. Coaches Matt Rowe, Greg Henderson and Kristin Armstrong share their expertise on all things training in this podcast, brought to you by none other than Zwift.
Cycling Podcasts to Keep You Entertained and Informed
Let’s be honest, there are some parts of cycling that aren’t exactly the most exciting things to discuss. But we’ve found a few favorites that’ll make even the most boring topics a little more fun and engaging.
If you’re in the market for an entertaining and informative podcast, try Dialed Podcast and Crank Revolution. These two bring some spice to the cycling world, keep reading here for more.
Dialed Podcast takes even the most mundane topics and spins them into something… extra! All listeners agree, Dialed is fantastic, even bingeworthy! And if you’re newer to the cycling world, this one is just what you need for a little boost. You’ll come to the podcast for all of the information the hosts share, but you’ll stay because it’s just that entertaining.
Crank Revolution Podcast
Shenanigans… the podcast description actually says shenanigans. How can this podcast not be a great listen? This morning-show style podcast comes to you from a small town bike shop outside of Chicago (Hoffman Estates, to be exact).
The four hosts Jeremy, Chris, Mark and Greg make even the most serious subjects a little less heavy with their back and forth banter and brilliant storytelling skills.
The Best Podcasts for Cycling Technology
Technology has infiltrated every single aspect of our lives, and cycling is no different. And trust us, you don’t want to be the last to know about some of the latest and greatest in cycling technology.
To be in the cycling technology know, we suggest Bikerumor and Service Course, brought to you by The Cycling Podcast. So why should you listen? Keep reading to find out.
Everyone loves a good behind the scenes glimpse, right? Bikerumor gives you just that, in podcast form! Your host Tyler, with a little help from his sometimes co-host Watts, takes listeners to the place where technology meets cycling, to find the answers to your how and why questions. To stay on top of cycling technology, you have to go behind the bike. And Bikerumor is just the podcast to take you there!
Service Course by The Cycling Podcast
The Cycling Podcast is a long-time staple for cycling podcast listeners. However, this isn’t news to you (if it is news to you, go ahead and add that to your listening que, too). Service Course merges the credibility of The Cycling Podcast with a more relaxed, story time feel, to make cycling technology approachable.
Join Lizzy Banks and Tom Whalley for Service Course while they take you on a journey detailing innovations from the cycling world. Different guests bring their anecdotes to the podcast, sharing their own account of how they impacted various creations.
And there you have it! Our six podcasts that you should be listening to right. now. Actually, seven if you’re not already listening to the classic The Cycling Podcast. We sifted through all kinds of content, so you didn’t have to, just to find the best podcasts for you to listen to right now. This list will have you stoked to hit the road… or the mountain. Happy riding!