Cycling

A Plethora Of Podcasts

Podcasts are on my mind. If you read the previous post you would have noted that I included a snippet from the next episode of The Cycling Europe Podcast that will be returning in early June. The topic of that podcast will be the purchase of a new touring bike and I have now edited the full interview with Alee Denham who is currently in Colombia en route to Alaska. I’m hoping to interview someone from Koga and will be taking my microphone to the Cycle Touring Festival later in May to record a few thoughts. It might be you… Watch this space.

I’m interested in knowing if there are any other British cycle touring podcasts out there that have been updated in the last 12 months. The only ones I can find are these two:

Are you aware of any others? Please let me know what you have found.

In other podcast news, you may be interested in listening to the new episode of the Life in Norway Podcast. It features an interview with a certain Andrew P. Sykes who reflects upon his experiences of cycling through Norway in 2015 towards the end of his epic cycle from Tarifa, the southernmost point of Europe to Nordkapp, the northernmost point of Europe. Ever heard of him? He wrote a book about his two-wheeled adventure: Spain to Norway on a Bike Called Reggie.

And finally, should you be interested in a third, non-cycling podcast, have a listen to Seat B1: The Halifax Arts Podcast. It’s a project I have been working upon recently with colleagues at Square Chapel Arts Centre here in Yorkshire. This month it’s all about the Up North Film & TV Festival… Thoughts welcome.

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