S8 Ep43: The Cycling Podcast Féminin | May 2020

The Cycling Podcast

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S8 Ep43: The Cycling Podcast Féminin | May 2020

The Cycling Podcast

The May episode of The Cycling Podcast Féminin is an in-depth look at the career of the world’s top female cyclist, Annemiek van Vleuten. We hear from Van Vleuten herself, her longtime coach Louis Delahaije, her Mitchelton-Scott teammate Lucy Kennedy and one of her rivals, Lizzy Banks of Bigla-Katusha. Van Vleuten is well known for her commitment to training and long hours in the saddle, but she tells Orla Chennaoui that she doesn’t consider this a sacrifice since she enjoys it so much.  Orla, Rose Manley and Richard Moore also discuss Van Vleuten’s progression, from an early win at the Tour of Flanders in 2011 to her long solo ride to win the world race title in Yorkshire last year.  The Cycling Podcast Féminin is supported by iwoca and Science in Sport For 25% off all your Science in Sport products to go www.scienceinsport.com and enter the code SISCP25. This episode is sponsored by Stitch Fix, an online personal styling service for men and women, where an expert stylist picks clothes just for you based on your taste, size and price preferences, and sends them straight to your door.  Traditional clothes shopping isn’t an option for any of us at the moment, but Stitch Fix are here to help you treat yourself without needing to leave the house. Stitch Fix personal stylists (who all work safely from home) are ready to select you five surprise items to hopefully put a smile on your face when we all need it the most.   How does Stitch Fix work? It’s easy and actually really fun – you go to their website and complete a style profile about your clothing preferences, shapes, sizes and what you like to wear. Then it’s over to your stylist who’ll hand select and send to you 5 items of clothing and accessories, which you discover when they arrive at your front door along with a nice card including outfit inspiration and style tips. Try everything on, keep and pay for what you like, send back the rest. Delivery and returns are free, and includes an option free home courier pick up (particularly ideal at the moment). Stitch Fix have also extended their try-on window from one week to six weeks, so you’ve got extra time to send anything back, which, again, is pretty handy at the moment. And the best bit, you pay just £10 for your stylist’s time, which is redeemable against anything you keep. If you fancy giving yourself a treat, go to http://www.Stitchfix.co.uk/cycling
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The May episode of The Cycling Podcast Féminin is an in-depth look at the career of the world’s top female cyclist, Annemiek van Vleuten. We hear from Van Vleuten herself, her longtime coach Louis Delahaije, her Mitchelton-Scott teammate Lucy Kennedy and one of her rivals, Lizzy Banks of Bigla-Katusha. Van Vleuten is well known for her commitment to training and long hours in the saddle, but she tells Orla Chennaoui that she doesn’t consider this a sacrifice since she enjoys it so much.  Orla, Rose Manley and Richard Moore also discuss Van Vleuten’s progression, from an early win at the Tour of Flanders in 2011 to her long solo ride to win the world race title in Yorkshire last year.  The Cycling Podcast Féminin is supported by iwoca and Science in Sport For 25% off all your Science in Sport products to go www.scienceinsport.com and enter the code SISCP25. This episode is sponsored by Stitch Fix, an online personal styling service for men and women, where an expert stylist picks clothes just for you based on your taste, size and price preferences, and sends them straight to your door.  Traditional clothes shopping isn’t an option for any of us at the moment, but Stitch Fix are here to help you treat yourself without needing to leave the house. Stitch Fix personal stylists (who all work safely from home) are ready to select you five surprise items to hopefully put a smile on your face when we all need it the most.   How does Stitch Fix work? It’s easy and actually really fun – you go to their website and complete a style profile about your clothing preferences, shapes, sizes and what you like to wear. Then it’s over to your stylist who’ll hand select and send to you 5 items of clothing and accessories, which you discover when they arrive at your front door along with a nice card including outfit inspiration and style tips. Try everything on, keep and pay for what you like, send back the rest. Delivery and returns are free, and includes an option free home courier pick up (particularly ideal at the moment). Stitch Fix have also extended their try-on window from one week to six weeks, so you’ve got extra time to send anything back, which, again, is pretty handy at the moment. And the best bit, you pay just £10 for your stylist’s time, which is redeemable against anything you keep. If you fancy giving yourself a treat, go to http://www.Stitchfix.co.uk/cycling
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