S9 Ep15: Service Course | Cycling in cyberspace

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S9 Ep15: Service Course | Cycling in cyberspace

The Cycling Podcast

In this episode of Service Course, Lizzy Banks and Tom Whalley take a deep dive into the world of online cycling, something that we've all become even more accustomed to over the last 12 months thanks to a global pandemic. Tom speaks to Zwift's lead game designer Wes Salmon, Hustle City creator Marcus Cheek, cyclist and CEO of Die Gute Fabrik Hannah Nicklin, Mike Rose from No More Robots, and Stuart Ruecroft. If you played Milk Race on your Spectrum or Commodore 64 in the 1980s then you'll have seen some of Stuart's work. In the episode Tom asks how platforms such as Zwift have been so successful in combining the language of cycling with that of video games. Tom also peaks into the future to see what new platforms are emerging, platforms such as SOL cycling and Hustle City, and looks at how they are going to utilise your smart turbo trainer to create new ways to enjoy online cycling. Plus Lizzy takes a look at a sub-5kg disc-brake bike build. Service Course by The Cycling Podcast is supported by Science in Sport. For 25% off all your Science in Sport products go to scienceinsport.com and enter the code SISCP25 at the checkout.  This episode is sponsored by Babbel, the language learning app. With Babbel you can choose from 14 different languages, including, Spanish, French, Italian, and German. Babbel is offering our listeners six months free with a purchase of a six month subscription. Go to Babbel.co.uk/play and enter the code CYCLE
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In this episode of Service Course, Lizzy Banks and Tom Whalley take a deep dive into the world of online cycling, something that we've all become even more accustomed to over the last 12 months thanks to a global pandemic. Tom speaks to Zwift's lead game designer Wes Salmon, Hustle City creator Marcus Cheek, cyclist and CEO of Die Gute Fabrik Hannah Nicklin, Mike Rose from No More Robots, and Stuart Ruecroft. If you played Milk Race on your Spectrum or Commodore 64 in the 1980s then you'll have seen some of Stuart's work. In the episode Tom asks how platforms such as Zwift have been so successful in combining the language of cycling with that of video games. Tom also peaks into the future to see what new platforms are emerging, platforms such as SOL cycling and Hustle City, and looks at how they are going to utilise your smart turbo trainer to create new ways to enjoy online cycling. Plus Lizzy takes a look at a sub-5kg disc-brake bike build. Service Course by The Cycling Podcast is supported by Science in Sport. For 25% off all your Science in Sport products go to scienceinsport.com and enter the code SISCP25 at the checkout.  This episode is sponsored by Babbel, the language learning app. With Babbel you can choose from 14 different languages, including, Spanish, French, Italian, and German. Babbel is offering our listeners six months free with a purchase of a six month subscription. Go to Babbel.co.uk/play and enter the code CYCLE
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