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Welcome to episode six of The Bike Lane’s third season. Matt Keenan is back in the hotseat after a week off but struggling with the humiliation of his Movember mo.
This week we’re excited to have a packed episode with some special guests. We begin by talking about Gerry Ryan becoming the new Cycling Australia president; we talk to Richie Porte; we catch up with 2012 World Championship silver medalist Rachel Neylan who is without a contract; One of Australia’s best ever middle-distance runners Craig Mottram (who has a VO2max of 91!) has a crack at the Hot Lap; in our Healthy Living Tips we talk about weight loss strategies for cyclists; and finally for “What’s on Your Mind” we discuss bunch riding etiquette.
In this episode we:
- Discuss the appointment of Gerry Ryan as President and Adrian Anderson as interim CEO of Cycling Australia
- Put your questions to Richie Porte
- Chat to 2012 World Championship road race silver medallist Rachel Neylan about her rollercoaster of a season and what’s next for her
- Learn some strategies for shedding those few extra kilos with Alan McCubbin, President of Sports Dietitians Australia, for the Health.com.au Healthy Living Tips
- Talk about the etiquette of the bunch ride (for further reading, check out this piece: The Lost Art of the Group Ride)
- Head to Yarra Boulevard to see how Australian middle distance runner Craig Mottram (who has a VO2max of 91!) goes at The Hot Lap
- Remind that you can help us raise money for men’s health through our Movember efforts (see link below to donate).
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Special thanks to our season sponsor Health.com.au, Country Road for dressing us and to Malachi Moxon for letting us film the show at Northside Wheelers. Also, thank you to The Sweetshop, our production partner.
If you’d like to support the panel’s Movember efforts, you can donate to the CyclingTips Movember network here.