Van Bikeradar: BikeRadar Podcast | Making 2022 your best year on the bike

Mix it up! Why trying something completely new is a good idea

In our second episode of this six-part series, we speak to enduro turned gravel racer Liz Greaves and our technical editor in chief Robin Weaver, who’s taken to drop-bar riding in recent years following decades of mountain bike racing and testing. 

The episode is hosted by Katherine Moore, a rider more at home on a gravel bike, now working on her mountain bike skills.

Liz explains how she conquered Gritfest, a gravel race in mid-Wales’ Cambrian Mountains, while Robin tells us how his road and gravel hobby helps him switch off from the day job while improving his mountain biking.

We’ll try to encourage you to dabble in a new discipline, and do so without burning a hole in your wallet.

What’s coming up?

Over the coming weeks, we’ve got plenty more in store, including reasons why you should join a cycling club, featuring riders from Bristol South, Gorilla Coffee Cycling and Velociposse.

Roadie, mountain biker or both, we speak to round-the-world cyclist Vedangi Kulkarni and local explorer Erwin Sikkens about how to adventure by bike, break down the training jargon with self-coached WorldTour rider Lizzy Banks and reveal how you can give your bike a little TLC this spring with mindful mechanic Vicky Balfour.

Vicky Balfour mindful mechanic in her workshop

Mindful mechanic Vicky Balfour in her workshop.
Jay Waldon

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