Alan Colville

Alan Colville is an entrepreneur, product and service designer, husband, father and Guinness World Record holding cyclist.

In this inspiring interview Al talks about the path that lead to his successful 2020 Guinness World Record for the most elevation climbed on a bicycle in 48 hours.

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Adam Hansen

In this interview with entrepreneur & former professional cyclist Adam Hansen we discuss post sporting career transitions.

In the interview Adam explains why retirement can be much less difficult when it is planned as a process rather than an event.

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Simon Gerrans

Simon Gerrans is an entrepreneur and Australian former professional road cyclist. In this interview he talks about what it takes to be a champion, the ingredients for a winning team culture, and the shift to a life beyond the professional peloton.

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Maeve Plouffe

In this interview Allan Davis speaks with Maeve Plouffe, one of the emerging talents of Australian women’s cycling. They talk about Plouffe’s rapid rise in the sport, the challenges of juggling studies and elite level sport, and her Olympic preparations.

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Bill Gordin

In this interview we speak with Bill Gordin. A Masters World Champion on the Track, Bill also has a bunch of National Championship titles to his name.

In addition to his achievements on the bike, Bill has had an incredibly successful business career. He was founder of one of Australia’s largest bicycle retailers, Bike Force.

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Scott Sunderland

Scott Sunderland is Race Director of the Flanders Classics, Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race, and Ride London Classic & Classique. In this interview he talks about his experience as a pro rider, what he learned in making the transition to a team management role, and his subsequent shift to orchestrating major international cycling events.

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Sam Bewley

In this interview we speak with Sam Bewley, one of the most fun loving guys in the pro peloton. We talk with Sam about his youth, his path in turning professional, and his evolution towards becoming an elder statesman in his Bianchi-Bike Exchange Team.

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Alexandra & Darryl Impey

Alexandra & Daryl Impey are from South Africa and currently live in Gerona Spain with their three young children. In this interview they talk openly about raising a young family far from home in the context of Daryl’s demanding and travel-packed career in professional cycling.

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Cory Greenberg

Cory Greenberg is an American professional cyclist, who at age 22 was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis a form of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD). After his dreams of becoming a professional cyclist were temporarily taken away due to his condition, he fought back and after a long road, he reached his goal.

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Svein Tuft

In this interview Canadian former pro cyclist Svein Tuft talks about life after pro cycling, and why he thinks so many cyclists struggle with the transition. He shares his own experience, and reflects upon what teams might do differently to better prepare their riders.

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