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BikeRadar podcast hits milestone

BikeRadar today announced that it has achieved a milestone as its podcast, The BikeRadar Podcast, has achieved more than 1,000,000 listens since its launch in 2019.

BikeRadar podcast hits milestone
The BikeRadar Podcast can be found on the BikeRadar website and all the other usual podcast services.

The BikeRadar Podcast is created by the team at BikeRadar, in collaboration with MBUK and Cycling Plus magazines, and covers the latest news, tech, interviews and insight from the world of cycling.

George Scott, editor-in-chief for BikeRadar says: “The BikeRadar Podcast has gone from strength to strength since launching in 2019. It puts our experts front and centre, providing a direct line between the BikeRadar team and our audience of passionate cyclists.

“We’ve got something for everyone, whether you’re a roadie, gravel rider, mountain biker, cycle commuter – or all four. It’s our chance to chat about all things cycling, and share the team’s passion and insight with listeners, but above all else we love putting it together.

“The podcast builds upon what we do on – providing the world’s best buying and riding advice – and also sits alongside our highly-engaged YouTube channel, ensuring we’re delivering upon the needs of our audience, regardless of where they want to read, watch or listen to our content.”

The BikeRadar Podcast covers everything from tech deep-dives and breaking news, to in-depth interviews and buyer’s guides. The regular Tech Q&A, with listener questions answered by senior road technical editor Warren Rossiter and technical editor-in-chief Robin Weaver, remains one of the podcast’s most popular formats.

Guests on 'BikeRadar Meets' – the podcast’s interview series – have included seven-time Grand Tour champion Alberto Contador, 2018 Tour de France winner and two-time Olympic gold medallist Geraint Thomas, suspension guru Chris Porter and downhill legend Tracey Moseley, alongside a host of bike designers and industry insiders, says the publisher.

The BikeRadar Podcast is released twice a week, with the regular Monday episode complemented by a run of regular series-based episodes on a Friday. It can be found on the BikeRadar website, through Acast, Apple Podcasts, Spotify and all the other usual podcast services.

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