English, Sports, 1 seasons, 126 episodes, 4 days 31 minutes
Breakfast With Boz Presented by Wahoo
English, Sports, 1 seasons, 126 episodes, 4 days 31 minutes
Breakfast with Boz is hosted by Ian Boswell, former cycling Word Tour racer and now converted gravel racer. Breakfast with Boz brings you interviews with inspiring athletes and news from inside the race. It may not always be breakfast during the podcast but it will always be entertaining.
Riding in Mexico
While Mexico is known for its vibrant culture and tasty food, its not often thought of as a cycling destination. Ian goes south of the border to explore the riding scene and chat with newfound friends along the way.
29/11/2023 • 43 minutes 39 seconds
Jim Walmsley is a professional ultra trail runner and the first American male to win the Ultra Trail du Mont Blanc.
08/11/2023 • 54 minutes 19 seconds
Alexey Vermeulen is a professional gravel cyclist and one of the founding members of the From the Ground Up organization.
25/10/2023 • 56 minutes 15 seconds
Lucy Charles-Barclay and Reece Barclay
Lucy Charles-Barclay is a British professional triathlete with some impressive achievements under her belt, including IRONMAN 70.3 World Champion and four-time runner-up at the IRONMAN World Championship. She is joined by her husband Reece, a former pro triathlete, who has temporarily put his racing career on hold to support Lucy in her quest to conquer Kona.
09/10/2023 • 39 minutes 37 seconds
Dennis Connors is a stay-at-home Dad, combat veteran, traumatic brain injury (TBI) and stroke survivor, para-athlete, super Husband, and amateur chef who loves coffee and modern cuisine.
27/09/2023 • 44 minutes 54 seconds
Paula Findlay and Eric Lagerstrom
Eric Lagerstrom and Paula Findlay are a dynamic duo, both accomplished professional triathletes, who consistently bring their competitive spirit to life on their social media platforms while sharing their valuable experiences with their audience.
13/09/2023 • 53 minutes 44 seconds
Valtteri Bottas, a renowned Formula 1 driver, has been incorporating cycling into his training regimen for quite some time. Most recently, he has embraced gravel racing and started his own event in Lahti, Finland.
30/08/2023 • 39 minutes 52 seconds
Tom Whalley, producer of Breakfast with Boz, takes over the mic this week and covers the first Super Worlds in Scotland
16/08/2023 • 55 minutes 19 seconds
Tour de France Femmes Diaries
Go inside the Tour de France Femmes with audio diaries from Alice Barnes of Human Powered Health, Babette van der Wolf of Lifeplus Wahoo, and Magdeleine Valliers of EF Education-Tibco-SVB.
02/08/2023 • 59 minutes 49 seconds
Veronica Ewers is an American professional rider for the EF Education-Tibco-SVB. In the span of three years, she has gone from learning to clip into road pedals to a top ten overall at the 2022 Tour de France Femmes.
26/07/2023 • 43 minutes 55 seconds
Boz On Tour 2023
A collage of voices from Ian's week at the 2023 Tour De France.
19/07/2023 • 50 minutes 31 seconds
Magnus Cort is a Danish professional cyclist for EF Education-EasyPost and among an elite group of riders that has won a stage of every Grand Tour.
05/07/2023 • 39 minutes 19 seconds
A wide angle view of the 2023 Unbound gravel weekend!
28/06/2023 • 1 hour 3 minutes 50 seconds
Fathers Day with Pete Stetina and Kiel Reijnen
A Fathers Day episode with Pete Stetina and Kiel Reijnen, talking about the balance of fatherhood and sport.
14/06/2023 • 42 minutes 13 seconds
The Evolving Landscape of US Cycling with Chad Sperry
Chad Sperry is a cycling event promotor who has been putting on some of the biggest races in the US for the last two decades.
31/05/2023 • 52 minutes 21 seconds
Mother & Ironman World Champion Chelsea Sodaro
Chelsea Sodaro is a mother and the winner of the Ironman World Championships in Kona.
14/05/2023 • 41 minutes 58 seconds
Alison Jackson is a Canadian professional cyclist. She is a former national champion and the winner of the 2023 Paris-Roubaix Femmes.
03/05/2023 • 47 minutes 18 seconds
David Millar is a retired professional cyclist who won stages in all three Grand Tours. In this episode David shares his journey through retirement, his rediscovery and love for riding and his take on the pro peloton today.
19/04/2023 • 51 minutes 58 seconds
Inside Cape Epic Part 2
Follow Mitch Docker and Ian Boswell as they take on the 8 days of Cape Epic. In this episode you will hear stage 5 to the finish in Val de Vie. Be sure to listen to Part 1 before listening to this episode.
05/04/2023 • 39 minutes 48 seconds
Inside Cape Epic Part 1
Follow Mitch Docker and Ian Boswell as they take on the 8 days of Cape Epic. In this episode you will hear audio from before the race up until stage 4. Stages 5-7 will be in part two.
05/04/2023 • 44 minutes 47 seconds
The Storytellers of Cycling: Linda Guerette
This is the fourth episode in a series of episodes recorded by Dominique Powers about the storytellers of cycling. Linda Guerette is the guest in this episode, who is a professional cycling photographer.
29/03/2023 • 33 minutes 6 seconds
The Storytellers of Cycling: Jojo Harper
This is the third episode in a series of episodes recorded by Dominique Powers about the storytellers of cycling. Jojo Harper is the guest in this episode, who is a professional cycling photographer.
22/03/2023 • 41 minutes 29 seconds
The Storytellers of Cycling: Betsy Welch
This is the second episode in a series of episodes recorded by Dominique Powers about the storytellers of cycling. Betsy Welch is the guest in this episode, who is a journalist for Outside.
15/03/2023 • 35 minutes 17 seconds
Team Amani Legacy and Action
Fursa Part Two: https://youtu.be/nqCzrjNvDYI
10/03/2023 • 54 minutes 35 seconds
The Storytellers of Cycling: Orla Chennaoui
This is the first episode in a series of episodes recorded by Dominique Powers about the storytellers of cycling. Orla Chennaoui is the guest in this episode, who is a cycling commentator for GCN and Eurosport.
07/03/2023 • 46 minutes 49 seconds
An Intro to Cape Epic
With Cape Epic less than a month away, let's learn a bit more about the event and what to expect from former winners Annika Langvad, Matt Beers and Haley Batten.
22/02/2023 • 44 minutes 23 seconds
Sam Long joins to share about his finding from a day of testing at Wahoo Sports Science.
08/02/2023 • 45 minutes 15 seconds
Grassroots Gravel and Grits
Let's take a step away from mainstream gravel and explore the genuine power of community and what brings people together on bikes, as humans.
25/01/2023 • 47 minutes 31 seconds
Jim Walmsley is a professional ultra trail runner and Wahoo athlete. In this conversation, Jim shares his 2022 attempt at winning the UTMB, his move to France and his winter training plans and routines.
11/01/2023 • 1 hour 4 minutes 5 seconds
Unbound Gravel Update
Breaking news from Kristi Mohn and Kimo Seymour of Unbound Gravel and The LifeTime Grand Prix reveal new updates that will be implemented in 2023 at the Unbound Gravel 200.
03/01/2023 • 46 minutes 23 seconds
A Year in Review 2022
Let's look back on 2022. We had some highs, a couple lows and a handful of podcast episodes that really embodied endurance sports over the past 12 months.
28/12/2022 • 52 minutes 42 seconds
The Future of Gravel: Marshall Opel
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14/12/2022 • 57 minutes 31 seconds
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30/11/2022 • 48 minutes 57 seconds
Ted King sits down to talk about the changing and evolving world of gravel racing and gravel events.
16/11/2022 • 57 minutes 54 seconds
Fabian Serralta the gravel event promotor of Gravel Locos.
02/11/2022 • 1 hour 47 seconds
Professional triathlete Heather Jackson shares her experience of a long awaited return to Ironman Hawaii in Kona, and what is next in her sporting career.
19/10/2022 • 41 minutes
A short episode and quick update as Breakfast with Boz gets rolling again.
12/10/2022 • 4 minutes 25 seconds
Adventure for All
Adventure for All is expanding opportunities and inspiring purpose in individuals with exceptionalities.
17/08/2022 • 36 minutes 56 seconds
Tour de France Femmes
Professional cyclists Lily Williams (Human Powered Health) and Marjolein Van 'T Geloof (Le Col Wahoo), share their audio diaries from the 2022 Tour de France Femmes.
03/08/2022 • 49 minutes 25 seconds
Breakfast with Boz On Tour
Ian returns to the 2022 Tour de France as a journalist with the Cycling Podcast and shares his experience there.
20/07/2022 • 1 hour 16 minutes 49 seconds
Ian and Marshall Opel reminisce on their shared experience at the 2018 Tour de France and talk about their excitement for this years race.
06/07/2022 • 42 minutes 45 seconds
Gravel Event Tips and Tricks
After two years of attending gravel events, Ian sits down to share what he has learned. We hope these tips and tricks help you have a better ride!
29/06/2022 • 48 minutes 12 seconds
Listen to two unique tales showcasing the diversity of riders that gather in Emporia, Kansas for the world's largest gravel race.
15/06/2022 • 49 minutes 6 seconds
Laurens Ten Dam
Laurens Ten Dam is a Dutch retired professional road cyclist who is now racing gravel while running his own cycling clothing brand and podcast. Live Slow Ride Fast.
01/06/2022 • 43 minutes 36 seconds
Lauren De Crescenzo
Lauren de Crescenzo, the winner of the 2021 Unbound 200, joins to talk about gravel racing, traumatic brain injury, and her future goals.
18/05/2022 • 53 minutes 19 seconds
Sea Otter in Real Life
A day in the life and a walk around the Sea Otter Classic, connecting with everyone from Tom Boonen to Moriah Wilson.
04/05/2022 • 45 minutes 55 seconds
As gravel racing becomes more competitive, it was only a matter of time before aerodynamics became a topic of investigation.
20/04/2022 • 40 minutes 25 seconds
Women of the Cycling Industry
This week we hear from women across the cycling industry. Hear about the experiences that led them to the industry, where it is now, and where it is going.
06/04/2022 • 1 hour 1 minute 7 seconds
Women of Ruta del Jefe
In this special episode, Ian hands off the mic to Lael Wilcox, who shares stories and laughs from the women of Ruta del Jefe 2022.
23/03/2022 • 51 minutes 14 seconds
Sport Psychology with Julie Emmerman
Julie Emmerman is a sport psychologist and elite road cyclist living in Boulder, Colorado.
09/03/2022 • 43 minutes 48 seconds
Floyd's of Leadville Racing
Floyd's of Leadville Racing is a new multi-surface race team including riders across several generations.
23/02/2022 • 53 minutes 37 seconds
Geoff Kabush is a Canadian professional cyclist and former Olympian.
09/02/2022 • 49 minutes 2 seconds
Sam Long is an American professional long-distance triathlete who has quickly become one of the best in the world.
26/01/2022 • 42 minutes 35 seconds
Breakfast with Boz in 2022
A quick update to share what Breakfast with Boz will look like in 2022.
12/01/2022 • 9 minutes 10 seconds
2021 Wrap Up
In the final episode of 2021, Ian catches up with Amity Rockwell, Sarah Sturm, Pete Stetina and Colin Strickland to reflect and look ahead.
29/12/2021 • 1 hour 1 minute 30 seconds
Rab Wardell is a Scottish mountain bike rider who features in a new Wahoo film series titled "Old Enough to Know Better".
15/12/2021 • 44 minutes 23 seconds
The Long Traverse
The Long Traverse connects more than just points A to B. It connects, nature, landscapes, history, and time with our footprint as humans.
01/12/2021 • 36 minutes 15 seconds
Haley Batten is a professional American cross-country mountain bike rider who represented the USA at the 2021 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
17/11/2021 • 33 minutes 50 seconds
Ben True is a professional runner and the current holder of the American 5k road record. Ben is now making a transition to the marathon.
27/10/2021 • 34 minutes
Moriah Wilson and Yuri Hauswald
Moriah Wilson and Yuri Hauswald join from the Sea Otter Classic to talk about the 2021 season and the future of Gravel.
After a week to recover and reflect on all that the Unbound Gravel win means Ian catches up with fellow Unbound winner Ted King. They talk about how the race unfolded and how Ian was able to take the big win.
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16/06/2021 • 50 minutes 15 seconds
Unbound Gravel Vol. 1
A quick update while Ian gets settled following a successful race at the Unbound Gravel 200.
09/06/2021 • 3 minutes 49 seconds
26/05/2021 • 59 minutes 54 seconds
Flashpoint MOVMNT is a collective of four riders with a mission of making cycling more inclusive and diverse. Hear from two of the athletes Andrew Jackson and Amanda Schaper.
12/05/2021 • 48 minutes 24 seconds
Ellen Noble shares the struggle of overcoming an autoimmune disease and her path back to the racecourse.
28/04/2021 • 40 minutes 24 seconds
Frontiers Lost Coast
Pete Stetina and Colin Strickland join to talk about the new age gravel training camp and the new Wahoo Frontiers film Lost Coast.
14/04/2021 • 49 minutes 40 seconds
Bike Fit with Phil Burt
World-renowned bike fitter Phil Burt joins to talk about the importance of bike fit. Regardless of what type of rider you are or what level of racing or events you are participating in, a good bike fit can make all the difference when it comes to speed, comfort, and injury prevention.
31/03/2021 • 58 minutes 17 seconds
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17/03/2021 • 42 minutes 47 seconds
Concussion in Cycling
Crashes happen, and unfortunately, concussions can happen, too. How can we improve the culture and awareness around concussions in cycling, and how should riders safely return to riding following a concussion?
03/03/2021 • 1 hour 21 minutes 58 seconds
Missing a Workout
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17/02/2021 • 40 minutes 46 seconds
Jim Miller of USA Cycling joins to talk about the current state of cycling in America. Jim is the head of Elite Athletics at USA Cycling and has coached numerous riders to world champion stripes and Olympic gold medals.
03/02/2021 • 29 minutes 53 seconds
Phil Gaimon joins to share how he stays motivated, discuss his Everesting World Record attempt, and describe how he is carving the path of the "new professional cyclist."
27/01/2021 • 45 minutes 16 seconds
Routines and consistency
Routines and consistency are crucial to being a successful athlete. Neal Henderson, Lawson Craddock, and Larry Warbasse share the importance of daily routines and consistency in their training and lives.
20/01/2021 • 48 minutes 13 seconds
Chris Burkard - The Long Way Around
Link to the premiere of The Long Way Around
13/01/2021 • 30 minutes 50 seconds
Aging in Sport
Get started on your training plan today. 14 day free trial of the Sufferfest here.
06/01/2021 • 37 minutes 38 seconds
Your 2021 Goals
This week we hear from you, the listener, about your 2021 goals and ambitions. Thank you to everyone who contributed to this episode. Have a wonderful 2021 season!
30/12/2020 • 48 minutes 30 seconds
Colin Strickland Frontiers
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23/12/2020 • 35 minutes 10 seconds
Holiday Health and Nutrition
Recipe courtesy of Chris CosentinoRoasted Brussels Sprouts & Black garlic Bagna CaudaLet’s be honest a lot of the experiences of Brussels Sprouts have been lackluster at best. This one takes this not so loved vegetable and turns it into the star of the show.Serving size 4-61 Brussels Sprout Stalk2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oilKosher SaltBlack pepper, fresh groundAleppo chiliFor dipping: Black Garlic Bagna Cauda (see recipe below)Bring a tall pot of salted water to boil, while waiting for the pot of water to boil remove any ugly leaves or empty stems still attached to the stalk. Pre heat the oven to 500 Degree’s, once the water is boiling stick the bottom end of the stalk in and let blanch for 5 minutes, be sure to turn it as some of the sprouts will be just above the water. Repeat this same process for the top half of the stalk be sure
16/12/2020 • 44 minutes 32 seconds
West Highland Way
You can find the West Highland Way film HERE.HERE is the link to share your 2021 goals and ambitions to be featured on Breakfast with Boz
09/12/2020 • 33 minutes 21 seconds
The Return of Gravel
Find the 2021 goals and ambitions survey here!
02/12/2020 • 45 minutes 13 seconds
Share your 2021 goals and ambition with Ian, and be a guest for the end-of-year episode of Breakfast with Boz served by Wahoo. Share HERE
25/11/2020 • 59 minutes 24 seconds
Rory Sutherland "My Last Race"
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18/11/2020 • 38 minutes 25 seconds
Outside In Transitions
In this week's episode, we catch up with the coaches at Wahoo Sports Science about heading into winter and what training should look like as we make this seasonal transition. Start your winter training off on the right foot with this useful training insight.
11/11/2020 • 35 minutes 18 seconds
Sarah Sturm: Athlete Mentor
Sarah Sturm is much more than just a bike racer, she is a mentor, a coach, and a steward of the sport. This week I catch up with Sarah to talk about the new Frontiers film and the importance of riding your bike with passion and sharing that experience with others.
04/11/2020 • 30 minutes 20 seconds
Your Spooky Stories
Halloween is right around the corner, so this week we hear from friends and listeners of Breakfast with Boz, about their Spooky endurance stories. Thank you to everyone who submitted their story.
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28/10/2020 • 25 minutes 6 seconds
Real Life 4DP: Understanding Power and Using it to Train
As temperatures begin to drop and the days get shorter, trainer season is quickly approaching. Before you begin your winter training it's time to assess your fitness and set a baseline. This week I will be running my neighbor and young prodigy Francesca through her first-ever physiological test with The Sufferfest's Full Frontal 4DP test. The guinea pig, my 17-year-old neighbor Francesca.
21/10/2020 • 36 minutes 10 seconds
Bikepacking for Conservation: Lael Wilcox
This week Lael Wilcox joins us on Breakfast with Boz to share her experience of bikepacking a newly created route with Bikepacking.com and Conservation International. Ruta Chingaza is a 420km bike route around the Paramos of Colombia which provides 70% of the fresh drinking water for Bogota Colombia. Be sure to also check out the Ruta Chingaza film that coincides with this podcast on Wahoo's YouTube channel.
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14/10/2020 • 32 minutes 41 seconds
Life After Racing: Marcel Kittel and Peter Kennaugh
Professional athletes are some of the most dedicated and focused individuals out there. They dream, sacrifice, and work towards continual improvement in both body and mind. At some point, the career of every athlete comes to an end. How do they make that choice, is that choice made for them and what values do they take away from a career and quest of seeking perfection. This week we hear from Marcel Kittel and Peter Kennaugh on how they came to the decision to stop their careers and how they are adapting to life after racing.
07/10/2020 • 48 minutes 46 seconds
The Growth of Women's Cycling
While the Tour de France was taking place earlier this month, the most prestigious women's stage race, The Giro Rosa, was happening in Italy. The race was not televised and did not receive the attention it deserved, so this week we catch up with Lizzy Banks and Lisa Brennauer to talk about the race, but more importantly the growth of women's cycling.
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30/09/2020 • 45 minutes 54 seconds
Tour Diary - Conner Swift
In this episode, we go inside the Tour with rider Conner Swift from Arkea Samsic. This is his first world tour season, first grand tour, and first TdF. Let's check in with Conner and see how he got on.
23/09/2020 • 1 hour 5 minutes 5 seconds
The Final Week - The Tour de France
In this episode of Breakfast with Boz we connect with riders at the Tour de France to hear about how their race is going. Sep Kuss is riding his first Tour this year in support of the Yellow jersey wearer Primoz Roglich while Connor Swift is riding his first grand tour in support of Nairo Quintana. Hear from the rookies and the veterans on this episode.
We also welcome 14 time Tour de France stage winner, Marcel Kittel, to find out who he thinks is the fastest sprinter in this week's race.
Sep Kuss, Connor Swift, Tejay Van Garderen, Nico Roche, and George Bennett.
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16/09/2020 • 43 minutes 28 seconds
Tour de France - Behind the Scenes
This week we are going behind the scenes at the Tour de France, talking with former team chef Hannah Grant and current team Ineos Grenadier carer Ben Jenkins to learn more about the staff that keeps the riders fuelled and recovered at the big one.
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09/09/2020 • 42 minutes 37 seconds
Tour de France - The Veteran and The Rookie
As we get into the Tour de France this year the normal lead up has been anything but normal. In this episode, we hear from two perspectives "the Tour rookie" and "the Tour Veteran." Hear from 2020 starters Michael Schar and Steff Cras.
02/09/2020 • 30 minutes 35 seconds
Sarah True: New Frontiers
The transition away from professional sport is never easy. Setting new goals and looking for new frontiers is part of the transition process. This week, Sarah True shares what she still aims to accomplish in sport and what her frontier looks like.
Be sure to also check out the new Wahoo Frontiers film with Sarah True on Wahoo's Youtube channel.
26/08/2020 • 30 minutes 6 seconds
Kathy Pruitt: From Downhill to Gravel Racing
There in no better time than now to find your new frontier. This week Kathy Pruitt takes us on her journey from junior downhill world champion, to single speed national champion and now finding her new love for gravel and adventure racing. It is never too late to start something new.
19/08/2020 • 41 minutes 49 seconds
Back to the Races
After an unprecedented pause to the professional road cycling season, racing in Europe is back! There are so many questions still surrounding this uncertain time. We try and answer some of those questions and hear from a few of the riders who are at the races dealing with the unpredictability firsthand.
12/08/2020 • 53 minutes 38 seconds
This week we are joined by Ansel Dickey and Nick Keating of Vermont Social. We talk setting up their business, filming gravel events, creating content during Covid, and where content is going in the future.
05/08/2020 • 41 minutes 21 seconds
Why We Ride With Joe Cruz
We all love to ride, yet why do we push, challenge, and test ourselves both physically and mentally? This week I dive into those questions and try to get some answers. I am joined by bike packing legend and philosophy professor Joe Cruz and a fellow bike packer Karen Yung. Join us as we go down the wormhole of understanding WHY.
29/07/2020 • 52 minutes 21 seconds
The Virtual Tour de France
For the first time, the Tour de France is virtual. Six races over 3 weekends and another first there is both a men's and women's race! Catch up on how professional riders are finding indoor racing.
22/07/2020 • 50 minutes 45 seconds
Tour de France - Wahooligans on Tour
What are the true standout moments from the Tour de France in the eyes of the fans that watch it? With a wealth of knowledge and passion for cyclist Wahoo employees from around the world share their favorite memories of watching the Tour or being on site and seeing the event first hand.
15/07/2020 • 53 minutes 12 seconds
Tour de France - The Value of the Tour
Richard Moore is a cycling journalist who has been covering the Tour de France for 13 years. His insights and knowledge of the sport are widely respected in the cycling world. Following Richard, Alex Merckx, who needs no introduction shares his early memories of the Tour, how he viewed the importance of a race as a rider and how he sees the Tour today as a director of his development team.
08/07/2020 • 44 minutes 43 seconds
Tour de France - Vive le Tour
Every July, eyes from around the world turn towards France, to watch one of the worlds biggest and most inspiring sporting events, Le Tour de France. For the first time since 1947, the Tour will not take place this July, so Breakfast with Boz will be sharing stories of how the Tour has and still does inspire so many of us to get on our bike and ride. Vive le Tour!!
01/07/2020 • 47 minutes 52 seconds
It's Father's Day! Happy Father's Day to all the Dads out there. This week we hear from Ian's father Grant Boswell before diving into a longer conversation with Jack and Brian Thompson on the relationship they have fostered through cycling and a passion for sharing adventures together.
20/06/2020 • 42 minutes 8 seconds
Tour of the Future - Part 2
If you enjoyed part one of the 2010 Tour de L'Avenir, you are not going to want to miss part two. To finish off the dream team, Ian speaks with Australian director Pat Jonker, climbing domestique Chris Butler and team leader Andrew Talansky.
17/06/2020 • 1 hour 11 minutes 28 seconds
Tour of the Future - Part 1
The Tour de l'Avenir (Tour of the Future) is the Tour de France for under 23 riders and riders who aspire to make it to the professional ranks. This week we relive the 2010 dream team that was the USA national team. This is part one of a two-part series.
10/06/2020 • 1 hour 3 minutes 22 seconds
Dirty Kanza with Colin Strickland and Amity Rockwell
Dirty Kanza is the crown jewel of gravel. In this episode, we are joined by the 2019 winners Amity Rockwell, Colin Strickland, and my good friend Marshall Opel. The event has been postponed from the original May 30th date, yet the excitement and legend of the event live on.
03/06/2020 • 59 minutes 31 seconds
The South Downs Way
Last summer 4 friends took on the South Downs Way - an ancient 100-mile ridgeline that spans the southeast coast of England. Starting in Winchester and finishing in East Bourne the historic chalk path has over 3500m of climbing and not a car in sight, just rolling steep hills as far as the eye can see.
The South Downs was the training ground of UK cycling legend Sean Yates, the third UK rider to wear the Yellow Jersey. Now his son Liam Yates carries on the tradition, joined by mates Neil Philips, Sophie Edmondson, and Anna Mcleod.
In these strange times of isolation, this short film is a reminder to all of the simple joys of cycling with friends. A joy that for the time being must remain a memory. Please do not travel to the South Downs during this period of lockdown, it is a beautiful ancient land and it isn't going anywhere.
27/05/2020 • 37 minutes 56 seconds
Yuri Hauswald - Gandalf of Gravel
Known as the Gandalf of Gravel, Yuri Hauswald is a legend of the cycling community. From mountain bike racing in the mid 90's to winning Dirty Kanza in 2015, Yuri is a rider we can all learn something from. Hear from Yuri on this week's episode of Breakfast with Boz served by Wahoo.
20/05/2020 • 49 minutes 7 seconds
TT Masters - Rohan Dennis and Alex Dowsett
On this week's episode of Breakfast with Boz, we hear from Rohan Dennis and Alex Dowsett on how they have mastered the race against the clock and learn how the discipline has changed over the years. Did you know Ian has beat both of them in a TT before? Tune in to hear how he beat the world's best.
13/05/2020 • 1 hour 2 minutes 8 seconds
Lizzie Deignan and Sonya Looney on Motherhood and Sport
It is Mother's Day, don't forget it. This week Ian speaks with two world champion cyclist and more importantly, world champion mothers; Sonya Looney and Lizzie Deignan. Hear how these two inspiring women balance their lives of sport and motherhood.
06/05/2020 • 37 minutes 2 seconds
Lionel Sanders and Sarah Crowley: Looking Forward
Sarah Crowley and Lionel Sanders join Ian in another edition of Breakfast with Boz. In this episode, we talk triathlon, training during this uncertain time, and eSports racing. Swim, bike, and run into this episode of Breakfast with Boz.
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29/04/2020 • 42 minutes 49 seconds
Heather Jackson and Cam Wurf, Ironman and Beyond
22/04/2020 • 57 minutes 29 seconds
Classics Edition with Fabian Cancellara
In this episode of Breakfast with Boz we catch up with classics legend Fabian Cancellara and Belgian rider Oliver Naesen. The Classics have long been a fan and rider favorite each spring with events like Paris Roubaix and Flanders. Fabian shares what he is doing now and reflects on some of his most fond memories of racing. Oliver discusses the impact of Covid19 in Belgium and his Classics goals.
15/04/2020 • 51 minutes 16 seconds
Detours with Sarah Sturm
"You have to have grit and mental toughness because it is so brutal out there."
Sarah Sturm has been paving her own way since childhood. She entered the sport of cycling while in college in Durango, Colorado. Cycling was her anchor in college, providing her a community that was missing since her move from home in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
In this episode, we chat with Sarah about community, mental health and no longer being a dark horse on the start line. Sarah has always focused on her mental health and made career decisions that have made her happy and healthy.
Tune in next week for our Classics episode. We catch up with legend Fabian Cancellara and relive some of his fondest Classics memories.
07/04/2020 • 59 minutes 9 seconds
Detours with Coach Neal Henderson
In this episode, Ian connects with Wahoo Sports Science coach Neal Henderson to discuss training indoors during these times. With the shift to indoors for most athletes and society as a whole we wanted to provide athletes some tools to stay healthy, fit and happy. Neal is a legendary coach who has worked with athletes at all levels of endurance sport and currently manages the newly launched Sports Science division at Wahoo.
Ian then chats with the Ultra Cyclist himself, Mr. Jack Thompson who is currently on lockdown in Girona, Spain. Jack discusses reevaluating goals, setting new ones and managing what you can manage. He is encouraging to listen to and will gives a unique perspective.
31/03/2020 • 42 minutes 27 seconds
With the Covid19 pandemic being front and center in most people's lives right now we wanted to speak to the larger cycling community about the impact this global crisis is having. In this episode, Ian catches up with world tour riders Larry Warbasse and Tiffany Cromwell to see how they are handling things in Europe then speaks with Wahoo Frontiers athlete Amity Rockwell and race/ ride director Heidi Myers from Rasputitsa.
While riding and racing a bike is currently not nearly as important as the life-saving measures that are being taken to avoid this pandemic from becoming something larger than it currently is, riding brings joy to our lives. Having joy in a time like this is good for humanity.
Please stay safe, stay healthy, stay happy.
24/03/2020 • 58 minutes 59 seconds
Pete Stetina - Ruining Gravel?
In this episode of Breakfast with Boz Ian speaks with Pete Stetina about his gravel racing plans in 2020 after winning the 2019 edition of Belgian Waffle Ride. Ian also gives us an update on world tour racing, or the lack of racing and how the Covid 19 pandemic is affecting racing around the world.
19/03/2020 • 48 minutes 39 seconds
Bonus Episode - Ian Boswell
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03/03/2020 • 11 minutes 15 seconds
King of Gravel - Ted King
In this, the first episode of the new Breakfast with Boz podcast Ian chats with fellow Vermonter Ted King. Ian and Ted discuss world tour racing, gravel races and equipment, and Rooted Vermont.