For a variety of reasons, this may be one of the most interesting and intriguing Tour de France's in years! Watch as Steve Fleck hosts a daily 30 minute talk-show each day of the Tour, reviewing the racing of the day and previewing the following day's stage.
In today's episode, Steve reviews Stage 2 of the Tour de France with FloBikes Commentator, Randy Ferguson. Randy is also the official Announcer for the UCI MTB World Cup Series, as well as the UCI Road World Championships. He's also worked at both the Summer & Winter Olympic Games, and occasional...
Join Steve for a recap of Stage 5, and a detailed discussion of the business and marketing side of professional cycling, with Peter Abraham, one of the leading marketers in the business of endurance sports.
Today Steve breaks down a wild Stage 7 of the Tour, with his Guest, Glen Innes, a Sales Representative for Argon-18 Bicycles, with a detailed discussion of what it means for a bike brand to be involved at this level of bike racing!
In today's episode, Steve quickly sums up the action on Stage 8, the first of two tough Stages in the Pyrenees and talks with Blythe Jack, who quietly has become a key person in the bike business, with some fresh eyes, as she sits on the Board of Directors for Canyon Bikes.
In Episode 9, Steve breaks down the action on Stage 9, talks about what the various Jerseys mean, and reviews the first chapter of this Tour de France with Lily Hansen-Gillis, the Web Editor for Canadian Cycling Magazine.
In Episode 10, Steve quickly reviews the action on a manic Stage 10, and then has a detailed discussion with the Co-Founder and CEO of Kind Human Bicycles, Gavin Brauer, about their business and how they have had mostly ups in the pandemic, but a few challenges too.
In Episode 11, with his Guest, Blair Clark, the President of Canyon USA, Steve reviews a wild and crazy Sprint Finish to Stage 11, and talks about how Canyon Bikes is changing the game in the U.S., and early next year - Canada!
In Episode 13, Steve quickly summarizes the action from an exciting Stage 13, and then talks with his fellow Endurance Zone Host, and Founder of the Challenged Athlete Foundation, Bob Babbitt, about the relationship between cycling and triathlon!
In Episode 14, Steve reviews the Action on Stage 14, and then talks with his Guest, Sports Nutritionist, Anne Guzman about what the riders in the Tour de France are eating and drinking, and what regular cyclists can learn from all this?
In Episode 15, Steve quickly reviews the action from Stage 15 that eliminated some key contenders from the Yellow Jersey race, and then takes a fascinating deep dive into Zwift Racing with the Number One Ranked Zwift Rider in the world, Holden Comeau!
In Episode 17 Steve quickly sums up the action from the Queen Stage of the Tour de France, and then has a detailed discussion with Dr. Jennifer Heisz about the connection between high intensity physical activity, brain function and mental health!
In Episode 18, Steve and his guest, Co-founder and CEO of The Turn Lab quickly sum up Stage 18, the last big Stage in the high mountains, and then shift to a detailed discussion of marketing and the Tour de France - a race that was started over 100 years ago as a marketing exercise by a newspaper!
In Episode, 19, Steve and his Guest, top ranked track cyclist in the pursuit, and time trial specialist, Dan Bigham, quickly review Stage 19, and then take a deep dive into the all important Time Trial that could decide the Tour de France on Stage 20.
In Episode 20, Steve and his Guest, Tom Fowler, the President of Polar North America, review the drama, of the epic, and extraordinary events of Stage 20 - that decided the final outcome for the overall race of the 2020 Tour!
Stage 21 with guests, Randy Ferguson and Audrey Lemieux
In Episode 21, for the final Stage of the Tour, Steve, along with his guests, fellow commentators and announcers, Audrey Lemieux and Randy Ferguson, Review Stage 21, and wrap up the whole of the 2020 Tour with some final thoughts.