The Week In Bike #19 – 9 May 2014

May 9 2014

Giro’s not dead, credit where it’s due, exposure, visas,, Four days of Dunkirk, promotion, women’s Tour, the old women’s Tour, the new women’s Tour, Tour of Cali, tokens, cameras.

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4 Responses to “The Week In Bike #19 – 9 May 2014”

  1. CarnSoaks 9 May 2014 at 2:34 pm #

    Love the content comment: In OZ, Cycling Central, the stalwart cycling show on (renowned cycling partnered broadcaster SBS) have outsourced the majority of its content to INCYCLE. Now called the Subaru something or other, they’ve palmed off their original content for this Britocentric online feed that’s near 2 weeks old. “Cutting edge SBS!”. I’d almost’ rather watch GCN (exciting).
    Mix that with the inane chatter of half the compares and it’s no wonder more and more of us are chasing something more cosmic.

    • enter name here 10 May 2014 at 9:48 pm #

      Hey Cosmo,

      A quick Q for you: do you know, or know someone who knows, how much of any big bicycle company’s (whatever, Spesh, Cannondale, whoever you know at whichever company…) income is from their women’s specific products?

      Wondering what the data on this says. What are we saying, 5% of their revenue, 10%, 20%…

  2. Sebastien 12 May 2014 at 6:53 pm #

    Hi! I’m subscribed to your podcast of “How the race was won” and I love it! Can you post your series of “The week in bike” that I can listen it also on my iphone podcast?
    Thank you! And don’t stop your great job!

    • Cosmo Catalano 12 May 2014 at 8:52 pm #

      I’ve been trying to submit the Week in Bike to iTunes for a while now. Still not doing something right, probably related to the fact that I’m using a different hosting service, since the (excellent) Amazon S3 account I’ve been using for HTRWW cost $68 last month, and the Week in Bike vids are significantly larger. I will continue my efforts and let you know.

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