Marginal Gains Cycling Podcast, Presented by Silca

Marginal Gains Cycling Podcast, Presented by Silca

Published by: SILCA
15 Episodes | First Released: Jan 14 '19
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A man om his computer
Dec 18 '19
Rating:   10
Engineers wet dream

Literally the best podcast bar none to geek out in bike aerodynamics and all that jazz.

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Renner
Oct 29 '19
Rating:   10
Lifetime of experience... for the love of the bike

Josh has been riding and racing since he was a kid. He and his mom started developing cycling tools and products before he could drive. From Zipp to Silica there is nothing that Josh hasn’t looked to iterate and innovate. Great show for anyone that wants to get really granular into all the details of the racing industry as well as anyone who love the bike as the most efficiently elegant machine man has ever created.

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S Muyskens
Sep 22 '19
Rating:   10
Fills the Void

Great podcast! Josh’s insight into the world of marginal gains and technical knowledge of products is amazing. While I enjoy listening to a number of different cycling podcasts, this is the only one that answers many of the deep questions I have (ex. always wondered about rolling resistance and why there was a change from the drum to the road). Keep up the good work!!

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bicycle engineering nerd
Aug 14 '19
Rating:   10
Best podcast there is or ever will be

I have since deleted all other podcasts, this is the only podcast I need in life.

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Alejandro Ortiz
Aug 4 '19
Rating:   10
Cycling Nerds Rejoice!

Very informative and technical topics of anything having to do with marginal gains on the bike. Unless you like to nerd out on technical details and cycling history it may be way deeper than you want to go. However, If you do plunge you’ll be rewarded. The topics are well researched and clearly presented.

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AllanLloyd
Jun 5 '19
Rating:   6
Way too technical

If you want to know how the bolt is made that goes onto your bike, this is the podcast for you. If you want to know how your tire is made, this is the podcast. Some very intelligent people on this podcast, but has a hard time dumbing it down for us simple triathletes. I just spent over an hour listing how metals are made and grain patterns of metal. Not sure how this relates to cycling and finding marginal gains to increase speed.

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Silverscooby27
Mar 27 '19
Rating:   10
My favorite podcast

This is probably my favorite podcast on iTunes. It is so informative and it is awesome to know how much thought goes into the cycling products we love from companies we trust. Josh is an amazing person, and I am truly impressed by his intelligence and knowledge. His passion for this sport and the gear and technology are amazing.

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GoodnessGraciousMe
Mar 11 '19
Rating:   10
Very well executed, professional and genuinely enlightening 🐢💨💨💨

I rarely review podcasts (or anything) but this podcast is so well put together and lacking all the usual b@ll@cks that these sort of podcasts come with I felt I had to write a review to say thanks.I’ve already learnt more than I ever knew about how to choose the right tyre pressure for road and gravel, and have actually taken the time to recommend this podcast to other people. I don’t think I’ve ever done that before...so job well done, guys.May even look at a SILCA pump sometime if I can see a good price for one... 🐢💨💨💨

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Magcon fan!!!!❤️
Mar 6 '19
Rating:   10
I love this podcast

Very informative and fun to listen. Keep it up guys and I hope many more to come!!

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DesertBadDad
Feb 16 '19
Rating:   10
Fantastic!

The first two installments are amazing. There is so much here — and not just bikes! Can’t wait to hear more!!

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NC Biker
Feb 14 '19
Rating:   10
Great Show

I enjoyed the first show very much. Looking forward to many more.

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roleur21
Jan 25 '19
Rating:   10
Insightful and entertaining

Good balance of information, stories and banter between the hosts. I really like how they've merged sport, pop culture and math/science in a way that ends up being a lot about cycling, but not entirely about cycling. Made my hour on the trainer go by super fast and now waiting for more.

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