Home > Podcast

Listen: Michael Barry’s straight talk about the planned 2020 road season

The former pro cyclist looks at the challenges and opportunities—but mostly challenges—that lie ahead for riders, teams and race organizers

Michael Barry Photo by: Fotoreporter Sirotti

SUBSCRIBE iTunes | Google Play | Android | Stitcher | TuneIn | Spotify | RSS

At the beginning of May, the UCI announced the new road calendar for 2020. One Canadian Cycling Magazine writer has dubbed it 100 crazy days. The racing runs from the beginning of August to early November, which is when cyclocross usually wraps up in most of Canada.

Michael Barry, who runs Mariposa Bicycles with his wife Dede, raced from 1995 to 2012. When he looks at the compressed road calendar, he sees a lot of challenges and unknowns that could derail racing. But, according to the former pro, there are sure signs of hope for cycling.

Subscribe to The Cycling Magazine Podcast

Follow in iTunes  Follow on Stitcher  Follow on Google Play  Subscribe on Android

Other ways to listen: Spotify | Tunein | RSS feed