Simon Gerrans – Making of a Champion


We are back for 2017, and what a way to start with Simon Gerrans. We all know him as an assassin on the bike, a winning machine, where it sometimes feels like he is winning more races than he is losing. But what I wanted to find out, was when did that switch get turned on for him, from being a rider who can win, to a rider who is expected to win. I get inside that cool calm collected mind of his that when inside the final few hundred meters of a race can make unbelievable race winning decisions.

To finish off, hang in there after the music at the end for the first live feed segment podcast I have done, not very successfully but it’s a bit of fun anyway.





English Version – Fast Forward to the 46min mark to watch when Gerrans attacks.



Greenedge Backstage pass of San Remo 2012


World Championships 2014 Ponferrada Spain.


Stage 3 Tour De France when Darryl Impy shows that calm head of his to deliver Simon Gerrans perfectly to out sprint Peter Sagan.




  1. Mel · February 26, 2017

    Loving these podcasts! As someone pretty new to the world of cycling I like how you simplify and explain things, helps me appreciate it all that much more 🙂


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