The Rouleur Podcast
Rouleur Conversations: Ryan Le Garrec on losing, and finding, himself in Morocco & Kask Elemento
Rouleur editor Edward Pickering talks with Ryan Le Garrec, the filmmaker and photographer who contributed the feature 'Crossing the Divide' to the latest edition of the magazine. Le Garrec rode into Morocco, to deliberately get lost, and came back with an incredible set of memories and photographs. He talks openly and eloquently about the highs and lows of solo bikepacking, in a fascinating interview which will change the way you approach your next expedition.
Also in the pod, Dan Cavallari interviews Luca Viano, Director of Product at Kask, and Marco Galli, Marketing manager at Kask, about the company's new helmet, the Elemento.
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Rouleur Conversations: Art Cycle43:42Rouleur editor Edward Pickering and photojournalist James Startt discuss Art Cycle, the ongoing series in Rouleur magazine which explores the connection between cycling and art. They talk about a few of the works that have featured so far, and also talk about their own interest in art.Works discussed in depth:Loisirs: hommage à Louis David by Fernand Léger: https://www.centrepompidou.fr/en/ressources/oeuvre/cAzzyoHyères, France by Henri Cartier-Bresson: https://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/286639James's photograph of the Paris-Nice peloton and wind turbines, Special Merit winner at the World Sports Press Photography Awards: http://jamesstartt.com/cycling/xraehf6dajxhcwgllklui6d2j4ujxtCiclista by Salvo: https://i-ac.eu/fr/expositions/24_in-situ/1983/183_SALVORestaurant at Bougival by Maurice de Vlaminck: https://galleryintell.com/artex/restaurant-de-la-machine-bougival-maurice-de-vlaminck/And Ed and James's recommendations:At the Moulin Rouge by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec: https://www.artic.edu/artworks/61128/at-the-moulin-rougeNumber 1, 1950 by Jackson Pollock: https://www.nga.gov/collection/art-object-page.55819.htmlThe Large Glass by Marcel Duchamp: https://philamuseum.org/collection/object/54149Waterlilies by Claude Monet: https://www.musee-orangerie.fr/en/node/197502Box Hill Road River by Richard Long: http://www.richardlong.org/index.html
Rouleur Conversations: Vuelta a España 2023 review43:46Rouleur editor Edward Pickering chats with staff writer Rachel Jary and photojournalist James Startt about the recently concluded Vuelta a España.
Rouleur Conversations: Rouleur 122 – the Travel Issue, plus Canada & Vuelta40:19Rouleur editor Edward Pickering and photojournalist James Startt catch up to discuss the latest edition of Rouleur, number 122, the Travel Edition, which is out now. Subscribe at rouleur.cc/subscribe.
Rouleur Conversations: Vuelta a España preview and how to become a cycling photographer with Dominique Powers43:10Rouleur staff writer Rachel Jary and Volata editor Olga Abalos preview the 2023 Vuelta a España. Olga gives her insight from on the ground in Barcelona a few days ahead of the race kicking off with a team time trial and Rachel also interviews Dominique Powers. Dominique was featured in Rouleur 121, the women's issue, as a leading female photographer in the cycling world. She talks about her project, The Leaders of Gravel, and gives tips on how to take the perfect portrait.Follow Rachel and Olga on Twitter: @racheljaryy (@rouleur) and @olga_abalos (@ccvolata)Follow Dominique on Instagram: @dominiquepowersSubscribe to Rouleur: https://www.rouleur.cc/pages/subscribeSubscribe to Volata: https://www.rouleur.cc/pages/volata-papel-y-digital-suscripcion
Rouleur Conversations: Lotte Kopecky & Demi Vollering interviews + Women's Worlds Road Race01:00:56Rouleur staff writer Rachel Jary and Rouleur editor Edward Pickering reflect on the women's road race at the Glasgow World Championships, and Rachel interviews the top two riders, Lotte Kopecky and Demi Vollering.
Rouleur Conversations: Glasgow Worlds men's road race & Isla Rowntree + Invisible Cycling Women from Rouleur 12149:15Rouleur editor Edward Pickering catches up with photojournalist James Startt fresh from their trip to Glasgow for the first weekend of the 'super' Worlds.Then we continue with our series of features built around our second women's edition, Rouleur 121: Close the Gap. Edward Pickering reflects on his piece 'Invisible Cycling Women' from Rouleur 121, and presents bike manufacturer Isla Rowntree's thoughts on why cycling design is inherently sexist.
Rouleur Conversations: Tour de France Femmes 202357:24Rouleur writers Rachel Jary and India Paine, and Volata editor Olga Ábalos were on the ground for the second edition of the Tour de France Femmes and bring you this special report on the race.
Rouleur Conversations: Tour de France Hommes 2023 review & Factor O2 VAM01:01:19Rouleur editor Edward Pickering and James Startt reflect on the men's Tour de France, which finished on Sunday. And Dan Cavallari speaks with Rob Gitelis, CEO of Factor Bikes, about their new O2 VAM.
Rouleur Conversations: Tour de France Vulcania – St-Gervais, moto madness & James Witts on his new book Riding with the Rocketmen01:01:18Rouleur editor Edward Pickering catches up with photojournalist James Startt for a look back over the middle week of the 2023 Tour de France. James was on a race moto the day that Tadej Pogačar was prevented from carrying through an attack by a photographer and TV moto blocking the way, and he shares his insights into a complex and nuanced subject.Ed also talks to James Witts, Rouleur contributor and now the author of Riding with the Rocketmen: One Man's Journey on the Shoulders of Cycling Giants. James is an expert on sports science and he decided to apply what he's learned in the course of writing about WorldTour riders' performance to his own attempt in riding the Étape du Tour. It's an excellent, entertaining book, and please buy it from an independent bookseller if you can.We're grateful to GCN+ for supporting Rouleur Conversations through the Tour de France. Subscribe to their excellent coverage of all things cycling and racing and get a 15 per cent discount by visiting www.gcn.eu/rouleur15.Thanks also to BMC for supporting our Tour coverage. Their excellent Riders Digest podcast can be found by searching for Riders Digest wherever you get your pods, and we urge you to subscribe.