Welcome back to another episode of Coffee and Van Chats. On this episode we chat with Ellen Noble, CX and MTB legend! We chat about her upcoming season with new sponsors as well as talk about how she overcame certain health hurdles. Check out Ellen on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ellenlikesbikes/ Episode is sponsored by Spot: croom.getspot.com Chamois Butt'r: chamoisbuttr.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/coffeeandvanchats/support
Ellen Noble returns to the show to talk about developments in life and training since the beginning of the pandemic. In addition to moving states, she has also started working with a new coach, the renowned Allen Lim, and begun the long, slow process of getting back into racing shape following health challenges that put her career on hold for several seasons. She talks about moving from the coach she had worked with since she was 14, to Lim, who put her fitness and determination to the test from the first day. She talks about the upside to having no races the past year, and how she’s feeling about making a comeback in 2021. They also talk about why she finally decided to get an agent, and the unconventional approach she took to finding one.
Four-time cyclocross national champion and world champion silver medalist Ellen Noble returns to The Adventure Stache to chat about how life has changed since her first appearance on the show way back in Episode 34. They talk about the pressures of being a role model in women’s cycling, the lose/lose reality of being a female athlete on social media, and why Ellen has finally started her own program this year. They also discuss misconceptions about money, share some cringeworthy dad jokes, and attempt to uncover Ellen's skills as a dancer.
On this episode, Tyler meets with professional mountain bike and cyclo-cross racer (and Red Bull athlete) Ellen Noble of Tucson, AZ. Tyler & Ellen talk about life as a professional cyclist and get to explore the unexpected topics of acoustic guitar playing and women's health & public health on this nineteenth episode of the Strangers Worth Meeting podcast. Follow along with Tyler on Instagram @thixsonlife or connect in real time via Twitter @thixsonlife and find Ellen @ellenlikesbikes Special thanks to Track Farms for their sponsorship! Use code 'Strangers' for 15% off their top notch CBD products at track-farms.com/strangers
Kenza talks with American cyclocross and mountain bike rider, Ellen Noble. Ellen Opens up about the highs and lows of her career, how a therapist has helped her with her growth in and out of the sport and also how re defining the word professionalism could have a big impact on improving mental health in cycling. To see the portraits from this weeks episode please go to findingspace.cc.
Ellen Noble - professional cyclocross and mountain biker Thankful to have connected with Ellen earlier this year as she just arrived to Tucson, AZ. We had a great conversation on her career, setbacks, goals, motivations, and what the year ahead (and beyond) will entail. She’s got a great personality and drive, dies an incredible job at sharing her story and connecting with others. She’s just announced her plans and sponsors for this year. Be sure to find her online, if you don’t already. And wish her the best moving forward. Apple podcasts : https://apple.co/3aKBv2ASoundCloud: https://bit.ly/2vPVbU9 https://racing.trekbikes.com/stories/regional-teams/ellen-noble-races-down-a-new-path https://ellennoble.comTwitter @EllenLikesBikesInstagram @EllenLikesBikesFacebook Facebook.com/EllenNobleCyclistSnapChat @EllenLikesBikesQuest Camp 2020 ( https://ellennoble.com/2020-quest/ )
Ellen Noble is a four-time cyclocross national champion and world champion silver medalist. In this interview, she and Payson go deep on gender equality and the #MeToo movement, talk about their favorite books, and lighten the mood with a few breakfast recipes. Ellen has been an outspoken advocate of gender parity within cycling and in the broader world, and is the founder of #bunnyhopthepatriarchy, a movement intended to highlight and reduce gender inequities in the cycling world.
Ellen Noble is a professional Cyclocross Racer for Trek Factory Racing. She has medaled at World Championships and was the first female to bunnyhop the barriers in a race (#BUNNYHOPTHEPATRIARCHY). Ellen chats about goal setting, coming back from a bad race, relationships to food with Molly and Peter. Follow Ellen on Instagram If you enjoy the show, please consider supporting it through www.wideanglepodium.com/donate ... there are bonus episodes and bonus goodies if you do, your donation helps fuel better audio gear, more guests, and higher quality episodes.
Episode 126 | Ellen Noble Live At Trek Bikes Clarendon
For episode 126 of Cyclocross Radio, we are at the the Trek Bikes Shop in Clarendon, Virginia, for a live show with Trek Factory Racing's Ellen Noble. Always great to chat with Ellen, who is on a fantastic roll right now, winning her past 6 UCI CX races after earning a silver medal at the Waterloo World Cup. From MTB to CX to social issues, we cover a lot of ground in an hour. A huge thanks to the folks at Trek in Clarendon for hosting the DCCX packet pick up and this event. If you're looking for a new bike, stop by and let them know CXHAIRS sent you: https://www.trekbikes.com/retail/arlington_clarendon/ You can follow Ellen at @ellenlikes bikes on Instagram and Twitter. Looking for tubulars, glue, embrocation and much more at a great price? Get over to www.ridecx.com. Use coupon code CXHAIRS5 for $5 off a $10 order. Use coupon code CXHAIRS15 for $15 off a $100 order. Follow Ride CX at @ridecx on Twitter. This episode is also brought to you by Ruts and Guts, which takes place December 8 and 9 in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Go to www.rutsnguts.org for more information. Need coffee? (Trick question, you do). Check out our partnership with Grimpeur Bros and the amazingly tasty Full Schleck blend. You can get these flavorful and possibly magical beans here: https://www.grimpeurbros.com/products/wap-coffee. Grimpeur Bros is on Instagram at @grimpeurbrosspecialtycoffee Thanks as always for tuning in. If this is your first time listening, you can explore the rest of our episodes here. You can support the show and this site by checking out our swag at www.crosshairscycling.com/shop. Also visit www.cyclocrossbook.com to get your copy of Skills Drills and Bellyaches: A Cyclocross Primer. Cyclocross Radio is part of the Wide Angle Podium podcast network. Check out www.wideanglepodium.com, listen to the shows, and consider becoming a member. Check out the new Wide Angle Podium t-shirts and kit at icksnay.myshopify.com/collections/wide-angle-podium. Check out Maxxis Crosshairs Television for recap and commentary video from the latest (predominantly) U.S. UCI cyclocross events (subscribe to the channel, give a thumbs up and leave a comment): www.cyclocrosstelevision.com. Check out Maxxis on Instagram at @maxxisbike Please subscribe to Cyclocross Radio and all of the Wide Angle Podium shows on iTunes, if that’s how you consume podcasts. Also, rate and review on iTunes, even if it’s not the way you consume podcasts. To keep up to date, follow @cxhairs on Instagram and Twitter. Have a question, comment, complaint or general inquiry? Hit us up at firstname.lastname@example.org And don't hesitate to call the hot line: 405-CXHAIRS.