Welcome back Podcast Patrons to Episode 160 of Leave the Pin Podcast. Shout out Tiger Hoods for our intro. Dan sits down with good friend and Korn Ferry Tour Caddie Mike Creed. The guys talk about the upcoming season on the KFT and what changes will be implemented. Mike is currently down in Florida with his player Tyson Alexander prepping for the 2022 season. Hopes are high for making the transition to the PGA Tour and Mike breaks down what they need to do in order to make that jump over the next year. The loss of green reading books is discussed and Dan tries to get down to the bottom of how much that is going to impact players this upcoming year. Tell your friends, we're back with another episode of Leave the Pin Podcast. Please leave a review and rating on iTunes/Spotify if you enjoy the episode. Follow us on Instagram @leavethepin Tag us on your social media feed with #Leavethepin Follow us on TikTok @leavethepin Checkout our sponsor Eagles and Arrows on instagram @eaglesandarrowsco and at www.eaglesandarrows.com Email us at Leavethepin@gmail.com Get busy golfing or get busy dying--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/leave-the-pin/message
VeloNews Podcast, ep. 243: Primož Roglič's Basque Country masterpiece; Mike Creed on U.S. racing
Primož Roglič scored a masterful victory at Spain's Itzulia Basque Country race this past week, taking the overall win on the final stage after embarking on a daylong breakaway. On this episode of The VeloNews Podcast we analyze Roglič's impressive win at a WorldTour race that is often overshadowed by the cobbled classics. Jumbo-Visma often win by seizing an early lead and then snuffing the life out of its rivals. But last week the Dutch team ceded the lead to Brandon McNulty of UAE-Team Emirates and then employed a strategy of aggression, attacking relentlessly on the final stage until McNulty cracked and his teammate, Tadej Pogačar, was forced to wait. What implications does this win have for the Tour? We break it down. Then, Mark Cavendish is back to his winning ways at the Tour of Turkey, and the British star has now won multiple stages at the race. What does this mean for Cavendish's career and his chances of racing the Tour de France?Finally, Mike Creed of Aevolo Cycling joins the podcast to discuss the state of the U.S. professional domestic racing scene. The COVID-19 pandemic stopped the domestic racing scene in its tracks in 2020, and racing has yet to start again. For Creed and Aevolo cycling, the only opportunity to race is overseas, so Creed too his team to Greece to race the Tour of Rhodes.Don't forget, Amstel Gold Race is this weekend, and you can watch all of the spring classics streaming live and on demand at Flobikes.com. Go to Flobikes.com/VeloNews to sign up for your subscription today!
Mike Creed. A Rise to the Top of Cycling at U.S Postal and Pushing the Limits Too Far.
Hey Buddy with Jack Burke
Mike Creed is widely recognized as one of the best directors in the sport and while he's been offered jobs in the world tour, he's chosen to work with the best U23 riders in the U.S on the Aevolo U23 team. Mike started racing super young and rose to the very top of the sport where he was teammates with Lance Armstrong and George Hincapie at U.S Postal. Feeling the pressure to perform Mike shares stories you wouldn't believe about how he pushed it too far and what he was willing to do to make his cycling dreams happen.