NCNCA Womens Series Podcast: Our Work Works

Our Work Works is a podcast made possible by the NCNCA, The NCNCA Womens Series and KGPC-LP, Peralta Community Radio.

OWW is hosted by Amy Moor. Kathryn Styer is the executive producer and engineer. OWW is produced and recorded at the KGPC-LP studios in Oakland, California.

You can now find us on Stitcher as well!


Season Two! // Episode 4: HER(story) with Laurie Furman
We are super duper excited to bring you a fourth episode of the ONLY podcast dedicated to women bike racers. Laurie Furman discusses how she got her start racing crits in San Diego to returning to her hometown of San Jose, California, and all the triumphs and challenges of being a bike racer. We recommend you listen to this podcast and share it with your friends. 100%.

Laurie mentions:
The Early Bird Clinics
San Jose Bike Club

Music by Blue Dot Sessions, Daniel Birch, Forget the Whale, Komiku, luc électrique, Necro Polo and Ryan Andersen.


Episode 3: The Future of Pro Cycling, with Melanie Wong

UPDATE: Melanie finally shared with the world that she is racing for Twenty20 Professional Racing. You can follow her adventures here and here, and read this great article about her here: https://socalcycling.com/2019/01/21/melanie-wong-twenty20-sho-air-2019/

Melanie Wong sat down to chat with us back in October about her greased lightening shot from new racer to nouveau pro. This episode not only imparts wisdom from Melanie but explores important topics in the 2018 bike racing world. Please enjoy this final episode of season one. We had a ton of fun making them. If you have questions, comments or would like to see this podcast continue, please email your thoughts to women [at] ncnca [dot] org.


Episode 2: Adventures In Cycling With New Racer, Claire Porter

We focus on the experience of newish racer, Claire Porter. Sit in with us and hear her perspectives on training, racing and having fun on the bike.


Episode 1: The History Of Womens Road Racing In The NCNCA with Meredith Nielsen

In this episode we explore the roots of womens road racing in Northern California and answer questions you might have jumping in to the sport.

Music by Tzara.