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Best Daniel Friebe podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Daniel Friebe podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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The Cycling Podcast
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The Cycling PodcastJoin journalists Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe – and a few special guests along the way – as they podcast about the latest cycling news and the world of professional cycling.Expect a mix of insight and analysis as our three experienced journalists cover not just the big talking points but take you behind the scenes of professional cycling.Richard Moore is the author of Slaying the Badger and Sky’s the Limit, Daniel Friebe writes for Procycling and is autho ...
 
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Flammecast
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A long time ago there was a podcast about pro cycling called Flammecast. It stopped. It's back and not taking itself too seriously.
 
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The Cycling Podcast's 11-date Grand Tour of the United Kingdom and Ireland has reached its conclusion and Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie are back with an episode recapping the cycling news. Former British national champion Adam Blythe joined us for two of our live shows – at London's Arts Theatre and the Royal Northern College of Music in Manc ...…
 
Part 2 of our 2019 Season Review. We look at the Tdf, Vuelta, Italian Holy Week, Lombardy and the Worlds. We also pick our Rider, Ride, Team and Race of the year. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
This week's episode finds Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe in the green room backstage at the Y Theatre, Leicester, before the ninth stage of their Grand Tour. We recap the theatre tour so far and answer some of the questions posed by the audience that we didn't have time to get to on stage. We also meet Stacy Snyder, the ceramist ...…
 
This month Lizzy Banks takes Service Course back to the place where it all began for her, Hill Climbs. It was the Sheffield University Hill Climb at Curbar Edge in Derbyshire where Lizzy first started to believe that she may have a serious future in the sport and so for this episode she goes back to her roots to look at hill climbing bikes in a ...…
 
The year in review - Part 1. in this episode both John and Scott join Derek to take a look at the year in Review. We discuss Fat Elvis on Tour, where to now for Ineos and Quickstep. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
The November episode of The Cycling Podcast Féminin includes a feature on arguably the greatest team in the history of women's racing, Boels-Dolmans. With both sponsors giving notice of their intention to quit, the Dutch squad faces an uncertain future. We speak to the team director, Danny Stam, its longest-serving rider, Christine Majerus, and ...…
 
After travelling from Bristol to Belfast and reaching London on Monday night, The Cycling Podcast's Grand Tour has reached its halfway point. Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe discuss the week's news – double Tour de France stage winner Steve Cummings' retirement, the latest from Dr Richard Freeman's General Medical Council hearing ...…
 
The Cycling Podcast is currently on a theatre tour but Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie, François Thomazeau and Orla Chennaoui recorded this week's episode a few hours before taking to the stage at Worcester's Huntingdon Hall. They discuss the latest developments in the General Medical Council's hearing into former Team Sky and British Cycling doct ...…
 
In this episode of The Cycling Podcast, Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe review some of the biggest stories from the past week in professional cycling. After 14 years, the Tour of California – the biggest stage race in the USA – is taking a hiatus. What does this mean for racing in America – and does Peter Stetina's decision to qu ...…
 
In the latest episode of The Cycling Podcast we hear from Tom Pidcock, the versatile young rider who explains his decision not to step up to a World Tour team in 2020. Lionel Birnie, Daniel Friebe and Richard Moore also discuss Mark Cavendish’s move to Bahrain-Merida. Can he and Rod Ellingworth roll back the years and have the kind of success t ...…
 
Daniel Friebe and Derek have a chat about his time at Mapei and how he got into Journalism and how Daniel was responsible for an iconoclastic jersey (sort of) Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
In this episode of The Cycling Podcast, Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe give their first reaction to the 2020 Giro d'Italia route as it is unveiled in Milan. The Grande Partenza in Budapest, Hungary, will be followed by a transfer to Sicily – without a rest day – and a journey that hugs the southern and Adriatic coastlines before ...…
 
Inspired by Caroline Criado Perez’s book Invisible Women, Tom Whalley and new co-host Lizzy Banks (Bigla Pro Cycling) ask how data bias is present in cycling. They hear from Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio about a fundamental UCI rule that she believes is based on data solely from male riders, and Liz Colebrook, one of the few female frame builders in t ...…
 
In this episode of The Cycling Podcast, Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe react to the route of the 2020 Tour de France, which was unveiled in Paris earlier in the day. There are new start and finish towns, new summit finishes and only one time trial – on the climb of La Planche des Belles Filles on the penultimate day – but what e ...…
 
The World Tour season is beginning to wind down with the race of the falling leaves – il Lombardia – at the weekend but in this episode of The Cycling Podcast Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe reflect on three big stories from the world of cycling. In part one, Daniel remembers Giorgio Squinzi, the boss of the Mapei company who ele ...…
 
The rise and fall of Team Ineos, the greatest TdF in the last 20 Years, and the worst Giro in memory. Scott and Derek Discuss the Grand Tour Season - Part 2 of 2. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
The latest episode of The Cycling Podcast Féminin comes from Harrogate, where Saturday's women's road race was won with an astonishing performance by Annemiek van Vleuten. Richard Moore and Rose Manley report from Yorkshire and assess Van Vleuten's victory and the manner in which it was achieved, while Orla Chennaoui files a 'dispatch from the ...…
 
The UCI road world championships concluded in Harrogate on Sunday with the men’s elite road race. Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and François Thomazeau discuss a race run off in terrible weather and with a surprising winner in Denmark’s Mads Pedersen. There are interviews with Pedersen’s good friend and fellow Dane Michael Valgren, who was 6th, a ...…
 
The Cycling Podcast returns to Bettys to discuss the penultimate day of the World Championships in Harrogate. Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and François Thomazeau discuss the women’s road race, won with an astonishing 104-kilometre solo break by Dutch rider Annemiek van Vleuten, before recapping the controversial disqualification of another Dutc ...…
 
The rise and fall of Team Ineos, the greatest TdF in the last 20 Years, and the worst Giro in memory. Scott and Derek Discuss the Grand Tour Season - Part 1 of 2. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
In this episode of The Cycling Podcast from Harrogate, Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie, Daniel Friebe and François Thomazeau are joined by Mitchelton-Scott sports director Matt White. They talk about Sunday's men’s road race, and also the importance of the junior and under-23 races in the development of the stars of tomorrow. The Cycling Podcast i ...…
 
Join Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie, Daniel Friebe and François Thomazeau and an audience at the Wold Top Brewery for a live version of the World Championship podcasts. They discuss the prospects for the road races at the weekend. The Cycling Podcast is supported by Rapha and Science In Sport.By Lionel Birnie, Daniel Friebe, Richard Moore
 
In this episode of The Cycling Podcast Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie are joined in Betty's tearooms by François Thomazeau to discuss the men’s elite time trial. The gold medal and rainbow jersey was won for the second year in a row by Australia’s Rohan Dennis, who pulled out of the Tour de France midway through, reportedly because he was diss ...…
 
The latest episode of The Cycling Podcast Féminin comes from the world championships in Yorkshire, where Richard Moore reports on the women’s time trial, William Fotheringham tells us about his new biography of Beryl Burton and Rose Manley looks ahead to Saturday’s road race. There are also interviews with Chloe Dygert Owen, Annemiek van Vleute ...…
 
The rain fell almost all day, making the under-23 and women’s time trials extremely challenging for the riders in Yorkshire. Join Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Rob Hatch in the Rapha cafe in Harrogate as they dissect the two races and reflect on an astonishing gold medal-winning performance by a young American rider. We hear from Dean Downin ...…
 
After a day of time trial action in Harrogate, Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie are joined for tea in Bettys by Seb Piquet. Both gold medallists suffered minor mishaps on their way to victory. We discuss how Harrogate is warming up for the races to come and hear from Elynor Backstedt, bronze medallist in the junior women’s time trial and daughte ...…
 
The Cycling Podcast has arrived in Harrogate for the World Championships – the first time they’ve been held in Great Britain since 1982. Join Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Rob Hatch in Bettys tearoom in the finishing straight in Harrogate town centre as they discuss the first mixed relay team time trial in World Championships history. They a ...…
 
The latest episode of The Cycling Podcast Féminin comes from Madrid where La Madrid Challenge was won by Lisa Brennauer after Chloe Hosking took the second and final stage in the city centre. We hear from Brennauer and Hosking and also Christine Majerus, the recent winner of the Boels Ladies Tour. Orla Chennaoui and Richard Moore discuss Orla's ...…
 
In the final episode from the Vuelta a España we hear reactions to the race from a range of riders, from debutants Carl Fredrik Hagen and Will Barta, to Sepp Kuss, a stage winner and teammate to the overall winner, Sam Bewley, Willie Smit, Tim Declercq, Ben O’Connor, Dylan Teuns, Lawson Craddock and Kiel Reijnen. Richard Moore, Daniel Friebe an ...…
 
The penultimate stage and last in the mountains of the Vuelta a España saw a fierce battle among the main contenders with 20-year-old Tadej Pogacar winning his third stage to move up to third overall. It means he will finish on the podium in Madrid on Sunday, with his fellow Slovenian Primoz Roglic on the top step and Alejandro Valverde in seco ...…
 
There was controversy at the Vuelta a España just two days from the end when a crash took out Primoz Roglic, the race leader, and the Movistar team appeared to try to take advantage. Richard Moore and Daniel Friebe discuss this “beef” and we hear from Deceuninck-Quick Step workhorse Tim Declercq, whose team was triumphant once again. There’s al ...…
 
Road captains are leaders but rarely winners. They are usually experienced, but not always. They are a link for communication between sports directors and riders and they need to have detailed knowledge of the course, acting almost as human GPSs. Now, with ever more information available to riders and sports directors, there is a greater emphas ...…
 
On the penultimate mountain state of the Vuelta a España there was a win for a team who lost not one, not two, but three leaders, and a shuffling of the pack behind race leader Primoz Roglic. Richard Moore and Daniel Friebe discuss the stage and Orla Chennaoui joins Richard to debrief yesterday’s thrilling crosswinds stage. We hear from Roglic’ ...…
 
The longest stage of the Vuelta a España produced a masterclass from Deceuninck-QuickStep in racing in crosswinds. The Belgian team attacked almost from the gun and placed all but one of their eight riders in a forty-strong front group. Richard Moore and Daniel Friebe discuss a thrilling stage that had serious ramifications for the general clas ...…
 
With just five days remaining of the Vuelta a España, Primoz Roglic and Jumbo-Visma are homing in on victory. Having placed riders on the podium at this year’s Giro d'Italia and Tour de France, it could be the Dutch team’s first Grand Tour win in their current guise – their first since Rabobank pulled out as sponsor in 2012. One rider who’s bee ...…
 
Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe answer your questions on the first rest day of the 2019 Vuelta a España. We also hear from Orla Chennaoui along with our Vuelta diarists, James Knox of Deceuninck Quick Step and Nick Schultz of Mitchelton-Scott. Send us your questions for the final Press Conference via WhatsApp voice memo to +44 79 ...…
 
It was another first ascent for the Vuelta a España as the riders tackled La Cubilla, the so-called “Galibier of Asturias.” We hear what some of them made of it once they’d reached the summit as Jakob Fuglsang won the stage ahead of Tao Geoghegan Hart, who was on the attack for the second day in a row. Richard Moore and Daniel Friebe discuss th ...…
 
In this episode of Kilometre 0 by The Cycling Podcast we speak to Javier Guillén, the director of the Vuelta a España. Guillén was appointed in 2009 and one of his first decisions was to introduce the red jersey of race leader. On the red jersey’s tenth anniversary he tells us what he thinks of it — and so does Bradley Wiggins, who wore it in 2 ...…
 
Sepp Kuss, a young American on the Jumbo-Visma team, won the 15th stage of the Vuelta a España at the summit of Santuario Del Acebo while his teammate Primoz Roglic tightened his grip on the red jersey of race leader. Richard Moore and Daniel Friebe discuss the stage, and we also hear from Orla Chennaoui and Adam Blythe, who are in Spain coveri ...…
 
It was a rare treat for the sprinters: a flattish stage that was duly controlled by the sprinters’ teams and won by Ireland’s Sam Bennett, his second stage win at this year’s Vuelta a España. Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie discuss the stage and we hear once again from our audio diarists, James Knox and Nick Schultz. There’s also an interview w ...…
 
Los Machucos, the toughest climb so far of the Vuelta a España, saw the two Slovenians, Primoz Roglic and Tadej Pogacar, ride away from their rivals. At the summit it was 20-year-old Pogecar who took his second stage win. Richard Moore and Daniel Friebe were there and they discuss the stage and its implications on the battle for the red jersey, ...…
 
These days, when the Vuelta a España comes to the Basque Country it feels like a homecoming. The crowds are enormous and the tough, hilly roads virtually guarantee exciting racing. Yet for 33 years the Vuelta didn't come here at all, only returning in 2011 when the organisers could be confident that Basque separatists wouldn't try to disrupt th ...…
 
Philippe Gilbert claimed his sixth Vuelta a España stage win as the race reached Bilbao, the biggest city in the Basque Country, while Primoz Roglic held on to the red jersey of overall leader. Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie discuss Gilbert’s win and ask whether he should be considered one of the favourites for the world road race championship ...…
 
The Vuelta a España re-entered Spain after its sojourn in France with a stage in the Basque Country won by a local rider, Mikel Iturria, on a local team, Euskadi-Murias. Richard Moore and Daniel Friebe discuss the stage and we hear from Damien Howson, who was in the breakaway, as well as one of the revelations of the race, Carl Fredrik Hagen, r ...…
 
There is a thread that connects no fewer than eleven riders spread across eight teams at this year's Vuelta a España. George Bennett, Neilson Powless, Tao Geoghegan Hart, Nathan Van Hooydonck, Will Barta, Sam Bewley, Lawson Craddock, Logan Owen, Clément Chevrier, Ruben Guerreiro and Ben King all rode for the American development team that's run ...…
 
Primoz Roglic took a commanding lead at the Vuelta a España, winning the stage 10 time trial to take over the red jersey from Nairo Quintana. Richard Moore and Daniel Friebe report from Pau and ask whether the race is now Roglic’s to lose. We hear from another Slovenian, the 20-year-old winner of Sunday’s mountain stage, Tadej Pogačar. Pogačar ...…
 
Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe answer your questions on the first rest day of the 2019 Vuelta a España. We also hear from our Vuelta diarists, James Knox of Deceuninck Quick Step and Nick Schultz of Mitchelton-Scott. Send us your questions for the next Press Conference via WhatsApp voice memo to +44 7971338205. The Cycling Podca ...…
 
In this episode of Kilometre 0 Daniel Friebe looks back at the 1999 Vuelta a Espana. It was the first year the Vuelta race leader wore a gold jersey, the peloton tackled the severe slopes of the Angliru for the first time, the late Jose Maria Jimenez and Frank Vandenbroucke lit up the race with their flawed brilliance. And this was Jan Ullrich’ ...…
 
The shortest road stage of the Vuelta a España produced a fascinating day's racing in Andorra. There were mountains, sunshine and hailstones as the pack was shuffled once again and Nairo Quintana ended the day in the race leader's red jersey. Richard Moore reports from Cortal d'Encamp where Tadej Pogačar, the 20-year-old Slovenian, stunned the ...…
 
It was another day for the breakaway at the Vuelta a España and in this episode Lionel Birnie and Richard Moore meet in Barcelona to discuss the stage. The leader’s red jersey is proving to be the reluctant prize in a game of pass the parcel as Miguel Angel Lopez once again relinquished his grip on it. We also catch up with Orla Chennaoui and a ...…
 
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