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The Cycling Podcast - daily insight and analysis of the Giro d'Italia, Vuelta a España and Classics. Join 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 Slay ...
 
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This week’s episode of The Cycling Podcast comes from the Team Jumbo-Visma training camp in Alicante, Spain. Richard Moore and Orla Chennaoui spent a few days with the world’s number one ranked team as they prepared for and looked ahead to the 2021 season. We hear from Marianne Vos, who will lead the new women’s team, Wout van Aert, Tom Dumoulin, S…
 
It's great to be back for another season of Life in the Peloton and for my first episode of the new year I caught up with someone I've been wanting to get on the pod for a long time. It's the German Aussie Heinrich Haussler. Even though I've known him a long time, there were so many things I wanted to talk to Heino about. For a start, is he German …
 
What does 2021 have in store? In this first episode of the new year Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe gaze into their crystal ball, and we hear from François Thomazeau, Ian Boswell, Lizzy Banks, Ciro Scognamiglio, Mitch Docker, Harry Tanfield and Ben Lowe of VeloViewer, with their predictions for the upcoming cycling season. Will young…
 
In the final Service Course of 2020 Lizzy Banks and Tom Whalley answer your tech questions, from tyre pressures and choice of glove to race radios and pro hacks. When the questions prove too much, Tom and Lizzy turn to a selection of genuine experts, including Niamh Fisher-Black (the current New Zealand national road race champion), Alan Sheldon (L…
 
Since 2016, when The Cycling Podcast first covered the Giro d'Italia on the ground, the soundtrack has been provided by Amaraterra, a London-based band that plays the southern Italian pizzica music. They were in the news recently after it was reported that a Strictly Come Dancing spin-off show offered a free lunch rather than a payment to perform. …
 
In our final regular episode of 2020, Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe pick their moments of the COVID-19 season. We hear from young British rider Joe Laverick, who has been riding for the AG2R development squad but is moving to Girona next season to take up another opportunity about the implications Brexit may have on his fledgling c…
 
In the final episode of The Cycling Podcast Féminin of 2020 we have news on the future of the Drops Cycling Team, who in 2021 will become Drops Le Col supported by Tempur. We hear from Bob Varney, the man behind the team, and his new sponsors, as well as two Drops riders, Joss Lowden and Marjolein van 't Geloof. There are also interviews with Ashle…
 
This episode of Explore, introduced by Lionel Birnie and Hannah Troop, features a man who was a fixture on British children's television in the late 1980s and 1990s – Timmy Mallett. The host of Wacaday, the Wide Awake Club and Mallett's Mallet, Timmy was never seen without his trademark colourful glasses and trusty sidekick, a large foam mallett. I…
 
In this week's episode we look at two high profile figures who are returning to old haunts. Mark Cavendish is going back to Deceuninck-Quick Step, the team with which he spent three successful seasons earlier in his career, while in an even more surprising move, his old mentor, Rod Ellingworth, is returning to Team Ineos after just a year in charge…
 
In this week's episode Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe talk about cycling's transfer market and the eleventh hour rescue of World Tour team NTT, which will race in 2021 as Qhubeka Assos. As well as discussing the eclectic roster being put together by the African team, we hear from rider agent Gary McQuaid, who looks after Bob Jungels…
 
In this episode of Service Course, Tom Whalley and Lizzy Banks continue in their pursuit to track down the makers of the world's first 3D printed carbon bike. They talk to Henry Furniss who co-founded WyndyMilla but has now moved on to create his own R&D business for 3D printed technologies. They discuss Henry's current project creating 3D printed …
 
Allan Peiper was in the UAE Team Emirates car behind Tadej Pogacar during the dramatic time trial on La Planche des Belles Filles. The 60-year-old Australian describes the young Slovenian's victory over this compatriot Primoz Roglic as the pinnacle of his life and in this episode of The Cycling Podcast, Lionel talks to him about this year's Tour de…
 
Explore returns with Escape From Lockdown, an episode celebrating the simple joy of riding a bike. The coronavirus pandemic has made it difficult to explore the world on two wheels. Most of the world has experienced lockdown or travel restrictions of some sort and we've all been tethered to home more than usual. For this episode, four riders took a…
 
In the final episode of the Life in the Peloton for this year, Mitch Docker is back on the other side of the mic with his friend and former Orica-Scott teammate Svein Tuft asking the questions. Find out about Mitch's school days and how he completed a year's worth of art coursework in a couple of days, his early racing days and how he got started o…
 
After listeners sent in a flood of questions we split our post-Grandest Tour press conference over two episodes. This is part two. Next question please... Our supporters The Cycling Podcast is supported by iwoca and Science in Sport For 25% off all your Science in Sport products enter the discount code SISCP25 at scienceinsport.com This episode is …
 
We received so many questions for the press conference that we have decided to split it across two episodes. Part two will be out next week. In this episode, Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe tackle questions sent in by listeners. We also put your questions to our Grandest Tour guest hosts François Thomazeau, Lizzy Banks and Ian Boswel…
 
The November episode of The Cycling Podcast Féminin, with Orla Chennaoui, Rose Manley and Richard Moore, takes a look back at the recent races, discusses a controversial finish at Driedaagse De Panne, some interesting tactics at the Tour of Flanders and the late, late show at the Ceratizit Madrid Challenge, which finally ended the season. There are…
 
After five weeks, spanning the Giro d’Italia, classics and Vuelta a España, our daily coverage of ‘The Grandest Tour’ comes to an end with Ian Boswell, Lionel Birnie and Richard Moore discussing the final stage of the Vuelta in Madrid and the efforts made by organisers, teams and riders to successfully stage so many races in the middle of a global …
 
Ian Boswell joins Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie to talk about the penultimate and decisive stage of the Vuelta a España, and a thrilling finale that almost re-enacted the finish to the Tour de France – but not quite. The team discuss whether Primoz Roglic was in any real danger as Richard Carapaz launched a late bid to claim the race lead. It was…
 
Ian Boswell rejoins the team for stage 31 of The Grandest Tour, looking back at stage 16 of the Vuelta a España, ahead to Saturday’s decisive one, and also back at the Giro d’Italia. Boswell tells us what to expect on the final climb of the Vuelta, to Alto de la Covatilla, which he rode himself when the race was last there in 2018 and the stage was…
 
s the Vuelta a España reached stage 15, and The Grandest Tour reached stage 30, Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and François Thomazeau recap a day that had breakaway written all over it, but ended in a bunch sprint. We check in with Daniel Friebe and hear from our audio diarist, Nick Schultz, who was in the break that looked like it would stay away, a…
 
The latest episode of The Grandest Tour looks at two Grand Tours, with the latest from the Vuelta a España, with stage 14 won by Tim Wellens, and a look ahead to next year’s Tour de France, with the 2021 route announced on Sunday evening. Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie are joined by François Thomazeau, who picks out the most interesting stages of …
 
Mitch Docker sits down with his EF Pro Cycling teammate Hugh Carthy on the Vuelta a España's second rest day to talk about his stage win on the fearsome Angliru climb. Hugh talks about climbing, gearing, the World Tour's toughest mountains, team bus playlists, staying calm in the heat of the moment, pots of tea, butter pies, crumbly Lancashire chee…
 
The time trial stage of the Vuelta a España was always going to be important and it caused a re-shuffle at the top of general classification with Primoz Roglic taking the red jersey of race leader back from Richard Carapaz. Lizzy Banks joins Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie to discuss the stage and its implications for the race. They also debate the…
 
Our final episode of Kilometre 0 from The Grandest Tour is a look back at the Giro d’Italia and how it was won in the company of the winner, Tao Geoghegan Hart, and the runner-up, Jai Hindley. We also hear from Sunweb sports director Luke Roberts about what happened at the critical point in the race, when they tackled the Stelvio, and members of Th…
 
The Vuelta a España tackled the fearsome Angliru and in this episode Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Lizzy Banks review a thrilling final five kilometres that again changed the complexion of the overall race. The Angliru belonged to Preston's Hugh Carthy of EF Pro Cycling, who attacked twice on the climb to clinch his first Grand Tour stage victor…
 
As the Grandest Tour reaches stage 26 – and the Vuelta a España reaches stage 11 – Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Lizzy Banks look back on a day in the mountains that was won by the Frenchman David Gaudu while the overall favourites appeared to keep their powder dry for Sunday’s finish at the Angliru. We hear from our audio diarist, Nick Schultz …
 
Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie are again joined by guest host Lizzy Banks to recap stage 10 of the Vuelta a España. For the second successive day, the stage was largely unremarkable until after the finish. Confusion over the time gaps meant there was a while to wait until it was confirmed stage winner Primoz Roglic had reclaimed the leader's red j…
 
In this episode of Service Course, Lizzy Banks and Tom Whalley look at the increasingly important role that 3D printing is playing in bike design. They discuss the 3D printed bars that Filippo Ganna used to win 3 stages at the Giro and the World TT Championships. We also hear from Dimitris Katsanis who designs and builds the 3D printed bars for the…
 
In this episode, Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and François Thomazeau recap what would have been the quietest, least eventful Grand Tour stage of the season but for a late intervention by the race jury that relegated the race winner from first place. Did the jury make the correct decision? We discuss that and get the thoughts of Daniel Friebe from S…
 
Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie are again joined by François Thomazeau to discuss the eighth stage of the Vuelta a España, which offered some more clues as to who is going to be the strongest over three weeks. If Primoz Roglic seemed to falter in recent days as Richard Carapaz took over the leader’s jersey the Slovenian struck back on the Alto de M…
 
The Vuelta a España resumed on Tuesday and Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and François Thomazeau discuss an exciting stage won by the Canadian Mike Woods of EF Pro Cycling. We also hear from Woods as he is driven from the finish to the team hotel, and he tells us how he managed to outfox Alejandro Valverde and his other breakaway companions. There's …
 
In this, this instalment of the Grandest Tour Diaries, we hear the thoughts and reflections of our team on a thrilling edition of the pink race, as well as the reaction to the first six stages of the Vuelta a España. Thanks to Nathan Haas (Cofidis), Joe Dombrowski (UAE Team Emirates), Rick Zabel (Israel Start-Up Nation), James Knox (Deceuninck-Quic…
 
The Giro d’Italia concluded with the final time trial into Milan and an already simmering Vuelta a España bubbled into life in the freezing rain. Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Lizzy Banks recap all the racing, starting with analysis of the time trial which gave Tao Geoghegan Hart overall victory in the Giro ahead of Jai Hindley. We also hear fro…
 
Richard and Lionel are joined by professional rider Lizzy Banks as they discuss stage 19 at the Giro d'Italia and stage 4 at the Vuelta a España, though the main talking points were in Italy, where the riders staged a protest over the length of the stage and ended up covering much of the distance in their team buses. We hear from our audio diarists…
 
In this episode Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie are again joined by François Thomazeau to review stage 18 of the Giro d'Italia, which tackled the legendary Stelvio before the finish at Laghi di Cancano. We discuss the World Jacket Putting-On Championships and Team Sunweb's tactics and ask why the mood in the camp might not be ecstatic tonight consi…
 
In this episode of Kilometre 0 we hear more from our diarists in the Giro d'Italia peloton. They are Nathan Haas (Cofidis), Joe Dombrowski (UAE Team Emirates), Rick Zabel (Israel Start-Up Nation), James Knox (Deceuninck-Quick-Step), Cesare Benedetti (Bora-hansgrohe), Jacopo Guarnieri (Groupama-FDJ). Kilometre 0 by The Cycling Podcast is supported b…
 
For the second day in a row there are three races in three countries to discuss. Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie are joined by the star of our Tour de France coverage, François Thomazeau. In the first part we review stage 17 of the Giro d’Italia, where Aussie Ben O’Connor went one better than yesterday and took a vital victory for NTT Pro Cycling. …
 
Meet The Commissaire. In this episode of Life in the Peloton, Mitch Docker talks to one of the team of UCI officials who enforce the rules, dish out the penalties, and keep the peloton on the straight and narrow. Greg Griffiths is from Mitch's neck of the woods, in Melbourne, Australia, and every year he travels round the world working as a commiss…
 
Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie are joined by guest host and former Team Sky and Katusha-Alpecin professional Ian Boswell to discuss today's racing in three countries. It was a day to celebrate for Slovenia and one to commiserate for Jolien D’Hoore. We start in northern Spain, the Basque Country to be precise, where the Vuelta a España got underway…
 
"As long as I've been a good bike racer, I've had this problem." George Bennett has suffered from a long term health issue since the beginning of his career as a professional cyclist. Last winter he underwent surgery in attempt to correct it. He had a fantastic start to the season restart, winning Gran Piemonte and coming second to Jakob Fuglsang a…
 
Africa's premier cycling team has been around in various guises since 2007. Initially, as continental team MTN, which became pro-continental team MTN-Qhubeka, before joining the WorldTour as Dimension Data and now NTT. Gerald Ciolek took their first win at Milan Sanremo back in 2013. Shortly afterwards, the team was riding and winning stages at the…
 
In this episode we join Richard Moore and a good friend of the podcast in Belgium to review the Tour of Flanders, which featured a showdown between two riders whose rivalry began in cyclo-cross and are now destined to clash in the cobbled classics for years to come. Then it’s over to Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe to recap the first serious mounta…
 
With Daniel serving a one podcast ban (not really) for defaming an entire nation’s pronunciation of the words ‘pasta’ and ‘risotto’ it’s left to Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Ian Boswell to recap the Giro d’Italia’s time trial to Valdobbiadene in Prosecco country. Ineos Grenadiers will have plenty of reason to pop the cork on a bottle of the fiz…
 
For stage 13 of The Grandest Tour we are joined again by former professional Ian Boswell, who discusses the Giro d'Italia in the company of Richard Moore, Daniel Friebe and Lionel Birnie. There are audio diaries from Jacopo Guarnieri, the lead-out man for sprinter Arnaud Démare, and James Knox, an important teammate for Joao Almeida, who still hold…
 
In our latest episode, discussing stage 12 of the Giro d'Italia, Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie are joined by guest presenter Ian Boswell, the former professional rider with Team Sky and Katusha-Alpecin. It was a tough day in Italy, with heavy rain and cold weather turning a hilly stage into a battle for survival. We hear from James Knox of Deceun…
 
Our Giro Diaries series continues and this episode kicks off with Jacopo Guarnieri recapping a day's racing while having his post-race massage. We also hear from James Knox as he continues to defend his teammate João Almeida's maglia rosa and from Cesare Benedetti on Peter Sagan's first Giro stage win and first race victory since the 2019 Tour de F…
 
The Giro d’Italia had a transitional stage for the sprinters and we had a transitional podcast too, with Lionel Birnie joining Richard Moore to recap stage 11. With sprint finishes in Rimini and in Schoten at the Scheldeprijs, the question is, who’s the fastest? Arnaud Démare – who took his fourth stage victory of this Giro – or Caleb Ewan, who won…
 
In this episode of Kilometre 0 we hear from three of our diarists in the Giro d'Italia peloton. With Mitchelton-Scott and Jumbo-Visma having to pull out of the race because of a spate of coronavirus positive tests, Joe Dombrowski of UAE Team Emirates reacts to the news, talks about the difficulty of keeping the bubble secure and asks whether the ra…
 
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