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Best Lionel Birnie podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Lionel Birnie podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
Updated February 2020
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Hosted by Ned Boulting with David Millar, as ever, by his side. The two talk about lots of things, although they never stray far from the core issue, bike racing. Expect guests from the racing world and some proper old school reporting from the road side. Sponsored by CHPT3 and The Road Book.
A round-up of recent racing (already dated, because Ned couldn't find any WiFi - though the points are good ones), and then a special focus on Asia and the Tour de Langkawi - we hear from a rising star of sprinting, and chew the cud of the British cycling scene with John Herety, who happens to be in Malaysia.…
Ned is back from spending a few days with Chris Froome, and David has been watching the Tour Down Under (well, bits of it)By David Millar & Ned Boulting
Ned and David have a little think about mismatching kits, Steve Cummings, the Vuelta and Marathon running, while Rendell tells us all about his holiday with Peter Sagan, Nairo Quintana, Egan Bernal and Richard Carapaz... Visit CHPT3 here. And discover the delights of The Road Book here.By David Millar & Ned Boulting
Steve Cummings talks to Ned about a difficult decision, and looks back on a prestigious career. Visit CHPT3 here. And discover the delights of The Road Book here.By David Millar & Ned Boulting
With David otherwise detained, Ned reads from his Editor's Introduction which opens the 2019 Road Book, and looks backs on the best year on the road for a long, long time. Visit CHPT3 here. And discover the delights of The Road Book here.By David Millar & Ned Boulting
David and Ned turn their considerable attentions from Italy to the Tour de France 2020. And then there's a bit of straying. Obvs. Visit CHPT3 here. And discover the delights of The Road Book here.By David Millar & Ned Boulting
It's all about Italy in the Autumn. Plus astrophysics (obvs) and theology. The latest transfer news gets a airing, all while we wait for the climb up the Superga and the finale of Milano-Torino. Spoiler: we tell you what happens in the end. Follow @Yoannbagot on Twitter and find Bike’N Connect here. Visit CHPT3 here. And discover the delights of Th…
In our first attempt at remote podding we take a look ahead to the final, wonderful block of European mainland action. Matt Rendell previews the Italian autumn races. Then we stray off to space, this time as a metaphor for wonder and fear in the heart of a child. Visit CHPT3 here: www.chpt3.com Buy The Road Book here: www.theroadbook.co.uk Tags: Ep…
At the Harrogate finish line, Ned and David are put through a mixture of emotion, including irritation and occasional boredom. But it ends with colossal love. What a race. Visit CHPT3 here: www.chpt3.com Buy The Road Book here: www.theroadbook.co.ukBy David Millar & Ned Boulting
David and Ned hang out at the finish line of the Elite Women's Road Race, to follow events with a variety of guests, and a family perspective.By David Millar & Ned Boulting
This is the first episode from the CHPT3 and The Roadbook sponsored channel - there will also be a series of interviews called THE NEXT CHAPTER, coming soon. In this, the inaugural THE ROADBOOK episode, Ned and Dave talk about this new podcast, a continuation of the ground-breaking, and much researched REVUELTA podcast. We mention Stephen Fry, this…
Welcome to the first episode of The Cycling Anthology podcast.Journalists Richard Moore, Daniel Friebe and Lionel Birnie discuss the cycling books they enjoyed when they first became interested in the sport. They discuss the theory of Cyclonomics, examining cycling's complex relationship with money, before debating the legacy of Lance Armstrong's b…