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Access for gertventoux@gmail.com. Comment and analysis of all the Classics, The Giro d’Italia, Le Tour de France and La Vuelta a Espana – PLUS some bonus features along the way! Our shows, produced year round, are enjoyed the world over. Velocast Weekly Daily content from: - The Giro d’Italia - The Tour de France - The Vuelta a Espana - The Tour de Suisse - Criterium du Dauphiné - Giro di Lombardia Twitter: @velocastjohn Bonus content ------------------- Support the show and get access to AL ...
 
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Scott & John look back to an edition of the the Race of the Falling Leaves which produced a somewhat unexpected winner. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
Scott & John discuss yesterday's Gran Piemonte and look ahead to tomorrow's Il Lombardia. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
Day two of the Lombardia build up saw some of the same names from yesterday’s Tre Vali Varensine back in action, but also some new ones using the Milano-Torino as their platform for Saturday’s Race of the Falling Leaves. The 179 km event was always going to come down to the second ascent of the Superga and what a mighty tussle it turned out to ...…
 
Scott and John review a somewhat bizarre set of circumstances in the autumn Italian Classic. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
John tries to keep up with Sarah Connolly as they discuss the final women's events of the recent World Championships in Yorkshire. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
A look back at the Elite men’s road race of the UCI World Road Championships in Yorkshire this weekend, as well as the men’s u23 event: both of which were somewhat controversial for various reasons. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
We look ahead to the forthcoming Elite Men's Road Race and are joined by Sarah Connolly to discuss the Elite Women's event. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
We look at the transfers that might shape the 2020 season, and discuss the Time Trial events the UCI World Championships in Yorkshire. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
We discuss the final stage of the 2019 Vuelta a Espana before looking back to the past three weeks of racing. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
The penultimate stage of this year’s Vuelta provided the last opportunity for any kind of resorting in the general general classification before heading off to Madrid for the popping of the Cava corks and a final day sprint. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
A crash at 65 km to go caused a great deal of controversy over what Movistar did, or didn't do next. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
Stage 18 of this year’s Vuelta contained a quartet of cat 1 climbs and therefore a number of opportunities to put rivals in GC under pressure as the race edges towards its weekend conclusion. The question was, would anyone be prepared to take them? Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
Coming back from the final rest day, Stage 17 set off from Aranda de Duero apparently with words of warning ringing in the ears of the entire peloton. The post rest day trickiness was, by all accounts, not to come from the possibility of blocked legs but from the certainty of an almighty, echelon-forming crosswind. And what a stage it turned ou ...…
 
Stage 16 from Pravia to Alto de la Cubilla was the last chance for the GC men to test race leader Primoz Roglic ahead of the final rest day of the 2019 Vuelta. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
Stage 15 was another test for the GC men today. And the 154.4 km - and 4 cat 1 climbs - from Tineo to the summit finish at Santuario del Acebo certainly offered up lots of opportunities for those looking to unseat current red jersey Primoz Roglic. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
A massive crash just inside the 1 km marker marred the end of Stage 14, the 188 km from San Vicente de la Barquera to Oviedo. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
Stage 13 at this year’s Vuelta promised to be a test for the GC - a particularly cruel test that may yet see the organisers at The Hague facing charges over contravening the UN convention on Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
Stage 12 at the Vuelta was another day for the breakaway - perhaps unexpectedly so given the terrain on offer in the finale. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
A breakaway was predicted for Stage 11 from Saint-Palais to Urdax, and a breakaway was exactly what we got. What we also got was an astonishing, memorable win coming from that break. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
The question hanging over today’s Stage 10 Individual Time Trial at the 2019 Vuelta a Espana wasn’t so much who would take the win, or indeed who amongst the GC would take time against their rivals, more just how much time would everyone lose to Primoz Roglic and would those losses be considered insurmountable across the 11 stages left to race. ...…
 
Today’s Stage 9 at the Vuelta may only have been 94 km, but the final climb to Cortals d’Encamp produced more action than some Grand Tours have managed across their entire 21 stages. Strategies devised to put rivals to the sword ahead of tomorrow’s rest day were played out in horrific conditions that cut the live television feed for several min ...…
 
With a 21-man breakaway escaping the peloton early on Stage 8 and building up a lead of around 6 minutes we were set for a tantalising finale to see whether one among their ranks could make it to the line with enough of his gap intact to once again relieving Miguel Angel Lopez of the race lead. Click to view: show page on Awesound…
 
The final summit finish of the Vuelta’s opening week was suitably Spanish both in its punishing gradient and its victor. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
A second summit finish in a row meant another tough day for the riders and big changes in the general classification. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
The first summit finish of the 2019 Vuelta a Espana produced suitably high drama today. A trio containing two Burgos-BH men - Angel Madrazo with Jetse Bol - and Jose Herrada of Cofidis formed the day’s break and were given a hefty 11 min gap by the foot of the Alto de Javalambre, the day’s final climb. Click to view: show page on Awesound…
 
Today’s Stage 4, was 175.5 km from Cullera to El Puig and had to be decided by a photo finish. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
After the surprising GC shenanigans of yesterday, it was back to more traditional first week fare on Stage 3 of the Vuelta. The 3rd cat Puerto de Tibi, some 20 km from the line, proved to be a task too far for Fernando Gaviria, but unlike yesterday’s brutal Alto Puig de Llorenca it didn’t rule out the other sprinters for the finish. Click to vi ...…
 
The winner of today’s Stage 2, running 199.6 km from Benidorm to Calpe, was somewhat akin to Monty Python’s Spanish Inquisition in that his chief weapon was surprise...surprise and fear...fear and surprise.... His two weapons were fear and surprise...and ruthless efficiency.... Click to view: show page on Awesound…
 
Today the 74th edition of the Vuelta a Espana got underway with a 13.4 km Team Time Trial in Torrevieja. Team Dimension Data were given the honour of going out first while riding on home soil, Movistar were the last squad off the start ramp. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
We look ahead to the 74th edition of the Vuelta a Espana. Once seen as a kind of 3 week Spanish road championships held in the Spring, the Vuelta has now become the final Grand Tour of the cycling season, and has an international reputation of being as bat-poop crazy as a sleepover at Charlie Sheen’s house. Click to view: show page on Awesound…
 
John chats to Sarah Connolly, at one time likely the foremost expert on women's professional cycling. She retired from covering the sport in 2017 but her passion is still very evident. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
August: 'Tis the season to be transferred, tra-la-la-la.... as the old song almost goes goes. With the musical saddles season in full flow we look through the now fully disclosed worst kept secrets in cycling and discuss what they could mean for 2020. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
Following a crash with 50 km to go on the stage, Lotto-Soudal’s Bjorg Lambrecht was rushed to hospital by helicopter. However, his team confirmed last night that the 22-year old Belgian did not survive the surgery the medical staff undertook to try and save him. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
After 3 weeks, 21 stages, three & a half thousand km, and tributes to 100 years of the maillot jaune, and 50 years since Eddy Merckx won his first, the 2019 Tour de France ended with the now traditional sprint on the Champs Elysees Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
Ashley House brings you his final report from the 2019 Tour de France. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
Listeners to this show can think themselves damn lucky today. With the weather threatening to cancel the final Alpine stage completely Scott & John would have been left with no option but to discuss guitars, amps, and the woeful state of Western politics in the early 21st century. Thankfully, the stage went ahead. Click to view: show page on Aw ...…
 
Ashley House brings you all the news from the Tour de France. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
Fans of the Tour de France have been treated to many moments of high drama over the years. However, Stage 19 of the 2019 Tour could end up being considered as the most dramatic stage ever seen in the 116 years of this iconic event. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
Ashley House guides you through the morning papers in France ahead of today's Tour de France stage 19. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
Stage 18 from Embrun to Valloire took the peloton over the Hors Cat climbs of the Isoard and the Galibier today. And it was over the latter mythical mountain that the day’s action both on GC and for the stage win took place. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
Ashley House takes you through the morning's headlines in France ahead of today's stage 18. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
Stage 17 lived up to its “day for the break” billing as a group of 33 riders built up a lead in excess of 18 minutes. But given the two small climbs that stood between them and the downhill finish to Gap, this too large group was inevitably whittled down to just a handful as they approached the Col de la Sentinelle. Click to view: show page on ...…
 
Ashley House brings you all the headlines from a very hot and sticky Tour de France stage 17 start line. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
Back in the saddle for the final push towards Paris after the final rest day of this year’s Tour de France. Stage 16 was 177 km around Nimes and with temperatures touching 40 degrees there were many who were glad they had a relatively flat parcours to deal with. That’s not to suggest it was all plain sailing as there were some notable crashes a ...…
 
Another action packed day at the 2019 Tour de France. Tactics played out early - and indeed right the way across the 185 kilometres of stage 15 from Limoux to the summit finish of Prat d’Albis. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
Ashley House takes you through the morning's papers ahead of stage 15 at the Tour de France. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
The Tour de France has now visited the Tourmalet 58 times in its 116 year history, but today was only the third time a stage has finished on the great Pyrennean mountain. The first time was in 1947 when Jean-Pierre Danguillaume finished ahead of the struggling peloton, and this afternoon it was another Frenchman who took the win - more over the ...…
 
Ashley House brings you all the news from the start line of stage 14 of this year's Tour de France. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
The only individual time trial of this year’s Tour de France took place today around Pau, the gateway city to the Pyrenees. All eyes were on how the major GC riders would fare across the 27.2 hilly kilometres with the major mountains of this race still to come. Click to view: show page on Awesound
 
A gentle introduction to the Pyrenees for the peloton came via stage 12 of this year’s Tour de France. Across the 209.5 kms from Toulouse to Bagnères-de-Bigorre a 40-man break got away and built up the kind of lead that meant even with two first cat climbs ahead of them the day’s winner would be among their number. Click to view: show page on A ...…
 
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