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The Cycling News podcast is a podcast all about the world of professional cycling. Brought to you by the world centre of cycling, the Cycling News podcast reports from the biggest races, including the Tour de France, Giro d’Italia and interviews the stars of the sport.

The Cycling News podcast is a podcast all about the world of professional cycling. Brought to you by the world centre of cycling, the Cycling News podcast reports from the biggest races, including the Tour de France, Giro d’Italia and interviews the stars of the sport.
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The Cycling News podcast is a podcast all about the world of professional cycling. Brought to you by the world centre of cycling, the Cycling News podcast reports from the biggest races, including the Tour de France, Giro d’Italia and interviews the stars of the sport.

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English


Episodes

Behind the scenes at Prendas Ciclismo

11/16/2018
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Founded in 1996, Prendas Ciclismo have positioned themselves as one of the premiere and unique cycling brands in the industry. As well as being supporters of the Cyclingnews podcast, they have a rich and creative history in the sport, re-producing some of the most loved and iconic jerseys, as well as establishing their own line of clothing. In this exclusive episode of the Cyclingnews podcast, we ventured to Poole, Dorset to meet with Andy Storey, who has been with the company almost...

Duration:00:32:26

Landis: Lance, redemption and the future

11/6/2018
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The full and exclusive interview with Floyd Landis In this episode editor in chief Daniel Benson travels to Leadville, Colorado to interview Floyd Landis. Leadville sits around two hour’s drive from Denver, at over 10,000ft in altitude, and it’s where Landis now splits his time with New York, and we spent close to three days with Landis to talk about his past, his present and his future. Landis’ place within cycling’s history has been well covered, from his rise through the ranks to this...

Duration:01:16:40

Heinrich Haussler and the long road

10/11/2018
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Australian talks about his path into cycling, hurdles and the autumn of his career The Cyclingnews podcast is brought to you in association with Prendas Ciclismo, Pinarello and Floyds of Leadville. In this week's edition, we have an exclusive interview with Bahrain-Merida's Australian rider, Heinrich Haussler. The now 34-year-old turned professional back in 2005 with Gerolsteiner but his road into cycling started much earlier, when as a teenager he came to Germany, on his own, and...

Duration:00:43:26

UCI President David Lappartient – Exclusive Podcast.

10/3/2018
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In this edition of the Cyclingnews podcast, brought to you in association with Prendas Ciclismo, Pinarello and Floyds of Leadville, UCI President David Lappartient sits down for an exclusive interview with Kirsten Frattini and Stephen Farrand at the 2018 UCI Road World Championships in Innsbruck. During his visit, the UCI made several announcements about the reforms of both women’s and men’s professional bike racing, and he spoke with Cycingnews in detail about these upcoming reforms that...

Duration:00:31:06

World Championships wrap: Van der Breggen, Valverde, Alaphilippe and more

10/1/2018
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The 2018 World Championships came to a conclusion in Innsbruck on Sunday evening with Alejandro Valverde taking victory in the men’s road race after 15 years of trying. Anna van der Breggen also ended her long wait for the rainbow jersey with a dominant performance in the women’s road race. In this edition of the Cyclingnews Podcast, Sadhbh O’Shea, Stephen Farrand and Procycling’s Sam Dansie take a look back at the two showpiece events. We discuss how the favourites faired in each...

Duration:00:54:54

Worlds: Who will replace Peter Sagan as the next world champion?

9/28/2018
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Hear from Sagan, Alaphilippe, Bardet, Yates brothers, plus Van Vleuten and Spratt The road races have kicked off at the 2018 UCI Road World Championships in Innsbruck, Austria, and the marquee events are set to take place with the elite women on Saturday and the elite men on Sunday. In this edition of the Cyclingnews podcast, brought to you in association with Prendas Ciclismo, Pinarello and Floyds of Leadville, Kirsten Frattini, Sadhbh O’Shea and Stephen Farrand preview the upcoming elite...

Duration:00:39:01

World Championships: Dennis knocks Dumoulin off time trial throne

9/27/2018
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Hear from the medallists, Martin on broken back, Kwiatkowski looks ahead to road race Australia’s Rohan Dennis won his first-ever world title in the elite men’s individual time trial on Wednesday at the 2018 UCI Road World Championships in Innsbruck, Austria. A feat that he claimed has been four years in the making. In this edition of the Cyclingnews podcast, brought to you in association with Prendas Ciclismo, Pinarello and Floyds of Leadville, Kirsten Frattini, Stephen Farrand and...

Duration:00:37:44

World Championships: Dutch women dominate, Dumoulin and Dennis talk time trials

9/26/2018
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Hear from Van Vleuten, Van der Breggen and Evenepoel the Belgian wunderkind The individual time trials have started at the 2018 UCI Road World Championships with the junior women’s and under-23 men’s events on Monday followed by the junior men’s and elite women’s event on Tuesday. In this edition of the Cyclingnews podcast, brought to you in association with Prendas Ciclismo, Pinarello and Floyds of Leadville,Kirsten Frattini and Stephen Farrand discuss the success and disappointments,...

Duration:00:40:59

World Championships: Jungels, Dennis, Van der Breggen talk team time trial

9/24/2018
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Van der Breggen expresses disappointment at loss of trade team event The 2018 UCI Road World Championships have kicked off in Innsbruck, Austria, in the mountainous Tirol region of the Alps, with the elite women’s and men’s trade team time trails on Sunday. In this edition of the Cyclingnews podcast, brought to you in association with Prendas Ciclismo, Pinarello and Floyds of Leadville, Kirsten Frattini and Stephen Farrand discuss winning teams Quick-Step Floors and Canyon-SRAM. It was...

Duration:00:23:09

To hell and back- A World Championships preview

9/21/2018
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The World Championships in Innsbruck are just around the corner with the team time trial due to bring up the curtain on the event this Sunday. There will be eight days of action in the Austrian city, which will feature some of the toughest Worlds courses in recent memory. In this week’s edition of the Cyclingnews Podcast the team of Sadhbh O’Shea, Patrick Fletcher and Procycling editor Ed Pickering take a look at what’s to come in Innsbruck. We talk about the demise of the team time...

Duration:00:46:24

Wrapping up the Canadian WorldTour races

9/10/2018
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Michael Matthews (Team Sunweb) brought the curtain down on the Canadian WorldTour races on Sunday with a win in the GP Montreal. The victory cemented his ‘double’ after winning the GP Quebec last week. The two races also saw the end of Simon Gerrans’ WorldTour career. The Australian was the last rider to win the Canadian double, back in 2014, and we discuss his career and extensive palmares, as well as Matthews’, who exclusively talks to Cyclingnews about how he modeled his recent...

Duration:00:32:03

Quebec preview and Van Avermaet exclusive interview

9/7/2018
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Ahead of the Grand Prix Cycliste de Quebec the Cyclingnews team sit down and preview the first of two Canadian WorldTour races of the season. We look at the main favourites, discuss who has the form, motivation and the support to triumph that has seen the likes of Peter Sagan and Simon Gerrans both triumph on in the past. We also bring you an exclusive interview with Olympic road champion Greg Van Avermaet (BMC Racing0). The Belgian rider talks about how the new CCC team will be built...

Duration:00:23:18

Michael Matthews – Exclusive podcast interview

9/6/2018
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Heartbreak at missing the Worlds, a year of hard knocks and his love for the bike We’re in Canada, ahead of the two World Tour races and we’ll be bringing you several podcasts over the coming days. First up, we have an exclusive interview with Michael Matthews from Team Sunweb. The Australian has had a difficult year beset by injury, illness and bad luck. We sat down with him in the centre of Quebec’s old town to talk about his season. Matthews provides a very personal, honest and open...

Duration:00:26:00

Vuelta analysis, Aqua Blue fallout and the future for Mark Cavendish

9/1/2018
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On the latest episode of the Cyclingnews podcast, brought to you in association with Prendas Ciclismo, Pinarello and Floyds of Leadville, we look back at the first six stages of the Vuelta a Espana and hear from Richie Porte and former race leader Michal Kwiatkowski. Ed Pickering and Daniel Benson dissect the first six stages and the GC battle as the race heads towards Sunday’s first major mountain test, while the team from Cyclingnews and Procycling also analyze the fallout from Aqua...

Duration:00:46:34

Vuelta a Espana preview featuring Sagan, Yates, Porte and York

8/24/2018
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On the latest episode of the Cyclingnews podcast – brought to you by our friends at Prendas Ciclismo, Pinarello and Floyds of Leadville, the team of Philippa York, Patrick Fletcher and Daniel Benson preview the 2018 Vuelta a Espana. We hear from Richie Porte (BMC Racing), Simon Yates (Mitchelton Scott), and Peter Sagan (Bora hansgrohe), whilst also debating the chances for a number of the GC contenders. Porte arrives at the race with a minor illness but is leading BMC Racing in the final...

Duration:00:52:25

Planning for the future: The Yates brothers and Mitchelton-Scott

8/21/2018
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After a couple of weeks away the Cyclingnews Podcast is back. This week’s episode features exclusive interviews with Matt White, and both Adam and Simon Yates. Recorded on the final rest-day at the Tour de France, and just after the news of the brothers' re-signing with Mitchelton Scott was announced, Cyclingnews editor Daniel Benson sat down with the two riders to talk about why they decided to stay with the Australian team, the steps that brought them to the WorldTour team in the first...

Duration:00:21:23

Tour de France final analysis featuring Thomas, Froome and Dumoulin

8/2/2018
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It has been a few days since the 2018 Tour de France concluded and the Cyclingnews team are back home to record the final podcast relating this this year’s race. The dust has finally settled, we’ve had a chance to decompress after a long three, and taken stock of the how the three-week race unfolded. As well as looking at the final week of racing, we also discuss where Chris Froome and Geraint Thomas go from here, both in terms of their hopes to lead Team Sky in the future, and as to...

Duration:01:08:08

Thomas comes through final mountain test after Roglic rises to third

7/27/2018
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Welcome to the Cyclingnews podcast, brought to you by Prendas Ciclismo, Pinarello and Floyds of Leadville. As the sun sets on the Tour’s 19th stage, between Lourdes and Laruns, so the ambitions of Geraint Thomas’s rivals are slowly sinking below the horizon. In one of the hardest stages of the 2018 Tour, crossing multiple climbs, the Welshman extended his overall advantage over second-placed Tom Dumoulin to two minutes and five seconds. With only a 31-kilometre time trial and the Paris...

Duration:00:32:30

Tour de France: Quintana wins, Thomas takes control and Froome loses ground

7/25/2018
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Stage 17 of the Tour de France confirmed that Geraint Thomas (Team Sky) is now the clear favourite to win the overall title. On a short, sharp stage that started in Bagnères-de-Luchon, and crossed the Col de Peyresourde and Col de Val Louron Azet en route to the finish on the Col de Portet, Thomas matched nearly all his rivals and gained time on both Tom Dumoulin and Primoz Roglic. His teammate and four-time Tour winner, Chris Froome, finished almost a minute behind the Welshman, while...

Duration:00:25:59

Tour de France: Thomas' predictions, Brailsford's astonishing press conference

7/24/2018
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After the final Tour de France rest day on Monday, the race kicked back into gear with the first stage in the Pyrenees and a finish in Luchon. Julian Alaphilippe took the honours after Adam Yates crashed while leading, and the GC battle flickered but never burst into flames. Earlier in the stage, the race was neutralized after police were forced to use pepper spray on a group of protesters - with some of the chemicals reaching the riders and forcing a break in proceedings. In this Tour de...

Duration:00:47:38