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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

Tour de France route preview

6/22/2018
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With the Tour de France on the horizon and a volley of teams starting to announce their eight-man rosters for the race, Cyclingnews sits down with EF Education First Drapac – powered by Cannondale’s Tom Southam to analyse and pick apart the race route. The profile of this year’s Tour can be neatly divided into two halves with the first portion dominated by sprints, cross-winds, cobbles and the team time trial. The second half of the race will see the peloton – or rather what’s left of it –...

Duration:00:49:12

Tour de France contender analysis & Van Avermaet interview

6/19/2018
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Aside from Chris Froome and Tom Dumoulin we’ve seen nearly all of the pre-race favourites for this year’s Tour de France race over the last two weeks. From the Criterium du Dauphine, to the Tour de Suisse and everything in between, there have been impressively strong performances from some candidates, while several still have a way to go before finding their best form. In the latest edition of the Cyclingnews podcast, brought to you in association with Prendas Ciclismo, Pinarello and...

Duration:00:50:35

Tour de Suisse: Porte in yellow, Greipel’s contract, Mitchelton team meeting

6/13/2018
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It’s the end of stage 5 at the Tour de Suisse, and in the latest edition of the Cyclingnews podcast, brought to you in association with Prendas Ciclismo, Pinarello, and Floyds of Leadville, we look back at the first mountain-top finish of this year’ race. We start with Mitchelton Scott, who kindly allowed us onto their team bus in order to listen to their pre-stage meeting. Conducted by Matt Wilson, the squad made detailed plans about the stage, with each of their riders given precise...

Duration:00:35:59

Tour de Suisse: Sagan, BMC share the spoils and Southam guests

6/10/2018
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Following on from a short break after the Giro d’Italia the Cyclingnews podcast returns from the Tour de Suisse. Looking back over the opening weekend, in which BMC Racing and Peter Sagan both enjoyed victories, we analyse the race so far and hear from Sagan, Michael Matthews and Fernando Gaviria. We’re also joined by special guest Tom Southam from EF Education First Drapac, powered by Cannondale, who takes us through the race so far, his team’s ambitions for Suisse, the dying art of the...

Duration:00:27:41

The Froome debate and conclusions from the 2018 Giro d’Italia

5/31/2018
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The 2018 Giro d’Italia may have concluded last Sunday but the debates and opinions surrounding the race and the manner of Chris Froome’s (Team Sky) final overall victory in Rome have shown no signs of softening. Froome effectively won the race with an 80-kilometre solo attack on stage 19 in which he put over three minutes into a number of his GC rivals. Until that point Froome, who is still awaiting a decision over his adverse analytical finding for salbutamol from the 2017 Vuelta a...

Duration:00:51:53

Giro d’Italia 2018 rest day analysis

5/21/2018
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The latest episode of the Cyclingnews podcast, brought to you in association with Prendas Ciclismo, Pinarello, and Floyds of Leadville, comes on the third rest day of the 2018 Giro d’Italia. A week on from our previous rest day podcast, there are plenty of developments to discuss, chiefly Simon Yates’ continued dominance, Tom Dumoulin’s growing consistency, and Chris Froome’s short-lived resurgence. We’ll hear from all three, with reaction from Sappada from Yates and Dumoulin and rest...

Duration:00:46:20

Yates soars, Froome flops – Giro d’Italia rest day

5/14/2018
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It’s the second rest day of the 2018 Giro d’Italia and the Cyclingnews team are back to dissect the latest developments in Italy. Since our last episode after last week’s Mount Etna stage, the general classification took further shape at the weekend with summit finishes on Montevergine di Mercogliano and Gran Sasso d’Italia. Chris Froome crashed on the former and lost a minute on the latter, and we’ll hear from the Team Sky rider as he sat down with the press near the Adriatic coast on...

Duration:00:45:48

Reading the runes on Etna

5/11/2018
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In the latest episode of the Cyclingnews Podcast, we take a look at the first week of the Giro d’Italia and read the runes after the first summit finish of the race on Mount Etna. It was a perfect day for Mitchelton-Scott, with Esteban Chaves winning the stage and Simon Yates taking the overall lead, and we discuss whether one of them can win the Giro d’Italia, and how the Australian team play their cards from here on in. We hear from Yates to get his reaction to the day’s events, along...

Duration:00:36:46

Giro d’Italia 2018 preview podcast

5/3/2018
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With the 2018 Giro d’Italia less than 24 hours away Cyclingnews and Procycling look ahead to the first Grand Tour of the season. Analyzing the route with Giro d’Italia European Editor, Stephen Farrand, and featuring Chris Froome and defending champion Tom Dumoulin, we look ahead to the next three weeks, with the Giro starting in Israel on Friday with a 9.9km time trial. The race heads to Sicily after Monday’s first rest-day, before arriving on the Italian mainland for stage 7. It’s a...

Duration:00:54:43

Fuglsang’s class, Bernal’s promise and Roglic’s resolve

4/29/2018
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In our final instalment of the Cyclingnews podcast from the Tour de Romandie we hear from stage 4 winner Jakob Fuglsang (Astana) and climbing sensation Egan Bernal (Team Sky). With one stage to go Primoz Roglic (LottoNL Jumbo) leads Bernal by eight seconds, with last year’s winner Richie Porte (BMC Racing) rounding out the podium. Philippa York and Cyclingnews editor Daniel Benson look back at Saturday’s key mountain stage and analyse the performances from the top GC riders. We discuss...

Duration:00:17:50

Tour de Romandie: Mountain time trial analysis

4/27/2018
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In tonight’s episode of the Cyclingnews podcast, brought to you in association with Prendas Ciclismo, Pinarello and Floyds of Leadville, we look back at an exciting stage 3 at the Tour de Romandie. The stage was won by Egan Bernal of Team Sky, while Primoz Roglic finished second, and just held onto his race lead. Bernal was the fastest up the 9.9km mountain time trial but his teammate Geraint Thomas, suffered on the climb, losing well over two minutes, and his chances of a high overall...

Duration:00:22:30

Tour de Romandie: De Gendt triumph, sprinters stall, TT preview

4/26/2018
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Hello and welcome to the Cyclingnews podcast, brought to you in association with Prendas Cicilismo , Pinarello and Floyds of Leadville. In our latest episode, we hear from Thomas De Gendt, Michael Matthews, and Dan Martin. We look back at stage 2 of the Tour de Romandie before making some predictions ahead of Friday’s all-important stage 3 time trial. Joining us once again, Phillippa York, who provides here in depth view on Friday’s time trial.

Duration:00:26:47

Matthews strikes at Romandie, Nieve returns, Thomas looks solid

4/24/2018
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In the latest episode of the Cyclingnews podcast - brought to you in association with Prendas Ciclismo, Pinarello and Floyds of Leadville - Daniel Benson and Philippa York look back at the prologue from the Tour de Romandie. Michael Matthews came out on top, and won his first race of the campaign, with Tom Bohli and Primoz Roglic rounding out the top three. Matthews has had a difficult start to the season due to injury and illness but he showed the rest of the field a clean pair of heels...

Duration:00:21:14

Tour de Romandie preview with Philippa York and Allan Peiper

4/23/2018
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In this edition of the Cyclingnews podcast, brought to you in association with Prendas Ciclismo, Pinarello and Floyds of Leadville, we are joined by Philippa York at the Tour de Romandie. York sits down with Allan Peiper to reminisce about racing in the 1980s and early 1990s and how racing has changed in the years since. The pair had not met for 25 years until today. It’s the night before the Tour de Romandie begins with a prologue start. It’s set to be a great race, with a stacked field...

Duration:00:17:57

Fleche wrap, Alps update and Holy Week

4/19/2018
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With the Ardennes Classics in full flow, Giro d’Italia contenders going toe-to-toe in the Alps, and our first documentary film recently launched, there was plenty to get our teeth into in the latest episode of the Cyclingnews Podcast. Recorded just after the conclusion of La Flèche Wallonne, Daniel Benson is joined by Patrick Fletcher to discuss and dissect the racing, with a coming-of-age victory of Frenchman Julian Alaphilippe and continued dominance on the women’s side from Anna van...

Duration:00:33:37

Tom Boonen: The rise of a legend in Paris-Roubaix 2002

4/4/2018
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Tom who? That was the question on many peoples’ lips at the end of the 100th edition of Paris Roubaix in 2002. The race was fittingly won by the Lion of Flanders, Johan Museeuw but behind him that day, and in third place was a young rider by the name of Tom Boonen. Boonen, just 21 at the time, had been ear-marked for greatness since his junior days but during one of the most epic editions of Paris Roubaix the boy became a man and in the 14 years since the Belgian has gone on to establish...

Duration:00:32:36

Gent-Wevelgem and Dwars door Vlaanderen analysis, Tour of Flanders preview

3/29/2018
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In this week’s episode of the Cyclingnews podcast – brought to you in association with Prendas Ciclismo, Pinarello and Floyds of Leadville – we look back at the action from Dwars door Vlaanderen and Gent-Wevelgem, before turning our attention to this weekend’s Tour of Flanders. We hear from Peter Sagan, Greg Van Avermaet and Marta Bastianelli on their latest results, while Ed Pickering, editor of Procycling, and as luck would have it, author of a new book, The Ronde, joins us. Pickering...

Duration:00:41:11

Milan-San Remo review

3/20/2018
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In this week’s edition of the Cyclingnews podcast - brought to you in association with Prendas Ciclismo, Pinarello and Floyds of Leadville – we look back at a nail-biting edition of Milan-San Remo. Vincenzo Nibali (Bahrain-Merida) stole the show with a daring attack on the Poggio, and despite a flurry of counter-attacks and a late chase, the Italian held on for a famous victory. At the finish we hear from Nibali, along with Caleb Ewan (second), Alexander Kristoff (fourth), and Peter...

Duration:00:30:42

Milan-San Remo preview and Tirreno talking points

3/15/2018
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In this week’s episode of the Cyclingnews podcast, we have exclusive interviews with Peter Sagan, Marcel Kittel, Michal Kwiatkowski and Pippo Pozzato. Recorded on the morning of the final time trial at Tirreno-Adriatico, our very own Stephen Farrand and Daniel Benson look back at the major talking points from the Italian WorldTour race, and then discuss the form of the main contenders for Saturday’s Milan-San Remo. At Tirreno-Adriatico Kwiatkowski conquered all with a complete...

Duration:00:30:24

Tirreno Adriatico: mountain showdown featuring Thomas, Dumoulin and Bennett

3/10/2018
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In the latest episode of the Cyclingnews podcast - in association with Prendas Ciclismo, Pinarello and Floyds of Leadville – we look back at a thrilling stage 4 at Tirreno-Adriatico. As expected, it all came down to the final climb to Sarnano Sassotetto. The stage was won in impressively fashion by Mikel Landa (Movistar), who held off Rafal Majka (Bora-Hansgrohe), George Bennett (LottoNL-Jumbo) and Fabio Aru (Astana). The turning point came when race leader Geraint Thomas (Team Sky)...

Duration:00:22:13