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The Cycling Podcast
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 Slaying the Badger and Sky’s the Limit, Daniel Friebe writes for Procycling and is author of The Cannibal, a biography of five-time Tour winner Eddy Merckx, and Lionel Birnie is co-editor of The Cycling Anthology, a collection of essays about the Tour de France.
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In the November episode of The Cycling Podcast Féminin Richard Moore, Orla Chennaoui and Rose Manley discuss the latest events in women's cycling. There's an interview with Lucy Kennedy of Australia and Mitchelton-Scott at the recent Taiwan KOM Challenge, which she won, and we hear from French rider Audrey Cordon-Ragot on her move from Wiggle-High5 to Trek-Segafredo. Rachel McKinnon recently became the first trans woman to win a world cycling title, taking gold in the sprint in the 35-44 age group at the UCI Masters Championships. We discuss the possible implications for women's sport and speak to Madeleine Pape, a former runner turned academic and an authority on efforts by sports bodies at gender verification, including setting levels of testosterone for female athletes. "Gender verification," she has said, "whether it relies on genetics, DNA, hormones, or gonads, is destined to fail." There's also an interview with Isabel Best, author of a new book, Queens of Pain: Legends and Rebels of Cycling. The Cycling Podcast Féminin is supported by Rapha, Skoda and Science in Sport. **The Cycling Podcast Live shows** Tickets are available for our live show at St David's Hall in Cardiff on November 27\. To join Richard, Lionel and Orla, go to the [Live Events page](https://thecyclingpodcast.com/live-events) on our website to buy tickets. **Become a Friend of the Podcast** Become a Friend of The Cycling Podcast and get access to our library of feature-length special episodes. Recent highlights include the #NoGoTour with Conor Dunne and Larry Warbasse and an extended interview with Louison Bobet. Go to the [Friends of the Podcast](https://thecyclingpodcast.com/friends) page. **Thank you to our sponsors** Check out Rapha's Commuter Jacket on the [Rapha website.](https://rapha.cc) **Discount code: ** Listeners to The Cycling Podcast can get 25% off their Science In Sport energy products by going to the [Science in Sport website](https://scienceinsport.com) and entering the code SISCP25 on checkout. **Episode sponsor** Thank you to our episode sponsors, The Economist. Text BIKES to 78070 for a free print copy of The Economist. **Get in touch** We love hearing from our listeners. Send your questions and comments to us by email contact@thecyclingpodcast.com Find us on Facebook, Instagram or send us a tweet @cycling_podcast
November 14 | Tour de France winner Geraint Thomas speaks to The Cycling Podcast this week as he recalls his victory in July, discusses training in Tenerife and his chances of repeating his success in another Grand Tour — and takes issue with the podcast’s Richard Moore for dismissing him as a potential winner, even after he won back to back stages in the Alps! Richard, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe also discuss the latest news and we hear from podcast regulars François Thomazeau, Ciro Scognamiglio, Seb Piquet and Orla Chennaoui. The Cycling Podcast is supported by **Rapha** and **Science in Sport** **The Cycling Podcast Live shows** Tickets are available for our live show at St David's Hall in Cardiff on November 27\. To join Richard, Lionel and Orla, go to [thecyclingpodcast.com/live-events](https://thecyclingpodcast.com/live-events) to buy tickets. **Become a Friend of the Podcast** Become a Friend of The Cycling Podcast and get access to our library of feature-length special episodes. Recent highlights include the #NoGoTour with Conor Dunne and Larry Warbasse and an extended interview with Louison Bobet. Go to The Friends of The Cycling Podcast page at [thecyclingpodcast.com/friends](https://thecyclingpodcast.com/friends) **Thank you to our sponsor****s** Check out Rapha's Commuter Jacket at [rapha.cc](https://www.rapha.cc) Discount code: Listeners to The Cycling Podcast can get 25% off their Science In Sport energy products by going to [scienceinsport.com](https://www.scienceinsport.com/) and entering the code **SISCP25** on checkout. **Episode sponsor** Thank you to our episode sponsors, Beer52.com. If you would like to get a case of 8 craft beers delivered to your door (for just £2.95 postage charge) go to [beer52.com/cycling](https://www.beer52.com/cycling) **Get in touch** We love hearing from our listeners. Send your questions and comments to us by email contact@thecyclingpodcast.com Find us on Facebook, Instagram or send us a tweet [@cycling_podcast](https://twitter.com/cycling_podcast)
November 7 | In this bumper episode of The Cycling Podcast, Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe look at the long-established route into the professional ranks for young riders – the stagiaire system – and hear an extended interview with Freddy Ovett, who rode as a stagiaire for BMC Racing earlier this year. Each year many of the World Tour teams offer stagiaire placements to young riders for a variety of reasons – to introduce a new signing to the team, to offer a taste of the pro peloton to a talented prospect or to make up their minds on a rider they’re not 100 per cent sure about. We discuss how the system works and look at success rate for riders who sample this kind of work experience or extended job interview. Then we hear from Freddy Ovett, who was in conversation with Richard earlier this year. His surname will be familiar to anyone who followed world-class athletics in the late 1970s and 1980s because Freddy’s father is 1980 Olympic 800m champion Steve Ovett. Freddy Ovett, who was also a talented runner, talks about how he switched to cycling and is still determined to make it into the pro ranks even if the stopwatch is starting to tick. With The Cycling Podcast set for a sell-out live show at the Clapham Grand theatre next week, and with a date at Cardiff’s St David’s Hall at the end of the month, we round off the episode with a couple of clips from one of our live shows in Edinburgh this spring, featuring Lionel and François Thomazeau. The Cycling Podcast is supported by **Rapha** and **Science in Sport**. **The Cycling Podcast Live shows** Tickets are available for our live show at St David's Hall in Cardiff on November 27\. To join Richard, Lionel and Orla, go to [thecyclingpodcast.com/live-events](thecyclingpodcast.com/live-events) to buy tickets. **Become a Friend of the Podcast** Become a Friend of The Cycling Podcast and get access to our library of feature-length special episodes. Recent highlights include the #NoGoTour with Conor Dunne and Larry Warbasse and an extended interview with Louison Bobet. Go to The Friends of The Cycling Podcast page at [thecyclingpodcast.com/friends](thecyclingpodcast.com/friends) **Thank you to our sponsors** Check out Rapha's new Explore range at [rapha.cc](rapha.cc) **Discount code:** Listeners to The Cycling Podcast can get 25% off their Science In Sport energy products by going to [scienceinsport.com](scienceinsport.com) and entering the code **SISCP25** on checkout. **Episode sponsor** Thank you to our episode sponsors, Harry's. If you would like to get a free Harry's razor trial set delivered to your door (for just £3.95 postage charge) go to [harrys.com/cycling](harrys.com/cycling) **Get in touch** We love hearing from our listeners. Send your questions and comments to us by email contact@thecyclingpodcast.com Find us on Facebook, Instagram or send us a tweet @cycling_podcast
November 1 | In another packed episode of The Cycling Podcast, Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe give their snap reaction to the 2019 Giro d'Italia route, which will stay in Italy (bar a brief incursion into San Marino) and will feature some serious climbing in the second half of the race. With the race starting in Bologna next May, Lionel attempts to draw Daniel into a debate about how to make authentic bolognese sauce. We also discuss Christian Prudhomme's proposal to ban power meters from the Tour de France and ask whether it would change the way grand tours are raced. We also update the Aqua Blue Sport team situation following the team's sudden halt earlier this year and hear from their rider Andy Fenn, who is still looking for a team for the 2019 season. And in the final part we turn our attention to track racing and hear from Callum Skinner and Chris Hoy on the trend for sprinters to use bigger gears and whether this is changing the demands of the event. The Cycling Podcast is supported by [Rapha](www.rapha.cc) and [Science in Sport](www.scienceinsport.com). **The Cycling Podcast Live shows** Tickets are available for our live show at St David's Hall in Cardiff on November 27\. To join Richard, Lionel and Orla, go to [thecyclingpodcast.com/live-events](thecyclingpodcast.com/live-events) to buy tickets. **Become a Friend of the Podcast** Become a Friend of The Cycling Podcast and get access to our library of feature-length special episodes. Recent highlights include the #NoGoTour with Conor Dunne and Larry Warbasse and an extended interview with Louison Bobet. Go to [The Friends of The Cycling Podcast page](www.thecyclingpodcast.com/friends). **Thank you to our sponsors** Check out Rapha's new Explore range at [rapha.cc](www.rapha.cc) **Discount code:** Listeners to The Cycling Podcast can get 25% off their Science In Sport energy products by going to [scienceinsport.com](www.scienceinsport.com) and entering the code **SISCP25** on checkout. **Get in touch** We love hearing from our listeners. Send your questions and comments to us by email contact@thecyclingpodcast.com Find us on Facebook, Instagram or send us a tweet @cycling_podcast
The first episode of The Cycling Podcast: No Brakes features the recent Milan Red Hook criterium, one of the new events that has gained a big following and a place on cycling's 'alternative calendar.' Calvert Churchill and Keira McVitty report from Milan, speaking to some of the organisers and riders, including Red Hook founder David Trimble and Angus Morton, the Australian who has ridden as a professional on the road for a number of years. Morton says that events like Red Hook, a fixed-wheel criterium that combines the spirits and bike handling skills of the cycling courier work, the craft of track racing and the speed of city-centre criteriums, are "the future of cycling" and that the UCI and pro teams should be taking note. The Cycling Podcast is supported by Rapha and Science in Sport. **The Cycling Podcast Live shows** Tickets are available for our live show at St David's Hall in Cardiff on November 27\. To join Richard, Lionel and Orla, [go to the Live Events Page to buy tickets.](https://thecyclingpodcast.com/live-events) **Become a Friend of the Podcast** Become a Friend of The Cycling Podcast and get access to our library of feature-length special episodes. Recent highlights include the #NoGoTour with Conor Dunne and Larry Warbasse and an extended interview with Louison Bobet. [Go to The Friends of The Cycling Podcast page.](https://thecyclingpodcast.com/friends) **Sponsors** Check out Rapha's new Explore range on the [Rapha website](https://rapha.cc). Listeners to The Cycling Podcast can get 25% off their Science In Sport energy products by going to the [Science in Sport Website](https://scienceinsport.com) and entering the code SISCP25 on checkout. Thanks to our episode sponsor Harry's. If you are a UK listener and would like to get a free Harry's razor set delivered to your door (for just the £3.95 postage price) go to [harrys.com/cycling](www.harrys.com/cycling) Our other episode sponsor is The Economist magazine. [The Economist](https://www.economist.com/) has been delivering trustworthy news for 170 years and helps you understand the stories that shape our world. To get a free print copy of The Economist delivered to your door, text the word **CYCLING** to 78070\. Get in touch We love hearing from our listeners. Send your questions and comments to us by email contact@thecyclingpodcast.com Find us on Facebook, Instagram or send us a tweet @cycling_podcast
October 26 | The 2019 World Tour season finally drew to a close with the Tour of Guangxi last week and this week the route for the 2019 Tour de France was unveiled. Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe assess the 2019 Tour, which will take the peloton in a diagonal from Brussels to the south west and then across to the Alps before the traditional final stage in Paris. What does the 2019 route say about the Tour? Who will the route suit? And just as importantly what will be on the menu next July? We also get a taste of François Thomazeaus's French flavour… The Cycling Podcast is supported by [Rapha](www.rapha.cc) and [Science in Sport](www.scienceinsport.com). **The Cycling Podcast Live shows** Tickets are available for our live show at St David's Hall in Cardiff on November 27\. To join Richard, Lionel and Orla, go to [thecyclingpodcast.com/live-events](thecyclingpodcast.com/live-events) to buy tickets. **Become a Friend of the Podcast** Become a Friend of The Cycling Podcast and get access to our library of feature-length special episodes. Recent highlights include the #NoGoTour with Conor Dunne and Larry Warbasse and an extended interview with Louison Bobet. [Go to The Friends of The Cycling Podcast page.](https://thecyclingpodcast.com/friends) **Sponsors** Check out Rapha's new Explore range at [rapha.cc](rapha.cc) Listeners to The Cycling Podcast can get 25% off their Science In Sport energy products by going to [scienceinsport.com](www.scienceinsport.com) and entering the code **SISCP25** on checkout. Thanks to our episode sponsor Shipstation. If you sell online now you can use Shipstation to make despatching to your customers easier. Our listeners can get a free 30-day trial at [Shipstation.com](Shipstation.com) by using the code **CYCLING**. Get in touch We love hearing from our listeners. Send your questions and comments to us by email **contact@thecyclingpodcast.com** Find us on [Facebook](https://www.facebook.com/TheCyclingPodcast/), [Instagram](https://www.instagram.com/thecyclingpodcast/) or send us a tweet [@cycling_podcast](https://twitter.com/cycling_podcast)
October 17 | In the latest episode of The Cycling Podcast Richard Moore and Daniel Friebe discuss Thibaut Pinot’s win at Il Lombardia and we hear from Pinot himself, who discusses Strava art, the disappointment that will haunt him and his plans for 2019. There’s also an interview with 22 year old British rider James Shaw, who has lost his place with Lotto-Soudal and tells us about the challenge of being a young rider in the World Tour. And Hannah Troop reports from the Tour of Turkey, where we hear from Sam Bennett and James Knox. The Cycling Podcast is supported by [Rapha](www.rapha.cc) and [Science in Sport](www.scienceinsport.com). **The Cycling Podcast Live shows** Tickets are available for our live show at St David's Hall in Cardiff on November 27\. To join Richard, Lionel and Orla, go to [thecyclingpodcast.com/live-events](thecyclingpodcast.com/live-events) to buy tickets. **Become a Friend of the Podcast** Become a Friend of The Cycling Podcast and get access to our library of feature-length special episodes. Recent highlights include the #NoGoTour with Conor Dunne and Larry Warbasse and an extended interview with Louison Bobet. [thecyclingpodcast.com/friends](thecyclingpodcast.com/friends) **Sponsors** Check out Rapha's new Explore range at [rapha.cc](rapha.cc) Listeners to The Cycling Podcast can get 25% off their Science In Sport energy products by going to [scienceinsport.com](scienceinsport.com) and entering the code **SISCP25** on checkout. Thanks to our episode sponsor **Harry's** razors. All UK listeners can get a **free trial set** delivered to their door. You just pay for delivery. Go to [harrys.com/cycling](www.harrys.com/cycling) **Get in touch** We love hearing from our listeners. Send your questions and comments to us by email **contact@thecyclingpodcast.com** **Find us on [Facebook](https://www.facebook.com/TheCyclingPodcast/), [Instagram](https://www.instagram.com/thecyclingpodcast/) or send us a tweet [@cycling_podcast](www.twitter.com/cycling_podcast)**
135: From Canada to the CPA

135: From Canada to the CPA

2018-09-1901:10:431

September 18 | The first post-Vuelta podcast features a report from the Canadian World Tour races from François Thomazeau, including interviews with Michael Matthews, Nathan Haas and Simon Gerrans. David Millar tells us about his bid to become president of the professional cyclists’ association, and there’s a response from the CPA. There are extracts from the diaries kept by Mark Downey at the Tour of Britain and Conor Dunne and Larry Warbasse at the #NoGoTour, and Ned Boulting tells us about the Tour de Ned. The Cycling Podcast is supported by Rapha and Science in Sport
6: The pioneer

6: The pioneer

2017-07-0700:19:30

This episode of Kilometre 0 features Phil Anderson, the first Australian – in fact, the first non-European – to wear the yellow jersey at the Tour de France. Anderson describes the day early in his debut Tour in 1981 when the race entered the Pyrenees and he found himself climbing with the best in the world. We also hear from former pro rider, race organiser and journalist John Trevorrow, journalist Rupert Guinness and Orica-Scott sports director Matt White. Kilometre 0 is supported by Nederburg Wines.
In episode two of The Cycling Podcast Féminin Orla Chennaoui and Richard Moore look back at the Women's Tour, discuss whether Marianne Vos can make it back to the top and talk tactics with Rochelle Gilmore. There are interviews with Vos and her team - including her parents - as well as top Italian rider Elisa Longo Borghini. And Orla chats to Scotti Lechuga, an American who became a professional cyclist after having twins. We hear about what happened at the Giro Rosa in early July from German journalist Felix Mattis, and Lionel Birnie looks back at the great 1980s rivalry between Jeannie Longo and Maria Canins. The Cycling Podcast Féminin is supported by Rowe & King Cycling Coaching and Rapha.
The first Cycling Podcast Féminin, with Orla Chennaoui and Richard Moore, looks at the dominant force in women’s racing, Dutch team Boels-Dolmans, profiles the exciting young British squad, Drops, and discusses the Women’s Tour with race director Guy Elliott. Reporter Owen Rogers meets world champion Lizzie Armitstead and her teammate Megan Guarnier. Between them, Armitstead and Guarnier have won five of the nine events held so far this season in the new Women’s World Tour. We also hear from another Boels-Dolmans rider, world hour record holder Evelyn Stevens, and Wiggle-High5 star Emma Johansson. Meanwhile, Lionel Birnie tells the story of the first Tour de France Féminin in 1984, and Richard meets a star of the future, Abi Van Twisk, at her workplace – a florist in central London – and speaks to Van Twisk’s Drops in-form teammate Alice Barnes and the driving force behind the team, Bob Varney. The Cycling Podcast Féminin is supported by Rowe & King Cycling Coaching, tailored training by Luke Rowe and Dani King: http://roweandking.com
The December episode of The Cycling Podcast Féminin, with Orla Chennaoui and Richard Moore, focuses on some of the sponsors who back women's teams. We hear from Erwin Janssen, of the Dolmans Landscaping Group, who co-sponsors the world's top team, Boels-Dolmans, which includes such stars as Anna van der Breggen, Lizzie Deignan and Megan Guarnier. Janssen tells Orla why they support a women's team, and what they get out of it.  Richard has a report from the WNT team's get-together in Germany, where he spoke to several team members, including the promising young German rider Lin Teutenberg, the latest member of the Teutenberg cycling dynasty – her aunt is Ina-Yoko, who once dominated women's racing, and her father is Lars, a former pro who is now performance director at Peter Sagan's team, Bora-Hansgrohe. In the final episode of 2017 there's also an interview with Brian Cookson, the former UCI president who is aiming to launch a women's team in 2019.  The Cycling Podcast Féminin is supported by Rapha and Science in Sport  Become a Friend of The Cycling Podcast to access a range of feature-length, documentary style episodes on https://thecyclingpodcast.com #procycling #UCIWWT
December 14 | In this episode of The Cycling Podcast, Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe react to the news that the 2017 Tour de France and Vuelta a España winner Chris Froome has questions to answer after a urine sample from the Vuelta showed higher than permitted levels of the asthma drug salbutamol. What has happened, what are the precedents and what will happen next? The Cycling Podcast is supported by Rapha and Science In Sport.
December 8 | In this episode of The Cycling Podcast, we join Brian Holm for pie and mash in London. The former Danish national champion has had an eventful career – he nearly died in a crash when he was a young professional, he won the Paris-Brussels one-day classic and he rode for the German Telekem team, helping his team-mate Bjarne Riis to win the 1996 Tour de France. Like Riis, Holm doped, and later confessed. As sports director for Mark Cavendish's HTC-Columbia team and now Quick Step Floors, he's one of the most quotable voices in the convoy of team cars. Lionel Birnie met up with him at Mother Mash in Ganton Street, just round the corner from London's Carnaby Street. As Holm is a lover of London, its fashion and music, we thought it would appeal to him. The Cycling Podcast is supported by Rapha and Science In Sport.
The Cycling Podcast this week is devoted this week to the 2018 Giro d'Italia, with the route for the 101st race unveiled on Wednesday. We discuss the route and Chris Froome's decision to try to win his first Giro before going for his fifth Tour de France. It was already known that the Giro would start in Israel, becoming the first grand tour to start outside Europe, but already this is generating controversy and headaches for RCS, the Giro organisers. We hear different viewpoints on the Israel start, with a report from Hannah Troop, who recently visited the country and interviewed members of the Israel Cycling Academy team, which seems certain to get a wildcard to start the race. We also have an interview with Omar Barghouti, a founding member of the Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel and co-founder of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement. Barghouti is opposed to the Israel start, calling on RCS to exercise the "plan B" that he says is in place, and promising "non-violent protests" if it goes ahead. The Cycling Podcast is supported by Rapha and Science in Sport.
November 27 | The November episode of The Cycling Podcast Féminin is a conversation between Richard Moore and two of the world's most promising young riders, the Canyon-SRAM pair Hannah Barnes and Mieke Kröger. It was recorded before an audience earlier this season at the Rapha Clubhouse in Manchester. In the course of their discussion Barnes and Kröger talk about how they started racing, with Barnes also telling us about her comeback from the serious injury she suffered in a crash in August 2015, and Kröger revealing her adventurous winter training rides. The Cycling Podcast Féminin is supported by Rapha and Science in Sport.
November 22 | Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe meet up in central London after their sell-out West End show at the Arts Theatre to discuss the latest training camp and team building trends. The Australian Orica-Scott team plan to break with established training camp tradition by moving hotels each night, making it more like a stage race, rather than spending time at one base. While it might break with the routine and give the riders a change of scenery every day, will it be the most effective way to prepare for the season. We also discuss the two big controversies of recent weeks – the decision by UK Anti-Doping to close its investigation into what was contained in the jiffy bag delivered to Team Sky at the end of the 2011 Critérium du Dauphiné, and Phil Gaimon's allegation that Fabian Cancellara used a motor in his bike. There's also a sneak preview of our forthcoming episode for Friends of the Podcast focusing on Team Sunweb, and highlights from Ciro Scognamiglio's appearance with Richard and Lionel at the Rapha Cafe in London's Spitalfields last week. The Cycling Podcast is supported by Rapha and Science In Sport.
November 14 | During the Vuelta a España Orla Chennaoui went to Herne Hill velodrome to meet Ned Boulting, who races on the track throughout the year. Both work primarily in television but Orla was keen to talk to Ned about the various other strands to his career. He has gone from interviewer to commentator, written books and, more recently, performed a solo stand-up show. Despite all that, Ned admits that he still feels like a ‘newbie.’ The Cycling Podcast is supported by Rapha and Science in Sport.
November 8 | Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie are at The Connaught in London's Mayfair to meet Jonathan and Ashley Vaughters. They talk about how the Cannondale-Drapac team – soon to become EF Education First – was saved when it faced extinction and wine, as Ashley was in London to attend a ceremony to induct to the Institute of Masters of Wine. The Cycling Podcast is supported by Rapha and Science In Sport.
November 3 | In this pilot for a new series – The Cycling Podcast Brevet – Richard Moore meets Mark Beaumont, who recently smashed the world record, pedalling around the globe in 78 days. In doing so he rode 240 miles a day, every day, for almost three months – a remarkable feat that must surely be at the outer limits of what is humanly possible. Two weeks after finishing Beaumont could reflect on the physical and mental toll. “I loved it,” he tells us, “but I suffered more than I’d ever want to suffer again.”
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Comments (18)

SecretSam999

Porte would also need to stay rubber side down

Feb 1st
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Maarten Borsten

woow maybe because I am Dutch but this is crap

Jan 15th
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Kenny Milne

in my opinion this is by far the best cycling podcast , I enjoy these throughout the whole season

Jul 27th
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Kenny Milne

in my opinion this is definitely the best of the different TDF podcasts , and cycling podcasts in general

Jul 23rd
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Hassif

For some reason I can no longer replay episodes I have already listened to. Is anyone experiencing the same thing?

Jun 28th
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Cameron Anderson

Obvious that he hasn’t managed the microphone setup before.

May 17th
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James Warrener

rip Paul Sherwen

Dec 7th
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Inver Darroch

I listened to Sherwen and Liggett because my Dad did when he watched the TdF. My Dad had a Flying Scot bike and I inherited my love of TdF because of him and P&P’s commentary. I honour my Dad’s memory by watching the TdF and it will never be the same without the two Ps’ travelogue.

Dec 6th
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Ben Nicholas

what is the music you play during the ft advert?

Sep 27th
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Matthew Gotham

Guys, I'm really not interested in what you had for dinner every day.

Jul 27th
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Jeremy Brown

why can't I listen to it on my podcast

May 25th
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Tristan Peck

Probably the best sports podcast I listen too and cycling isn't my number one sport. Richard, Daniel and Lionel are a great combination with news, features and humour in the right measure. Full daily episodes of all grand tours too. Excellent podcast.

Jan 29th
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Glen Gorham

great episode, more!

Nov 7th
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