135: From Canada to the CPA
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.
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