4: The Cycling Podcast Féminin | Episode 31
The first Cycling Podcast Féminin of 2019 includes interviews with new Trek-Segafredo recruit Abi Van Twisk, Canyon-SRAM’s Hannah Barnes and retired rider Iris Slappendel.
Orla Chennaoui, Rose Manley and Richard Moore discuss the Women’s Tour Down Under, won by Amanda Spratt, where Trek-Segafredo got off to a flyer thanks to Letizia Paternoster’s success on stage one.
After a difficult season, Barnes opens up about some of the challenges of being a professional, and Slappendel discusses what she is doing, as one of the driving forces behind the Cyclists’ Alliance, to try and improve conditions for female riders.
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25: Gilbert ages like wine
24: Adam Blythe Interviews Tim Harris
23: The Cycling Podcast Féminin | April 2019
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21: Adam Blythe Interviews Tiesj Benoot
20: Flanders fine tuning and moon racing
18: Adam Blythe Interviews Luke Rowe
17: Alaphilippe extends his winning run to Sanremo
16: Adam Blythe Interviews Caleb Ewan
15: Order! Order! Team Sky becomes Team Ineos
14: The Cycling Podcast Féminin March 2019
13: Gravel roads and crosswinds
12: Deceuninck's opening weekend double
11: Tejay's Tour ambitions
10: Astana on fire
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7: Katusha-Alpecin's reboot
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