Bonus: Degenkolb talks ahead of the Tour of Flanders

Posted by on Apr 3, 2015 in Podcast | No Comments

April 3 | Daniel Friebe of The Telegraph Cycling Podcast talks to Giant-Alpecin’s John Degenkolb in the run-up to the Tour of Flanders. The German recently won Milan-San Remo and is on a long list of possible winners of the Tour of Flanders this weekend. Degenkolb talks about the challenge of the Tour of Flanders, […]

11. In conversation with Astana’s Chris Baldwin

Posted by on Mar 30, 2015 in Podcast | No Comments

March 30 | In this episode of the Telegraph Cycling Podcast, we speak to Chris Baldwin, the press attaché for the Astana team as the Kazakh squads waits to hear if it will be granted a UCI WorldTour licence by the world’s governing body. It has been a rollercoaster six months for the Astana team. […]

10. John Degenkolb wins Milan-San Remo

Posted by on Mar 26, 2015 in Podcast | No Comments

March 26 | The latest Telegraph Cycling Podcast looks back on the first Monument of the 2015 season, Milan-San Remo. Sunday’s race was won by Germany’s John Degenkolb after Welshman Geraint Thomas’s late, solo attempt to claim his first Classic. Richard Moore and Daniel Friebe discuss all the talking points, including the criticism that it […]

Special No.2 | The cobbled classics

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March 23 | Friends of the Podcast Special No. 2 The cobbles are coming… Our second Friends Special Podcast will look ahead to the big cobbled Classics, the Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix, and discuss the imminent changing of the guard with Fabian Cancellara and Tom Boonen in the autumn of their careers. They are […]

9. The CIRC report, Paris-Nice and Milan-San Remo

Posted by on Mar 18, 2015 in Podcast | No Comments

March 19 | In the latest Telegraph Cycling Podcast the head of world cycling, Brian Cookson, admits that he is disappointed at the controversy caused by Sir Bradley Wiggins’ intention – which he confirmed in last week’s podcast – to ride the inaugural Tour de Yorkshire in early May. Wiggins was given special dispensation by […]

8. On the road at Paris-Nice

Posted by on Mar 12, 2015 in Podcast | No Comments

March 12 | Join Lionel Birnie on the road between Paris and Nice for this week’s episode of The Telegraph Cycling Podcast. Lionel is covering the event known as The Race to the Sun – the second WorldTour stage race of the season – exclusively for the podcast. In this episode, he covers the opening […]

7. Dave Brailsford reacts to cycling’s doping report

Posted by on Mar 10, 2015 in Podcast | No Comments

March 10 | Sir Dave Brailsford says he is “underwhelmed” by the Cycling Independent Reform Commission (CIRC) report. In an exclusive interview with the Telegraph Cycling Podcast, the Team Sky principal said he hoped it “would be more hard hitting,” though he also said that his own riders were “angry” at the headline claim by […]

6. Ian Stannard outwits Etixx-Quick Step

Posted by on Mar 4, 2015 in Podcast | No Comments

March 5 | How did Ian Stannard of Team Sky beat three riders from the same team to win Het Nieuwsblad, the opening cobbled race of the new season? In the latest Telegraph Cycling Podcast, in which Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie are joined by Sky Sports’ Orla Chennaoui, we look back at Stannard’s out-foxing […]

5. The racing heats up

Posted by on Feb 25, 2015 in Podcast | No Comments

February 26 | The end of February and beginning of March is when the cycling season heats up and in the latest Telegraph Cycling Podcast Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe look ahead to the first cobbled classics of 2015. The ‘heating up’ is strictly metaphorical, because the focus moves from the Middle East […]

4. Alberto Contador enters the finishing straight

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February 19 | In the latest Telegraph Cycling Podcast the team turn their attention to Spain, home to some of the early season stage races, after the news that Alberto Contador is in his penultimate year in the sport. Contador, the two-time Tour de France winner, said this week that he expects to retire at […]