Training camps and team building | Episode 31

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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 […]

When Orla Met Ned | Episode 30

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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, […]

Vaughters and vin | Episode 29

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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 […]

Around the world in 78 days

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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 […]

A conversation with Conor Dunne | Episode 28

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November 1 | In this episode of The Cycling Podcast we sit down to talk to Irish rider Conor Dunne about his experiences at the Vuelta a España. Dunne was part of the Aqua Blue team – the first Irish squad to ride a Grand Tour – that set out from Nîmes in southern France […]

A postcard from China | Episode 27

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October 25 | The Cycling Podcast this week comes from the Tour of Guangxi in China, the last World Tour race of the 2017 season. Fran Reyes, who listeners will remember from our Vuelta a España coverage, was there for all six stages and brings us a report from a race that was difficult to […]

Special No. 10 | Youngish Americans

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Youngish Americans In February 2016 Richard Moore went to Nice to visit Ian Boswell, Joe Dombrowski and Larry Warbasse – the young Americans – for one of our most popular Friends Specials. Twenty months and two seasons later – during which time races have been won and lost, teams have folded and almost folded, and […]

The 2018 Tour de France route | Episode 26

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October 17 | In this episode of The Cycling Podcast, Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe meet up at St Pancras station to share their first reactions to the 2018 Tour de France route, which had just been revealed in Paris. Several of the pre-announcement rumours turned out to be red herrings. We already […]

The Cycling Podcast Féminin | Episode 17

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October 16 | The Cycling Podcast Féminin returns with a special episode from Monaco with Tiffany Cromwell in conversation with Richard Moore and Orla Chennaoui. The Canyon-SRAM rider has been a professional during a period of great change in women’s cycling and her perspective on the sport is fascinating.. Cromwell was also at the centre […]

Podcast of the Falling Leaves | Episode 25

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October 11 | In this episode of The Cycling Podcast, Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe review the final two big one-day races of the 2017 European road racing season. Vincenzo Nibali seized the initiative on a testing descent to drop Thibaut Pinot and clinch Il Lombardia for the second time in three years. […]