Sunday in Harrogate | World Championships 2019

The Cycling Podcast has arrived in Harrogate for the World Championships – the first time they’ve been held in Great Britain since 1982. Join Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Rob Hatch in Bettys tearoom in the finishing straight in Harrogate town centre as they discuss the first mixed relay team time trial in World Championships […]

The Go Tour: Conor Dunne’s Tour of Britain Diary | Part 2

Last year, The Cycling Podcast asked Irish road race champion Conor Dunne to keep an audio diary at the Tour of Britain. Conor was preparing for the race when his team, Aqua Blue Sport, suddenly collapsed. Instead of sitting around feeling sorry for himself, Conor and his teammate Larry Warbasse packed their bags for a […]

The Go Tour: Conor Dunne’s Tour of Britain Diary | Part 1

Last year, The Cycling Podcast asked Irish road race champion Conor Dunne to keep an audio diary at the Tour of Britain. Conor was preparing for the race when his team, Aqua Blue Sport, suddenly collapsed. Instead of sitting around feeling sorry for himself, Conor and his teammate Larry Warbasse packed their bags for a […]

The Cycling Podcast Féminin | September 2019

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The latest episode of The Cycling Podcast Féminin comes from Madrid where La Madrid Challenge was won by Lisa Brennauer after Chloe Hosking took the second and final stage in the city centre. We hear from Brennauer and Hosking and also Christine Majerus, the recent winner of the Boels Ladies Tour. Orla Chennaoui and Richard […]

Stage 21 » Fuenlabrada › Madrid | Vuelta a España 2019

In the final episode from the Vuelta a España we hear reactions to the race from a range of riders, from debutants Carl Fredrik Hagen and Will Barta, to Sepp Kuss, a stage winner and teammate to the overall winner, Sam Bewley, Willie Smit, Tim Declercq, Ben O’Connor, Dylan Teuns, Lawson Craddock and Kiel Reijnen. […]

Stage 20 » Arenas de San Pedro › Plataforma de Gredos | Vuelta a España 2019

The penultimate stage and last in the mountains of the Vuelta a España saw a fierce battle among the main contenders with 20-year-old Tadej Pogacar winning his third stage to move up to third overall. It means he will finish on the podium in Madrid on Sunday, with his fellow Slovenian Primoz Roglic on the […]

Stage 19 » Ávila › Toledo| Vuelta a España 2019

There was controversy at the Vuelta a España just two days from the end when a crash took out Primoz Roglic, the race leader, and the Movistar team appeared to try to take advantage. Richard Moore and Daniel Friebe discuss this “beef” and we hear from Deceuninck-Quick Step workhorse Tim Declercq, whose team was triumphant […]

Road Captains | Kilometre 0

Road captains are leaders but rarely winners. They are usually experienced, but not always. They are a link for communication between sports directors and riders and they need to have detailed knowledge of the course, acting almost as human GPSs. Now, with ever more information available to riders and sports directors, there is a greater […]

Stage 18 » Colmenar Viejo › Becerril de la Sierra| Vuelta a España 2019

On the penultimate mountain state of the Vuelta a España there was a win for a team who lost not one, not two, but three leaders, and a shuffling of the pack behind race leader Primoz Roglic. Richard Moore and Daniel Friebe discuss the stage and Orla Chennaoui joins Richard to debrief yesterday’s thrilling crosswinds […]

Stage 17 » Aranda de Duero › Guadalajara| Vuelta a España 2019

The longest stage of the Vuelta a España produced a masterclass from Deceuninck-QuickStep in racing in crosswinds. The Belgian team attacked almost from the gun and placed all but one of their eight riders in a forty-strong front group. Richard Moore and Daniel Friebe discuss a thrilling stage that had serious ramifications for the general […]