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16. The Giro d’Italia preview

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May 7 | With the Giro d’Italia just round the corner the Telegraph Cycling Podcast looks ahead to the opening grand tour of the 2015 season. Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe head to Italia Uno, the authentic Italian cafe in Charlotte Street, London, to discuss the Giro. There, they are joined by British […]

Tour de Yorkshire by Ben Charles

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Ben Charles photographed the inaugural Tour de Yorkshire for The Cycling Podcast. He began Saturday in Bridlington watching the riders prepare for an unpredictable day of racing, before heading to Scarborough to watch Lars Petter Nordhaug outsprint the group to win stage one and lay the foundations for overall race victory. On Sunday he watched […]

15. From the Ardennes to Yorkshire

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April 30 | Ned Boulting joins Richard Moore and Daniel Friebe for the latest Telegraph Cycling Podcast, which looks back at Sunday’s Liège-Bastogne-Liège and ahead to this weekend’s inaugural Tour de Yorkshire. There’s an interview with Gary Verity, who led Yorkshire’s successful bid to host the start of last year’s Tour de France. After the […]

14. Amstel Gold for the rainbow jersey

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April 21 | The latest Telegraph Cycling Podcast looks back on the Amstel Gold Race, the only Dutch Classic on the calendar, won on Sunday by the world champion, Michal Kwiatkowski. The Pole timed his move to perfection after a late attack by three-time winner Philippe Gilbert was snuffed out. Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and […]

Special No.3 | From Flanders to Roubaix

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April 16 | Friends of the Podcast Special No. 3 From Flanders to Roubaix: The atmosphere of the cobbled Classics The third Cycling Podcast Friends Special takes listeners on the road, from the Tour of Flanders to Scheldeprijs to Paris-Roubaix. Join Lionel on the Oude Kwaremont and pavé and Richard and Daniel in Oudenaarde, with […]

Paris-Roubaix by Simon Gill

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Simon Gill photographed Paris-Roubaix for The Cycling Podcast. It was his first visit to the race nicknamed the Hell of the North. After spending Saturday afternoon in Compiègne watching the presentation of the riders to the crowd, he headed to section 27, Troisvilles at Inchy, and waited. From there, he crossed country to section 16, […]

13. In the Roubaix velodrome

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April 13 | The latest Telegraph Cycling Podcast comes from the race known as the ‘Hell of the North’, Paris-Roubaix, as Sir Bradley Wiggins brought down the curtain on his Team Sky career. Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie report from the Roubaix velodrome, where John Degenkolb of Germany sprinted to his second Classic win of […]

12. At the Tour of Flanders

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April 9 | The latest Telegraph Cycling Podcast comes from Belgium and one of the biggest Classics of the season, last weekend’s Tour of Flanders. Richard Moore and Daniel Friebe report from Oudenaarde, where the race was won by Alexander Kristoff as the wheels fell off Geraint Thomas’s challenge. There are interviews with both Kristoff […]

Bonus: Degenkolb talks ahead of the Tour of Flanders

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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, […]