41. The scientists speak

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December 15 | The new Telegraph Cycling Podcast features part one of a two-part interview with sports scientists Jeroen Swart and Ross Tucker. Part two will be released later this week. The South Africans, both based in Cape Town, have been among the most prominent voices in the discussion over power data and Chris Froome’s […]

40. Bradley Wiggins interview

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December 9 | This week’s Telegraph Cycling Podcast features an exclusive interview with Sir Bradley Wiggins, as well as a competition to win a signed copy of his new book, My Hour. Wiggins looks back at his hour record, set in London in June, in the company of Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie. “I’d love to […]

39. Chris Froome’s lab test

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December 4 | In this week’s show Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie discuss Chris Froome’s test results, published in Esquire magazine on Friday. It was in August that Froome went to the GSK Human Performance Laboratory in west London in response to the clamour for physiological data that followed his second Tour de France victory […]

Special No. 10 | Adam & Simon Yates

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November 30 | Lionel Birnie travelled to Haslingden in Lancashire to meet two of the best young riders in the world, who also happen to be twin brothers.After enjoying successful second seasons in the World Tour ranks with Orica-GreenEdge, Adam and Simon Yates were in relaxed mood, enjoying the last days of their holiday before […]

38. The Basque Country episode

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November 25 | The latest episode of The Telegraph Cycling Podcast features a special report from the Basque Country. Richard Moore introduces the region and the riders from a small pocket of northern Spain that is synonymous with world class cycling. Along with Flanders and Brittany it is one of the sport’s talent hotbeds, producing […]

37. The Cycling Writing Show

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November 17 | This week’s Telegraph Cycling Podcast has a literary theme. With Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe at the London Sports Writing Festival at Lord’s, they introduce interviews with Brendan Gallagher and Edward Pickering, author of The Yellow Jersey Club, which features interviews with many of the surviving members of cycling’s most […]

36. A chat with Sean Kelly

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With Richard and Daniel away, this week Lionel Birnie sits down with Sean Kelly to talk about his early days as a professional rider, his first win, his first Tour de France and his first (and only) day in the yellow jersey. The Irishman topped the world rankings for much of the 1980s and earned […]

35. In Conversation with Geraint Thomas

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November 3 | This week’s podcast features Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie in conversation with Geraint Thomas. In a wide ranging interview Thomas discusses his upbringing in Wales, his breakthrough 2015, in which he won his first Classic and seemed set to challenge for the podium at the Tour de France, his goals for 2016, […]

Special No. 9 | In Conversation with David Millar

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October 29 | Earlier this month, Richard Moore sat down with ex-pro David Millar at The Dancehouse Theatre in Manchester to discuss his latest book ‘The Racer’, published by Yellow Jersey Press. Millar’s follow up to ‘Racing Through The Dark’ offers a unique insight into his time in the pro peloton, and into the mind of professional cyclist. Over the course of a […]

34. More Joy of Six

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October 28 | This week’s podcast, with Lionel Birnie and Richard Moore, features a second report from the London Six Day. We hear from six-day legend Iljo Keisse, 2014 Paris-Roubaix winner Niki Terpstra, and Maurice Burton, who competed in the last six-day in London, held at Wembley Stadium in 1980, and whose son, Germain, was […]