Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe answer listeners questions as our press conference episode returns.
Listeners have recorded their questions about all aspects of professional cycling and sent them in and now it’s over to us to answer them.
The Cycling Podcast is supported by iwoca and Science In Sport.
INTRODUCING RICHARD MOORE
Continuing our series in which we interview each other about our routes in journalism, careers and The Cycling Podcast, it’s time to meet Richard Moore, available imminently for Friends of the Podcast. To sign up as a Friend of the Podcast go here.
BRITISH SPORTS BOOK AWARDS
Last month we were named as a finalist in the British Podcast Awards for the fourth consecutive year. This week we heard that our latest book The Grand Tour Diaries is a finalist in the cycling category at the British Sports Book Awards. The winners of both awards will be announced next month. Go to our online shop to buy a copy of our book.
OUR NEW CLOTHING RANGE
We have teamed up with Katusha to produce The Cycling Podcast Collection. The launch range is a cycling jersey and a t-shirt in both men’s and women’s cuts. To check out the range go to our website.
iwoca became The Cycling Podcast’s title sponsors in March 2020. Iwoca specialises in supporting small businesses and can lend between £1,000 and £250,000. Applications can take only a few minutes to complete and they promise a fast and fair decision. To find out more, go to iwoca.co.uk
Science In Sport is The Cycling Podcast’s longest-standing supporter. It’s a relationship that stretches back to the 2016 Giro d’Italia. Listeners can get 25% off Science In Sport’s range of energy drinks, bars, gels and cakes at scienceinsport.com with the code SISCP25
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