The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast Join journalists Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe – and a few special guests along the way – as they podcast about the latest cycling news and the world of professional cycling. Expect a mix of insight and analysis as our three experienced journalists cover not just the big talking points but take you behind the scenes of professional cycling. Richard Moore is the author of Slaying the Badger and Sky’s the Limit, Daniel Friebe writes for Procycling and is author of The Cannibal, a biography of five-time Tour winner Eddy Merckx, and Lionel Birnie is co-editor of The Cycling Anthology, a collection of essays about the Tour de France.

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episode 32: Movistar and chill


Alberto Bettiol's Tour of Flanders, the Movistar documentary on Netflix and the latest on the coronavirus crisis and cycling –  this week’s bumper episode of The Cycling Podcast is really three shows in one and this  description can help you find the talking points you are interested in. 00:00 Introduction Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe get together on the phone from their separate isolated offices to discuss how they are coping with lockdown...


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episode 31: Service Course | Episode 8 | The perfect fit


In this month's episode of Service Course, Lizzy Banks and Tom Whalley dive behind the scenes of some of the leading kit manufactures, designers and technology companies that are driving innovation in technical clothing. They speak to Angelo Trofa, designer of the only kit in the pro peloton from another Uniververse, the Canyon//SRAM kit from Rapha. Marie Cortal from Katusha Sport breaks down the processes of outfitting two world tour teams who come in all shapes and sizes...


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episode 30: Life in the Peloton – Talking Zwift with Kevin Poulton


With so many cyclists now confined to training indoors, Mitch Docker talks to his coach Kevin Poulton about the virtual cycling software Zwift. Back in 2016, Mat Hayman crashed out of Omloop Het Nieuwsblad and fractured his arm. It looked like his Classics campaign was over but within days he was back training indoors, using Zwift, and less than six weeks later he crossed the line first in the velodrome to clinch victory in Paris-Roubaix...


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episode 29: Part 2: Marco Pinotti and Jonathan Vaughters on COVID-19


In this second part of this week's Cycling Podcast, Daniel Friebe speaks to Marco Pinotti, head of performance at Team CCC, and a resident of Bergamo, one of the cities in Italy that has been worst hit by coronavirus. In the second part we hear from Jonathan Vaughters, boss of the EF Pro Cycling team, who were the first to pull out of the Strade Bianche race a couple of weeks ago, about what the future might hold for the sport once the crisis is over...


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episode 28: Part 1: Gianni Mura and Milan-Sanremo


This week, we have divided the podcast into two parts, enabling those who want to avoid discussion of the coronavirus pandemic to self-isolate from the subject and enjoy a diverting hour or so listening to us talk about cycling. In this part one, Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe pay tribute to the veteran Italian sportswriter Gianni Mura, who died last week, and talk about Milan-Sanremo...


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episode 27: The Cycling Podcast Féminin | March 2020


In the March episode of The Cycling Podcast Féminin there's lots of racing, with Orla Chennaoui, Rose Manley and Richard Moore picking out their moments of the early season – until it was stopped in its tracks by coronavirus...


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episode 26: Paris-Nice and pause


The world of professional cycling is not immune to the effects of the coronavirus and so the season has been put on hold after Paris-Nice. From their separate studios, Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe recap what will be the final race for a while. Daniel was on the road covering a surreal edition of the Race to the Sun and he reports on the decision by organisers ASO to push on to Nice and what it was like as the effects of the virus spread across Europe...


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episode 25: Life in the Peloton – Talking Classics with Luke Durbridge


Life in the Peloton is a packed episode of two halves this time as Mitch Docker and his good mate Luke Durbridge look back at the first Belgian Classics of the season before answering some great listeners' questions. Mitch and Luke used to be teammates at Orica-GreenEdge, now they live not too far from each other in Girona, and they caught up after Omloop Het Nieuwsblad and Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne to talk about 'opening weekend'...


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episode 24: Cycling in the time of coronavirus


Strade Bianche may have been cancelled because of the coronavirus outbreak in Italy but Paris-Nice got underway and the opening two stages turned out to be more like mini Classics. Crosswinds caused chaos and whittled down the number of riders likely to contend for overall victory as the race heads towards the hills and, hopefully, the sun at the end of the week...


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episode 23: Explore | Coffee, croissants and cassoulet with Felicity Cloake


Explore returns to The Cycling Podcast as a monthly show following the seven-part debut series, which was release at the end of 2018. Lionel Birnie and Hannah Troop introduce the show, which will also feature regular contributions from former World Tour professional rider Ian Boswell. In this episode we meet Felicity Cloake, award-winning food writer for The Guardian and author of the excellent One More Croissant for the Road (https://www.harpercollins.co...


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