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The Cycling Podcast – daily insight and analysis of the Giro d'Italia, Tour de France, Vuelta a España and Classics.

Join journalists Daniel Friebe and Lionel Birnie – 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.

The Cycling Podcast was founded in 2013 by Richard Moore, Daniel Friebe and Lionel Birnie

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Our Tour de France team of Graham Willgoss, Richard Abraham and Mitch Docker look back at the Critérium du Dauphiné and ask what we’ve learned ahead of the Tour de France. Follow us on social media: Twitter @cycling_podcast Instagram @thecyclingpodcast The 11.01 Cappuccino Our regular email newsletter is now on Substack. Subscribe here for frothy, full-fat updates to enjoy any time (as long as it’s after 11am). MAAP The Cycling Podcast x MAAP collection is available now. Go to maap.cc to see the full MAAP range. NordVPN This episode is supported by NordVPN. EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal ➼ https://nordvpn.com/tcp Try it risk-free now with a 30-day money-back guarantee! Friends of the Podcast Sign up as a Friend of the Podcast at thecyclingpodcast.com to listen to more than 100 exclusive episodes. Our latest KM0 specials, ‘How to Become a Pro Cyclist’ and ‘How to Become an Ex-Pro Cyclist’ are available on the Kilometre 0 for Friends of The Cycling Podcast feed now.  The Cycling Podcast is on Strava The Cycling Podcast was founded in 2013 by Richard Moore, Daniel Friebe and Lionel Birnie.
With the Giro d’Italia now in the rear-view mirror Tadej Pogačar can afford to put his feet up (relatively-speaking) and watch how his likely rivals for the Tour de France fare in their final warm-up races. Daniel Friebe is at the Critérium du Dauphiné having transformed into Television’s Daniel Friebe by entering the nearest telephone box before emerging with a slightly bigger microphone. He handed over the baton to Graham Willgoss, who will be part of our Tour de France team alongside Richard Abraham and Mitch Docker. Graham, Richard and Mitch recap the opening couple of days of the Dauphiné and ask what to expect from the race in the French Alps over the rest of the week. Our Tour de France 2024 coverage starts here… Follow us on social media: Twitter @cycling_podcast Instagram @thecyclingpodcast The 11.01 Cappuccino Our regular email newsletter is now on Substack. Subscribe here for frothy, full-fat updates to enjoy any time (as long as it’s after 11am). MAAP The Cycling Podcast x MAAP collection is available now. Go to maap.cc to see the full MAAP range. AG1 If you want to take ownership of your health, try AG1 and get a FREE one-year supply of Vitamin D AND five free AG1 travel packs with your first purchase. Go to drinkAG1.com/cycling. Friends of the Podcast Sign up as a Friend of the Podcast at thecyclingpodcast.com to listen to more than 100 exclusive episodes. Our latest KM0 specials, ‘How to Become a Pro Cyclist’ and ‘How to Become an Ex-Pro Cyclist’ are available on the Kilometre 0 for Friends of The Cycling Podcast feed now.  The Cycling Podcast is on Strava The Cycling Podcast was founded in 2013 by Richard Moore, Daniel Friebe and Lionel Birnie.
The Giro d’Italia that ended last weekend was the ninth The Cycling Podcast has covered on the ground, in full, with daily episodes from every stage.  Over that near decade, it’s fair to say that our love of the ‘Corsa Rosa’ and its host nation has deepened and broadened with every edition.  Daniel Friebe was initially nonplussed with the route unveiled last autumn - thinking it lacked sporting uncertainty and both historical and topographical showpieces - but the journey from Turin to Rome ended up both reviving old loves, revealing new ones and providing a compelling canvas for the racing itself, for all that Tadej Pogačar robbed the General Classification contest of any suspense.  In this podcast, you’ll hear some of Daniel’s personal highlights from road trip he shared with Brian Nygaard - and to which you, as listeners were vicariously invited, down and up ‘The Bel Paese’, on and off-course, hopefully into the soul of the Giro d’Italia.  Follow us on social media: Twitter @cycling_podcast Instagram @thecyclingpodcast The 11.01 Cappuccino Our regular email newsletter is now on Substack. Subscribe here for frothy, full-fat updates to enjoy any time (as long as it’s after 11am). MAAP The Cycling Podcast x MAAP collection is available now. Go to maap.cc to see the full MAAP range. AG1 If you want to take ownership of your health, try AG1 and get a FREE one-year supply of Vitamin D AND five free AG1 travel packs with your first purchase. Go to drinkAG1.com/cycling. Friends of the Podcast Sign up as a Friend of the Podcast at thecyclingpodcast.com to listen to more than 100 exclusive episodes. Our latest KM0 specials, ‘How to Become a Pro Cyclist’ and ‘How to Become an Ex-Pro Cyclist’ are available on the Kilometre 0 for Friends of The Cycling Podcast feed now.  The Cycling Podcast is on Strava The Cycling Podcast was founded in 2013 by Richard Moore, Daniel Friebe and Lionel Birnie.
Daniel Friebe & Brian Nygaard are following the Giro d’Italia from end to end, north to south, Turin to Rome, providing daily coverage - and today our dynamic duo review Stage 21 and the Giro as a whole. Our Girovagando podcasts feature race analysis, interviews and regular features such as Larranzando, our almost daily postcards from Italy with Décathlon-AG2r La Mondiale’s Larry Warbasse. Follow us on social media: Twitter @cycling_podcast Instagram @thecyclingpodcast The 11.01 Cappuccino Our regular email newsletter is now on Substack. Subscribe here for frothy, full-fat updates to enjoy any time (as long as it’s after 11am). MAAP The Cycling Podcast x MAAP collection is available now. Go to maap.cc to see the full MAAP range. Friends of the Podcast Sign up as a Friend of the Podcast at thecyclingpodcast.com to listen to more than 100 exclusive episodes. Our latest KM0 specials, ‘How to Become a Pro Cyclist’ and ‘How to Become an Ex-Pro Cyclist’ are available on the Kilometre 0 for Friends of The Cycling Podcast feed now. The Cycling Podcast is on Strava The Cycling Podcast was founded in 2013 by Richard Moore, Daniel Friebe and Lionel Birnie.
Daniel Friebe & Brian Nygaard are following the Giro d’Italia from end to end, north to south, Turin to Rome, providing daily coverage - and today our dynamic duo report from the Stage 20 finish in Bassano Del Grappa. Our Girovagando podcasts feature race analysis, interviews and regular features such as Larranzando, our almost daily postcards from Italy with Décathlon-AG2r La Mondiale’s Larry Warbasse. Follow us on social media: Twitter @cycling_podcast Instagram @thecyclingpodcast The 11.01 Cappuccino Our regular email newsletter is now on Substack. Subscribe here for frothy, full-fat updates to enjoy any time (as long as it’s after 11am). MAAP The Cycling Podcast x MAAP collection is available now. Go to maap.cc to see the full MAAP range. Friends of the Podcast Sign up as a Friend of the Podcast at thecyclingpodcast.com to listen to more than 100 exclusive episodes. Our latest KM0 specials, ‘How to Become a Pro Cyclist’ and ‘How to Become an Ex-Pro Cyclist’ are available on the Kilometre 0 for Friends of The Cycling Podcast feed now. The Cycling Podcast is on Strava The Cycling Podcast was founded in 2013 by Richard Moore, Daniel Friebe and Lionel Birnie.
Daniel Friebe & Brian Nygaard are following the Giro d’Italia from end to end, north to south, Turin to Rome, providing daily coverage - and today our dynamic duo report from the Stage 19 finish in Sappada. Our Girovagando podcasts feature race analysis, interviews and regular features such as Larranzando, our almost daily postcards from Italy with Décathlon-AG2r La Mondiale’s Larry Warbasse. Follow us on social media: Twitter @cycling_podcast Instagram @thecyclingpodcast The 11.01 Cappuccino Our regular email newsletter is now on Substack. Subscribe here for frothy, full-fat updates to enjoy any time (as long as it’s after 11am). MAAP The Cycling Podcast x MAAP collection is available now. Go to maap.cc to see the full MAAP range. Friends of the Podcast Sign up as a Friend of the Podcast at thecyclingpodcast.com to listen to more than 100 exclusive episodes. Our latest KM0 specials, ‘How to Become a Pro Cyclist’ and ‘How to Become an Ex-Pro Cyclist’ are available on the Kilometre 0 for Friends of The Cycling Podcast feed now. The Cycling Podcast is on Strava The Cycling Podcast was founded in 2013 by Richard Moore, Daniel Friebe and Lionel Birnie.
In the May episode of The Cycling Podcast Féminin, Rose Manley, Denny Gray and Rebecca Charlton look back over the recent Spanish stage racing from the comfort of their own cabaña. Questions may have hung over Demi Vollering’s form after a consistent if lacklustre run in the Spring Classics, but the SD Worx rider answered in no uncertain manner with three dominant performances across the Vuelta Femenina, Itzulia Women and Vuelta a Burgos. Some unexpected rivals emerged though, most notably Evita Muzic who is priming herself to be France’s great hope at this year’s Tour de France Femmes. The team also discuss a huge comeback win for Lotta Henttala at the Vuelta a Burgos, her first victory in over five years after struggles with both her physical and mental health. This month’s feature visits the topic of latecomers to the sport. These are riders who make the jump from regular jobs to elite racing careers in their late 20s and 30s. We hear from Jayco-Alula’s Mavi Garcia, Movistar’s Mareille Meijering and Coop-Repsol’s Monica Greenwood about their journeys into cycling and the peculiar life lessons they’ve learned along the way. Follow us on social media: Twitter @cycling_podcast Instagram @thecyclingpodcast The 11.01 Cappuccino Our regular email newsletter is now on Substack. Subscribe here for frothy, full-fat updates to enjoy any time (as long as it’s after 11am). MAAP The Cycling Podcast x MAAP collection is available now. Go to maap.cc to see the full MAAP range. Friends of the Podcast Sign up as a Friend of the Podcast at thecyclingpodcast.com to listen to more than 100 exclusive episodes. Our latest KM0 specials, ‘How to Become a Pro Cyclist’ and ‘How to Become an Ex-Pro Cyclist’ are available on the Kilometre 0 for Friends of The Cycling Podcast feed now. The Cycling Podcast is on Strava The Cycling Podcast was founded in 2013 by Richard Moore, Daniel Friebe and Lionel Birnie.
Daniel Friebe & Brian Nygaard are following the Giro d’Italia from end to end, north to south, Turin to Rome, providing daily coverage - and today our dynamic duo report from the Stage 18 finish in Padova. Our Girovagando podcasts feature race analysis, interviews and regular features such as Larranzando, our almost daily postcards from Italy with Décathlon-AG2r La Mondiale’s Larry Warbasse. Follow us on social media: Twitter @cycling_podcast Instagram @thecyclingpodcast The 11.01 Cappuccino Our regular email newsletter is now on Substack. Subscribe here for frothy, full-fat updates to enjoy any time (as long as it’s after 11am). MAAP The Cycling Podcast x MAAP collection is available now. Go to maap.cc to see the full MAAP range. Friends of the Podcast Sign up as a Friend of the Podcast at thecyclingpodcast.com to listen to more than 100 exclusive episodes. Our latest KM0 specials, ‘How to Become a Pro Cyclist’ and ‘How to Become an Ex-Pro Cyclist’ are available on the Kilometre 0 for Friends of The Cycling Podcast feed now.  The Cycling Podcast is on Strava The Cycling Podcast was founded in 2013 by Richard Moore, Daniel Friebe and Lionel Birnie.
 Daniel Friebe & Brian Nygaard are following the Giro d’Italia from end to end, north to south, Turin to Rome, providing daily coverage - and today our dynamic duo report from Stage 15 and Livigno. Our Girovagando podcasts feature race analysis, interviews and regular features such as Larranzando, our almost daily postcards from Italy with Décathlon-AG2r La Mondiale’s Larry Warbasse. Follow us on social media: Twitter @cycling_podcast Instagram @thecyclingpodcast The 11.01 Cappuccino Our regular email newsletter is now on Substack. Subscribe here for frothy, full-fat updates to enjoy any time (as long as it’s after 11am). MAAP The Cycling Podcast x MAAP collection is available now. Go to maap.cc to see the full MAAP range. NordVPN This episode is supported by NordVPN. EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal ➼ https://nordvpn.com/tcp Try it risk-free now with a 30-day money-back guarantee! Friends of the Podcast Sign up as a Friend of the Podcast at thecyclingpodcast.com to listen to more than 100 exclusive episodes. Our latest KM0 specials, ‘How to Become a Pro Cyclist’ and ‘How to Become an Ex-Pro Cyclist’ are available on the Kilometre 0 for Friends of The Cycling Podcast feed now.  The Cycling Podcast is on Strava The Cycling Podcast was founded in 2013 by Richard Moore, Daniel Friebe and Lionel Birnie.
For the past 10 months, Lizzy Banks has been fighting to clear her name after an anti-doping test taken in May 2023 returned an adverse analytical finding for two substances. She was informed of the test result 79 days later. The two substances were formoterol, a medication she'd been using within the permitted level to treat asthma. The second, chlortalidone, was a diuretic she had never heard of. Unless she could prove contamination the twice Giro stage winner faced a two-year suspension. Her investigation cost her career, her life savings and took a huge emotional toll on her and her family. When she could no longer afford full legal support, she investigated the case herself. Her medical training helped and the case she compiled led the UK Anti-Doping Agency (UKAD) to drop a scheduled tribunal and return a verdict of no fault, no negligence and no suspension. Nevertheless, the rules state she has four anti-doping rule violations against her name, her career as a pro cyclist is over, and her reputation is harmed. Lizzy has worked for The Cycling Podcast and so in the interests of transparency we asked Tom Cary, senior sports correspondent of The Telegraph, to conduct this independent interview. The episode is introduced by Rose Manley. A warning, this podcast does contain references to suicide and suicidal thoughts. A few abbreviations will come up, so just to give some clarity: • WADA is the World Anti-Doping Agency • UKAD is the UK Anti-Doping Agency, which is responsible for making sure that British athletes comply with the WADA code • CAS is the Court of Arbitration for Sport, an independent institution involved in resolving legal disputes in the field of sport • AAF is an Adverse Analytical Finding - commonly known as a positive doping test • MRL stands for Minimum Reporting Limit. The concentration below which a substance will not trigger a positive test • ADRV stands for Anti-Doping Rules Violation Reference is also made to the cases of Shari Bossuyt and Toon Aerts. Both riders were given two year suspensions for testing positive for letrozole, which both claim is the result of food contamination.
Daniel Friebe & Brian Nygaard are following the Giro d’Italia from end to end, north to south, Turin to Rome, providing daily coverage - and today our dynamic duo report from Stage 16 and Val Gardena. Our Girovagando podcasts feature race analysis, interviews and regular features such as Larranzando, our almost daily postcards from Italy with Décathlon-AG2r La Mondiale’s Larry Warbasse. Follow us on social media: Twitter @cycling_podcast Instagram @thecyclingpodcast The 11.01 Cappuccino Our regular email newsletter is now on Substack. Subscribe here for frothy, full-fat updates to enjoy any time (as long as it’s after 11am). MAAP The Cycling Podcast x MAAP collection is available now. Go to maap.cc to see the full MAAP range. Friends of the Podcast Sign up as a Friend of the Podcast at thecyclingpodcast.com to listen to more than 100 exclusive episodes. Our latest KM0 specials, ‘How to Become a Pro Cyclist’ and ‘How to Become an Ex-Pro Cyclist’ are available on the Kilometre 0 for Friends of The Cycling Podcast feed now. The Cycling Podcast is on Strava The Cycling Podcast was founded in 2013 by Richard Moore, Daniel Friebe and Lionel Birnie.
Daniel Friebe & Brian Nygaard are following the Giro d’Italia from end to end, north to south, Turin to Rome, providing daily coverage - and today our dynamic duo report from Stage 15 and Livigno. Our Girovagando podcasts feature race analysis, interviews and regular features such as Larranzando, our almost daily postcards from Italy with Décathlon-AG2r La Mondiale’s Larry Warbasse. Follow us on social media: Twitter @cycling_podcast Instagram @thecyclingpodcast The 11.01 Cappuccino Our regular email newsletter is now on Substack. Subscribe here for frothy, full-fat updates to enjoy any time (as long as it’s after 11am). MAAP The Cycling Podcast x MAAP collection is available now. Go to maap.cc to see the full MAAP range. Friends of the Podcast Sign up as a Friend of the Podcast at thecyclingpodcast.com to listen to more than 100 exclusive episodes. Our latest KM0 specials, ‘How to Become a Pro Cyclist’ and ‘How to Become an Ex-Pro Cyclist’ are available on the Kilometre 0 for Friends of The Cycling Podcast feed now.  The Cycling Podcast is on Strava The Cycling Podcast was founded in 2013 by Richard Moore, Daniel Friebe and Lionel Birnie.
Daniel Friebe & Brian Nygaard are following the Giro d’Italia from end to end, north to south, Turin to Rome, providing daily coverage - and today our dynamic duo report from Stage 14 and Desanzano del Garda. Our Girovagando podcasts feature race analysis, interviews and regular features such as Larranzando, our almost daily postcards from Italy with Décathlon-AG2r La Mondiale’s Larry Warbasse. Follow us on social media: Twitter @cycling_podcast Instagram @thecyclingpodcast LinkedIn Sales Navigator Let LinkedIn Sales Navigator help you sell like a superstar today. Right now, you can try LinkedIn Sales Navigator and get a 60-day free trial at linkedin.com/cycle The 11.01 Cappuccino Our regular email newsletter is now on Substack. Subscribe here for frothy, full-fat updates to enjoy any time (as long as it’s after 11am). MAAP The Cycling Podcast x MAAP collection is available now. Go to maap.cc to see the full MAAP range. Friends of the Podcast Sign up as a Friend of the Podcast at thecyclingpodcast.com to listen to more than 100 exclusive episodes. Our latest KM0 specials, ‘How to Become a Pro Cyclist’ and ‘How to Become an Ex-Pro Cyclist’ are available on the Kilometre 0 for Friends of The Cycling Podcast feed now.  The Cycling Podcast is on Strava The Cycling Podcast was founded in 2013 by Richard Moore, Daniel Friebe and Lionel Birnie.
Daniel Friebe & Brian Nygaard are following the Giro d’Italia from end to end, north to south, Turin to Rome, providing daily coverage - and today our dynamic duo report from Stage 13 and Cento. Our Girovagando podcasts feature race analysis, interviews and regular features such as Larranzando, our almost daily postcards from Italy with Décathlon-AG2r La Mondiale’s Larry Warbasse. Follow us on social media: Twitter @cycling_podcast Instagram @thecyclingpodcast Babbel Learn a language the fun, easy way with intuitive 15-minute lessons you can do when you want. Choose from 14 languages including Spanish, French, Italian and German. Get six months free with the purchase of a six-month subscription at Babbel.com/play with the promo code CYCLE24. The 11.01 Cappuccino Our regular email newsletter is now on Substack. Subscribe here for frothy, full-fat updates to enjoy any time (as long as it’s after 11am). MAAP The Cycling Podcast x MAAP collection is available now. Go to maap.cc to see the full MAAP range. Friends of the Podcast Sign up as a Friend of the Podcast at thecyclingpodcast.com to listen to more than 100 exclusive episodes. Our latest KM0 specials, ‘How to Become a Pro Cyclist’ and ‘How to Become an Ex-Pro Cyclist’ are available on the Kilometre 0 for Friends of The Cycling Podcast feed now.  The Cycling Podcast is on Strava The Cycling Podcast was founded in 2013 by Richard Moore, Daniel Friebe and Lionel Birnie.
Daniel Friebe & Brian Nygaard are following the Giro d’Italia from end to end, north to south, Turin to Rome, providing daily coverage - and today our dynamic duo report from Stage 12 and Fano. Our Girovagando podcasts feature race analysis, interviews and regular features such as Larranzando, our almost daily postcards from Italy with Décathlon-AG2r La Mondiale’s Larry Warbasse. Follow us on social media: Twitter @cycling_podcast Instagram @thecyclingpodcast The 11.01 Cappuccino Our regular email newsletter is now on Substack. Subscribe here for frothy, full-fat updates to enjoy any time (as long as it’s after 11am). MAAP The Cycling Podcast x MAAP collection is available now. Go to maap.cc to see the full MAAP range. Friends of the Podcast Sign up as a Friend of the Podcast at thecyclingpodcast.com to listen to more than 100 exclusive episodes. Our latest KM0 specials, ‘How to Become a Pro Cyclist’ and ‘How to Become an Ex-Pro Cyclist’ are available on the Kilometre 0 for Friends of The Cycling Podcast feed now. The Cycling Podcast is on Strava The Cycling Podcast was founded in 2013 by Richard Moore, Daniel Friebe and Lionel Birnie.
Daniel Friebe & Brian Nygaard are following the Giro d’Italia from end to end, north to south, Turin to Rome, providing daily coverage - and today our dynamic duo report from stage 11 & Francavilla al Mare. Our Girovagando podcasts feature race analysis, interviews and regular features such as Larranzando, our almost daily postcards from Italy with Décathlon-AG2r La Mondiale’s Larry Warbasse. Follow us on social media: Twitter @cycling_podcast Instagram @thecyclingpodcast The 11.01 Cappuccino Our regular email newsletter is now on Substack. Subscribe here for frothy, full-fat updates to enjoy any time (as long as it’s after 11am). MAAP The Cycling Podcast x MAAP collection is available now. Go to maap.cc to see the full MAAP range. Friends of the Podcast Sign up as a Friend of the Podcast at thecyclingpodcast.com to listen to more than 100 exclusive episodes. Our latest KM0 specials, ‘How to Become a Pro Cyclist’ and ‘How to Become an Ex-Pro Cyclist’ are available on the Kilometre 0 for Friends of The Cycling Podcast feed now.  The Cycling Podcast is on Strava The Cycling Podcast was founded in 2013 by Richard Moore, Daniel Friebe and Lionel Birnie.
Daniel Friebe & Brian Nygaard are following the Giro d’Italia from end to end, north to south, Turin to Rome, providing daily coverage - and today our dynamic duo report from stage 10 & Cusano Mutri. Our Girovagando podcasts feature race analysis, interviews and regular features such as Larranzando, our almost daily postcards from Italy with Décathlon-AG2r La Mondiale’s Larry Warbasse. Follow us on social media: Twitter @cycling_podcast Instagram @thecyclingpodcast The 11.01 Cappuccino Our regular email newsletter is now on Substack. Subscribe here for frothy, full-fat updates to enjoy any time (as long as it’s after 11am). MAAP The Cycling Podcast x MAAP collection is available now. Go to maap.cc to see the full MAAP range. Friends of the Podcast Sign up as a Friend of the Podcast at thecyclingpodcast.com to listen to more than 100 exclusive episodes. Our latest KM0 specials, ‘How to Become a Pro Cyclist’ and ‘How to Become an Ex-Pro Cyclist’ are available on the Kilometre 0 for Friends of The Cycling Podcast feed now.  The Cycling Podcast is on Strava The Cycling Podcast was founded in 2013 by Richard Moore, Daniel Friebe and Lionel Birnie.
Daniel Friebe & Brian Nygaard are following the Giro d’Italia from end to end, north to south, Turin to Rome, providing daily coverage - and today our dynamic duo report from stage 9 & Naples. Our Girovagando podcasts feature race analysis, interviews and regular features such as Larranzando, our almost daily postcards from Italy with Décathlon-AG2r La Mondiale’s Larry Warbasse. Follow us on social media: Twitter @cycling_podcast Instagram @thecyclingpodcast The 11.01 Cappuccino Our regular email newsletter is now on Substack. Subscribe here for frothy, full-fat updates to enjoy any time (as long as it’s after 11am). MAAP The Cycling Podcast x MAAP collection is available now. Go to maap.cc to see the full MAAP range. Friends of the Podcast Sign up as a Friend of the Podcast at thecyclingpodcast.com to listen to more than 100 exclusive episodes. Our latest KM0 specials, ‘How to Become a Pro Cyclist’ and ‘How to Become an Ex-Pro Cyclist’ are available on the Kilometre 0 for Friends of The Cycling Podcast feed now.  The Cycling Podcast is on Strava The Cycling Podcast was founded in 2013 by Richard Moore, Daniel Friebe and Lionel Birnie.
Daniel Friebe & Brian Nygaard are following the Giro d’Italia from end to end, north to south, Turin to Rome, providing daily coverage - and today our dynamic duo report from stage 1 & Turin. Our Girovagando podcasts feature race analysis, interviews and regular features such as Larranzando, our almost daily postcards from Italy with Décathlon-AG2r La Mondiale’s Larry Warbasse. Follow us on social media: Twitter @cycling_podcast Instagram @thecyclingpodcast The 11.01 Cappuccino Our regular email newsletter is now on Substack. Subscribe here for frothy, full-fat updates to enjoy any time (as long as it’s after 11am). MAAP The Cycling Podcast x MAAP collection is available now. Go to maap.cc to see the full MAAP range. Friends of the Podcast Sign up as a Friend of the Podcast at thecyclingpodcast.com to listen to more than 100 exclusive episodes. Our latest KM0 specials, ‘How to Become a Pro Cyclist’ and ‘How to Become an Ex-Pro Cyclist’ are available on the Kilometre 0 for Friends of The Cycling Podcast feed now.  The Cycling Podcast is on Strava The Cycling Podcast was founded in 2013 by Richard Moore, Daniel Friebe and Lionel Birnie.
Daniel Friebe & Brian Nygaard are following the Giro d’Italia from end to end, north to south, Turin to Rome, providing daily coverage - and today our dynamic duo report from stage 1 & Turin. Our Girovagando podcasts feature race analysis, interviews and regular features such as Larranzando, our almost daily postcards from Italy with Décathlon-AG2r La Mondiale’s Larry Warbasse. Follow us on social media: Twitter @cycling_podcast Instagram @thecyclingpodcast The 11.01 Cappuccino Our regular email newsletter is now on Substack. Subscribe here for frothy, full-fat updates to enjoy any time (as long as it’s after 11am). MAAP The Cycling Podcast x MAAP collection is available now. Go to maap.cc to see the full MAAP range. Friends of the Podcast Sign up as a Friend of the Podcast at thecyclingpodcast.com to listen to more than 100 exclusive episodes. Our latest KM0 specials, ‘How to Become a Pro Cyclist’ and ‘How to Become an Ex-Pro Cyclist’ are available on the Kilometre 0 for Friends of The Cycling Podcast feed now.  The Cycling Podcast is on Strava The Cycling Podcast was founded in 2013 by Richard Moore, Daniel Friebe and Lionel Birnie.
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alan cramer

such sad news. thoughts are with family and friends.

Mar 30th
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Cathal McCionnaith

Lads, come on, you mention UAE and Gazprom in the same sentence, then refer to actions taken by sports governing bodies, how, why or when would you care to mention the fact that we've had several races in the middle East already this season, where there is a very significant conflict, in fact currently the most grievous conflict as per the UN, where the UAE and Western powers are involved in a war in Yemen, which you fail to touch on, how is that possible, hundreds of thousands of people displaced, killed, including massive numbers of children, yet the cycling world is silent, no boycott, no blitzing of information, no humanitarian gestures....you'd think the first time conflict /war ever occurred was in Feb 24th.....I'm really dissapointed with you lads, you are articulate, informed, just look at Daniels recall in your final piece, yet Silent on Yemen, as is most of the world, hypocrisy and double standards are rife! I'm not here to defend Russias actions, however to overlook the fact

Mar 16th
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Jeremy Brown

Thank you guys, great podcast.

Jul 5th
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Jeremy Brown

My favourite podcast, sorry to see Kate go but she'll be back. Loving the Tour but I think we all needed a bit of rest after the first 9 stages, wow, what a race!

Jul 5th
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Jeremy Brown

Love this podcast, Cav back to his best.

Jul 2nd
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David Morgan

Very expensive unfortunately

Jun 24th
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Paul Hicks

Awsome story, thank you!

Jun 2nd
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Dj Thompson

I've tried sticking with you guys, but after the Mathieu van Der Poel bashing episode, I just can't. Best of luck to all of you, and happy trails.

May 12th
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Kiat Huang

Brilliant to hear from Tom Pidcock and fascinating for having a current Pro rider hosting it. Pidcock was a wonderful junior talent, similar to Lucy Garner who looks like getting her cycling career back on track. Tom is even more talented, possibly Merckx like! With his physique, talent and mentality, I'm hoping he'll become the world's best for many years, in classics and GTs.

Apr 16th
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Ian Lucas

Compensation and prize money will always be about supply and demand.

Mar 12th
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Klemen Hrastnik

Daniel The egg story is not yet on Harry Potter level, but go on :)

Nov 14th
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Klemen Hrastnik

Hi Mitch! Firstly thanks for great podcast! I am Listening it since the Orica times. When you had a proper mullet :) You are saying that next pody is the last one and a special on? My sixth sense is saying that you will open a mystery box of Primož Roglič and showing the world that he is not so quiet one :) Keep up a good work! And come to Slovenia for a bit of great Cycling, ask Mezza about it ;)

Nov 5th
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Chris Murphy

227

Sep 17th
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Dazza Tm

Loved every minute Mitch

May 27th
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K K

Hey Mitch, just one reason why people set the difficulty to zero is for racing. With no gradient simulation, the race is a flat road, so you don't get hit by gear changes and/or fatigue from climbing

May 7th
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Graham Rooke

Really enjoyed this episode, loved the discussion on the favourite parts of the Ronde

Mar 23rd
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SecretSam999

"Rim brakes are just as good as discs", she says, not having ridden discs....

Mar 4th
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SecretSam999

Porte would also need to stay rubber side down

Feb 1st
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Maarten Borsten

woow maybe because I am Dutch but this is crap

Jan 15th
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Kenny Milne

in my opinion this is by far the best cycling podcast , I enjoy these throughout the whole season

Jul 27th
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