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Richard Moore

Richard Moore is a Scottish journalist, author, former racing cyclist, and one of the most established cycling journalists around today. He co-hosts of the Cycling Podcast. He is the author of the books "In Search of Robert Millar," "Heroes, Villains & Velodromes," "Slaying the Badger: LeMond, Hinault and the Greatest Ever Tour de France," and many more.
Recent episodes featuring Richard Moore
74: The Tour without Froome
Episode of
The Cycling Podcast
Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe meet at Vermuteria in London's Kings Cross to discuss the implications of the crash which will keep four-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome of this year's race.Daniel was at the Critérium du Dauphiné when Froome crashed and he explains what happened and how it will affect Team Ineos at the Tour.Froome was not the only high-profile crash victim this week. Defending Tour champion Geraint Thomas added to Team Ineos's woes when he fell at the Tour of Switzerland and although the Welshman is expected to be fit to start the Tour we assess the impact on the team's chances of winning the race.And what of Tom Dumoulin, who withdrew from the Dauphiné? Does all this mean that Astana's Jakob Fuglsang will start the Tour as the unlikely favourite?OUR SPONSORS Rapha has launched its new custom kit giving you the chance to design your own Rapha kit. Begin your journey now. Choose from the varied set of templates, pick your colours and add your logos. Make your mark with Rapha Custom at https://www.rapha.cc/gb/en/custom/ Pédaleur de Charme Pédaleur and pédaleuse de charme t-shirts, caps, and jerseys are in stock in all sizes on the Rapha website https://www.rapha.cc/fr/en/stories/the-cycling-podcast-rapha Science In Sport are offering all listeners 25 per cent off their range of energy bars, drinks and gels at https://scienceinsport.com. Use the code SISCP25 when you reach the check-out.This week's episode is sponsored by Harry's razors. You can get your Harry's trial set for just £3.95 by going to www.harrys.com/cycling
73: The Women's Tour Press Conference
Episode of
The Cycling Podcast
The final episode of The Cycling Podcast Féminin from the Ovo Energy Women’s Tour is a press conference, in which Orla Chennaoui, Rose Manley and Richard Moore answer listeners’ questions.Topics range from the future of the Women’s Tour to the differences between men’s and women’s teams and there’s an interview with Morgane Gaultier, women’s cycling coordinator at the world governing body, the UCI. The Cycling Podcast Féminin is supported by Rapha, Science in Sport and Skoda
72: FRIENDS OF THE PODCAST SPECIAL | LIMITED RELEASE | Mont Ventoux: Heat, Wind & Fear
Episode of
The Cycling Podcast
The 17th of June marks the inaugural Mont Ventoux Denivele Challenges. Discover the stories behind the mountain in one of our favourite ever Friends of the Podcast specials: Heat, Wind and Fear. Available in our main feed for a short time only!Get other episodes like this by becoming a Friend of the Podcast https://thecyclingpodcast.com/friends ---------------Mont Ventoux has inspired novelists, musicians and playwrights. It has prompted philosophers to ponder the meaning of life and it has tempted countless cyclists to test themselves against its steep slope. But the Giant of Provence has a dark side too. It is where Tom Simpson died in stifling heat during the 1967 Tour de France and where Marco Pantani and Lance Armstrong duelled in 2000. The Tour de France returns to Mont Ventoux on Bastille Day this year and so this episode looks at the mountain, its stories and its myths.
71: Stage 6 | Carmarthen - Pembrey Country Park | Women's Tour 2019
Episode of
The Cycling Podcast
The final stage of the Ovo Energy Women's Tour saw Lizzie Deignan seal the overall victory, her first win since becoming a mother less than nine months ago. She also became the first rider to win two editions of a race that was first held in 2014, having also won in 2016.In The Cycling Podcast Féminin, Orla Chennaoui, Rose Manley and Richard Moore discuss the final stage and look back over the six days of racing. We hear from Deignan and the runner-up, Kasia Niewiadoma, as well as the race director Mick Bennett and one of the revelations, Lizzy Banks, who finished seventh overall. Bennett tells us that it had been the toughest edition of the Women's Tour and that they will consult with the teams and riders to make more changes to next year's race. The Cycling Podcast Féminin is supported by Rapha, Science in Sport and Rapha.
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London, UK
Episode Count
764
Podcast Count
2
Total Airtime
3 weeks, 2 days