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Tragedy struck this weekend with the death of Antoine Demoitie, who passed away after being hit by a race motorbike during Gent-Wevelgem. The Cyclingnews team report from Belgium, where they covered the race before attending a press conference organised by the rider’s team, Wanty-Groupe Gobert. There, we hear from sporting director Hilare Van Der Scheuren, who in a touching tribute, shares his personal memories of Demoitie. The Cyclingnews team of Sadhbh O’Shea and Barry Ryan also assess what Sunday’s tragic events mean for motorbikes in races and what could be done in the future to help increase safety. We also look back at the racing at E3 Harelbeke and Gent-Wevelgem. Michal Kwiatkowski and Peter Sagan ended the weekend with a victory apiece. Fabian Cancellara came out with nothing tangible to show for his efforts, but two strong performances prove he’s right on form. Barry and Sadhbh also pick out other standout performances from the weekend, including Tiesj Benoot and Sep Vanmarcke. The podcast...
In this week's episode of the Cyclingnews Poscast, Sadhbh O'Shea, Patrick Fletcher and Ed Pickering discuss the recent discovery of a motor in the bike of Femke Van den Driessche. We hear from Bradley Wiggins, Christine Majerus and Harry Gibbings, the CEO of Typhoon Bikes who have been assisting the UCI in their efforts to look for illegal motors. The team also talk about Marcel Kittel beating Mark Cavendish in the first stage of the Dubai Tour.
In this week's edition, Sadhbh O'Shea, Patrick Fletcher and Cycling Plus editor Rob Spedding take a look back at Jon Izagirre's victory in Poland and Joe Dombrowski's overall success at the Tour of Utah. We discuss Chris Froome's announcement that he's going to be racing the Vuelta a España alongside Movistar teammates Nairo Quintana and Alejandro Valverde, and Vincenzo Nibali (Astana). Plus the latest on the transfer window. We also hear from Marcel Kittel on his comeback in Poland and Simon Clarke on his plans for the future.
Vasil Kiryienka (Balarus) won the world title in the individual time trial at the UCI Road World Championships in Richmond, Virginia ahead of Adriano Malori, and Jerome Coppel. It was a shock result with pre-race favourites Tony Martin, Tom Dumoulin and Rohan Dennis all missing out on the podium. In this latest Cyclingnews podcast we sit down with Frankie Andreu and analyse a thrilling day of racing, while there are interviews with Dumoulin, Martin and Taylor Phinney.
Mark Cavendish finally got a win on the board as Chris Froome moved into yellow. Interviews with Chris Froome and Mark Cavendish.
This week the Cyclingnews team look back at an exhilarating edition of the Vuelta a Espana, in which Nairo Quintana nudged Chris Froome into second place, and Esteban Chaves finished third. There are also exclusive interviews with Mark Cavendish and Dan Martin, both of whom have major obectives for the rest of the season. We also look back the latest action from the two Canadian World Tour races – won by Peter Sagan and Greg Van Avermaet - as well as the key talking points from the Tour of Britain. With the build-up to next month’s Worlds, we kick-off a new series in which current and former riders go back in time and re-live their most memorable or important experiences at World Championship level. First up is John Herety. Now manager of JLT Condor, Herety was the former team director for the Great Britain men’s team. He was in charge when Charly Wegelius and Tom Southam rode for Italy in controversial circumstances. Herety lost his job as a result and Southam and Wegelius never rode for their...
We have another special edition for you this week with Cyclingnews Editor Daniel Benson talking to Cadel Evans about his career. Evans looks back on his time as a professional, which began in 2000 with the Saeco team after a spell as a stagiaire in 1999. He moved to Mapei-QuickStep in 2001 and made his Giro d’Italia debut and finished a surprising 14th place despite suffering a major hunger flat on the final mountain stage. The 2002 Giro also gave Evans a taste what it was like to wear a leader’s jersey, even if it was only for a day. A two-year stint at Telekom, plagued by injury and disappointment, was followed by five years with Lotto, which brought with it podium places at the Tour de France and the Vuelta a Espana. At the end of 2009, Evans had put everything into the basket of the World Championships but was seen as the plan b to one-day racer Simon Gerrans. In the interview Evans explains how the team voted to ride for Gerrans rather than him but it was he who would later go on to wear the...
Italy hosts the first of its two 'Monument Classics' this Saturday at Milan-San Remo. The Recon Ride breaks down the 291 kilometres of racing and covers the top contenders and the under-the-radar outsiders in the latest podcast. 2015 race winner John Degenkolb provides some pro analysis of his own midway through the show to lend at least a bit of professional credibility to the whole affair.
The Giro d'Italia is in the rearview mirror, and that means Tour de France tune-up season is underway. Everything kicks off this weekend at the Critérium du Dauphiné. One of the most prestigious one-week events on the pro cycling calendar, the Dauphiné has drawn most of the Tour's top contenders – as it usually does – for eight days of hard racing in France. Defending champion Chris Froome will look for win number four, but the competition will be fierce with Alberto Contador, Richie Porte, Alejandro Valverde and plenty of other big names in the mix. A parcours that features a time trial and some very steep climbs will ensure the Dauphiné is an ideal proving ground for the big stars ahead of cycling's main event.
In the latest Cyclingnews podcast brought to you in association with Sportful, Pinarello and Floyd’s of Leadville the CN team preview the first stage of this year’s Tour de France.  We talk to stage 1 favourite Elia Viviani, and Alex Kristoff, as well as yellow jersey favourite Egan Bernal and Gianni Moscon.   To subscribe to the Cyclingnews podcast, click here: http://cyclingnews.podbean.com/ Sponsor message Born in the Italian Dolomites, Sportful has been making athletes faster, more efficient and better protected since 1972. Official apparel supplier to Team Virtu Cycling, Bora-Hansgrohe and Bahrain Merida. The same Pro Issue apparel, which includes our BodyFit Pro and Fiandre lines, worn by Marta Bastianelli, Peter Sagan and Vincenzo Nibali is available to purchase by all cyclists.BodyFit Pro; a form fitting design with a focus on enhanced aerodynamics was created specifically for the rigours of pro bike racing. Our versatile Fiandre line uses proprietary technology to keep you dry and comfortable in inclement, variable weather conditions.Sportful leads the market with innovative and technical apparel so you can experience those unforgettable moments, your very best days on a bike. For more details visit sportful.com. Follow the ride on instagram @sportful
It’s Sunday evening and the Tour de France heads into its second rest-day with the race pausing in Carcassonne until Tuesday morning. The last two stages have been decided by breaks, with Astana winning on both occasions. Behind the stage honors lies the delicate battle for the GC with Geraint Thomas and Chris Froome sitting ahead of Tom Dumoulin.  In the latest Cyclingnews podcast we hear from both Team Sky riders on the environment they’ve faced at the race with pockets of fans booing the yellow jersey and his team. We also hear from Tom Southam on how EF Education First are hoping to bounce back from losing Rigoberto Uran – their hope for the overall standings. And we also hear from former footballer Frank de Boer, who is at the race for Dutch television. De Boer talks about the Ajax philosophy, entertaining football and if the same ethos can be transferred to cycling.  This podcast is brought to you in association with Prendas Ciclismo, Pinarello and Floyds of Leadville.   
In this episode of the Cyclingnews Podcast, the team takes a look back at the men's and women's Fleche Wallonne races. In the men's, Julian Alaphilippe claimed is second title, while Anna van der Breggen stormed to a record equalling fifth in the women's event.  As well as the winning rides, we discuss some of the standout performances and some of those that didn't hit the mark.  We also hear from Van der Breggen on her win, Jakob Fuglang on taking second in the men's race and Michael Matthews on his eighth place after a difficult start to the season.  Sponsor message Born in the Italian Dolomites, Sportful has been making athletes faster, more efficient and better protected since 1972. Sportful has a rich and successful racing history; optimising performance for athletes who have gone onto win Grand Tours, one-day classics, and the World Championships. Sportful leads the market with innovative and technical apparel so you can experience those unforgettable moments, your very best days on a bike. For more details visit Sportful.com and follow the ride on Instagram @sportful. 
Exclusive interview with the Tour de France winner, Brailsford talks Colombia and EF manager on Martinez  In this week's edition of the Cyclingnews podcast - brought to you in association with Sportful, Floyd's of Leadville and Pinarello, we have an exclusive interview with 2018 Tour de France winner Geraint Thomas. The Welshman opens up about his hunt for form ahead of his Tour defence; his race programme for the season; the track and his first days on the road; and his hopes for the Worlds Championships this year.  We also head to Colombia and catch up with Dave Brailsford about his search for a team sponsor, and Colombian cycling in general, and there's a short catch up with EF Education First manager Jonathan Vaughters - who is also in Colombia - about the development of Daniel Martinez, who is tipped for big things as his career develops.   Sponsor message  Born in the Italian Dolomites, Sportful (https://www.sportful.com/ii) has been making athletes faster, more efficient and better protected since 1972.  Sportful has a rich and successful racing history; optimising performance for athletes who have gone onto win Grand Tours, one-day classics, and the World Championships.  Sportful leads the market with innovative and technical apparel so you can experience those unforgettable moments, your very best days on a bike.  For more details visit Sportful.com (https://www.sportful.com/ii) and follow the ride on Instagram @sportful  (https://www.instagram.com/sportful/)
In this episode of the Cyclingnews Podcast, brought to you by Sportful, Floyds of Leadville and Pinarello, we kick off 2020 with an exclusive interview with Peter Stetina. The American rider turned away from the WorldTour at the end of the 2019 campaign, and is now preparing for a change in direction as he embarks on a season of gravel races. In late December, we sat down with Stetina, who enjoyed ten years at the top of elite racing at the WorldTour level.  He talks about his time in the sport, stage racing, almost losing his leg after a career-threatening crash, and how his accident forced him to take stock of everything around him. "I'm stepping away in my prime," Stetina tells us, as he looks back on a decade-long career that has spanned a number of high-profile teams.  Stetina also talks about his charity work and the causes close to him, before opening up about his hopes for the future, as he enters a new phase of his life. We hope you enjoy our discussion with Peter Stetina.   To subscribe to the Cyclingnews podcast, click here.     Sponsor message   Born in the Italian Dolomites, Sportful has been making athletes faster, more efficient and better protected since 1972. Official apparel supplier to Team Virtu Cycling, Bora-Hansgrohe and Bahrain-Merida. The same Pro Issue apparel, which includes our BodyFit Pro and Fiandre lines, worn by Marta Bastianelli, Peter Sagan and Vincenzo Nibali is available to purchase by all cyclists. BodyFit Pro; a form fitting design with a focus on enhanced aerodynamics was created specifically for the rigours of pro bike racing. Our versatile Fiandre line uses proprietary technology to keep you dry and comfortable in inclement, variable weather conditions. Sportful leads the market with innovative and technical apparel so you can experience those unforgettable moments, your very best days on a bike. For more details visit sportful.com. Follow the ride on Instagram @sportful.
Joaquim Rodriguez wins as Chris Froome moves into yellow on a crash-marred stage. We talk to Orica-GreenEdge DS Matt White, after five of his riders
In the latest edition of the Cyclingnews Podcast, editor Daniel Benson talks to Cannondale-Drapac team manager Jonathan Vaughters. The American relives his team’s 2016 season, which he admits was ‘quiet’ despite finishing higher in the WorldTour rankings than they ever have before. He tells us how Pierre Rolland earned his respect and the impact Andrew Talansky’s decision to miss the Tour de France had on their ambitions. Next year will see a few changes in the team’s line-up with Taylor Phinney, Sep Vanmarcke, Hugh Carthy and Brendan Canty, among others, signing for 2017. Vaughters explains that his aim had been to bolster his Classics line-up, where he sees opportunities for success next season, and expresses his regret at losing riders such as Ramunas Navardauskas and Jack Bobridge. He also talks about his hopes for Phinney, and his belief that the 26-year-old can return to top form after his crash in 2014. Finally, Vaughters discusses his team’s ambition to race clean, how close he came to leaving...
In this week's episode of the Cyclingnews podcast brought to you in association with Sportful, Pinarello and Floyd's of Leadville, we look back at a compelling Opening Weekend in which Deceuninck-QuickStep dominated with wins for Zedenek Stybar and Bob Jungels. We hear from the winners, the losers and some of those in between.  We also analyse a number of performances, and hear from, amongst others, Wout van Aert, who was making his road WorldTour debut; Steven de Jongh after a hugely disappointing weekend for Trek-Segafredo and Mat Hayman on the transition from rider to director.  We also interview Matteo Trentin after the Italian fought back from a crash in Omloop to salvage a top 10, and Owain Doull on his breakthrough second place in Kuurne and Bob Jungels after his dramatic win. The big debate within the Cyclingnews team is whether the talented all-rounder should focus on the Classics or keep alive his Grand Tour ambitions.   Sponsor message  Born in the Italian Dolomites, Sportful (https://www.sportful.com/ii) has been making athletes faster, more efficient and better protected since 1972. Sportful has a rich and successful racing history; optimising performance for athletes who have gone onto win Grand Tours, one-day classics, and the World Championships.  Sportful leads the market with innovative and technical apparel so you can experience those unforgettable moments, your very best days on a bike. For more details visit Sportful.com (https://www.sportful.com/ii)  and follow the ride on Instagram @sportful  (https://www.instagram.com/sportful/)
The 2019 Tour de France is just a matter of days away but already the Cyclingnews team has arrived in Brussels for the Grand Depart.Wednesday saw the first set of team press conferences with EF Education First and FDJ Groupama holding court in front of the gathering media. After our exclusive behind-the-scenes podcast with EF last week we were back for more and we sat down with Michael Woods for a second time as he talks about his imminent Tour de France debut.We debate Thibaut Pinot’s chances of ending the French nation’s drought in their home race but also wind the clock back and discuss the controversial call from Dimension Data to leave Mark Cavendish out of their Tour de France squad. The Manxman has struggled for form and fitness for the last two seasons and despite a reputation as one of the fastest riders of the last ten years, team owner Doug Ryder saw no place for him in the squad’s starting eight. Team Sunweb held their pre-Tour press conference on Wednesday too, but it the Netherlands rather than Brussels. The event was dominated by news surrounding the squad’s team leaders, with Michael Matthews announcing that he had extended his contract for a further two years, while Tom Dumoulin – who of course isn’t racing the Tour – forced to deny speculation that he was on the cusp of breaking his contract and moving to Jumbo Visma. To subscribe to the Cyclingnews podcast, click here: http://cyclingnews.podbean.com/Sponsor message Born in the Italian Dolomites, Sportful has been making athletes faster, more efficient and better protected since 1972. Official apparel supplier to Team Virtu Cycling, Bora-Hansgrohe and Bahrain Merida. The same Pro Issue apparel, which includes our BodyFit Pro and Fiandre lines, worn by Marta Bastianelli, Peter Sagan and Vincenzo Nibali is available to purchase by all cyclists.BodyFit Pro; a form fitting design with a focus on enhanced aerodynamics was created specifically for the rigours of pro bike racing. Our versatile Fiandre line uses proprietary technology to keep you dry and comfortable in inclement, variable weather conditions.Sportful leads the market with innovative and technical apparel so you can experience those unforgettable moments, your very best days on a bike. For more details visit sportful.com. Follow the ride on instagram @sportful
 The Tour de France may have reached its first rest day but that hasn't meant that the circus surrounding the race has come to a halt. Cyclingnews spent the day hopping between press conferences at Team Sky, Sunweb, Trek-Segafredo and BMC Racing to pick up the latest news. We started the morning in Chambery, where we picked up the leadership question at Team Sky with both Geraint Thomas and Chris Froome discussing the options that lay ahead. Then it was over to Trek-Segafredo for a catch up with stage 9 winner John Degenkolb, before Jim Ochowicz announced to the media that CCC would step in and save his team. Finally, we headed to Sunweb to hear from Tom Dumoulin on his challenge and his rivals. No stage but another action-packed day at the Tour with analysis from Daniel Benson and Ed Pickering.
The Grand Tour landscape for 2018 continues to develop with the unveiling of next year’s Giro d’Italia route on Wednesday evening. The 3,546.2-kilometre, three-week event starts in Israel and takes in just 44.2km of time trialling and a total of eight summit finishes.    Perhaps the biggest news of the evening was the confirmation that Chris Froome would make a return after an eight-year absence, to attempt the fabled Giro-Tour double.    In the latest edition of the Cyclingnews podcast Daniel Benson and Sadhbh O’Shea, joined by Procycling editor Ed Pickering, take a closer look at the route, ask if Froome can achieve where others have failed in the last 20 years and discuss the political challenges faced by the organisers by bringing the race to Israel.    We also hear from this year’s champion Tom Dumoulin and Cyclingnews’ European editor Stephen Farrand, who was at the route announcement, makes a guest appearance to give us his thoughts on the route.
Talk of 'The Classics' tends to invoke thoughts of spring in northern Europe, but the fifth of the five Monuments gets underway in October in Italy. Il Lombardia kicks off Sunday in Bergamo, offering the climbers a tasty opportunity to nab a big one-day win before the road cycling season comes to a close. 2016 winner Esteban Chaves won't be in attendance after crashing hard at the Giro dell'Emilia, but 2015 winner Vincenzo Nibali will, one of several big names on the always impressive start list. The Recon Ride previews 'the race of the falling leaves,' looking into the route and the favourites, with a bit of expert analysis from Lotto Soudal's Tim Wellens.
Last week, when we recorded an episode entirely devoted to the covid-19 coronavirus crisis. The hope was that by now we’d be back to some semblance of normality and that racing would at least be back on the agenda. Seven days later though and that scenario is far bleaker than many of us could have imagined. Granted, as we recorded this episode Paris-Nice is somehow still on but around the world bike races are being pulled left right and centre. It looks as though the entire season is at risk. Coming up we’ll hear from our European Editor Stephen Farrand, who is based in Italy, one of the most heavily hit countries, and we talk to Italy’s Matteo Trentin from CCC team, who gives us riders’ perspective.  But we start this episode by talking to Rob Harris, AP’s global sports correspondent. In this interview, we step away from cycling and look at the wider problems that sport now facing. We ask who decides which sports go ahead, whether, as Lewis Hamilton recently said ‘cash is king’ and just how damaging the possible loss of marquee events such as the Olympics, European Championships and a host of other events could be for sport on a global stage.  Closer to home, Stephen Farrand has been with Cyclingnews for almost a decade. He is based in Italy and has covered the Giro since 1994. These are unprecedented times for Italian cycling and its society as a whole. We caught up with Stephen on Thursday afternoon, just after the conclusion of stage 5 at Paris-Nice. He gives his insight into how Italy is coping and where racing could go from here. For our final interview, we stick with an Italian theme. Matteo Trentin is the vice president of the Italian riders association and one of the most respected riders in the peloton. The CCC rider is currently in Spain for a short training camp but we spoke with him about his thoughts on racing and the coronavirus and what the riders and teams should be doing under the difficult circumstances.    To subscribe to the Cyclingnews podcast, click here.  Our latest competition gives you the chance to win one of two musettes. We have one from Katusha Alpecin that’s stuffed with goodies and kit from last year, while we also have a similar prize for BMC Racing fans. Can you tell we’ve recently moved offices and need to clear some space?  All you have to do to win these fantastic prizes is head to our Itunes page, give us a review and post your top three kits for 2020 (men’s or women’s). We’ll announce the winners in the next couple of weeks.  This podcast was brought to you by Sportful and Floyds of Leadville.   Sponsor message Born in the Italian Dolomites, Sportful has been making athletes faster, more efficient and better protected since 1972 Official apparel supplier to Bora-Hansgrohe.  The same Pro Issue apparel, which includes our BodyFit Pro and Fiandre lines, worn by Peter Sagan is available to purchase by all cyclists.  BodyFit Pro; a form fitting design with a focus on enhanced aerodynamics was created specifically for the rigors of pro bike racing.  Our versatile Fiandre line uses proprietary technology to keep you dry and comfortable in inclement, variable weather conditions.  Sportful leads the market with innovative and technical apparel so you can experience those unforgettable moments, your very best days on a bike.  For more details visit sportful.com Follow the ride on instagram @sportful
In the latest episode of the Cyclingnews podcast, brought to you in association with Sportful, Pinarello and Floyd’s of Leadville, we look back on the opening week of the Giro d’Italia and debate whether the race is effectively over after Primoz Roglic put significant time between himself and his rivals in the stage 9 time trial. There are still two weeks of racing and a flurry of mountain stages to come and while Roglic is in the driving seat the likes of Vincenzo Nibali will be confident of at least trying to unsettle the Jumbo Visma rider.   Simon Yates, on the other hand, has several minutes to make up after a shocking time trial on stage 9, and we debate whether the British climber can bounce back in the second half of the week. We hear from Tom Dumoulin and discuss whether his departure is good or bad for Roglic, and finally we hear from Caleb Ewan, who won his first Grand Tour stage in Lotto Soudal colours on stage 8. To subscribe to the Cyclingnews podcast, click here https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-cycling-news-podcast/id1012929015    Sponsor message  Born in the Italian Dolomites, Sportful has been making athletes faster, more efficient and better protected since 1972. Official apparel supplier to Team Virtu Cycling, Bora-Hansgrohe and Bahrain Merida.  The same Pro Issue apparel, which includes our BodyFit Pro and Fiandre lines, worn by Marta Basitianelli ,Peter Sagan and Vincenzo Nibali is available to purchase by all cyclists. BodyFit Pro; a form fitting design with a focus on enhanced aerodynamics was created specifically for the rigours of pro bike racing.  Our versatile Fiandre line uses proprietary technolgy to keep you dry and comfortable in inclement, variable weather conditions.  Sportful leads the market with innovative and technical apparel so you can experience those unforgettable moments, your very best days on a bike. For more details visit sportful.com  Follow the ride on instagram @sportful
In the latest instalment of the Cyclingnews podcast Daniel Benson and special guest Philippa York look back at an exciting stage at the Criterium du Dauphine. They talk about the action and hear from a quartet of  Chris Froome, Tom Domoulin, Jakob Fuglsang, and Adam Yates but the trust of the podcast centres around Thibaut Pinot and the search for a French Tour de France winner and when riders face the reality of retirement.  Pinot takes centre stage after he attacked several times on the stage and split the GC group. It was a real sign of intent and although the Tour de France is still several weeks away his performance will have drawn attention. York talks about the pressure placed on French riders since the days of Bernard Hinault and the generations of riders who have grown up in the rider’s illustrious shadow.  We also talk about retirement. Stage 2 saw Steve Cummings pull of the race and although there’s no indication that the rider will hang up his wheels, at the age of 38 it’s not beyond the realms of possibility either. We discuss the causes of retirement and what prompts a rider to eventually make that tough decision to stop.  To subscribe to the Cyclingnews podcast, click here. Sponsor message Born in the Italian Dolomites, Sportful has been making athletes faster, more efficient and better protected since 1972. Official apparel supplier to Team Virtu Cycling, Bora-Hansgrohe and Bahrain Merida. The same Pro Issue apparel, which includes our BodyFit Pro and Fiandre lines, worn by Marta Bastianelli, Peter Sagan and Vincenzo Nibali is available to purchase by all cyclists. BodyFit Pro; a form fitting design with a focus on enhanced aerodynamics was created specifically for the rigours of pro bike racing. Our versatile Fiandre line uses proprietary technology to keep you dry and comfortable in inclement, variable weather conditions. Sportful leads the market with innovative and technical apparel so you can experience those unforgettable moments, your very best days on a bike. For more details visit sportful.com. Follow the ride on instagram @sportful
It has been a few days since the 2018 Tour de France concluded and the Cyclingnews team are back home to record the final podcast relating this this year’s race. The dust has finally settled, we’ve had a chance to decompress after a long three, and taken stock of the how the three-week race unfolded. As well as looking at the final week of racing, we also discuss where Chris Froome and Geraint Thomas go from here, both in terms of their hopes to lead Team Sky in the future, and as to whether they can return and win the Tour de France in 2019.  Along with hearing from both Team Sky riders we also feature Tom Dumoulin and ponder what exactly the Dutchman needs to do in order to win the Tour de France. Does he need to build a stronger team around him, or is it case of simply concentrating on one Grand Tour per-season? He doesn’t have to join Team Sky…. does he?  Along with analyzing the podium finishers, Daniel Benson, Patrick Fletcher and Procycling’s Ed Pickering also contemplate where the pure climbers – so irrelevant in the key points of this year’s GC battle – go from here. It’s another action packed podcast.
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