Three stages down and the Tour moves back to France. The boys reflect on the incredible Copenhagen Grand Depart and numerous battles in the peloton. And there's no more mentions of G's gilet, we promise.
It's been a while. Since the last pod, G won a small bike race called the Tour de Suisse and got propelled towards favourite status for the Tour. Luke's made selection and the boys are ready to rumble round France (and Denmark) once again. Enjo
Up in Tenerife Luke, G and the Grenadiers were staying close by to Belgian star, chocolate shop owner and all round top fella Jasper Stuyven. They invited the Trek rider over for a chat about his famous San Remo win, this year's home Grand Depa
Luke and G are back, this time from the top of Mount Teide in Tenerife at the team's pre-Tour de France altitude training camp. G's been wearing comical glasses, Luke's been arranging FIFA tournaments, and there's a Netflix camera crew around..
Finally the team won Roubaix, and an emotional Luke was right at the heart of it. That was a special win from Dylan van Baarle, and this is a must-listen pod from the boys. Enjoy the latest Watts Occurring - and let's see if G can keep the good
Luke was supposed to be racing in the UAE Tour this week but sadly upon arrival in Abu Dhabi he tested positive for COVID. So he comes to you live from his quarantine hotel room, while G has his first race of the season - Volta ao Algarve - to
How's this for timing? Fresh from his first pro win at the age of just 19 at the Ruta del Sol, here's Luke and Geraint's chat with the Grenadiers' new American boy wonder, Magnus Sheffield. They sat down with Magnus back in December and got to
The lads can't understand why it took 61 episodes to get Adam Blythe on, but he was worth the wait. The former pro turned exceptional Eurosport pundit - and king of cycling fashion - joined G and Luke to talk about his career, life on the Briti
You'll have to listen through the latest Watts Occurring to hear what the title is all about. Let's just say, you'll be supporting Caleb Ewan this season. Luke's at Provence (and is all ready for the opening Prologue) while G is back from Los A
Back at team camp the boys sat down with the Grenadiers' resident Irishman, Eddie Dunbar. He can tell a good story or two can young Eddie, and he's hoping for a smoother 2022. Enjoy the latest Watts Occurring, presented by Zwift.
How many races did Ethan Hayter win last year? Well, nobody is quite sure. Was it nine, 10, 11, or even more? Either way, it was a lot. He's a weapon. And G and Luke took the chance to smuggle him into their room at team camp in Mallorca and ha
It's that time of the year: Awards season. The 2021 cycling season was one of the best in recent memory and there was a LOT for Luke and G to get their teeth into. Rider of the Year, Race of the Year, Surprise of the Year, Breakthrough of the Y
Quite why it took G and Luke 56 episodes to get Owain Doull on we'll never know, but they got there eventually - just before he stops being their teammate. A fellow Welshman, Olympic Gold medallist in Rio (with the tattoo to prove it), five yea
It's been a while but the boys are back with an off-season update: moustaches, holidays, G's curry with Cancellara, Luke's tales from Roubaix, and much more. Next up is the Watts Occurring Awards show - so tweet @Watts_Occurring with your award
We asked the listeners for their questions recently and somebody presented the guys with a great challenge: build a rugby team out of pro cyclists. Do you agree with G and Luke? Let them know on social media and catch them on Zwift again soon f
Geraint's other podcast is back for a second season. Apparently the first one was very successful! So go on, go and give it a listen while we get the next Watts Occurring ready for you - and trust us, it's a cracker.
A day after recording the latest pod, Michael Valgren went and won Giro della Toscana by more than a minute. Coincidence? Maybe. But if there are any WorldTour pros out there who need a little help getting their next win, you know where we are.
It's been a while since the guys have answered some listener questions, so they got together to run through a long list of all the big topics: Where would you love to race a Grand Tour? Exciting bike tech? Will you shave your legs after cycling
It's been a while since the guys have had a guest so they made it a special one - one of the fastest sprinters on earth, Caleb Ewan. They talked attacking on the Poggio, nearly killing G, and as always, much more besides, all presented by Zwift