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  1. The Recon Ride Podcast – Paris-Nice 2017 | Cyclocosm | Pro Cycling Blog

    Episode 63: Paris-Nice 2017

    The “Race to the Sun” (glad I got that out of the way) has lost some start list prestige in recent years, but Dane Cash and I felt bad enough about it to give it a pity podcast just the same.

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    Episode 32: Paris-Nice 2016 After last week’s Belgian season opener, the eyes of the sport head to France where a storied event becomes ever more undermined by the organization that owns it. Dane Cash of VeloHuman talk about the ins, outs, stages, implications, contenders, and maybe—just maybe—make a few accurate…

    The Recon Ride Podcast: Paris-Nice 2015

    Episode 2: Paris-Nice 2015 Pre-race Show Yep—Dane Cash (@velohuman) and I are back along with the WorldTour for another pre-race run-down, covering the new (old) Paris-Nice format, top favorites, the AG2R post-doc program, and of course, Your Product. Podcast: Download (Duration: 47:05 — 64.8MB) Subscribe: iTunes|RSS…

    The Recon Ride Podcast – Tirreno-Adriatico 2017

    Episode 64: Tirreno-Adriatico 2017 Ah—now here’s the real Grand Tour prep, never mind all that crazy racing at Paris-Nice this year. Big names but maybe a thin course in terms of prep for May and July? Dane and I, as always, will discuss. And you, hopefully, will listen. Subscribe: iTunes…

    The Recon Ride Podcast – Tour Down Under 2017

    Episode 61: Tour Down Under 2017 Why it seems like just two months ago Dane Cash and I were recapping the 2016 season…because it was. And now suddenly there are WorldTour bike races again. I have feelings about this, and about the number of self-advertising Persian Gulf countries in the…

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  2. The Recon Ride Podcast: Volta a Catalunya 2016 | VeloHuman

    Episode 35: Volta a Catalunya 2016 Pre-race Show

    The podcast previews the 2016 Volta a Catalunya, which boasts one of the strongest startlists in recent memory. Download (Duration: 28:38 — 39.5MB) | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

    The Classics may be in full swing now that Milano-Sanremo is in the bag, but some of cycling’s biggest GC stars will be busy doing what they do best this week in eastern Spain. Dane Cash and Cosmo Catalano discuss the Volta a Catalunya, among the oldest stage races in the sport.

    Photo by Dane Cash.

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  3. The Recon Ride Podcast: Milano-Sanremo 2016 | VeloHuman

    Episode 34: Milano-Sanremo 2016 Pre-race Show

    The Recon Ride takes a look at what’s to come in Milano-Sanremo, the first Monument Classic of the year. Download (Duration: 34:22 — 47.2MB) | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

    Dane Cash and Cosmo Catalano talk route, favorites, and big storylines ahead of “La Classicissima,” Milano-Sanremo—with an assist from Gregor Brown, expert on all things Italian cycling.

    Photo by Daniel70mi Falciola (CC).

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  4. Podcast 2016, Episode 6 - The Drama Llama

    Hi team! Even though Sarah’s been unwell this week she’s managed to return from the dead just to help catch you up on all the racing that’s been going on this week. We review the Omloops from last weekend, Le Samyn des Dames mid-week and the first two days of the Track World Championships (which have involved the presence of the Drama Llama). We also talk about a bunch of pro kits available for purchase and some really cool videos and articles from the week including several that focus on riders from ethnically diverse backgrounds, which is fantastic. As always there’s heaps to get through, so enjoy!

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  5. The Recon Ride Podcast: Tirreno-Adriatico 2016 | Cyclocosm | Pro Cycling Blog

    Episode 33: Tirreno-Adriatico 2016

    A mid-week stage race that’s comfortable with who it is, but at the same time isn’t afraid to try new things. That’s the Tinder Profile for Tirreno-Adriatico, and in this latest edition of the Recon Ride Dane Cash of VeloHuman and I tell you when to swipe left, when to swipe right, and when to stop belaboring the metaphor and just watch the dang bike race.

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  6. Recon Ride Podcast: 2015 offseason show -

    What are the big stories of this off season? Dane Cash and Cosmo Catalano consider the significant trades and what to watch for in 2016.

    With Il Lombardia, Paris-Tours, and the Abu Dhabi Tour in the books, most of the riders in the pro peloton are now enjoying some well-deserved time off, so the Recon Ride p/b VeloNews is getting into offseason mode too. Dane Cash and Cosmo Catalano team up for one last podcast episode of 2015, with editor Spencer Powlison providing some added insight. Read more at

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  7. audioBoom / 31. Il Lombardia, World Tour and David Millar

    October 7 | This week’s Telegraph Cycling Podcast includes a guest appearance by David Millar, talking about his new book, The Racer, as Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Rob Hatch discuss the latest cycling news, from Il Lombardia, won by Vincenzo Nibali, to Marcel Kittel’s move to Etixx-QuickStep.

    Millar’s book is the follow-up to his critically acclaimed autobiography, Racing Through The Dark, and it covers his final season as a professional cyclist in 2014. Describing it as “my love letter to cycling,” Millar reflects on favourite memories – interestingly, his near-misses appear to mean more to him than his wins – as well as his worst crashes and disappointments, in particular his non-selection for the 2014 Tour de France.

    We hear from Millar during his recent show at The Dancehouse Theatre in Manchester, where he appeared, before an audience of 400, in conversation with Richard Moore. A recording of the entire show will be released as a Cycling Podcast Friends Special podcast in the coming weeks.

    Meanwhile, Il Lombardia – formerly the Tour of Lombardy – was the final Monument of the season and Nibali proved a deserving winner at the end of another difficult week for his team, Astana, with the manager, Alexander Vinokourov, facing corruption charges in Belgium relating to Vinokourov’s win in the 2010 Liege-Bastogne-Liege.

    The Telegraph Cycling Podcast is supported by Trainer Road and British Eurosport.

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  8. audioBoom / 30. The World Championships with Ned Boulting

    September 30 | In the latest Telegraph Cycling Podcast Richard Moore and Lionel Birnie are joined by Ned Boulting to discuss last week’s world road race championships in Richmond, Virginia.

    The women’s and men’s road races had worthy and deserving winners in Lizzie Armitstead and Peter Sagan: a testament to the unusual course, with its cobbles and short, sharp climbs, which produced a series of thrilling races. Armitstead justified her billing as the pre-race favourite while Sagan finally converted all his near misses (he has finished second on 16 occasions in 2015) into one huge, season-defining victory.

    We also look at the news that London has withdrawn its bid to host the 2017 Tour de France Grand Départ and hear Ned’s interview with Ken Livingstone, conducted for his 2013 book On The Road Bike. Livingstone was London Mayor when the Tour visited the Capital in 2007 and recalled the modest cost, describing the decision to bid for the race as “a no brainer.” By coincidence on Tuesday Boris Johnson, the current Mayor, described the decision not to bring the Tour back in 2017 as “a no brainer.”

    The Telegraph Cycling Podcast is sponsored by Trainer Road

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