We wrap up this season of the CyclingTips podcast by talking about the unconfirmed but highly likely news that Mark Cavendish will join Astana. Can he break the Tour de France stage wins record with the new team? And where else could he have gone?
The question of where Mark Cavendish will ride in 2023 is still up in the air, but with Astana-Qazaqstan and Miguel Ángel López parting ways a potential spot has opened up over there.
Plus, Colnago debuted their new V4R race bike, what's the deal with it?
The ASO confirmed last week that the 2024 Tour will conclude with a time trial in Nice, but what does that mean for the riders eyeing yellow? Remco Evenepoel could be one of those riders, as he announced he would race the Giro d'Italia in 2023.
The Track Champions League ended in London, and Kit thinks everyone should tune into the series next year.
This week Shoddy took over hosting duties to chat about Nairo Quintana, criteriums, and some cyclocross.
The team gathers today to discuss the recent news at CyclingTips and some of the tidbits of cycling news that dropped throughout the week.
The UCI is trying to get people interested in Track Cycling with a new format, but is it working? Plus Lachlan Morton is eyeing Mark Beaumont's around-the-world record.
Where should Cavendish go? To Israel? To Ineos? To some random French team? Caley, Ronan, Kit, and Jonny debate the merits of various options, plus have a look at some denim cycling shorts, a new Pro Continental team, and, of course, the results of the Saitama Criterium.
It's Wrestlemania on this week's podcast as we dig into the stunning victory of Jonas Vingegaard over Chris Froome at the Singapore Criterium. Then, of course, it's time to talk Tour de France. The routes were announced last week and we have thoughts. Perhaps this is the first year we can cover it with an electric car?
A 17-year-old just signed with Jumbo-Visma. Sort of.
This week, Caley, Ronan, Jonny, and Kit talk about the trend toward younger and younger signings, plus Egan Bernal's slow return, rumours that Cav may not be headed to B&B, and a little dig into equipment sponsors for 2023.
We open this week's episode with news of Benoit Cosnefroy's not broken arm, Mario Cipollini's potential jail time, and Davide Rebellin's retirement at 51. Caley, Jonny, and Ronan then dive into the Giro route, which was announced this week, and into the latest reporting around Mark Cavendish's move to the French B&B Hotels team.
Ronan reports from the velodrome where Filippo Ganna obliterated the hour record. After setting a near unbeatable distance, Ronan suspects it will not be Ganna's only attempt.
Also going on this weekend: Il Lombardia, a lot of retirements, Tour de Romandie, and Gravel Worlds.
This week on the CyclingTips podcast we chat about the Remco Evenepoel/Ineos Grenadiers rumours, Gravel Worlds, Nairo Quintana and his departure from Arkéa-Samsic, and Ronan's easy-bake bike. For more on Ronan's bike check out Friday's Nerd Alert podcast.
Our post-World Championships wrap comes to you from a hotel lobby in Melbourne. Caley, Iain, and Matt talk through the last races of the week and delve into the Mathieu van der Poel incident.
We're back with another live show from Wollongong to talk through a shocking finale to a superb women's elite race, plus look ahead to the men's race on Sunday.
Matt de Neef, Iain Treloar, Rupert Guinness and Caley Fretz live on the ground at the World Championships in Wollongong. They discuss the U23 and junior men's road races and the upcoming women's road race.
Caley made his way down to Australia to chat with Matt de Neef, Iain Treloar, Dave Rome, and Sadhbh O'Shea from VeloNews. The crew discusses the Mixed Team Relay and the unfortunate day of the Dutch team and look ahead to some exciting days to come.
Rome tried to figure out exactly what caused the crash of Van Vleuten.
Iain provides some insight into the magpie situation Down Under.
This week on the CyclingTips Podcast we break down the Vuelta a España. We chat about Remco Evenepoel's performance, Primoz Roglic's crash and the controversial statement's made by Roglic and his team afterwards, and the Ceratizit Challenge by La Vuelta.
This week on the CyclingTips podcast we discuss the ongoing GC battle at the Vuelta a España, plus last week's Simac Ladies Tour and the upcoming Ceratizit Challenge by La Vuelta. James is back to talk tech, and he has some thoughts on a recent advertisement. And in case you were wondering, we are fans of e-bikes.
This week on the CyclingTips podcast we talk about the Vuelta a España so far, with some on-the-ground takes from Shoddy. Plus, a bit of relegation chat, some MTB, and more.
We're back this week to talk about the first three stages of the Vuelta a España and all the other goings on in cycling.
Everything you need to know about the contenders and stages ahead of the Vuelta a España.
This week on the CyclingTIps podcast...
There are a lot of random things to discuss. From some key transfers to some interesting rumours, the Tour of Scandinavia, and the upcoming Vuelta a España.
We're back to our regularly scheduled program on the CyclingTips weekly podcast, albiet a few days late. This week we discuss Vos's puppy paws, the Tour of Scandinavia, a few interesting transfers, and most importantly the recent Field Test!
Abby, Kit and Caley discuss the final stage of the Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift and Amy and Matt report from on the ground. Plus, Veronica Ewers (EF Education-Tibco-SVB), Audrey Cordon-Ragot (Trek-Segafredo), and Julie Leth and Anne Dorthe Ysland (Uno-X) check in one last time.