Shimano’s new Dura-Ace Di2 R9200 and Ultegra Di2 R8100 may seem like incremental improvements on the surface as compared to the outgoing versions.
In reality, there’s an awful lot of engineering, thought, and work that went into every one of those decisions specifically so that the end result comes across as seamless as it does.
You’ve already heard and read about all the tech features of the new groupsets, but in this special sponsored episode, we’ll take you inside the minds of some of the people at Shimano who helped shape the new groupsets more directly.
Dane fills us in on why Nairo Quintana wore a chameleon costume, and no it wasn't for Halloween.
Il Lombardia provided some interesting talking points regarding Deceuninck-Quick Step's tactics and Tadej Pogacar's season as a whole.
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Did Mathieu van der Poel pull too much? Were Deceuninck fools to run clincher tires? Caley, Abby, Dane, Ronan, and James break down the tactics and tech of Paris-Roubaix, from big wins to silly mistakes.
We come to you from course-side at the first Paris-Roubaix Femmes, 125 years in the making and won in spectacular fashion.
Trek-Segafredo's Ruth Winder joins to break down the tactics and we hear from Alison Jackson and Teniel Campbel from the Velodrome in Roubaix.