If like Brad you're a cycling history nut, or you want to learn more about the rich tapestry of stories from the peloton’s past, Re-Cycle is the podcast for you.
Join Graham Willgoss for episode one of Eurosport’s new cycling history podcast, as we revisit the year there were two winners of Paris-Roubaix.
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Brad, Adam Blythe, Matt Stephens and Graham Willgoss sum up an epic week at the World Championships in Yorkshire with dramatic victories for Mads Pedersen and Annemiek van Vleuten, remember Cav’s best and worst days chasing the Rainbow Jersey and affirm Froome’s right to privacy as he prepares to return from injury. Plus: Brad takes questions from our live audience. Dane of the Day? There can be only one.
Graham Willgoss and Bradley Wiggins are joined by special guest Steve Cummings for in-depth preview of the 92nd Road World Championships in Yorkshire. Elsewhere, Brad reveals a special nickname for Sir Dave Brailsford and also explains why he decided to destroy his knighthood.
Brad and Matt Stephens decamp to a watering hole just west of Madrid to reflect on Primoz Roglic’s historic victory at the 74th edition of the Vuelta a Espana. Elsewhere, well wishes are sent Sir Dave Brailsford’s way and with the final Grand Tour of 2019 now concluded, the guys switch their focus towards the impending UCI World Championships in Yorkshire.
After a gutsy Sepp Kuss victory at La Vuelta, Bradley Wiggins, Graham Willgoss, Magnus Backstedt and Rob Hatch make Jumbo-Visma the squad to challenge Team Ineos in 2020. Plus: a look back at the season’s biggest moments, UCI World Championships predictions, riffing on Paris-Roubaix, the Dane of the Day and a heavyweight Ask Brad from Anthony Joshua.
Graham Willgoss, Bradley Wiggins and Adam Blythe review a rain soaked Stage 9 of La Vuelta where Nairo Quintana regained the red jersey following Tadej Pogacar's impressive victory. Elsewhere, the futures of Chris Froome and Mark Cavendish are discussed, plus another Ask Brad and a very special edition of Dane of the Day featuring Fabian Cancellara.
Brad and Matt Stephens ponder whether an already explosive and unpredictable Vuelta a España is Nairo Quintana’s for the taking after the Colombian’s emphatic Stage 2 win, dissect a sorry start in Spain for Team INEOS, tackle another Ask Brad and, of course, present the Dane of the Day.
Brad and Matt Stephens predict further domination for Team Ineos after Egan Bernal confirms his stunning Tour de France victory in Paris. The guys reflect on one of the greatest editions in the history of the race, plus an interview with record-breaking seven-time Green Jersey winner Peter Sagan.
Brad and Matt Stephens report from a rain soaked Val Thorens, where Egan Bernal held firm and is set to become the youngest Tour winner for over a century
Brad and Matt catch their breath after an unforgettable Stage 19 of the Tour which was prematurely ended due to a hailstorm. That wasn't enough to dampen the spirits of Egan Bernal though, who snatched yellow to lead with just one more day in the mountains to come.
Sipping cold beers shortly after the finish in Galibier, Brad and Matt Stephens break down Stage 18 and look ahead to a stormy finale in the mountains
Overlooking the Alps, Brad and Matt Stephens report on a dramatic Stage 17. Matteo Trentin was the first to the finish line in Gap, but it’s the punishment for Ineos’ Luke Rowe and Jumbo-Visma's Tony Martin that’s really making the headlines
Sir Brad and Matt are back in the Eurosport van with fresh reaction from a dramatic Stage 16 of the Tour where Geraint Thomas recovered from a crash to finish safely in the bunch behind eventual winner Caleb Ewan. Is Thibaut Pinot now set to spring a huge upset?
Bradley Wiggins and Matt Stephens react to all the latest drama at an enthralling Tour de France with Geraint Thomas poised to lead a Team Ineos victory charge. Is this the best Tour for years? Plus, Simon Yates wins again, and crazy stories of very intense fans and the 'scary' treatment of Lance Armstrong.
Live(ish) from the back of the Eurosport van, Sir Brad and Matt Stephens give their immediate thoughts on the short yet brutal stage 14 of the Tour
Bradley Wiggins is joined by his hero Sean Yates, and Jesse Yates, to react to the latest drama from the Tour de France with the title now Geraint Thomas' for the taking. Plus, explosive insights on the day Chris Froome 'broke his promise' at the Tour in 2012.
Bradley Wiggins and Matt Stephens react to Mark Cavendish being controversially snubbed for the Tour de France and debate whether Geraint Thomas or Egan Bernal should lead Team Ineos. Plus, a question from Sean Yates and why Chris Froome will still win another Tour after his horrific crash.
Sir Bradley Wiggins, Graham Willgoss, Orla Chennaoui and Dan Lloyd salute Richard Carapaz after the Movistar rider mastered the Giro, hail Vincenzo Nibali’s longevity and evaluate Simon Yates' struggles. Plus, Brad backs Chris Froome to claim a fifth Tour de France and Adam Blythe’s dress sense gets another honourable mention.
Sir Bradley Wiggins, Graham Willgoss, Orla Chennaoui and Adam Blythe on mastering the mentality needed for Giro d’Italia success, why Simon Yates, Vincenzo Nibali and Primoz Roglic will take the battle for the Maglia Rosa all the way to Verona, the team stick two fingers up to Twitter Trolls, plus Brad tells Victor Campenaerts it’s okay to demand more.
Bradley Wiggins, Graham Willgoss, Simon Gerrans, Orla Chennaoui and Brian Smith react to a disastrous day for Simon Yates at the Giro d'Italia, explain why Tom Dumoulin would be perfect at Team Ineos and tell their favourite rest day stories.
Plus, a special interview with US cycling legend Andy Hampsten and Brad answers an alternative question from fan of the show and British star Tao Geoghegan Hart.
Bradley Wiggins, Graham Willgoss, Simon Gerrans and Orla Chennaoui dissect the early drama at the 2019 Giro d'Italia and react to the shock news of Marcel Kittel taking a break from racing. Also on the podcast, Sir Brad answers questions from Eurosport snooker legends Ronnie O'Sullivan and Jimmy White and the team tell some of their favourite stories from the Giro.
Graham Willgoss, Bradley Wiggins and Adam Blythe react to Victor Campenaerts becoming the new Hour Record holder and also ponder and predict as to who could now mount a serious challenge to the Belgian’s crown.
Elsewhere, Mathieu van der Poel’s bright future is discussed after his stunning victory in the Amstel Gold Race, Annemiek van Vleuten stops by for a chat following her runners-up finish in the women’s edition plus there’s a look at Rod Ellingworth’s departure from Team Sky and a...
Graham Willgoss, Sean Kelly and Matt Stephens join Sir Brad to discuss Chris Froome’s claims that his former leader at Team Sky couldn’t be ‘trusted’ in the 2012 Tour de France.
There’s also a look back at another enthralling edition of Paris-Roubaix, as well as a preview of Victor Campenaerts’ Hour Record attempt and with the start of the Giro d'Italia less than a month away, the panel predict who they think will be victorious in this year’s Grand Tours.
Graham Willgoss, Bradley Wiggins and Simon Gerrans select the ‘Ultimate Rider’ – comprising of their all-time favourite GC rider, sprinter, climber and domestique.
Elsewhere, Brad and Simon reflect on their time together at Team Sky and discuss another one of their former teammates, Peter Kennaugh, while there’s also a look back at Alberto Bettiol’s fantastic finish at the Tour of Flanders.
Graham Willgoss, Bradley Wiggins and Matt Stephens discuss whether a fifth Tour de France title is still a realistic possibility for Chris Froome after the British rider’s latest setback at the Volta a Catalunya.
There’s also reaction to Deceuninck – Quick-Step boss Patrick Lefevere’s fat shaming comments, a chat with South African road champion Ashleigh Moolman Pasio and Brad & Matt also reminisce about their brief spell as teammates on the Linda McCartney Pro Cycling Team in 2001.