After eight days of inspiring and unpredictable racing, it's time to reflect on the inaugural Tour De France Femmes avec Zwift. Rouleur's Rachel Jary has been at every stage of the race, James Startt and Ian Parkinson have been watching from the comfort of home. Can anything - except retirement - stop Annemiek Van Vleuten winning in the mountains? Which teams could do better? And how important is the success of the TdFF to women's racing? Featuring interviews with rising French star Juliette Labous, super-domestique Audrey Cordon-Ragot and veteran racer turned DS Jolien D'Hoore.
Just how green is cycling? Clearly the act of pedalling your bike is about as eco-friendly as it gets, but what about the way it was built, the delivery chain, even the clothes you wear to ride? Not looking quite so green now. And bike racing? Best not to ask how many air and lorry miles are...
Dan Cavallari gets the lowdown on Enve's Melee - the customisable road bike which takes up to 35mm tyres. His guest is Enve Composites chief engineer Kevin Nelson.
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Across all its seven versions, the Trek Madone has been a benchmark for aerodynamics and speed. The company claims its latest Madone SLR is the fastest bike it's ever made - thanks in part to its radical aero seat tube. Dan Cavallari talks to two people closely involved in the Madone's evolution...