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The end of the 2019 season is here and it marks the close of a remarkable year of pro racing.In this special episode of The Lead Out, host Alex Ballinger is joined by former pro and founder of Le Col Yanto Barker to countdown the biggest racing moments of 2019.From Annemiek van Vleuten's 100km breakaway to Julian Alaphilippe's unforgettable Tour de…
 
The World Championships and Il Lombardia are done, but the track season is just getting started.Host Alex Ballinger is joined by Cycling Weekly news editor Vern Pitt to reflect on a very wet Worlds, a surprising Lombardia and look ahead to the winter season. Don't forget to subscribe to our podcast channel and pick up a copy of Cycling Weekly magaz…
 
The final Grand Tour of the year, the Vuelta a España, is done and all eyes turn to the 2019 Word Championships in Yorkshire.Host Alex Ballinger is joined by Cycling Weekly editor Simon Richardson and news editor Vern Pitt to weigh-up the Vuelta and look ahead to a week of exhilarating racing as new world champions are crowned.Don't forget to subsc…
 
The Vuelta a España is the third and final Grand Tour of the summer race season, and the Spanish race always provides an exciting finale to the year for GC specialists.Renowned for its testing parcours and plethora of summit finishes, the Vuelta represents an immense challenge and several riders have tried and failed to win it in the same season as…
 
Since so many of you asked, it’s an Icebreaker Quantum LS Zip Hoodie. It’s wool, and comfortable for strenuous exercise or just wearing. And it doesn’t smell. I was very upset to fray a few threads in the right shoulder the day after I got it, but otherwise, it’s held up quite well. And no, I wasn’t compensated for that. The post The Week in Bike #…
 
Because this is a news show or something, Catalunya, Trofeo Binda, Gent-Wevelgem, herding a peloton of cats, weather, motors, reporting, impressions, Be King of America, Flanders, banking on upstream sources with the optimism of a Californian water manager in the 1960s. The post The Week in Bike #63 – Talent Retention appeared first on Cyclocosm.…
 
E3, Cancellara, The Recon Ride, minor league, analysis, highlights, Wiggle-Honda, Fedrigo by not a nose, Catalunya GC mayhem, next HTRWW, morphophobia, electronic shifting, motors…or an actual problem The post The Week in Bike #62 – Plus Ça Change appeared first on Cyclocosm.
 
Last week, puppy, Paris-Nice, that other race, How The Race Was Worn, Nokere Koerse, GP Nobili, Sanremo, women, Ronde van Drenthe, UCI recap, Wild, Novilon Eurocup, WorldTour, TUEs, CIRC, process, Cookson, some charity rider, Mertens, puppy. The post The Week in Bike #61 – Public Relations appeared first on Cyclocosm.…
 
Impressions, Sarah Storey, Hour Record, production, Tour of Oman, Ruta del Sol, Cyclingnews redesign, Tour of New Zealand, Team USA, broadcasters, Boels Dolemans, history, E3 Poster, UCI The post The Week in Bike #58 – Het Nieuwsblad Eve appeared first on Cyclocosm.
 
Let me go back, Grand Tour of Petro-Dollar Excess, Tour of Yemen p/b AQAP, Qatar, Oman, Pozzato, DIA, Armstrong, English major, lawyers, inflight wi-fi, Murcia, Almeria, Algarve, Women’s Tour of New Zealand, looking forward, crash roll, conclusions, EWR, Penn Station, Brooklyn, cyclocross essentials. The post The Week in Bike #57 – Internal Monolog…
 
A few corrections, singing, Bobridge, Dennis, and the Hour, Dubai, Qatar, wins, season starts, regime change, Bpost, Van Loy, van der Poel, women’s classics, legal, technical, ethical, Horner, shirts, UCI, sorry. The post The Week in Bike #56 – The Apology Show appeared first on Cyclocosm.
 
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