The guys tough it out on a rainy ride over Col d'Aspin and talk about the crazy mountainous route on the first-ever Tour de France.
On this episode, we take on the Col du Tourmalet. This famous climb was the first high-mountain ascent included in the Tour.
On day two, we ride the Marie-Blanque and the famous Aubisque, and we remember the story of Miguel Indurain's downfall.
On stage 1, the guys take on the unpronounceable Burdincurucheta and talk about Hamilton's crazy ride over Bagargui in 2003.
Welcome to our special podcast mini-series from the Haute Route Pyrenees. We're in the Basque country before the start.
What do we make of Rally's big win over BMC in Utah? Plus, there's lots to talk (and speculate about) with riders switching teams.
We interview Ned Overend and Tim Johnson to talk about all things dirt — mountain bike racing, gravel, and more.
We talk to former pro and team director Mike Creed about the toll that a long racing season takes on a body.
We wrap up the 2017 Tour by debating the unconventional route, questioning Team Sky's media strategy, and reflecting on La Course.
The last week of the Tour delivered thrills and spills and plenty of drama. It was capped off by Saturday's decisive Marseille time trial.