Dane backs Mark Cavendish to break Eddy Merckx's Tour de France stage record in 2023 — Bobby & Jens podcast
Jens Voigt: I would have slammed Wiggins’ and Froome’s heads together when it came to Tour de France selection
Rod Ellingworth is the special guest on this week's episode of the 'Bobby & Jens' podcast.
What do the Grateful Dead, Greg Lemond, and mountain biking have in common? A cycling maverick from the Bay Area.
The retiring Australian super domestique talks cycling’s toxic food culture and angry fans
The German rider takes us through her sensational 2021 season and talks about expanding the U23 category to women.
The pro mountain biker takes us behind the scenes of her busy life.
From crits, to gravel, to esports, ‘I just love competing,’ the Scottish-born Australian says.
From being raised in a cult to becoming the fastest woman to circumnavigate the globe by bike.
Meet the behind-the-scenes man who’s integral to the Belgian team’s outsize success.
The cycling coach discusses his standout career and Team USA at the Tokyo Olympics.
A look inside the 7-Eleven Cycling Team and the early days of American professional cycling.
From Remco to Taco, a post-mortem on the Giro’s winners and losers.
Annemiek van Vleuten discusses rain, beer, pasta, and the benefits of riding by feel instead of riding by numbers.
James Hayden, a two-time Transcontinental Race winner, shares his love for the pure pain and pleasure of ultra-endurance riding.
One of the youngest and smallest riders in the peloton talks about his 'no fear' approach to racing the big boys in Belgium.
Event director Scotty Olmsted shares a preview of this season’s best routes in the Rockies.
Bobby & Jens: Juan Antonio Flecha on racing hard, making Jens vomit, and choosing a cobbles dream team
On the eve of this spring's monuments season, the Spanish breakaway artist shares his love for difficult days on rough roads.
Bobby & Jens: World champion and Olympic medalist Mari Holden on staying busy, spreading the love, and hiding her medal in the underwear drawer
The cycling ambassador extraordinaire gives a sneak peak at USA Cycling’s new Let’s Ride initiative to get more kids on bikes.
Taylor Phinney calls in from Spain, with a cameo by Polish phenom (and Phinney's partner) Kasia Niewiadoma.
João Correia, manager of Tao Geoghegan Hart and João Almeida, also announces a new venture in women’s racing.
Tune in for our exclusive interview with the 15-time grand tour stage winner.
Plus, our podcast co-hosts Bobby Julich and Jens Voigt pan the UCI’s ban on the super tuck.
Cycling’s odd couple teams up again for a riveting new podcast.