Welcome to the VeloNews cycling podcast, where we discuss the latest trends, news, and controversies in the world of cycling.
We debate Sagan's controversial Flanders crash and then look ahead to Paris-Roubaix, including a talk with defending champ Mat Hayman.
Our Gent-Wevelgem debrief considers Sagan, dirt roads, and Van Avermaet's hot hand. Plus, a look at the evolving Tour of Flanders route.
Mark Johnson, author of "Spitting in the Soup," talks about the history of doping in sport. Plus, we analyze and opine on a great weekend of racing.
We try to unravel Team GB's medical mysteries, reflect on a classic edition of Strade Bianche, and blow some hot air about Paris-Nice crosswinds.
We dissect exciting first week of cobbles racing — why didn't Vanmarcke attack? Is Kuurne better now? Plus, a talk about exercise addiction.
Will Armstrong's trial bring skeletons out of the closet? Should pros ride discs? Plus, we talk about the kinder, gentler Andrew Talansky.
We discuss whether Quintana's Giro/Tour double attempt is going to work, get a sneak peak at new Dura-Ace Di2, and talk to Brad Huff.
How will Nicole Cooke's testimony impact British Cycling and Brian Cookson? Who will win 'cross worlds? Plus, we learn more about Greg LeMond.