Welcome to the VeloNews cycling podcast, where we discuss the latest trends, news, and controversies in the world of cycling.
We discuss TDU's decision to ditch podium girls, whether early season racing matters, and then talk to Bob Mionske about cycling and the law.
We watch a really, really bad movie about Lance Armstrong — here's our "Rotten Tomatoes" review. Plus, we learn more about Megan Guarnier.
We round-up the midwinter news about Wiggins, Vos, and more. Then, a conversation with Lennard Zinn about heart health and cycling.
Welcome to the VeloNews cycling podcast, where we discuss the latest trends, news, and controversies in the world of cycling. It’s time to award the VeloNewsies! Fred Dreier, Spencer Powlison, and Caley Fretz hand out the most moderately prestigious awards in cycling. Then, Fred and Spencer ring up European cyclocross expert Simon Burney to chat […]
We go inside Cannondale – Drapac team camp, discuss a novel idea for the hour record, and consider pro cycling's wild Continental circuits.
Alex Howes discusses disc brakes, the weak riders union, and Cannondale's high-five-free season. Plus, will the Chinese take over cycling?
Will smaller teams end Team Sky's Tour de France dominance? Plus! Ever wonder why it's often so difficult to watch bike racing online?
This week, we listen in to Peter Sagan's thoughts on his new team and 2017 goals. Plus, Mike Creed talks about his latest project.
We say farewell to Cancellara, reflect on other notable retired pros, Jan Ullrich, and Thomas Dekker, and learn about iliac artery endofibrosis.
Bjarne Riis returns as a pro team manager. Is that okay? We discuss the pros and cons, as well as Caley Fretz's in-depth story on cycling photography.