S8 Ep139: Looking back at the Tour and looking forward to the World Championships

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S8 Ep139: Looking back at the Tour and looking forward to the World Championships

The Cycling Podcast

In this week's podcast Richard Moore and Daniel Friebe discuss the time trials at the UCI world championships in Imola and look back at the Tour de France, won by Tadej Pogacar a week ago in Paris. Daniel justifies his "four wine glass" rating for this year's delayed Tour, and asks whether this is the start of the Pog dynasty, or a one off, when he was able to ride on the coat-tails of Jumbo-Visma, pipping his fellow Slovenian just 48 hours from the end. We hear from Richie Porte, voted the Tour's Pédaleur de Charme by our listeners, and also from his Trek-Segafredo teammate Mads Pedersen, whose spell in the rainbow jersey of world champion will come to an end in Imola on Sunday. Due to the pause in racing, thanks to coronavirus, Pedersen hasn't worn the jersey in as many races as he would have liked but he is sanguine about that and preferred to reflect on the honour of being able to wear it at all. The Cycling Podcast is supported by iwoca and Science in Sport OUR SPONSORS iwoca became The Cycling Podcast’s title sponsors in March 2020. iwoca specialises in supporting small businesses and can lend between £1,000 and £250,000. iwoca have been accredited by the British Business Bank to offer CBILS (Coronavirus Business Interruption Loans Scheme) – the scheme is now open, so businesses can apply for a loan rather than just register interest. To find out more, go to iwoca.co.uk Science in Sport is The Cycling Podcast’s longest-standing supporter. It’s a relationship that stretches back to the 2016 Giro d’Italia. Listeners can get 25% off Science In Sport’s range of energy drinks, bars, gels and cakes at scienceinsport.com with the code SISCP25 at scienceinsport.com The next generation Wattbike Atom is supporting all our Tour de France coverage this year. The new Wattbike Atom is available from £90 per month at wattbike.com
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In this week's podcast Richard Moore and Daniel Friebe discuss the time trials at the UCI world championships in Imola and look back at the Tour de France, won by Tadej Pogacar a week ago in Paris. Daniel justifies his "four wine glass" rating for this year's delayed Tour, and asks whether this is the start of the Pog dynasty, or a one off, when he was able to ride on the coat-tails of Jumbo-Visma, pipping his fellow Slovenian just 48 hours from the end. We hear from Richie Porte, voted the Tour's Pédaleur de Charme by our listeners, and also from his Trek-Segafredo teammate Mads Pedersen, whose spell in the rainbow jersey of world champion will come to an end in Imola on Sunday. Due to the pause in racing, thanks to coronavirus, Pedersen hasn't worn the jersey in as many races as he would have liked but he is sanguine about that and preferred to reflect on the honour of being able to wear it at all. The Cycling Podcast is supported by iwoca and Science in Sport OUR SPONSORS iwoca became The Cycling Podcast’s title sponsors in March 2020. iwoca specialises in supporting small businesses and can lend between £1,000 and £250,000. iwoca have been accredited by the British Business Bank to offer CBILS (Coronavirus Business Interruption Loans Scheme) – the scheme is now open, so businesses can apply for a loan rather than just register interest. To find out more, go to iwoca.co.uk Science in Sport is The Cycling Podcast’s longest-standing supporter. It’s a relationship that stretches back to the 2016 Giro d’Italia. Listeners can get 25% off Science In Sport’s range of energy drinks, bars, gels and cakes at scienceinsport.com with the code SISCP25 at scienceinsport.com The next generation Wattbike Atom is supporting all our Tour de France coverage this year. The new Wattbike Atom is available from £90 per month at wattbike.com
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