VeloVoices Podcast 195: The Tunnel Full of Glory

Kathi, Luke, Midge and Euan return to chat over all things cycling.

We romp through the Dauphine, the Tour de Suisse, the Tour of Slovenia and more. Plus, we reflect on what a weird time for racing it is at the moment.

Then it’s the big Tour de France preview. Who’s going to win it? Who’s grabbing the green jersey? Which stages are must watch ones?

Midge guides us through the Grand Depart in her beloved Denmark and makes our mouth water with the action that is on the cards.

Listen to find out which rider is causing one of us medical issues, why the Dauphine is a race like no other and whether a tunnel in Switzerland is better than a bridge in Denmark.


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VeloVoices Podcast 155: The Durango Crime Stats Special

We’re back!!!! There has been real actual racing and Kathi, Luke, Euan and special guest Lukas Knöfler gather round the table and chew over the resumption of the season.

We talk about:

  • Just how good is Annemiek van Vleuten?
  • Just how damn hot is Wout Van Aert?
  • Just how rubbish have Team Ineos got?
  • Just how good have Jumbo Visma got?

We look at the Italian classics and the Dauphine. We salute the new riders coming up and mark the changing of the guard. Plus, we take a look ahead to the Tour De France and the Giro Rosa. Fans of True Crime podcasts will also get under the skin of the happenings in downtown Durango, Colorado.

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Criterium du Dauphine 2019: Fuglsang crowned champion in Champéry

This classic Tour de France dress rehearsal was a largely sodden, slow burner, only coming alight on the weekend’s short, sharp mountain stages after a mid-way time-trial had exposed the GC contenders. Astana’s Jakob Fuglsang seized the leader’s jersey with a late attack on stage 7, which he easily retained on the final stage, despite a handful of riders being within a minute of him. The podium was rounded out by runner-up Tejay van Garderen (EF Education First) and third-placed Emanuel Buchmann (BORA-hansgrohe) who both survived the weather-related culling of GC contenders.

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