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23: The Cycling Podcast Fminin | April 2019
The April episode of The Cycling Podcast FÃ©minin comes from the Tour of Flanders, where Marta Bastianelli continued her strong start to the season with victory over Annemiek van Vleuten and Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig. Orla Chennaoui, Rose Manley and Richard Moore report from Oudenaarde as they recap all the recent Women's World Tour races. There are also interviews with the top three from Flanders, as well as Lisa Brennauer, Chantal Blaak and Lorena Wiebes.Â The Cycling Podcast FÃ©minin is supported by Rapha and Science in Sport. Science In Sport are offering all listeners 25 per cent off their range of energy bars, drinks and gels at scienceinsport.com. Use the code **SISCP25** when you reach the check-out. Go to the [Science in Sport website.](https://scienceinsport.com) Sponsoring this episode of The Cycling Podcast FÃ©minin is Laka. Laka is a smarter way of insuring your bikes and gear. Itâ€™s a community of cyclists joining together to play fair and take good care to save each other money. Go to [https://www.laka.co.uk](https://www.laka.co.uk) to find out more. Harryâ€™s have a special offer for Cycling Podcast FÃ©minin listeners by offering a Trial Set for Â£3.95, all you have to do is go to [https://harrys.com/CYCLING](https://harrys.com/CYCLING) And The Cycling Podcast has teamed up with the British Heart Foundation to offer all listeners Â£5 off the entry fee for the London to Brighton bike ride on Sunday, June 16\. The Cycling Podcast will also be entering a team, with Lionel and Richard joined by photographer Simon and some of the production team to ride the 54-mile event. Be part of the peloton for one of Britain's oldest charity rides by registering here: [https://www.bhf.org.uk/l2b2019](https://www.bhf.org.uk/l2b2019) Use the code **Brighton5** to get Â£5 off the entry fee. If you can't ride, why not sponsor The Cycling Podcast team on our Just Giving page.
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69: Stage 4 | Warwick - Burton Dassett | Women's Tour 2019
The Womenâ€™s Tour burst into life on stage 4 as former winner Kasia Niewiadoma won the first summit finish at Burton Dassett. Behind her, 21 year old Liane Lippert was second to take over the race lead. There are interviews with both riders in The Cycling Podcast FÃ©minin as Orla Chennaoui, Rose Manley and Richard Moore discuss the action and look ahead to two more difficult days. We also hear from Lizzie Deignan, Lizzie Banks and Henk Vos, whose daughter, Marianne, crashed out while leading overall the previous day. The Cycling Podcast FÃ©minin is supported by Rapha, Science in Sport and Skoda.
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30: The Cycling Podcast Fminin | May 2019
May's episode of The Cycling Podcast FÃ©minin covers all the racing in April as well as last weekend's Tour de Yorkshire. Orla Chennaoui, Rose Manley and Richard Moore look back on a thrilling Amstel Gold Race, won by Kasia Niewiadoma, who we hear from after her 6th place at FlÃ¨che Wallonne a few days later. There is an interview with Lizzie Deignan, who has just returned to the sport after the birth of her daughter. Deignan discusses the challenges facing her and her new team as she starts a new phase of her career, admitting that in her absence the standard of women's racing has improved significantly.Â There are also interviews with two of the revelations of the season so far, Annika Langvad and Demi Vollering. Roxane Knetemann, the veteran Dutchwoman, tells us why this will be her final season, and Bob Varney opens up about a difficult period for his Drops team. The Cycling Podcast FÃ©minin is supported by Rapha and Science in Sport. The British Heart Foundation are offering all listeners Â£5 off the entry fee for the London to Brighton bike ride on Sunday, June 16\. The Cycling Podcast will also be entering a team, with Lionel and Richard joined by photographer Simon and some of the production team to ride the 54-mile event. Be part of the peloton for one of Britain's oldest charity rides by registering here: https://www.bhf.org.uk/l2b2019 Use the code Brighton5 to get Â£5 off the entry fee. If you can't ride, why not sponsor The Cycling Podcast team on our Just Giving page. https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/The-Cycling-Podcast