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142: Pinot's vintage Lombardy
October 17 | In the latest episode of The Cycling Podcast Richard Moore and Daniel Friebe discuss Thibaut Pinotâ€™s win at Il Lombardia and we hear from Pinot himself, who discusses Strava art, the disappointment that will haunt him and his plans for 2019. Thereâ€™s also an interview with 22 year old British rider James Shaw, who has lost his place with Lotto-Soudal and tells us about the challenge of being a young rider in the World Tour. And Hannah Troop reports from the Tour of Turkey, where we hear from Sam Bennett and James Knox. The Cycling Podcast is supported by [Rapha](www.rapha.cc) and [Science in Sport](www.scienceinsport.com). **The Cycling Podcast Live shows** Tickets are available for our live show at St David's Hall in Cardiff on November 27\. To join Richard, Lionel and Orla, go to [thecyclingpodcast.com/live-events](thecyclingpodcast.com/live-events) to buy tickets. **Become a Friend of the Podcast** Become a Friend of The Cycling Podcast and get access to our library of feature-length special episodes. Recent highlights include the #NoGoTour with Conor Dunne and Larry Warbasse and an extended interview with Louison Bobet. [thecyclingpodcast.com/friends](thecyclingpodcast.com/friends) **Sponsors** Check out Rapha's new Explore range at [rapha.cc](rapha.cc) Listeners to The Cycling Podcast can get 25% off their Science In Sport energy products by going to [scienceinsport.com](scienceinsport.com) and entering the code **SISCP25** on checkout. Thanks to our episode sponsor **Harry's** razors. All UK listeners can get a **free trial set** delivered to their door. You just pay for delivery. Go to [harrys.com/cycling](www.harrys.com/cycling) **Get in touch** We love hearing from our listeners. Send your questions and comments to us by email **email@example.com** **Find us on [Facebook](https://www.facebook.com/TheCyclingPodcast/), [Instagram](https://www.instagram.com/thecyclingpodcast/) or send us a tweet [@cycling_podcast](www.twitter.com/cycling_podcast)**
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141: Vineyards, Valverde and Sagan
In this episode of The Cycling Podcast, Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe are reunited in London to reflect on the Paris-Tours Classic and Alejandro Valverde's This bumper show was recorded in the cafe at Soho's Curzon cinema and begins with a discussion on the inclusion of gravel sections in Paris-Tours, which revamped what had previously been known as the sprinters' Classic. We also look back at the World Championships and assess Valverde's victory and what it means for cycling. The final part of the episode is an exclusive 20-minute interview with outgoing world champion Peter Sagan. **The Cycling Podcast is supported by [Rapha](www.rapha.cc) and [Science in Sport](www.scienceinsport.com).** This episode is sponsored by **Shipstation**. If you want to try Shipstation's courier service, go to [shipstation.com](shipstation.com) and enter the promotion code CYCLING at checkout. Tickets are still available to see The Cycling Podcast Live in Cardiff on November 27\. Go to [thecyclingpodcast.com/live-events](thecyclingpodcast.com/live-events) to book tickets.
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12: Tejay's Tour ambitions
In the latest episode of The Cycling Podcast there are interviews with Tejay van Garderen, looking to re-boot his career with EF-Education First, and his teammate Sep Vanmarcke, the former winner of Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, the Belgian race that kicks off the cobbled classics season this weekend. Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe also discuss the latest racing in Spain, Algarve and the Middle East. Simon Yates managed an eye-catching performance on the bike, winning a stage of the Ruta del Sol in spectacular fashion. The Vuelta a EspaÃ±a winner grabbed attention off the bike, too, with an interview in the Spanish media in which he admitted that the Tour de France holds no real appeal for him. The Giro d'Italia is Yates's main focus this season. While Van Garderen tells us why general classification will remain his priority in stage races, Daniel serves up his definitive 18-man list of 'riders most likely to win a Grand Tour before the end of their career,' and Lionel looks ahead to another Het Nieuwsblad, 20 years after his first.Â The Cycling Podcast is supported by Rapha and Science in Sport. **OUR SPONSORSÂ ** **Rapha** have launched their limited edition range of flyweight jerseys inspired by cycling's heartlands and new frontiers. Each design features the country's colours on the sleeve. Choose from Italy, France, Norway, USA, Japan and more at [rapha.cc](https://rapha.cc) The Worldâ€™s Finest Cycling Clothing and Accessories | Rapha **Science In Sport** are offering all listeners 25 per cent off their range of energy bars, drinks and gels at [scienceinsport.com](https://scienceinsport.com) Use the code **SISCP25** when you reach the check-out. **The Economist** also sponsors this episode. For over 170 years, The Economist has delivered trustworthy intelligence that helps people like you choose where to stand on the issues that matter most. All UK-based listeners can get a free print copy of The Economist by **texting CYCLING to 78070** **FRIENDS OF THE PODCAST** Everyone who has signed up as a Friend of the Podcast for 2019 can download the four-part, four-hour audiobook The Grand Tour Diaries and our first episode on the Dutch Jumbo-Visma's attempts to close the gap to Team Sky now. We will release at least nine more episodes over the course of the year. It costs Â£15 to become a Friend [on our website.](https://thecyclingpodcast.com/friends) Join us on [Strava](https://www.strava.com/clubs/thecyclingpodcast), [Facebook](https://www.facebook.com/TheCyclingPodcast/), [Instagram](https://instagram.com/thecyclingpodcast) and [Twitter](https://twitter.com/cycling_podcast).