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"roubaix" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"roubaix" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Elton Coil who who am GONNA touch las year after them so gold race to kind of chastise us for not having really seen vander pull coming. He alleged so we hear. Olten charge the star of the episode and go on from there and hopefully learn quite law but not under pulling the course of the episode. We wrap things up for this week chops. What you just said. Your lunch is reading my lungs so I should really go and have a well. You know how I became a vegetarian a few months ago. This true. I've heard this Reema. Yeah did I did become a vegetarian. It's not it's not gone that well in the last couple of weeks right. Brilliant these are. These are difficult times for somebody who is You know just just Trying to make things a little bit easier so today am I think I'm having a nice piece of Lom. Ham Sandwich made with two snails. Instead of bread still avoiding process meets Lionel. Yeah but I'm and I made it very nice. Aubergine curry last night so You know all is not lost. Took your food napalm. Where your weather? Yesterday in Italy was Carbonara Day National Carbonara Day. Now this was a trap now it might turn into a trap but we will. I think we should discuss it on another occasion. Maybe we've got a month if the rules of carbon. We've got three weeks of podcast coming up when we mean Ev. Everyone knows it's just a pasta dollop of credit crash and some onions and Warih's Kabanov from from Rotherham Daniel. The I think we should get into this later. Well I'm just wondering unearthed wondering whether it can be on our on our culinary cookery spot. That's coming up you know. Jira coverage whether we can squeeze in. Somehow I think we might be able to. Even the the issue of where it's from might be contentious so if the. Jiro is rescheduled for this year. We we'll I guess we'll end up doing two. G. Real Brilliant. Yep wonderful where we're looking. We're planning for our JIRA coverage aren't weights is coming together. Think quite nicely in my case. It's literally on the on the back burner as we speak. The cookery slots are being planned. And Trent as we are going to be the best thing about it. I think there's lots to look forward to in our coverage and I think I mean one thing we're planning to do again. In which we did last year was to sell mugs. Stacey Snider the ceramicist in the US is going to be making more. Jiro themed mugs. Also Cappuccino COPS AND ESPRESSO. Cups am and they will be raising money for a very special good 'cause that we will announce neater that time but there's lots to look forward to in that and And in the coming weeks to 'em we'll be talking about something else next week but We should we should wrap things up. Did you have any else? Tired OF ISIS already. Know nothing to out. Okay and we'll before we go a big bank fangs. To some of you have signed up as good friends of the podcast for me. Big thanks to Keith Elliot to Simon Wealthy Neil Maclean Pavel Silva offs key Blair. Oliver Ruined May Bill Davis Andre Perry Brad Stevens and Adam Komeito and a big thank you to Bradley Dickerson. Chris Nicholson Dial Preston Blake Thompson. Vincent GIOVINCO Tom. West Kenneth Peterson Michael Taylor Francois Cockman and Mark Davis and for me. Thanks to James Southern. John Cavanaugh Lee Hamilton. Tom Southern Is to leave home. So now. Paul Donahue Thomas Cooper Tommy Cooper David Lindsay Owen. How'd you how'd you say that Owen Owen reading? Tell me sorry Tony Webb will we bill Christian puck said? Thank you Daniel. Thank you thanks. Lionel? Thanks Richard. You've been listening to the cycling PODCAST IF YOU ENJOYED THIS EPISODE. Please writers and leave a review on facebook and I just To online for the cycling this episodes of edited and produced by Adam Bowing..

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"roubaix" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

13:28 min | 1 year ago

"roubaix" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"On and I'm unconvinced people enjoy listening to you. Talk about thirty years on. Sorry you know if he being there you go there he goes. It's the most famous second place. In the history of pair rex gauzes speech talk a he and the lightest sort of live from the Peleton out and it features two Kademi Weena and now Kenyan Schramm Rana Ella Harris it's on the sock Ling podcast channel every fortnight. And we haven't heard the episodes before go back and check out the season's episodes for Andre Garoppolo Leuchter reach Matt Canaan and Jimmy Whelan and also my coach Kevin Poulsen was the last episode to go back and check that out on the suckling. Podcast fade if you only knew little segment off got going on. It's called talking. Move a bit shaky. It's a little ten minute episode with all my guests that I've caught on the suckling. Podcast called them for another ten minutes. So Go chromosomal fade law from the pulse on and while you're there check out some of the back catalogue. Some great episodes there from the last four years with all the pro rod is and different types of cycling personnel. Just explaining what life is like in the Peleton so subscribe to my fate. Obviously subscribed the suckling podcasts. I hope you enjoy the show. Plenty more episodes coming until next Sean. I'm Mitch Daca say guys. Hey guys been a few days since I've checked in the you're back in lockdown with Larry Yeah I guess there's just not been whole lot gone on for the last days just kind of been getting into the rhythm and the routine here. been training pretty decently Robillard's we've been outside Depending on the weather so I actually haven't minded it too much Yeah it's Kinda like going through the motions for the moment because we don't really know when we're GONNA start some rumors here there But but yeah so watch. The Flanders locked down today That was pretty interesting to watch. I actually find it. Pretty funny and entertaining The best part was I think just having the video cameras on the guys and just seeing them really suffering on their trainers 'cause they were all going pretty much as hard as they could go. So yeah it was pretty funny and Yeah. I actually thought it was a good laugh But you know interesting to watch I don't think the system looks like the highest quality but But yeah it was. It was a nice idea. I think it brought together a lot of people Who are sort of craving something to watch in terms of cycling? So so that was that was kind of cool to see happy team Ali Get up there for second and yeah it was pretty funny to see even like mad. These ended up having mechanical and dropped out of the race. So that was all All Pretty Pretty Fun to watch But Yeah I guess Over the last week or so. I've you know been checking in with some of my friends in Europe and I think a lot of guys who are really stuck inside are struggling a bit You know it's definitely not easy when you when you can't go outside and I think for a lot of us. The ridings are only really sort of social interaction in the day. So if you can't go wrong with your friends that's tough. It's a tough situation to be and so I'm really hoping I read. Today that in France they're going to petition to be able to start writing outside from the fifteenth of April and. I think that'd be really good. Good move for the pros at least just to be able to get outside so You know I guess. Guess we'll see what happens but I'm hopeful for them Because otherwise it'd be really hard time on your head and yeah it's a nice thing is here. We've been able to get outside and I've been going for an evening walk with my little sister Some good rides during the day so all in all all is well at the war best household than the. Yeah still here. Hope you all well and talk to you soon was Larry warbucks with his latest dispatch from being locked down. He's he's back home in. Us wherever confused. Sorry Diane get confused. When he says he's in Michigan. I was sure that lucky Larry was from Texas. None of very much not am. He is from Michigan and the freezing of Midwest and he well the restrictions are very much less than certain other parts of even America but certainly Europe. I am on his his teammate and Oliver Nas and Ag To our in. Belgium has run into while he's got some criticism for posting big big rides. It's been doing on strivers. He's made us strive are kind private Ni- because this you know the inconsistency I suppose around the world about whether people are load exercise inside or no in some parts world writers can go on their bikes and they're they're allowed to do that. The government allows them to do that and in other parts of the world. They're not allowed to do that. And there's a view held by some that everybody should be respecting the the stay at home policy. That is in place in some parts world. I'm not sure what I think about that really. I'm not sure that Oliver NAS and shouldn't because in other parts you're you're not allowed to go. I don't know what what you guys think about that I should. I mean it's a difficult question. Richard I mean I think that you have to say that the advice from the the the instruction from respective governments has to take precedent. Surely I mean that's not the rule. Everyone should be following. I do think that there's A. There's a personal responsibility to bear though I mean in the UK. We have the flexibility to go out and exercise one day. It's quite a vague By criteria Isn't it what one person's exercise wants today might be a half hour walk? Somebody else might think I'm going to go and do my four hour training ride. I don't know what I think about that personally. All I can do is assess risk and take the decisions that I wanNA take Amoy My thing on that would be. I would guarantee laps on my bike around the common where I live and be within five minutes of how all points. I probably wouldn't go often an hour from home. That's just that's just what I'm choosing to do and It is difficult to lay down Rules for other people. If the government isn't setting making the criteria clear enough for people isn't that a maximum of an hour. He's supposed to do here. E Not really. It's not really sense. Though I NAS has been dealing. Three hundred kilometer writes why? I think I agree with you. I'm not really. I'm not really sure what to make of an but they go. All over. Nas has made his travel account private. That's that's one of the more trivial news stories of the week. In you know what continues as a major at public health crisis and economic crisis and general crisis that the world is facing at the moment and and we as in the last few weeks we've decided to deal with all the news relating to the Krona Virus At the end of the podcast. And so here we are am Larry. Lead us into a little discussion on it. But what have been the the major news stories from the world of cycling relating to this in the last week while they The owner racing is is cancelled until suspended until the end of June. At the moment. Isn't it and Christian. Prudhomme has said in the French media. The Tour de won't happen behind closed doors. The Gazelle Sport in Italy. I think wasn't it? Daniela had some provisional calendar dates and again icon again. This is just purely a personal thing. I I'm finding kind of the redrawing of the calendar. Now when we show on certain about what may or may not be possible and when finding not quite mentally exhausting. But the idea is to As as ED has reported. And if this is correct the idea is to push the two of the front back among search star in late July. Then Ron Account of trunk eighty two week. Vuelta certainly without the in the Netherlands. Which was supposed to be the start Then we'll check chips and then the Girardi Talia from October third and again possibly is. I'm not sure whether that would include the Hungarian start or not whether they go straight to Sicily and the details it as a not really a set in stone because nothing can be set in stone at the moment and it wouldn't be a surprise if all of these types of plans get pushed back altered as the weeks go on so. I'm certainly not so pinning. My hopes on something that is is being floated as a possibility. Now I don't know about you chaps no Sonnino as we said last week though I also don't feel any great rush or hurry or pressure need to to pronounce on whether should go ahead at this point. I think it's understandable that a so in particular would give themselves as much time as they can to to come up with an alternative to just assess the situation see how things are evolving I mean time sort of good truncated or stretched out depending on which way you look at it. I mean the the three weeks or four weeks worth of developments can happen in in one day. So it's a very fluid situation But I think what everyone does agree on is the the the potential repercussions Eve. There is no racing or if they're on grand tours Would be would be terrible would be disastrous. And in fact even now even in the last week or two weeks we've seen Some of the the fallout really. Come to bear on the top of this for the world to a level. I mean we're not talking about continental pro continental teams that are suffering only them. We're talking about the richest teams in the sport. I'll come onto the teams in a Mojo. I did speak to a ride afoa forthcoming Jiro coverage Yesterday and I made a point that I hadn't really considered which was perhaps when we do come to piecing together Something salvaging something. From the twenty twenty season priority ought to be given to races. That might be fifty fifty whether they could survive rather than I mean. The the point specific point he made was powered by Savoy pyro disappear from the calendar if it doesn't happen in twenty twenty The same CUCO for other monuments and You know some of the other big races but there might be some events. The would desperately need to be run in order to get broadcasting revenue and sponsorship revenue that. M- might not make it if they don't get held and that was a kind of a reverse way of looking at the whole situation which I hadn't really considered tool up to this point. I kind of assumed that the appetite will be to get the biggest events on whatever time is available later owning the year I don't know what you think about that. But it kind of seems to make sense to me to try to protect prop up some of the more vulnerable events rather than some of the others that will get through this not to walk. I think you can definitely make that case line. Oh I mean I've spoken to other people involved in teams who take opposite position and see. This is almost an opportunity A very painful opportunity. But the consent cycling's way to sort of trim the fat and the Flab in terms of races that don't bring in any money teams that are barely surviving to to streamline cycling and to really sort of realized that the the dream that was you know demonized in in a lot of ways but the dream that the likes of Hein Verbruggen the the former UCI president had of making professionals like in a lot more like formula. One for instance. I sort of closed shop system with a small number races. A small number of teams Very much being about the elite the.

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"roubaix" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

12:40 min | 1 year ago

"roubaix" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Sport Dot Com with the code. Sis CPI twenty five S. I S C P twenty five and if you're training indoors forget. The scientists support 'em producer range of products. That can help you with your indoor training as well. I'm actually am I've got a load. I'm looking here. Shelves of scientists sport products. I've been sent quite a few new products. Science support bringing out over the next few weeks can't talk about them yet by will do in the coming weeks and I've been well rather embarrassingly I I am. I call the bunk on the turbo trainer last week on a hard to hard to stop my face with a new product and I can. I can confirm was very effective in staving off said Bonk and I survived and finished my session in one piece. It didn't crumple to the floor so anyway talk a bit more about that. When the products available get twenty five percents off your Science Sports Science Sport Dot Com. We heard from Luca Gweat Selena. Just before the break there on fobbing counselor. I was in the velodrome in two thousand ten when Lara launched that big long fifty kilometer and attack to win there that was him really the the very Zana th of his powers much-debated long run. Yeah yeah it was much associated. Subjects have rooms to this day. Yeah the born. Did something very similar then didn't need. The following year was no year twenty twelve. Was it the Bonin. Yeah Yeah Yeah just. I spoke before that. But my him 'em and the special we did a couple years ago. We're actually re-releasing that for Pirate Bay this weekend recommend watching it. S are listening to it while watching the race in two thousand sixteen. It's really interesting to hear. Hayman's commentary on mentioned Matt Keenan and Robbie McEwen's excellent commentary forms part. The Episode Two am bought at releasing that for Friends of the podcast. Anyone who signed up as a podcast. We'll get that in their feed. And and we're also releasing a new friends special next week to coincide with the anniversary of the I'm still gold race that was won in such sensational fashion by Matthew. Vander Pol so it's it's a special called m. v. p. m. and it's about Matthew Vander Pool but large parts of it is NC with his father Audrey Vander Pool who was a great writer in his own right. I went to visit him in late February just before lockdown and spent a really interesting or so in his company hearing all about his career and also Matt Vander polls career will hear a bit more by founder pulled from some of the people around him in episode two. But when I was watching the ninety-four Priory Bay there was Andre Van der. Pol In that move as well on that very muddy and filthy day so he was. He was a great writer on one a lot. These never one pirate bay and when asked him went before we knew that the racist? We're going to be a spoon. When asked him if there's one race he really wanted his son to win? It wasn't Olympic gold medal. Anything like it was so I think in future. We're going to see multiple really really target that race. I don't know about you guys but I'm just watching that ninety four edition as well brought home to me. Just what a a big figure in the racist recent history Duclos LaSalle was and how how appealing this notion empire obey is of of the guy. Who's the absolute specialist? Who who has something in the way they ride whether it's pedal stroke or the way they sit on the by. It's almost defies definition defies any understanding. And you know you. You wouldn't see on most power files but it makes them ideally suited to Paraguay. And this something that makes me lean more towards in terms of Phoenix thinking of mythical Paraguay figures. I lean more towards those guys. Maybe because I just love the idea of this mystique of that. I think Franco Franco. Marini was in that category again Someone who had a good career and was up there and other cobbled classics but was never as good in other races. He was in private Andrea Taffy as well. Taffy was another one During extreme yeah yeah but then I was also watching it by. We're going to hear from Steve Buyer in a moment and he was. He became a bit of a specialist in that race but also finished fourth in the Tour de France. One year and was was quite an all rounder to you. Greg Lemond's emit talk about handshakes Daniel m the firm handshake. And the the biggest meatiest hand you will encounter belong to Greg. Lemonde and he he could write decent pirate bay two and when you watch the the races in the eighties nineties struck by. How many writers are there who you would also then see up there in the grand tours to just talking about the specialist thinking about specialists another one He didn't have the success. The same success as Duclos our Franco Ballerini but one who I was very fond of Daria. Daria Pieri Italian rider who I said earlier the JEFF BRCA. Veldt was a bit like stay. Puff Marshmallow Manuel Daria. Pieri at times was state marshmallow man off season when he hadn't really been looking being painting much attention to what he was eating but I followed him quite closely. Over the course of a couple of years at a lot of problems with his weight but I remember talking to Franco Ballerini about Daria Pieri And he talks about that characteristic that pedaling style and Pieri had and a lot of other writers while the majority whether I didn't have any sort of smooth nurse and Ballerini and likened it to ride him on velvet or it seems like Jerry could could ride on Velvet But pieris career. I mean even his second in nineteen. Sorry in two thousand and three and He's he's whole career and his whole life really was based around Pyro. Bain trying to be ready for pyro Bay or member yet to dogs. Two spaniels almost called Rue Bay. The other one was called boss. Bergh we'll boss and I remember going to see him just before really while his career completely went off the rails and it was a spring two thousand and five I think and we went out for dinner and remember triumphantly announcing the you know on really really strict diet now and he wasn't allowed to eat pizza I think it was anymore and he proceeded to order into Florentine steaks. And this was going to be answered. This is the question of the turn or problem. They had of keeping his weight in check and it didn't work and unfortunately that was. That was pretty much it for Dario Pieri. You mentioned a lot of veterans and again watching Ninety Four. Pablo Baldato sprinting Ballerini. In the in the velodrome am what is the the the sort of Italian 'em linked to Pirate Bay wife so many times over the years including the auto seemed to perform. Well in PYRO. Bay Is there. Is there a reason for that? Not really sure rich Francesco Moser of course when three times I mean we've talked about this issue of them position on a bike before and again this sort of purist in me always likes to see someone women rebate in a with a classic sort of Ruby Bike set-up and I mean by that is pretty aerodynamic long on the long talking top tube and I mean it was like that but Ballerini. We certainly like that and and we've talked before about the contrast with someone who has a more Severe Mountain Bikes House style setup which would be a pizza Saigon. We know with hands on the on. The tall famous could never win. Everywhere I wanted to. Where the culturally you know of course up until ten fifteen years ago all bikes Or the vast majority of bites were custom-made and allow them custom made by tally manufacturer. Certainly for the Italian teams. I wonder whether there is something anytime frame building. Culture which which You know let rights position. That was more than more Setup for Bay more adapted to that riding style could be body type. Has All those guys quite big in Ribeira a race. That would that would suit them. Yes only the larger frame helps to absorb a bit of the shock from the from the Kabul. Ironically when I wrote the the full route if the payback the VELO CLUB. Rega- edition of the cyclist. Not which is held every couple of years in fact due to be held this my but has been postponed because of the corona virus of course. But it's how it every couple of years. I'm predates the the kind of the newcomer? The power rebate challenge which is run on the same weekend as the pro ranks. But when I wrote it in two thousand eight is probably the lightest ever been as an adult probably needed a few extra pounds to get me through the last fifty K. because I blew up pretty spectacularly in in the final hour and a quarter my memory of of the last fifty kilometers reaching the final feet station and stuffing my face with little pieces of French Sausage. Salami style sausage and bishop cheese. It was the first savory for the day I was so sick of eating eating sugary stuff. All the other. The feet of the energy drinks and and and jail was eating that day so savory food I would absolutely hoovering stuff up while my riding companion went to the bathroom. I fell asleep in. Plastic Chair had a glorious ten minutes. Sleep before we Got Back on the road and so you you star is the light to see being an adult and finished as the heaviest. It was a great as Roy done. Once they sit all over anyone who's ever thought even a half half inning cling to go and do it. It's really worth writing. And I mean we did the full route two hundred and sixty kilometers and you get to appreciate the the the the first hundred and whatever it is to the First Section of Kabul as he's built his kind of flat but it's not know it pretty rolling and You need you to be in a good group to to get over. Some of those lumps without making too much effort. I remember as we approach Twat veal. The First Section of Kabul's hammering along the road in a in a group of about four not and thought we were going pretty well. An- another group of about six or eight km pastor. They were wearing the same club Jersey. British club embarrassed the club but they came flying past and then we sort of approached the left hand turn onto the First Section Kogo about two hundred and fifty three hundred meted onto the cobbles are sore six of these writers. All in the same Josie picking themselves up out of it. I mean it was. It was a real lesson that the you know you don't dunk flowing into the couples as if you know what you're doing treat them with. Treat them with a bit of respect because they can they can serve you up a nasty surprise. And I'll show some amazing things that dinosaur guy took a guy quite near the end who was riding without a saddle. Satellite snapped off. You just had his seat posts sticking up. So He's riding out of the saddle. Goodness knows how he was. Glad to hear that okay velodrome and yeah real tough really tough and by rewarding day cycling and still look back on my even is what twelve years ago now looking back on it as one of the best on a bike. It's something Matt Damon's Booker. But in the episode mentioned the high tough those You know th the supposedly fly in its very ruling but quite hard quite drippy and before you even get to the Kabul's.

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"roubaix" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

10:41 min | 1 year ago

"roubaix" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Mrs Those because I should also add that. I did establish what this Musica was. We'll miss go was Jeff Jeff Brockville's wife but Mika was not a name misdemeanors little mouse in Dutch. And that was his term of affection endearment for his wife but it was very it was very in Congress. Huge giant of a man right gruff he knew everything about Belgian sake and his protege was like the hardest sort float F- laundry and tie Breida and most. Just listen. Yeah mark through little mount big big bear and mouse line. Do you have any? I mean we're going to hear from Steve. Bauer in the next part who use spoke to recently but in one thousand nine hundred ninety additional thoughts race you covered a quite extensively over the years. Are there any other editions of pirate? Bay stand up for you while you're going to pick up on ninety four and Schmear win and just contrast it done. You made the point about the the weather and the impact that it has on the race that year ninety four. Schmil cross the line in seven hours. Twenty eight minutes two seconds average beach thirty six point one kilometers an hour that the following year. Franco Ballerini one in six hours. Twenty seven minutes and five kilometers quicker five-kilometer now quicker an hour quicker. I mean it just shows the the the conditions really do dictate when it comes to Pi- Ruby. I'm not sure that is the same discrepancy. When when you come to look the finishing times in other races possibly talking off the top of my head I about. It does seem that the race is characterized by the wind conditions particularly. And whether or it's wet and agree with you. Whoever made the point earlier about the The the editions where that a tie wind-driven among the most exciting until the elastic snaps and then the Renault is no longer in doubt. I mean if you think back to two thousand and seven when Stuart O'Grady one from basically being in the in the early break I mean that that kind of thing can happen in a in an addition of pirate by really. It's a one race of the year where they reason a patent. You can say this is what happens. Every year now a say about the tour of Flanders in that that kind of advanced move. Isn't there with sort of Seventy kilometers to go and then from forty kilometers to go. You start thinking about what's going to happen in the in the the newell whereas in Pyro by really additions standout and you can say the completely surprised winners. A thoroughly deserved their on their day. To stand out in the record books as surprise winners. I'm thinking sort of Frederick. Join nine hundred ninety seven or or even great win in two thousand seven. Well Can I. Can I single? I might Hayman's went in two thousand sixteen as well. I mean Francois mentioned that earlier on 'em and that that was very fast edition and five hours fifty almost forty four kilometers and hour. An it really was a race where Haymond was resolved the front almost the whole race. One of the reasons for that was because of his lack of of confidence in his condition. You know he was. He was in a slightly different Rowley. He was he was on the front foot from the start that race and ended up winning it am. I listened to the French special that we did with him this morning and that was base a year later a Pyrenees I went him and we watched the final twenty kilometers of the race again together and he talked me through it. What was going on and it was just fascinating to get the insight. Also am it was the first time he'd watched it back and he was clearly am imagining himself in those positions again and realizing things of highway was racing the perhaps hadn't realized at the time You know he was in a four-man break with Tom. Boonen Involved in hygiene Ian Stannard in the end he survived with with these writers. Having said being a whale day and you know he he was watching what he was doing realizing that he wasn't just going for the podium or just going for top four once he was there and there was a moment where we watched him having attacked. Then then then switch off a bit and move into the wheels again and we said you know I I. I'm thinking here that if I'd been going for the pulled him out of cat going somewhere deep inside am I felt like I might have a chance and and not was almost quite illuminating For for him as well and there's a great moment in comedy 'cause the commentary of Matt Keenan Rob McEwen forms quite an important part of the episode as well and we're Matt Keenan says Matt Damon is one to professional races. Tom Boonen hundred nine. And so it was a real kind of mismatch but of course Matt Damon and one in the velodrome and that his body was surprised shocked. Thought there'd been a mistake. He was also worried. He lived in Belgium and he was worried. It would be making hugely unpopular in Belgium because he'd beaten Tom Boonen who is going for his fifth. Pirate Bay wasn't a buff. I'd singled out as one of the classic editions of the race. I think Because it's so quick you can really watch quite a lot of and You know it's it's a great race to watch his unfortunate shows the benefits of of really getting on the front food and getting up the road early and surviving once the the the big favorites. Catch you up the debate about the best addition hold my spectacular addition Is is one thing and it's one that people have on a regular basis but so is the debate about who's the greatest Pyro Bay rider of all time. I mean there are some pretty impressive candidates Roger diplomatic on Tom. Boonen hold the record full times each but would you? Would you champs go along with those two? Is the best ever or any other candidate Roger Disarming better than I do Diane how often because Bonan also you know went close on several occasions and had teammates like Niki. Terpstra win POPs because Boonen was his team mate. So borland's record in that race was I'm GONNA look it up ny but divine love podiums and Pyro as well. He certainly did rich second. I'm looking now four times Third once and then I mean he's never finished outside the top seven in Pyro by in fact in I think twelve appearances. Thirteen thirteen appearances never finished outside the while. Boone had had eight top sixes in Pirate Bay so dividing maybe gets annoyed and on that basis tizzy I would say so Rich I think well I think he he pays the best pirate bay rider of time famously. Used to get up to. When when Boon was was closing in on his record that people should even mention them. The same breath I think he started to make peace. Now with the fact that he sits equal Tom. Boonen on top of the pile and news. Actually and I don't know if you remember last year and he was quite ill. He had a nasty bacterial infection of some kind and I'm not sure whether he's life was in danger but recently quite badly I think he's recovered now. you've had some problems in his personal life. You know spoken on numerous occasions about Roger dwellings personal life before and he split up with his longtime partner. And but he's got a new girlfriend. The good news A name is Peggy registered seventy-two Peggy's forty five. So that's three years younger than ratchet bombings daughter and Peggy was. Actually The lady called. The ambulance lost year when he hunt When he first was suffering from symptoms of infection I mentioned well best wishes to miss your Pyro Bay who's your top pirate bay writer Lionel Assure Kelly there we go home with Sean Kelly. We've mentioned you spoke to somebody. Well I mentioned already spoke to your old coach Donyell. I did my coaching five unconscious. Coach lucrative. Lena who is now the team manager principal. The big boss Trick Sigfredo an awesome to make the case for counselor as the Best Pie rubare ahead of time. I say that's fabulous was probably for the new generation that I can make comparison with the old generation but the new generation was the best tried for the classics but included I think was a the highest expression of Our I think that's fabulous someone that can can let's specimen deter. Kill himself on training to be really really really red young on the race day and I spend with him so much time working on motor pacing and training that they say that for sure that the never saw anyone do thus such such Density on training just to to be sure to be ready on the on the Sunday race. The last big training was The the Tuesday before flanders because then between founders who bay we normally take it easy in a couple of time. We re scale the price in another couple of time. We made the long training session on Thursday but was never less than six hours. Anyway so I I believe that that we are the good good blocks and Idee men better having a making huge thoughts on a climb before for the.

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"roubaix" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

14:39 min | 1 year ago

"roubaix" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Okay well that was a little flavor of the nineteen ninety-four Pirate Bay m a classic edition and won by Andrea Djamil. Which is another reason why we were talking about it. Yesterday wasn't done but it was rich because just a couple of days ago. Andre Schmil Sadly announced to Only so I think it was on his facebook page. That he's been suffering from cancer He's fifty seven years old now and no eating prognosis Talked about it as a as his next big battle next big race that he's going to try to win and we hope he does win. It smell was An intriguing character Particularly in the context of that ninety four pyro Bay. I'm an and people talk about the battle with Musee but as we heard in in that clip and there's a lot more to that racing a lot more that made it special and memorable than just musee versus Schmila. I mean I'm we heard that the country from the late David Duffield. When duclos-lasalle Sheila Duclos LaSalle had one previous to pay rubies punk should and Franco Ballerini punctured and those to the previous year in nineteen ninety-three? Had this incredibly close finish. I mean fact. We talked earlier about how. Close the Steve Bow And Eddie Plank was in nineteen ninety and I think it was written at the time that separates it then was thirteen millimeters and I think Duclos LaSalle ballerini eight millimeters supposedly reportedly anyway Tomato Musee Duclos LaSalle and Ballerini. They were some of the main protagonists in Nineteen ninety-four but trail really out clause to everyone road away and it was wet and it was It was sort of epic enough sense. The was a long portion of the race where there were no motorbike cameras. The any shots were from the helicopter because the most like Pilots had various problems that gone off the road in the in the mud and and so on it was a bit like when you watch it back. It's a bit like sort of following the dots if you if you follow the dots now on the transcontinental race or one of these. Ultra Endurance Cycling although you same thing I watched that yes in on you do. There are some showers sun where the landscape allows it where it's a bit like the the shot that we get a machines. Elisi am alongside the writers. There are bits where we can see Ballerini in particular he went. He had time pre hard just before the puncture and we see this beautiful show of him and site on writing across the couples. We do but as I said. Schmil was I think. They're quite clearly strongest on the day and it was it sort of victory for the underdog because he'd moved to Lotto the Belgian team Lotto Bat season The previous year on each mill had been at GB MG with Musee but had felt that he wasn't really given enough consideration. That was a Belgian team and Patrick. Lefevere was in charge. Your Museo was sort of. He's he's protege and Trail wasn't picked for milan-san Ramo and then at the end of the year trail whose various changes of nationality will probably come onto but He was writing for Moldova in the world championships in Oslo but it was widely expected until he lefavor expected. He was gonNA help Museo in the World Championships. Museo of course he was running for Belgium. Schmil didn't do that. And this compounded or lead to bad falling out and Schmil then moving to Lotto and Lotto were smaller outfit than G. B. M. G. Musee would win the tour Florida's in ninety three. He was already a big big figuring Belgium and in in the classics. And yeah the favourite. Really coming into the ninety-four Pirate Bay. He has interesting mentioned. The change of Sh- meals nationality Daniel. He obviously was a relatively light starter. when it comes to professional cycling because of course until nineteen thousand nine. He wasn't really allowed to be a professional way. Wasn't allowed to be a professional and it wasn't until one thousand nine when the Alpha loon team was was able to race professionally. It was kind of an Italian slash Russian outfit. Wasn't it and by that stage. Schmil was already twenty six and so by ninety four. He was thirty one years old and Not not the most experienced in terms of winning races at the very top level. I mean that was really the the first of a handful of really big wins that he The managed to get in his career. Yeah and you mentioned that. I'm starting PROCREATE LATE. I mean he. He was born way over on the east side of Russia. Almost I mean not very far as the crow flies from from Japan. I think he's mum was an opera singer. Anyway. The founding moved to Ukraine when he was younger and then obviously what is now Ukraine then the Soviet Union And then as the. Soviet Union from started to fall apart in late eighties. There was this idea to and I think they called it. Project Codename Project Sea serpent the Russian or the Soviet Federation. I'd come up with this plan to sort of place. Their ride is in Europe and this led to the creation of Alpha loom team. In in San Marino. I think Alfa Lum made aluminium or work with aluminium and they came to fruition and these Russians came over and they couldn't communicate with the Italians and there was even a story I think in the first year nineteen before one thousand nine hundred. Schmil himself and one other ride got in trouble because they came back to the team hotel Through the window with sort of eight o'clock in the morning When the rest of the team were at breakfast and they've been out all night sort of sampling the delights of wherever they were they were. I'm somewhere on the Adriatic Coast Rimini or so and you know. They got a bit of a bad reputation. Some of those guys being playboys for wanting to to sort of taken embrace everything though the West had to offer schmil certainly In in a very short space of time got his act together and became known. It's really sort of discipline. Hard ride And you know the the rivalry musee was really built up. I think in the Belgian Press Schmila. We said the move was made of it than than what was actually going on on the road and on a personal level between him and Museo but he did always used to say that he had he kept up a poster of Museo on on the wall in his garage and he would use it to motivate himself and This it was a life size poster and when he was to- trainer particularly when it was outside and he would sort of imagine being classics and he would imagine writing against Musee. When you later move past this was when he was living in Belgium and he moved house and went to Italy late God where longtime he took the poster with him and put it up and he's guarantee Again but when I think of Schmil I also think of Jeff Brockovich. Did you guys ever did either of you have come and Gone With Jeff Brooklyn though Napalm. Well yeah as a long term sports director a lotto suit all and passed away about this time last year. Correct And he he was one of these rare diet sports who had never been a ride himself. He'd been a cycling fanatic growing up in the sixties in Belgium. And he used to brag become a sporty for the age of fifteen with some sort of local club that he'd become involved with and he moved through I'm also teams and made his life made his job. He was a real one of these institutions of of Belgian cycling. Big Guy Big Whitehead Guy. Easter Pudgy. Kind of But very tall E- kind of reminded me of the state of marshmallow month from ghostbusters and then he had very memorable not in a particularly good way. Unchain handshake was kind of like trying to grasp An uncooked quail. Or Partridge was you. Didn't you didn't really was very fleshy but it was enough remove. Didn't really know how to how to get your hands around it. Yeah Quayle's after social distancing we're GONNA have handshakes with Daniel. They're on their own some very memorable hunting so always remember and I think I tweeted about this when he died. But Raymond Poulidor an extraordinary comes very stubby huge fingers and short fingers but yeah. I really feel very strong firm handshake. But that wasn't Jeff Brockville told Jeff. Brockovich was not a particularly pleasant handshake but as a as a young as a young journalist around two thousand one two thousand and two. I used to speak to you know. Racism struck me. But what I what I didn't realize at that point was what is sort of sage. He was in Belgian cycling and he was a lot of for many years and then he was off so highly by Ram truck male. Who WAS INVOLVED Katusha later and also Robbie McEwen who's involved Cotija took. They brought him on board there but they as I say he was the Yoda Guru figuring Belgian cycling. And I remember I'm there's another another real authority on Belgian. Cycling is all colleague Hugo Cool vits this unmistakable. East coach small Hugo anyways so bottle top round glasses but quite dark skinned Mexican but he. He is paying attention mistake intention. Great character fantastic character. Anyway I was going to. I think it was a race or some kind of job interview a few years ago in Belgium and discuss arrangements with Hugo and he'd very kindly offered to let me stay his house when I arrived and I was getting in. I think probably on the Eurostar quite late one evening and he was. GonNa pick me up from from the train station. I think probably volume or something like that and anywhere going. Hugo's car and he's a Freebie attention. I must call Jeff and I said what would you mean what you mean? And he gave me no context. No there was no preamble leading. Just start dialing this number anyway. Oh then I heard for the next fifteen minutes as as you do when you listen to. Belgium's talk about cycling. We just a series of grunts Jeff Buddha and this went on and on but I just kept hearing you know couple of words I could make out. I could make the names of riders and then he kept saying Murska mosquito and the voice on the other end anyway the call ended and I said you go what was that and he goes is Jeff as a what do you mean Jeff Jeff Brockovich. I call him every night. And this was about twenty ten at night and you could tell. Jeff Rockefeller was in a horizontal position. He was lying down and then and I said what you find him every night when he's in bed of course and I must say I said what what four and he says everything. Jeff you pay attention. You need to Jaffe knows everything that's happening in cycling and about this Michika what was I just wife and this is what so you. You have twenty minute conversation about the current affairs in professional cycling at twenty ten in the evening. Meanwhile he was his wife was was lying next to of course freebies and I'll never forget this but then I started to probe and interrogate. Hugh goes to try and understand. Just you know how how this had happened. The Jeff breakout become this sort of totemic figure in Belgian cycling. Explain the you're such such was the regarding which Geoff Brock was held by the Diet sportifs and and ride is the day before the tour Flanders. Every year there was almost queue outside Jeff. Brockville's House of Director sportifs. There would visit Jeff home and he would sort of liquids finger and stick it in the air and say Right Tomorrow Cancer Laura Tax with fifteen kilometers ago. Tomorrow Heyman is in the move with devulder and they would all sort of nod solemnly and go off and come up with their tactics for the tour flaunt is based on what Jeff Brockovich. I'm not sure how we moves from the one thousand nine hundred four pirate bay. Who's very entertaining? Well Well Brakha. That was I mean he Trail was like a son for him. I mean I should also add. That Schmil was probably the most intimidating guy to interview. I've ever had the experience of interviewing I interviewed him when he was the CA- Tujia manager and two thousand nine. They they ripening their service corps somewhere near Lake Garda and I was doing a big feature with pots auto people of course and we. We had lunch. This Italian and your Makharov was there and anyway I had lunch with her and then I got so twenty minutes of trail afterwards and for twenty minutes. He did not look me in the eye. Once I'd like to know Daniel is who if anybody has replaced Brockovich I mean who am I. Who's in that rule now in the thousands? Who does go curves call every night? I'd love tonight. I'm sure he misses him. Mrs Those because I should also add that. I did establish what this Musica was. We'll miss go was Jeff Jeff Brockville's wife but Mika.

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"roubaix" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"roubaix" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"And It's too early to tell but some are already speculating. That it would have been rainy on. It will be rainy on Sunday. The forecast is for rain on Sundays. While I'm trying to say and we haven't had a rainy pirate bay for well. When was the last one was service? Cavan when was the last way the Pirate Bay who that was two thousand and one? Wasn't that two thousand and two is also wet It was with Museo winning head of Tom. I mean the relating about whether that might have affected eraser now he's going on. I mean not just makes my head spin a country about this. A bit of a fetish is ation of Of Bad weather. Unpire Bay I'm not necessarily attached to the idea of wet pyro as being better than the ones I mean. I kind of the pirates one of the few races which even if you watch on TV one thing. That's tr- transmission communicated clearly well is the speed Comes across much better when it's dry and you know if I think of classic editions a lot of them are you know they did end with someone coming along with the Franco Ballerini or someone else With that that face covered in dust rather than run mock Well we've chatted yesterday three of us and we agreed on one classic edition. It was a wet one. One of the one of the toughest ones in recent memory..

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"roubaix" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"roubaix" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"The youngest rod it's finished prior base since roger guest link in nineteen thirty nine he was forty second writing for the new vitale concept team so that was would even mentioned and taylor phinney as well we you it's pretty well documented how awful the injury he sustained in the two thousand fourteen us pro time ships waugh's compound fracture of his leg and it's been a long old road back i think been several moments along the way when he doubted whether he has a future the professional cyclist and wrote a brilliant rice yesterday them yeah a story of perseverance and pesistently them a happy ending i'm sure it's not the loss word in in the story of tighter finished career but yeah looking good for him is because i think the question but tiffany has also been how much does he want you know he was on emc for many years and i think he was a bit of a crossroads after you know whether whether even continues as a proven performance pirate bay that's the racist that mosul some that might do for him in terms of you know planning on bishops and targets future years about team is also turned the corner regimen i when you speak to people within the f education team they feel that with the new sponsored in fact new owner coming onboard that things have changed this year and i think they took a huge amount of confidence from rigoberta rounds told france last year and they thought that starting to feel more like winners and that's kinda percolating through into areas of that team bay the stage races the one day races the stall for uncivil scifo so yeah it'd be interesting to see how they fay in the next few weeks when we get the jiro and then the fronts indeed indeed just briefly on the of the boss country before we finish because are focused week has been on pirate bay really thought was a hugely impressive performance by primoz rogue lich and people start you know you wanna sage fronts.

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"roubaix" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"roubaix" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Yeah on the upside going down you a bit of a left field choice 'cause some might think he was disappointing i think yes bestow even did well he was fifth in prior by seventh in florida's tenth ininvolved of laundry nine thin viacom sick thin three favorite consistent doesn't doesn't take too many risks but i kind of think the way he ride what it reminds me of when a ride is struggling in the in the franz or grand tour this debate should they go for stage victories now should they launch kamikaze attacks i always think that they learn more by sort of toughing it out and seeing how far they can go on the general classification even if things go into well and i think still even spring slight matt really rather than throw the kitchen sink cata and unhoped something stuck he just i think he gained experience of being indiana in amongst the best writers and and i think that he'll probably be even stronger next year will be a real contender what he did okay the stage race roy does the came to the couple classics and well impressed zoll so that was one hundred verde was the laundry in vicenza niebling tour flown unmarked selena yesterday in imperial bay at anyone expected selassie goes far as he did in not break oh lead the race into the arm bug forest so that was a positive for me and just on the the spirits of pyro bay so yesterday was lithuania murder i think he's evaldas cisco excuse who goes to the velodrome an hour late an hour after on light.

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"roubaix" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"roubaix" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Another one bit of an outline i then x t ball didn't have a great to spring what we some of his quickstep colleagues if you noises coming out with their actually quickstep might not be thrilled with the ball the moment he didn't really listen to instructions yesterday pyro bay i'm told that was certainly not the plan he would attack when he did yeah they know not to into used by some of what they've seen from him this spring team sky as well i mean you know they with somewhere been a dimension data they are perhaps of anything resorts is teams have looking at those two teams one win each so far this year but team skies coupled classes campaign pretty appalling no single top ten and twelve flanders for dillingham baro on nineteenth rebate for dylan von borrow am really really pretty poor luke grew had another bad day with a with a bad crash but they would expect a lot more given on paper at least they've got you know pray strong team stunnerd moscone van ball thomas loot row that was a strong team they for for ruby and nineteenth our best writer there what if we focus on people who underperformed in couple classics i mean we have to mention greg government i mean lost year he would on fire wasn't he could hardly stop him winning this year a third place grand prix three hour becca about as good as it got always always looking a little bit underpowered yeah i agree with lionel certainly his form kenneth light loss you're after dame hats off to vermont for his his fighting spirit you can see that he's under pressure you can see that he's got the form he's got launched your you know he was one of the daniel thing mentioned earlier he was one of the guys who was tacking just before signing away and he's despite props not having the legs he still he's still giving good go a m maybe i mentioned as well for my tip for part of eight donya loss who has been on the winning team two years in a row with bmc las year played an absolutely vital rule in vnever matt's win last year and then a very strong ally for pizza saiga and pyro bay this year's well sri move onto the positive.

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"roubaix" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"roubaix" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Why just looking at the teams couple of teams that really struggled i think son web were always likely to have a less successful season than they did last year team of the year lost year of course and i'm sure there are there are bright two times happy times to come for them later in the season when the stage races really get going but they did not have a particularly great spring song cry onto someone had back problems that hampered them and michael matthews at had some issues as well and he didn't really flourish in the way that you want to but they will one of several teams struggled dimension data are really struggling at the moment with kevin dish out and see where that winds are going to come from the moment and they were certainly not much of a factor at boston haugen didn't have a great winter with them healthy shoes and road pretty well two hundred clauses in prior babe but faded in finale and tuesda had a bit of a bit of an overhaul in the winter and they came into the classics without christova of course he laughs and tony martin was was going to be the counting this year and did not really pull up any trees that he tiny maltin seventysecond impera bay have you finished sixty third in the tour flanders and was pretty prominent as i suggested last week he would be various points of the rice but again was not really thick of the action when it mattered a slightly brighter note then kneels polit perform pretty encouragingly seventeenth in his seventh emre so yeah they were they were some of the sort of low lights alexander kristoff i thought had a disappointing classics season fifty seventh pyro by seventeenth in flanders although had written fairly well in milan summary my he was full there but yeah they were they were few mon.

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"roubaix" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"roubaix" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"And here he is answering the first of our questions question the sweet robe from michael edwards and beaconsfield michael asks i have a question for the experts from science sport i'm doing aged salesian a few weeks it's a long day in the saddle need to eat a lot the feed stations at these types of events mainly have sugarbased nice and bananas i love the sciences sport products and they are also the same after fiore's all the sugar can feel tough on stomach very mind don't want to stop for croquemonsieur what advice would our friends from scientists sport have to carry an eat town balance the high gel bar drink load of a long day in the saddle mets great question and the prayers actually provide quite a good answer for that one so it's important to consume savory foods as well when you doing those oltra long rights and some great things to us be rice cakes made with for example bacon or pomace cheese simple turn if you on as ventures in the kitchen would be some peanut butter language where it's made with white bread so easy to jess but with with the peanut butter in there to provide some fats fuel the ride and a little bit of protein as well that was rob child the chief scientific officer scientists sport and we'll hear more of his responses to your questions some really fascinating ones over the next few weeks and months so fellas we're going to review the coupled classic sees that sit over for another year we move into the they are then now via i'm still gold race which is not in there then of course but the what's your cessna dino humor suggesting earlier that we might come up with some hits and misses we review the cobbled classics on your list of the negatives out of the way he had to time on fashion.

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"roubaix" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"roubaix" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"The impacts of the road yeah yesterday he did he proved me wrong on a lot of other people well i don't think he set out with that intention to be fair daniel room i think he was trying to win the race but just starting on his mind though i don't wanna get member of value royalty into trouble but he also mentioned on saturday night that he thought pizza game with carrying perhaps two or three kilograms more than than he might ideally to i wondered whether you know you talk about the need to kind of absorb the punishment of the of the povey whether a little bit of extra white might not gonna miss and i wondered whether facing whether it was whether it was of the plan i mean he's already won the to a flanders pirate bay kind of next on the list and perhaps there was some perhaps as something in kind of home baked theory i i really don't know but it was you know he he didn't he didn't look comfortable in the two afl when put on the back for quickstep really took the rice on and everyone on the pressure and no one responded and everyone was looking at sagan i think that the the terrain and the circumstances of the rice you know the the time gots to the lead group when saigon made his move was really encouraging wasn't it he he didn't have to make a ridiculous effort to get across and i was still at that time a few numbers there as well so it wasn't like he's writing across the one writer so in terms of the way the rights pined out the opportunity was there at that exact moment and he sees opportunity and clearly look very good on the couples that help from delay on on the tarmac sections and it was kind of it was a race win by numbers wasn't i mean he plotted extremely well i thought.

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"roubaix" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"roubaix" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Contre tomes as you do in peru eve lampe had been out the back with mechanically shoes and then she'll bent st board at both ready made the wrong decision and the tommy of their tax shield at gone off the forest and and debarred gone with about sixty kilometers to go and they just weren't i felt that they weren't well organized at that point with about fifty five kilometers to go and they weren't really in a position to organize a proper chase yeah the the two big crashes were really important when reviewing how the race actually shook out the the first big crash was on the first section of cobos twelve year the bunch was split really significantly and some big name for core in in the you know either either core in the crash or delayed by it so riders right she ruled out from that point on guarant thomas for example and not on suggesting that he necessarily would have been a factor in the race at the shopping but he he eventually pulled out off to that crash greg manama then had to chase all of nasa think was was slowdown in crashes well and then later punctured on demar who i think had he had a smooth first half of the race probably would have been able to be favorites group but you know the the chasing took its toll and i think and so the race was split up from from an early point and then sagawa went with fifty four kilometers to go as you say daniel kind of slid off the front and then when i came off that section of couples or she the oshii section cobos.

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"roubaix" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"roubaix" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Yes the stolen and he was fifth he was in chase group and that was a decent result uhhuh i tip peter teammate donnie loss so actually actually we did pretty well again dr dhamar he had a different eight yeah how does shocker i'm salute shop pizza seiken well he delivered what he has promised to deliver he's he was a big favourite dining was right dismissive of that but it's just kinda given that he starts every race pretty much as favorite and in his problem has been winning and and i mean he he to use a horrible freight he answered his critics didn't he on on sunday a barnstorming performance on a really clever right because he you know it was interesting just the the parallels with the two funders and previous week when nikki terpstra attacked from a similar distance a bridge up to break three stood saigon at turps are went straight past them saigon used delia well he he used the break as much as could until the last man to survive and i thought he was very clever i i wasn't sure whether they talked to each other hello perhaps deal was done the deal being nothing illicit and but but simply you know if you help me out you i'll take you to the velodrome in and you you finish second well i think the deal rich was the sangam was gonna put on the couples and diddy i was going to new some pulling on the asphalt sections.

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"roubaix" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"roubaix" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Lionel you can give us your weekly news right up please so that we can catch up with everything that's gone on in the world of cycling well rich pizza gone won the second monument of his career became the first reigning world champion to win pyro bay since on you know in one thousand nine hundred one he wrote away from the group of favorites with fifty four kilometers to go and the only man from the early brake who is able to stay with again to the finish with sylvan delay of eightytwo our da broke his finger at strada bianchi last month and only returned to action ten days or so ago winning the route i delete so clearly was in good form and obviously in great form only hanging onto sagan's coattails but doing some work in closing twenty or thirty kilometers da led into the velodrome let out the sprint saigon came pasta with ease so we'll yeah we will talk about the the way the race unfolded niki terpstra clicked away from the chasing group just to take third place on the podium and a bit of a consolation prize for quickstep will assess their tactics as well in the first part of the podcast other racing of other asian going on the tour of the basque country or its ruler at it's been rebranded at one by tree rogue lich of lotto jimbo and richard actually pointed out that rogue lich was the only lotto imbo rider to finish the race so quite extraordinary the yeah the only one to make all the way to the finish i think i think some teams you started the race by then i see them during the race toll sense kind but.

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"roubaix" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"roubaix" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Hello my name's richard moore i'm with donna free alerts online will bernie jala rich hollow fellas we are convening it they after pirate bay and not the first time we've had this terrible experience of of having a somber tone two things because pirate bay was marked unfortunate by a terrible tragedy the death of twenty three year old michael goulart belgian rider with willems verandas he suffered a heart attack and it wasn't initially clear whether the heart attack caused him to crash or whether he crashed then suffered a heart attack but it seems today monday not twenty four hours after the the awful incident that it wasn't fighter heart attack that caused the crash the spokesman further regional court has said today monday according to our initial information some form of medical issue without doubt cardiac related caused the crash rather than a crash causing his medical state he was taken by air ambulance to hospital in lille and pronounced dead quite late on sunday night so very very sad indeed and an and it casts a shadow over what was a brilliant race which we will discuss in fool very soon butter a very very sad ending to what had been a great day well you're absolutely right rich a tragic ending the day and i'm what's especially jarring is you know when you go back and look at social media and and you look micro lots post something like twitter and you realize that well everything was was normal as far as he was concerned his family would concern his team concern he was very much looking forward to the rights of a lifetime and then yeah he goes to racin and doesn't come out which is.

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"roubaix" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"roubaix" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"I get to be anything to do with that probably not god bless this chairs uncomfortable there's not a in the studio the worse under sued the company for back surgery back to our taxpayer relief sean i i i apologize deeply for that tangible about the uncomfortable chair but if you're watching me can see i can't get comfortable we'll check the studio with worth a piece of crap for night amanda after being shot inside of apartment near now with your for space are fake jesse live on that story with how this all got started faith wouldn't even able to find out good morning crystal well metro says just before nine o'clock last night that's when shots were fired at the roubaix department complex right behind me somewhere on the third flu more metrostars when they arrived to the scene there was a man in his fifties that was dead police say that the shooter was actually a resident here he told police that he was inside of the home with his 10yearold son when a man tried to break again that's metro says that resident fired two shots at this suspected intruder metro says that the guy i trying to break and was also a resident here but the to do not know each other there are a few cop car still on scene we did see some homicide detective so they are still investigating what we do know is that metro was questioning that shooter that was the residents i yesterday and what they're telling us now now is that this case seems like a case of selfdefense but that investigation is still ongoing i'm jesse reporting mystery and that could take awhile thanks for that there faith thanks for story i thought it was pretty good here's the issue we don't know the facts that hamas lug storm seem investigating but he lived the same apartment complex boo the guy who's who's trying to break into what if he was trying to break into the role in the port like is trying to break into own apartment but he been the open hookers and blow all night kosovo figures there were sleeps so hookers and blow all day long know nine o'clock.

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