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The Cycling Podcast Live: A Journey Through the Cycling Year

Join The Cycling Podcast for A Journey Through the Cycling Year. You’ll be taken behind the scenes at the Classics and the three Grand Tours, the Giro d'Italia, Tour de France and Vuelta a España. There will be stories and anecdotes from the major races and tales about the star riders as the podcast team looks back on 2017 and ahead to the 2018 season. Don’t miss this chance to get inside the peloton!

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Author: The Cycling Podcast

Event name: The Cycling Podcast Live: A Journey Through the Cycling Year

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Wednesday 28th February 
The Lowry, Salford

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Friday 2nd March 
Oran Mor, Glasgow 

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Wednesday 7th March 
Nottingham Arts Theatre

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Thursday 8th March
Round Chapel, London

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Friday 9th March 
Carriageworks, Leeds

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Saturday 10th March 
The Showrooms, Sheffield

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A Journey Through the Cycling Year

The Cycling Podcast

Readers as well as listeners can now embark on a journey through the cycling year with The Cycling Podcast, which has been entertaining and informing fans since 2013.

Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe share their diaries from three incident-filled Grand Tours, the Giro d’Italia, Tour de France and Vuelta a España. These take readers behind the scenes and explore the culture and landscape as well as the racing, while the ‘Lionel of Flanders’, complete with beer recommendations, does the same for the Classics in Belgium.

There are appearances, too, by leading journalists and podcast favourites François Thomazeau, who takes responsiblity for the French Tour de France jinx, Ciro Scognamiglio, with a hearfelt love letter to cult favourite Filippo Pozzato, Fran Reyes, who pens a farewell to El Pistolero, Alberto Contador, and Orla Chennaoui, who hits the road to cover La Course in a one-woman karaoke-booth-on-wheels.

Further contributions from professional riders Ashleigh Moolman Pasio and Joe Dombrowski and the voice of the Tour de France, Sebastien Piquet, as well as stunning galleries from the podcast world’s first and only dedicated photographer, Simon Gill, make this the perfect celebration of a year in cycling.

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