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The Recon Ride Podcast – UCI Men’s World Championship Road Race 2017

21 Sep

Episode 80: UCI Men’s World Championship Road Race 2017 Rain, red carpets, and really good racing. The Bergen races have delivered so far, and Dane and I have hopes for the main event on Sunday, where we just might see a rider claim three consecutive rainbow jerseys for the first time ever. Subscribe: iTunes |RSS […]

Grand Prix Cycliste de Quebec et Montreal 2017

6 Sep

Episode 80: Grand Prix Cycliste de Quebec e Montreal 2017 These late-season one-days are two of my favorite races, due in no small part to the fact that Dane Cash himself attends the events and gets rockstar interviews with the likes Tom Dumoulin and Greg Van Avermaet for this very podcast. Subscribe: iTunes |RSS | […]

The Recon Ride Podcast – Vuelta 2017 Rest Day Round-Up 2

4 Sep

Episode 79: Vuelta a Espana 2017, Part 3 – Rest Day Round-Up 2 I have to give Chris Froome’s rivals credit for trying some of my recommendations from the previous show, but the Sky rider remains in great shape heading into the final week of the 2017 Vuelta. Subscribe: iTunes |RSS | Download Episode (mp3)

The Recon Ride Podcast – Vuelta 2017 Rest Day Round-Up

4 Sep

Episode 78: Vuelta a Espana 2017, Part 2 – Rest Day Round-Up Chris Froome is in a strong position, but with two weeks remaining, many rivals still have cards to play in the 2017 Vuelta Subscribe: iTunes |RSS | Download Episode (mp3)

The Recon Ride Podcast – Vuelta a Espana 2017

16 Aug

Episode 77: Vuelta a Espana 2017 The Vuelta is the weirdest and I think most consistently entertaining of the three Grand Tours. Between Alberto Contador’s swan song, Tour winner Chris Foome on the start list, and the thoughts of BMC’s Rohan Dennis, our first podcast on the 2017 event hopes to live up to that […]

Alberto Contador’s Retirement – Cyclingnews Podcast

12 Aug

Alberto Contador’s Retirement – Cyclingnews Podcast I was honored to join Dane Cash, Cyclingnews Editor Daniel Benson and Trek-Segafredo’s Koen de Kort on the Cyclingnews Podcast this week to discuss the just-announced retirement of Alberto Contador following this year’s Vuelta a Espana. Subscribe: iTunes |RSS | Download Episode (mp3)

How The Race Was Won – 2017 Tour de France – Stages 16-21

24 Jul

So the last week may have been a teeny bit anti-climatic, but the 2017 Tour remains the closest and most competitive event in recent memory. By forcing the contenders out of their usual routine, it showed once again that the eventual winner might not get enough credit for his mastery of the aspects of bike […]

The Recon Ride Podcast – Tour de France 2017, Rest Day Round-Up 2

17 Jul

Episode 76: Tour de France 2017, Recon Ride Rest Day Round-Up 2 This is shaping up into a nice little Tour de France, is it not? Still tough to bet against Froome and Sky, but Dane and I have picks apletny that might not be so obvious in one of the closest races in a […]

How The Race Was Won – 2017 Tour de France – Stages 10-15

17 Jul

Good gravy, that was a fun week—lead changes, surprise attacks, Dan Martin being the beast of all beasts—one can only hope the final six stages deliver in as fine a fashion. Be sure to catch up on Stages 1-9 if you haven’t already. Thanks again to Eurosport for the footage; you can find more on […]

The Recon Ride Podcast – Tour de France 2017, Rest Day Round-Up 1

10 Jul

Episode 75: Tour de France 2017, Recon Ride Rest Day Round-Up Nine stages down, twelve to go. We’ve seen some rivals falter and others outshine expectations. Plus a little more than anyone wants to hear from a race jury, and pure exellence on a single (double?) speed. Follow-up on storylines and see what’s coming next. […]