Matt de Neef, Iain Treloar, Rupert Guinness and Caley Fretz live on the ground at the World Championships in Wollongong. They discuss the U23 and junior men's road races and the upcoming women's road race.
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Life in a photo booth
1:04:46Where should Cavendish go? To Israel? To Ineos? To some random French team? Caley, Ronan, Kit, and Jonny debate the merits of various options, plus have a look at some denim cycling shorts, a new Pro Continental team, and, of course, the results of the Saitama Criterium.
The WWE of bicycle racing
57:46It's Wrestlemania on this week's podcast as we dig into the stunning victory of Jonas Vingegaard over Chris Froome at the Singapore Criterium. Then, of course, it's time to talk Tour de France. The routes were announced last week and we have thoughts. Perhaps this is the first year we can cover it with an electric car?
They're younger than ever
1:04:51A 17-year-old just signed with Jumbo-Visma. Sort of. This week, Caley, Ronan, Jonny, and Kit talk about the trend toward younger and younger signings, plus Egan Bernal's slow return, rumours that Cav may not be headed to B&B, and a little dig into equipment sponsors for 2023.
Cav to B&B and the Giro's interesting route
1:04:24We open this week's episode with news of Benoit Cosnefroy's not broken arm, Mario Cipollini's potential jail time, and Davide Rebellin's retirement at 51. Caley, Jonny, and Ronan then dive into the Giro route, which was announced this week, and into the latest reporting around Mark Cavendish's move to the French B&B Hotels team.
And for Ganna's next hour record attempt...
1:11:37Ronan reports from the velodrome where Filippo Ganna obliterated the hour record. After setting a near unbeatable distance, Ronan suspects it will not be Ganna's only attempt. Also going on this weekend: Il Lombardia, a lot of retirements, Tour de Romandie, and Gravel Worlds.