Episode 78: Spoiler Alert! Paris-Roubiax edition

If we had been writing the Paris-Roubaix script, Jeff and I would’ve made the group of favorites duke it out in the velodrome, but it was still an amazing race! It’s the best Paris-Roubaix ever, until the next Paris-Roubaix. Jeff has some interesting insight into the mind of OPQS, Anna admits she kinda has a crush on Brad worries Jeff will break up with her for admitting it!


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Episode 77: Cunning Cancellara

Jeff is the star of this week’s episode, so buckle up! Anna wonders if OPQS the new Sky of the Classics, decides it’s okay to be a sore loser sometimes, and marvel at Cancellara’s strength and cunning!


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Episode 76: OPQS Says “All Your Cobbles Belong to Me!”

Through impressive investigative journalism, Anna and Jeff reveal that the Inner Ring works for…. the NSA! That’s the only way to explain how awesome he is! And Anna reveals her not-so-secret crush on the Inner Ring. We also reveal how little we actual know about how cycling is set up right now by talking about the changes the UCI will be implementing to the teams and to the racing calendar.

Jeff loves Dwars Doors Vlaanderen, and we all love E3H and Gent Wevelgem.


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Episode 75: #MSR- best or worst Monument?

We marvel at the number 75, dissect Milan-Sanremo and decide it’s actually an awesome Monument (as long as the weather is bad!), and decode Dawrs Door Vlaanderen.

Those Damn Yankees

American Tirreno-Adriatico finishers:

  • Andrew Talansky (Garmin): 17th
  • Ben King (Garmin): 21st
    • 8th in Points competition
    • 7th in Mountains competition
    • 5th in Young Rider competition

American Paris-Nice finishers:

  • Peter Stetina (BMC): 46th
  • Alex Howes (Garmin): 51st
  • Matt Busche (Trek): 55th

American Milan-Sanremo finishers:

  • Kiel Riejnan (UHC): 77th (read his blog about the race here)
  • Chris Jones (UHC): 109th
  • Lucas Euser (UHC): DNF

 


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Episode 74: #Tirreno, #ParisNice and Hypocracy!

We wrap up Paris-Nice, talk about how AMAZING Contador is at Tirreno-Adriatico, and marvel at the GALL of Steve Johnson (Lance Armstrong’s buddy and USA Cycling President) asking US cyclists to cooperate with CIRC.


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Episode 73: Name Butchers

After talking about Strade Bianche, Roma Maxima (that’s a race??), and Paris-Nice, we argue about whether Farrar is too nice to be a good sprinter and decide to pay more attention to UnitedHeathCare team! The Damn Yankees corner mostly features lots of name-butchering and Anna invites Craig Lewis to ‘get in touch.’ Also, who’s interested in a cycling dating show??


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Episode 72: #OHN, #KBK, and those Damn Yankees!

We recap Omloop Het Niewsblad and Kuurne Brussels Kuurne. We AGAIN spend a lot of time talking about Sky, Bradley Wiggins and EBH. And we introduce our new segment: The Yankees Corner! This week we feature Tejay Van Garderen [VeloNews interview] and Andrew Talansky [CyclingNews interview].


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Episode 71: It’s a CIRC(us)!

Peter Stetina wants to modernize cycling, we spend way too long talking about the UCI’s CIRC, and cackle at Fabian wishing Brad “good luck!” at Paris-Roubaix! Also, lots of races (Oman, Qatar, Algarve, Andalucia).


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Episode 70: Dubai, Phinney, Qatar, Paris-Nice

We speculate on Taylor Phinney’s future, wonder if Tony Martin is a whiner, decide we like the 4 day stage races, and can’t wait for the new Paris-Nice route! Also, if Wiggins and Fabian went head to head at Paris-Roubaix, who would win?

Tour of Dubai!

Paris-Nice!


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Episode 69: Horner, Sanchez, Dubai, Wiggins

In lieu of clever titles (which are hard!), we’re now just listing what the podcast is about, ha. This week, we’re all about about the Tour de France taking the first step to giving women their own Tour, Horner and Sanchez’s new teams, the Tour of Dubai and its grand aspiration, and discuss everything to be learned in Bradley Wiggins’ autobiography. Good times!


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