As the winner of last week's debate, Dane squares off against Shoddy. The topic: best men's 2020/21 World Tour transfer. Who made the better argument? Vote for yourself here.
Jose joins the podcast to discuss the final round of the cyclocross World Cup.
For Nerd Alert, James is not convinced by Taya's new rollerless chain.
After briefly discussing the impact Brexit is having on the cycling industry in an earlier episode of the CyclingTips podcast, Shoddy, Abby, and Ronan do a bit of a deeper dive into Brexit and bikes.
First, Ronan spoke with Tony Connelly, European Editor for RTÉ News and Current Affairs, to go over the nuts and bolts of the situation.
Next, Shoddy caught up with Joe Laverick, CyclingTips contributor and professional cyclist for Hagens Berman AXEON, who is currently navigating how he will get to Europe to race.
And finally, Ronan talked to Myles McCorry of Galibier, a cycling clothing brand out of Northern Ireland, to see how the new rules have impacted business.
This week on the Freewheeling Podcast Abby talked with Ashleigh Moolman Pasio, professional cyclist for SD Worx and the first-ever esports cycling world champion, about everything from her ever-evolving cycling retreat Rocacorba Cycling, the future of esports, and being teammates with current world champion Anna van der Breggen.
Listen to the full episode on the Freewheeling Podcast, wherever podcasts are found.
In this week's CyclingTips podcast, Dane breaks down the news and Abby chats with Annemiek van Vleuten about her first Team Movistar team camp and her thoughts on 2021.
With James off for the day, Shoddy is handed the reigns to Nerd Alert leading to a discussion of what kind of stationary bike Joe Biden should bring to the White House.
This week also marks the start of a new segment on the podcast, a debate! Dane Cash and Caley Fretz square off to determine which Grand Tour in 2021 will be the most exciting.
In this week's CyclingTips Podcast, Dane is back to go over all the news surrounding Marc Hirschi's move to UAE Team Emirates plus the news regarding the continued conversations around Wout van Aert's future contract, Trek-Segafredo and Bahrain Victorious Grand Tour rosters, and Team Cofidis's plan for a women's team.
For a special Nerd Alert segment, James spoke with Sonya Lunder, the Toxics Policy Advisor for the Sierra Club, about PFAS.
We are back with another episode of the CyclingTips Podcast! With Dane sitting out this episode Abby takes over the news segment (don't worry, it's only temporary). José breaks down all the cyclocross that happened over the holidays, and James discusses the impact of Brexit on the bike industry in the U.K.