For the final episode of 2021 the CyclingTips podcast crew hand out awards to the best riders of 2021, the most exciting race, the biggest disappointments, etc. All judged by James.
For the Nerd Nugget James picks some interesting or disappointing tech from 2021.
This week on the CyclingTips podcast...
Dylan Groenewegen left Team Jumbo-Visma with one year left on his contract to join Team BikeExchange. Burger King will sponsor Italian ProTeam Eolo-Kometa in 2022. And an anti-trans group protested at the USA Cyclocross National Championships.
The latest round of the cyclocross World Cup was held in snow-covered Val di Sole. Could it help their bid to be an Olympic sport in the future?
We discuss Patrick Lefevere and his recent announcement that he would sponsor NXTG, a U23 women's team, via his company Experza.
Nathan Haas chats about his departure from road racing for a future on gravel.
Mark Cavendish finally set pen to paper for the 2022 season while Team DSM is down another rider.
For Nerd Nugget, James talks about possible e-bike incentives if the Build Back Better bill actually gets passed, and how it might have real effects on bicycle commuting in the United States.
This episode is brought to you in partnership with Wahoo. As always, we ask anything we want.