In this episode, we discuss (what else) Tom Boonen’s rampant victory in Paris-Roubaix against a field of nobodies (if you believe certain cycling fans and/or Roger de Vlaeminck).
We discuss the Ardennes Classics & chuck out some rash (but not really that rash!) predictions for Liege – Bastogne – Liege.
We bring you some audio from the Scottish Bike Show, including Mike Jardine, the organiser of the Fort William World Cup, who has kindly offered 2 pairs of full-access weekend tickets as a prize for lucky pod listeners. For a chance to win said tickets, leave a nicely worded comment below & we will undertake a random draw in the next episode.
We also chatted to Mark at Singletrack Magazine who gave us the low-down on the exciting changes in the look and feel of the magazine. Finally, we caught up with the company that produce Gary’s favourite bit of bike-cleaning kit, Purple Harry.
In mountain biking news, we wrap up the frites-fest that was Houffalize and bring you news of the first ever World Cup Cross Country Eliminator, making sure to gratuitously drop the name Tracy Moseley wherever possible!
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Tags: Ardennes Classics, Boonen, cycling, Fort William World Cup, Houffalize, mountain bike, Paris-Roubaix, Purple Harry, Scottish Bike Show, Singletrack Magazine, Tracy Moseley