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Ahead of the women’s CiCLE Classic this weekend- the first National A road race for 666 days – we are publishing two special episodes focusing on the race. In this first episode, we talk with the race’s reigning champion, Emily Nelson, who gives us an insight into what it takes to ride – and win – one of the UK’s most prestigious one-day women’s ra…
 
Stage 10 from San Vito al Tagliamento to Castelfranco Veneto was the last stage of this year’s edition of the U23 Giro and it ended on a high for British team Trinity Racing, to cap off an excellent race all round for the development set-up. As we predicted, the flat-ish parcours didn’t result in any real changes to the GC, but it didn’t give the s…
 
Stage 9. The last mountain stage, the penultimate stage of the race., and with only a flat final stage to come, this was the last opportunity for the GC riders to get one up on their nearest rivals, the last chance for the mountain goats to earn a potentially career-changing stage win. There were no killer gradients, no monstrous extreme altitude c…
 
Stage 8 already; where has the time gone? Just two stages left to go now and then it will time for some well-earned rest. The riders might need a lie down too. Anyway, with that terrible joke out of the way, let’s get stuck into the stage round-up. Stage 8 from Aprica to Andalo was another mountain stage, featuring 2300 metres of climbing. A good c…
 
Welcome to the latest episode of our Baby Giro Diaries! We're getting to the business end of the race now and stage 7 was one that appears to have been a decisive one in setting the GC pecking order for the remaining three stages. Taking the riders from Sondrio to Lago di Campo Moro, it was a short one at 120 kilometres, But it was also brutal, fea…
 
Welcome to our stage 6 Baby Giro diary episode. Six stages in, four to go, and still plenty of challenges ahead for our diarists to negotiate. Stage 6 from Bonferraro di Sorga to San Pellegrino Terme was the longest stage of the race at 177 kilometres. The first 144 of those were flat, until the peloton hit the 6% gradient, category 2 Selvino climb…
 
Welcome to episode five of our Baby Giro Diaries. If you’ve been listening to our previous episodes, you’ll know the crack by now. We give a short round-up of the day’s action and then you hear from our diarists Tom Gloag, Harrison Wood and Callum Ferguson for their reflections on how the day went. Stage 5 was arguably the toughest of the Baby Giro…
 
Welcome to stage 4 of our Baby Giro diary show, which comes after a great day for the Brits. As usual, we’ll bring you a short round-up of the day’s action, together with diary entries from Trinity Racing’s Tom Gloag, SEG Racing Academy’s Harrison Wood and Holdsworth-Zappi manager Callum Ferguson. Stage 4 was a pan flat 25-kilometre individual time…
 
Welcome to the third of our daily Baby Giro shows, bringing a round-up of the day’s action, together with diary entries from Tom Gloag, Harrison Wood and Holdsworth-Zappi. Stage 3 from Cesanatico-Cesanatico was 133 kilometres long and featured over 2000 metres of climbing. After a flat first 29 kilometres, the stage then included four categorised c…
 
Welcome to the second of our daily shows following this year’s U23 Giro d’Italia. After each stage, we are bringing you short round-ups of the day’s action, together with audio diaries from the British-registered Holdsworth-Zappi team, Trinity Racing’s Tom Gloag, and SEG Racing and Rayner Foundation rider Harrison Wood. Stage 2 from Riccione to Imo…
 
Welcome to the first of our daily shows following this year’s U23 Giro d’Italia, a race affectionately known as the Baby Giro. After each stage, we’ll be bringing you short round-ups of the day’s action, together with audio diaries from the British-registered Holdsworth-Zappi team, Trinity Racing’s Tom Gloag, and SEG Racing Academy’s Harrison Wood.…
 
Welcome to the The British Continental. In this episode, I’m pleased to bring you our latest catch-up with 19-year-old Lewis Askey, one of our under-23s to watch this season. Lewis rides for the Groupama-FDJ development team and, as regular listeners of this podcast will know, we’re checking in with him throughout the season to see how his year pro…
 
Today’s episode features an interview with 25-year-old Max Stedman. Max is a climber by trade, an asset that last year helped him to win the early-season Tour of Antalya and break the British Everesting record in September. Max currently rides for Tim Elverson’s Canyon dhb SunGod squad. In fact, Max has ridden for Elverson since he was a second jun…
 
Today’s episode features our latest catch-up with young super-talent Lewis Askey, one of the ten male riders on our recently published list of under-23s to watch this season. Just 19 years old, and now into his second year at under-23 level, Lewis rides for the Groupama-FDJ development team. As regular listeners of this podcast will know, Lewis is …
 
In this episode, we chat to Joss Lowden. Joss is a relatively recent convert to cycling. As she explains in this interview, she didn’t even really like cycling for quite some time, only getting into it after suffering a running injury. A cycling trip to Mallorca in 2016 made her rethink her dislike of the sport. And not long after she bought a TT b…
 
We’re really pleased to bring you what we believe is another very special episode. It’s an in-depth interview with Trinity Racing’s Tom Gloag, a rider who we have rated for some time now as one of the best under-23 British riders yet to turn pro. Readers of our website will already know that we’ve long-lauded Tom’s potential. As a junior, for examp…
 
We’re really pleased to bring you what is perhaps the most fascinating podcast interview we’ve done so far. It’s a conversation with 25-year-old Scottish cyclist Mark Stewart. Mark has ridden for the Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling team since 2019 and, until last year, had been a long-term member of Great Britain’s track squad. Over the years he has pr…
 
Our latest episode is with former junior Paris-Roubaix winner Lewis Askey. In our opinion, Lewis is one of the brightest under-23 prospects around. Just 19 years old, and now into his second year at under-23 level, Lewis rides for the Continental-level Groupama-FDJ development team, along with new signing Joe Pidcock, younger brother of Tom. The te…
 
Welcome to the first episode of series 3 of The British Continental podcast! The juggle of homeschooling and childcare over the last few weeks has delayed our return to podcasting here at British Conti HQ but we are back at last. In our first episode, we’re going to take you back in time a little to two interviews we recorded just before Christmas.…
 
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