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Lance Armstrong presents a singular perspective on the world’s most iconic cycling races, including the Tour de France and the Classics, as well as the broader endurance sports scene. Not your typical cycling or sports podcast, THEMOVE brings listeners deep inside the racing action, imparting insights from someone who knows the suffering and splendor like no one else. In addition to course previews and timely race analysis from Armstrong’s distinct point of view, the audience also gets to he ...
 
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This week is all fun and games. Tim and Spencer play a heated round of Goose or Bike, Matt and Spencer slug it out in cycling Jeopardy and we get a message from our favorite time traveling listener. Plus we check in at SRP alumni corner. This podcast is supported by the generous and amazing donors to the Wide Angle Podium Network. You still have ti…
 
This week the inside on scoop on how Tim's 200-mile ride went. But fear not dear listener this won't just be Tim's biased take on where and when he imploded. We have special guest and professional Tim fact checker Keith Richards on to keep him honest. Plus, championship belts, great emails and Geoff plays chess. This podcast is supported by the gen…
 
This week we come riding into 2022 with a full episode of our regular nonsense. Tim rides his new bike over a very big knife, Matt takes some of Tim's advice and Spencer rides the trainer? Plus, a new game!! This podcast is supported by the generous and amazing donors to the Wide Angle Podium Network. You still have time to pick yourself up the fir…
 
It's been one hell of a year in cycling, and women's cycling is taking the stage (finally). From the inaugural (and muddy) Roubaix, to major comebacks and impressive wins at the Olympics to the persistence of many to push for equality in the sport. To say women's cycling had a big year is an understatement. Olympian Mari Holden and the Queen of Gra…
 
It's been one hell of a year in cycling! From unsuspected comebacks to rogue fans causing an internationally recognized moment in cycling, broken records, new peaks in athletic achievement across disciplines and long-standing legends at the top of the sport coming out on top, yet again. THEMOVE crew breaks down the top moments of 2021, and to no on…
 
This week we close out 2021 by opening some amazing audio gifts. World Cups, Taco Bell featuring Lemond from 1990 and we rank our top 5 moments of the year. All on borrowed Wi-Fi. This podcast is supported by the generous and amazing donors to the Wide Angle Podium Network. You still have time to pick yourself up the first EVER official SRP merch a…
 
This week we have a brief chat about Nationals, snowy world cups and who made the unbound cut. We discuss Legion, Patrick's new team and the benefits of disclaimers in journalism. Plus, an amazing email that finally answers the question the whole nation has been asking, are there any railbike shirts from 1995 left in stock? This podcast is supporte…
 
This week we talk about Wout is happening in cx, both Euro and North America. Spencer tells us about Dr. Seuss, Tim begs for presents and Matt finds some amazing wheels. Plus we learn that two of us don't understand how Family Feud works. This podcast is supported by the generous and amazing donors to the Wide Angle Podium Network and Find us, and …
 
This week we debate whether Lifetime is saving or ruining American cycling with their new series. We name at least 11 or so of the pro men who might compete while Tim names the eventual women's winner. Plus we spend a lot of Time talking cleats. This podcast is supported by the generous and amazing donors to the Wide Angle Podium Network. You still…
 
This week we sort of kind of apologize to the UK, use our amazing American knowledge of Euro geography to become cycling super agents and read some great emails. Plus we answer the age old question what was Spencer's favorite bike of all time ever ever. This podcast is supported by the generous and amazing donors to the Wide Angle Podium Network an…
 
This week a couple folks get fired and then rehired, a bike gets stolen and then found, and Wout finally gets in the NFT game. All the rail bike and aquatic/house bike emails you crave with a small amount of LvdH on the side. This podcast is supported by the generous and amazing donors to the Wide Angle Podium Network and The poddy is also supporte…
 
This week we celebrate Halloween with our annual candy ranking of the men's pro tour. Who's the Butterfinger and who are the Nerds? Plus Matt tries to buy a Magnesium bike and we talk Koppenberg cx. This podcast is supported by the generous and amazing donors to the Wide Angle Podium Network. The poddy is also supported by Grimpeur Bros. Specialty …
 
This week we realize we've spent an entire year of Sundays doing this silly show. We recap a bit of the Men's road season, debate if streaming matters and Snooker corner. Plus we put New Zealand on blast. This podcast is supported by the generous and amazing donors to the Wide Angle Podium Network and The poddy is also supported by Hammerhead. For …
 
This week we are all back together to discuss all the cyclocross, sell off our Nexthash shares and find out what the kids think about EF's 2022 lineup. Plus a great email with a exciting E bike racing proposal. This podcast is supported by the generous and amazing donors to the Wide Angle Podium Network and The poddy is also supported by Hammerhead…
 
Echamos un primer vistazo a las diferentes etapas del Tour de Francia del próximo año que se anunciaron hoy en París y analizamos las dificultades y desafíos de la ruta. El Tour 2022 Masculino comienza en Copenhague y permanece en Dinamarca durante las primeras 3 etapas, antes de viajar al norte de Francia. La primera semana será principalmente lla…
 
The Tour de France for women is back, and it was about time. We had the chance to see this new course over 8 stages which will be contested by 22 teams, and what a nice competition it will be starting in Paris on the 24th of July next year. After some flat stages, the race will tackle a difficult stage over white gravel roads, then some hillier sta…
 
We take a first glimpse at the different stages of next year’s Tour de France which were announced yesterday in Paris and analyze the difficulties and challenges of the route. The Tour 2022 starts in Copenhagen and stays in Denmark for the first 3 stages, before traveling to the North of France. The first week will be mainly flat but very stressful…
 
This week Matt and Spencer hold down the fort while Tim is away. We talk Italian Monuments, World cup wins and break some news from Sea Otter. Don't worry dear listener, Tim will be back with all the World cup dirt next week. This podcast is supported by the generous and amazing donors to the Wide Angle Podium Network. The poddy is also supported b…
 
Today the monument classics end with the “race of the falling leaves”, the Giro di Lombardia. We were privileged to watch a real cycling spectacle with a battle amongst almost all the big names in the international peloton. With 35kms to go, double Tour de France winner Tadej Pogaçar attacked, and none of the other strongmen had a response to this …
 
Hoy se acaba la temporada de las grandes clásicas con “la carrera de las hojas muertas”, el Giro di Lombardia. Pudimos asistir a un espectáculo de ciclismo con una lucha entre casi todos los grandes nombres del pelotón internacional. A 35kms del final atacó el doble ganador del Tour de Francia Tadej Pogaçar, y ninguno de los otros hombres fuertes t…
 
This week we discuss Paris-Roubaix Paris-Roubaix Paris-Roubaix Paris-Roubaix and karma. Plus a great #dadcorner email and the shortest Italian classics update ever. This podcast is supported by the generous and amazing donors to the Wide Angle Podium Network. The poddy is also supported by Grimpeur Bros. Specialty Coffee! Our custom WAP roasts are …
 
Por primera vez en más de 2 años, tuvimos el placer de volver a ver esta clásica épico, solo que esta vez en octubre en lugar de su fecha habitual en abril. La lluvia pronosticada lo hizo aún más dramático, ya que todos los 55 km de adoquines estaban cubiertos de barro. Después de 258 km, tres corredores lucharon en un sprint en el icónico velódrom…
 
For the first time in over 2 years, we had the pleasure to watch this epic classic again, only this time in October instead of April. The predicted rainfall made it even more dramatic, as all of the 55kms of cobblestones were covered in mud. After 258kms, three riders battled it out in a sprint on the iconic velodrome of Roubaix, and it was Europea…
 
En este episodio de La Movida, analizamos la victoria del francés Julian Alaphilippe quien repite el título mundial del año pasado. Fue el corredor más fuerte de la carrera, sin lugar a duda, independientemente de las estrategias de los otros equipos nacionales como Bélgica, Italia y Dinamarca, quienes eran los claros favoritos antes de empezar la …
 
This week we have a very exciting show for you with all three hosts! We talk about all of the world champs, even the parts Tim would rather skip, marvel at the UCi being so behind the times and find a new way to become world champs. Plus #dadcorner. This podcast is supported by the generous and amazing donors to the Wide Angle Podium Network. The p…
 
In a very special edition of TheMove - recorded from our WEDŪ Camp in Mallorca, Spain, Johan joins Lance & George in person for the first time to talk about the 2021 World Champs. The crew walks through the tough course, Alaphilippe's impressive performance to keep the rainbow jersey for another year, and the disappointment for the Belgians' on hom…
 
With our 360th episode we've finally come full circle on the podcast and in doing so ejected Matt's recording into the unknown. But have no fear because even with the technical snafu we discuss worlds, world cups and dig into one of the greatest emails we have ever received. This podcast is supported by the generous and amazing donors to the Wide A…
 
This week we talk about the upcoming World champs and why Italy would be a great place to visit in early October. Tim brings us to Conspiracy Corner, Matt brings us to fact town and Spencer is back. This podcast is supported by the generous and amazing donors to the Wide Angle Podium Network. The poddy is also supported by Grimpeur Bros. Specialty …
 
In today’s podcast, we wrap up the Vuelta a España and talk about what happened in the last week. Three stage wins for the Dane Magnus Cort Nielsen, three stage wins and the green points jersey for Fabio Jakobsen, the controversial abandon in stage 20 of Miguel Ángel “Superman” Lopez and the potential future consequences. But above all we are in aw…
 
This week we finish up the 2021 grand tour season by arguing about almost every part of the Vuelta. We agree about very little this week. It's definitely an Odd episode. This podcast is supported by the generous and amazing donors to the Wide Angle Podium Network. The poddy is also supported by Grimpeur Bros. Specialty Coffee! Our custom WAP roasts…
 
Última etapa de esta Vuelta a España y un mejor final de carrera hubiera sido imposible, puesto que el gran dominador de las 3 semanas, Primož Roglič, también fue el más fuerte en la prueba de contrarreloj, y puso de esta manera el broche de oro a su actuación magnífica. Enric Más y Jack Haig acompañaron al ciclista esloveno en el podium final en l…
 
Penúltima etapa de esta Vuelta y que etapa más loca hemos podido ver. Superman Lopez perdió el podium y abandonó la carrera en circunstancias contradictorias. La etapa fue ganada por el joven francés Clement Champoussin del equipo AG2R-Citroen y Primož Roglič se mostró el más fuerte de los demás favoritos y está a un día de ganar su tercera Vuelta …
 
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