The Bradley Wiggins Show by Eurosport

The Bradley Wiggins Show by Eurosport

By Eurosport

Join Sir Brad, Graham Willgoss and special guests for unrivalled insight into the year’s biggest races, plus hot topics from the world of cycling.

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Episodes

What a Tour, but cycling’s attempt at anti-racism solidarity... pathetic

Bradley Wiggins was blunt in his assessment of cycling’s attempted show of solidarity with anti-racism sentiments at the start of the final stage of the Tour de France: pathetic. The 2012 Tour de France winner feels that cycling missed its opportunity to make a meaningful contribution to the conversation, and does not hold out much hope for more activism within the sport. Elsewhere, there is warm praise for Sam Bennett and Tadej Pogacar, and a reminder that the 2020 UCI Road World Championships next is weekend. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/09/207m 14s

The biggest upset in sporting history? Pogacar's stunning Tour win changes everything

Where do we start after one of the most remarkable days in Tour de France history?Well, how about with Tadej Pogacar, the utterly brilliant 21-year-old who will be crowned Tour de France winner in Paris on Sunday after blowing Primoz Roglic out of the water on Saturday's Stage 20 time trial up La Planche des Belles Filles.Was this the biggest upset in sport? Brad and Graham discuss what could be a true changing of the guard moment for cycling and reflect on Roglic's remarkable collapse as he fell apart in the penultimate stage.How did Jumbo-Visma end up without the yellow jersey despite barely putting a foot wrong? Maybe because Pogacar is a talent who could be ushering in a very special 10 or 15 years, and maybe there was an element of complacency at play...There's also a mention for Richie Porte after he clinched a place on the podium in the Tour de France which he missed the birth of his second child to race in.And finally, Orla Chennaoui catches up with Mark Cavendish and revisits that incredible day in 2012 when Brad wore yellow into Paris and set up Cav to win the final sprint. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
19/09/2028m 23s

Enough is enough: cycling must address its racism problem

The Tour de France takes a back seat today as Brad and Graham instead react to an interview Kevin Reza, the only black cyclist at the Tour, gave to Orla Chennaoui on Eurosport.You can watch Reza discuss cycling's painful lack of response to the Black Lives Matter movement, and why he doesn't expect any "revolt from the peloton", here in an interview which Brad had to walk out on first time round because he found it so sad: https://bit.ly/3hE3gNmTo discuss cycling's problem with race, we invited Mani Arthur of the Black Cyclists Network back to the show. At a time when seemingly every other major sport has acknowledged Black Lives Matter, we look at why cycling has failed to do so, and the impact even a superficial gesture could have at a societal level.We look at what to do next, and invite any riders in the peloton who feel strongly about this issue to get in touch. This is not something that we can, or should, let drop. Change has to come now.You can follow the Black Cyclists Network on Twitter at @BCNTweet or on Instagram at @blackcyclistsnetwork See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/09/2032m 6s

Kwiatkowski a class act | Phenomenal Van Aert will win a Tour

The Ineos Grenadiers finally have something to be happy about with a maiden Grand Tour stage win for Poland's Michal Kwiatkowski ahead of teammate Richard Carapaz on the third and final day in the Alps.Brad, who is again joined by Graham Willgoss, reacts to the Ineos celebrations and also gives a strong response to Jumbo-Visma boss Richard Plugge telling Eurosport's Orla Chennaoui he is '90-95% sure Primoz Roglic will win this Tour'.But it is Wout van Aert who really excites Brad, and he believes the Belgian superstar can win a Tour de France title of his own who is a hot property in cycling that many teams would like to lure away. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
17/09/2014m 26s

What's gone wrong at dysfunctional Ineos, and Jumbo deserve Tour victory

Brad is joined by Graham Willgoss at a different pub today to take in the drama of the Queen Stage as Miguel Angel Lopez climbed to a stunning victory on the Col de la Loze in the Alps.Primoz Roglic finished second to extend his overall lead in the general classification, with third-place Tadej Pogacar settling for the polka dot jersey, and the guys believe it would be a deserved Tour triumph for Jumbo-Visma.But it is the strange situation at Ineos which really gets Brad going as he reflects on the apparent dysfunction under Dave Brailsford this season. He believes they quite simply have too many chiefs at the moment, and clearly not all is well at the team. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/09/2029m 58s

Victorious Kamna sets the standard for young riders | Pogacar can’t take yellow... Yet

Brad is joined by Brian Smith after Bora-Hansgrohe’s Lennard Kamna powered to victory on Stage 16.They discuss the former junior world time trial champion’s decision to take a six-month break from the sport and his emergence as the standard bearer for other young riders.Elsewhere, Smith sees a brutal Stage 17 summit finish on Col de la Loze as perfect for Egan Bernal to claim a stage win after his GC travails.It is a stage that could see Tadej Pogačar attack but his lack of team support means the Slovenian national time trial champion would be ill-advised to make a play for yellow this early in the Tour, the pair agree. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/09/2010m 49s

If this was football, Dave B could be out - and Orla speaks to Froome

On the second rest day, Brad and Graham discuss the GC picture and how if this was the high-pressure world of football management, Dave Brailsford might be facing some awkward questions over the performance of Ineos.We also look ahead to the final week of the Tour, with Brad unsure whether Tadej Pogacar can maintain the stunning level of performance which has seen him move second on GC, 40 seconds behind leader Primoz Roglic.And finally, Orla Chennaoui interviews Chris Froome at length about Tirreno-Adriatico, watching the Tour from afar and why it was the team's decision not to take him to France, even though Froome felt he "could have played a role." See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/09/2017m 6s

How Yellow changed my life pt. 2 | Bernal blows up as Ineos get it horribly wrong

Egan Bernal was the "big loser" on Stage 15 of the Tour de France as he lost over seven minutes to Primoz Roglic, dropping out of the top 10 on GC after cracking on the Grand Colombier.Brad says it's now clear that Ineos made a mistake by not taking Geraint Thomas to the Tour and that Dave Brailsford's team have got things "horribly wrong" at the Tour this year, bringing an end to nearly a decade of dominance in cycling's biggest race.Jumbo-Visma looked in incredible shape again with Wout van Aert setting a fearsome tempo on the final climb to continue his incredible Tour.Racing ins and outs aside, we also have part two of how the Yellow Jersey changed my life, as Brad delves deep again, picking up the tale following his historic 2012 Tour de France win which we covered in last Friday's podcast.Brad discusses what came after 2012, as he struggled to cope with fame and lost focus, resulting in what even he describes as an "embarrasing" Giro in 2013.There are also reflections on the frustration of having to act almost as a spokesman for the sport after the Lance Armstrong revelations when all he wanted to do was focus on riding, and how Team Sky came to see him as an unreliable team member, not picking him for the Tour de France.Brad describes how he had to hit "rock bottom to climb again" and reflects on how his own mental health issues manifested during a difficult time in his life.It's another fascinating insight - please let us know what you think and rate and review us on your podcast platform of choice. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/09/2053m 59s

Sagan battles back for green, Sunweb stormer lights up Tour

Brad is joined by Graham Willgoss at the pub to chew over Stage 14 of the Tour de France as the inspired Soren Kragh Andersen won his first stage to continue a brilliant week for Team Sunweb, while Primoz Roglic retained the race lead.Peter Sagan has come back fighting since his relegation earlier in the Tour and Brad says he has ignited the race with his battling spirit. Will the battle for the green jersey go down to the wire? He thinks it will.Brad believes the upcoming stages will suit Egan Bernal, so can he launch a famous recovery to overhaul Roglic and Jumbo-Visma? He thinks it is shaping up to be a vintage finale of the Tour. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
12/09/2017m 2s

Time running out for Ineos but Bernal not done yet, while Brits dominate elsewhere

Brad is joined by Graham Willgoss to reflect on a classic Tour de France stage in the volcanic countryside which saw Romain Bardet and Guillaume Martin crash out of the top 10 after a day to forget for the host nation.Time is now running out quickly for the Ineos Grenadiers, Brad believes, with Egan Bernal showing the first signs of cracking under pressure while Jumbo-Visma continue to look dominant. But Bernal is not out of it, and Brad picks out a few reasons why he should not be completely discounted just yet.Elsewhere, Simon Yates and Geraint Thomas have been producing some promising performances at Tirreno-Adriatico in what could bode very well for the upcoming Giro d’Italia. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/09/2026m 58s

Marc Hirschi breaks to claim Tour redemption, while the battle for the Green Jersey is far from over

Today Brad is all on his lonesome but that doesn't mean he's anything less than 100% committed when it comes to analysing another intriguing stage of the Tour de France. Stage 12 saw 22-year-old Marc Hirschi emerge victorious at the third attempt in this year's race.For Brad Hirschi "rides with the confidence of someone who has been a professional for ten years" and he doesn't think the rising star is finished yet.As well as Brad's musings on Hirschi's victory we also hear from Fabian Cancellara, who Brad calls one of the best time-trialists of his generation, as he spoke to Eurosport's Orla Chennaoui after the stage. At the age of 39 Cancellara has seen it all in cycling and he knows that there will be bad days ahead for his young team-mate. However, Thursday evening is not one of them and Cancellara was full of praise for the work his young colleague has put in as well as his positive attitude. As Cancellara says today Hirschi's "life has changed because he won a Tour de France stage during his first time competing in the race."There's also just enough time to touch on Peter Sagan picking up a few points to narrow the gap in the race for the Green Jersey before Brad looks forward Stage 13 on Friday and he is predicting some fireworks in the GC. And as a little bonus treat Orla caught up with another rising superstar, Great Britain's Tom Pidcock, after he won the baby Giro. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/09/2011m 0s

In defence of Sagan, and questions over G's Ineos future

There was controversy on Stage 11 of the Tour de France as Peter Sagan was relegated for a barge on Wout van Aert in a thrilling sprint finish in Poitiers, won by Caleb Ewan.Despite coming under fire from other riders in the peloton, and notably Van Aert, Brad explains why Sagan did nothing dangerous and how his actions have been misinterpreted.Sagan's punishment means Sam Bennett is now the big favourite to claim the green jersey but Brad says Sagan can't be discounted and, like Michael Jordan, he may just be fuelled by this perceived injustice.In a fascinating segment, Brad also talks to Sean Kelly about Bennett's Tour so far, and when the King won his first Tour stage in Poitiers, 42 years ago...And finally, Brad and Graham discuss Gregor Muhlberger having to abandon while ill, and what questions Tirreno-Adriatico is throwing up about the future of Geraint Thomas. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/09/2038m 19s

Brilliant Bennett back in green, “Brailsford’s decision to bench G will bite him in the backside”

Brad is joined by 'The Coach', Brian Smith, to reflect on Sam Bennett's stunning triumph on Stage 10 of the Tour de France.In what was a 'phenomenal' day for Ireland, the guys jump on the pod after celebrating Bennett taking the green jersey with the legendary Sean Kelly.Also, will Dave Brailsford regret not including Geraint Thomas in the Ineos team when Egan Bernal and the team hit the mountains in week three? Brian certainly thinks so, and Thomas is being badly missed with Jumbo-Visma taking full advantage. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
08/09/2010m 36s

Rest days, routines and how Brad ended up on the front page of L'Equipe

It's the first rest day of the Tour de France so how will race leader Primoz Roglic be feeling?Brad and Graham discuss how the dynamic of the race changes after the first rest day of the TourBrad reflects on how Sky tried to maintain their routine during rest days, even doing up to three or four hours of riding.And we also look at how different riders approach rest days See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/207m 0s

Hirschi’s heartbreak, Roglic roars into yellow, and why Brad won’t be giving G advice

Graham and Brad reflect on a memorable Stage 9 which saw Marc Hirschi mount a solo breakaway for 90km and then contest the final sprint, only to be beaten in heartbreaking fashion by about a metre by Tadej Pogacar and Primoz Roglic.There's words of praise for his heroic effort, but are we looking at a potential Slovenian one-two in Paris with Pogacar and Roglic looking in fine form?Roglic is now looking supreme in yellow for Jumbo-Visma after taking the race lead from Adam Yates, but Egan Bernal's fourth place on Stage 9 showed he is still in with a strong shout on GC for Ineos.There's also debate over what the future holds for Fabio Aru following his unexpected abandon today.Brad also pays tribute to Nico Portal on the day the Tour visited Pau. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
06/09/2025m 18s

Alaphilippe’s bizarre attack and is it all over for Pinot?

Graham and Brad sit down after a bonkers Stage 8 of the Tour de France to discuss a truly bizarre attack from Julian Alaphillipe, the wheels coming off for Thibaut Pinot and Adam Yates staying in yellow for another day after battling over the ‘British climb’.But it's whilst Brad thinks Yates can win the whole damn thing there are plenty of other contenders for the yellow jersey, not least Primoz Roglic, who Brad says looks like the most impressive of the bunch thus far, while we should keep an eye out for Nairo Quintana.Pinot won't be one of them after a terrible day and Brad ponders whether a change of scenery might help the Frenchman. Pinot's compatriot Alaphilippe meanwhile, remains as difficult to figure out as ever!Also we've got a special bonus as EF Education First rider Hugh Carthy jumps on the pod to discuss how he's finding the Tour and whether one day he might end up having a dig at a stage win. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
05/09/2013m 59s

How the Yellow Jersey changed my life: Brad reflects on fame, adversity and the highs and lows of taking Yellow

Brad and Graham find a pub to talk over a barnstorming Stage 7 of the Tour de France, which saw Wout van Aert take a thrilling second sprint victory, Sagan go Green and Yates hang on to Yellow on a day crosswinds tore the peloton to pieces. There’s more admiration for Alaphilippe the aggressor; and has the first week broken Ineos, or are they just warming up?Brad also reflects on how winning the Tour changed his life forever, magnified his insecurities and drove a desperation to be different that deflected from what he did best on the track and the road. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
04/09/2042m 52s

Yates not getting credit he deserves, Ineos make a statement

Graham, Brad and Dan sit down to break apart Stage 6, which saw Alexey Lutsenko solo to victory and Adam Yates retain the yellow jersey.But is Yates getting the credit he deserves, and the focus he merits, back home in Britain?Meanwhile, Brad enjoyed seeing Ineos stop "dithering", in the words of Dave Brailsford, and stamp their authority on the peloton. Also we've got a bonus segment for you as Orla Chennaoui interviews the sensational Annemiek van Vleuten about the prospect of a women's Tour de France, and her big move to Movistar. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
03/09/2020m 32s

Yates takes yellow, but did Alaphilippe lose it on purpose?

Graham and Brad are joined by Brian Smith and Sean Kelly after a Stage 5 which started slowly, continued in that vein, and then had the most explosive of endings.Did Julian Alaphilippe lose the yellow jersey on purpose? That's Brad's theory after a bottle penalty docked him 20 seconds and installed Adam Yates as the GC leader.The team also reflect on a quite stunning win for Wout van Aert, reserve praise for Sepp Kuss, and wonder what the Ineos masterplan is...Brad also recalls his famous 190km solo break in 2007, and also the dispiriting moment when his Cofids team pulled out of the Tour after a team-mate failed a doping test, leading Brad to throw away his kit in disgust. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/09/2040m 28s

Jumbo-Visma's formidable Stage 4, but a 'weird' day for Ineos

In Tuesday's bonus episode, Dan Lloyd joins Brad to pull apart a Stage 4 that saw Jumbo-Visma in imperious form as Primoz Roglic won in the first summit finish of the 2020 Tour de France.Does Roglic have any weaknesses, and can he be stopped this year?We also look more closely at why Ineos look a bit 'weird', and the way the team has transformed in so many ways over the past 18 months.And Orla Chennaoui speaks to Bahrain-McLaren boss Rod Ellingworth. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/09/2015m 52s

Ewan stars on Stage 3; why Ineos can't win like they used to

In the first of our Tour de France bonus episodes, there's no Graham as he's working at the owl sanctuary so Brad's on presenting duties as we reflect on a Stage 3 which saw a stunning sprint finish from Caleb Ewan.Brian Smith and John Herety are Brad's guests as the team discuss the new approach of Ineos. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
31/08/2012m 31s

Alaphilippe lights up Stage 2, and can Yates take yellow?

After Julian Alaphilippe's Stage 2 win in Nice, Brad and Graham are joined by seven-time Paris-Nice winner Sean Kelly to break down the Frenchman's triumph, and those emotional scenes after the race.Meanwhile, Adam Yates made the podium and ahead of his move to Ineos, could the Brit make a play for yellow in the coming days?The team also assess Peter Sagan's form after two stages and his chances of winning another green jersey, and delve into how the GC teams are shaping up. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
30/08/2028m 16s

Crashes and chaos on Stage 1, and it's time for a women's Tour

The delayed Tour de France got off to a chaotic start on Saturday with crashes galore on Stage 1 thanks to a deluge of rain around Nice.Graham and Brad are joined by Joanna Rowsell to reflect on Alexander Kristoff's win, and a brilliant day's work for Lizzie Deignan at La Course.But should there be a full women's Tour?The team also discuss the Olympics, the risks involved in racing and all the other big storylines on day one. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29/08/2039m 35s

Brailsford’s Tour selection bombshell, Cav out - all the reaction in our Tour preview

Brad and Graham preview every aspect of the 2020 Tour de France.Brad has the inside track on the news that Mark Cavendish will once again miss out on competing at the Tour, while giving an in-depth analysis of the shock exclusion of Chris Froome and Geraint Thomas from the Ineos Grenadiers team.We also hear from Orla Chennaoui on how the coverage of the Tour will differ in the age of Coronavirus, and the fallout from Brailsford’s decision.  The Bradley Wiggins Show is produced by Pete Burton. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/08/2041m 44s

Julian Alaphilippe can't win a Grand Tour, and relief after Remco Evenepoel crashes out of Il Lombardia

Bradley Wiggins and host Graham Willgoss are joined by GCN's Dan Lloyd and fan favourite, Matt Stephens.There are unfortunately more crashes to discuss after Il Lombardia favourite Remco Evenepoel crashed off a bridge, while Maximilian Schachmann was taken out by a public car on the race route. However, Matt comes to the defence of the race organisers.There’s more on Fabio Jakobsen’s recovery and Brad tells of his correspondence with Dylan Groenewegen this week, and how much his support means to the Dutch rider.The team cover every aspect of The Criterium du Dauphine, including Jumbo Visma’s ‘crazy’ depth, Ineos’ disappointing showing and Julian Alaphilippe’s unlikely Grand Tour future.The guys also tackle the harsh truths on the fragility of the 2020 cycling season.The Bradley Wiggins Show is produced by Pete Burton. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
17/08/2037m 44s

Jakobsen’s horror crash means sprinting must change; have Jumbo-Visma’s big guns outstripped Ineos?

Bradley Wiggins and Graham Willgoss are joined by cycling presenter, broadcaster and commentator Laura Winter.The Dylan Groenewegen and Fabio Jakobsen crash is analysed with sprinting tactics, the UCI and the Tour of Poland organisers all coming into the crosshairs of Brad and the team.Cycling’s other major talking points are discussed, including: Have Jumbo-Visma overtaken Team Ineos as the GC powerhouse of the sport? Can Chris Froome’s fairytale comeback materialise? Is the Egan Bernal and Primoz Roglic rivalry the future of cycling’s GC battles? And is Annemiek van Vleuten’s dominance of women’s cycling a good or bad thing?Be sure to follow Laura Winter on Twitter @lauracwinterThe Bradley Wiggins Show is presented by Graham Willgoss and produced by Pete Burton. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/08/2059m 8s

Who is Bradley Wiggins? Brad opens up on the man he has become at 40

Answering the best ‘ask Brad’ yet from Mani Arthur, founder of the Black Cyclists Network, Brad talks about the changing perception people have of him. From the foul-mouthed insecure rider to the sociable champion of mental health.From the veil of celebrity and the pitfalls of it to regaining his love for cycling with Eurosport. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
05/08/2013m 58s

Cycling makes spectacular return while Froome move shows he’s serious about fifth Tour

Brad is back with a bang as the pro peloton returns in some style at Strade Bianche.Brad is joined by Dan Lloyd of GCN and Mani Arthur, founder of the Black Cyclists Network, an inclusive group dedicated to breaking down barriers that exist in the world of Cycling and tackling the stark lack of diversity and representation in the sport, from grass roots all the way up to the elite level.We cover all the big news since our last episode, while Brad makes some bold predictions about Chris Froome, Egan Bernal and Geraint Thomas.Be sure to follow BCN on instagram @ blackcyclistsnetwork See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
03/08/2057m 7s

We're back! New episodes coming your way from Monday

As cycling returns, so does The Bradley Wiggins Show as season three resumes this coming Monday.Brad and Graham will be dissecting Strade Bianche, previewing a cycling season like no other, and catching up on all the big news during lockdown.The Bradley Wiggins Show will be bigger than ever in 2020, with successive episodes after Strade Bianche, Milan-Sanremo and Il Lombardia leading up to the Tour de France, when we will be serving up daily podcasts for the first time.Then we will be bringing you Brad's unique insight throughout the World Championships, Giro, all the Classics and finally the Vuelta, ending in November(!).It's going to be different, and possibly a little weird, but definitely brilliant. Join us throughout the (somehat delayed) 2020 season. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
30/07/201m 23s

Return to London 2012: The most important summer in British Cycling

In a special one-off bonus episode Bradley Wiggins joins Lizzie Deignan and host Orla Chennaoui as part of Eurosport’s ‘Return to London 2012 series’. Brad opens up like never before on every aspect of his games in a summer that redefined British sport. From riders letting down Mark Cavendish to having to ‘cruelly’ ignore his family to focus on gold.You can relive London 2012 in all its glory with exclusive interviews from Brad, Chris Hoy, Joanna Rowsell, Mo Farah, Greg Rutherford and many more here: https://www.eurosportplayer.com/sport/olympic-gamesThe Bradley Wiggins Show will be back soon, stay tuned! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
05/06/2042m 39s

Introducing Re-Cycle: Triumph to tragedy with Frank Vandenbroucke

Life in lockdown means we can't bring you any episodes with Brad right now, but why not take advantage of a prolonged break in the racing calendar to revisit some of the great tales from the peloton's past?There are over 20 episodes of Re-Cycle, Eurosport's cycling history podcast, for you to discover, and today we are giving you the most recent in full as we revisit Frank Vandenbroucke's swaggering La Doyenne victory in 1999 - a win which promised to be the first of many Monuments, but ultimately proved the pinnacle of a highly troubled life and career.To listen and subscribe to the rest of the series, search ‘Eurosport Re-Cycle’ or click here We are adding new episodes all the time, so even though the cycling has stopped for now, Re-Cycle hasn't. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/04/2028m 56s

2: End of the cycling season? And why Cav should go to Tokyo

Bradley Wiggins, Adam Blythe and Graham Willgoss ask if Coronavirus has called time on the 2020 racing calendar and put themselves in the shoes of a pro with no goal to train for. Plus: why Mark Cavendish deserves a final crack at Olympic gold. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/03/2040m 31s

1: Coronavirus chaos hits cycling and tribute to Nicolas Portal

Brad, Matt Stephens and Graham Willgoss start the pod’s new season reflecting on how the coronavirus has wreaked havoc on the peloton and what it means for the remainder of the campaign.The trio also pay tribute to Nicolas Portal and review an explosive Paris-Nice. Plus: a question for Brad from a celeb in a different sort of Lycra. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/03/2039m 9s

Introducing Re-Cycle: Eurosport’s new cycling history podcast

If like Brad you're a cycling history nut, or you want to learn more about the rich tapestry of stories from the peloton’s past, Re-Cycle is the podcast for you.Join Graham Willgoss for episode one of Eurosport’s new cycling history podcast, as we revisit the year there were two winners of Paris-Roubaix.To subscribe to the rest of the series, search ‘Eurosport Re-Cycle’ or click here  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/11/1914m 23s

26: Mads' World! Live from Harrogate and review of a thrilling season

Brad, Adam Blythe, Matt Stephens and Graham Willgoss sum up an epic week at the World Championships in Yorkshire with dramatic victories for Mads Pedersen and Annemiek van Vleuten, remember Cav’s best and worst days chasing the Rainbow Jersey and affirm Froome’s right to privacy as he prepares to return from injury. Plus: Brad takes questions from our live audience. Dane of the Day? There can be only one. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
30/09/1958m 38s

25: Wiggins 'chucked knighthood in flower bed' + World Championships preview

Graham Willgoss and Bradley Wiggins are joined by special guest Steve Cummings for in-depth preview of the 92nd Road World Championships in Yorkshire. Elsewhere, Brad reveals a special nickname for Sir Dave Brailsford and also explains why he decided to destroy his knighthood. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/09/1944m 18s

24: 'Roglic finally delivers with Vuelta win; Brailsford single-handedly changed cycling'

Brad and Matt Stephens decamp to a watering hole just west of Madrid to reflect on Primoz Roglic’s historic victory at the 74th edition of the Vuelta a Espana. Elsewhere, well wishes are sent Sir Dave Brailsford’s way and with the final Grand Tour of 2019 now concluded, the guys switch their focus towards the impending UCI World Championships in Yorkshire. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/09/1940m 10s

23: 'Roglic ready for Red in Madrid; Jumbo-Visma can overhaul Ineos'

After a gutsy Sepp Kuss victory at La Vuelta, Bradley Wiggins, Graham Willgoss, Magnus Backstedt and Rob Hatch make Jumbo-Visma the squad to challenge Team Ineos in 2020. Plus: a look back at the season’s biggest moments, UCI World Championships predictions, riffing on Paris-Roubaix, the Dane of the Day and a heavyweight Ask Brad from Anthony Joshua. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/09/1953m 50s

22: Crazy conditions at La Vuelta; what next for Froome and Cav?

Graham Willgoss, Bradley Wiggins and Adam Blythe review a rain soaked Stage 9 of La Vuelta where Nairo Quintana regained the red jersey following Tadej Pogacar's impressive victory. Elsewhere, the futures of Chris Froome and Mark Cavendish are discussed, plus another Ask Brad and a very special edition of Dane of the Day featuring Fabian Cancellara. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/09/1948m 12s

21: Vamos! Quintana can take famous Vuelta win; what’s happened to Team INEOS?

Brad and Matt Stephens ponder whether an already explosive and unpredictable Vuelta a España is Nairo Quintana’s for the taking after the Colombian’s emphatic Stage 2 win, dissect a sorry start in Spain for Team INEOS, tackle another Ask Brad and, of course, present the Dane of the Day. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/08/1934m 30s

20: Brilliant Bernal is the future but Thomas and Froome will be back

Brad and Matt Stephens predict further domination for Team Ineos after Egan Bernal confirms his stunning Tour de France victory in Paris. The guys reflect on one of the greatest editions in the history of the race, plus an interview with record-breaking seven-time Green Jersey winner Peter Sagan. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29/07/1941m 48s

19: Bernal on the brink as Ineos reign supreme once again

Brad and Matt Stephens report from a rain soaked Val Thorens, where Egan Bernal held firm and is set to become the youngest Tour winner for over a century See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/07/1910m 53s

18: 'Phenomenal Bernal has triumph in his grasp, tough to see G winning Tour again'

Brad and Matt catch their breath after an unforgettable Stage 19 of the Tour which was prematurely ended due to a hailstorm. That wasn't enough to dampen the spirits of Egan Bernal though, who snatched yellow to lead with just one more day in the mountains to come. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26/07/1911m 38s

17: Incredible GC race set to heat up but Alaphilippe 'deserves' to win

Sipping cold beers shortly after the finish in Galibier, Brad and Matt Stephens break down Stage 18 and look ahead to a stormy Friday finale in the mountains See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/07/1910m 42s

16: Expulsions, ’brain farts’, and bad news for G

Overlooking the Alps, Brad and Matt Stephens report on a dramatic Stage 17.  Matteo Trentin was the first to the finish line in Gap, but it’s the punishment for Ineos’ Luke Rowe and Jumbo-Visma's Tony Martin that’s really making the headlines  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
24/07/1910m 20s

15: Can Pinot claim shock Tour win after G tumble?

Sir Brad and Matt are back in the Eurosport van with fresh reaction from a dramatic Stage 16 of the Tour where Geraint Thomas recovered from a crash to finish safely in the bunch behind eventual winner Caleb Ewan. Is Thibaut Pinot now set to spring a huge upset?   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/07/1910m 32s

14: 'G in prime position to win Tour, one of the best races in years'

Bradley Wiggins and Matt Stephens react to all the latest drama at an enthralling Tour de France with Geraint Thomas poised to lead a Team Ineos victory charge. Is this the best Tour for years? Plus, Simon Yates wins again, and crazy stories of very intense fans and the 'scary' treatment of Lance Armstrong. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/07/1938m 41s

13: Alaphilippe in control - so is that it for G?

Live(ish) from the back of the Eurosport van, Sir Brad and Matt Stephens give their immediate thoughts on the short yet brutal stage 14 of the Tour. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/07/1910m 14s

12: Tour is G’s for the taking; the day Froome 'broke his promise'

Bradley Wiggins is joined by his hero Sean Yates, and Jesse Yates, to react to the latest drama from the Tour de France with the title now Geraint Thomas' for the taking. Plus, explosive insights on the day Chris Froome 'broke his promise' at the Tour in 2012. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/07/1956m 19s

11: Fuming over Cav snub, Thomas must step up to beat Bernal

Bradley Wiggins and Matt Stephens react to Mark Cavendish being controversially snubbed for the Tour de France and debate whether Geraint Thomas or Egan Bernal should lead Team Ineos. Plus, a question from Sean Yates and why Chris Froome will still win another Tour after his horrific crash. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
08/07/1931m 54s

10: Carapaz conquers brutal Giro, Froome can win fifth Tour

Sir Bradley Wiggins, Graham Willgoss, Orla Chennaoui and Dan Lloyd salute Richard Carapaz after the Movistar rider mastered the Giro, hail Vincenzo Nibali’s longevity and evaluate Simon Yates' struggles.  Plus, Brad backs Chris Froome to claim a fifth Tour de France and Adam Blythe’s dress sense gets another honourable mention. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
03/06/191h 2m

9: Winning the Giro is in your head, Shark attacks and Yates bounces back

Sir Bradley Wiggins, Graham Willgoss, Orla Chennaoui and Adam Blythe on mastering the mentality needed for Giro d’Italia success, why Simon Yates, Vincenzo Nibali and Primoz Roglic will take the battle for the Maglia Rosa all the way to Verona, the team stick two fingers up to Twitter Trolls, plus Brad tells Victor Campenaerts it’s okay to demand more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/05/1955m 15s

8: Can Yates recover from Giro disaster? And what really happens on a Grand Tour rest day

Bradley Wiggins, Graham Willgoss, Simon Gerrans, Orla Chennaoui and Brian Smith react to a disastrous day for Simon Yates at the Giro d'Italia, explain why Tom Dumoulin would be perfect at Team Ineos and tell their favourite rest day stories.Plus, a special interview with US cycling legend Andy Hampsten and Brad answers an alternative question from fan of the show and British star Tao Geoghegan Hart. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/05/1959m 3s

7: Early Giro d’Italia drama, reaction to shock Kittel news

Bradley Wiggins, Graham Willgoss, Simon Gerrans and Orla Chennaoui dissect the early drama at the 2019 Giro d'Italia and react to the shock news of Marcel Kittel taking a break from racing. Also on the podcast, Sir Brad answers questions from Eurosport snooker legends Ronnie O'Sullivan and Jimmy White and the team tell some of their favourite stories from the Giro. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/05/1944m 49s

6: Brailsford must sign ‘hottest property’ in cycling & Thomas tipped for Hour Record

Graham Willgoss, Bradley Wiggins and Adam Blythe react to Victor Campenaerts becoming the new Hour Record holder and also ponder and predict as to who could now mount a serious challenge to the Belgian’s crown.Elsewhere, Mathieu van der Poel’s bright future is discussed after his stunning victory in the Amstel Gold Race, Annemiek van Vleuten stops by for a chat following her runners-up finish in the women’s edition plus there’s a look at Rod Ellingworth’s departure from Team Sky and a possible return to form for Mark Cavendish. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/04/1943m 48s

5: Wiggins responds to Froome claims plus Paris-Roubaix reaction

Graham Willgoss, Sean Kelly and Matt Stephens join Sir Brad to discuss Chris Froome’s claims that his former leader at Team Sky couldn’t be ‘trusted’ in the 2012 Tour de France.There’s also a look back at another enthralling edition of Paris-Roubaix, as well as a preview of Victor Campenaerts’ Hour Record attempt and with the start of the Giro d'Italia less than a month away, the panel predict who they think will be victorious in this year’s Grand Tours. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/04/1953m 37s

4: The Ultimate Rider and a gander at Flanders

Graham Willgoss, Bradley Wiggins and Simon Gerrans select the ‘Ultimate Rider’ – comprising of their all-time favourite GC rider, sprinter, climber and domestique.Elsewhere, Brad and Simon reflect on their time together at Team Sky and discuss another one of their former teammates, Peter Kennaugh, while there’s also a look back at Alberto Bettiol’s fantastic finish at the Tour of Flanders. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
08/04/1936m 10s

3: Is there still room for Froome?

Graham Willgoss, Bradley Wiggins and Matt Stephens discuss whether a fifth Tour de France title is still a realistic possibility for Chris Froome after the British rider’s latest setback at the Volta a Catalunya.There’s also reaction to Deceuninck – Quick-Step boss Patrick Lefevere’s fat shaming comments, a chat with South African road champion Ashleigh Moolman Pasio and Brad & Matt also reminisce about their brief spell as teammates on the Linda McCartney Pro Cycling Team in 2001. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/04/1953m 20s

2: Salary caps, cobbled Classics & life after cycling

With Team Sky’s budget set to increase under new sponsor Ineos, Graham Willgoss, Bradley Wiggins and Magnus Backstedt discuss whether a salary cap would work within professional cycling.There’s also a look back at a magnificent win for Julian Alaphilippe at Milan-San Remo as well as cobbled Classics chat and an insight in to what retired life is really like. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/03/1944m 39s

1: Team Sky on the up and will there be more British success in 2019?

Graham Willgoss, Adam Blythe and Bradley Wiggins discuss a positive week for Team Sky both on and off the bike, whether 2019 will yield even more success for British cycling and there’s also reaction to Victor Campenaerts' attempt to beat Brad’s Hour Record in Mexico next month. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/03/1948m 15s

9: Road World Championships special

Adam Green, Molly Weaver and Bradley Wiggins preview all the main contenders at a very hilly Innsbruck World Championship course and ask if the Yates brothers can continue their Vuelta form.They also look back on the 2018 World Tour so far and marvel at the success of Quickstep Floors riders such as Julian Alaphilippe, Elia Viviani and Fernando Gaviria. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/09/1842m 14s

8: Simon Yates wins first Grand Tour to secure British clean sweep

Bradley Wiggins, Adam Blythe and Adam Green discuss yet more success for British cycling as Simon Yates wins La Vuelta. They look at Simon's incredible progression over the last few years and examine his key moments in Spain.They're also joined by Tour de France winner Geraint Thomas to talk about his wonderful summer and find out how he's dealing with new found fame. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/09/1843m 42s

7: Simon Yates extends Vuelta lead

Bradley Wiggins and Adam Green are joined by former Vuelta a España winner Sean Kelly to talk about his 1988 victory. They also discuss the past week's action where the Simon Yates versus Movistar battle is getting very tasty.Also on the agenda: the crash after the finish of Stage 12, David Millar going for CPA presidency and Julian Alaphilippe's victory in the Tour of Britain. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/09/1850m 29s

6: Simon Yates takes the red jersey as GC battle heats up

Bradley Wiggins, Adam Blythe and Adam Green look back on the first week’s action at the Vuelta a España, where Simon Yates leads with the Movistar duo of Alejandro Valverde and Nairo Quintana breathing down his neck.They also discuss the demise of Aqua Blue, Mark Cavendish’s illness, and the first stage of the Tour of Britain See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/09/1850m 42s

5: Valverde turns back the clock at brutal La Vuelta

Bradley Wiggins, Tony Gibb and Adam Green preview the next few week's racing at the Vuelta a España, look at the GC favourites in a very open field, and debate what makes the Vuelta such a unique race. They also discuss the first couple of day's racing which saw Alejandro Valverde beat Michal Kwiatkowski in an exciting uphill finish at Caminito del Rey, and look at how Geraint Thomas is dealing with being the centre of attention. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26/08/1844m 50s

4: Magnificent Geraint Thomas crowned Tour de France champion

Chris Hoy, Adam Green, Molly Weaver and Bradley Wiggins celebrate Geraint Thomas’ stunning victory and look back at how it was done. They also discuss what other teams need to do to catch Team Sky and give their highlights and lowlights of this year’s race. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29/07/1852m 22s

3: Geraint Thomas in pole position and Sky's unpopularity in France

Adam Green, Molly Weaver and Bradley Wiggins discuss an eventful week at Le Tour as Geraint Thomas won on the iconic Alpe d'Huez and takes yellow into the rest day. They also look at the why some of the French media and watching crowds have such a dislike of Team Sky, plus look forward to the final week's racing. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/07/1850m 47s

2: Chaos on the Roubaix pavé and a dilemma for Team Sky

Adam Green, Molly Weaver and Bradley Wiggins look back on the 1st week of Tour de France action including John Degenkolb winning in Roubaix. They also discuss how the form of Geraint Thomas is a dilemma for Team Sky. Plus; riding in a twitchy first-week peloton and what makes the perfect rest day. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/07/1850m 45s

1: Chris Froome's salbutamol case and 2018 Le Tour preview

Adam Green, Molly Weaver and Bradley Wiggins discuss the first few days of racing at the 2018 Tour de France and preview all the main GC and green jersey contenders.They also look into The World Anti-Doping Agency clearing Chris Froome plus reveal the secrets of the 'gruppetto'. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
08/07/1851m 20s

Coming soon - The Bradley Wiggins Show

Coming soon on Monday 9 July is The Bradley Wiggins Show.Join Sir Brad each week as he and an array of guests bring the best analysis from cycling's Tour de France. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29/06/1841s
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