The Cycling Podcast Live in Cardiff

Nov 29, 10:01 AM

November 29 | Join Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie, Orla Chennaoui and a sold-out live audience at Cardiff's St David's Hall in this episode of The Cycling Podcast.

Earlier this year, we went on our Grand Tour of (Parts of) Britain to promote our first book, A Journey Through the Cycling Year.

In response to that, Joanne John – a podcast listener who runs events at St David's Hall – contacted us and invited us to play Cardiff.

This episode features the first airing for selected extracts of our forthcoming audiobook – The 2018 Grand Tour Diaries – which will be released for 2019 Friends of the Podcast in mid-December.

The Cycling Podcast is supported by Rapha and Science in Sport.

Become a Friend of the Podcast

Our final Friends of the Podcast episode for 2018 will be out very soon. It's on the subject of how to survive retirement and features Fabian Cancellara, Juan Antonio Flecha and many more. The idea was proposed by Friend of the Podcast Stephen Harris, who guest edited the episode.

To sign up as a Friend of the Podcast go to www.thecyclingpodcast.com/friends

It's £15 to become a Friend of the Podcast for 2018 and it will give you access to 15 feature-length episodes, plus the Kilometre 0 series from the 2018 Giro d'Italia, the Espoirs Diary series recorded by Keira McVitty and Calvert Churchill and other bonus episodes.

The 2019 Friends of the Podcast series will kick off with the Grand Tour Diaries audiobook released in mid-December.

Thank you to our sponsors

If you liked the sound of Rapha's new book, Queens of Pain by Isabel Best, you can get a copy online at rapha.cc – Queens of Pain by Isabel Best.

Discount code: Listeners to The Cycling Podcast can get 25% off their Science In Sport energy products by going to scienceinsport.com and entering the code SISCP25 on checkout. Episode sponsor

Thank you to our episode sponsors, Harry's. If you would like to get your free trial set (paying just £3.95 for delivery) go to harrys.com/cycling – get shaving today with Harry's razors.

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