Life in the Peloton – Belgian cobbled Classics with Luke Durbridge
Luke is up in Belgium at the moment and has been riding all the Classics that lead up to the big one on Sunday – the Tour of Flanders – and Paris-Roubaix just over the border in France a week later.
In this episode, we talk about how the races each have a character of their own and how the Grand Prix E3 is very different to Gent-Wevelgem. We talk positioning, fuelling and how to bounce back from a disappointing day as we answer some of your questions.
I hope it gives everyone a bit of insight into what these unique races are like to ride.
Until next time,
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