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Cycling Weekly magazine covers the UK and international racing scene and offers the best training advice and equipment reviews.

Latest Episodes

Shock retirements and the biggest moment of 2019 | The Lead Out | Cycling Weekly

The end of the 2019 season is here and it marks the close of a remarkable year of pro racing. In this special episode of The Lead Out, host Alex Ballinger is joined by former pro and founder of Le Col Yanto Barker to countdown the biggest racing moments of 2019. From Annemiek van Vleuten's 100km breakaway to Julian Alaphilippe's unforgettable Tour de France, what were the most memorable races from the year? Alex and Yanto break down their favourites and ask you, our listeners, to share your thoughts. Don't forget to subscribe to our podcast channel and pick up a copy of the special edition Yorkshire preview issue of Cycling Weekly, on sale now.

25 MINNOV 15
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Shock retirements and the biggest moment of 2019 | The Lead Out | Cycling Weekly

Washout Worlds, calendar conundrum and looking to the track | The Lead Out | Cycling Weekly

The World Championships and Il Lombardia are done, but the track season is just getting started. Host Alex Ballinger is joined by Cycling Weekly news editor Vern Pitt to reflect on a very wet Worlds, a surprising Lombardia and look ahead to the winter season. Don't forget to subscribe to our podcast channel and pick up a copy of Cycling Weekly magazine.

38 MINOCT 18
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Washout Worlds, calendar conundrum and looking to the track | The Lead Out | Cycling Weekly

Yorkshire World Championships preview and Vuelta recap | The Lead Out | Cycling Weekly

The final Grand Tour of the year, the Vuelta a España, is done and all eyes turn to the 2019 Word Championships in Yorkshire. Host Alex Ballinger is joined by Cycling Weekly editor Simon Richardson and news editor Vern Pitt to weigh-up the Vuelta and look ahead to a week of exhilarating racing as new world champions are crowned. Don't forget to subscribe to our podcast channel and pick up a copy of the special edition Yorkshire preview issue of Cycling Weekly, on sale now.

47 MINSEP 20
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Yorkshire World Championships preview and Vuelta recap | The Lead Out | Cycling Weekly

Tour of Britain 2019 preview | The Lead Out | Cycling Weekly

With the Tour of Britain just around the corner, Alex and Yanto discuss the route, the talking points, and this year's contenders.

20 MINSEP 3
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Tour of Britain 2019 preview | The Lead Out | Cycling Weekly

Vuelta a España 2019 preview | The Lead Out | Cycling Weekly

The Vuelta a España is the third and final Grand Tour of the summer race season, and the Spanish race always provides an exciting finale to the year for GC specialists. Renowned for its testing parcours and plethora of summit finishes, the Vuelta represents an immense challenge and several riders have tried and failed to win it in the same season as another Grand Tour.

21 MINAUG 21
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Vuelta a España 2019 preview | The Lead Out | Cycling Weekly

Tour de France 2019 Preview

Paul Knott and Yanto Barker analyse the key stages on this year's Tour de France route, the riders who will be fighting it out for the jerseys as well as making their predictions for how the three week race will pan out. Let us know who you think will come out on top via our social media channels @cyclingweekly

25 MINJUN 27
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Tour de France 2019 Preview

The Lead Out: Episode 6 - Criterium du Dauphine Preview

In the latest episode of The Lead Out, Paul Knott and Yanto Barker break down the biggest stories from the Giro d’Italia where Richard Carapaz became the first Ecuadorian in history to win a Grand Tour. Before looking ahead to the Criterium du Dauphine and Tour du Suisse with the Tour de France fast approaching.

20 MINJUN 7
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The Lead Out: Episode 6 - Criterium du Dauphine Preview

Giro d'Italia 2019 Race Preview

The 2019 Giro d’Italia is nearly upon us, Paul Knott and Yanto Barker highlight the key stages, showcase the GC contenders and sprinting favourites before making their own picks for who will wear the Maglia Rosa at the end of the race in Verona. This year’s race takes place almost solely in the north of Italy, baring a quick detour into San Marino, and is bookended and split in half by three individual time trials. The Big Start is in Bologna with a short 8.2km test against the clock, before a number of sprint or short uphill finishes are the general theme of the race before the second time trial in San Marino before the first rest day. The first 11 stages favour the sprinters, and it wouldn’t be a huge surprise to see a few riders jumping on a plane out of the country when the mountain ranges arrive from stage 12 onwards. This is where the Alps and Dolomites will decide the fate of the Maglia Rosa, with fearsome ascents of the Mortirolo and Passo Gavia to come, before the final stage test against the clock around Verona.

34 MINMAY 3
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Giro d'Italia 2019 Race Preview

The Lead Out: Episode 5 - Tour de Yorkshire preview

In May's edition of The Lead Out, Paul Knott, Yanto Barker and Simon Richardson look back on the cobbled classics at the Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix. Delve into Victor Campenaerts record breaking Hour Record ride and admire the phenomenal Spring of Mathieu van der Poel which culminated in victory at the Amstel Gold Race. The guys then look ahead to the final Monument of the Spring at Liege-Bastogne-Liege, before turning their attention to the Tour de Yorkshire including an exclusive interview with Chris Froome. Let us know your predictions for May's races on our social media channels. Also let us know who you agree with in our 30-second effort on who will win the Giro d'Italia.

23 MINAPR 26
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The Lead Out: Episode 5 - Tour de Yorkshire preview

The Lead Out: Episode 4 - Cobbled Classics Preview

In April's edition of The Lead Out, Paul Knott, Alex Ballinger and Simon Richardson look back on the first monument of the season at Milan-San Remo. Analyse Team Sky's new sponsorship deal with Ineos and compare the equally positive but despairing fortunes of the Yates brothers. The guys then look ahead to the cobbles classics of the Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix, including interviews with Greg Van Avermaet and Luke Rowe. Let us know your predictions for the cobbled classics on our social media channels. Also let us know who you agree with in our 30-second effort on whether Strade Bianche should be given monument status.

36 MINAPR 1
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The Lead Out: Episode 4 - Cobbled Classics Preview

Latest Episodes

Shock retirements and the biggest moment of 2019 | The Lead Out | Cycling Weekly

The end of the 2019 season is here and it marks the close of a remarkable year of pro racing. In this special episode of The Lead Out, host Alex Ballinger is joined by former pro and founder of Le Col Yanto Barker to countdown the biggest racing moments of 2019. From Annemiek van Vleuten's 100km breakaway to Julian Alaphilippe's unforgettable Tour de France, what were the most memorable races from the year? Alex and Yanto break down their favourites and ask you, our listeners, to share your thoughts. Don't forget to subscribe to our podcast channel and pick up a copy of the special edition Yorkshire preview issue of Cycling Weekly, on sale now.

25 MINNOV 15
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Shock retirements and the biggest moment of 2019 | The Lead Out | Cycling Weekly

Washout Worlds, calendar conundrum and looking to the track | The Lead Out | Cycling Weekly

The World Championships and Il Lombardia are done, but the track season is just getting started. Host Alex Ballinger is joined by Cycling Weekly news editor Vern Pitt to reflect on a very wet Worlds, a surprising Lombardia and look ahead to the winter season. Don't forget to subscribe to our podcast channel and pick up a copy of Cycling Weekly magazine.

38 MINOCT 18
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Washout Worlds, calendar conundrum and looking to the track | The Lead Out | Cycling Weekly

Yorkshire World Championships preview and Vuelta recap | The Lead Out | Cycling Weekly

The final Grand Tour of the year, the Vuelta a España, is done and all eyes turn to the 2019 Word Championships in Yorkshire. Host Alex Ballinger is joined by Cycling Weekly editor Simon Richardson and news editor Vern Pitt to weigh-up the Vuelta and look ahead to a week of exhilarating racing as new world champions are crowned. Don't forget to subscribe to our podcast channel and pick up a copy of the special edition Yorkshire preview issue of Cycling Weekly, on sale now.

47 MINSEP 20
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Yorkshire World Championships preview and Vuelta recap | The Lead Out | Cycling Weekly

Tour of Britain 2019 preview | The Lead Out | Cycling Weekly

With the Tour of Britain just around the corner, Alex and Yanto discuss the route, the talking points, and this year's contenders.

20 MINSEP 3
Comments
Tour of Britain 2019 preview | The Lead Out | Cycling Weekly

Vuelta a España 2019 preview | The Lead Out | Cycling Weekly

The Vuelta a España is the third and final Grand Tour of the summer race season, and the Spanish race always provides an exciting finale to the year for GC specialists. Renowned for its testing parcours and plethora of summit finishes, the Vuelta represents an immense challenge and several riders have tried and failed to win it in the same season as another Grand Tour.

21 MINAUG 21
Comments
Vuelta a España 2019 preview | The Lead Out | Cycling Weekly

Tour de France 2019 Preview

Paul Knott and Yanto Barker analyse the key stages on this year's Tour de France route, the riders who will be fighting it out for the jerseys as well as making their predictions for how the three week race will pan out. Let us know who you think will come out on top via our social media channels @cyclingweekly

25 MINJUN 27
Comments
Tour de France 2019 Preview

The Lead Out: Episode 6 - Criterium du Dauphine Preview

In the latest episode of The Lead Out, Paul Knott and Yanto Barker break down the biggest stories from the Giro d’Italia where Richard Carapaz became the first Ecuadorian in history to win a Grand Tour. Before looking ahead to the Criterium du Dauphine and Tour du Suisse with the Tour de France fast approaching.

20 MINJUN 7
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The Lead Out: Episode 6 - Criterium du Dauphine Preview

Giro d'Italia 2019 Race Preview

The 2019 Giro d’Italia is nearly upon us, Paul Knott and Yanto Barker highlight the key stages, showcase the GC contenders and sprinting favourites before making their own picks for who will wear the Maglia Rosa at the end of the race in Verona. This year’s race takes place almost solely in the north of Italy, baring a quick detour into San Marino, and is bookended and split in half by three individual time trials. The Big Start is in Bologna with a short 8.2km test against the clock, before a number of sprint or short uphill finishes are the general theme of the race before the second time trial in San Marino before the first rest day. The first 11 stages favour the sprinters, and it wouldn’t be a huge surprise to see a few riders jumping on a plane out of the country when the mountain ranges arrive from stage 12 onwards. This is where the Alps and Dolomites will decide the fate of the Maglia Rosa, with fearsome ascents of the Mortirolo and Passo Gavia to come, before the final stage test against the clock around Verona.

34 MINMAY 3
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Giro d'Italia 2019 Race Preview

The Lead Out: Episode 5 - Tour de Yorkshire preview

In May's edition of The Lead Out, Paul Knott, Yanto Barker and Simon Richardson look back on the cobbled classics at the Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix. Delve into Victor Campenaerts record breaking Hour Record ride and admire the phenomenal Spring of Mathieu van der Poel which culminated in victory at the Amstel Gold Race. The guys then look ahead to the final Monument of the Spring at Liege-Bastogne-Liege, before turning their attention to the Tour de Yorkshire including an exclusive interview with Chris Froome. Let us know your predictions for May's races on our social media channels. Also let us know who you agree with in our 30-second effort on who will win the Giro d'Italia.

23 MINAPR 26
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The Lead Out: Episode 5 - Tour de Yorkshire preview

The Lead Out: Episode 4 - Cobbled Classics Preview

In April's edition of The Lead Out, Paul Knott, Alex Ballinger and Simon Richardson look back on the first monument of the season at Milan-San Remo. Analyse Team Sky's new sponsorship deal with Ineos and compare the equally positive but despairing fortunes of the Yates brothers. The guys then look ahead to the cobbles classics of the Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix, including interviews with Greg Van Avermaet and Luke Rowe. Let us know your predictions for the cobbled classics on our social media channels. Also let us know who you agree with in our 30-second effort on whether Strade Bianche should be given monument status.

36 MINAPR 1
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The Lead Out: Episode 4 - Cobbled Classics Preview
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