CyclingTips Podcast, Episode 8: 2016 Tour de France finale

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In this concluding podcast from the 2016 Tour de France, recorded the morning after Sunday’s final stage in Paris, our team on the ground in France — Matt de Neef, Shane Stokes and Dave Everett — discuss the standouts from the last block of racing.

These include the battle for yellow and the key moments where Chris Froome opened time on his rivals, as well as Peter Sagan’s dominant hunt for green and a question of who – if anyone – can beat him in future years. There’s also an analysis of Froome’s challengers, and how some rode above expectations while others underperformed; Adam Yates’ impressive victory in the best young rider classification and a teammate explaining what may be his most important attribute; Stephen Roche’s tip for future Tour success; Sean Kelly’s view of two of the top guns from this year’s race; personal highlights from the race and much more.

Along with the on-the-ground crew, CyclingTips Podcast Host Elden Nelsen and U.S Editor Neal Rogers provide additional insight, including Tour analysis and parallels with the Brady Bunch.

We hope you enjoy this episode. Go to iTunes to rate and review it. Also, check out the Tour de France vlogs in the links below.

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