CyclingTips Podcast: In the mechanics’ pits at the Tour Down Under

by Neal Rogers


The Podcast is in Australia! Caley Fretz and CyclingTips founder Wade Wallace start off with a few Santos Tour Down Under predictions (which will almost certainly be wrong), and then Dave Rome gives us a guided tour of the mechanics’ pits at the year’s first WorldTour race. There are new power meters, new sponsors, and lots of integration in the pro ranks this year.

The Women’s Tour Down Under saw its most competitive edition ever and Simone Giuliani was there to report on the action.

Tech editor James Huang is just back from the world’s largest consumer electronics show, CES, and spent some time checking out vehicle technology that could save cyclist’s lives.

Finally, Neal Rogers and Anne-Marije Rook look back at the US Cyclocross Nationals, including chats with Katie Compton, Stephen Hyde, and Jeremy Powers.

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