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In this episode, Neal Rogers and Caley Fretz dissect the controversial stage 19 Giro d’Italia ride of Chris Froome, who has been accused of both being both “unbelievable” and a tactical mastermind. Which is it?
The ride has been compared to Floyd Landis’ escapade at the 2006 Tour de France. So we called up Floyd to find out what he thinks, and to help define exactly what “doing a Landis” might mean. Plus, we had a chat with Chad Haga, one of Tom Dumoulin’s Giro lieutenants.
And finally, here’s something cool: we recently ticked over 1 million downloads on the CyclingTips Podcast since we rebooted it in November last year. We’re very proud of that. Thanks for coming along for the ride!
Without further ado, here’s this week’s episode:
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