CyclingTips Podcast: New bikes at the Dauphiné and a Dirty Kanza controversy

This week's episode unearths some new tech at the Dauphiné, puts a Dirty Kanza controversy in context, and fixes the ebike problem once and for all

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The Dauphiné used as a final test for bikes and equipment before the Tour de France. So what have we seen? What does it mean? We run through the latest goodies from France.

Then, we dig into the controversy that came out of Dirty Kanza last weekend. Kanza is the world’s premier gravel event, and is growing rapidly. That’s led to some growing pains. Neal Rogers chats with Kanza winner Kaitie Keough about riding the event alongside her husband, UnitedHealthcare pro Luke Keough, and the backlash that decision has caused.

eBikes are coming. In many places, they’re already here. James Huang and Caley Fretz sit down with two experts in the field to run through the arguments for and against their use on- and off-road.

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