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The Cycling Podcast / GEN TIKTOK TOUR

The Cycling Podcast / GEN TIKTOK TOUR

In this episode of The Cycling Podcast, we review two big gala events that took place in Paris this week – the Vélo d’Or awards ceremony and the presentation of the 2024 Tour de France routes. 

Daniel Friebe is joined by veteran reporter and resident francophile François Thomazeau plus top commentator Rob Hatch to give our verdict on the Vélo d’Or voting panel’s decisions – and on two Tour de France routes, men’s and women’s, that pack an awful lot of ingredients into what look like a pair of exceedingly rich cakes.

Finally, we resume last week’s conversation about seasoned pros who find themselves jobless at the end of the 2023 campaign. After Tsgabu Grmay last week, it’s Joe Dombrowski’s turn to tell us about his fight to stay alive in the WorldTour.  

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