With the Spring Classics now at an end and with an Ardennes triple in the bag for Demi Vollering, SD Worx already have 13 victories from four different riders this season. What makes their dominance all the more impressive is the nature of those wins, coming from almost every racing scenario possible.
The Cycling Podcast team look then to explore what has made SD Worx almost unbeatable, taking into consideration the tactics, riders and peloton psychology that has secured their winning ways.
Of course, special mention is given to Paris-Roubaix, one of the few occasions where SD Worx were beaten. We hear from Lizzy’s day at the race as she followed the action on the cobbles and witnessed first-hand her teammate Alison Jackson take the pavé in spectacular style.
We also bring all the latest news from the professional peloton, including the fallout from the mass exodus from the Zaaf Cycling team.
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