Hosted by Ned Boulting with David Millar, as ever, by his side. The two talk about lots of things, although they never stray far from the core issue, bike racing. Expect guests from the racing world and some proper old school reporting from the road side. Sponsored by CHPT3 and The Road Book.
THE ROAD BOOK #35: 2020 is almost over. It hasn't been without incident. Ned and David take a bit of time to reflect.
The racing season is over, and to conclude it comes the publication of The Road Book 2020 - the third edition, edited and published by Ned Boulting celebrating and compiling a years of road racing. David and Ned discuss races, pandemics, castles and...
THE ROAD BOOK #34: Flanders, the Giro, the Vuelta - It's still all insane.
Ned and David dissect a truly monumental Flanders. Plus we hear from two Matts at the Giro, Rendell and Winston - the DS who could be on the the brink of an amazing win. And, right at the end, a quick look forward to the Vuelta......talking of which:...
THE ROAD BOOK #33: The wait is over. Ned's Sagan lunacy comes tumbling down as the the Great Man wins in Italy.
Reflections on a champion ride from the 3-time World Champion.Plus, a look back to Gent-Wevelgem, a look forward to Flanders, a little think about Mark Cavendish. And an extended interview with the latest British winner on the continent - the hitherto...
THE ROAD BOOK #32: The Maddest Week. From Imola to Liège - the busiest schedule in history.
More action than you can possibly keep track of, unless you're couchbound with a broken arm. Luckily, Ned is. David and Ned discuss the maddest week of racing, Worlds, Giro, Ardennes, Binckbank (Eneco, or Benelux as we prefer to call it), and other...
THE ROAD BOOK #31: In Praise Of Alaphilippe. A homage to the 2020 World Champion.
Ned has dodged the surgeon's knife for another day and has used his time to read aloud Philippe Auclair's masterful and fulsome portrait of Begbie (aka Julian Alaphilippe) as first published in the 2019 Road Book, in which the Frenchman was voted Rider...
THE ROAD BOOK #30: The End Of The Tour. It's Like Falling Off A Bike. Literally.
Last ditch drama at the castle, as David and Ned reflect on the end of a wonderful Tour and how Ned ended up in Lewisham hospital.Plus, an extended interview with Eurosport's Rob Hatch on how his three weeks of commentary went.And details of a fantastic...
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Roadbook 2019 Review
“Chapeau” Ned. Great review of the racing year. Now if you could just get the “Tour Down Under” going.
Millar speaks so softly and Boulting so loudly it is difficult to listen to without constantly fiddling with the volume. Content may be good just can’t get through it.