Lance Armstrong presents a singular perspective on the world’s most iconic cycling races, including the Tour de France and the Classics, as well as the broader endurance sports scene. Not your typical cycling or sports podcast, THEMOVE brings listeners deep inside the racing action, imparting insights from someone who knows the suffering and splendor like no one else. In addition to course previews and timely race analysis from Armstrong’s distinct point of view, the audience also gets to hear from featured guests, who regularly swing by the THEMOVE studio to join the always-lively conversation. Guests have included former teammates like George Hincapie during the Tour de France, and Mark Allen and Dave Scott in advance of the IRONMAN World Championship.
THEMOVE is an audio-video experience that transforms every listener from fan and spectator into the ultimate insider.
The Move: 2022 Dauphine and Tour de Suisse Recap
With the last remaining one-week tune-ups behind us, we look at the riders and teams form heading into the Tour De France. Will Tadej Pogacar was not present at these races to compare. Jumbo Visma may have Co-captains after what we saw in the Dauphine. Geraint Thomas made a strong case to be the Ineos team leader. A big unknown is the potential consequences for the teams with a Covid surge as we saw in the Tour de Suisse.
The Move: 2022 Giro D'Italia Final Recap
Lance, Johan, George, and JB reflect on this year's Giro D’Italia and the win by Jai Hindley, who was not on most people's radar for a Giro Win. With more teams getting into the grand tour mix now including Bora Hansgrohe, and younger riders succeeding early success, sets the stage for a Tour de France showdown. Of course, there are a few great stories from back in the day that we think you will enjoy.
JB2: 2022 Giro D'Italia Mid Week 3 Recap
JB and Johan take a look at stages 16-18 of the 2022 Giro D’Italia. Have we found our top 3 mid-way through the last week? It’s still uncertain what order they may finish which could come down to the final TT. Also, Johan explains why a breakaway putting in more time is not necessarily a good thing, and might a couple of teams be in trouble of losing their world tour status before the season wraps?
The Move: 2022 Giro D'Italia Week 2 Recap
Lance, Johan, George, and JB take a look at the second week of the Giro D’Italia with a historic moment, a sprinter's 3rd win and 7 riders within 2 min of the Maglia Rosa. We have an idea of who will be on the podium at the finish but the order is hard to predict.
JB2: 2022 Giro D'Italia Week 2 Recap Stages 10-15
JB and Johan take a look back at the 2nd week of the 2022 Giro D’Italia. This week kicked off with a historic win of rising talent, Biniam Girmay, only to end with an abandon following a champagne cork incident. Arnaud Démare is a nearly untouchable sprinter in this Giro with his third victory. Johan lets us know who he thinks will be on the podium for GC at the end of the Giro, one of those names wasn’t included in the conversation prior to the start of this Giro. Johan explains why.
The Move: 2022 Giro D'Italia Week 1 Recap
Lance, Johan, and JB reflect on the first 9 stages of the 2022 Giro D’Italia. Names come to mind for the overall that were not heavily considered before the start of the tour. The sprinter conversation is equally as interesting as the General Classification. With all the talk the last few years about the young guys changing the game, it turns out endurance and experience can prevail with a few seasoned veterans.
JB & JB
I’m working on my Spanish now. It’s the only way you learn anything from this podcast. johann and JB should go solo.
Old dopers still have a job. Boring people to death about their old doping feats . 0 TDF wins . Had doping friend George on today , in between commercials
Great insight from JB 1
Love the show, but two things. Lance better pay Johan (and George) extra, because they come in with the knowledge. Lance just talks s#*t. And the intro song kills my ears every time I push play. Every time. Change it up. Please.