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From Peace Race to Tour de France

In a recording of a live event held as part of the CycleScreen bicycle film festival at the Watershed Cinema in Bristol, Jack Thurston talks with author Herbie Sykes about his highly acclaimed book The Race Against the Stasi. It’s a gripping story, a true story, that took place at the height of the Cold […]

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Ain’t Nuthin’ but a G Thang: Geraint Thomas’s World of Cycling

In a live event Jack Thurston talks to double Olympic gold medallist and top Team Sky rider Geraint Thomas about his life in cycling as told in his new book The World of Cycling According to G.

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Tour de France: Rest Day Review with Simon Warren

It’s the end of the second week of this year’s Tour de France, just time for us – and the riders – to catch our breaths before the final week and the showdown in the Alps. Joining Jack Thurston for this Rest Day Review is Simon Warren, a man who knows cycling’s great ups and […]

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Tour de France: Rest Day Review with Edward Pickering

After eight varied and exciting days of bike racing, the riders in the Tour de France take a well-earned rest day. Cycling journalist and author Edward Pickering has been following the race and is on hand to review the first week and look ahead to how the race will unfold as the road heads uphill […]

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Tour de France preview with Guy Andrews

With just a few days until the start of the 2015 Tour de France, cycling author, journalist and photographer Guy Andrews joins Jack Thurston to look forward to one of the most eagerly anticipated grand tours in decades. With four strong contenders and an action-packed parcours, the race promises three weeks of bike racing excitement.

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Put Me Back On The Trike

Three months and 17,000 miles into his attempt to break the longest-standing record in cycling, Steve Abraham suffered a road crash with a moped, leaving him with two broken bones in his ankle. We hear more from Steve as well as from some of his many well-wishers.

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The Listeners’ Hour Explained

listen to ‘The Bike Show Listeners Hour Challenge – explained’ on audioBoom   As described in this week’s podcast, the Listener’s Hour is a cycling challenge open to all listeners to The Bike Show. And the challenge is this: to ride your bike for one hour and in that time, to travel further than 35.325km. […]

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