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STAGES

By Lance Armstrong

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Description

Lance Armstrong shares his incisive perspective on the 2017 Tour de France with a new daily podcast, Stages. Co-hosted by longtime Austin radio personality JB Hager, Stages airs about an hour after each stage finish, from July 1-23. The podcast features special guest appearances, insightful course previews and race analysis from Armstrong’s distinct point of view, which takes listeners deep inside the world’s most iconic cycling race. In addition to a daily recap of all the action, Armstrong, who also hosts The Forward podcast, shares anecdotes from his years racing Le Tour. Followers can watch this year’s race unfold through the lens of someone who knows the suffering and splendor like no one else.

Customer Reviews

A fresh look on TdF

I have been following the TdF for a long time and I have learned new and crunchy things about the Tour in every episods. A must for any fan of the Tour!

Love it!

Love the realism of the commentary...from the best ever

What's the point?

I was a Lance fan for all those years. Want to be informed and entertained by his insight. The discussion about 28=32 kinda troubled me. What was the point? Is it that riders are smarter these days and pick gearing that suits the course, or that "real Men" don't use a 32? And that crazy french sprinter that set their country on fire.. pretty sure it's Arnaud, not Andre! Some people in the world still want to believe, be better Lance. Please.

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