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Keep up to date with pro road cycling with news reports from the peloton. All the best stories in the sport compiled for daily listening. This new daily format replaces the previous Velocast weekly discussion show which can now be found by subscribing at velocast.cc
||Giro d'Italia 2015: Stage 8||In light of his dislocated shoulder, today’s summit finish was a big test for the Maglia Rosa. However, despite a fearsome pace set by Astana, and an attack by Fabio Aru on the final climb, Alberto Contador, and his shoulder, were up to the challenge of defending his general classification lead.||16 5 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Giro d'Italia 2015: Stage 7||Aside from Bert’s bruises, today’s somewhat transitional stage was heavily weighted towards the final 200m, where we saw a powerhouse sprint from Lampre-Merida’s Diego Ulissi to take the win.||15 5 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Velocast Shorts: CSA Giro Podcast||John and Sean Lally of Cycle Systems Academy discuss the tech that's caught their eye at the Giro. Always free to listen you can subscribe on iTunes or your podcatcher of choice.||14 5 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Giro d'Italia 2015: Stage 6||Once again there was drama at the Giro. And like on Stage 3 with Domenico Pozzovivo, it comes in the way of a horrific looking crash, this one coming during the sprint finish, and behind a perfect win for Lotto-Soudal’s Andre Greipel.||14 5 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Giro d'Italia 2015: Stage 5||Approaching the first summit finish of this year’s Giro, the peloton almost managed to hoodwink us all into believing that today, at last, we’d see things settle down to something approaching normality. A small, focused breakaway group had a convincing lead, and Orica-Greenedge controlled the pace behind. But then, just as the gradient reached its most challenging, Alberto Contador decided to tear up the script once more.||13 5 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Giro d'Italia 2015: Stage 4||Today’s stage, racing 150 km from Chiavari to La Spezia, was one of the most bizarre, epic, insane, fascinating, and downright enjoyable day’s racing we’ve seen for quite some time. A sensational win for young Davide Formolo, and a much needed one for his Cannondale-Garmin team.||12 5 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Giro d'Italia 2015: Stage 3||A joyous win for the Maglia Rosa today, but a stage marred by an absolutely terrifying crash for AG2R's Domenico Pozzovivo.||11 5 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Giro d'Italia 2015: Stage 2||Nerves, excitement, and momentary inattention are the usual hallmarks of the first sprinters stage in a grand tour, and this Giro was really no different as we saw several crashes pepper the stunning Ligurian coastline. When the peloton finally made it to the finish line in Genoa, it was Team Sky’s Elia Viviani who took an impressive win, in a sprint that was as strong as it was clever.||10 5 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Giro d'Italia 2015: Stage 1||We are providing the first week of our Giro d'Italia coverage as free-to-air shows. Today, Scott and John discuss the opening Team Time Trial. For details of how you can join us for the whole of the race, please visit http://velocast.cc||9 5 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Velocast Shorts: The Return of the CSA Podcast||After moving the school to Devon Sean Lally of Cycle Systems Academy joins John to reboot the tech podcast Always free to listen you can subscribe on iTunes or your podcatcher of choice.||8 5 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
John&Scott are back! Two men who love cycling with honest and frank opinions.being a beginner in cycling I found the velocast truly educational about all aspects of the sport. These men know there stuff.A QUALITY CYCLING PODCAST.
More cycling, Less you
A poor podcast in which the self righteous presenters spend more time talking about themselves than any cycling news. Constantly criticising any other cycling journalist for the line they take, but always hiding behind the fact by they are only postmen and web designers and not journalists therefore immune to any criticism.
If you want a podcast about cycling politics it's ok, if you want an informed discussion about the whole sport don't bother.
First the Worlds, now I get the new podcast. Thanks to you all.