The Bradley Wiggins Show by Eurosport
Bernal and Evenepoel both vulnerable | ‘Phenomenal’ Ganna is like Cancellara in his pomp
Season 4, Ep. 7
Sir Bradley Wiggins is joined by Graham Willgoss and Adam Blythe to discuss the major talking points after Stage 8 of the Giro.Can Remco Evenepoel push on to win the whole thing? Will Egan Bernal’s back hold out for a three-week stage race? And how much has Simon Yates learned from his Giro heartbreak in 2018?Wiggins and Blythe expect the Ineos Grenadiers to go on the offensive on Stage 9, with the ‘unbelievable’ Filippo Ganna likely front and centre of any move.Elsewhere, Wiggins reserves special praise for ‘rock star’ Fernando Gaviria and has the Cofidis curse been lifted after Victor Lafay’s Stage 8 win?Brought to you by Zwift where fun is fast.The Bradley Wiggins Show is Produced by Pete Burton.
Sam Bennett set for shock Deceuninck–Quick-Step departure | How Brad's move to Sky happened
Season 4, Ep. 6
Sir Bradley Wiggins is joined by Graham Willgoss and Sean ‘The King’ Kelly to unpick Tim Merlier’s win on Stage 2 of the Giro d’Italia and much more with a heap of big news dropping in cycling.Sam Bennett is a “superstar of the sport” and the trio unpack the news he will move on from Deceuninck–Quick-Step at the end of the season, along with Joao Almeida.What about Peter Sagan? Could the superstar be set for a big transfer to DQS? We also cover Ethan Hayter's incredible showing at the Volta ao Algarve.Plus, ever wondered how Brad's move to Team Sky happened and how Sir Dave Brailsford signed his men? He tells all…Brought to you by Zwift where fun is fast.The Bradley Wiggins Show is Produced by Pete Burton.
Simon Yates deserves Giro triumph at long last | Pidcock can win Tour one day
Season 4, Ep. 5
We are back! Sir Bradley Wiggins returns with Graham Willgoss and Orla Chennaoui to react to all the action from the start of the Giro d'Italia, where Filippo Ganna dominated the opening stage, and much more.Can Simon Yates finally triumph at the Giro? Brad and Orla believe the Brit thoroughly deserves to and has unfinished business.Plus some sensational stories from Brad's racing experiences and tales featuring the likes of Mark Cavendish and Mario Cipollini.Oh, and Brad also pays tribute to the recent performances from his former charge, Tom Pidcock, who he believes can win the Tour de France one day.Brought to you by Zwift where fun is fast.The Bradley Wiggins Show is Produced by Pete Burton.
Re-Cycle: Magnus Backstedt relives the epic day he denied Museeuw at Paris-Roubaix
Graham Willgoss caught up with fan favourite Magnus Backstedt last week to talk all things Paris-Roubaix, but specifically his epic win in 2004.In the absence of the Monument, which has been postponed to October 3rd, we bring you a bonus episode of Re-Cycle, Eurosport’s Cycling History podcast.The Bradley Wiggins Show returns on the 19th of April.Swedish powerhouse Magnus Backstedt felt so strong going toe-to-toe with Johan Museeuw in the Hell of the North, he even questioned whether there was a chain on his bike. Felix Lowe recalls the Lion of Flanders’ last major race, when a flat tyre stopped him sprinting for a record-equalling victory.Re-Cycle is narrated by Graham Willgoss and produced by Pete Burton. This episode was edited by Ola Fisayo.Please rate and review us on your podcast platform of choice!
Ineos set for Tour glory with G? | Adam Yates leaves Simon's shadow
Season 4, Ep. 4
Sir Bradley Wiggins is back with Graham Willgoss to discuss a fantastic week of cycling as the Volta a Catalunya saw Ineos storm to victory (just as Brad predicted last week), while Gent–Wevelgem didn’t fail to deliver.The pair are joined by… Is it a teenage pirate? Is it Damon Hill? Is it a magician? No, it’s a goatee-sporting Matt Stephens who brings incredible insight as ever.The trio discuss the new favourite for Flanders, Peter Sagan, Adam Yates shining in Ineos colours and Matt explains why Mathieu van der Poel won’t fit in at a team like Jumbo or Ineos.The E3 Saxo Bank Classic, Brugge-De Panne and Coppi Bartali are covered as Mark Cavendish donned a leaders jersey for the first time in four years.Brought to you by Zwift where fun is fast.The Bradley Wiggins Show is Produced by Pete Burton.
Ineos ready to 'do something big', Jumbo warning, Stuyven shocks Big Three
Season 4, Ep. 3
The action is coming thick and fast in the 2021 season now, and Brad and Graham caught up after the first Monument of the year, which saw Jasper Stuyven spring a surprise on the Poggio to win Milan-San Remo ahead of an all-star cast.Wout van Aert, Mathieu van der Poel and Julian Alaphilippe were all outfoxed right at the end of an epic 299km ride on Saturday, but Brad praises the Big Three for how "they have advanced the sport".There's also praise for Ineos, who placed Tom Pidcock in 15th and were, to quote Brad, "bloody brilliant... the team of the day."After a glorious wander down memory lane - including details of the day Mario Cipollini gave Bernie Eisel a clip round the ear, and Brad's first encounter with Lance Armstrong at Milan-San Remo - in part two we look ahead to this week's Volta a Catalunya.Ineos are bringing a formidable team with G, Adam Yates and Richard Carapaz all in attendance. But who will fancy themselves as team leader? And are Jumbo-Visma spreading themselves too thin as the inevitable Tour de France showdown looms with Dave Brailsford's boys?Brought to you by Zwift where fun is fast.The Bradley Wiggins Show is Produced by Pete Burton.
Dr Freeman case steals the headlines from box office racing at Paris-Nice and Tirreno-Adriatico
Season 4, Ep. 2
Brad and Graham are joined by Adam Blythe as racing gets better by the day after an incredible week on the continent’s roads.The trio discuss all the week’s action and if a new era has truly been ushered in, but has racing changed for good?Brad also has his say on the Dr Freeman verdict.Brought to you by Zwift where fun is fast.The Bradley Wiggins Show is Produced by Pete Burton.
We’re back with a bang as Dutch duo dominate Strade Bianche
Season 4, Ep. 1
Sir Bradley Wiggins returns with his trusty sidekick, Graham Willgoss for our first episode of the 2021 season to dissect all the action at Strade Bianche, as well as catch-up on all the news since our last show.The pair are joined by broadcaster, Laura Winter to reflect on the utter dominance of Dutch duo Mathieu van der Poel and Chantal van den Broek-Blaak in Tuscany, and debate the controversy surrounding the prize money.There’s also a special interview with Israel Start-Up Nation’s newest DS, Cherie Pridham.Brought to you by Zwift where fun is fast.The Bradley Wiggins Show is Produced by Pete Burton.
The Bradley Wiggins Show is back for 2021
Brad and Graham are back for the fourth season of The Bradley Wiggins Show by Eurosport.We will guide you through the classics, monuments and grand tours as well as the Olympic Games and World Championships in what is sure to be one of the most explosive and unpredictable seasons in some time.We kick off the series Monday, 8th of March, so make sure you’re subscribed wherever you get your podcasts.