Tadej Pogačar discloses that there positive and negative sides to his racing layoff after he broke his wrist at Liège-Bastogne-Liège in April. On the up side, he'll be fresh going into the Tour de France, but he acknowledges he'll be short of racing and that his wrist may still be hampering his punchy style. We hear what the two-time Tour champ has to say.
Canyon//SRAM are in the midst of a doping after their Belgian sprinter and world track champion Shari Bossuyt tested positive at the Tour of Normandy in March. We look at why Bossuyt's case has already taken a bizarre twist, evoking comparisons with cyclo-cross star Toon Aerts' positive test from 2022.
RadioCycling's first episode featured the story of the Russian Olympic track medallist and leading women's racer with close links to the Russian army. Four weeks on, the UCI has cracked down on such riders by tightening its rules on access to its racers.
Something fishy in Uzbekistan? After Uzbek riders were accused of getting assistance from motorbikes at a race in their homeland, we speak to a highly experienced former WorldTour rider who was also at the event to get his take.