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Rouleur Podcast 17.1  

When Rouleur Editor Ian Cleverly found a photograph of disgraced Tour De France winner Floyd Landis surrounded by marijuana plants he knew there was only one person - or maybe two - for the job. That's how Morten Okbo and photographer Jakob Kristian Sorenson found themselves in Las Vegas with Floyd, Dave Zabriskie and the mysterious Wolfman, looking for a weed convention. Having driven there in a 200-mph supercar on the Rouleur tab. Morten says he can't remember much about the trip, but he's written it up for this edition of the magazine and he talks about it on the podcast. Plus, praying for a wet Paris-Roubaix, Belgium's go-to collarbone fixer, the Rouleur Competition and - why is this edition called 17.1 and not 68? You'll have to listen to find out.

Rouleur Podcast 67 - Marshall Kappel and Drops Cycling  

This month, Ian Parkinson is talking pictures with Cycling Photographer of the Year Marshall Kappel and Rouleur Editor Ian Cleverly. In a world of instant photos and Instagram, how do photographers break through? And we meet Laura Massey and Alice Barnes of Drops Cycling, along with team manager Bob Varney. All that plus the Rouleur Competition and Peter Sagan's man bun.

Rouleur 66 - Classic Preview  

In this edition, we look forward to this year's Rouleur Classic event and revisit some of the highlights from last year - including Eddy Merckx, Fabian Cancellara and, of course, Kenny Van Vlaminck. Plus the results of the competition from Podcast 65 and your chance to win your own Maglia Rosa.

Rouleur Podcast 65  

Chris Juul-Jensen of Orica-Bike Exchange joins Ian Parkinson to talk literature, the frustrations of social media and the strange life of the pro-bike racer. Plus the results of the Podcast 63 competition and your chance to win a Tour De France roadbook, the "bible" of the world's greatest bike race. (THIS PODCAST INCLUDES SOME STRONG LANGUAGE)

Rouleur Podcast 63 - Boardman, Millar and Boulting.  

A Tour de France special for Issue 63 and, appropriately, two of the guests have worn the Maillot Jaune. Chris Boardman, David Millar and Ned Boulting join presenter Ian Parkinson to talk about the art of TV commentary, the Giro and, of course, the Tour. David Millar explains how Peter Sagan "defies the laws of physics" on a bike, Chris Boardman talks about the "compassionate ruthlessness" at the heart of the Medal Factory, and Ned Boulting reminisces about the time he met Davros the Dalek. Plus the latest Rouleur Competition.

Rouleur 62 Podcast - Stephen Roche  

It's a Giro d'Italia special this month, as presenter Ian Parkinson meets cycling legend Stephen Roche - winner of the Giro, Tour De France and World Championships in one memorable year. He talks about the famous duel in the 1987 Giro with teammate Roberto Visentini, which led to the "tifosi" turning against him and him fearing for his life. He also talks about THAT Phil Liggett commentary from the 1987 Tour De France. Yes, it's Roche, it really is Stephen Roche. Plus, Rouleur Editor Ian Cleverly has the Rouleur competition and looks suitably horrified at the other Ian's awful Italian accent.

Rouleur 61 Podcast  

Presenter Ian Parkinson pays a flying visit to the spiritual home of road cycling to meet the legendary "Lion of Flanders" Johan Museeuw. What does it mean to be a true Flandrien? Why is this small part of a small country so central to the history of bike racing? How do you ride steep cobbled hills? Lots of questions, and quite a few answers. Plus the Rouleur competition.

Rouleur Podcast 60  

Rouleur managing editor Andy McGrath joins presenter Ian Parkinson for a look at the strange world of the pre-season training camp. Featuring interviews with Sean "King" Kelly, and Liv-Plantur riders Molly Weaver and Leah Kirchmann. Plus, a tribute to Fabian Cancellara in his last season as a pro and the Rouleur competition.

Rouleur Podcast 59 - the Bob Parlee interview.  

Presenter Ian Parkinson and Rouleur Editor Ian Cleverly meet one of the most innovative and interesting of the new breed of bike manufacturers - Bob Parlee. Find out why he thinks carbon fibre, not steel, requires true craftsmanship, and why he's sceptical about "aero" shapes. Plus oyster farming, ski boots and boat design. And the return of the Podcast Competition.

The Rouleur Classic Podcast  

The podcast comes from the Rouleur Classic, a three-day bike show like no other bike show. Presenter Ian Parkinson speaks to Eddy Merckx, Lizzie Armitstead, David Millar, Fabian Cancellara, Chris Boardman, Mario Cipollini and British cycling legend Malcolm Elliott. He also has an unfortunate encounter in a car park with Kenny Van Vlaminck and the Top Bonk-Schleppers team bus.

Rouleur Podcast Issue 57: Tour de France Redux, Sean Kelly and Reinventing the Musette  

Jack Thurston says farewell and ITV Cycling's Ned Boulting joins new host Ian Parkinson and Rouleur Editor Ian Cleverly to discuss the contents of Issue 57, and anything else that comes to their minds - including this year's Tour De France, Matt Rendell's stylish "doorstepping" of French national treasure Laurent Jalabert, the legend of Sean Kelly and why the humble musette needs a 21st century makeover. Or not, depending on who you listen to.

The Rouleur Podcast Issue 56 - Rene Vietto's toe and grand tour food.  

Rouleur Editor Ian Cleverly and author Max Leonard join host Ian Parkinson at the historic Herne Hill Velodrome. Under discussion - body fat, Grand Tour Food, Rene Vietto's toe.

The Rouleur Podcast Issue 55  

The podcast for Rouleur Issue 55.

The Rouleur Podcast Issue 54  

Giorgia Bronzini, Helen Wyman, Reynolds Wheels.

Rouleur Podcast Issue 53  

The podcast for Rouleur Issue 53

Rouleur Podcast Issue 52  

Milton Keynes Cyclo Cross

Rouleur Podcast Issue 51  

The Danes Meet Lance, The Col D'Izoard, Lars Van Der Haar And Memories Of Condor Cycles.

Rouleur Podcast Issue 50  

The podcast for Rouleur Issue 50.

Rouleur Podcast Issue 49  

The Art Of Time Trialling, Planet X And Holdsworth And The Voice Of The Tour

Rouleur Podcast Issue 48  

Dave Rayner, Postcards From The Giro, GB National Road Race.

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