The Cycling Book Club

Leading authors in the sport in conversation with Duncan Steer: live events, free podcasts and Zoom specials.

Emily Chappell. Podcast episode. Free

Edited version of our summer Zoomcast with the acclaimed author of What Goes Around (about her time as a London bike courier) and Where There’s A Will (about her 4000km unassisted ride across Europe in The Transcontinental race.) Stream it here.

The Medal Factory by Kenny Pryde. Podcast episode. Free

The forensically researched inside story of the rise of Team GB/Sky/Ineos, told by the former Cycle Sport writer. Recorded at our live event in Brighton, February 2020. Listen here.

Carlton Kirby Cycling Lock-In podcast. 13 Episodes. Free

Eurosport’s Voice of Cycling chats through the races postponed or cancelled during lockdown. Listen here.

Paris-Roubaix/A Sunday in Hell night. Zoomcast recording: £5

William Fotheringham discusses (and shows his favourite clips from) the classic documentary A Sunday in Hell. Stream it here.

Emily Chappell Zoomcast recording. £5

90-minute special with the endurance cyclist and acclaimed author of Where There’s a Will. Stream it here.

William Fotheringham podcast episode. Free

William discusses Paris-Roubaix, starting Procycling magazine and his acclaimed biographies of Coppi, Merckx and Simpson. Listen here.

Jeremy Whittle, direct from the 2020 Tour de France. Zoomcast recording. Free

Jeremy Whittle (The Guardian, BBC Five Live) discusses life inside the 2020 Tour bubble and takes viewers’ questions. Stream it here.

Cycling Quiz night

We ran a free Cycling Quiz in September, with Brainy Bikers, producers of three new sets of cycling quiz cards – ideal stocking fillers (or main presents) for the cycling fan in your life (or you)! Find out more (or buy some) here

Carlton Kirby Tour de France Zoomcast recording. £5

Ninety minutes of chat with Carlton Kirby and host Duncan Steer, plus magical musical guests direct from Paris. Stream it here.

Beryl Burton Zoomcast, with William Fotheringham. £5

Our night celebrating perhaps the greatest British cyclist of all, with her biographer William Fotheringham and former rival Sue Rogers (nee Fenwick). Stream it here.

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