Race. Perspective. Now.

THEMOVE is an incisive perspective on the Tour de France and cycling, triathlon and endurance sports with special guest appearances, course previews and race anaylsis inside these worlds of suffering and splendor like no one else.

TIME TO MAKE IT.

theMove.png
THEMOVE_2018 TDF ST 13.jpg

Listen: iTunes|Soundcloud|Spotify

Echamos un primer vistazo a las diferentes etapas del Tour de Francia del próximo año que se anunciaron hoy en París y analizamos las dificultades y desafíos de la ruta.

El Tour 2022 Masculino comienza en Copenhague y permanece en Dinamarca durante las primeras 3 etapas, antes de viajar al norte de Francia.

La primera semana será principalmente llana pero muy estresante, especialmente con el regreso de los adoquines en la etapa 5.

En la etapa 7 tendremos la primera prueba real para los grandes favoritos con el final en La Planche des Belles Filles.

Luego es hacia los Alpes con el regreso de la famosa subida del Alpe d’Huez y de allí a los Pirineos con la tremenda subida de Hautacam.

La última gran prueba será la contrarreloj individual de 40 km del...

more
THEMOVE_2018 TDF ST 16.jpg

Listen: iTunes|Soundcloud|Spotify|YouTube|Facebook

The Tour de France for women is back, and it was about time.

We had the chance to see this new course over 8 stages which will be contested by 22 teams, and what a nice competition it will be starting in Paris on the 24th of July next year.

After some flat stages, the race will tackle a difficult stage over white gravel roads, then some hillier stages before ending with two real mountain stages in the mountains of the Vosges, with a very hard and spectacular finish of the race on the famous Planche des Belles Filles.

The big question: Who can challenge and try to beat the big favorite, Annemiek Vanvleuten?

We will find out at the end of...

more
THEMOVE_2019-tdf-1.jpeg

Listen: iTunes|Soundcloud|Spotify|YouTube|Facebook

We take a first glimpse at the different stages of next year’s Tour de France which were announced today in Paris and analyze the difficulties and challenges of the route.

The Tour 2022 starts in Copenhagen and stays in Denmark for the first 3 stages, before traveling to the North of France.

The first week will be mainly flat but very stressful, particularly with the return of the cobblestones on stage 5.

On stage 7 we will have the first real test for the big favorites with the finish on La Planche des Belles Filles.

Then it’s towards the Alps with the return of the famous climb of Alpe d’Huez and from there to the Pyrenees featuring the extremely hard...

more
THEMOVE_2018 TDF ST 6.jpg

Listen: iTunes|Soundcloud|Spotify|YouTube|Facebook

Today the season of the monument classics ends with the “race of the falling leaves”, the Giro di Lombardia.

We were privileged to watch a real cycling spectacle with a battle amongst almost all the big names in the international peloton.

With 35kms to go, double Tour de France winner Tadej Pogaçar attacked, and none of the other strongmen had a response to this attack.

Only the Italian Fausto Masnada was able to return to the wheel of the Slovenian rider on the descent of the last climb, but he was no rival for Pogaçar's in the final sprint.

Pogaçar thus ends the 2021 season, winning 2 monuments and the Tour...

more
THEMOVE_2019-tdf-3.jpeg

Listen: Itunes|Soundcloud|Spotify

Hoy se acaba la temporada de las grandes clásicas con “la carrera de las hojas muertas”, el Giro di Lombardia.

Pudimos asistir a un espectáculo de ciclismo con una lucha entre casi todos los grandes nombres del pelotón internacional.

A 35kms del final atacó el doble ganador del Tour de Francia Tadej Pogaçar, y ninguno de los otros hombres fuertes tuvo una respuesta a este ataque bastante lejano.

Solamente el Italiano Fausto Masnada pudo regresar a la rueda del corredor esloveno en la bajada del último puerto, pero no era rival de Pogaçar en el esprint final.

Pogaçar termina así la temporada 2021 ganando 2 monumentos y el Tour de Francia, algo que no pasó desde 1972 con Eddy Merckx.

more
THEMOVE_2018 TDF ST 20.jpg

Listen: iTunes|Soundcloud|Spotify

Por primera vez en más de 2 años, tuvimos el placer de volver a ver esta clásica épico, solo que esta vez en octubre en lugar de su fecha habitual en abril. La lluvia pronosticada lo hizo aún más dramático, ya que todos los 55 km de adoquines estaban cubiertos de barro.

Después de 258 km, tres corredores lucharon en un sprint en el icónico velódromo de Roubaix, y finalmente fue el campeón europeo e italiano Sonny Colbrelli quien superó al joven belga Florian Vermeersch y la superestrella holandesa Matthieu Vanderpoel.

También tuvimos el privilegio de presenciar la primera edición de París-Roubaix para mujeres, y aquí fue la ciclista británica Lizzie Deignan...

more
THEMOVE_2018 TDF ST 9.jpg

Listen: iTunes|Soundcloud|Spotify|YouTube|Facebook

For the first time in over 2 years, we had the pleasure to watch this epic classic again, only this time in October instead of April. The predicted rainfall made it even more dramatic, as all of the 55kms of cobblestones were covered in mud.

After 258kms, three riders battled it out in a sprint on the iconic velodrome of Roubaix, and it was European and Italian Champion Sonny Colbrelli who got the better of young Belgian Florian Vermeersch and Dutch superstar Matthieu Vanderpoel.

We were also privileged to witness history in the making with the first ever Paris-Roubaix for women, and it was British rider Lizzie Deignan who took the win after an...

more
THEMOVE_2018 TDF ST 11.jpg

Listen: iTunes|Soundcloud|Spotify

Johan slips back into his role as director at the Mallorca WEDU camp and he and JB discuss the reunion with Jan Ullrich. What went wrong for the Belgians during Worlds and could they have done anything anyway with the punchy acceleration of Julian Alaphalippe? Johan really breaks down what goes wrong when you are racing for a World Championship with your countrymen vs. your teammates. The guys also talk about the women’s race and the impressive win of Elisa Blasamo against the might Dutch riders.

more
THEMOVE_2019-tdf-4.jpeg

Listen: iTunes|Soundcloud|Spotify

En este episodio de La Movida, analizamos la victoria del francés Julian Alaphilippe quien repite el título mundial del año pasado. Fue el corredor más fuerte de la carrera, sin lugar a duda, independientemente de las estrategias de los otros equipos nacionales como Bélgica, Italia y Dinamarca, quienes eran los claros favoritos antes de empezar la prueba.

También hablamos sobre el emotivo reencuentro entre Jan Ullrich y Lance Armstrong que hubo lugar esta semana en Mallorca.

more
THEMOVE_2019-tdf-1.jpeg

Listen: iTunes|Soundcloud|Spotify|YouTube

In a very special edition of TheMove - recorded from our WEDŪ Camp in Mallorca, Spain, Johan joins Lance & George in person for the first time to talk about the 2021 World Champs. The crew walks through the tough course, Alaphilippe's impressive performance to keep the rainbow jersey for another year, and the disappointment for the Belgians' on home turf despite Remco stepping up in support of the team. The crew is joined by very special guest, long time friend and ultimate rival, Jan Ullrich. The crew is over-joyed at the reunion in Mallorca and that Jan is healthy and happy. Did the rivalry reign true all these years later on their ride yesterday? You'll have to listen to find out.

THEMOVE is presented by OURA....

more