We speak to her about her second place in La Fleche Wallone and fourth in Liege-Bastogne-Liege.
Candice Lill talks about how she plans to further her career abroad and Moolman-Pasio gives us her perspective on what it takes to make it in Europe.
We also give a round-up of the men’s classics season and ask Jay Thomson to take us through his Paris-Roubaix, where he made the main break.
Clint Hendricks and Alan Hatherly talk about their bronze medals at the Commonwealth Games and Myles van Musschenbroek shares his thoughts on the Amashova Durban Classic’s extended route.
We catch up with joBerg2c organiser Craig Wapnick to find out why the UCI were unhappy about their plans to give the mixed section World Champs status.
These and several other races – such as the Double90 Team Challenge, Winelands MTB Encounter and 36ONE MTB Challenge – are covered in this edition of the “world’s fastest cycling magazine show”.
Episode 15 includes:
- Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio finishes second in La Fleche Wallone and just misses out on a podium at Liege-Bastogne-Liege;
- Candice Lill launches overseas racing career;
- Moolman-Pasio explains what it takes to succeed in Europe;
- Jay Thomson suffers a crucial mechanical at Paris-Roubaix;
- Clint Hendricks and Alan Hatherly win bronze medals at Commonwealth Games;
- Myles van Musschenbroek gives thumbs up to Amashova Durban Classic’s extended route;
- Calvin Beneke talks about Double90 Team Challenge victory;
- Kevin Benkenstein finishes second in 36ONE MTB Challenge;
- Gert Heyns and Arno du Toit win Winelands MTB Encounter; and
- joBerg2c organisers in hot water with UCI.
UCI, ASO, Supersport/Multichoice, Amashova Durban Classic, Bigshot Media, Ratrace Media, Robert Ward, Hayden Brown, joBerg2c, Relotex Photography, Stiehl Photography, Velofocus, Cape Epic, Tiz-cycling.racing, Oakpics, Em Gatland