The 2018 Tour de France route is out, including a Vendée Grand Départ, the cobbles of Paris-Roubaix, Alpe d’Huez and a 65km short, very sharp Pyrenean stage.
Rouleur Editor Andy McGrath joins Ian Parkinson to pick through the parcours. On paper, it looks like a course made for a fifth Froome victory. But the innovative route holds a few possible traps and challenges. And what about the important issues? The cathedral in Chartres, the regional sausages and the Pyrenean pig festival?
Plus we talk to the UK Managing Director of the Swiss clothing company Assos, and give away tickets to the Rouleur Classic in the podcast quiz.