Posted 30th May

Hansgrohe teams up with The Cycling Podcast

30th May 2019 - 08:00am
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Following a “successful relationship” in 2018, Hansgrohe has once again teamed up the UK’s “premier” cycling podcast, The Cycling Podcast, to allow listeners to download to km0 feature episodes for each of 2019’s Grand Tours for free.

“The three Grand Tours will yet again be the pinnacle in the cycling calendar this year, with the Tour de France celebrating 100 years of the Maillot Jaune,” said Hansgrohe UK’s Anand Gandesha. “After a successful relationship in 2018, we are delighted to expend our partnership with The Cycling Podcast to bring km0 to the listeners for all three Grand Tours in 2019.

“The Bora-Hansgrohe team have had a really good start to the season, and we’re proud Hansgrohe showers and taps enable them to refresh after a hard day in saddle. Hopefully the podcast will feature some stage wins for the team this year… and maybe a few jerseys too!”

The Cycling Podcast’s Richard Moore added: “We are thrilled that Hansgrohe view their partnership with The Cycling Podcast in 2018 in such a positive light that they have chosen to expand their involvement across all three Grand Tours.

“Our partners are exactly that, enabling us to bring coverage and insight from the world’s best races and riders, and Hansgrohe’s involvement this year means we can bring km0 to listeners for free for all of the Grand Tours for the first time.”


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