The return to racing – Podcast

Mads Pedersen at the Vuelta a Burgos (Image credit: Getty Images)

After months of inaction and cycling fans surviving off online racing and re-runs of their favorite races, world-class racing is finally back on our screens.

The sport is taking baby steps towards normality but both the men’s and women’s pelotons have taken part in a number of races. The Vuelta a Burgos is currently underway in Spain, and with the men’s and women’s Strade Bianche scheduled for Saturday, the WorldTour wheels are about to turn for the first time since March.

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