Rapha presents Talking Luft!
Durbo has been on Talking Luft before – both versions 1.0 and 2.0, so this week it’s Talking Luft 3.0 – and I had something a little different lined up for him. A quiz.
It’s Cobbled Classics time, he’s up in Holland getting ready for Paris-Roubaix & I thought I’d test his knowledge on the race & a whole lot more.
Can he name 5 Paris–Roubaix cobbled sectors?
Does he know how many metres the Roubaix velodrome is?
Who was best known in the peloton for the cut-off casquette?
Most importantly, I ask him questions about the history of cap style, bikes & beers, plus I throw him some scenarios that aren’t too far from what might happen out on a training ride.
It’s another week of laughs, because let’s be honest, I really just could chat to him all day. If you haven’t listened to our Cobbled classics episode from last week, it’s the perfect warm up for Paris-Roubaix this weekend.
This was a bit of fun, and something completely different to our usual Talking Luft. I hope you enjoy playing along!
Or listen below:
0:00min to 2:00 – Snippet from last week’s ‘Talking Cobbled Classics‘ episode with Luke Durbridge
2:00min to 4:00 – Talking Luft 3.0 Intro
4:00min to 29:50 – Talking Luft 3.0 – The Quiz – with Luke Durbridge
29:50min to end – Outro
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