Rapha presents Talking Luft!
Arm warmers over or under sleeves? Gloves or no gloves? Sunglasses over or under helmet straps?
After our Giro episode last week, I’ve got American pro Joe Dombrowski back on the pod. And this week we’re Talking some Luft. 2.0 to be exact.
Talking Luft 2.0 is always a bit of fun, and I ask him questions about the little intricacies of style in the pro peloton.
We talk the evolution of aero jerseys, pasta in the morning, hidden snickers bars in your feed bag, biblical salt-passing folklore, coffee stop snacks and much more!
This was a good laugh and I hope you enjoy the listen.
Stay tuned next week for my episode with Esteban Chaves.
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Or listen below:
0:00min to 1:38 – Snippet from last week’s episode ‘For the Love of the Giro d’Italia’ with Joe Dombrowski
1:38min to 4:00 – Talking Luft Intro
4:00min to 28:00 – Talking Luft 2.0 with Joe Dombrowski
28:00min to end – Outro
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Listen to Joe’s story coming up into the ranks of pro cycling from my series ‘My Giro, My Team’ at the Giro 2018:
My Giro, My Team Episode #3 – Joe Dombrowski
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This episode is brought to you by Rapha, makers of the world’s finest cycling clothing & accessories and the worlds largest cycling club, RCC. Find out more about Rapha: their kit, their club, their events and awesome clubhouses at rapha.cc.
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