• It would require a Herculean effort by Alberto Contador or Chris Froome to win the Vuelta. (Tim de Waele)Source: Tim de Waele
The year's final Grand Tour is in the home straight. It would require a near-catastrophic set of circumstances for Nairo Quintana to lose - but then again, this Vuelta has been anything but typical.
8 Sep 2016 - 2:47 PM  UPDATED 15 Sep 2016 - 3:33 PM

Speaking of things left field, should we legalise doping in cycling - or are we winning the war on drugs?

In arguably the most exciting Grand Tour of the season, podcasters Philip Gomes, Anthony Tan, and Jamie Finch-Penninger talk about the race to date and the final days, and incredibly for a trio of unlike minds, reach a consensus on the podium in Madrid.

The podcast usually runs every two weeks and is focussed on specific themes of the cycling season - reviews and previews of the classics, Grand Tours, world championships, Olympics and whatever else fires up the rotating crew of voices.

It is also available directly on SoundCloud and on iTunes so head online or open up your apps.