A golden age of cycling

Robyn Davidson interviews Ned Boulting for Cyclist magazine. This stuck out:

Are we in a golden age of cycling?

Wholeheartedly. Almost across the board, I think everything has changed unanimously for the better.

It’s been a few weeks now that I’ve had to reflect on this since commentating on the Tour de France, and I stick by my assertion in the cold light of day that Wout van Aert‘s ride at the Tour de France is not only emblematic of new racing, it’s an absolute flag bearer for new racing. It could well be the greatest ride in the history of the Tour de France. By any rider.

Boulting is a favorite commentator on cycling and his podcast Never Strays Far with David Millar and Pete Kennaugh is a must-listen.