Adam Blythe Interviews is a new six-part series by The Cycling Podcast. In each episode Adam will interview a significant figure from the world of professional cycling.
In this episode, he sits down with Team Sky's Luke Rowe – who Blythe has known since they were both young children discovering bike racing.
In this informal conversation, Rowe talks about life at Team Sky, the other teams who were interested in him when he was about to turn pro, and the terrible leg break he suffered on his brother's stag do that almost jeopardised his career.
Adam Blythe has ridden for some of the world's top teams, including BMC, Orica-GreenEdge, Tinkoff and Lotto-Soudal. He was the British road race champion in 2016 and won the London-Surrey Classic in 2014.
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