Crosshairs Radio Episode 65: TDDTIE (Lille, Hoogstraten & USAC Meetings)

For episode 65 of Crosshairs Radio, it’s another They Don’t Do That in Europe (TDDTIE) show with Scott Dedenback and Mr. David Palan. We wind down the DVV and Superprestige seasons and also discuss recent developments coming out of the  UCI race directors meetings held last week at USA Cycling headquarters in Colorado Springs.

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One thought on “Crosshairs Radio Episode 65: TDDTIE (Lille, Hoogstraten & USAC Meetings)

  1. My equal pay WC solution. Take men’should list top 20 and pay 85%. Pay women those same amounts. Only costs 1500 more euros than existing. Men currently get more than 4x women and 2.5x of them get paid.
    Oh, and Scott, your tennis example wasn’t the best. Women play 3 sets and men 5. Kinda like 40 vs 60 minutes.

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