Ned completed his 20th Tour de France for ITV sport this summer, (albeit from the remote location of a castle in Maidstone), having reported on the event since its centenary year. He is a best selling author, having penned four cycling titles and widely acknowledged as one of the most intelligent, respected and loved members within the wider sports media. Known for his stage productions, his 2022 tour of the UK will see theatres packed across the country as he recreates the Tour de France in a one man show in October/November. His next book is due to launch pre-TdF 2023.
David Millar is the only British cyclist to have worn all leaders jerseys at the TdF. He also wore the leader’s jersey in all three Grand Tours and won stages in each. He was one of the Garmin team which finished in second place in the Team Time Trial of the 2009 Tour de France. Despite not featuring under the umbrella of a hugely popular Team Sky generation, David is one of the most recognisable and respected figures within British Cycling over the past 20 years. After his retirement from the sport in 2014 he founded CHPT3, his cycling brand. Since 2015 David has become an integral part of ITV’s TdF coverage alongside Ned. Recognisable by his stylish and highly intelligent and in depth analysis, his ability to draw on his experiences as both a cyclist and co-owner of a professional team is compelling.
Peter Kennaugh MBE has enjoyed a prestigious career in professional cycling; An Olympic Gold medallist who has tasted success at the top of elite cycling on road and track, from being the fucking first British rider to win atop Alpe d’Huez through to wearing the iconic stripes of the British National Championship jersey for two consecutive years, rare... Peter now focuses on developing the next generation of young talent, as Head of Performance at Trinity Racing.