MILAN SAN REMO is the first episode of the second season of BEYOND THE PELOTON, and tells the story of the team's bid to capture the top podium spot after last year's narrow loss. With Haussler out with a knee injury, and Thor sick, the team realizes last year's successes are far from given.
PARIS ROUBAIX is the second episode of the second season of BEYOND THE PELOTON. We catch up with the classics team in France for one of the biggest monuments of them all and learn that success isn't always only measured by first, second or third, but rather how well you can work together as a team.
TOUR OF CALIFORNIA part 1 is the third episode of the second season of BEYOND THE PELOTON. This year's Tour of California is the most prestigious stage race to ever take place in the USA. Heinrich is back after knee surgery and the team is set to deliver their sprinter Theo Bos to the line for a win, but there's more than just racing: product development and fan access also play a big roll in this year's trip to the Golden Coast.
TOUR OF CALIFORNIA part 2: After Brett's win on stage two, the team enjoys some time with the leaders jersey, albeit though short lived. Picking up on stage three, the physical demands of the race are starting to turn this Tour of California into a battle for survival.
TOUR OF CALIFORNIA part 3: With the end of the tour of california in their sights the team focusses on grabbing another stage win, but with more mountains to come and a blistering pace their struggles are far from over. However before the race is done Brett will debut Cervelo's latest bike built right here in California and a rider on the team finds himself in the spotlight for the first time.
TOUR DE FRANCE part 1 is the first installment in the fourth official episode of the second season of BEYOND THE PELOTON. After a rough season, Thor is back to defend his Green Jersey win last year. Sure, a broken collar bone that has barely healed hinders his sprints, but there is also stage 3, right up his alley, on Paris-Roubaix cobbles. Carlos, no longer the defending Yellow Jersey winner, is much more relaxed than last year -- more interested in showing his impeccable sportsmanship at the greatest Grand Tour of the all, and keeping an eye out for a new generation of riders.
TOUR DE FRANCE part 2 is the second installment in the fourth official episode of the second season of BEYOND THE PELOTON. After Thor's victory on stage 3, the team now focus on keeping him in green, but it's turning out to be tougher than expected, with a new rival hot on his heels. Meanwhile, Carlos waits for the first big mountains of the race, quietly hiding from the spotlight until it's his time to shine. For the rest of the team, it's all about survival, staying healthy and out of trouble.
TOUR DE FRANCE part 3 is the third installment in the fourth official episode of the second season of BEYOND THE PELOTON. The team has made it to the first rest day, but there's still a long way to go before reaching Paris. Thor continues to prove that he'll be fighting for points anywhere his legs will take him. For Carlos, things really start to heat up. It's now or never, as the mountains get bigger and the stakes go up.
TOUR DE FRANCE part 4 is the fourth installment in the fourth official episode of the second season of BEYOND THE PELOTON. We're almost in Paris, and while Carlos' chances of moving up in the GC are starting to fade, Thor's battle for the green jersey couldn't be any closer. Survival is the name of the game as the world's toughest stage starts to take it's toll on the team.
After the Tour, we catch up with the women's team in Vårgårda, Sweden, where they'll be competing in two World Cup races. The CTT women's squad is one of the top teams in the world, and as defending champions in the team time trial, they have high hopes for a repeat victory. However, they'll have to overcome bad weather, a last minute change in the roster and their own when they roll down the starting ramp: it's not going to be easy.
In the second part of the Season 2 final episode, we follow the women's team in Vårgårda, Sweden, the second of the weekend's World Cup races after they had won first race, the Team Time Trial. This time they are determined to not come in second place as they did last year.