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We've got a couple of exciting last-minute additions with Tom Pidcock and sprinting superstar Andre Greipel joining us for the first time on Friday, November 4 and the Lion of Flanders returns to Rouleur Live on Saturday, November 5.

See below for the full schedule of each day.

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Thursday

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Opening night starts off local with stars made in Herne Hill followed by Jonathan Vaughters opining on pro cycling and then an extraordinary season for women's cycling dissected, we'll be covering the business and sporting side.

Kasia Niewiadoma and Taylor Phinney talk about how their relationship off the bike has changed their careers on it, before Tom Boonen and Fabian Cancellara take to the stage for the first time since they retired. Then the night is ended with The Breakaway - Orla, Dan and Adam on stage and unleashed!

Thursday is now sold out

Friday

With plenty of gravel and endurance races on the schedule, Friday has an even broader palette of cycling, with the pros riding these new events and the organisers themselves on stage. Simon Mottram and Sir Paul Smith will talk about how their passion for cycling influenced the whole of their lives and careers in what is sure to be a popular talk.

Tom Pidcock and Andre Greipel are an exciting addition sprinting in at the last minute and then the headline act is Demi Vollering and Kasia Niewiadoma on stage together - two superstars of cycling.

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Saturday

With 2012 Olympic star Ed Clancy on stage on Saturday, we'll look at the future of track cycling while Ben O'Connor, Anna Henderson and Carlos Verona will talk about the changing strategies of stage racing.

The organisers of the Transcontinental and Badlands races will talk onstage about the future of a new type of cycling race, before legendary Flandrien Johan Museeuw examines some of its most exalted past.

Demi Vollering returns on Saturday for a second session, before Lachlan Morton closes the show with tales of his extraordinary exploits on the roads less travelled.

Under 16s also go free.

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