Rouleur at the Worlds, Glasgow
On stage, we're hosting a series of interviews and discussions with some of the most interesting people in cycling in Drygate Brewery, followed by a night of music until the small hours.
Drygate is an independent craft brewery in the east of the city. A converted box factory, reflecting Glasgow’s industrial past, sitting on the route of the race.
With our partners, Zwift & Ribble joining us and a host of cycling memorabilia on display, enjoy the award-winning beers brewed on the premises with like-minded cycling fans and enthusiasts from around the globe.
Space is limited so make sure you get your ticket early, only £5 each – including your first beer FREE
Sat August 12 (6pm-1am) – The night before the Women Elite Road Race
Sun August (6pm-1am) – The night of the Women Elite Road Race
Brilliant evening in the company of fellow cyclist, event was superbly organised, great guests Matt Stephens, Ben Healey (Legend) really modest, friendly and had time for everyone that spoke to him. Really good way to End a fantastic day at the men’s elite road race.
Rouleur at the Worlds
Excellent evening, with interesting and informative interviews.
Great Rouleur event… as always!
It was brilliant and good value to have a mini Rouleur Live at the worlds. Hence the 5 star review - great event. Constructive feedback - it’s interesting to hear from Gravel riders and Maddie seemed lovely. But when the audience is primarily big Road fans (in town en masse for the road worlds) to hear - over and over and over and over that “it’s not like that on the road / that wouldn’t happen on the road” from both the interviewer and interviewee - with the inference about road being a negative one - became really frustrating. And confusing, the audience (customer) was Road fans and a lot of negative vibes about Road was a common thread. And not really an accurate one either. Opposing teams/riders on the road wouldn’t help other riders out of water was a point. Well, you can sometimes see on GCN helpers giving bottles/taking discarded kit from riders on other teams. Point being I’m not sure gravel exclusive riders really know road in order to negatively assess it.