He is pretty transparent, you could listen to one of the two off-season resistance training for cyclists and do the program without purchasing it.
Most of the post-base 8-12 hours/week plans look pyramidal to my eyes. There is a Sweet Spot 4 plan that is called polarized and looks polarized. You can find example weeks of his plans on the webpage of each plan. For example here is week2 of climbing intervals on my calendar:
Doesn’t look polarized to me. That comes after 24 or 30 weeks of off-season & base, if you were using his off-the-shelf plans.
Road racing intervals are similar, look pyramidal. For example week 3 is 4-min vo2max (full-gas), 3x10 at FTP, endurance, 3 hour group ride on Sat, and 2.5 hour zone2 on Sunday. Looks pyramidal to me, depending on what you ride on Saturday and your definition of Wednesday’s 30-minutes of FTP intervals.