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Monday February 20, 2017
Rider Interview: New writer at PEZ, Luke Maguire, lives in the Basque Country and regularly trains with the stars on their home terrain. Luke's first interview is with Dimension Data's Igor Anton, a pro for over 12 years, but with a palmarès that possibly doesn't reflect his vast experience.
Sunday February 19, 2017
A legacy of abuse and sexism unfortunately continues to simmer just beneath the surface of women’s professional cycling – and particularly within the smaller and more thinly-supported teams. Steve Maxwell and Joe Harris from the Outerline talk to riders and suggest how to 'strengthen all of global pro cycling'.
Monday February 13, 2017
Race Report: The 54th edition of Italy's Trofeo Laigueglia ended in triumph for the host nation, as Fabio Felline took his first success of the season. Wearing the white jersey of the Italian national team, Felline rode to victory after launching an astonishing attack in the hilly finale and resisting the return of his rivals.
Saturday February 11, 2017
The spring classics are considered the most exciting single day races on the cycling calendar. From the cobbles and bergs of Flanders, to the pave of northern France to the hills of the Ardennes, these races have come to define the image of the hard men -and women- of cycling.
Friday February 10, 2017
Trofeo Laigueglia Preview: As the season and the weather starts to warm up in Europe, the race calendar hits the Italian Mediterranean coast for the Trofeo Laigueglia. Daniel Thévenon takes a look at the History, course and favorites for Sunday's Italian Semi-Classic.
Sunday January 29, 2017
Interview: Iris Slappendel was one of the most consistent one-day riders of her generation, adept at timing a winning move, and at strategically setting up her teammates for victory. The former top professional had many great moments in her career, numerous high placings and teammates’ victories in top-tier races. Her most notable career achievement was an unexpected and hard-fought National Championship of the Netherlands in 2014.
Tuesday January 24, 2017
TDU Photo Special: The Santos Tour Down Under, 2017's first WorldTour event of the year was won by BMC-TAG Heuer's Richie Porte, it wasn't a big surprise as the man from Launceston was race favorite before the start. Six stages, but only two winners; Porte took two stage wins and the little Orica-Scott rocket, Caleb Ewan won four. Yes, it was repetitive, but boring it was not.
Friday January 13, 2017
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Tuesday January 3, 2017
The curtain has come down on 2016 and so the 'PEZ Crew' review the past season, the high points of yet another fun packed year. But this is a running Chris Froome free area (mostly). Peter Sagan gets the vote of rider of the year, Matt Hayman does the ride of the year, Steven Kruijswijk the big loser and Esteban Chaves the man to watch. Season '16 in a nut shell.
Sunday December 25, 2016
Christmas morning, the kids have laid waste to their presents and now it's time for the food to be devoured and the feeling of regret as we dose in a chair in front of the TV. Well, thank goodness it's only once a year. Tomorrow; back on the bike for many of us, including the Pro teams, but first some Christmas greetings from around the World of cycling. Roll on 2017!
Friday December 23, 2016
As many of you will be finishing work on Friday for the holidays, we thought it would be the best idea to pass on our best regards for the 2016 season today, before the party begins! Everyone here at the PEZ Global HQ wish you and your families all the best for 2017 and thanks for reading and making it, yet again, a cycling season to remember.
Tuesday December 20, 2016
PEZ Holiday Gift Guide #6 is a diverse bag of suggestions. From Primal casual wear to complete bikes by Detroit and Canyon. In between we have Shoes from Bont and Sidi, glasses from Smith, Clement tires, custom cycling jerseys from Champion System, titanium key clip by Spurcycle, Capo wind jacket, wheels by Boyd, plus a torque wrench and valve silencers from Effetto Mariposa. Something for everybody.
Thursday December 15, 2016
If you are still struggling to find that perfect present for the cyclist in your life; today's PEZ Holiday Gift Guide might hold the answer. Creams and oils to pamper from OA Performance Products, clothing and shoes by Capo, RPM and Sidi, Kreitler Rollers, glasses from Tifosi, a bike build by Velofix DIRECT or security by OTTOLOCK. Not to forget some good reading matter - Greg LeMond: Yellow Jersey Racer. Less than ten days to go!
Wednesday December 14, 2016
Riding across the Pyrenees from cost to coast and back is one of the all time epic rides - eat, sleep, ride, repeat. It's a road cyclist's dream that PEZ-Fan Richard Watson lived for two weeks 2016, and now takes us along for the ride.
Tuesday December 13, 2016
A truly mixed bag of ideas in the fourth PEZ Holiday Gift Guide. Visit Belgium for Liege-Bastogne-Liege, jersey from Alé, Firstendurance EFS Pro drink, Polar M450 with GPS, the Bell Stratus helmet, Vision integrated handlebar, ANOUK frame by Scapin, Bkool smart trainer and Cycle Star Nanotech. Not long till Christmas!
Sunday December 11, 2016
The Cycliste Professionnels Associés (CPA) was formed in 1999, to better coordinate professional cycling’s pre-existing national rider associations, to “act as a reference point” in the case of issues which went beyond national borders, and more generally to protect the rights and interests of riders. The Outer Line takes a close look at the CPA.
Friday December 9, 2016
Gift Guide’16 #3 is not just packed full of present ideas for the holiday season, but also has discounts on American Classic wheels, Verge Sport clothing, Zevlin Products and Scapin frames. Plus gift suggestions from FSA, State Bicycle Co. Sports Optical and Brooks x Vault by Vans.
Tuesday December 6, 2016
Holiday Gift Guide #2 is full of just the stuff to please the in cyclist your life, specially if it is yourself! Clothing from Assos, Race Face and Genova Retro, saddle by Astute, training at home with the Sufferfest Training Centre App or abroad at the Garda Bike Hotel. Plus glasses from XX2i Optics and a beautiful retro steel frame from the Battaglin Collezione Speciale. All great gift ideas.
Friday December 2, 2016
Thanksgiving is behind us and that only means one thing… Yes, the Christmas holidays are only round the corner. They say ‘it is better to give than to receive,’ but it doesn’t stop you making some strong hints. Here are some great gift ideas from Campagnolo, Bell Helmets, Pioneer, Bikase, Giro, Science in Sport, Rudy Project, CompuTrainer and photographer Darrell Parks’ 2017 calendar.
Tuesday November 29, 2016
ANT is an ultra-low power (ULP) wireless protocol for sending information wirelessly from one device to another, so that your phone, bike computer, heart rate monitor, power meter and other training devices can talk to each other and allow technology to make your cycling (and life) better than ever. But how does it work?