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On the one year anniversary of Steve Hed's passing, John Howard remembers a man who inspired, invented, and gave cycling many things to be thankful for.
With the 'discovery' that Russian athletics has been embroiled in underhand doping practices, showing that the problem isn't confined to cycling, Lee Rodgers asks the question 'how deep does it go?' That throws up the next question of 'conflict of interest'.
US Cycling is under new management and the Giro is planning to start in Japan, just the sort of fodder for Lee Rodgers to get his teeth into. In Lee's eyes the US change can only be a good thing, but could the Giro money not be spent in a better way, the Giro Rosa?
The roads, fields and forests of France that are today the perfect picnic spot to set up camp and awaiting passage of the world's greatest cycling race, were once fields of fire where killing the enemy was the only thing that mattered.
They say you shouldn’t mix Tramadol and beer but what the heck, let’s see what happens. I should state that whilst I am drinking an actual beer, I’m not actually taking Tramadol but rather writing about it.
The Taiwan KOM Challenge is an utterly unique experience. Each year the prestige and mystique of this 105 kilometer event boasting over 3275m of elevation gain continues to grow. For this fourth edition our intrepid Coach Matt McNamara set out to tackle the beast…
Film Review: Ed Hood loves cycling and going to the cinema. So what better mix than a cycling movie? The new Lance Armstrong film was his choice flick of week-end - here is what he thought of the 'Block Buster'.
Ed Hood caught up with 'Wheel Wizard' Bill Shook - founder and chief brain of American Classic wheels - to get the deeper story on his products and philosophy on building the best wheels.
In the middle of his busiest time of the year, Lee Rodgers still managed to send in his Lowdown from the Taiwan KOM Challenge. But it's not all plain sailing, a landslide is one of those problems even Lee just couldn't plan for.
Congratulations to Richard Smith of Fairview Park OH, winner of the CompuTrainer & RM1 software suite from RacerMate. In spite of the recent heatwave in his region, winter is set to descend within weeks, which makes perfect timing to begin his best season of indoor training ever.
Book Review: Imagine finding an old shoebox filled with bike racing photos from a time long since past. Welcome to the world of “Shoulder to Shoulder,” the latest dive into the Horton Collection.
Being creative is synonymous with thinking & doing "outside the box". Never one to penned him himself, John Howard explores how exploring, expressing, and nurturing our creativity can also make us better cyclists.
Lee Rodgers is here to chase away those post-season blues with his take on a roller-coaster journey from the latest Lance Armstrong machinations, to the Taiwan KOM Challenge, onto the ride of the season and a surprisingly a big finish with car free cities in the future.
Sky rider Danny Pate is off to ride for the Optum team in 2016 and as a rider who hates doping, Lee said: "let’s talk about him." A 'clean American' rider from the last generation is quite unique, his opinions seem to have started a war of words.
New bike, new kit or new wheels, all great things to lift your motivation for a ride. The problem that Lee Rodgers has on his ride is not the 'bling' but the modern technology, well, any technology. Electric gears, tubeless tires and power meters are all there just to wind Lee up and ruin a good bike ride.
The cyclo-cross season is upon us and what better way to celebrate than a 'Photog's View' from Angelica and Travis Dixon from the Holy Week of cyclo-cross in New England. The Gran Prix of Gloucester and the Providence KMC Cyclocross Festival are the biggest cyclo-cross events of the season - The Holy Week of Cross:
Chuck Peña rode the Worlds road race course for PEZ to preview the sights of Richmond before the fans arrived. So it was only fair that we send him back with his camera for the week-end of the championships to get the 'Chuck Peña Angle' on all the action from the 2015 Richmond Worlds.
The announcement of Ivan Basso's retirement from competition has thrown Lee Rodgers off his original subject of the Giro di Lombardia. As these things go, one thing led to another and he has broadened his horizons for a good rant at all things doping, team management, celebrity, the UCI and that man Armstrong.
Lombardia Preview: Utter confusion was the look on my face when Alessandro handed me the old newspaper and said it was a gift. Upon closer inspection, I realized I was holding the official program of the 1952 Giro di Lombardia – in mint condition! Once I got over the shock that such a treasure still existed – I couldn’t wait to share it with PEZ-Fans…
Photog's Veiw: I hope all the PEZ fans enjoyed viewing my images posted in Pelo Pics throughout this year’s UCI World Championships. I had big expectations for the venue and the caliber of racing I was likely to experience, and Richmond did not disappoint!