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Features
The PezCyclingNews Features section is where you'll find some of our best stories, the kind that make us want to ride our bikes, and remind us why we love cycling and cycle sport so much. With over 1000 original articles posted so far, there's plenty of great reading here to entertain, whether you've got 5 minutes or 5 hours. Or let us serve up a tasty dish of random stories - just click the Randomizer for a completely random selection of stories pulled from our entire database - just click the 'infinity' button in the header, and enjoy!


Monday July 17, 2017
It's the final days to enter to win American Classic wheels - the 420 Aero 3 wheels to be exact, plus join Ed & Martin for their Rest Day Roadside Round-up from Le Tour de France as the race heads in the Alps for its final week, check EuroTrash for all the latest updates from France, and lots more on site.
Sunday July 2, 2017
Tour Roadside Stage 1: After the fun of the teams' presentation, Leslie Reissner had his Tour de France time trial baptism in the rain of Düsseldorf on Saturday. Leslie braved the deluge to catch a full day of action from the warm-up right through to the race climax. The rain in Germany falls mainly on the Rhine!
Friday June 30, 2017
Tour Roadside: Dusseldorf on the Edge of the Tour de France. The 2017 Tour de France is very nearly on the move, and our PEZman, Leslie Reissner, is in Düsseldorf for the Tour off. He's been rubbing shoulders with the riders in the press conferences and taking in the teams' presentation in a whirlwind first day.
Monday June 26, 2017
Retro Clothing Feature: After taking a close look at the bike equipment of the past, Ed Hood turns his eye on the clothing we tolerated back in the day. The Continental riders could turn just about anything into sartorial elegance - the rest of us looked and felt terrible. Don't live in the past.
Sunday June 25, 2017
Tour de France 2017: With less than a week to go to the Tour de France 'Grand Départ' in Düsseldorf; ASO have taken a close look at the mythical climb of the Col d'Izoard with its lunar landscape. On the 20th of July, the 18th stage of the 2017 Tour will finish on the summit of the Col d’Izoard for the first time.
Friday June 23, 2017
The passing of Hein Verbruggen on the 14th June went without much ceremony, with barely more than a mention in even the Dutch press. The ex-UCI president was a controversial character and less than popular in many circles. Joe Harris and Steve Maxwell of The Outer Line had a long interview with Verbruggen.
Monday June 19, 2017
Retro Equipment Feature: Ed Hood looks back at his memories of riding the equipment that people now collect and call vintage and nostalgia, as a whole new section of the cycling community wants to ride l'Eroica events. Ed remembers the bad old days when the equipment maybe wasn't as good as the modern kit.
Sunday June 18, 2017
The Tour de France “La Course” has been shifted out of the global spotlight of the Champs Elysees and moved to a one-day mountain challenge. This change is both a tangible and a symbolic step backwards. This third and final article, we look ahead and suggest how women can change the future direction of their sport.