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  • Thursday July 30, 2015

    Tour de France 2015 - stage 14

    Steve Cummings adds a win to his palmares every year and this year it was a big one; stage 14 of the Tour de France. Steve is not the first rider you would think of when you see a summit finish to the parcour, but on that day to Mende he used cunning and perfect timing to outwit the French pair of Pinot and Bardet.

  • Friday July 24, 2015

    TDFR 2014 - stage -19

    In-between eating mussels and drinking beer on the Tour de France rest day, Ed Hood managed to also get some work done. Mark Cavendish's right-hand-man in the sprints is Mark Renshaw, he's been a lead-out man and a sprinter in his own right. So here is the story from the pointy, fast end of the peloton.

  • Wednesday June 17, 2015

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    Gordon Singleton came up through the ranks, first riding the track at 17 years old in Canada before jumping over to England to learn his trade in the 'dog-eat-dog' hotbed of cycling in Liverpool. A rainbow jersey was his aim and in 1982 he grabbed one, but it could/should have been two. Ed Hood gets the inside story.

  • Wednesday June 10, 2015

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    Ed Hood has a ride down memory lane with Canadian ground breaker, Ron Hayman. The man from British Columbia (via Scotland) made the bold step of moving to Belgium to fight amongst the hardest men in cycle sport on the hardest roads. From there he cut a fine career in the top US teams in the 80's.

  • Wednesday May 20, 2015

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    From broken-boned tears of frustration to racing through her blue and yellow-painted Flemish home-from-home in just three weeks. For one of the most stunningly consistent female riders of the last 6 years, recovering from a broken collarbone is just one of many victories.

  • Friday May 15, 2015

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    Being a Pro cyclist isn't all top hotels, big team busses and 1st class travel, on the lower rungs of the professional cycle sport life is not so easy. Logan Loader is in Italy on the Continental team Amore & Vita, Ed Hood found out what life is like on the lower step.

  • Wednesday May 13, 2015

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    INTERVIEW: He’s been called the international voice of cycling by one of the sports top pros, and has become a key part of the daily spectacle of the sport. I talked to Anthony McCrossan about life as the Giro’s first English-speaking roadside commentator.

  • Friday May 8, 2015

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    The Southeast Regional Series presented by BikeReg showcases some of the best teams. One of the men's elite teams that has dominated the leaderboard is the United Healthcare of Georgia p/b The 706 Project. Austin Ulich, won in Walton County, his teammate Andy Scarano placed second. We caught up for a chat.

  • Saturday May 2, 2015

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    Who are The Veloroos? Well they are the first Australian, all female team, to take part in the brutal Race Across America the 3000 mile (4828km) non-stop race from the west to east coast of the U.S.A. With the big race starting on 20th June we thought we'd check in now with the girls to hear about their preparation, hopes and fears as their date with destiny approaches...

  • Thursday April 30, 2015

    Cycling: BMC Racing Team 2015

    Joey Rosskopf has had a hard baptism of fire in the European Spring Classics and as he recovers before the Tour de Yorkshire this weekend, Ed Hood managed to catch-up with the BMC rider to hear all about it. The life of a young American in Europe:

  • Saturday April 25, 2015

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    His stats for Liege read like this: 1979, 20th: 1981, 11th: 1982, 10th: 1984, 1st: 1985, 4th: 1986, 12th: 1987, 20th; 1988, 5th: 1989, 1st – good enough to tell us a little about La Doyenne? Yeah, we thought so too: PEZ talked to Sean Kelly about the oldest, and many would say the hardest of the ‘monuments’.

  • Saturday March 28, 2015

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    Pro Interview: One of the big changes coming soon in the season will be that of Bradley Wiggins stepping down from Team Sky after Paris-Roubaix to headline his own Continental team, WIGGINS. The guys at Southeast Regional Series recently caught up with Brit racer, Daniel Patten who is also a member of WIGGINS and a man who won the SRS race in Knoxville last year.

  • Thursday March 26, 2015

    2015 Team Novo Nordisk

    Thomas Raeymaekers was on his way to a promising career, in the best under 23 team in Belgium and then he finds out he has diabetes and was advised to hang up his wheels. From his hospital bed he saw the Tour of Turkey and knew he had a future in the peloton. This is his story:

  • Saturday March 14, 2015

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    Rider Interview: Always one with an eye on young talent, Ed Hood has hit the ranks of Cult Energy, to find today's interviewee, Mads Pedersen. A big winner on the junior scene with a victory at Paris Roubaix, Worlds medals and more Pedersen is now in the Professional Continental ranks after the team stepped up a notch this year.

  • Tuesday March 10, 2015

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    Rudy Pevenage was the man behind Jan Ulrich and guided him to a Tour de France win and many other successes, but let's not forget he was a top rider in his own Pro career. Not much has been heard of the man from Moerbeke recently, so Ed Hood looked him up on his visit to Belgium for the Omloop.

  • Thursday February 26, 2015

    TDFR 2014 - stage -13

    Rider interview: Two interviews for the price of one as Alastair Hamilton has a very long chat with two of the most experienced American riders on the WorldTour. BMC's Peter Stetina and Brent Bookwalter were recently in Spain and PEZ had to get all the behind the scenes info on the 'Super Team'.

  • Monday February 23, 2015

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    Interview: Brian Vandborg retired at the end of 2013 after a career that saw him compete for CSC, Discovery, GLS, Liquigas, SpiderTech and Cannondale. Two teams folded and a season was ruined due to mononucleosis, but he was a strong team rider to the end. Ed Hood found out more about the man from Snejdjberg.

  • Thursday February 19, 2015

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    Rider Interview: Tom Boonen is a hero in Belgium, a great champion and also a nice guy to talk to. 'Tommeke' was training in Calpe, Spain (again) this month, so when the Etixx - Quick-Step team invited PEZ to come and talk we jumped at the chance to hear what the Tornado has in mind for 2015.

  • Tuesday February 17, 2015

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    David McKenzie put the ill-fated McCartney team firmly on the map with a stage win in the Giro d'Italia. But while the team folded and he never quite made it to cycling's top tier as a rider, he's become a successful TV commentator, and the man from Ballarat has no regrets.

  • Sunday February 15, 2015

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    US trackman Bobby Lea will soon be on the boards of Paris fighting for the World pursuit gold medal, so our '6 Day' expert, Ed Hood, talked to Bobby after a successful outing at the Berlin 6. With over twenty Elite titles to his name, there's a good chance of adding a Rainbow jersey to that total.