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ARTICLES BY Paul Aubrey
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  • Sunday January 23, 2011

    There was only one certainty going into the final stage of the Tour Down Under; exciting racing. The majority attention focused on the looming GC battle for time bonuses between Matt Goss and Cameron Meyer, who were only separated by 8 seconds. With the intermediate sprints also offering time bonuses U23 World Champion Michael Matthews was also in the mix at 12 seconds behind Meyer.

  • Sunday January 23, 2011

    There was only one certainty going into the final stage of the Tour Down Under; exciting racing. The majority attention focused on the looming GC battle for time bonuses between Matt Goss and Cameron Meyer, who were only separated by 8 seconds. With the intermediate sprints also offering time bonuses U23 World Champion Michael Matthews was also in the mix at 12 seconds behind Meyer.

  • Saturday January 22, 2011

    As always stage 5 of the Tour Down Under promised to be the decisive stage, with 2 ascents of Willunga Hill. Willunga Hill never disappoints, and on Saturday, it lived up to its reputation once again. Read on!

  • Saturday January 22, 2011

    As always stage 5 of the Tour Down Under promised to be the decisive stage, with 2 ascents of Willunga Hill. Willunga Hill never disappoints, and on Saturday, it lived up to its reputation once again. Read on!

  • Sunday January 25, 2009

    With a 25 second advantage, Allan Davis’ position as race leader was not expected to be challenged today. Nevertheless we were in for some thrilling racing on the spectator-friendly street circuit in the heart of Adelaide. PEZ was once again on the scene and there to bring you all the action!

  • Saturday January 24, 2009

    Saturday's fifth round of fighting was always going to be the decisive stage - the only question was: how selective would it be? Word on the street is they are tough, but not hard enough to ensure a select group will make it to the finish before the peloton. Word on the street was correct: Allan Davis took his third stage and the overall is his!

  • Friday January 23, 2009

    After yesterday’s tough stage, the racers were looking forward to a more laidback ride as they ventured into the Barossa Valley. An early break plowed the leading furrow, but once again, it was not meant to be. The sprinters' teams amassed and another bunch sprint was had. Allan Davis was first across the line ahead of yesterday's winner, Graeme Brown.

  • Thursday January 22, 2009

    Stage 3 of the Tour Down Under proved to be a very exciting day of racing thanks to the challenging climatic conditions. Unlike the last few days where the temperature has been the key, the buffeting winds along the Fleurieu Peninsula dictated today’s action. By the end only 47 riders were left, and it was Graeme Brown who trumped ochred Allan Davis and Stuey O'Grady for the win.

  • Wednesday January 21, 2009

    The second stage of the Tour Down Under promised to be the first selective stage of the race. The undulating road from Hahndorf to Stirling coupled with a tough finishing circuit was supposed to cause the first culling of the favorites, but once again the sprinters surprised and a bunch kick was the order of the day.

  • Tuesday January 20, 2009

    Today saw the first day of racing for the 2009 ProTour season. The first stage was defined by an early break and crowned with yet another sprint victory at the Tour Down Under for Columbia's Andre Greipel. PEZ was on the scene for all the action.

  • Saturday January 17, 2009

    Next Tuesday the first ProTour event of the year begins the 2009 season at the Tour Down Under in Adelaide, Australia. In addition to marking Lance’s return to racing, the route has had a shake up becoming considerably more selective. PEZ have put in the hard yards to analyse the stages and come to the conclusion that you win need your climbing legs to win on this year’s edition.

  • Tuesday January 18, 2005

    Riders do all kinds of things to relax before the start of a big race, and it turns out Adelaide, Australia has some fine options. We hooked up with Navigator’s Phil Zajicek for the mother of all cheese hunts in the hours before the Tour Down Under.

  • Tuesday August 3, 2004

    Olympic Cycling is just around the corner, and the English-speaking contingent is stronger than ever, both on track and road. We talked to Australian team pursuit rider, Big Steve Wooldridge, after his gold medal-winning ride at the World’s in Melbourne. Here is what he had to say.

  • Friday May 28, 2004

    PEZ is at the Track Worlds right now in Melbourne Australia. We’re not sure what day it is, but Paul Aubrey talked to Aussie track star Sean Eadie – about the stuff that matters: squats, his facial hair, and disciplining unruly children…

  • Monday May 17, 2004

    PEZ was lucky to have a chat to Sarah Ulmer of New Zealand, the day after she took gold, in the women's individual pursuit at the Track World Cup with a time of 3.31.157. The ride was just out side Leontine Van Moorsal – Zylard’s world record time of 3.30.816.

  • Wednesday February 25, 2004

    On my first trip to Adelaide a back in 2002 I saw a bike that has stuck in my mind to this day. It was a Ciombola and had gold plated chain stays that caught my attention. At this year’s Tour Down Under, I had a chance to speak with Michael Abel, one half of the team behind the Ciombola label.

  • Wednesday January 28, 2004

    New Year = New Bikes! How’d you like a brand new, shiny high-end road rocket for Christmas EVERY year? – All you gotta do is join a pro team… Here’s 8 of the latest team bikes for you techno-geeks from the Tour Down Under…

  • Friday January 23, 2004

    The Tour Down Under stayed hot as today's stage finished in a bunch sprint won by Lotto-Domo's Robbie McEwen, but was by no means uneventful. A breakaway of 13 formed containing the likes of Jaan Kirsipuu, Ciaran Power and Nick Gates. They were briefly joined by a horse…

ARTICLES BY Paul Aubrey
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