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  • Sunday December 30, 2007

    If your post-Tour hangover hasn’t kicked in yet – it will any day now. So to ease the pain of grand tour withdrawal, PEZ-man Bob Cullinan looks back on his remarkable ride across England, Belgium and France.

  • Wednesday October 10, 2007

    It may not have the mystique and reputation of Mt. Ventoux or the Galibier, but the climb up California’s Mt. Shasta ranks right up there with some of the top rides on the planet.

  • Friday August 31, 2007

    With the Discovery Channel team packing it in, who will carry the baton for pro cycling in the US? The guys at Slipstream think they have the answer. PEZ recently talked with rider Steven Cozza, on how things look from the argyle out.

  • Wednesday August 1, 2007

    If your post-Tour hangover hasn’t kicked in yet – it will any day now. So to ease the pain of grand tour withdrawal, PEZ-man Bob Cullinan looks back on his remarkable ride across England, Belgium and France.

  • Wednesday July 18, 2007

    PEZ Roadside Stage 9 - The Tour’s final day in the Alps is also Bob’s final report on this year’s race. The PEZ Roadside coverage continues later this week, but for now let’s enjoy Bob’s race day on the Galibier.

  • Monday July 16, 2007

    PEZ Roadside Rest Day #1 - It’s the tallest SOB in the whole ’07 Tour, and for me the meanest and toughest. The PEZ-Crew used the ‘rest day’ to get on our bikes and climb the Galibier. Here’s what it’s like to go Hors Categorie.

  • Monday July 16, 2007

    PEZ Roadside Stage 8 - Six mountain passes… warm French weather… is there anywhere else you’d rather be than atop one of those passes watching le Tour? PEZ went mountain-side for today’s roadside report.

  • Sunday July 15, 2007

    PEZ Roadside Bastille Day - The Americans celebrate independence on the 4th of July… the Canadians honor July 1st, the day their country was formed… and the French go bonkers on Bastille Day, July 14th. It’s the day the revolutionaries stormed the Paris Bastille in 1789, leading to the overthrow of King Louis XVI.

  • Saturday July 14, 2007

    PEZ Roadside Stage 7 - They say an Army marches on its stomach. The army of riders in le Tour continue their march across France, with food never far away. We joined the Quickstep team in the feedzone for a closer look at how a pro team serves lunch.

  • Friday July 13, 2007

    PEZ Roadside Stage 6 - Amid the crowds and chaos of le Tour you can find a few moments of serenity and scenery. Le Tour de PEZ goes off-route today to take you to the heart of the French wine country. we're in the town of Beaune, a few kilometers east of stage 5's finish in Autun.

  • Wednesday July 11, 2007

    PEZ Roadside Stage 4 - It’s a three-week war, with battles fought every day. The ‘07 Tour marches on like an army on wheels across the fields of France. Today we journeyed south and west across old French battlefields, chasing the Tour’s battle on the roads.

  • Tuesday July 10, 2007

    PEZ Roadside Stage 3 - Tour is winding it’s way out of Belgium and into France, and today is all about the view. We’re used to seeing these parts cold and bleak for Paris-Roubaix, but the Tour has a way of warming things up…

  • Monday July 9, 2007

    TdF Stage 3 Roadside - Say “au revoir” to the British Isles and “bonjour” to the continental coast. Today’s Tour stage takes us into the French and Belgian countryside…these small towns are what Le Tour is all about.

  • Sunday May 27, 2007

    It’s two weeks down, and one to go for the ’07 Giro. PEZ correspondent Bob Cullinan wraps-up his week with some of the best behind-the-scenes moments from Italia.

  • Friday May 25, 2007

    Ever watched a Pro Tour TT and wondered what it was like up-close and on-course? Well, wonder no more, PEZ-Fans. Team Tinkoff makes the PEZ-mobile one of their official chase cars today at the Giro. Ride along with us as we follow Pavel Brutt up the hill.

  • Thursday May 24, 2007

    The Biella TT is the shortest stage of the Giro. But the prep for this “race of truth” starts long before the first partenza. Want to see what it takes to get Tinkoff ready? PEZ takes you to the team hotel in Torino.

  • Wednesday May 23, 2007

    You see ‘em every day at the finish line, they’re impossible to ignore and many say the most beautiful in the biz, but who are these girls who kiss the winners and smile for the cameras? PEZ introduced ourselves to the lovely podium girls of the Giro d’Italia.

  • Wednesday May 23, 2007

    It’s a beauty of a day along the most beautiful stage of the Giro. While the corsa skirted the hills high above the fabled Cinque Terre, we took a side trip to the azure waters of these tiny villages tucked into the rugged and spectacular coastline, and as always, sampled the local fare.

  • Monday May 21, 2007

    A wise old cyclist once wrote a book and told us “It’s not about the bike.” He must have been talking about the Giro d’Italia. At this race, it’s all about the people… meet the cast of characters from Stage 9.

  • Sunday May 20, 2007

    One man’s pleasure is another man’s pain. The guys at the front of today’s Giro stage were sufferin’…but the boys in the peloton called it an “easy” day. Stage 8 is as fast as a Ferrari up front.

ARTICLES BY Bob Cullinan
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