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  • Wednesday September 25, 2013

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    It sometimes takes days to track down the lucky winners on PEZ, but not today! My call was returned within minutes, as long time PEZ-Fan Tom Work jumped on the news that he’s won the Zipp’s 202 Firecrest carbon clincher wheels from R&A Cycles.

  • Thursday September 5, 2002

    "The others have to sacrifice to take Mario to the sprint: for the CT Ballerini it will not be easy to manage the situation"

  • Saturday June 8, 2013

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    It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for – I’m pleased to congratulate Glen Copus of Spokane WA as the winner of the biggest and coolest prize we’ve ever offered here on PEZ – two Weeks Riding In Italy!

  • Monday October 14, 2013

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    One thing you gotta love about Fall – is the chance to win a CompuTrainer right here on PezCycling! Thanks to the good folks at RacerMate, your winter training could get a lot more productive, and all you gotta do is ENTER this contest… Right Now!

  • Sunday September 28, 2003

    Italian SuperSprinter Alessandro Petacchi of the Fassa Bortolo team has won the final stage of the 2003 Vuelta a Espana in downtown Madrid, his fifth stage of the race. Zabel second, Rodriguez third. Heras wins the overall...

  • Wednesday July 3, 2002

    The boss of the German cycling formation Telekom, Walter Godefroot and the director sportif Rudy Pevenage, have confirmed that thier star rider, Jan Ullrich, 28 years old, has given a positive test for the use of amphetamines

  • Monday August 12, 2002

    After the doping tornado that he's found himself in, the German champion does not have any clear ideas about the future... quotes from the German quarterly Bild

  • Thursday February 20, 2003

    When I reached Trent he was buying a bed. Little did I know Max Testa had just told him to stay off the bike for a while. The reason? Re-occurring back problems. Trent was hit by a car in №92 and broke his back. I know how debilitating this can be as I went through the same a few years prior. We then spoke openly about his life as he was stretching and finally just plain lying on the floor (not his new bed). Perhaps this gave him an opportunity to look up beyond the ceiling of his new house and reflect on the grounding his couple hood offers.

  • Friday August 11, 2006

    Who doesn’t dream of doing a stage race through the mountains? From city to city, accompanied by race marshals on motorcycles, with electronic timing and feed zones along the way, on roads and through cleared intersections, on the same roads and mountains used in the Giro, and without worrying about baggage transport? Face it, you all do. This is the Transalp for road bikes!

  • Friday April 25, 2014

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    We do love traveling to exotic locales and riding the famous roads of cycling, but sometimes a trip closer to home is even better. Scotsdale's Bespoke Inn offers owner-run personalized service, a fully equipped bike shop, days of top rides, and nights of delicious dining and drinks.

  • Friday August 29, 2014

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    We usually think of Europe when it comes to cyclist-friendly people and cultures, a completely different experience than what we get at home in North America. But Guadeloupe is much closer to home, and as we recently discovered, is also home to a people who absolutely love cyclists, and cycling.

  • Tuesday January 28, 2014

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    The 2014 Tour de France visits the Bordeaux region with a stage finish and Time Trial start at the medieval town of Bergerac. France From Inside cycling tour's Allan Reeves knows the area well - his family owns a chateau there, and guests will enjoy fantastic riding, exquisite French cuisine, and some big time bike racing.

  • Wednesday June 19, 2002

    The anti-doping controls have been reinforced for the upcoming edition of the Tour de France that will begin this July 6th in Luxembourg.

  • Friday June 14, 2002

    Ivan Basso will be Fassa Bortolo's leader at the Tour de France, Casagrande will instead aim for the Tour of Switzerland and the Vuelta...

  • Sunday June 22, 2003

    Oscar Pereiro gave the Swiss Phonak team a much needed shot in the arm as their team leader and defending race champion Alex Zuelle was toiling away in the GC doldrums...

  • Tuesday September 10, 2013

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    The inaugural Tour of Alberta proved to be a great success this past week with aggressive racing, a high quality field and a worthy winner in Garmin-Sharp's young Aussie Rohan Dennis. While Peter Sagan opened and closed with stage wins, everything in between was full of surprises.

  • Monday July 7, 2003

    Baden Cooke won a second stage for Australia and FDJeux.com today, beating out reknowned fastmen Jan Kirsipuu and Damian Nazon. Also, "Tough as Nails" Tyler and the Great French Hope...

  • Friday July 25, 2003

    With a lunge to the line, ibanesto.com's Pablo Lastras snatched victory from break companions Carlos Da Cruz and Danielle Nardello. Status Quo for the GC leaders as they let a break escape and gain over 22 minutes...

  • Friday July 5, 2002

    The first yellow jersey at the Tour de France always has a special flavor. For this reason many are aiming to snatch the jersey in Luxembourg tommorow when the French stage race takes to the road with a 7km prolouge.

  • Friday June 28, 2002

    The UCI has changed its regulations so that a cyclist that is found positive at a dope control can be suspended immediately without waiting for a counter analysis. This comes on the heels of the Giro d'Italia...

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