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  • Thursday July 3, 2014

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    Interview: Just before the big Tour de France kickoff tomorrow we managed to catch up with Paul Sherwen, one half of cycling's most famous commentary team to get his thoughts on the big race, predictions and more.

  • Saturday April 12, 2014

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    He scored 139 professional wins, including the Three days of De Panne an amazing five times, Ghent-Wevelgem, The Tour of Flanders and, in 1987, Paris-Roubaix. It was one of the most savage editions of the race, ever with only 47 finishers from 192 starters. Ed Hood caught up with Eric to talk about that day and his other career highlights.

  • Wednesday April 4, 2012

    At first glance, an interview with Matt Fritzinger, the founder of the National Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA), wouldn't seem to be too much down the alley of your typical PEZ story - they race mountain bikes. Take a step back though and imagine what it could have/would have been like to be a part of NICA as a high schooler...the possibilities! NICA is bringing thousands of teenagers into the sport of cycling, and that is a story worth talking about. Fear not for the future of our sport.

  • Tuesday March 13, 2012

    Pez hit cyberspace ten years ago, and one of the first regular features was Toolbox, the weekly series offering objective, scientifically driven training and fitness advice. At the helm of Toolbox since its inception has been Dr. Stephen Cheung, who is just about to publish Cutting-Edge Cycling, his book on the science of cycling. We talk with Stephen and co-author Hunter Allen for a preview of what to expect.

  • Thursday March 17, 2011

    Fitness and training only gets you so far. After that, the space between the ears becomes the most important determinant of success in sports and in life. Sport psychologist Mike Garth is finding great success in helping athletes improve their mental game and overall performance, but his background as an F1 engineer was an unusual path to get here...

  • Friday October 30, 2009

    The days are getting short, and vampire-like, the six day beasts have emerged into their twilight world. Ed Hood gets us started with all things Six today - he recently spoke with a legendary man who's been working Sixes for over three decades, Kris - for a look at the season so far and what's to come. Read on!

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