The numbers of the second edition of the Abu Dhabi Tour are impressive – and this year's event won by Astana’s Tanel Kangert saw a growth in many respects one year on from the inaugural edition.
The 2017 Tour de France route was revealed Tuesday in Paris, and PEZ was there! Here’s our PEZ-Clusive look inside. Starting in Germany for the first time since 1992, and taking in all 5 mountain regions of France, there are 10 new stage cities and the first ever finish atop the Col d'Izoard.
Worlds Photo Book: Our PEZ photographer, Chenthil Mohan, was at the big race of the World championships on Sunday to take the sights of Doha and the elite men's race. The championships may have been low on excitement, but Chenthil captures the action in Qatar and the top class finish.
Race Report: Two years in a row for the man himself, Slovakia's Peter Sagan. The Men's World road race was blown to pieces by the Belgian team on the wind-swept desert of Qatar, the group of strongmen were never seen again as the hammer went down. At the finish it was a sprinter's battle royal between Sagan, Mark Cavendish and Tom Boonen - the Slovak had the speed and the agility to take his second rainbow jersey.
Amalie Dideriksen spoiled Kirsten Wild’s birthday party in the women’s Road Race at the UCI Road World Championships Doha 2016. The twenty-year-old Danish prodigy came from behind to edge out Wild on the line for the world title. Take a look at the PEZ Photo book...
Denmark's Jacob Egholm won the Junior Men's road race today in fine fashion - going solo and being the winner to stick it to the bunch. PEZ photog Chenthil Mohan captured the action for today's photo book...
Race Preview: The World Road Championships is the biggest one-day race of the year, or it should be! Let's forget the heat, the lack of spectators and the bleak desert or the sky-scraper back drop and look forward to a great day of bike action. Ed Hood gives us the run down on the 'course and runners' for Sunday's big day.
Race Report: Another hot day in the desert of Doha nearly saw a big upset in the World Men's time trial championships as Irishman, Ryan Mullen held the 'Hot Seat' for a long time. In the end the top men deposed him of the throne and German Tony Martin took back his TT title from second placed Vasil Kiryienka.
Race Report: The 2016 World Road championships kicked off on Sunday with the team time trials for the Elite men and women. The Women's race was dominated by the Boels Dolmans team with a 48 second win over Canyon-SRAM. The men's race saw a battle royal between defending champions, BMC and two time winners Etixx - Quick-Step. The Belgian squad came out on top by 12 seconds.
The 2016 World Road Cycling Championships tee off in Doha Qatar tomorrow - and PEZ photog Chenthil Mohan was on course today as teams recon'd the route. The intense heat is a big concern, but the riders were all smiles as you'll see in our photo book from the most unusual place to ever host a World Championship.
Race Report: As a former Colombian track champion it was obvious that Rigoberto Uran (Cannondale & Colombia) would be fastest of the three desperados raging into the Bergamo finish line at the end of the 110th Lombardia – but no one had told his smiling countryman, Esteban Chaves (Orica) who took the win ahead of ‘man of the match’ Diego Rosa (Astana & Italy) with Rigo third.
Four Axeon Hagens Berman Cycling Team riders racing for USA Cycling's Under 23 squad finished in the top 15 in Thursday's individual time trial at the Olympia's Tour including U.S. Under 23 time trial champion Geoffrey Curran, who was runner-up.
Race Preview: The Giro di Lombardia, or as it is now known 'Il Lombardia' kicks off from Como on Saturday morning to finish in Bergamo after 240 punishing kilometers, with a saw-tooth profile for the final 100K. Ed Hood takes a look at the history, course and the possible winner of La classica delle foglie morte.
Six riders from the Axeon Hagens Berman Cycling Team powered USA Cycling's Under 23 squad to victory in the team time trial that opened the Olympia's Tour Tuesday in The Netherlands.
Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio continued her fine run of form, finishing on the podium in Giro dell'Emilia Internazionale Donne Elite on Saturday. This comes after the South African won two stages and the overall in Giro della Toscana.
The Italian one-day racing continues this weekend as our Team Dimension Data for riders will take on the Giro dell Emillia on Saturday and the GP Beghelli on Sunday. Both events carry a UCI 1.HC ranking and so good quality fields will be on show to deliver some exciting racing.
Rally Cycling charged onto the East Coast for the final two races of season, September 16-17, and came away with two impressive victories.
The 2016 Road European Championships started on Wednesday in Plumelec (France) and will finish on Sunday afternoon with for the first time in history titles awarded in the Elite category. During this opening day, the first three titles in the time-trial were awarded.
Former U.S. national criterium champion Eric Marcotte (Team Jamis) won for the second straight year and third time in three participations Sunday in front of a massive crowd at the Thompson Bucks County Classic.
Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio continued her impressive run of form by sprinting to victory in Sunday’s final stage of Giro della Toscana. The result comes after the South African won the prologue on Friday, followed by her Cervélo Bigla Pro Cycling teammates in the next three positions.