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  • Saturday August 11, 2012

    As I’m regularly reminded of, and take great pleasure reminding loyal PEZ-Readers… this job has perks. Like the weekend I spent at Tour de Georgia with the guys from LeMond bikes to introduce their new Triomphe full carbon road racer – which included riding and hangin’ with Mr. Greg LeMond himself…

  • Monday May 1, 2006

    Last week in Georgia I had the good fortune/ misfortune to ride the Stage 5 route from Helen to Brasstown Bald - the highest point in Georgia. I’d heard this climb was tough, but really had no idea what I was getting into. When this sucker pitches to 20%, the ol’ pain-o-meter goes off the scale…

  • Thursday April 27, 2006

    As I’m regularly reminded of, and take great pleasure reminding loyal PEZ-Readers… this job has perks. Like the weekend I spent at Tour de Georgia with the guys from LeMond bikes to introduce their new Triomphe full carbon road racer – which included riding and hangin’ with Mr. Greg LeMond himself…

  • Monday April 24, 2006

    The 2006 edition of the Tour de Georgia is over, and it was another fine, wet Spring week in GA. Landis confirmed once again that he has done his homework and to say that he will be a contender for the podium at Le Tour is not much of a prediction. PEZ' Randall Butler takes a closer look at the Tour de Georgia and its implications to the Big Show.

  • Saturday April 22, 2006

    American star Floyd Landis/Phonak providing a resounding confirmation of his Tour de France contender status as he easily defended his four-second overall lead throughout today's Stage Five, the most difficult of this year's Ford Tour de Georgia. Tom Danielson duplicated his win of 2005, but was not able to distance the Floyd.

  • Friday April 21, 2006

    After two close calls in two days, sprinter Fred Rodriguez nailed down the Tour de Georgia's third stage with a well-timed sprint after a mountainous 119 mile race from Dalton, GA to the finish in Dahlonega. While Fast Freddie got the stage and tightened his grip on the sprint competition, team tactics were the rule of the day.

  • Thursday April 20, 2006

    Thursday’s time trial stage of the Tour de Georgia was a brutal 40 km suffer-fest of hills and heat. The start was in Chickamauga, a historic Civil War battlefield, then through a nasty 40 km course to Chattanooga, Tennessee. Our man on the street wandered the frenzied scene that is part and parcel of a TT start and finish…

  • Thursday April 20, 2006

    The first crucial day of racing at the 2006 Ford Tour De Georgia finished in Tennesse - 40 km of pure time trialling hell for any and all. Floyd Landis repeated his 2005 win, but one particular name that should haunt his sleep was hot on his heels...

  • Wednesday April 19, 2006

    A little rain and hail during the Ford Tour de Georgia's Stage 2 didn't ruin the parade, at least for Discovery Channel's Yaroslav Popovych. After a relatively mundane day of racing, the Ukranian attacked the final hill on the Rome, GA finishing circuit and held off the top sprinters to take both the stage win and the overall race lead.

  • Wednesday April 19, 2006

    One of the quiet gentlemen of the peloton, Marco Pinotti has been a respected pro for a number of years, working in the background as a tireless worker and all-arounder. Back again for the Tour de Georgia, we caught up with him prior to the race.

  • Tuesday April 18, 2006

    First off, it’s HOT here in Georgia, only a mere 20oC or so warmer than Halifax, leaving me drinking like a camel at an oasis during our 125 km ride on the last part of Stage 1 today. Here are some notes on the happenings of the pre-race and Day 1:

  • Tuesday April 18, 2006

    The Tour of Georgia starts today in Augusta, and once again it's set up to be a quality test for any and all. It'll be a different affair in 2006 without the participation of the Boss himself, but his absence and some others could really open the race to other contenders. PEZ has a look at the course and the possible players.

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