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  • Sunday January 15, 2017

    Only 100km west of Morocco, Gran Canaria is often overlooked in favour of its big brother Tenerife, but dig a little deeper and you soon discover an island of diversity, wonder and pure magnificence. From golden sand dunes and endless beaches in the south to a complete diversity of landscapes, vegetation, intricate roads and breath taking views across the island.

  • Tuesday January 10, 2017

    I can't believe another season has come to a close and what a corker its been! We had some mega fun exploring Switzerland's giants including the Furka, Nufenen, Gotthard and friends along with some hidden diamonds like the Sanetsch and Große Scheidegg.

  • Sunday November 27, 2016

    It took all but an hour during the 2005 Giro d’Italia for the Colle delle Finestre to become a cycling superstar. I remember watching the race and as the road turned to dirt thinking “what on earth is this climb? Man, I’ve got to do this!”

  • Monday November 7, 2016

    Interview: We would all love to be riding the World's high mountains, fitness aside, but to be able to do it as your job is a dream too far. Mike Cotty is the man with the perfect gig, but it didn't happen overnight. PEZ literary editor, Leslie Reissner, managed to trap Mike for a few words on his upward trajectory, on the bike and his career.

  • Tuesday September 27, 2016

    Few mountains carry as many accolades as Monte Grappa. No matter which of its ten ascents you choose to ride the sense that you are in a special place resonates from the start.

  • Wednesday August 17, 2016

    If there’s one climb that stands above all in Colorado it’s Mount Evans. Not only is it the highest summit of the Chicago Peaks, in the Front Range of the Rockies, but to top it off it’s the highest paved road in north America at a whopping 14,130ft (4,307m) elevation!

  • Friday July 22, 2016

    Taking its name from the mediaeval term meaning “the seven mountains”, referencing the Cuidex, Vigny, Folly, Oddaz, Bostan, Chardonnière, Freterolles and La Vullie peaks that surround the alpine village, starting in Samoëns in the Vallée du Giffre the Joux Plane is a tough ride, and one that’s far harder than its credentials on paper may have you thinking.

  • Wednesday July 13, 2016

    The most feared and famous mountain in cycling returns to the Tour de France tomorrow! Mont Ventoux’s lunar landscape never fails to produce drama whenever the peloton face its relentless slopes.

  • Sunday July 10, 2016

    Our first visit to Andorra so we thought we’d call on a little pro knowledge to help us out, this time we’re honoured to be joined by Dan Martin from Cannondale-Garmin as we tackle the 2,229 metre high hors catégorie ascent of Arcalís.

  • Saturday July 9, 2016

    Taking its name from the mediaeval term meaning “the seven mountains”, referencing the Cuidex, Vigny, Folly, Oddaz, Bostan, Chardonnière, Freterolles and La Vullie peaks that surround the alpine village, starting in Samoëns in the Vallée du Giffre the Joux Plane is a tough ride, and one that’s far harder than its credentials on paper may have you thinking.

  • Wednesday June 1, 2016

    Within a stones throw of the beautiful Costa Brava and Pyrénées, the medieval town of Girona has been home to many of the world's professional cyclists for close to two decades, offering the perfect environment for a cyclist looking to hone their form on quiet roads and with favourable year round temperatures.

  • Sunday April 17, 2016

    Just off the north-west coast of Africa, Tenerife is the largest and most popular of the seven Canary Islands, a magnet for tourists in search of winter sun and sangria.

  • Friday April 1, 2016

    After two seasons of bringing the very greatest mountains to life across the world, Mike Cotty and The Col Collective shift gears to launch The “Cow” Collective - Cycling Inspiration & Bovine Education, a new online resource dedicated to the sacred species.

  • Thursday February 11, 2016

    I’d been captivated and intrigued by Pikes Peak ever since I saw legendary Manx TT racer Guy Martin thrash his motorbike up to its 14,115ft / 4,302m summit to win the International Pikes Peak Hill Climb a few years back.

  • Monday February 1, 2016

    After the success of our first training video ‘To Get To The Other Side’ late last year we’re VERY proud to announce that our second collaboration with the indoor training wizards over at The Sufferfest is now available.

  • Friday January 15, 2016

    The nature of bike racing requires the utmost mental and physical endurance, and none more so than the toughest and most prestigious race in the calendar.

  • Sunday January 10, 2016

    The direct answer to the Vuelta’s a España’s Alto de l’Angliru, it wasn’t until 2003 that the mighty Monte Zoncolan claimed worldwide notoriety when the Giro d’Italia used it for the first time, although on that occasion it was from the “easier” eastern approach from Sutrio.

  • Tuesday December 1, 2015

    Our first visit to Andorra so we thought we’d call on a little pro knowledge to help us out, this time we’re honoured to be joined by Dan Martin from Cannondale-Garmin as we tackle the 2,229 metre high hors catégorie ascent of Arcalís.

  • Thursday November 19, 2015

    It gives me great pleasure to show you a few moments from Season Two of The Col Collective to hopefully whet your appetite.

  • Thursday November 12, 2015

    Like a kid at Christmas, it’s as if the day would never arrive but finally it is here!

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