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Gear Break: New for YOU! Bike MS + Primal, Chris King Internal Routing AeroSet, fizik Powerstrap Aeroweave Shoes, S1 Hydration Sensor by FLOWBIO, Muc Off Explorer Bar Bag & COROS Wearables Free Bottle

New for YOU! Bike MS + Primal, Chris King expands internal routing options with release of AeroSet™ 1 & 2, fizik: Breathes comfort, exhales speed — Powerstrap Aeroweave shoes, introducing the S1 hydration sensor by FLOWBIO, Muc Off Explorer bar bag and COROS Wearables: Free limited edition bottle with purchase.
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EUROTRASH: Fans Behaving Badly, Brabantse Cobbles, Abruzzo & More

Apr 11, 2024: The hilly Classics started with the Brabantse Pijl, all the news and video, plus the Giro d'Abruzzo. Bad Fans: Police identify who threw beer. Rider news: Roglič, Martinez, Vine, Vuillermoz, Dillier, Grøndahl Jansen and Sénéchal. Team news: Decathlon, dsm, Soudal, UAE, KNWU, Intermarché, Movistar and Human Powered Health. Race news: Roubaix, mechanical doping, Tro Bro Léon, Volta a Valenciana, UCI and Palestinian protests.

AMSTEL’24 Preview: Mathieu van der Poel to Keep Winning?

The cobbled Classics are now just dust in the wind and via the Brabantse Pijl, we move onto the hilly Classics. The Amstel Gold Race is this Sunday, April 14th and the type of riders changes from the rough roads specialists to the ones that can climb, except maybe one... Mathieu van der Poel. There are other possible winners, we list the favourites and look at the course and history.

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Gear Break: Northwave Veloce Extreme Shoes, Campagnolo HPPM – High Precision Power Measurement, Cycology Cycling Caps, Wahoo ELEMNT Updates, fizik Spring Leadout Strava Challenge & Michael Blann Roubaix Prints

Northwave Veloce Extreme shoes: Innovation to the nth degree, Campagnolo HPPM – High Precision Power Measurement, Cycology cycling caps, GoPro, Smart Light and Music Control update available On Wahoo ELEMNT bike computers, fizik: Welcome riding season with the Spring Leadout Strava Challenge & Michael Blann: Discover stunning Roubaix prints collection ahead of the race.

Gear Break: Ekoi Aerodinamica Helmet by Pininfarina, Santini Tour’24 Bologna Kit, Pinarello Unveils Two New Bolide Models, AI Fitness Revolution with Mojawa’s HaptiFit Terra, Wahoo KICKR CORE Zwift One Available in Canada and Camelbak New…

Ekoi Aerodinamica Helmet by Pininfarina, Tour de France 2024: Santini unveils the Bologna kit dedicated to the city that will host the arrival of the second stage, Pinarello unveils two new Bolide F HR models, the AI fitness revolution is here with Mojawa’s HaptiFit Terra, Wahoo KICKR CORE Zwift One available in Canada and Camelbak launch their new Podium vacuum insulated water bottle.

Gear Break: Tifosi Stash Sunglasses, Rubber n’ Road Mallorca Pop-Up, Officina Pegoretti CX Frame, UDOG CENTO: The Time is Now, Imatra App Turns Cycling into Currency & SockGuy New Designs for Spring!

New Tifosi Stash sunglasses, Rubber N' Road opens newest Mallorca pop-Up store, Officina Pegoretti presents the Duende Rock & Roll, an all-sur face Frame inspired by the brand’s longtime CX cyclocross model, UDOG CENTO: The time is now, Imatra, the app that turns the energy you generate by cycling into digital currency and SockGuy releases new designs for Spring 2024.

Gear Break: LOOK New Keo Blade and X-Track Power Meter Pedals, MyWhoosh Announces Update, Chase the Light with MAAP’s New Season Road Collection, Primal Go Green or Go Home, Twisted Spoke and Holdfast Coffee & Own a Piece of Cycling…

LOOK Cycle announces all-new Keo Blade and X-Track power meter pedals, MyWhoosh announces 3.6.0 update, chase the light with MAAP's new season road collection, Primal: Go green or go home: Lucky savings for St. Patrick’s Day! Twisted Spoke and Holdfast Coffee and own a piece of cycling history and empower women: Buy Evita Muzic's bike for charity!

Gear Break: Tifosi Sanctum Sunglasses, DJ Spoony x Ribble Special Edition, fizik Bundles, Sustainable and Biodegradable Bandages by WoolAid, Repente NOVA Saddle & The Breakaway Announces AI Audio Workouts

Tifosi Sanctum sports sunglasses, DJ Spoony x Ribble special edition, save big with fizik bundles, sustainable and biodegradable bandages to save your next blunder on the trail – WoolAid, Repente NOVA: The innovative saddle with a green core and The Breakaway announces personalized generative AI audio workouts for cyclists.

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WINNER Announcement: The Arundel Retro Wool Jersey!

Here's your chance to win this retro styled wool sweater from the good folks at Arundel Cycling, just by signing up for the PEZ Newsletter.

PEZ Bookshelf: The Spring Classics

It is said that when the snow melts away and daylight lengthens, the thoughts of many turn towards romance. But for more than a few, it means the joyful return of the great one-day bicycle races and yet, as the VeloPress book “The Spring Classics,” suggests, the two things are not mutually exclusive.

Roadside PEZ: Ed’s Paris-Roubaix 2007

As we count down to Sunday and the Hell of the North, we look back at Ed Hood's 2007 Paris Roubaix and how the underdog, Stuart O'Grady, left the top riders in his dust. As a regular to the Queen Classic, Ed and his pals inspect the cobbles of Arenberg, the mechanics at work, the Roubaix velodrome and, of course, a local bar.

PEZ Roadside: Chasing Roubaix!

Roadside Reload: On Sunday April 8th 2012, I got a second chance for a once in a lifetime experience of chasing the most feared Monument of the year – Paris-Roubaix. And just like my ride across these hellish roads a couple days prior, this day was nothing short of ‘epic’

Pez Bookshelf: Willkie Sprint

In 1951, Bloomington, Indiana, saw the first running of the Little 500, a very unusual bicycle race modelled on the Indianapolis 500 car race, and which has been a fixture of Indiana University's self-proclaimed “World's Greatest College Weekend”. Now a new book tells the story of the first women's edition of the race. This took place in 1988 in a world familiar to us yet removed in many ways from our present.

PEZ Celebrates 22 Years of What’s Cool In Road Cycling

About this time in early 2002, I pressed the "go" button to launch the website you're reading now... Back then I could never have imagined that 22 years and almost 20,000 articles later PEZCycling would have grown into the source for road cycling news, info and entertainment that so many of you have enjoyed, and be one of the last remaining proper road cycling media sites left in North America.

INTERVIEWS

Paris-Roubaix Preview with Chris Horner

PEZ talks with Chris Horner about what makes the Paris-Roubaix cycling race so cool - the Queen of the Classics, l'Enfer du Nord, the Hell of the North. We breakdown the lore, talk key sectors of cobbles like the Arenberg trench, and…

Flanders Preview: PEZ Talks With Chris Horner

VIDEO: For many it's THE race of the season, and with a stacked field of cycling's biggest stars, this year's Tour of Flanders promises nothing short of fireworks. I talk with pro-cycling legend, Vuelta winner, and inimitable race analyst…

In Memory of Gordon Singleton

It is with great sadness that Cycling Canada has learned of the recent passing of track cycling professional Gordon Singleton of Niagara Falls, ON. He passed away at the age of 67 after a fight with prostate cancer.

San Remo Preview: PEZ Talks With Chris Horner

VIDEO: I talk with Pro-cycling legend, Vuelta winner, and inimitable race analyst Chris Horner about Milan-San Remo - what makes this race cool, how to race it and who he thinks will win this weekend's la Primavera. It's a colorful chat and…

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Is Van der Poel the Greatest One-Day Racer? Basque Country Crash Outlook, Lappartient on Crashes, Concerns Re Rwanda Worlds & More

In this week’s AIRmail newsletter, The Outer Line takes an in-depth look at: Is Van der Poel the Greatest One-Day Racer? Basque Country Crash Alters Competitive Outlook for the Year, Lappartient on Crashes, Concerns Re Rwanda Worlds and Zeeman Departs...
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AMSTEL’24 Preview: Mathieu van der Poel to Keep…

The cobbled Classics are now just dust in the wind and via the Brabantse Pijl, we move onto the hilly Classics. The Amstel Gold Race is this Sunday, April 14th…
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ROUBAIX Breakdown: The All Powerful Alpecin-Deceuninck Show!

Mathieu van der Poel has done his rainbow jersey proud in Paris-Roubaix, in a repeat of the victory in Flanders. The World champion won on the Roubaix cobbles…
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NEWSWIRE

Cycling the Paths of Famous Races

The thrill of pedaling on the same roads as some of the world's most famous races brings a sense of connection to the cycling legends and a deeper appreciation for the sport.

Tips For Painting Your Bike

Some tips for mastering a casino-themed bike paint job, to turn your two-wheeled machine into an ace of spades on wheels.

Alpecin Dominating the Classics, As Talent Concentrates in a Handful of Teams, More Discussion on Budget Caps, Olympic Question Marks & Vollering’s Contract…

In this week’s AIRmail newsletter, The Outer Line takes an in-depth look at: Alpecin dominating the Classics, as talent concentrates in a handful of teams, more discussion on budget caps, Olympic question marks and Vollering's contract...

The Rise of Gravel Biking, A New Frontier for Cyclists

Gravel biking, a thrilling blend of road cycling and mountain biking, is captivating the hearts of cycling enthusiasts across the United States.

The Top Cycling Events Every Fan Must Know

With the increasing popularity of cycling betting it is important to know about famous bike races and professional racers.

What to Do After a Bicycle Accident in Tampa?

Bicycle accidents happen, and knowing what to do after a bicycle accident can significantly affect the outcome of any claims or legal actions you might need to take.

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