What's Cool In Road Cycling

PEZ Bookshelf: Chasing the Rainbow

There is a very special jersey that, once you win it at a one day event, it is yours for a year wherever you race. This jersey, is of course, the glorious rainbow-striped confection first donned by Alfredo Binda in 1927. Its fascinating history is the subject of “Chasing the Rainbow: The Story of Road Cycling's World Championships” by Giles Belbin.

Roxo Racing Checks In From Bommarito Audi Gateway Cup Criteriums

In the U.S. racing scene, springtime brings stage races and summertime brings criteriums. For 2022, a new U.S. criterium series emerged, the American Criterium Cup, with livestreamed racing from across the country. The ten rounds of the series are existing premier events that’ve earned a place on everyone’s calendars.

PEZ Rides: Wahoo SYSTM On Location Training Videos

From a boring obligation when the weather was bad to a high-resolution interactive fun experience, indoor cycling has grown with technology to an amazing extent. One of the most advanced applications Wahoo SYSTM presents a varied palette for those spinning indoors and of these the “On Location” series offers a unique approach.

Why Don’t We Have a Current Lion Of Flanders?

Nikolai Razouvaev wants to know who the next 'Lion of Flanders' will be, and more importantly, will we ever see one again. Our Russian friend looks at how you qualify for this illustrious 'title' and if there are any possible candidates in the peloton today who could achieve something the great Eddy Merckx never did.

PEZ Bookshelf: Japanese Steel

The first printed books were meant to emulate hand-written manuscripts and since the days of Gutenberg we continue to admire fine publications. The Rizzoli company is noted for its quality works and has not disappointed with “Japanese Steel”, a celebration of “bike boom” two-wheelers that features superb presentation along with exquisite photos of bicycles you probably have never thought much about.