What's Cool In Road Cycling

Geoff Drake Tells The Story Of Team 7-Eleven Book

Matt Wood talks to author Geoff Drake about his book: 'Team 7-Eleven: How an Unsung Band of American Cyclists Took on the World - and Won' which was published in 2011, ten years ago, the ground breaking team was started 40 years ago. A great insight behind the scenes of the time, that we thought was lost.

PEZ’s Cherry Old Fashioned Tutorial

Here's my take on a classic cocktail - the Old Fashioned - with a twist. After expanding my cocktail tastes beyond my beloved Negroni during the pandemic, I hit upon this recipe for a delicious Old Fashioned. Here's how I make it...try it and let me know how you like it. - Pez

Keeping New Year’s Resolutions

The New Year is upon us again and for many that means New Year Resolutions and then a week later breaking them. Today best selling author and keen cyclist Bob Selden gives us his tips on how to make resolutions and more importantly - how to keep them!

PEZ Bookshelf: The Road Book 2021

Following the global disruptions of 2020, the question was whether this year would see some kind of return to normality. If “normal” means the same kind of exciting racing we actually did see last year, then 2021 had plenty to offer and the latest edition of the unique cycling almanac, “The Road Book,” brings those memories back in focus, along with plenty of other entertainment.

The Pez NEGRONI Report Look Back!

Richard 'The Pez' Pestes' love of the negroni is well known, so for Christmas day he has taken a look back at three of his more memorable negroni experiences in three different places - Milan, the French hamlet of Saint-Pierre-d'Albigny, and Geneva.

The Comeback Men of the Pro Peloton!

Lance Armstrong cemented his comeback from cancer with his Tour de France wins, then lost them, partially due to his second comeback. Ed Hood takes a look at 'Big Tex' and thirteen other comeback men from the pro peloton, just to show it can be done.

The Machiavellian World of Cycling

After his recent interview with Roberto Visentini and the 'doings' of the 1987 Giro d'Italia with Stephen Roche, Ed Hood has turned his eye to some other cases of 'skulduggery' in the peloton, or was it just professional etiquette?