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PEZ at the Movies: Marinoni – The Fire in the Frame

With Québec as Canada'a worst hit province in the Covid crisis, Giuseppe Marinoni, a seminal figure in Canadian cyclesports, is still out on his bicycle but disappointed that he had to ride alone. Most people 82 years of age would be happy to ride at all but Marinoni, the subject of a charming 2014 documentary, put in 8,000 kms in 2019 and still has big plans.

PEZ Goes to the Movies: The Least Expected Day

It is not surprising that during the Great Lockdown Netflix is seeing a massive increase in subscribers. With many new viewers watching a six-part documentary about pro cycling team Movistar's 2019 season, where bizarre antics could not be ruled out as those of us watching races last year did not comprehend what the team was trying to do.

PEZ’s Lockdown Week #5 Video Update

PEZ-Fans - that's Week #5 of the Covid Lockdown in the bag here at PEZ HQ. I managed to escape the family shelter for a solo ride today, and stopped to enjoy the view a from atop the British Properties - one of our local Top Rides.

From the Bottom Of The Glass: Amstel Gold Race

Amstel '17: The cobbles are behind us and the hills of the Ardennes are rearing up on the WorldTour horizon. Peter Easton has been guiding rides over the bergs of the Amstel Gold Race for years with VeloClassic Tours, here are his strongest memories from the not so low-country.

PEZ Bookshelf: Cartes du Tour

Cycling fans have endured the trauma of the Spring Classics becoming the Not-This-Spring Classics as the deadly Covid-19 stalks the Earth. Would the Tour de France be a non-starter as well? We now know that it has been moved into late August, but to fill that empty summer gap, Rapha has something special.

Malcolm Elliott Talks Amstel ’87!

Twenty years before the multi-million pound Sky Team rode the WorldTour, there was another 'ground breaking' British team that took on the Continentals in their own back-yard. The ANC team had its eventual problems, but it showed what was possible. One high point was Malcolm Elliott's 3rd place in the 1987 Amstel Gold Race.