PEZ Turns 18 – Launches a New Site!
...Notice anything different?
Hello PEZ-Fans – !
As I love to say “thanks for tuning in…”
And if you’re reading this, then there’s a pretty high chance you’ll notice something different about the site.
Indeed it looks all brand new – don’t it?!
It’s been 18 years since I pressed the GO button on PezCycling News.com (waaay back in Feb. 2002), and this is our 4th (or 5th?) version of the website. Our last major update was in 2013, and since then site technology, and reader usage has changed so much, that it was high time we caught up with the times.
Up front you’ll notice the whole site looks a lot different, some of you might even say we look like current again – (and I won’t hold it against ya…). Expect better performance too – on all platforms – desktop, mobile and tablet.
On closer inspection, you’ll find simpler navigation and all of your favorite sections and features are still right where they oughta be – Tech N Spec, our ToolBox training section – with over 800 original articles – what I say is the best cycling Travel section of any cycling publication, our candid and honest Interviews with the sport’s most interesting people – be they top pros or someone you may never have thought who’s got a great story to tell – Readers’ Rigs where we discover what you all are riding – our ever-fresh EuroTrash semi-weekly news roundup, and so much more. And let’s not forget the growing PEZ Youtube channel. Yep – there’s a lot to look at.
Our heart still lies with the pro-level races that make our sport le Tour de France, the Giro d’Italia, the Classics, Worlds – and then so many other cool races and rides that come along as well. As die-hard fans, our perspective remains solidly on our side of the barriers, but with some much appreciated back-stage access to take you along for a closer look at something we all love so much.
I hope you enjoy the new look – and please let me know your thoughts – comments – suggestions – and we’ll look forward to seeing you back whenever you get a chance to drop in.
– Richard Pestes