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Eamon [van] Lucas Talks Belgium!

The biggest race in the World is this Sunday in Belgium, to be exact; Flanders. Californian, Eamon Lucas is based in Brugge and rides (and wins) kermis races, the backbone of the Belgian cycling scene. Ed Hood caught up with Eamon to talk of the 'Heartland' of cycle-sport.

World Hour Record Holder Vittoria Bussi Gets PEZ’d

The World Hour Record is claimed by many to be the ultimate test of man, or in this case woman, and bike. The current record holder for the 60 minutes of torture is Italian Vittoria Bussi with a distance of 48.007 kilometres. Ed Hood caught up with Vittoria to hear her story.

Olympic Champion Michael Mørkøv Talks Madison

From Deceuninck - Quick-Step's top lead-out man to Olympic madison gold medalist, Michael Mørkøv is 'the pro’s pro'. Ed Hood, who has known the Danish fast-man for many years, caught up Michael on his return from Tokyo to hear all about it.

Bioracer’s Raymond Vanstraelen Talks Cycle Clothing

This week it was announced that the INEOS Grenadiers team would be swapping their clothing supplier from the Italian manufacturer Castelli to the Belgian Bioracer company. Ed Hood caught up with Raymond Vanstraelen, the man behind Bioracer - More than just a cycle clothing manufacturer.

Louise Garbett: Lesser Known TOUR Star!

Paul Kilbourne has sent through another great article to Ed Hood. Back in 1984 the women's peloton had an 18 stage Tour de France and young English girl, Louise Garbett finished in the white 'best young riders' jersey. Here is her story.