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.
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.
You expect to see innovation from the 'big' frame builders, but leading the way with their 'Ultra SL R' from their HQ in Preston, in the north of England is Ribble Cycles. Ed Hood caught up with Andy Smallwood and Jamie Burrows to talk bikes - Aero bikes.
The 60's and 70's were a great time in British cycling, but there was little money and life wasn't easy. Bernard Burns was part of the Falcon team, a band of winners during and after their racing careers. This is his tribute to that team of '64.
Ed Hood spoke to Ex England international footballer, Geoff Thomas, before he took on the 2021 Tour de France route for his leukaemia charity. Ed caught up with Geoff after 'his' Tour to hear how he and his peloton got on.
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.
Mark Cavendish won his thirty-third Tour de France stage on Tuesday, the man who shepherded him to the finish line was Michael Mørkøv. Ed Hood caught up with the fast Dane on Monday's rest day to hear about history in the making.