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Star of the 70s: Bob Cary Gets PEZ’d!

The TI Raleigh team of Peter Post was one of the best in the 70s and 80s. Post 'cracked' a group of English riders on the team, they returned home, but Bob Cary stuck it out. Ed Hood had to catch up and find out more.

ANC Mechanic Steve Taylor Gets PEZ’d!

Behind every top rider, there is a team of helpers and one of the tough jobs is the mechanic... especially 30 years ago before air conditioned trucks and half a dozen mechanics per team. Steve Taylor was on the 1987 Tour de France with the ANC team, Ed Hood heard his story.

Catching Up With US Pro Tony Cruz

PEZ first spoke to Tony Cruz when he was still a rider, back in 2006, even one of his bikes has featured in Readers' Rigs. So, it's well past time Ed Hood caught up with the ex pro.

Canada’s Barry Harvey Gets PEZ’d!

Barry Harvey was a Canadian star of the track in the 60s with National and Commonwealth Games medals round his neck and is now the subject of a new book ‘Inside Cycling’ on the shelves soon. Ed Hood spoke to Barry about his racing career and the production of one of the first titanium frames.

Prolific UK Winner Mark Walsham Gets PEZ’d!

Back in the 80s, Britain had a very strong home professional scene with a road race calendar and regular TV city centre criteriums. One of the top winners form those days was Mark Walsham, but there was much more to the man. Ed Hood found out.

Australian Giro Rider Eddie Salas Gets PEZ’d!

Eddie Salas isn't the first name that comes to mind when thinking of the Australian road stars of the 80s and 90s, but Salas was a double National champion, Olympian, Worlds and Giro d'Italia rider, with a fine palmarès. Ed Hood found out more.