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PEZ Talk: Tomasz Marczynski

Twice Polish Road Champion and former Vacansoleil rider Tomasz Marczynski is headed to Turkish squad Torku-Sekerspor for 2015, a team that is going through big changes under new management as former GreenEdge director Lionel Marie takes the reins. We recently caught up with Tomasz to talk about his move and what the cycling scene is like in Poland.

PEZ Rewind: Jens Voigt The Last Attack

With Jens Voigt now retired it's interesting to look back at our interview from this time last year when our own Alastair Hamilton sat down with Jensie at the Trek pre-season training camp in Spain to talk about his career and his plans for 'One Last Attack'.

PEZ Talk: Adrien Costa

Rider Interview: A silver medal at this year's World Championships in the junior time trial, a UCI 2.1 category win and much more - 2014 was a big year for the USA's Adrien Costa. Ed Hood recently caught up with this young man on the rise to find out more.

PEZ Talk: Adam Hansen At La Vuelta

Rider Interview: Australian Adam Hansen: Compulsive Grand Tour rider, hard worker, cycle shoe designer and manufacturer and all-round funny guy. He is at the start of the 2014 Vuelta a España in Jerez to compete in his 10th Grand Tour in a row. Ed Hood got hold of the Lotto Belisol rider in the South of Spain.

PEZ’clusive: MTN-Qhubeka Readies For The Vuelta

Interview: As the Vuelta looms ever-closer PEZ speaks to a man whose team will be making history in the race as the first ever African squad to ride a Grand Tour. The Professional Continental team MTN-Qhubeka will start the Vuelta this coming Saturday and although they've already achieved a lot just by getting to the race, their expectations are still high.

Tour Talk: Paul Sherwen

Interview: Just before the big Tour de France kickoff tomorrow we managed to catch up with Paul Sherwen, one half of cycling's most famous commentary team to get his thoughts on the big race, predictions and more.

Retro Roubaix: Eric Vanderaerden

He scored 139 professional wins, including the Three days of De Panne an amazing five times, Ghent-Wevelgem, The Tour of Flanders and, in 1987, Paris-Roubaix. It was one of the most savage editions of the race, ever with only 47 finishers from 192 starters. Ed Hood caught up with Eric to talk about that day and his other career highlights.

PEZ Talk: NICA Founder, Matt Fritzinger

At first glance, an interview with Matt Fritzinger, the founder of the National Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA), wouldn't seem to be too much down the alley of your typical PEZ story - they race mountain bikes. Take a step back though and imagine what it could have/would have been like to be a part of NICA as a high schooler...the possibilities! NICA is bringing thousands of teenagers into the sport of cycling, and that is a story worth talking about. Fear not for the future of our…

Book Preview: Cutting-Edge Cycling

Pez hit cyberspace ten years ago, and one of the first regular features was Toolbox, the weekly series offering objective, scientifically driven training and fitness advice. At the helm of Toolbox since its inception has been Dr. Stephen Cheung, who is just about to publish Cutting-Edge Cycling, his book on the science of cycling. We talk with Stephen and co-author Hunter Allen for a preview of what to expect.