What's Cool In Road Cycling

Sean Kelly Talks Liège-Bastogne-Liège

Sean Kelly was the 'King of the Classics' for many years, but the man from Carrick-on-Suir also won the Vuelta a España and many shorter stage races. His record at Liège-Bastogne-Liège is only beaten by Argentin and Merckx. Ed Hood caught up with the Irishman for his thoughts on the 'Old Lady' of the road.

AMSTEL’95: Gianetti Remembers

The Amstel Gold Race signals the start of the Ardennes Classics and the climbers come out of the woodwork. Raced over the hills, dales, and forests of south eastern Holland, the course selects its own worthy winner. Twenty-nine years ago it was Mauro Gianetti who was making the news.

Paris-Roubaix Preview with Chris Horner

PEZ talks with Chris Horner about what makes the Paris-Roubaix cycling race so cool - the Queen of the Classics, l'Enfer du Nord, the Hell of the North. We breakdown the lore, talk key sectors of cobbles like the Arenberg trench, and Carrefour de l'Arbre, the finish on the track at the Roubaix velodrome, and those iconic showers, and of course the favorites for this weekend's race.

Flanders Preview: PEZ Talks With Chris Horner

VIDEO: For many it's THE race of the season, and with a stacked field of cycling's biggest stars, this year's Tour of Flanders promises nothing short of fireworks. I talk with pro-cycling legend, Vuelta winner, and inimitable race analyst Chris Horner about "de Ronde" - what makes this race cool, how to race it and who he picks to win . You'll also hear the story about what happened in the '99 de Ronde when Chris jumped into one broom wagon, but his bike went in another - Pez

In Memory of Gordon Singleton

It is with great sadness that Cycling Canada has learned of the recent passing of track cycling professional Gordon Singleton of Niagara Falls, ON. He passed away at the age of 67 after a fight with prostate cancer.

Britain’s Only GENT-WEVELGEM Winner – Barry Hoban

It's Gent - Wevelgem 1974; you've made it over the savage Kemmel climb twice with the lead group and survived hanging on the back of an Eddy Merckx and Roger De Vlaeminck driven purge on the run-in; there are 17 guys left, so maybe you would settle for a top ten? Not if your name is Barry Hoban and you feel that the 'over-drive' is in your legs.

San Remo Preview: PEZ Talks With Chris Horner

VIDEO: I talk with Pro-cycling legend, Vuelta winner, and inimitable race analyst Chris Horner about Milan-San Remo - what makes this race cool, how to race it and who he thinks will win this weekend's la Primavera. It's a colorful chat and I guarantee you'll learn something new about how racing unfolds inside the pro peloton.

World No.1 Lead-Out Man Michael Mørkøv Talks Sprinting!

It has been said by many people that Michael Mørkøv is the best lead-out man in the peloton and if Mark Cavendish thinks so, then it must be true. Michael is back at Cav's side to help him take his 35th, history making Tour de France stage win. PEZ caught up with the flying Dane before he flew to the Tour Colombia.

Canadian Worlds Riders Derek Gee and Ruby West Get PEZ’d!

Canadians from Ottawa have made their presence felt at the WorldTour this year, with Mike Woods' impressive stage win at the Tour and the breakthrough of Derek Gee at the Giro. Derek came second on four stages, second in the mountains and the sprints and awarded the Most Combative Rider. Ruby West is at the Worlds on the track.