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Catching Up with UAE’s Tadej Pogačar

We spoke to the young prodigy Tadej Pogačar at the UAE Team Emirates training camp back in January - Since then a lot has happened. The overall win in Valencia and second in the UAE Tour and... COVID-19. Ed Hood caught up with Tadej in Slovenian lock down.

PEZ Talk: John Herety

John Herety was one of the 'British Foreign Legion' when he was a Continental pro. He led the way for many Brit riders through the famous ACBB. After Euro success John returned to race on home roads before moving into team management and more success. Ed Hood caught up with John for a chat over old times.

US Multi Champion Chloe Dygert Owen Gets PEZ’d!

Multi World champion at 23 years-old, there are not many people who can make that claim, but Chloe Dygert Owen from Brownsburg, Indiana in the USA can. From junior World road race champion in 2015 to elite World individual pursuit champion in 2020, with quite few in-between.

Canada’s Gord Fraser Gets PEZ’d!

There has been many tough riders come out of Canada; Steve Bauer, Jocelyn Lovell, Gordon Singleton and Ryder Hesjedal all come to mind, but there is also Gordon Fraser - A prolific winner on both sides of the Atlantic and Asia, plus Canadian National champion in 2004. Ed Hood found out more.

PEZ Talk: Multi-Champion Marion Clignet

US Cycling turned its back on Marion Clignet, but the French Federation saw her talent and snapped her up in a flash. After a clutch of National, World and Olympic medals riding for 'Le Bleus' she settled in the land of her family origins.

PEZ Bookshelf Interview: Author Matt Rendell

Book author, TV pundit, journalist... salsa dancer! The talent list goes on for Matt Rendell. Apart from his life in cycling, Rendell has a love for Colombia, Ed Hood managed to track Matt down for a chat about his latest book, and a lot of other things, 'Colombia Es Pasión'.

Catching Up With Mark McNally

There was much sadness amongst the PEZ Crew when we heard that Mark McNally didn't have a contract for the 2019 season after being let go by Wanty-Gobert at the last minute. Where is he now? Ed Hood found out.

New Zealand’s Vern Hanaray Gets PEZ’d!

Vern Hanaray's cycling career spanned the 60s, 70s and into the 80s, from his home in New Zealand through Belgium, France and Britain with a lot of wins along the way. Hanaray is now based for half the year in Daytona and Ed Hood caught up with him to hear his story.