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Alan McCormack: An Irishman in the US Part 2

In part one of our interview with former Irish Champion, Alan McCormack we covered his junior days, his seasons as a pro in the UK with Carlton-Weinmann and in Belgium with Old Lords-Splendor, and now in part two his introduction to the 80’s US scene.

Alan McCormack: An Irishman in the US Part 1

In this two part interview, Ed Hood has a long talk with Alan McCormack about his long and varied life/cycling career. From Irish champion to British and Belgian pro, to racing and living in the US. Three phases of a full life.

Inside The Scott Junior Tour Of Ireland’17

While the Tour de France easily dominates the month of July, and for good reason, it is fair to say that it may not be the most exciting event on the calendar if you are a fan of full gas, all out competition. For wire to wire race action it is hard to beat a great little event held annually for almost 40 years in County Clare, Ireland.

A Busy Rapha Condor JLT Team

Strong performances at home and abroad capped a great week of racing for Rapha Condor JLT, with Richard Handley finishing an excellent fourth overall at the An Post Rás in Ireland, and Felix English scoring a win in the Milk Race, in Nottingham.

PEZ Talk: Finishing Up Ireland With Aldo

We've seen the race from the eyes of Team Type 1's Fabio Calabria, now let's shift over to Ed Hood for a slightly different view from the same team: Slovenian sprinter Aldo Ino Ilesic. Let's take a look at Aldo's thoughts on the final two days of racing in Ireland.