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PEZ Bookshelf: Into The Suffersphere – Cycling And The Art of Pain

It is an apparent given that cycling requires not so much talent as an ability to suffer. Greg Lemond said that: “It never gets easier. You just get faster.” Now expat Brit Jon Malnick has written a droll and novel book about the relationship between pain and suffering, and riding your bicycle called Into the Suffersphere - Cycling and the art of Pain is a peculiar and engaging read.

PEZ Bookshelf: Into The Suffersphere – Cycling And The Art of Pain

It is an apparent given that cycling requires not so much talent as an ability to suffer. Greg Lemond said that: “It never gets easier. You just get faster.” Now expat Brit Jon Malnick has written a droll and novel book about the relationship between pain and suffering, and riding your bicycle called Into the Suffersphere - Cycling and the art of Pain is a peculiar and engaging read.

EUROTRASH News Round Up Thursday!

Dec 21, 2017 - Tom Dumoulin and mechanical doping (unconnected) make the EUROTRASH Top Story. As always we have a big sack of cycling news trash: Lopez to stay with Astana till 2020, trouble at LottoNL, new riders for BEAT, Alecto kit, Rally'18 roster, AG2R early races, Dubai and Ruta del Sol news, Jens Voigt runs 7 marathons and Astana's 2017 video memories. Coffee up!

Photo Special: Jens Voigt

2014 was a sad year for many cycling fans as their favorite rider, Jens Voigt finally decided to hang up the wheels and retire from professional bike racing. Over a long career highlighted by GrandTour stage victories, crazy breakaways, even crazier quotes & dedicated teamwork we've put together some of our favorite photos of that period to bring you this special, Jens Voigt in pictures.

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'.

Jens Voigt: The Last Attack!

At 42 Jens Voigt is heading into his last season as a professional cyclist. Throughout his career he has been one of the ‘strongmen’ of the peloton, chasing breaks, fetching water bottles and every now and again; winning a race. A nice guy with a punishing nature; no more “shut up legs” from Jensie.