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Roubaix Cobbles and Paris Couture Mega Photo Gallery

PEZ photographer, John Thomson, is missing Roubaix and Paris. Who can blame him? What could be better than snapping the top riders on the cobbles of Roubaix and the top models at the couture shows in Paris. Here os John's 'alternative' Paris-Roubaix 'photo-shoot'.

John’s Strade Bianche Photo Special!

On Saturday the peloton, men's and women's, hits the gravel roads of Siena on the Strade Bianchi. To whet your appetite for the white roads Classic, PEZ photographer, John Thomson has emptied his photo files to compile his favorite Strade Bianche shots.

John’s End of Year Photo Gallery

John Thomson has dragged his archives for another of his classic photo galleries of the stars of cyclocross and road, even with a mountain biker thrown in. A real mix from Canada in the 90's up to Europe in 2019.

John’s GP Montréal Photo Gallery

John Thomson has given his archive another good shake and his pick of the best photos from the Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal from 2015 to 2017 has fallen out. Bad and good weather plus some of the top stars of the road make this Canadian race a true Classic.

John’s GP de Quebec Photo Gallery

Our Canadian photographer, John Thomson, has put together another fine collection from his archives from a relatively 'local' race - The Grand Prix Cycliste de Quebec. The Quebec WorldTour race has been running since 2010 and John covers the years from 2015 to 2017 for your enjoyment.

John’s 1991 GP of the Americas Photo Gallery

PeloPics: PEZ photographer, John Thomson, has been going through his old photo files again, this time to put together his GP of the Americas gallery. The Grand Prix des Amériques was a one-day race in Montreal and was part of the UCI Road World Cup with a fine list of winners.

John’s TOP 20 Photos From Hell!

Photographer's Choice: Another disappointing Sunday - No Paris-Roubaix 'Hell of the North'. Our photographer, John Thomson, has dredged his Paris-Roubaix files of the last four years and come up with his favourite 'TOP 20' photos of the cobbled Classic.