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The PEZ Top Heroes of All Time!

When we were younger we all had heroes, but as the years pass that changes to an admiration of a person's style, personality and in this case, cycling ability. Ed Hood has taken a poll of his chums and the PEZ crew to find the 'Top Cycling Heroes of All Time' (in our humble opinion).

EUROTRASH News Round Up Thursday!

Jan 13, 2022: The training camps are all go... except Jumbo-Visma. Who will be riding the Grand Tours - TOP STORY. Australian TT champs. Rider news. Team news: Jumbo-Visma, Arkéa-Samsic, Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl and Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert Matériaux. Canada Nations Cup. Video interview with Peter Sagan.

BREAKDOWN: The Van Der Poel Effect!

Dutch 'boy-wonder' Mathieu van der Poel has had to call a halt to his cyclo-cross season due to his back problems - How will this affect his spring Classic campaign and the future of his Alpecin-Fenix team? Spencer Martin gives us his Takeaways on the 'Van der Poel effect'.

EUROTRASH News Round Up Monday!

Jan 10, 2022: National cross champs from Belgium and Netherlands - Results and video. Terrorist threat could stop the Saudi Tour. Rider news: Quintana, Tulett, Van Poppel, Kristoff, Affini, Coquard, Sagan, Clarke, Groenewegen, Thomas and Mora. Team news. Race news. Plus Johnny Carera home and Peter Sagan shows off his new kit.

PEZ Bookshelf: Peloton Legends

Sports fans love comparisons. Baseball is famous for its obsession with statistics (“The most successful left-handed pitcher throwing against a Chicago team on a Tuesday evening...”) and certainly all sports have record-holders. Pro cycling defies easy comparison of its stars. Can we figure out who was truly The Greatest of All Time?

Readers’ Rigs: LOOK 695 Light

For today's Readers' Rigs we head north to Canada where we find one of France's favorite machines, a LOOK 695 Light decked out in Dura-Ace Di2 and with Easton Carbon Clinchers on board. Not a new bike, but timeless in its looks, very rideable and could be right out of the box yesterday.

British Pro Star of the 60’s and 70’s – Jim Moore

British ex-pro Jim Moore who emigrated to Canada in 1974; he enjoyed a long and varied career - from amateur road and track man in the UK to ‘independent’ in France, representing GB in the 1964 Tour de l’Avenir, a ride in the Skol Six Day, a successful pro career in the UK before crossing the Atlantic.