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Grenoble Six: Nights Five And Six

The final two nights have come and gone and all that remains are the story and pictures from yet another Six Day tended to by the inimitable Edmond Hood. Mr. Hood takes us back track-side for the final third of the Grenoble Six, a thrilling race only decided in the final madison.

Grenoble Six: Nights Three And Four

Ed Hood is at it again as we roll through the middle third of the Grenoble Six. His sleeping hours are comparable to a toddler's age, but his stories are only picking up steam. In this dispatch the the tales are plentiful: from Track God Patrick Sercu, to police chases, to crashes, all the way to Alpe d'Huez.

Grenoble Six: Days 1 And 2

Ed Hood is once again doing the thankless job of Runner at the Grenoble Six, but though it's low paying and the hours endless, can you imagine a better way to get in on the action? Mr. Hood takes us directly into the fray for a recap of Days 1 and 2.

Grenoble Six: The Story So Far

The 2006/7 six-day season kicked-off in late September at Maastricht in Holland. From there the grand tour of the great tracks of Europe begins and continues into the Spring. PEZ takes a look at the Six Day season so far and gets the story of the Grenoble Six started: PEZ-Man Ed Hood is once again in the trenches.

Top Rides: The Climb to Madonna del Ghisallo

This weekend’s Giro di Lombardia is as great a race as it is under-rated. A true “climbers” classic – it runs around the stepp & picturesque shores of Lake Como in northern Italy. It won't decide the ProTour, but for any self-respecting Italian, winning this race is second only to Milan-San Remo. The deciding move usually starts on the tough ascent to the fabled Madonna del Ghisallo church. This is a ride you gotta do…

Zuri-Metzgete: The Historical Look

The Rainbow Jersey has been won by Bettini and lost by everybody else, but there's still work to do. There are three classics to fight for, The Championship of Zurich, Paris-Tours and the final Monument of the year - the Giro di Lombardia. First up is Zurich and PEZ gives a little history of those 240 kilometeres around the hills close to the city of gnomes and bank vaults.

ZURICH Preview: PEZ Rides The Course

The Championship of Zurich, or the Zuri-Metzgete, will be an entertaining race as always - with a number of heavy hitters coming to Switzerland on great form. But really, how tough can a race beside the beautiful Swiss lake be? We rode a couple laps to see for ourselves…

PEZ-Profile: CycleSafe.org

Bikers of all ages, abilities and choice of motor need to be safe when biking - whether it be racing, training, or jumping curbs in the neighborhood. A new company based in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, CycleSafe, has opened its doors with this in mind.

Worlds06: Double Gold Surprise In The Women!

A lady that loved the World Champ’s stripes so much she just had to have two candy striped jerseys this year took home the gold in the Women’s Road Race. Marianne Vos, this year’s World Cyclocross Champion and only 19 years old added another jersey to her wardrobe in a strong display in Austria today.