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PEZ Interviews: Michael Morkov

Nine gold medals at the Worlds for Team GB - wow! So, the rest of the World will be happy to compete for silvers at Beijing? Not if Denmark’s Michael Morkov has any say in the matter…

Roubaix History: From Queen To Hell… And Back

To fully appreciate the beauty and pain that is Paris-Roubaix, one must understand how this race was born, and the battles that shaped her into the Queen she is today… No true racer would be satisfied with only a view to the upcoming race-day – no way no how!

Top Rides: FLANDERS Cyclosportif

I had the thrill of riding the official Tour of Flanders Cyclosportif ride back in 2004, while taking in the cobbled Classics with VeloCassic Tours. An amazing day, I’ve replayed the images, history and awe of cycling these most fabled roads in my mind many times since. It’s a must-do ride and here’s how it looked to me…

Flanders Week: De Panne Preview

Better known as the Three Days of De Panne, the 30th edition of the 3 stage race begins on April 1, continuing Flemish Cycling Week and acting as precursor to the most important race of Flemish Cycling Week, the Tour of Flanders. Last year’s overall winner of De Panne, Alessandro Ballan, went on to win the Ronde, proving this mid-week tuner is serious business…

PEZ-Clusive Interview: Rebecca Romero

Pursuit ace Rebecca Romero has the chance to make history in the Beijing Olympics. After a spectacular sporting metamorphosis, she could become only the second woman...ever...to medal in consecutive summer Games – in different sports.

Chasing San Remo With Saunier Duval-Scott

As always- La Primavera served up a healthy dose of surprises and a much deserving winner. But there’s a lot more to this 300km day than just the results – and PEZ was privileged to see it all from shotgun inside the Saunier Duval-Scott team car…

PEZ Interviews: Slipstream DS Matt White

Australia’s Matt White: twelve years a pro - he won a Tour de Suisse stage and his last race, now he’s a rookie DS with Slipstream, we talked to him about his new job, guiding the team at Tirreno, the Primavera and – argyle.

Seeking San Remo Pt2: The Duel To Via Roma

We last saw our hero Nick on the lower slopes of the Poggio as he rode the final capi of Milan-San Remo. But as Nick blubbers and gasps his way over the climb, a worthy adversary awaits to pounce, and the plunge to San Remo becomes a duel to the death! (of egos at least...) Fasten your seatbelts and read on...

Top Rides: We Climb VENTOUX

Thursday's stage of Paris-Nice finished atop the Giant of Provence - Mt. Ventoux. We rode the beast a couple years back at the Dauphine Libere, and while you're planning your vacation time- this one is worth considering...