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Seasons Greetings From The PEZ Crew!

It's been a very strange year for everyone and the world has been turned upside down. Professional sport crammed into a few months, some people were not allowed to ride outside and others given the freedom 'to work from home' and get in the miles. Here's how the PEZ Crew have handled our Covid-19 year:

Seasons Greetings From The PEZ Crew!

PEZ Holiday Greetings: Dear PEZ-Fans - thank you for another year of loyal readership - and if you're new to the site - we hope you enjoy our take on "what's cool in road cycling" and stick around. Here's a look back at our own personal hilights of 2019,  and what made it a cycling season to remember.

Happy New Year From The PEZ Crew!

PEZ Holiday Greetings: 2018 is over and we head into another season of cycle race excitement. The PEZ Crew has maneuvered their way through the New Year's Eve fairly unscathed, hang-overs apart, to give you their thoughts on the year past and the year to come. Happy New Year to all and have a great 2019.

VUELTA’18: The PEZ Crew Low-Down!

The PEZ Crew Vuelta: The PEZ Crew all agree that the Vuelta a España was again the best Grand Tour of the season, those (mostly) short fast stages with a tough finalé brought out the best of the peloton. History in the making with Simon Yates taking his first GT win to top of a first one nation/three rider clean sweep. Here are the best of the PEZ Crew thoughts on this years Spanish tour.

Seasons Greetings From The PEZ Crew!

PEZ Holiday Greetings: Christmas Day is under our belts, the dinner definitely is, and now we look forward to a new year and a new season of cycling and cycle sport. As always the Pez Crew have got together in the virtual World to sum up their 2017 and wish you all a prosperous, successful and an enjoyable cycling 2018.

Adios Alberto – The PEZ CREW Look Back!

Alberto Contador - PEZ Crew Tribute: Alberto Contador was probably one of the most exciting riders to battle in the recent Grand Tours, he would attack when others would watch and wait and his retirement will be a loss to the cycling World. The PEZ (virtual) office has been a-buzz of 'Berty' talk and so here are the thoughts of the 'gang' on El Pistolero.

Meet The Pez Crew: Chris Selden

INTERVIEW: A young Aussie bike racer relocates half-way around the world to chase his dream in France, marries a beautiful French girl, fathers two darling children, finds his lost racing legs and logs in as editor of PEZ. If the best life is also one that's least expected, then our own Chris Selden is living large - let's meet the man!

Meet The PEZ Crew: Dave Aldersebaes

One of our longest serving writers is also our tallest, Dave Aldersebaes (Dave A) measures in at 6 foot 4 inches, but more importantly he is cycling mad! He writes about it, he races in all disciplines and he is captain of his Ironclad Cycling Team. Meet the “BIG Man” of the PEZ Crew.