Harlem Skyscraper Cycling Classic Father’s Day event is in its 46th year. The day starts with kids’ races before moving on to adult amateurs and, finally, the main competition with professional cyclists. Part of the American Criterium Cup stop number 4 in the series. It is one of the oldest continuing races in the country. Marco Quezada sent us his Harlem Photo Gallery.
This Sunday the pro peloton will be attacking the tough climbs of the Ardennes in the Liège-Bastogne-Liège one-day Classic, the oldest Classic on the calendar. 1986 was a wet and cold edition of La Doyenne, but Italian, Moreno Argentin came out on top - Photo and video gallery from Liège '86.
The 2022 'Sunday in Hell' was one of the most chaotic and exciting Paris-Roubaix classics ever. We look back at the winners of the cobbled classic, not all 119 of them, but the last 20 years, which is how long PEZ has been gracing the internet. Plus we include a few other top pavé performers.
Sunday gave us the excitement we wanted from the Tour of Flanders. The result was far from expected, right up to the final metres. Mathieu van der Poel was a worthy winner, but what about strongman of the day: Tadej Pogačar? We have put together a collection of the best, or different shots from de Ronde, thanks to the lens of Cor Vos.
Now that we are in the middle of the Spring Classics here is part 2 of John Thomson's Special Belgian Classic Photo Gallery. More of his selection from bike races, fashion, life in Belgium and some subjects that are quite Belgianesque.
The former "poor cousin" of the Tour of Flanders has gained new status in recent years with its move from a mid-week race slot to its own Sunday, and has become a better race where the real kings of the cobbles show up to do serious battle. We've scoured the Cor Vos archive to present this collection of the best Wevelgem photos from the 70s, 80s and 90s.
Later today (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.