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GIRO’18 Stage 4: The Sights Of Sicily Photo Gallery!

PeloPics: The 2020 Giro d'Italia should have been starting its second week today after three hard days in Sicilia. Mount Etna would have been the jewel in the crown of the visit to Sicilia on Stage 6, we look back at stage 4 of the 2018 Giro d'Italia from Catania to Caltagirone taking the volcanic climb.

John’s GP de Quebec Photo Gallery

Our Canadian photographer, John Thomson, has put together another fine collection from his archives from a relatively 'local' race - The Grand Prix Cycliste de Quebec. The Quebec WorldTour race has been running since 2010 and John covers the years from 2015 to 2017 for your enjoyment.

John’s 1991 GP of the Americas Photo Gallery

PeloPics: PEZ photographer, John Thomson, has been going through his old photo files again, this time to put together his GP of the Americas gallery. The Grand Prix des Amériques was a one-day race in Montreal and was part of the UCI Road World Cup with a fine list of winners.

AMSTEL GOLD RACE’19: The PEZ Photo & Video Gallery

PeloPics: Last year saw a stunning performance from 'Young Gun' Mathieu van der Poel in the Amstel Gold Race. After it looked like his race was as good as over, MvdP pulled the chase group back into contention and then won the sprint from a selection of top riders. Here are the best photos from Limburg by Cor Vos.

John’s TOP 20 Photos From Hell!

Photographer's Choice: Another disappointing Sunday - No Paris-Roubaix 'Hell of the North'. Our photographer, John Thomson, has dredged his Paris-Roubaix files of the last four years and come up with his favourite 'TOP 20' photos of the cobbled Classic.

PEZ Photo Gallery: Valencia’20 Stage 2 Summit Finish

Roadside PEZ: Stage 2 of the 2020 Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana finished only an hour away from our man in Spain, Alastair Hamilton, so we had to send him to the coastal town of Cullera to take in the action. 181 kilometres from Torrent to the summit finish in Cullera, the final 3 kilometres rises 173 meters to the line.

Bill Kund’s 70s Cycling Remembered

Interview and Photo Gallery: After hearing all about Bill Kund's rapid rise from young novice cyclist to Olympic rider in the 1960s, we move on to the 1970s and being a professional in Holland. It wasn't all cycling, there was also a career in the music business and teaching, plus a World championships and rubbing shoulders with the best.

Bill Kund’s 60s Cycling Remembered

Interview and Photo Gallery: Bill Kund was an American cycling pioneer; from emigrating to the States in the 50s and taking up cycling and going all the way to the Tokyo Olympics in 1964 and a professional license in the 70s. Ed Hood got together with Bill to find out how it all started.