There have been many Australian riders who have come to Europe, but there is a brave band who made the big time. Stephen Hodge is one of them with a ten year career on the top rung of the pro ladder.
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.
PeloPics: Inspired by our very popular look back at the 1986 Liège-Bastogne-Liège’, we've assembled another trip down memory lane with a Liège-Bastogne-Liège 1995 photo gallery. Set the Way-back machine for 1995, it's raining, it's April and we're going to Belgium!
Star Rider Interview: Sean Kelly was the 'King of the Classics' for many years, but the man from Carrick-on-Suir also won the Vuelta a España and many shorter stage races. His record at Liège-Bastogne-Liège is incomparable and so Ed Hood caught up with Irishman for his thoughts on the 'Old Lady' of the road.
PeloPics: This Sunday the pro peloton should have been 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.
Twenty years before the multi-million pound Sky Team rode the WorldTour, there was another 'ground breaking' British team that took on the Continentals in their own back-yard. The ANC team had its eventual problems, but it showed what was possible. One high point was Malcolm Elliott's 3rd place in the 1987 Amstel Gold Race.
PeloPics: To cheer you up before Sunday and the non-Paris-Roubaix, we have put together a collection of the best photos from the cobbles spanning a near 50 year period, from the 1970s to last year, 2019. Mud, dust, crashes and heroes - Hell of the North photo gallery.