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Best of ED: WORLDS’13 Pez Tourist Time!

With another Worlds under his belt and an afternoon off before flying home, Ed Hood had time to be a tourist in the lovely town of Florence to experience all that the town has to offer - in a biking sort of way.

Giro di PEZ: Off Course To Pisticci!

Back in 2013, 'The Pez' was in Pisticci, for a lot longer than he planned, due to the maze-like layout of old Italian towns. Here's the story: “Sempre Dritto” – ‘always forward’ makes a good translation.

RETRO ROADSIDE PEZ: Men of the Ponferrada Elite WORLDS’14

Worlds Retro Roadside: The last World road championships that Ed Hood attended were in Ponferrada, Northern Spain where he filled his camera’s memory. On his journey home he picked out his favourite photos from behind the scenes and on the Spanish roadside for this unique selection of shots.

Giro’18 St.19 Roadside: A Barking Good Tappa!

Roadside Report: It's not a proper Giro without a little roadside coverage - á la PEZ - and there's been no better stage than this #19, which saw the man best known for dominating recent Tours de France tip the Italian tour upside down with an epic attack for the history books. PEZ-Man Daniel Thevenon takes us into the action right at Bardonecchia...

TDF’17 St.14 ROADSIDE: Caravan Daze!

Le Tour'17 Roadside: The PEZ Roadside Crew bid a sad farewell to the Pyrenees - but had a day with the caravan passing and soigneurs reloading their men to look forward to - here's what you didn't see on tv...

Tirreno-Adriatico 2016: Roadside With PEZ

The week-long Tirreno-Adriatico used to be just Italy's answer to Paris-Nice's "race to the race to the sun". But Tirreno's "race between two seas" became the better lead up to Milan san Remo, and in recent years has gained even more as a goal for the Grand Tour riders. PEZ went roadside for stages 4 & 6 across the Italian boot.

Lost In An Italian Hill Town

One of my best days race chasing happened at the 2013 Giro d'Italia as my driver Mino and I crossed the ankle of southern Italy's boot. The tiny road we chose eventually disappeared, leaving us to find our way across uncharted farm tracks to a distant hill top town. We didn't accomplish much, but it's days like these that make the journey worth every wrong turn.

Riding The Belgian Cobbles

As part of his continued Spring Classics trip with Velo Classic Tours our man Mark McGhee has been out riding the Belgian cobbles that included the Gent-Wevelgem parcours and its famous bergs whilst being followed around by pro photographers on motorbikes, been up close to the pros at the Scheldepris race and hung out in VIP comfort in between. Life's tough as Paris Roubaix approaches!