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PEZ Bookshelf: Wheel Life 2

Australia has, over the years, been characterized by a lively cycling culture. In addition to its unique domestic scene, the Lucky Country has done well internationally since the first Aussies went to the Tour de France in 1914. “Wheel Life 2” is a fascinating look at Australian cycling in the 1970s and 1980s, as it was poised for success.

Keirin Rider Joe Truman Gets PEZ’d!

The keirin can be one of the most exciting events on the velodrome - 'It’s much like chess but with head butts and shoulder charges!' So said British keirin rider Joe Truman when Ed Hood asked him about his Japanese experience.

US ‘6 Days’ Winner Ryan Oelkers Gets PEZ’d

An American winning a professional '6 Days' is quite something, but a US team to win the '6 Days' of Moscow is stunning. Ryan Oelkers and Marty Nothstein did just that in 2002. Ed Hood spoke to Ryan about his historic win and his track career.

Velodrome Builder Sander Douma Gets PEZ’d

Ed Hood is suffering terribly from the covid-cancelled '6 Day' scene, but he can't turn his back on the wooden circle. Today he interviews a man who builds velodromes - Sander Douma, a Dutch architect who has been behind some of the best tracks all over the world.

PEZ Talk: Dave Chauner and Nelson Vails

Dave Chauner was one of the USA's leading road riders in the 60s and 70s; an Olympian that raced all over the World. He is the man behind 'Team Trak' and his new ambassador is sprinter 'Super Star' Nelson Vails. Ed Hood got them together to find out more.

Multiple British Champion Shaun Wallace Gets PEZ’d!

Chris Boardman and Graeme Obree may have grabbed the headlines in the pursuit world during the 90s, but Shaun Wallace was at the cutting edge from the early 80s and through the 90s, taking medals at National, Commonwealth and World level. Ed Hood caught up with Shaun to hear his story.