PEZ first spoke to Tony Cruz when he was still a rider, back in 2006, even one of his bikes has featured in Readers' Rigs. So, it's well past time Ed Hood caught up with the ex pro.
We recently had a good look at the US 'Super Bikes' at the LA Olympic Games of 1984, but the team pursuit winning Australians were also astride some fine machines. Ed Hood spoke to man who built them - Geoff Scott.
Gear Break: In this week's 'Gear Break' we have a big mix of top and inventive kit. The new CHAPTER2 AO Gravel bike and the electric ÖSA bike by CAKE. Trek-Segafredo will be using Pirelli tyres and you can help Australian wildlife with DeFeet, new bar tape by Silca with a crash replacement policy and check-out D1x electronic shifting from Archer Components.
Reader's Rig: Trek's popular Project One project has taken off around the world with many singing their praises like PEZ reader Alexander from Florida USA who sent us in some photos and info on his Madone 9 Project One with Enve wheels and SRAM RED eTAP.
This Trek is a special bike for many reasons: it has suspension, it has ridden Paris-Roubaix, it's an ex-team bike and it holds great memories of a wonderful man who is no longer with us. Martin Clark put the bike together in memory of his friend and took it back to Roubaix.
Feb 08, 2018 - Four wins in 24 hours for Quick-Step, two of them by Fernando Gaviria. News, views and video from Colombia and Dubai. Froome will start his 2018 season next week-Top Story. Sunweb for Oman, AG2R and Nippo ride La Provence and Amstel Wild Card for Nippo, Tour of Utah Summer of Cycling, Polartec-Kometa presentation and Degenkolb's new bike-All in a packed EUROTRASH cycling news Thursday.
Frenchman Julien Bernard and Italian Leonardo Basso are to debut for Trek Factory Racing at the Tour of Utah from August 3-9. Both young riders will go on to race the US Pro Challenge in Colorado.
This summer, Samsung is making a major push to both celebrate cycling culture, and enrich the experience and overall enjoyment of cycling through its mobile devices.
Fabian Cancellara will not defend his Swiss national time trial title to focus on the road race on Sunday and the Tour de France, which starts in eleven days.