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PEZ Talk: Multi-Champion Marion Clignet

US Cycling turned its back on Marion Clignet, but the French Federation saw her talent and snapped her up in a flash. After a clutch of National, World and Olympic medals riding for 'Le Bleus' she settled in the land of her family origins.

John’s Women of Cycling Photo Gallery

Our resident photographer, John Thomson, has rattled his archive again and has put together a collection of his favourite shots from women's races - Road, if you can call the Strade Bianche a road, and cyclocross.

Nutrition for Those Amazing Women in Cycling!

Toolbox: Over the past few years we have been witnessing a very positive growth in women’s cycling, with not only an increasing number of athletes in the pro ranks, but also in the number of amateur and recreational riders. While some of the best WorldTour cycling teams have a female UCI team, information on specific nutrition for female cycling It is still scarce.

Champ of the Future – Teniel Campbell Gets PEZ’d!

Young Gun Interview: As ever, Ed Hood has been keeping his eye on the results of the 'promising riders' and the name Teniel Campbell has stuck out like the proverbial sore thumb. The twenty-two year old Trinidadian has been winning at home and now in Europe and will be a pro for the Valcar Cylance team in 2020.

PEZ Bookshelf: Queens of Pain – Legends and Rebels of Cycling

Book Review: Is there a reasonable explanation why so little attention is paid to the ladies in cyclesport? A book from Rapha.CC by Isabel Best brings new light to half-forgetten epic tales of women on wheels, women of enthusiasm, competitiveness and athletic accomplishment equal to any male counterpart. "Queens of Pain - Legends and Rebels of Cycling".