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PEZ Talk: Multi-World Champion Steele Bishop

Rider Interview: 'Once a champion, always a champion!' That could refer to many a rider, but one very special guy is Australian multi champion Steele Bishop. World champion back in 1983 and now again in 2019. Ed Hood has been following the career of the multi champion for a long time and managed to catch up after the successful veteran’s World track championships.

Robert Millar – A Hero’s Career in Detail

Rider Feature: With the Tour de France on the horizon we thought it may be a good time to look back at the career of the first ‘Anglo’ to win the coveted King of the Mountains jersey in the world’s biggest bike race. Robert Millar was showing what could be done on the overall and in the mountains of the Grand Tours, well before the Sky team dream.

Worlds de Pez Rewind: TTT On The Cauberg!

Tomorrow in Florence the World Championships are kicking off with the exciting new event, the Team Time Trial. With trade teams of 6 and the time counting on the 4th rider over the line it's a test of not just strength, but cohesion and timing of your efforts. PEZ was there last year roadside in Limburg for the first ever Trade Team TTT, let's have a look back at the action and results.

PEZ Previews: 2011 Copenhagen Worlds Course

I check my watch. Twenty minutes to leg it back to the office in nearby Vedbaek. I should've left more time for my reconnaissance of the 2011 World Road Championships just north of Copenhagen. But work was my reason for visiting Denmark in the first place and sneaking out during the week seems like a privilege not to be abused.