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PEZ Turns 20: Chuck’s WORLDS’15 Weekend!

Chuck Peña rode the Worlds road race course for PEZ to preview the sights of Richmond before the fans arrived. So it was only fair that we send him back with his camera for the week-end of the championships to get the 'Chuck Peña Angle' on all the action from the 2015 Richmond Worlds.

Photog’s View Reload: WORLDS’15 Richmond Road Championships

Photog's Veiw Reload: As the 2018 Elite Men's and Women's World championship road races are about to kick off this weekend, we look back at the 2015 Worlds with photographer Darrell Parks. Darrell captured the best and unique images from Richmond, climaxing with Peter Sagan's first of three-in-a-row rainbow wins.

PEZ Talk: Adrien Costa

Rider Interview: Two Worlds silver medals isn't bad, there are many riders who never get any! Adrien Costa was second in the last two junior World time trial championships and so Ed Hood caught up with the Axeon team rider to talk about his battles against the clock and his success as a road rider with a big future ahead of him.

WORLDS’15: Photog’s View From Behind The Barriers!

Photog's View: Normally when photographer David Gill goes to a bike race he is working and has a specific plan of action for the best possible photos. But at this years World road race championships in Richmond, David was there as a fan. No pressure, but a different view form the other side of the barriers from the 'credited' lens-men. David does Richmond:

EUROTRASH Road Champs Monday!

Sept 28, 2015 - The big story has to be the World Championships in Richmond. All the race reports, results, quotes and video here in EuroTrash Monday. Also we have news from Ivan Basso, Saitama Criterium, Tour of California, new and confirmed contracts and sponsors. But the man of the day has to be Peter Sagan.

WORLDS’15 Men’s Road Race: Super Sagan!

Race Report: With a text book late move Slovakia’s charismatic Peter Sagan was crowned champion of the world after an exciting and savage finale in Richmond, Virginia. Invisible until one ‘minute to midnight’ he made his move on the steep cobbles of 23rd Street and once he was alone, he was gone - despite a desperate peloton on his heels all along the finish straight.

WORLDS ’15 Women’s RR: Queen Lizzie Reigns!

Race report: The elite ladies provided an absolute nail-biter of a finish in Richmond in what must be the best women's worlds in the last decade … breakaways, counter-attacks, tactical brinkmanship, and a great circuit, combined with intrigue and nerve-shredding pursuit all the way to the line.