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WORLDS’16: What The PEZ Crew Think!

Worlds'16: Now the dust (sand) has settled, the PEZ Crew have got together to air their thoughts on the rainbow races in Doha. We have a special addition to the gang: US and LottoNl-Jumbo's Alexey Vermeulen who rode the time trial and the road race in the desert of Qatar. The 2016 World championships, good, bad or...? Here is what the PEZ Crew think.

Lee’s Lowdown: Superman Sagan!

Lowdown: By winning the 2016 World elite road championships, Peter Sagan has bolstered his reputation as the best riders in the peloton at the moment... and moving him towards the title of one of the best ever. Lee Rodgers dissects the Doha championships and gives us his lowdown on 'THE' race of the year and the characters of the battle.

Worlds ’16: Men’s Road Race Photo Book!

Worlds Photo Book: Our PEZ photographer, Chenthil Mohan, was at the big race of the World championships on Sunday to take the sights of Doha and the elite men's race. The championships may have been low on excitement, but Chenthil captures the action in Qatar and the top class finish.

EUROTRASH News Round Up Monday!

Oct 17, 2016 - Peter Sagan held onto his rainbow jersey for another year. With a strong and crafty sprint, the Slovakian swooped past the remnants of the field in Doha for his second World title. We have all the reports, results and video from all the road World championships. In other cycling news: Wanty-Groupe Gobert and BMC rider contracts, Bradley Wiggins not going to Abu Dhabi and five years with Etixx - Quick-Step for Tony Martin.

WORLDS’16: The Sagan Double!

Race Report: Two years in a row for the man himself, Slovakia's Peter Sagan. The Men's World road race was blown to pieces by the Belgian team on the wind-swept desert of Qatar, the group of strongmen were never seen again as the hammer went down. At the finish it was a sprinter's battle royal between Sagan, Mark Cavendish and Tom Boonen - the Slovak had the speed and the agility to take his second rainbow jersey.

World’s ’16: Women’s Elite Road Race Photo Book

Amalie Dideriksen spoiled Kirsten Wild’s birthday party in the women’s Road Race at the UCI Road World Championships Doha 2016. The twenty-year-old Danish prodigy came from behind to edge out Wild on the line for the world title. Take a look at the PEZ Photo book...

Worlds’16: Junior Men’s Photo Book

Denmark's Jacob Egholm won the Junior Men's road race today in fine fashion - going solo and being the winner to stick it to the bunch. PEZ photog Chenthil Mohan captured the action for today's photo book...