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23.588 Interviews
Here you find a collection of interviews on the internet in various languages. Bitossi (Thanks, Arturo!) is searching the Internet on a daily basis looking for fresh interviews. You can find them all in our Interview database containing thousands of riders interviews to be read, while having your cup of coffee.
Our eternal thanks go out to Lucybears, we miss him.

Year Month Language
Riders Country

CountryInterviews
ALBAlbania4
ALGAlgeria1
ARGArgentina118
ARMArmenia2
AUSAustralia909
AUTAustria276
EUSBasque Country1147
BLRBelarus20
BELBelgium1129
BERBermuda1
BOLBolivia3
BRABrazil62
BULBulgaria1
BURBurkina Faso2
CANCanada371
CHIChile12
CHNChina8
COLColombia748
CRCCosta Rica41
CROCroatia13
CUBCuba14
CZECzech Republic69
DENDenmark142
DOMDominican Republic24
ECUEcuador10
ESAEl Salvador2
ERIEritrea9
ESTEstonia32
ETHEthiopia1
FINFinland18
FRAFrance5619
GERGermany1208
GREGreece3
HKGHong Kong2
HUNHungary4
INDIndia1
INAIndonesia1
IRIIran1
IRLIreland249
ISRIsrael6
ITAItaly2525
JPNJapan27
KAZKazahkstan117
LATLatvia15
LTULithuania47
LUXLuxembourg413
MASMalaysia11
MEXMexico15
MDAMoldavia4
MGLMongolië3
MARMorocco1
NAMNamibia10
NEDNetherlands790
AHONetherlands Antilles5
NZLNew Zealand127
NORNorway106
PANPanama2
POLPoland50
PORPortugal158
ROURomania10
RUSRussia150
RWARwanda1
SCOScotland22
SRBSerbia7
SINSingapore2
SVKSlovakia50
SLOSlovenia57
RSASouth Africa84
KORSouth Korea3
ESPSpain3422
SKNSt. Kitts and Nevis 3
SWESweden83
SUISwitzerland353
TPETaiwan1
TRITrinidad and Tobago1
TUNTunisia4
UKRUkraine40
UAEUnited Arab Emirates1
GBRUnited Kingdom1212
USAUnited States1291
URUUruguay11
UZBUzbekistan3
VENVenezuela22
Total Interviews: 23542
 
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Pavel Sivakov
Going to L’Avenir to fight for victory

Cafe Roubaix, 18 August 2017
There’s no secret anymore that Pavel Sivakov is one of the strongest and most impressive riders on the U23 scene, but this doesn’t come as a surprise. All you need is a look over his incredible run this season and you understand why: between May 19 and July 16, he rode three stage races and won them all. When you see that those races were the prestigious Ronde de l’Isard, Girobio and Giro della Valle d’Aosta, you understand that this performance is a unique one in the amateur ranks and Pavel has a bright future ahead of him.


Axel Merckx
CyclingTips,
18 August 2017

On team tragedies: ‘I don’t want to ever experience this again’
With the recent application for a UCI Pro Continental license, there is a clear path forward for the successful Axeon Hagens Berman program run by Axel Merckx.



Keegan Swirbul
CyclingTips,
11 August 2017

The kid who beat Armstrong
Professional cycling is full of unknowns. Oftentimes, the hardest aspect of the sport doesn’t come during the race, no matter the duration, the weather, or the difficulty. Instead, the hardest aspect can be the struggle back to normalcy, confidence, and fitness after a setback. It’s something every


Elizabeth Banks
Road Cycling UK,
9 August 2017

Feature Interview: Lizzy Banks
Women’s national series winner Lizzy Banks talks to VeloUK about her breakthrough season on the road



Nathan Haas
Ride,
8 August 2017

I’m a cyclist for the love of racing more than anything
The news came through on Monday evening in a press release from a team that has a strong link with Russia even if it’s now registered in Switzerland. Katusha-Alpecin was excited to announce the signing of Nathan Haas. The 28-year-old has a contract for two years starting in January 2018.


Adam Hansen
Ride,
4 August 2017

Successive Grand Tour jurney endes
One assumption in modern professional cycling is that Adam Hansen will be part of the Lotto-Soudal for the Giro d’Italia, Tour de France and Vuelta a España – each year, every year. That’s how it’s been for a long time and how many believed it would be again in 2017.



Dion Smith
CyclingTips,
1 August 2017

A chat with Dion Smith
Kiwi Dion Smith recently finished the first Grand Tour of his young career — on the sport’s biggest stage.


Jose Alfredo Rodriguez Victoria
CyclingTips,
1 August 2017

A chat with emerging sprint talent Alfredo Rodriguez
Rounding the final corner onto Bullard St, the fast men of the peloton at this year’s Tour of the Gila downtown crit began fighting for wheels and preparing to launch their final kick to the line.



Jonathan Vaughters
CyclingTips,
26 July 2017

Cannondale-Drapac ‘pulled off something incredible’ at Tour de France
Standing at the team bus in Paris on Sunday evening, Cannondale-Drapac manager Jonathan Vaughters was holding a glass of champagne. His team had reason to celebrate; 30 minutes earlier Rigoberto Uran had finished second overall at the Tour de France.


Michael Matthews
Ride,
23 July 2017

The team made it possible ...
On the penultimate day of the 2017 Tour de France we asked Michael Matthews for an appraisal of each of his team-mates for the successful green jersey campaign…



Jonathan Vaughters
Ride,
22 July 2017

There's a chance…
After 19 stages and 3,414.5km of racing, Cannondale-Drapac has a rider in third place overall. Rigoberto Uran starts the 20th stage just 29 seconds behind the yellow jersey… can he win the Tour? We ask team manager Jonathan Vaughters…


Michael Matthews
CyclingTips,
19 July 2017

Victorious Matthews tangles with Dengenkolb, makes significant gains in green jersey competition
On a normal day taking the victory and clocking up 50 points and moving significantly closer to the long-running leader of the points competition would have been the main story, but Michael Matthews’ 16th stage in this year’s Tour de France contained an additional twist.



George Bennett
Ride,
19 July 2017

I’m just so devasted to leave
“I’m just sorry to everyone who has been backing me but that’s bike racing.” George Bennett had been up there with the best. But he leaves the Tour, “DNF stage 16”. We caught up with him at the end of the stage…


Richie Porte
CyclingTips,
14 July 2017

On recovery, returning to racing, and the Mont du Chat descent
When it emerged that Richie Porte (BMC) had only broken his hip and collarbone in his spectacular stage 9 crash at this year’s Tour de France, the consensus was that he’d been extremely lucky. The images of the crash were horrifying, and when Porte was loaded into an ambulance on a stretcher, wearin



Mathew Hayman
Ride,
12 July 2017

We're only human
How do riders manage a rest day? In a range of ways… and sometimes they even rest. Mathew Hayman explains…


Daniel Martin
CyclingTips,
10 July 2017

It was just super-treacherous the whole day
It was a day that could have turned out so differently for Dan Martin. Fourth overall on Sunday morning and poised to move up to third after the withdrawal of Geraint Thomas, the Irishman was also looking at a possible stage victory. Martin is a very quick finisher from a small group, has won races



Scott Davies
Road Cycling UK,
7 July 2017

Scott Davies talks to RCUK
Scott Davies was just 18 when he started to make a name for himself on the biggest stage – winning his first under-23 time trial title before a tenth-placed finish in the 2014 Commonwealth Games road race.


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