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26.346 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
ARGArgentina123
ARMArmenia2
AUSAustralia1022
AUTAustria287
EUSBasque Country1334
BLRBelarus22
BELBelgium1318
BERBermuda1
BOLBolivia3
BRABrazil67
BULBulgaria1
BURBurkina Faso2
CANCanada391
CHIChile14
CHNChina8
COLColombia875
CRCCosta Rica45
CROCroatia14
CUBCuba15
CZECzech Republic74
DENDenmark172
DOMDominican Republic24
ECUEcuador18
ESAEl Salvador3
ERIEritrea12
ESTEstonia35
ETHEthiopia1
FINFinland23
FRAFrance6352
GERGermany1289
GREGreece5
HKGHong Kong2
HUNHungary8
INDIndia2
INAIndonesia1
IRIIran1
IRLIreland283
ISRIsrael6
ITAItaly2801
JPNJapan29
KAZKazahkstan127
KENKenya1
LATLatvia18
LTULithuania48
LUXLuxembourg441
MASMalaysia11
MEXMexico15
MDAMoldavia4
MONMonaco3
MGLMongolië3
MARMorocco1
NAMNamibia10
NEDNetherlands889
AHONetherlands Antilles5
NZLNew Zealand141
NORNorway126
PANPanama2
POLPoland59
PORPortugal166
ROURomania10
RUSRussia165
RWARwanda2
SCOScotland29
SRBSerbia7
SEYSeychellen1
SINSingapore2
SVKSlovakia58
SLOSlovenia67
RSASouth Africa97
KORSouth Korea5
ESPSpain3644
SKNSt. Kitts and Nevis 5
SWESweden87
SUISwitzerland411
TPETaiwan1
TRITrinidad and Tobago4
TUNTunisia4
UKRUkraine40
UAEUnited Arab Emirates1
GBRUnited Kingdom1431
USAUnited States1386
URUUruguay11
UZBUzbekistan3
VENVenezuela22
WALWales46
Total Interviews: 26299
 
Interviews
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Joe Skipper
27mph Average to Win the 12 Hour Championship!

Velo Veritas, 5 August 2020
When I first got into cycling in 1971, the 12 hour record stood at 281 miles, set by Clifton strongman John Watson in 1969, that stood for 10 years until Pete Wells (Edgware RC) – until then better known as a short distance man – added five miles to it.


Damien Monier
Pez Cyclingnews,
4 August 2020

From The Giro To Guadalupe: Damien Monier Gets PEZ’d!
National champion, Grand Tour stage winner, WorldTour rider – Damien Monier… Where is the Frenchman now? Well, from winning a Giro d’Italia stage, he’s now winning the Tour of Guadeloupe and doing very nicely in Japan. Ed Hood found out more.



Lewis Askey
Velo Veritas,
30 July 2020

Signed with Groupama-FDJ then Locked Down
We’ve been big on the ‘retro’ lately – for obvious reasons – but with the season starting to come back to life we’ve been speaking to one of the ‘men of the future’, Lewis Askey.


Scott Sunderland
Pez Cyclingnews,
27 July 2020

Australian Star Scott Sunderland Gets PEZ’d!
op pro, WorldTour team DS and now race director with Flanders Classics… Scott Sunderland has done it all and got the T shirt. Ed Hood caught up with Scott to hear the long tale of his life in cycling.



Gordon Johnson
Velo Veritas,
24 July 2020

1970 World Pro Sprint Champion
“In those days you wouldn’t end up mega rich but I did buy my house from my pro days, Raleigh paid me well.”


Matteo Dal-Cin
Pez Cyclingnews,
23 July 2020

Virtual Tour De France Stage Winner: Canada’s Matteo Dal-Cin
Is virtual racing the same as the real thing? A win is a win and of it’s a stage of the Tour de France then there is nothing bigger. Rally Cycling’s Canadian, Matteo Dal-Cin, won stage 3 of the Virtual Tour de France, with pre-race favourites Elia Viviani and Nacer Bouhanni nowhere to be seen. Ed Ho



Phillimon Sebona
DeVelo.cc,
21 July 2020

Set your sights high
We lived 20 kilometres (12miles) from school so I had to rely on lifts to get there and back. A 40km roundtrip. I grew up on in the Botshabelo village in Mpumalanga, South Africa. Sometimes it would take me forever to get back home from school in the afternoons because I had to wait long for a ki


Eri Yonamine
CyclingTips,
18 July 2020

The Japanese champion with the unbreakable smile
She’s known for her elaborate race tweets with every possible piece of information neatly lined up in emoticons. She’s also known for posts about her cooking. Eri Yonamine is the Japanese road champion five times over: a world traveller living at the foot of the infamous Cauberg in Valkenburg, the N



Tino Tabak
Pez Cyclingnews,
16 July 2020

New Zealand/Dutch Star Of The 70s, Tino Tabak Gets PEZ’d!
Kiwi’s in the peloton are no rarity these days; George Bennett, Shane Archbold, Paddy Bevin, Jack Bauer are all well-known figures on the WorldTour. But the spiritual God Father of these men whilst as Kiwi as they come was actually born in The Netherlands. He won everything there was to win in New Z


Ludovic Capelle
Pez Cyclingnews,
10 July 2020

Belgian Star Ludovic Capelle Gets PEZ’d!
There have been a lot of ‘stars of the road’ from Belgium, probably the best riders in the World. Ludovic Capelle had a lot of competition, but he still has a fine palmarès. Ed Hood had a chat with the man from Namur.



Ludovic Capelle
Pez Cyclingnews,
10 July 2020

Belgian Star Ludovic Capelle Gets PEZ’d!
There have been a lot of ‘stars of the road’ from Belgium, probably the best riders in the World. Ludovic Capelle had a lot of competition, but he still has a fine palmarès. Ed Hood had a chat with the man from Namur.


Johan De Muynck
Pez Cyclingnews,
9 July 2020

The Last Belgian Grand Tour Winner
The late 70s and early 80s was a great time for cycling, there were many ‘heroes of the road’, not just Eddy Merckx, but a load of Belgians and Italians. Johan De Muynck was a classy rider, but he was up against the system that kept the top men… at the top. De Muynck should have had a much bigger pa



Sean Yates
VeloNews,
6 July 2020

How retired great Sean Yates lives off-the-grid in rural Spain
Four years after an agriculture accident nearly took his life, Brit Sean Yates lives a rustic lifestyle without electricity or running water in the Spanish countryside.


Masatoshi Ichikawa
Pez Cyclingnews,
6 July 2020

Japan’s First Grand Tour Finisher Masatoshi Ichikawa Gets PEZ’d!
In the 80s and 90s there were a few Australian, British and American riders in the European Pro Peloton, but there were not many Japanese… and certainly none in a Grand Tour. Then Masatoshi Ichikawa came along and finished the 1990 Giro d’Italia, a first. Ed Hood found out more.



Bob Cary
Pez Cyclingnews,
5 July 2020

Star Of The 70s: Bob Cary Gets PEZ’d!
The TI Raleigh team of Peter Post was one of the best in the 70s and 80s. Post ‘cracked’ a group of English riders on the team, they returned home, but Bob Cary stuck it out. Ed Hood had to catch up and find out more.


Pat Mcquaid
Velo Veritas,
3 July 2020

Shay Elliott was my idol as I was growing up
Pat McQuaid, former UCI President; people forget that before he moved into cycling ‘politics’ he was a good bike rider.



Chad Haga
VeloNews,
2 July 2020

Chad Haga on new challenges and ambitions with Team Sunweb
Texan speaks of hopes and expectations for the season, family life, and testing his time trial on Zwift.


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