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24.968 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
ARGArgentina122
ARMArmenia2
AUSAustralia983
AUTAustria287
EUSBasque Country1258
BLRBelarus21
BELBelgium1203
BERBermuda1
BOLBolivia3
BRABrazil65
BULBulgaria1
BURBurkina Faso2
CANCanada381
CHIChile13
CHNChina8
COLColombia815
CRCCosta Rica45
CROCroatia13
CUBCuba14
CZECzech Republic72
DENDenmark152
DOMDominican Republic24
ECUEcuador15
ESAEl Salvador2
ERIEritrea10
ESTEstonia34
ETHEthiopia1
FINFinland19
FRAFrance6015
GERGermany1245
GREGreece5
HKGHong Kong2
HUNHungary5
INDIndia1
INAIndonesia1
IRIIran1
IRLIreland265
ISRIsrael6
ITAItaly2634
JPNJapan27
KAZKazahkstan119
KENKenya1
LATLatvia17
LTULithuania48
LUXLuxembourg433
MASMalaysia11
MEXMexico15
MDAMoldavia4
MONMonaco3
MGLMongolië3
MARMorocco1
NAMNamibia10
NEDNetherlands848
AHONetherlands Antilles5
NZLNew Zealand135
NORNorway110
PANPanama2
POLPoland52
PORPortugal166
ROURomania10
RUSRussia156
RWARwanda1
SCOScotland25
SRBSerbia7
SINSingapore2
SVKSlovakia57
SLOSlovenia62
RSASouth Africa89
KORSouth Korea4
ESPSpain3559
SKNSt. Kitts and Nevis 3
SWESweden84
SUISwitzerland371
TPETaiwan1
TRITrinidad and Tobago1
TUNTunisia4
UKRUkraine40
UAEUnited Arab Emirates1
GBRUnited Kingdom1325
USAUnited States1323
URUUruguay11
UZBUzbekistan3
VENVenezuela22
Total Interviews: 24922
 
Interviews
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Simon Yates
"I just started to unravel really"

CyclingTips, 11 June 2019
Simon Yates talks about his eighth-place finish in the recent Giro d’Italia, Septembers World Championships in Yorkshire, what life is like as a pro racer, his journey through the sport, and even about an infamous climb in the north of England.


Ted King
Jan Heine,
6 June 2019

“Why I love Dirty Kanza”
Last weekend was the 14th running of the Dirty Kanza, the famous 200-mile gravel race in Kansas. After the race, Ted King (TK), winner in 2016 and 2018, talked about what makes Dirty Kanza so special.



Skylar Schneider
Pez Cyclingnews,
5 June 2019

"everyone comes out to watch"
Skylar Schneider knows the Tour of America's Dairyland better than most - she's raced it a half dozen times, over almost a third of her lifetime. And as a pro rider for the powerful Boels Dalmans cycling team, she's looking forward to this year's TOAD and its laid back, fun to ride atmosphere.


Richie Porte
Tour de Suisse,
3 June 2019

"I was sick of coming second at the Dauphiné"
Overall winnerof the 2018 Tour de Suisse, Australian Richie Porte (now Trek-Segafredo) discusses missing out on victory in the queen stage, his team’s hard work, and his goals for the upcoming season.



Giulio Ciccone
Peloton Magazine,
31 May 2019

"doing my first grand tour in my first year as a professional was pretty amazing"
Italian rider Giulio Ciccone is doing more than living his dream. The 24 year old has stepped up to UCI WorldTour level with American team Trek-Segafredo and won a sensational stage 16 victory on the day the Giro crossed the Passo del Mortirolo and has also taken the King of the Mountains classifica


Alison Tetrick
Velonews,
29 May 2019

"I’m trying to hide my inner dork"
In 2017, Alison Tetrick set the course record at Dirty Kanza. Her effort to claim the top spot on the podium in 2018 didn’t go as planned, but Tetrick heads back to Kansas this weekend to take another crack at it.



Chris Harper
CyclingTips,
29 May 2019

"up Fuji there’s nowhere to hide"
Chris Harper (BridgeLane) is arguably Australia’s best climber not racing on the WorldTour. After finishing fourth at last year’s Tour of Japan, Harper headed to the 2019 edition and won not only the brutal Mt. Fuji stage but also the race overall and the best young rider classification.


Peter Sagan
CyclingTips,
27 May 2019

"Every year is different"
It’s a Friday afternoon in Sacramento. In 48 hours, Peter Sagan will take his second victory of the 2019 season, narrowly out-sprinting American Travis McCabe in front of the state capitol building.



Stefan Küng
Tour de Suisse,
27 May 2019

"I don’t think it could have gone better"
BMC won the final stage of the 2018 Tour de Suisse thanks to Stefan Küng. Wearer of the first leaders jersey after the American team had dominated the Team Time Trial on the first stage, the young Swiss was the only rider under 40 minutes in the closing Individual Time Trial in Bellinzona.


Owen James
The British Continental,
26 May 2019

"Baguettes for breakfast"
Owen James is in his third season in France, riding for the Breton team Côtes d’Armor Marie Morin. The Welshman made a few waves recently winning a stage of the tough Tour de Bretagne (UCI 2.2), one of just a handful of UCI race wins by a British Continental or elite level rider this season.



Lindsay Goldman-Bayer
Velonews,
25 May 2019

"I believe we deserve equal opportunities"
Having won the Most Combative jersey on the opening stage of the Amgen Tour of California women’s race, Lindsay Goldman said that women's racing should create grassroots demand for races and media coverage.


Arnaud Demare
Tour de Suisse,
23 May 2019

"I still dream of winning Paris-Roubaix"
Arnaud Démare won the penultimate stage of the 2018 Tour de Suisse, coming from behind to outsprint Fernando Gaviria in Bellinzona. Gaviria was locked in a head-to-head battle with Démare for the line, but the Frenchman had too much pure speed and won the day.



Tim James
VeloVeritas,
21 May 2019

Stacking up the top 10s in Italy
A young man by the name of Tim James (Zappi Racing Team) has been posting some solid results in Italy in the hard-fought u23 classics. ‘Best have a word,’ we thought…


Ethan Hayter
The British Continental,
19 May 2019

"My goal is to go and get three gold medals"
One of the brightest British cycling prospects for some time, 20-year-old Ethan Hayter already has a track world championship gold medal, a stagiaire spot at Team Sky and several striking road racing results to his name.



Thomas Stewart
The British Continental,
17 May 2019

God’s own countryman: Tom Stewart interview (part 2)
Now 29, Tom Stewart is the second oldest rider at Canyon dhb p/b Bloor Homes. He has begun to take on a road captain role in races, a role he says he enjoys. But he still harbours hopes of stepping up to Pro Continental or World Tour level.


Nairo Quintana
Tour de Suisse,
15 May 2019

"A stage victory in the Tour de Suisse is something special"
Colombian climber Nairo Quintana (Movistar) won the queen stage of the 2018 Tour de Suisse on Friday with an impressive ride, attacking at the bottom of the 27km finishing climb to Arosa and taking victory at the summit.



George Bennett
Cycling Tips,
13 May 2019

“It all comes down to Baldy”
The last time George Bennett started the Amgen Tour of California, he won the race. With several high placings in the mountains and a strong time trial, the 29-year-old Kiwi took the first (and only) pro victory of his career. Two years later, Bennett is back. And he aims to win again.


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