Interviews

Rest Day Ride With Chris Froome

On the last rest day of the Vuelta a Espana GCN’s Daniel Lloyd catches up for a ride with Chris Froome who is in the thick of the GC action coming into the final week of the race.

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Back to the front: what Mark Renshaw has learned from reuniting with Cav

On yesterday’s second stage of the Tour of Britain, Australia’s Mark Renshaw (Omega Pharma-QuickStep) sprinted to victory in Llandudno – his first individual win of the 2014 season. Jane Aubrey caught up with Renshaw ahead of the Tour of Britain to find out what the past few seasons have been like for the man from […]

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Thor Hushovd: “I can look back at my career with a big smile”

Thor Hushovd planned to retire after the world road race championships in Ponferrada, Spain, later this month. He showed strong form in the recent Arctic Race of Norway, taking second on stages two and four, and believed he was in with a chance of worlds selection. However injury scuppered those plans and meant that he […]

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Celebrating the uncelebrated: the career of Ben Day

On Sunday we all watched and listened to the USA Pro Cycling Challenge which was a celebration of Jens Voigt’s final race of his illustrious career. But there was another rider in the peloton who was also competing his final race; Ben Day. As Jane Aubrey writes, Day’s career was filled with talent, glory and […]

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An interview with Lachlan Morton

At this time last year Lachlan Morton had won a stage of the Tour of Utah, wore the yellow jersey for two days at the US Pro Challenge and won the Youth Classification for both races at 21 years old. A year later he’s admittedly having “the worst season I’ve ever had” because of a […]

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An interview with Greg LeMond: part two

CyclingTips’ roving reporter Dave Everett recently caught up with three-time Tour de France winner Greg LeMond and, in addition to going for a ride, the pair sat down to talk about LeMond’s career, the Tour de France and cycling more generally. In this final part of a two-part interview, LeMond talks about his ongoing love […]

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An interview with Greg LeMond: part one

CyclingTips’ roving reporter Dave Everett recently caught up with three-time Tour de France winner Greg LeMond and, in addition to going for a ride, the pair sat down to talk about LeMond’s career, the Tour de France and cycling more generally. In this first part of a two-part interview, LeMond talks about returning to the […]

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Interview with Marianne Vos: on La Course, a women’s WorldTour and more

When the peloton thunders down the cobblestones of Paris’ famous Champs-Elysees on the final stage of this year’s Tour de France, they won’t be the first to have raced on it that day. Preceding the final stage is a new addition to the women’s UCI cycling calendar, La Course by Le Tour de France. CyclingTips’ […]

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An interview with John Trevorrow: his career, the Tour de France and Australian cycling

The winners of our Ultimate Job competition, Matt & Stefano, have done some amazing rides in the past few days and in this piece they catch up with one of the legends of Australian cycling John Trevorrow. In this interview, Trevorrow talks about his own history as a cyclist, how cycling has changed in recent […]

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Interview with Zak Dempster: the long road to a debut Tour de France

Earlier this week ProContinenal team NetApp-Endura revealed its squad for the upcoming Tour de France. In the squad is Australia’s Zak Dempster, a rider who is making his first appearance at the world’s biggest bike race. CyclingTips’ Wade Wallace caught up with the Victorian ahead of tomorrow’s Grand Depart in Leeds to learn more about […]

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