Kingdom of the Kermesse
October 21, 2010
The older we get, the better we were. Nearly every guy I know who races in Australia has done a season or two in the Belgian kermesses. I love the outrageous stories that I hear. They always start off as “Well back in the day when I used to race professionally in Belgium…” Quite often I’m …
Interview With Dr. Aldo Sassi
September 29, 2010
Last month I solicited questions from you for an interview with Dr. Aldo Sassi.
Bradley McGee. Legend.
September 14, 2010
Bradley McGee is one of Australia’s most decorated cyclists. He retired in 2008 after an phenomenal career and is continuing that success as DS with SaxoBank. We also see Bradley’s major influence on Richie Porte as his coach and mentor. You can see Bradley’s full palmares here.
Chris Jongewaard Interview
August 4, 2010
In September of last year Chris Jongewaard was sentenced to nine months in jail over a hit-run accident which seriously injured his former training partner. For those of you who don’t know the background of Jongewaard’s controversial story you can start by reading a post I did here. Chris served 7 months in jail and …
Alejandro Valverde Interview
July 27, 2010
A few weeks ago Alejandro Valverde agreed to an interview where the questions were asked by you, the readers of Cycling Tips. As you all know, Alejandro is under a two year suspension for his involvement in Operación Puerto. He has contested the decision, is fighting to prove he’s innocent, and has announced that he …
Alejandro Valverde Interview – Post Your Questions
June 29, 2010
I’ve always liked Alejandro Valverde as a bike racer. He is a superb rider who has delivered on some dramatic victories including Liège-Bastogne-Liège, San Sebastián, Flèche Wallonne and Grand Tour stage wins to name a few. As you all know he is under a two year suspension for his involvement in Operación Puerto. Valverde was …