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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
ARGArgentina3
AUSAustralia161
AUTAustria18
EUSBasque Country71
BELBelgium54
BRABrazil11
CANCanada74
CHIChile3
COLColombia37
CROCroatia2
CUBCuba2
CZECzech Republic2
DENDenmark11
ESAEl Salvador3
ESTEstonia1
FINFinland9
FRAFrance283
GERGermany119
HKGHong Kong1
IRLIreland7
ITAItaly159
JPNJapan1
LATLatvia1
LTULithuania26
LUXLuxembourg12
MEXMexico2
NEDNetherlands144
NZLNew Zealand14
NORNorway20
POLPoland7
PORPortugal1
RUSRussia4
SRBSerbia1
SLOSlovenia1
RSASouth Africa10
ESPSpain132
SKNSt. Kitts and Nevis 5
SWESweden24
SUISwitzerland33
TRITrinidad and Tobago3
UKRUkraine3
GBRUnited Kingdom297
USAUnited States228
VENVenezuela2
Total Interviews: 2002
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Megan Jastrab
THE OLYMPICS TO THE SPRING CLASSICS, MEGAN JASTRAB WANTS IT ALL

CyclingTips, 23 February 2021
Megan Jastrab’s first season in the junior ranks was a hugely successful one. She won almost every race she started, including the 2019 world championship title on both the road and the track (in the Madison and omnium). COVID-19 prevented Jastrab from shining in the rainbow jersey because the junior women hardly had any races in 2020, but the race-free year proved to be a blessing in disguise. “Normally I would have had only half a year to prepare for...


Ruth Winder
Cyclingnews,
18 February 2021

Talking Olympics, Worlds in Flanders, Giro Rosa
US National Champion reflects on year-long absence of racing stateside



Shirin Van Anrooij
Cyclingnews,
1 February 2021

Introducing: Shirin van Anrooij
Former junior cyclo-cross world champion turns attention to full road season with Trek-Segafredo


Compton Katie
Cyclo Cross Magazine,
29 January 2021

Looking to the future with Katie Compton
All good things come to an end, the saying goes, and it couldn’t be more accurate for the career of cyclocross pros. While some riders have a short career, others span several decades.



Tara Gins
Cyclingnews,
25 January 2021

Tara Gins denied management role due to previous modeling photoshoots
Exclusive interview with a former pro who highlights gender double standards within cycling


Marianne Vos
Cyclingnews,
22 January 2021

I love the sport so much
Human qualities outweigh victories, results and medals says new Jumbo-Visma leader



Anna Van Der Breggen
Cyclingnews,
14 January 2021

Celebrating an icon
Double world champion aims to win more bike races and enjoy her final year in the pro peloton with SD Worx


Mari Hole Mohr
teamhitecproducts.no,
14 January 2021

“LOOKING FORWARD TO MEET THE TEAM”
In her second year an U23 rider, Mari Mohr joins Team Hitec Products in the 2021 cycling season. The 19 years old Norwegian rider will be one of the younger riders in a young team. She is however eager to learn and with her background in off-road cycling, she brings skills with her that will also he



Pridham Cherie
Pez Cyclingnews,
24 December 2020

Israel Start Up Nation DS Cherie Pridham Gets PEZ’d!
At the end of a year like 2020 it’s good to hear of someone moving up to their dream job. Cherie Pridham has been rider and a directeur sportif in the pro peloton and in 2021 she will be behind the wheel of the Israel Start-Up team car. Ed Hood heard all about it.


Josie Nelson
British Continental,
22 December 2020

Stepping up
As her eldest sister Emily stepped away from professional cycling this autumn, Josie joined the ranks of Trinity Racing for her first senior cyclocross season. The multi-disciplined team, who recently announced that its road team is stepping up to UCI Continental level for 2021, showcases some of



Pridham Cherie
Velo Veritas,
19 December 2020

DS with Israel Start-Up Nation for season 2021
California’s Shelley Verses – who will be running an interview with soon – smashed through one ceiling when she became the first female soigneur in the male dominated world of professional cycling back in the days of Toshiba and 7-Eleven.


Ann Helen Olsen
teamhitecproducts.no,
17 December 2020

“EXCITING TO COMPETE WITH THE BEST CYCLISTS IN THE WORLD”
This year Ann Helen Olsen (22) became the Norwegian U23 champion, taking a fifth place in the elite race, just one place behind Team Hitec Products rider Vita Heine. With that, she again showed good form. Next season Anne Helen also hopes to do that in the Team Hitec Products jersey. Time to get to



Jelena Eric
Pez Cyclingnews,
17 December 2020

Movistar’s Jelena Erić Gets PEZ’d!
Jelena Erić is a four time national road and time trial champion, and she is a hard worker for the Movistar women’s WorldTour team and still only 24 years old. In these times of ‘lockdown’ rider interviews have to be done remotely, but not when the rider lives in your village. Our man in Spain


Sarah Gigante
CiclismoInternational.com,
17 December 2020

Riders to watch in 2021 – Sarah Gigante
Sarah Gigante burst onto the cycling scene at the start of 2019, when she sensationally won the Aussie road race at the tender age of 19. Before that point, most outside of her native Australia hadn’t really heard of her, but all that changed one sunny day in Buninyong, where she defeated the might



Liane Lippert
Voxwomen,
14 December 2020

Voxwomen Sharon Laws Young Rider of the Year
For those who followed the 2020 women’s road cycling season, it will come as little surprise that the winner of the (newly instated) young rider category of the Voxwomen Sharon Laws Rider of the Year Award is 22 year-old German, Liane Lippert. “I’m really happy,” she said over video call upon hea


Annemiek Van Vleuten
elpeloton.net,
12 December 2020

The tenacious challenger
‘Challenge’ is one of the words that appears most often in a conversation with Annemiek van Vleuten. It does for a reason: that constant quest to challenge herself is the driving force behind the Dutch rider. It shapes the way she trains and her decisions throughout her cycling career. It keeps her



Caroline Andersson
teamhitecproducts.no,
11 December 2020

“DECIDED TO PUT ALL MY FOCUS ON CYCLING”
With Caroline Andersson, Team Hitec Products for the first time since 2014 has a Swedish rider in it’s team. In the past Emma Johansson and Emilia Fahlin were the two most successful riders for the team, who came from the Scandinavian neighbouring country of Norway. Caroline hopes to do the same. “I

 







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