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25.007 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

EUSBasque Country55
CZECzech Republic2
ESAEl Salvador2
HKGHong Kong1
NZLNew Zealand14
RSASouth Africa10
SKNSt. Kitts and Nevis 3
GBRUnited Kingdom271
USAUnited States193
Total Interviews: 1788
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Skylar Schneider
"everyone comes out to watch"

Pez Cyclingnews, 5 June 2019
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.

Alison Tetrick
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.

Lindsay Goldman-Bayer
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.

Katarzyna Niewiadoma
9 May 2019

"it’s still weird with women’s cycling"
Katarzyna "Kasia" Niewiadoma won the third edition of the women’s Amstel Gold Race since its 2017 reintroduction. The former Polish champion attacked on the last of four ascents of the famed Cauberg climb and soloed to success, bagging a first WorldTour win for her Canyon-SRAM team this year.

Annemiek Van Vleuten
25 April 2019

"I think its good for women’s cycling to have a bit of rivalry"
Reigning time trial world champion Annemiek van Vleuten is also one of the best climbers in the women’s peloton. Yet van Vleuten has yet to win one of the hilly Ardennes classics. We caught up with van Vleuten to talk about her ambitions at the Ardennes races, and her rivalry with Dutch squad Boels-

Ashleigh Moolman - Pasio
19 April 2019

"we’re moving forward"
Women’s professional road racing has taken strides forward in 2019, but there’s still plenty of room to improve. That’s the opinion of South African rider Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio, a veteran and outspoken rider who keeps her finger on the sport’s thumping pulse.

Tagliaferro Marta
Team Hitecproducts,
18 April 2019

Until 2016, Marta Tagliaferro only rode for Italian teams. After two years at Cylance Pro Cycling, she joined Team Hitec Products – Birk Sport this season. With that, the team added a rider with a lot of experience, who also has a very strong sprint. “I am sure we will surprise a lot of people this

Clara Koppenburg
Cycling Pub,
18 April 2019

"I just went full gas"
Clara Koppenburg won the queen stage of the Setmana Ciclista Valenciana in February, clinching the overall victory the next day as well. Beating strong opponents such as Asleigh Moolman Pasio proved Koppenburg's qualities as a climber, and gave her confidence of what is yet to come in her career.

Annika Langvad
18 April 2019

The long road to becoming a dentist
This weekend, Annika Langvad will reunite with Anna van der Breggen at the Amstel Gold Race (they last raced together in the Boels-Dolmans squad at Strade Bianche in March). Her foray into Women’s WorldTour racing will continue at Flèche Wallonne and Liège-Bastogne-Liège.

Jeanne Korevaar
Cycling Pub,
8 March 2019

"The spring classics do really suit me"
Dutch riders have dominated the women's cycling scene for years, and there's little reason to believe that this is about to end with the development of new top talents such as CCC Liv's Jeanne Korevaar.

Annemiek Van Vleuten
Cycling Pub,
1 March 2019

"I'm still confident that I can repeat my last year"
Last September, Annemiek Van Vleuten suffered a crash at the road race of the World Championships that left her with a fracture in the tibial spine, an injury that could have left her out of racing for six months. But the Dutchwoman showed her resilience and she is back sooner than expected, just in

Letizia Paternoster
23 February 2019

"everybody loves Peter Sagan!"
Letizia Paternoster has been racing bikes for over a decade and has claimed multiple wins at the Junior and Elite level. She took the first stage of the Women’s Tour Down Under in January and we can’t wait to see what the 2019 racing season holds for her.

Lucinda Brand,
19 February 2019

"maybe it did matter after all"
In Saturday's elite women's race at the 2019 UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships in Bogense a late-race crash for Lucinda Brand in the bike-change pits – accidentally caused by her father who was working as a team mechanic – may have cost her the world title

Kendall Ryan
Road Bike Action,
14 February 2019

"Pretty soon I’ll have to retire and get a big-girl job"
Winner of the first stage of the Amgen Tour of California in Elk Grove last May, Kendall Ryan has been selected for the UCI Track World Championships in Pruszków, Poland, starting on Sunday.

Ashleigh Moolman - Pasio
Cycling Pub,
13 February 2019

"I still want to learn at CCC Liv"
Undoubtedly one of the world's top riders in the women's peloton, Ashleigh Moolman Pasio just won the South African National Championships Road Race for the fifth time and is looking forward to a new challenge at CCC Liv where she will team up with Marianne Vos.

Marianne Vos
22 January 2019

"It's clear that the level has gone up a lot"
Marianne Vos is undoubtedly one of the greatest riders to ever grace women's cycling. The CCC-Liv rider secured the 2018-19 Cyclocross World Cup title and is ready to start her 14th season on the road.

Elisa Longo Borghini
20 January 2019

reflects on a tough 2018
After a torrid season marred by illness and the demise of Wiggle High5, Italian superstar Elisa Longo Borghini is ready to put 2018 behind her and learn the lessons from a frustrating 12 months. A podium at Strade Bianche and the Queen of the Mountains jersey at the OVO Energy Women’s Tour were t


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