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Talking Cycling is a series where we talk to a number of interesting people in cycling. The interviews will cover riders, coaches, teams, press figures and more. We hope you all enjoy them.

Index to rider and team profiles

Interviews and profiles for 2005
Interviews and profiles for 2004

Interviews and profiles for 2003
Interviews and profiles for 2002
Interviews and profiles for 2001
Interviews and profiles for 2000
Interviews and profiles for 1999
Interviews and profiles for 1998-1999

Interviews and profiles for 2005

January 2006

Chris Sutton: The rookie
Francis van Londersele: A watershed of sorts

December 2005

Nathan O'Neill: A new home at Health Net
AIS training camp story index
AIS part III: German tragedy survivors: The road to recovery
AIS part II: Amanda Spratt: Getting ready for the next step
AIS part I: Warren McDonald: It's all about moving forward - together
Ruben Plaza: Chasing Rogers' wheel
Bradley McGee: Cycling's Harry Kewell
Leigh Howard profile: Young, and very fast
Oscar Sevilla: The rebirth of Oscar
Jeremy Powers: Picking your time
Daniele Pontoni: A farewell in the Far East
Barry Wicks: Indie sensibilities
Dario Cioni: Student of the sport
Frank Schleck: Flying close to home

November 2005

Oscar Pereiro: A brilliant year
Frank Schleck: Flying close to home
Julian Dean: Kiwi journeyman
Graeme Brown: 2006 - A year of reckoning
Robbie McEwen: "The goal is to stay there"
Wendy Simms: One big adventure
Danny Pate & Mike Creed: Cycling buddies reunite
Roger Hammond: Taking inspiration from Armstrong
Myles Rockwell: Rockwell rages on
Melodie Metzger: Stepping it up a notch
Dejay Birtch: MTB's singlespeeding shonky RV nomad
Jens Voigt: Defending the riders' rights
Levi Leipheimer: One of the main contenders
Heinrich Haussler: "A beautiful year"
Allan Peiper: Cycling, spirituality and the meaning of life
Tim Johnson: No regrets
Scott Sunderland: Part II: Stress and the ProTour
Scott Sunderland: Part I: The transition
Hayden Roulston: A big base for a big 2006
Peter Latham: Te Awamatu Prodigy
Ryan Bayley & Shane Perkins: A golden summer on the boards
Anna & Kerrie Meares: Sister act back on track
Paul Griffin: Going full-time in the Far East
David McKenzie: Dream a little dream
Fred Rodriguez: Fast Freddie focuses on the juniors

October 2005

Johan Bruyneel: "Motivated to win the Tour again"
Murilo Fischer: Cycling's Samba King
Lyne Bessette: Starting off slowly
Brad McGee: Staying put at FDJ
Magnus Backstedt: Magnus' hour
Mike Ward: Mike & the bike
Ben Kersten: Doing things differently
Marcus Burghardt: Boys just wanna have fun
Roland Green: Time to do something else
Nicolas Roche: Back in green and happy with year one
Dave Zabriskie: How bizarre
Barbara Howe: Barbarella, Queen of the 'cross Galaxy
Jonathan Page: 'Crossing over
Gord Fraser: Be like Gord
Eddy Merckx: Eddy on all things cycling

World Road Championships

Tom Boonen: Good, better, best in the world
Oenone Wood: Finishing it off in style
John Lieswyn: Once more, for old times' sake
Bobby Julich: One last big push
Mick Rogers : Aiming for number three
Sara Carrigan
: Motivated for Madrid

September 2005

Scott Moninger: Like a fine wine
Yanto Barker: Wanted - pro contract
Jan Ullrich: Staying motivated
Lorian Graham: Shattered knees and dreams
Fred Rodriguez: Getting the many jobs done
Geoff Kabush: NORBA king goes Euro
Trent Lowe: The Lowe down on Trent's move to Discovery

Vuelta a Espana

Roberto Heras: A calm leader
Joaquin Rodriguez: Always a protagonist
Santiago Botero: Gunning for another rainbow jersey
Tom Danielson : The new hope
Brad McGee: Completing the collection
Alessandro Petacchi: Madrid in his sights
Tom Boonen: Big gear rolling again
Brad McGee: New goals and grand tour realism
Denis Menchov: "Today I showed what I could do"
Floyd Landis: Chasing the maillot oro once again

August 2005

Karl Menzies: The Big Australian
Alison Dunlap: Ending an era
Monique Sawicki: Your ad in this space...
Tyler Farrar: US champ riding high
Ina-Yoko Teutenberg: Still schooling 'em
Susanne Ljungskog: Being the best in the world
Ned Overend: Just another year
Pat McQuaid: Next in line? - Part I
Philip Deignan
: So far, so very good
Bobby Julich: Riding the wave
Sylvia Schenk: Continuing her quest for Law & Order - Part I, Part II
Ivan Stevic: Fruit of two nations

July 2005

Tristan Hoffman: Into the team car
Cameron Chambers: Earning the hardest national championship
Adam Craig: Just having fun

Tour de France

Alexandre Vinokourov: Upsetting the game plan
Lance Armstrong: No regrets
Giuseppe Guerini: The simple plan succeeds
Marcos Serrano: On the wheel of Jalabert
Paolo Savoldelli: Il Falco flies again
Oscar Pereiro: Finally on winner's podium
Lenny Futura: The Futura is now
George Hincapie:
King of the queen stage
Georg Totschnig: His greatest sporting moment
David Moncoutie: Fireworks! French win on Quatorze Juillet
Alexandre Vinokourov: No gifts at the Tour
Sheryl Crow : Wildflowers grow in France,
Jens Voigt: A training ride in yellow?
Pieter Weening: 0.0002 seconds
Inigo Landaluze: Orange crusader
Lorenzo Bernucci: La Vita e Bella
Robbie McEwen: "I'll show you he's not"
Bobby Julich: Renaissance man
Floyd Landis: Just another race
Sean Kelly: King Kelly speaks Part I
Tom Boonen stage 2: Picking up where he left off
Tom Boonen stage 1: "I never thought this would happen"
Dave Zabriskie: Zabriskie means Zoom
Marcel Wust: 7 threats for Armstrong's 7
Michael Rogers: The harder, the better
Lance Armstrong: Ready for Number 7
Chris Horner: I am going to the Tour
Levi Leipheimer: Everything's in place
T-Mobile's point men: Alexandre Vinokourov & Andreas Klöden

Tour de Suisse

Cadel Evans: Final countdown towards Tour debut

June 2005

Jens Voigt interview: Best season ever?
Chris Wherry: The new Captain America
Robbie McEwen: Psyche of a sprinter, Part I
Dave Zabriskie: Dancing the post-Giro salsa
Vassili Davidenko: A cyclist's life - in three acts
Lance Armstrong: Suddenly seven
Ivan Parra: Victory at long last
Juan Manuel Garate: Italy tastes like home
Chris Horner: "I need to do the Tour"

Giro d'Italia

Charly Wegelius: Riding shotgun for Liquigas-Bianchi
Robbie McEwen: Today was my day
Mark Renshaw: The graduate steps up to the Giro

May 2005

Sue Haywood: Search for Transcendence
Eddy Merckx: An audience with the King
Trent Lowe: T-Lowe takes off
Aitor Osa: Basque Pride
Jens Voigt: The escape artist
Jeremy Hogan-Kobelski: Take it away, JHK
Trixi Worrack: The trick is
Tyler Hamilton: Hamilton reacts to two-year ban

Tour de Romandie

Bradley McGee: Absolutely!
Santiago Botero: The time of my life


Alexandre Vinokourov: In Vino veritas

Tour de Georgia

Levi Leipheimer: Back in business
Greg Henderson: Kiwi flyer
Bobby Julich: Aiming high on home soil

Amstel Gold Race

Amstel Gold Race podium: Confirmation, disappointment, and satisfaction


Tom Boonen: "concentrated, not nervous"
Mathew Hayman: Hayman's Heyday - today
Tristan Hoffman: "I'll be riding Paris-Roubaix tomorrow"
Henk Vogels: Coming full circle
Stuart O'Grady: Paris-Roubaix will be harder

Gent Wevelgem

George Hincapie: Can't wait for the weekend

Ronde van Vlaanderen

Tom Boonen: "You have to win the Ronde solo"
Kevin Van Impe: Playing the Wild Card
Stijn Devolder: In like Stijn

April 2005

Tyler Hamilton: Tyler's side of things...
Constantino Zaballa: Riding with his heart and head
Alberto Contador: A new lease on life
Thomas Voeckler & Anthony Geslin: France calling
Vicente Reynes: Spain's new hope
Erinne Willock: Webcor's maple leaf blows into California
Mick Rogers: Looking to Le Tour


Jérôme Pineau: Paris-Nice plans
Sylvain Chavanel interview: Paris Nice: a 'Mini Tour de France'

March 2005

David O'Loughlin: A pro return
Ed Beamon: Steering a steady course
Juan Antonio Flecha: Aiming for much more
Patrice Clerc: "The ProTour has nothing to do with magic"
Stuart O'Grady: What lies ahead
Antonio Cruz: The Breakthrough
Allan Davis: Bundaberg Run
Imran Abdullah: Investing for cycling's future
Lance Armstrong: An unfortunate series of events
Jeff Hopkins: Down Under in the Deep South
Micah Rice: Movin' on up
Tim Johnson: Bean town boy on the Bean Team

Tour de Langkawi special

Tom Danielson: Fresh for success

February 2005

Tyler Farrar: The next George Hincapie?
Serge Baguet & Peter Van Petegem interview: Fire and ice
Pat McQuaid interview, pt 2: New teams & the UCI succession
Pat McQuaid, pt 1: ProTour & Phonak
Erik Zabel: Different strategies
Robbie Ventura: Floyd Landis' coach on life after Postal
Steffen Wesemann: If I had a wish...
Igor Astarloa
: Rainbow warrior fights back
David George: Cultural differences and personal reinvention
Carlos Sastre: Effort, dedication and professional accomplishment
Barloworld: Progressing steadily, aiming big

Jacob's Creek Tour Down Under special

Phil Zajicek: Consuming passion
Stuart O'Grady: Every second counts
David McKenzie: in the heat of things

January 2005

Levi Leipheimer: Top five or bust?
Tom Southam: Learning from a champion
Mario Cipollini: Looking for number 188
Alessandro Petacchi: Staying at the Zenith
Ryan Cox: South Africa's next Tour rider?
Kate Bates: Earning her rainbow stripes
Tom Danielson: Great Expectations
Philip Deignan: Movin' on up
Jesse Anthony: America's Young Gun of Cross
Nicolas Roche: The Son also shines
Johan Bruyneel: We're ready to go
Chris Horner: Tooting his own Horner - Part I & Part II

Interviews and profiles for 2004

December 2004

Liz Williams: The Ulmer influence builds track cycling in NZ
Jason McCartney: Good things come to those who win
Dave Zabriskie: Things can only get better
Christian Vandevelde: Putting the past behind him
Floyd Landis: Making the best of the situation
Johan Bruyneel: Brick by brick
Ryan Bayley: Off the hip
Brad McGee: Aiming for a Tour top 10
Gina Hall: Retiring from cyclocross (again and again)
Ian Macleod: South Africa's ProTourist
Cadel Evans: Davitamon-Lotto's Aussie gamble
Ryan Trebon: Rising cross star
Sven Nys: One goal - the World's
Andy and Ben Jacques-Maynes: Jacques-Mayneia!
Jose Antonio Hermida: The Spanish Cowboy

November 2004

George Hincapie: Roubaix or bust!
Chris Hoy: Still hungry
Bryan Steel: Britain's Man of Steel
Floyd Landis: Worried but optimistic
Danilo Hondo: From lead-out man to leader
Adam Craig: Student of the sport
Mary McConneloug: Vocal nomad living her dream
Viatcheslav Ekimov interview: He who won't change
Oscar Freire: Three times the charm
Mark McCormack: One season at a time
Aaron Kemps: New kid at Liberty
Mark Gullickson: For the love of 'cross
Bobby Julich: Back in business - Part I & Part II
Scott Sunderland: A new career with Team CSC
Rudy Pevenage: "Preparing for next season sooner"
Johan Bruyneel: Keeping the spirit alive
Scott Sunderland: A new career awaits
Anna Meares: A household name in under 34 seconds - Part I & Part II
Roger Hammond: A Voyage of Discovery

October 2004

Geoff Kabush: NORBA's Mr Popularity
Lance Armstrong: My way - Part I & Part II
Stuart O'Grady: The Year of Living Dangerously
Santiago Perez: Spain's braveheart
Gunn Rita Dahle : The queen of mountain biking
Filippo Pozzato: The Natural
Sara Carrigan: Golden girl
Henk Vogels: Dead Man Riding
Erik Zabel: Growing older, growing wiser

September 2004

Oenone Wood interview: Aiming high
Olivia Gollan interview: Going for gold
Michael Rogers: One goal - the world's
Georg Totschnig: By Georg!
Ian MacGregor: Young American in old Europe
Simon Gerrans: A first time for everything
Davide Rebellin: Dry cry for me, Italia
Tom Danielson: A year of learning and a new start
Jessica Ridder: Climb any mountain
Edita Pucinskaite: Verona double?
Oenone Wood: Another Australian World Cup Winner?
Petra Rossner: A fond farewell

September 2004 Vuelta a Espańa special

Scott Sunderland: The Spanish test
Tyler Hamilton: "A field experiment"
Aitor Gonzalez: I'll be back
Oscar Sevilla: Beloved Baby Face
Francisco Mancebo: Mr. Consistency

September 2004 Tour of Britain special

Eddy Merckx: Back in the saddle
Tony Doyle: In good shape
Roger Hammond: Discovery time
Brad Wiggins: Waiting for it all to sink in
Rolf Aldag: Better teams make it easier
Brett Lancaster & Graeme Brown: Fresh from success

August 2004 Olympic Games special

Canadian women: fired up for the MTB
Sarah Ulmer: The plan is "go faster"
Anna Meares: Taking the bull by the horns
Michael Rogers: TT favourite
Tyler Hamilton: Tyler Tough
Michael Barry - "Positioning is crucial"
More Olympic features

August 2004

Phil Zajicek: Higher and higher
Fred Rodriguez: Olympic Passover

July 2004 Tour de France special

Lance Armstrong: On top of his game, having fun
Juan Mercado: David vs. Goliath
Thomas Voeckler: The end of the dream
Johan Bruyneel: It's not a formality, really
Michael Rasmussen: To Rule the Roost
Mark Scanlon: Settling in quite nicely
Baden Cooke: Ready to Cooke up a storm
Stuart O'Grady: Life goes on like a song
Scott Sunderland: Back for another crack at the Tour
On the road to Liège: Euskaltel-Euskadi sets sail for the Tour
Roberto Heras: Liberty, Egalité, Fraternité
Michael Rogers: A different approach

June 2004

Theo De Rooij: Rich on experience
Rory Sutherland: Flying High
Lance Armstrong: Three weeks to go
Roberto Gaggioli: Self-defense or self-offence?
Juan Curuchet: Saving the best till last

World Track Championships special

Day 1 tales
Day 2 tales
Day 3 tales
Day 4 tales
Day 5 tales

May 2004

Matt Hansen: The athlete and the artist
Mike Creed: A level of Creedence
Chris Carmichael: Armstrong's coach on Tour #6
Sonia Huguet: Aiming huge

Giro d'Italia special

Gilberto Simoni interview: Defending champ goes for three
Anyone speak English 'round here? Anglophones at the Giro

April 2004

Davide Rebellin: "Liberation, confirmation and realisation"
Floyd landis: More than the Tour
Juan Antonio Flecha: On target for greatness
Theo de Rooij: L-B-L "an honest race"
Scott Sunderland: A well earned rest
Gordon Fraser: "It's right up there"
Jesús Manzano: The vicious circle
Davide Rebellin: The new Rebellin or the old one?
Erik Dekker: "I'm a major contender for Amstel"
Magnus Bäckstedt: How Roubaix was won
Roger Hammond: "Everything is geared to Paris-Roubaix."
Magnus Bäckstedt: "I want to win Roubaix!"
Michele Bartoli: "Paris-Roubaix is easy"

March 2004

Igor Astarloa: Road warrior
George Hincapie: Recharged and ready to rumble
Oenone Wood: Focused on gold
Bobby Julich: A man reborn
Floyd Landis: On the right track
Lance Armstrong: Pedalling circles again

Paris-Nice special

Jörg Jaksche - Going places

Tour de Langkawi special

Luciano Pagliarini - "Harder competition but I want to win again"

February 2004

Unai Extebarria: A "Tipo Muy Majo"
Jessica Phillips: Crossing the pond
Ben Day: New Day rising
Andy Hampsten: The state of the union
Oscar Freire: Going for Glory
David Clinger: Back in the big league
Geert van Bondt: One more mountain
Eddy Merckx: The one and only

Jacob's Creek Tour Down Under special

French flair with FdJeux.com
A day at the beach with Quick.Step-Davitamon
The right car at the right time: A day in the UniSA team car
On the road with Panaria-Margres
David McPartland: All part of the plan
Robbie McEwen: Easing the tension
Patrick Jonker: Six, five, four, three, two, one... blast off!

January 2004

Crusing with Crédit Agricole: An interview with CA directeurs-sportifs Denis Roux and Serge Beucherie
Marcel Wüst: Life is good
Henk Vogels: On the road to recovery - again
Rory Sutherland: an introduction
Marc Meilleur: The Meilleur Motard
David Clinger: The Domina Effect

Interviews and profiles for 2003

December 2003

Graeme Brown: 'Whack, recover, whack, recover'
Heiko Salzwedel: Challenging WADA
Paolo Bettini: My Favourite Year
Tim Johnson: The Quiet American
Thor Hushovd: A turbulent year
Stefano Garzelli: The trouble with tonsils
Lance Armstrong: Still a lot to ride fast for - Part 1
Matt Wilson: "Just a rider"
Alessandro Petacchi: No comparisons, please
Dave Zabriskie: Dave's excellent adventure
Mark Renshaw: Graduating from development to pro
Anna Baylis
: Ghost rider
David Millar: Single-minded about Athens
Giana Roberge: Life after Saturn
Graeme Brown: Happy but hungry at home in Oz

November 2003

Magen Long: Oklahoma Express
Robert Hunter: Refocusing after a bad hunting season
Mirjam Melchers: A model of consistency
Peter Knudsen: Introducing the Parish Foundation Pro Cycling Team
Anthony Geslin: Ready for the next level
Judith Arndt: Arndt I having fun
Floyd Landis: Downtime in California
Michael Barry: Moving on up
Scott Moninger: Setting the record straight
Nicole Freedman: Israel, here I come!
Julian Dean: Into the wild

October 2003

Baden Cooke: Cooke's travails
Kristin Armstrong: More than a water-carrier now
Alexandre Vinokourov: In Vino, veritas
Sarah Ulmer: Finding the recipe for success
Bradley Wiggins: Right on track
Filip Meirhaeghe: World's pressure & taking a break
Marla Streb: Take a walk on the wild side
Sarah Tillotson and Kelly Benjamin: A dynamic duo
Ben Brooks: Going back to a stronger Jelly Belly in '04

58th Vuelta a Espańa Features

Levi Leipheimer interview: Never say die
Johan Bruyneel: The back-to-back Grand Tour champion
Roberto Heras interview: "I knew I had to give it all"
Alejandro Valverde interview: The killer instinct
Who is Isidro Nozal?: Talented, humble, determined...and Vuelta leader
Michael Rasmussen interview: Vuelta blonde ambition
David Millar interview: Hamilton in mind
Alessandro Petacchi interview: 2003: Petacchi's year
Matthew White - White knight boards the blue train
José Antonio Pecharromán - A future Grand Tour star

September 2003

Cadel Evans - Optimistic Evans on the mend
Lance Armstrong - Soccer dad and superstar
Mark Scanlon - Fulfilling his potential
Chris Eatough - Engineered for endurance

August 2003

Henk Vogels - Captain Courageous: A return from the dead
Joane Somarriba - Indurain's wheeltracks
Laurent Dufaux - Motivated once more
Haimar Zubeldia - The quiet achiever
Marty Northstein & Ed Beamon - Navigating their way to the top
Malcolm Elliot - Only as young as you feel
Sara Carrigan - Moving on up
Susanne Ljungskog - Bloodied but unbowed at the Grande Boucle Féminine
Brett Aitken - Dreaming of Olympic selection
Nicole Cooke - Another Cookie Monster?
Tyler Hamilton - A hero's welcome, and what's in store for 2004

July 2003

Chris Horner - Success, Saturn and San Francisco
Tylar Farrar - "A little bit of a shock."
Danny Pate - "Some things are worth more than racing"

90th Tour de France Features

Barry Hoban interview - Memories of the demigods
Baden Cooke - Bring on the Champs Elysées
Joseba Beloki - What lies beneath
Fred Rodriguez - Let the games begin
Robbie McEwen - Seeing green
Daniel Baal - Countdown to the Tour
George Hincapie - Ready to roll
Alessandro Petacchi - The unexpected champion
Michael Rogers - The power of one

June 2003

Jobie Dajka - The World Keirin Champion on riding the International Keirin series in keirin's home country, Japan.
Genevieve Jeanson - Killing them softly
Chris Witty - Get Witty
Laurent Brochard - The world according to Laurent
Samuel Dumoulin - I am Sam
Jean Luc Jonrond, Jean Delatour Team Manager - To Le Tour with Jean Delatour
Petra Rossner - Seven deadly sprints
Charles Dionne - keeping the rubber side down from now on
Filip Meirhaeghe interview - more than a mountainbiker

May 2003

Mary Grigson interview - Nursing mind and body back to form
Hayden Roulston interview - To rule the Roulst
Dr Michele Ferrari interview part one - Training methods and 20 years of changes
Dr Michele Ferrari interview part two - The court case and Lance Armstrong

86th Giro d'Italia Features

Robbie McEwen interview - Relaxed and ready for the 2003 Tour
Magnus Bäckstedt interview - A day off in Napoli
Graeme Brown interview - Evening the odds
I Campioni - A pictorial of the great Italian riders: Part I and Part II

April 2003

Ben Brooks interview - The Choco man cometh to Cali
Viatcheslav Ekimov interview - A race that makes him feel younger
Jeremy Horgan-Kobelski interview - Boulder and beyond
Jimena Florit interview - Striving for perfection
Wade Bootes interview - Crossing over from dirt to boards

March 2003

Gord Fraser - A healthy lifestyle with Team Health Net
Tanya Lindenmuth - Racing for the feds
Erik Weispfennig - Coming to Australia
Marion Clignet - Back on track
David Millar - Who is the real David Millar?
Susanne Ljungskog - Life's about taking risks
Kate Nichols - A chip off the old block?

February 2003

Bjarne Riis - Coach to coach
Kate Nichols - A chip off the old block?
Steffen Kjćrgaard - Ride Steffen, ride
Susan Stewart - manager of Flanders-iteamNova.com
Chann McRae - No longer going Postal
Miguel "Amazing" Meza|
Ciarán Power - A Navigator finds his way
Roland Green - Captain Canada gets on board the 'blue train' in '03
Allan Davis - Hitting the big time

January 2003

Tour De Langkawi Features

Breaking through: Iran's national team at the LTdL
An interview with Bjornar Vestol - Just the Faks
A day in the life of a Directeur-Sportif at the LTdL
Laying down the law with LTdL Chief Commissaire Michael Robb
O'Neill in sparkiling form as he opens his account in Le Tour
An interview with LTdL Race Controller Alan Rushton
Steve Thomas' own Tour de Langkawi - Part I, Part II and Part III.

Tour Down Under Features

Sean Yates - Tending a Danish Garden
Tom Boonen - Boomin' Boonen comes to Adelaide
Jörg Ludewig - Poetry in motion
Bobby Julich
- Getting his priorities right
McEwen and Gates take five
Cooke takes aim for the European spring - FDjeux.com's sprinter reveals future plans
"I want to win" - Andrea Tafi talks to Cyclingnews

Other interviews

Alessandro Petacchi - Not your usual sprinter
Katie Mactier
- New neighbours, new challenges
Brad McGee - Rocking at 58km/h
Olga Slioussareva - Fly in the ointment
Elizabeth (Lizzie) Williams - Blonde ambition

Interviews and profiles for 2002

December 2002 - Santiago Botero - Colombian sportsman of the year
December 2002 - Fred Rodriguez: An up-and-down 2002, supplements and 'Fast Freddy's Blend'
December 2002 - Membership, money and medals: USA Cycling CEO Gerard Bisceglia
December 2002 - Thor Hushovd: Ready to carve out a niche
December 2002 - Greg Minnaar: The Fresh Prince of Big Air
December 2002 - Martin Whiteley, Global Racing DS: Think Global, act local
December 2002 - Kimberly Bruckner: Time for a change
December 2002 - Tim Johnson and Lyne Bessette: The Tim & Lyne show
November 2002 - Laura Van Gilder: How fast (or far) can I go?
November 2002 - Jonny Sundt: Cat on a hot tin roof
November 2002 - Levi Leipheimer: Living up to Potential
November 2002 - Sean Eadie: 2002 World sprint champion
November 2002 - Jonathan Page: US boy bearing the 'cross in Belgium
November 2002 - Oleg Grichkine, Russian Champion: As long as the legs spin
November 2002 - Roy Knickman: Stepping up to the plate for Prime Alliance
November 2002 - Chris Hoy: The Kilo Guy
November 2002 - Tom Danielson: Climbing specialist and new Saturn signing
November 2002 - Lisa Mathison: Junior MTB world champion & UCI scholarship holder
October 2002 - Lance Armstrong comments on the 2003 TdF
October 2002 - Nicholas Roche - Roche junior steps out of the shadows
October 2002 - Henk Vogels Part II - Come fly with me
October 2002 - Baden Cooke - Big Boy Baden
October 2002 - Questions & Lanswers - Lance Armstrong meets the people at Interbike
October 2002 - Tomas Lövkvist - Sweden's Junior World's hope
October 2002 - Henk Vogels, part 1 - getting chirpy about the World Roads, his best season ever and his decision to leave Credit Agricole
September 2002 - L'Americano - Guido Trenti: a pro's life in Italy and riding the world's for the USA
September 2002 - Cyrille Guimard sings praise of Baden Cooke
September 2002 - Cycling and beyond with Zoulfia Zabirova
September 2002 - Floyd Landis - Back home again
September 2002 - Amber Neben - one of the new stars of women's cycling
September 2002 - Jens Schwedler - Germany's 'cross champion
September 2002 - Jose Miguel Echavarri - a rare interview with the iBanesto.com director (also in Spanish)
September 2002 - Iban Mayo interview - The great orange hope of the Basque Country. Also available in Castellano.
September 2002 - Team Phonak - Talking in the Phonakular
September 2002 - Laurent Jalabert - Bowing out while still at the top
September 2002 - Johan Bruyneel - the USPS mastermind on Vuelta objectives and rivals
August 2002 - Cadel Evans - Off to the Tour with Telekom
August 2002 - Miranda Vierling - brains over brawn at the junior worlds
August 2002 - Bert McConnell - Track racing über-fan
August 2002 - Jonathan Vaughters, part 1 - leaving Credit Agricole
August 2002 - Jonathan Vaughters, part 2 - V is for venerable
August 2002 - Susanne Ljungskog - LGBF final stage winner
August 2002 - Catherine Marsal - Saturn's French connection
August 2002 - Madeleine Lindberg - Swedish champion and LGBF stage winner

July 2002: Tour de France

Lance Armstrong - Pre-Tour press conference
Lance Armstrong - July 25 press conference given in the Alps.
Lance Armstrong - July 27 press conference
Chris Carmichael - speaks about Armstrong's preparation, chances, rivals, the parcours and more.
Baden Cooke Part 1 - Yearning for a stage win the Tour de France.
Baden Cooke Part 2 - When you're scooting along at 70 clicks an hour, there's no time for talking.
Erik Dekker - Getting hip to Mr Congeniality.
David Etxebarria Part 1 - Euskaltel-Euskadi's hard man explains the reason behind the creation of the "Euskaltel animal" and more Also available in Spanish.
David Etxebarria Part 2 - Etxebarria talks about who in EE's hot and who's not, his predictions for the TdF, and more. Also available in Spanish.
Igor Gonzales de Galdeano - ONCE's chrono man (Spanish version)
Ivan Basso - The story of the wolf and the stallion.
Julian Gorospe - Euskaltel's DS on the orange team's Tour aims
Tyler Hamilton - Hamilton will be giving his all to put Austin Powers in a spot of difficulty come the high mountains.
Robert Hunter - The 25 year-old South African sprinter muses about his team's withdrawal from pro cycling at the end of the year.
Floyd Landis - Fat-tyre addict turned relevatory roadie
The Legend of Landis Part 1 - The story of Floyd Landis is among the most intriguing to emerge out the world of pro cycling in the last few years.
The Legend of Landis Part 2 - Floyd talks about his switch from mountainbiking and his entry into the world of professional road racing.
Robbie McEwen - Find out about his preparation and plans leading up the world's biggest cycling race.
Bradley McGee - The prologue favourite from down under talks about his goals, preparation and the fruits of the Aussie FDJ connection
Stuart O'Grady - "I'm back on bike, ready to do everything I can to keep the green jersey until AFTER the line on the Champs-Elysées!".
Samuel Sanchez Gonzalez - Euskaltel-Euskadi's 24 year old Tour rookie isn't expected to do great things. Except that is, by himself. Available in Spanish.
Richard Virenque - Virenque's solo victory in Paris-Tours in the latter half of the 2001 season signalled a comeback. However his path of retribution is not complete.

July 2002 - Sarah Ulmer interview - Off to Manchester I go, united
June 2002 - Fredrik Modin - Sweden's newest (and lightest) star
June 2002 - Floyd Landis - Back on right track with USPS for 2002
June 2002 - Deirdre Demet-Barry - Fly Like a Butterfly
June 2002 - Scott Sunderland - Team talk, Commonwealth Games, Aussies in Italy, and Tchmil

May 2002: Giro d'Italia

Dario Cioni - Guerriero del ombra: Shadow warrior
Graeme Brown - Una grande entrata for Brownie
Francesco Casagrande - Headstrong and head-on
Tyler Hamilton - American Flyer
Giovanni Battaglin - A legend of the Giro looks back
Alessandro Petacchi - A Fassabulous season
Daniele Nardello - Friendly aggressor
Gilberto Simoni - Mountain Man
Stefano Garzelli - A man on a mission
Cadel Evans - Pre-Giro thoughts

May 2002 - Mike Giraud - wrenching for Rona
April 2002 - Volvo-Cannondale - Defending the top MTB spot
April 2002 - Viatcheslav Ekimov - Returning to racing
April 2002 - Lance Armstrong - talks about going for a fourth Tour, the Classics and more grief from the French authorities
March 2002 - Dirk Demol - US Postal's directeur sportif
March 2002 - Heiko Salzwedel - The UK's track coach
March 2002 - Erik Zabel - Going for a fifth MSR
March 2002 - Davide Rebellin - Small teams and 2002 aims
March 2002 - Marty Jemison - Returning to Civvy Street
March 2002 - Lance Armstrong - Replies to Vasseur accusations
March 2002 - Cedric Vasseur - Speaking his mind
March 2002 - Scott McGrory - Back to training
February 2002 - Prime Alliance - Aiming higher in 2002
February 2002 - Basil Milsal - Up and coming American Six Day rider
February 2002 - Panaria-Fiordo '02 - Fast, Fizzy and Orange
February 2002 - Hernan Dario Muńoz - Tour de Langkawi winner
February 2002 - Team fakta - presentation 2002
February 2002 - David McKenzie - back in the saddle
February 2002 - Equipe Cycliste RONA - Report from the training camp
February 2002 - Team Saturn - Training hard for 2002
February 2002 - Team Coast - Poised for success
January 2002 - Saeco - Longoni Sport - Balance & focus to make a great leap forward
January 2002 - Gilberto Simoni - Preparing for the challenge
January 2002 - Mapei-Quick Step - Mega Mapei wants to regain top spot in '02
January 2002 - ITERA - a presentation without a presentation
January 2002 - Fassa Bortolo - poised for major moves in 2002
January 2002 - US Postal - The 2002 squad emerges into the Arizona sunshine
January 2002 - Victor Hugo Pena - 2001 disappointments, 2002 goals
January 2002 - Servais Knaven - Roubaix, Domo & the Tour
January 2002 - An Evening with Stuart O'Grady - Answering questions from the fans
January 2002 - Zoulfia Zabirova - Life, love and a little on women's cycling
January 2002 - George Hincapie - New Year resolutions, Paris-Roubaix and Postal
January 2002 - Steffen Wesemann - Back in the pink

January 2002: Jacob's Creek Tour Down Under Special

Robbie McEwen - starting the season at fill tilt
Brad McGee - bringing it all back home
Brad Davidson - from Carnegie Caulfield CC to Saeco
David McPartland - best young rider
Bobby Julich - in the pink with Telekom
Glenn d'Hollander - TDU Stage 3 Man of the Day
Robert Tighello - the TDU wild card shows his colours
Scott Sunderland - On the comeback trail
Scott Sunderland - lousy luck
Julian Dean - the best excuse for missing your anniversary
Cadel Evans - riding borrowed bike at the TDU
Cadel Evans - a TDU win at last
Andrea Tafi - in search of one good victory
Daniele Nardello - unfazed by early TDU bump
Fred Rodriguez - Captain America Down Under
Jaan Kirsipuu, - keen for kudos

Interviews and profiles for 2001

December 2002 - Cadel Evans - The road to Mapei
December 2001 - Ryan Bayley - The KFC-fuelled world champ
December 2001 - David McKenzie - Macca's Back
December 2001 - Laurent Jalabert - Jalabert looks ahead
December 2001 - Charly Wegelius - A coffee stop with Charly
November 2001 - Sven Montgomery - Moving up in the world
November 2001 - Rochelle Gilmore - Road scholar
November 2001 - Nicole Cooke - Women's cycling's rising star
November 2001 - Floyd Landis - Floyd goes Postal
November 2001 - David Millar - It's Millar time-out in Noosa
November 2001 - Matthew White - The end of a tough season
October 2001 - Alison Dunlap - Her greatest moment
October 2001 - Brad Wiggins - Francaise des Jeux's new signing
October 2001 - Marty Nothstein - New horizons for the US track king
October 2001 - Viatcheslav Ekimov - The last day is the first day
October 2001 - Danny Pate - U23 world champion
October 2001 - Patrick Serra - Manager of the new SIME team
September 2001 - Trent Wilson - Fakta's new staigiare
September 2001 - Marty Nothstein - From Goodwill to the road
September 2001 - Heiko Salzwedel - Britain's new track coach
August 2001 - Pavel Tonkov - Never giving up hope
August 2001 - Andrei Zintchenko - Emerging Russian has mixed feelings
August 2001 - Dylan Casey - All knitted for the future
August 2001 - Jukka Vastaranta -The world's biggest cycling talent is a skier
July 2001 - Cassie Lowe - Two times women's RAAM winner
June 2001 - Stefan Adamsson - Climbing the cycling ladder
July 2001 - Sean Kelly - King of the Road
July 2001 - Brad McGee - His time keeps improving
May 2001 - Rob Hayles - Confessions of a Classics newbie
May 2001 - Leontien Zijlaard-Van Moorsel - Balance, the Hour Record and retirement
May 2001 - Mark Gorski - US Postal, Le Tour, Lance and more
May 2001 - Brad Wiggins - Big Man, Big Future
April 2001 - Scott Sunderland - The Day After
April 2001 - Nathan O'Neill - Back on track in Italy
March 2001 - Dylan Casey & Jamie Burrow - Postal workers
March 2001 - Rochelle Gilmore - A change in direction?
March 2001 - Baden Cooke - Future star
March 2001 - Viatcheslav Ekimov - 'The Russian'
February 2001 - Fassa Bortolo - The boys in blue 'fess up
February 2001 - Celestino and Savoldelli - Saeco stars speak
February 2001 - Robbie McEwen - Australian sprinter bouncing back

Interviews and profiles for 2000

August 2000 - Tommy Prim - Swedish legend of the '80s
June 2000 - Nicole Freedman - US National Champion and Olympian
June 2000 - George Hincapie - An American for the Classics
May 2000 - Perry Stone - Read about this Canadian's oddessy around Australia
March 2000 - Mari Holden - Disappointments fuel success
February 2000 - Cadel Evans - Cadel's first break
February 2000 - Jamie Drew - A new start for the year
January 2000 - Marion Clignet - A remarkable comeback from arthritis
January 2000 - Anna Wilson - Journey to the top
January 2000 - Ronnie Schmeer - A question of balance
January 2000 - US Postal Service - The winning combination

Interviews and profiles for 1999

December 1999 - Mercury - Strength through solid planning
December 1999 - Nutra-Fig - Committed to developing young riders
December 1999 - 7Up-Colorado Cyclist - A do-it-yourself team
December 1999 - John Lieswyn - Never say surrender
December 1999 - Brett Aitken - A year of ups and downs
December 1999 - Matthew Gilmore - A True Blue Belgian
November 1999 - Andrei Tchmil - World Cup Champion, 1999
November 1999 - Clark Sheehan - A career of ups and downs
January 1999 - Sven Nijs - Belgium's Cyclocross star

Interviews and profiles for 1997-98

January 1998 - Robbie McEwen
January 1998 - Patrick Jonker
January 1998 - Matt White
December 1997 - Anna Wilson
December 1997 - Lance Armstrong