22, July 2015

Interview: A conversation with Peter Easton

Peter Easton of Velo Classic Tours dropped by for a chat a few months ago, and he's just released it as a podcast. He asked…

1, April 2015

Scott Mercier on Lance, drugs and forgiveness, The Finale

LR: Eddie Gragus [former pro and US Postal rider in 1996] on Facebook said that you've ben drinking the Kool-Aid. It seems that your reputation…

31, March 2015

Scott Mercier on Lance, drugs and forgiveness, part 2

A few weeks ago I had the good fortune to catch up with Scott Mercier, former US Postal rider, anti-doping advocate, former Lance Armstrong foe…

30, March 2015

Scott Mercier on Lance, drugs and forgiveness, part 1

Scott Mercier rode as a professional cyclist between 1993 and 1997 then retired. He rode for Saturn, Levi Leipheimer's old team, from 1993 to 1996…

14, March 2015

Chat with BLKTEC CEO Greg Grobler

've been riding on BLKTEC's wheelsets and components (stem, bars and seatpost) for almost a year now and though they do sponsor me (I want…

21, November 2014

Will Routley interview

"We are all part of this sport and we need people to believe in it again" Will Routley, cracking fella, was fortunate enough to entice…

10, November 2014

Matt Cooke Interview: 'You would never know their names if they had never taken drugs'

American former professional rider (he has just retired at 35) Matt Cooke came on the radar screens at crankpunk HQ when he commented on an…

13, June 2013

Dr. Conor McGrane on The Pat McQuaid File and an extraordinary meeting

you will no doubt be aware of the recent rumblings concerning the nomination of the UCI head honcho Mr. Pat McQuaid, who in his quest…

29, November 2012

interview: Dino Cento of Campagnolo

it's not the most comfortable of situations these days for Campagnolo. once the foremost supplier of groupsets and wheels to the very best cycling teams…


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CPCS is CrankPunk Coaching Systems. CrankPunk Coaching Systems grew out of CrankPunk.com, which began with me, Lee Rodgers. Bear with me here: this will take five minutes to read but if you are about to trust…