RACHEL an Olympian and Worlds medallist recently transferred to new women's outfit Movistar. We sat down with Rachel to talk her unorthodox way into the professional peloton, an aversion to "doof doof" music and learning the words to "Ice Ice, Baby" to fit in in highschool.
Ian Boswell has set about quietly rising through the Professional ranks over the past six years and with a new team in 2018 big things are on the cards. We sat down with Ian to talk unconventional pre-race playlists, being banned from selecting the music on the bus and buzzed words being the most honest words.
Emily Maye has spent the last six years or so embedded with some of the most prolific athletes of our time, and, unsurprisingly producing some of the most iconic and unique sports photography of the last decade. We sat down with Emily to talk spontaneous cello, a young Julian Casablancas, ballet and listening to“Stick the Fucking Flag up Your Goddamn Ass, You Sonofabitch” with her mum.
Sami Sauri has burst onto the fixed gear crit scene in a big way the past couple of seasons, progressing up the RHC standings and looks to be a force in 2018. We sat down with Sami to talk enjoying Pavarotti as a kid, preferring to socialise pre race, and never havnig seen the the Spice Girls movie.
Charles can do heaps of cool shit, just google it. We spoke to him about being a punk and playing the flute, his cover band the MESSFITS, the ideal cycling event and how many punks you can fit into a Ford Tempo.
Samantha Schneider, the older of the two Schneider sisters, has been killing it both on the US national scene and internationally for what feels like forever and she's still only 27. We sat down with Samantha to talk getting busted for wanting to be a dancer for the Exotics in grade three, getting up the courage to sing the swear words to Alanis Morissette and failing to impress her husband with a live recording of The Doors.
Tiffany Cromwell is one of Australia's most successful cycling exports. A force on the bike and a character off it we sat down with Tiff to talk absorbing the musical culture of her European base, the difficulties of getting to know a place whilst racing, and Australian punk icons Frenzal Rhomb.
Born in Moscow ANDY moved to the USA with his parents twice before settling for life. One of cycling's most unique photographers, Andy gave us some great stories about staying on the same floor as Steven Tyler, being KISS's biggest fan for a year, picking up music from the now legendary John Herety and knowing most of the lyrics to the Frozen soundtrack.
One half of the Schneider Sisters SKY has been racing since she could walk and recently signed with European Boels Dolmans. She sat down with us and spoke about going to gigs at 5 years of age, controlling the music in the team bus, nights out in South America, and the demands of travel as a pro cyclist.