Steven Cozza – A Different Kind of Cyclist

Filed under: On the Road Again — admin @ 3:17 pm

November 30, 2009
Written by Jeff Martin
Onesource Cycling


Many of you already know Steven Cozza. I believe this cyclist is special. Some may call him superdomestique. I would consider him more of a pure classics guy or a one day racer. Not a crit rider, but rather the guy who excels in gritty, one day classics with 150-260k races with bad conditions and unique landscapes.

I believe he will win some classics in the next two years and can represent Garmin in Paris Roubaix. He has the character to do it.

Check out this video if you want a glimpse of this young and spirited rider.

Watch it – it is worth it. Cycling from an outdoorsman perspective – which is cycling at it’s core!
Posted by Jeff Martin at 7:23:00 PM
Anonymous said…
I love it……Good post Jeff. Totally identify with his perspective of enjoyment of the sport. Fellowship, health, outdoors, sport, moments of competitiveness, wildlife…… all great……… Now I just have to get on the bike to enjoy!


December 13, 2009 5:50 PM

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