The Video menu is a place for cycling fans to actually get up close to professional cyclists and support staff through video. The Video menu will bring you segments of their races, training, and interviews, as will as an insider look at their support staff. Enjoy! Everyone at one time or another in life face hardships or obstacles that may seem overwhelming. Don’t be afraid to reach out and ask for help from a friend or someone you trust. You can be proud of yourself for Never Giving Up and always trying your best no matter what the

We all can learn to ride a bike. If we practice we can do anything. We can even help change the world to make it an even better place. As the little boy with the passion of a lion says – “Believe in yourself and you can learn to ride a bike.” With the time we are given on this planet let’s find the courage to love so we can help make the world a better place and even to learn how to ride a bike…

“Never Give Up” from scott cozza on Vimeo. Please watch the entire 7 minute video. It conveys a powerful message to “Never Give Up” no matter what obstacles we may face in life. Steven says to those with challenges in life to “Never Give Up”, “As human beings, whether a child, teen, or an adult, we will all face difficulties in life. The challenge could be as harmless as trying to learn to read or as life threatening as trying to overcome a serious illness. Hold on to hope by having a “Never Give Up” attitude. When I race, whether I win or lose, at the end of the day I can always walk away from my bike feeling proud because I know I did my best and “Never Gave Up.”








Sign up for Steven’s fund-raiser by going to Registration fees go directly to 2 Causes Lifesaving Bone Cancer Research and End Polio Now Steven Cozza 30 Second Video PSA: Cycle 4 Sick Children Cycling Club of Ireland are folks making a difference in the lives of children who have severe and life threatening illnesses. Sophie was their inspiration and now they are Sophie and other children’s hope. They raise money through cycling to help sick children. Steven Cozza says, “Sophie is an angel because she brought people together bonded by compassion, caring and unconditional love to help children in need. You can do the same in your community. Don’t let a day go by without reaching out to a child, the elderly or any other person who is disadvantaged, who is in need. As a people it is the least we can do for our fellow human beings.”


This video is in German with Ralph Denk, Team Manager and Jens Heppner, Sport Director 2011 Road Race Cycling Season

Watch Steven Cozza, before and after in Olympic Sports | View More Free Videos Online at Steven Placed 23rd in a field of the best cyclists in the World.


Bookwalter and Cozza Ride With Team Swift from CycleTo on Vimeo.

Steven Cozza says “Success on the bike is a mix of having fun and training our butts off.”


Cozza – “Always Having To Raise Your Game” from CycleTo on Vimeo.

Anticipation Leads to Roaring Cheers – The Real Hero – Heroine from scott cozza on Vimeo. Credits: Video by Gene Berman, avid cycling fan, a hero to all who know him and a good friend of Steven Cozza Stage 2 Amgen Tour of California 2010 was like any road race stage in any part of the world. Cycling fans of Road Racing share one thing in common – Anticipation! They wait. And they wait. They wait sometimes for hours and hours. They wait for the site of a cyclist powering by or sometimes struggling by them for a brief moment in time. When that moment occurs for a fan it is like the race stops and the cyclists slow down to a slow motion in space and time. And then suddenly abruptly they turn to a blur of colors as they pass by. How dare they! We waited for hours and they don’t even stop to say hello. Some of them even have the audacity to throw their water bottles at us! Maybe they throw the bottle because they are envious of us. Because they see us eating and drinking and having fun as they race by suffering from the strain of their effort to be the first to the finish line. I love the professional sport of Road Racing. I love the anticipation. I love the companionship that takes place among fans. I love to watch the beautiful colors of the peloton with the backdrop of nature or the buildings of a city as it races by. I admire the professional domestique cyclists because they are courageous, going to battle with little armor and giving themselves up for their teammates to win. They remain in the shadow of the peloton, but are in deed its strength. They are the true heroes or heroines of the peloton, of the race. Amgen Tour of California 2010 Interview by Yuri from Bike Monkey LLC

Cozza Sherpa from Bike Monkey LLC on Vimeo.

Tour of Missouri 2007 Best Young Rider Steven Cozza from scott cozza on Vimeo. Velo News Pre-Race Interview Tour of Missouri 2007 Stage 4, Steven shares his thoughts about the race, overcoming an injury, his stache, a stuffed bear and the upcoming 2008 season. Velo News provided Steven’s dad a copy of this interview to be shown on Steven’s web site

Cozza, Garmin / Slipsteam Interview Amgen Tour of California 2009 from scott cozza on Vimeo. Watch for the Garmin/Transitions boys at the 2010 Amgen Tour of California, May 16-23. The Garmin /Transitions team always brings excitement to the peloton. Lets get out there this year to cheer on Garmin/Transitions or your favorite team. Steven says “Wear the “stache”, boys and girls, men and women, young and old. I’ll have the stache. It gives me super powers! Ha Ha.” *Permission was granted by KCRA Channel 3 Sports to post this video. They sent the video to Steven’s dad Scott Cozza in 2009. Special thanks to KCRA. Steven hopes KCRA will cover the Amgen Tour of California in 2010

Interview with Steven and Coach Dario Fredrick from scott cozza on Vimeo.

Steven Interviews Missouri Podium Hostesses from scott cozza on Vimeo. Steven rode the 2009 Tour of Missouri in support of Dave Zabriskie, who was the eventual winner. Steven had a special supporter throughout the week – his girlfriend Jen, who just happened to be a podium hostess at the race. Here, Steven interviews Jen and Erin, fellow podium hostesses, to ask them more in depth questions about their role in the race. Film by Chris Leavell July 2009 The Marshall Wall – Mt. Tamalpais Loop: A Ride With Garmin-Slipstream Elite Cyclist, Steven Cozza Camera – Luke Sauer Music – Michael Ward

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Steven Cozza on Garmin at the Tour from CycleTo on Vimeo. Written by Bob Cullinan Friday, 17 July 2009 While his Garmin team is animating the race at the Tour de France, Garmin-Slipstream’s Steven Cozza is home in California…resting, recuperating and getting ready for his next big race in Europe. We found Steven in the wine region of Sonoma County, leading an afternoon clinic for Team Swift, a local youth development program. Look for more on Steven’s work with Team Swift this weekend on CycleTo.