Like other VeloPress Great Lakes humorists Jamie Smith and Jef Mallett, Greg Moody has had a long career in media. Working in various capacities as columnist for the Milwaukee Sentinel and in regional radio and television, Moody is also a long-time cycling enthusiast.
In 1988, Moody moved to CBS4 in Denver as Critic at Large where he won 12 regional Emmy awards for commentary and writing in subjects ranging from movies to TV, newspapers to books, Hollywood history to journalistic ethics.
Moody is author of five cycling murder mystery titles, a subgenre populated seemingly by his works alone. The stories cover domestic racing and the Tour de France and were wildly popular in the ’90s.
Moody pushes all the right buttons...he creates a character we can care about, and paints an excellent portrait of the bad guys as well. Read morePublished on December 11, 2000 by "12reader12"
Greg Moody's book is a great, quick read. A definite page turner with witty dialog, and Greg manages to capture the spirit of the cycling world.Published on June 5, 2000 by John D. Busteed
Greg Moody entertains us with a thrilling novel encompassing both the mystery genre and cycling world. Great characters leave us wanting more. Read morePublished on June 30, 1999
A murder mystery that makes you laugh. It also teaches a thing or two about the world of European bike racing. Read morePublished on May 6, 1999
Two Wheels, Greg Moody's foray into the cycling mystery genre, (anybody's for that matter), is a fantastic tale of epic proportions - very American indeed. Read morePublished on July 30, 1998