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  • Racing cyclist, muddy face, mouth open, black jersey and helmet, sunglasses, Eddie Dunbar, NFTO
    Riders

    "I won't quit cycling till I've won the Tour de France." Meet the precocious NFTO talent tearing up the British scene and bound for a big future.

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    Platzregen - a True Story

    Marc Locatelli's comic strip tells the true story of his childhood encounter with Ferdi Kübler. 
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    The 101st edition of La Doyenne, seen through the lens of photographer James Startt
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    Racing cyclist, white jersey, blue and red accents, Zdenek Stybar, Liege-Bastogne-Liege 2015
    When the new order of Classics kings is decided after age wearies Boonen and Cancellara, expect to find the Czech champion's name near the top
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    Racing cyclist, turquoise and black jersey, crossing finish line, head down, exhausted, Julian Alaphilippe, La Fléche Wallonne 2015
    Pressure on Julian? Not according to the 22-year-old, despite finishing second at La Fléche Wallonne after taking up Etixx-QuickStep's cause in lieu of a flagging Michal Kwiatkowski.
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    Map, chart, computer graphic, Strava, Michal Kwiatkowski, Amstel Gold Race 2015
    Michal Kwiatkowski went faster on each of the four ascents of the Cauberg before sprinting to victory. His race data tells us as much about his clever positioning as the gathering intensity of a race and his superb condition.  
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    liege bastogne, cyclists, climbing, la redoute
    "When it comes to Redoute, you have got to speak to Philippe Gilbert," said Simon Gerrans. "That’s his climb." So we did.
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    Injured bloody thigh and knee, tattooed, open van door, wheel, rutland
    Barbecues, bad roads and big cheese: Ian Wilkinson, the Rutland-Melton CiCLE Classic’s only two-time champion, on what makes the rough road race special and what it takes to win
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    close-up, cyclists racing, rain, black and blue kit, cobbles, froome, bandages, sky, tour de france
    After Wednesday's Flèche Wallonne saw a spate of crashes throughout the peloton, with numerous big names involved, we ask whether riding the Spring Classics for experience, rather than for competition, is worth it.