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Andy McGrath is Assistant Editor of Rouleur. He is the co-author of The Official Treasures of the Tour de France.

Racing
13.03.13

Andy McGrath argues against race organisers' increasing use of unridable ascents.

Riders
08.04.13

"That section is a complete slap in the face… two hundred riders going towards one stretch straight for two kilometres.

Riders
09.05.13

"Doc, I’m not pushy, but if you give me a saw or a knife right now, I’d cut off the leg myself because I can’t live like this." 

Riders
14.05.13

We speak to Pantani documentary maker James Erskine.

Racing
04.07.13

The inevitable mega falls of the Tour de France’s opening week turns one day’s warrior into the next day’s gauze-swaddled, zombie-eyed backmarker,

Riding
12.07.13

Andy McGrath hasn't trained all year. He was asked if he'd like to do the Etape. He said yes. Here's what happened. 

Riders
25.07.13

Andy McGrath warms to Chris Froome.

Riders
15.08.13

It's not easy being the offspring of a cycling superstar. Björn Thurau talks to Andy McGrath.

Racing
15.09.13

Meet Andrew Meilak, the Tour of Britain race doctor who has raced against some of his patients

Racing
17.09.13

Wet, windy and wildly-steep: the Tour of Britain's visit up Honister Pass won't be forgotten in a hurry.

Riders
17.09.13

The A Level student who went from lying on the beach to racing with Cavendish and company at the Tour of Britain

Riders
18.09.13

Who are the other aggressive riders in the Italian bunch? "Aggressive like me? There's nobody else...

Riders
19.09.13

Jonathan Tiernan-Locke on a miserable year in the saddle.

Riders
21.09.13

A year after his serious Tour of Britain crash, Wouter Sybrandy talks about his amazing recovery

Racing
22.09.13

Blessed are the cheese makers: following fromage at the Tour of Britain.

Racing
24.09.13

A look back at the 2013 Tour of Britain. 

History
26.09.13

A look into the family album of a forgotten Tour and Giro winner, courtesy of Gastone Nencini's daughter. 

Racing
18.10.13

Andy McGrath wonders where all cycling's imaginative nicknames have gone.

Bicycles
15.11.13

On Timm Kölln and Olaf Unverzart's photography exhibition in Berlin.

Riders
17.12.13

"I just wanted to do something positive. I’m sick of cycling being dark, so dramatic, melodramatic.

Riders
13.01.14

Six years after his death, Jason MacIntyre's wife and close friends share their memories of the Scottish time-trial star.

Racing
04.02.14

Andy Hampsten and Jaan Kirsipuu on the Etoile de Bessèges, Europe's traditional season opener.

Bicycles
14.02.14

From Covent Garden to Cancellara: how London shop Cyclefit became bike fitters for Trek Factory Racing.

Riders
13.03.14

The French track sprinting star on his arduous journey to the top, carp fishing and how Chris Hoy inspired him.

Riders
14.03.14

British cycling's Mr. Versatility talks omnium secrets, post-London blues and why Rio 2016 might be his last Olympics.

Riders
20.03.14

"It's the problem of sport. In two days, you can become a star; in one, you can be nothing."

11.04.14

"The days before Roubaix are the worst part. When you’re lying there, building yourself up, fucking nervous. Restless.

Riders
14.04.14

Team Sky's Gabriel Rasch on his final Roubaix.