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Ian Cleverly is Managing Editor of Rouleur.

Bicycles
22.10.10

Self-confessed technophobe Ian Cleverly spends a thoroughly gripping (excuse the pun) day at the Hutchinson Tyres factory.

Racing
20.01.11

Ian Cleverly broke the course record in a time trial. A true story, unlikely as it may sound.

Riding
10.03.11

Hinault takes us on the road to to Hell.

Racing
13.04.11

In the thick of the action at Paris-Roubaix.

Riding
04.05.11

Jesus sandals, rear view mirrors and "Garmin-isation' in Majorca.

Riders
09.06.11

"I was living a lie, so didn’t let people get too close to me."

Racing
15.06.11

Non-stop circuit racing summer. Ian Cleverly's head is in a spin.

Racing
21.09.11

Checking the legendary Spanish climb on foot. After all, you'd have to be mad to ride up it.

Racing
29.09.11

In praise of Louise Robinson and another Three Peaks victory.

Racing
25.10.11

Quit moaning about races and try organising one yourself, says Ian Cleverly. You may even enjoy it...

Racing
11.01.12

’Cross: big in Belgium, but will Brits and Americans ever really get it?

Bicycles
19.01.12

Independant businesses - including framebuilders - are thriving in the USA. We could learn a thing or two in the UK, says Ian Cleverly.

Racing
16.02.12

The rapid rise of Scotland's pro team, seen in issue 28.

Racing
22.02.12

On being an airhead.

Bicycles
28.03.12

The Bespoked show provided Ian Cleverly with a headache: which bike to choose when they are all gorgeous?

Racing
26.04.12

Women on the attack in the Czech Republic. 

Riding
07.06.12

Tackling the pavé to Roubaix.

Racing
19.07.12

When patriotism strays into xenophobia. 

Racing
16.08.12
Riding
06.09.12

Ian Cleverly ends up in the fast group by mistake. 

Riding
07.09.12

Ian Cleverly is temporarily mislaid.

Racing
26.09.12

John Rawnsley and the greatest cyclo-cross race in the world, The Three Peaks.

Racing
10.10.12

Geoff Waugh's film of a particularly gruelling edition of the Three Peaks.

Racing
30.11.12

The wife of Bradley talks the pressures of fame, track racing and living with a winner.

Riding
10.01.13

New bike time? Think long and hard, and choose well.

Riders
26.02.13

The bunch has split. The gap is widening. Our man is watching the race ride away from him. An unlikely ally comes to the rescue...

Riders
24.04.13

Ian Cleverly meets Bill Watkins, part of the USA team time trial squad of the 1980s, and mourns the decline of the former Olympic discipline. 

Riders
30.05.13

“I can tell you the exact point my career ended. October twenty-second 1996, around four p.m.”

Riding
05.06.13

A pair of Englishmen sat exhausted outside their hotel, staring into the distance. Not so much a thousand-yard stare as a 155-kilometre one.

Bicycles
05.06.13

Ian Cleverly meets Richard Bryne, a constant challenger of cycling norms - that's how he came up with his radical design for the Speedplay pedal.

Racing
15.10.13

Ian Cleverly gathers the team together for dinner to discuss the 1987 Tour and Jeff Connor's book.

Racing
30.10.13

Photos from Rapha Supercross at Alexandra Palace.

Racing
06.11.13

Petrified priests, retreating Spaniards, cowering Germans – all crop up in this incredible four minutes of filmic nonsense plugging the world 'cro

04.12.13

Ian Cleverly's pick of 2013 cycling books

Racing
27.03.14

The velodrome, BMX track and one-mile road circuit in Stratford are now open to the public. But what of the off-road?

Racing
27.03.14

Michael Hutchinson's latest book examines his own personal obsession: the pursuit of speed.

Riders
31.03.14

Globetrotting Namibian wins in Cameroon. Next stop, Germany.

Riders
06.06.14

From success to suffering: our man in Chattanooga on the odd experience of interviewing Taylor Phinney, 24 hours before his big crash.

Riders
12.06.14

The Orica-GreenEdge protégé talks broken collarbones, Scandi cooking and half-wheeling his twin brother.

Riding
17.06.14

Wearing the correct kit, easing through the paceline, sock length, cap ‘luft’: there is much to learn and little time to learn it.

Racing
01.07.14

Ian Cleverly visits Yorkshire's rejuvenated cycling communities and meets the next generation inspired by the Grand Départ in Leeds.

Racing
09.07.14

Driving the Grand Départ: Ian Cleverly sees danger round every corner

Racing
10.07.14

Good deeds, phone calls from Wiggo and a bruising end - the cautionary tale of a Tour Maker

Bicycles
20.07.14

It's bright, it's light, it's also available in white... Ian ponders his new skid lid.

History
21.07.14

Lance Armstrong's soigneur on 'spitting in the soup', the Irish connection and the power of forgiveness.

Racing
17.09.14

Stuff and nonsense from the week in pro cycling.

Riders
27.09.14

Nicole Cooke did it. Marianne Vos didn't. But Garner did. She won the junior road World Championships two years running. What's next? 

Racing
14.10.14

Stuff and nonsense from the week in cycling. October 15: The only way is CX, White Lane v Kilimanjaro and Anquetil in slow motion.

Racing
17.10.14

Stefan Wyman gives Simon Burney some feedback

The cyclo-cross World Cup leaves mainland Europe for the first time on November 29th.

History
27.10.14

The designer of our subscriber edition cover of issue 50 chooses his favourite from the previous 49 editions.

Bicycles
04.11.14

Stuff and nonsense from the week in pro cycling.

Racing
20.11.14

A Citroën Berlingo, snow-covered fields and trying to scrape into the top twenty.

Riders
23.11.14

A letter from the Editor

Bicycles
25.11.14

November 26: Braking with the past, getting mashed in Milton Keynes and a flying Dutchman.

Racing
26.11.14

Journalist and author Nando Boers is behind Clean Spirit: In the Heart of the Tour, documenting the Argos-Shimano team’s successful 2013

Racing
02.12.14

Two of the biggest stars of cyclo-cross at the Trek store in Milton Keynes before the historic day in Campbell Park.

Racing
03.12.14

Stuff and nonsense from the week in cycling: Lip up fatties, Cant (yes she can can) and Jack and Joe get sideways in Milton Keynes

Racing
11.12.14

Vincenzo Nibali and the Women's Tour applauded by magazine editor Ian in the Rouleur Awards

Racing
12.12.14

Lincoln GP extract from This Island Race, on sale now in the

Racing
24.12.14

Rouleur editor to set new Hour Record benchmark. Plus Moser's big wheel, Merckx's mash and Obree's orbit. Let's wibble.

History
29.12.14

Five lasting memories of 2014 from Rouleur magazine editor Ian Cleverly

06.01.15

The Muur, Milton Keynes 'cross, Het Nieuwsblad, murder mystery of a Belgian star, Robert Millar's Het Volk debut, Canyon Bikes and another helping

Riders
13.01.15

Three wins and a leader's jersey for Barnes in Argentina, and it's not even February... Our United Healthcare feature from issue 48

Riders
17.01.15
Hannah Barnes

United Healthcare's young Brit on the winning trail in San Luis. 

Racing
19.01.15

Photo gallery from team presentation at Argentinian race.

Racing
20.01.15
stage 1, tour de san luis, mark cavendish

Young Colombian takes opening stage in Argentina

Racing
21.01.15

Argentinian champion Diaz takes stage 2 at Mirador de Potrero

Racing
23.01.15

Daniel Diaz takes second stage while Quintana struggles to match his fellow Colombian.

Racing
24.01.15

Stage victory for Mallori while Diaz moves closer to overall victory

Racing
25.01.15

James Startt's photos from stage 6, Achiras to Filo Sierras Comechingones.

Podcasts
28.01.15

Golf with Lance Armstrong, filthy in Flanders and the great unwitten cycling novel: Jakob Kristian Sørensen and Editor Ian Cleverly join Jack Thur

Riders
30.01.15

Outsprinted twice in three days at San Luis. Big deal? Calm down, it's only January, says Mark Cavendish

Performance
03.02.15
Tinkoff Saxo Chefs on Tour, Cooking for Contador and Co

Nutritious and delicious: Hannah and Rune cooking up a storm in their mobile kitchen

Performance
05.02.15
team sky, chris froome

Formula One buffalo meat and kitchen conundrums, but no Welsh cakes. All in a day's work for Team Sky's chef 

Performance
06.02.15
vuelta, garmin sharp

"I’m going to tell them: you need to eat this and get out of here." Garmin's Sean Fowler lays on some clean protein for the team time trial

Performance
09.02.15
racing cyclist, vuelta espana 2014, trek,

“There were more Danish chefs in last year’s Tour de France than Danish riders – five to three!” Great Danes and feeding the 5,000 at La Vuelta

Performance
10.02.15

Cornmeal porridge, Austrian salad and spicy fusion food – Rob Child draws culinary inspiration from all over the globe. Some like it hot...

Bicycles
11.02.15

Ready to throw your creaking heap of junk in the canal? You might want to check the rear skewer first

Riders
19.02.15
geraint thomas, team sky, 2010

The day a 24-year-old from Cardiff gatecrashed the party of the sport's superstars for the first time.

History
20.02.15
cycling marionettes

"I make them, I love going through the process, and as soon as I have made them and strung them up, that’s it – onto the next project.” Jim Grant'

Racing
25.02.15

And the award goes to… It's a funny old game: sandstorms, flying rats, soggy velodromes and sexist posters take a stroll down the red carpet.