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  • Racing
    Luca Paolini takes a fine win at a spectacularly grim edition of the Spring Classic. Jakob Kristian Sørensen was there 
  • Bicycles
    Rolf Prima wheels, wheel builder
    “The paired spoke concept made sense, but I needed convincing. And then you ride them and realise it works." We hit downtown Eugene to meet Brian Roddy and the team making fine wheels, two by two
  • Bicycles
    Racing cyclist, sat down, custom helmet with shark motif, photographed from above, Vincenzo Nibali
    He's personalised helmets and bikes for the likes of Vincenzo Nibali, Alexander Kristoff and Tom Boonen. We talk lovely lids and fabulous frames with Stefano Barzaghi, the bunch's leading bespoke painter.
  • Bicycles
    Racing bike, red, Lapierre Aircode Ultimate, head tube, close-up
    The aero road bike has become de rigueur in the peloton. The Aircode is Lapierre's offering and ridden by almost all of the team. Chief designer Rémi Gribaudo provides the story behind its heavily sculpted exterior - and what lies beneath.
  • Racing
    Racing bike, black, close-up of number and sticker with rider's name, Steve Cummings, MTN-Qhubeka, Cervelo S5, Milan-Sanremo 2015
    Overall victory at the Tour de Langkawi and top 10 finishes at Tirreno-Adriatico and Milan-Sanremo bode well for the new, high-spec MTN-Qhubeka. DS Jens Zemke shares his thoughts on the African team's early season successes
    Man, sixties, smiling, sat behind wheel of car, photographed through open driver's door, Herman Frison, Lotto Soudal, Milan-Sanremo 2015
    Herman Frison can barely keep from smiling, perhaps because his Lotto Soudal team can barely keep from winning, with victories at Paris-Nice, Tirreno-Adriatico, the Volta ao Algarve and more already this season. What's changed for Belgium's "other" team?
  • Riders
    Man, thirties, beard, dark hair, black and white photo, portrait, Luca Paolini, cyclist, Rouleur Magazine, Paolo Martelli
    The maestro, the director, the wise man, the conductor of the giant moving orchestra...and the unsung hero at Sunday's Milan-Sanremo, for a second year running. Our interview with the peloton's road captain par excellence, from Rouleur #52
  • Riders
    Racing cyclists, three, rider with yellow jersey in centre, podium, Matteo Carrara, Frank Schleck, Lance Armstrong, Tour de Luxembourg 2010
    He beat Fränk Schleck and Lance Armstrong at the Tour of Luxembourg; now this retired Italian professional has swapped la bella vita for London. Rouleur headed to Soho to hear stories of all-out attacks, racing in thunderstorms and outfoxing the sport's biggest names