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  • Racing
     
    Fabian Cancellara, Tom Boonen, racing cyclists,
    The one-day races of Spring can be divided into two distinct entities, prompting a degree of specialism for the cobbles of the North and the hills of the Ardennes. Sam Challis considers the programme and the men most likely to triumph
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    Racing cyclists, crash, large bunch, riders on ground, Tour de France 2014, stage 14C
    There's no skill in a crash, only pain and shock, so why constantly replay it? Andy McGrath questions the voracious consumption of moments in a race that could lead to injury or worse
  • Riders
     
    Robert Gesink, Tour de France, yellow jersey, peloton
    Don't be so quick to dismiss the bloke riding round your morning loop in full team kit: it might just be a WorldTour star, as Matt Seaton discovers. 
  • Racing
    30.03.15
    Racing cyclist, wet road, black and blue jersey, Ian Stannard, Team Sky
    With victory at the Omloop Het Nieuwsblad and E3 Harelbeke already added to Sky's palmares this season, is Sir Dave Brailsford any closer to fulfilling his 2020 vision? Or will only a Monument count?
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    gent wevelgem, racing cyclist, yellow jersey, cornering
    A wind-battered 77th edition of "the sprinter's classic" ended in victory for the peloton's finest tactician rather than for a fast man. A thrilling denouement rewarded spectators at the roadside, but what might be gleaned for the Monuments that lie ahead?
  • Riders
     
    lizzie armitstead cyclist
    The British star talks fame and fakery, how to beat Marianne Vos, and British Cycling's lack of a pathway for women
  • 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