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  • Racing cyclists, two, cobbled road, Ian Stannard, Team Sky
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    First Brit to win Paris-Roubaix? Wiggins may have his own ideas... Ned Boulting's conversation with the in-form hard-man from Milton Keynes published in 2013 

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    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
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    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
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    Madison-Genesis 2015, Erick Rowsell, pic: Madison/Chris Lanaway, used with permission
    The Academy graduate with three Monument Classics under his belt at 24 will bid to relaunch his career this season. He will not miss the 'washing machine' life of the Pro Continental domestique, and perhaps not Milan-Sanremo either 
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    Ray Eden, cycling road race, Eastway
    One of British cycling's great characters was killed four years ago. Ian Cleverly's tribute to the big man who went from full-on smoking and drinking to the verge of Olympic selection 
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    Racing cyclist, black kit, riding up steep hill, lined by houses on either side, white Maserati sports car following, David Millar
    If David Millar considered his time fully occupied as a rider, his new career looks busier still. Retirement from two wheels has its perks – and at least one of them has four
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    Matt Goss, MTN-Qhubeka cyclist
    The 2011 Milan-Sanremo winner talks lost confidence, lessons learned and the secrets of success at La Primavera
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    Ian Stannard, Kuurne Brussels Kuurne 2015, cobbles
    First Brit to win Paris-Roubaix? Wiggins may have his own ideas... Ned Boulting's conversation with the in-form hard-man from Milton Keynes published in 2013 
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    Racing cyclists, three, British road, Alex Dowsett, Matthias Brändle, Tom Stewart, Tour of Britain 2014, stage six
    The 25-year-old made himself known to the ProTeams last season in a decisive Tour of Britain breakaway, with Hour Record holders present and perhaps future. As he contemplates 2015, however, the Yorkshireman has his feet firmly on the ground