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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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    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
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    British Champion calls for young women to make a living from cyclo-cross: "Rewarding, fascinating, and financially pretty good – and getting better."
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    Dekker celebrates a win, 2007
    "Cycling made you the happiest guy in the world." Thomas Dekker's heartfelt advice to his younger self, reflecting on his tumultuous career in issue 50 of Rouleur.
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    Racing cyclist, putting on glasses, blue jersey, Astana, Jakob Fuglsang, Tour of Oman 2015, stage four
    Astana's talented Dane seems no closer to leadership after helping Vincenzo Nibali to win the 2014 Tour de France. We sat down with Jakob Fuglsang to hear his ambitions for 2015
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    The 1981 Paris-Roubaix winner talks Wiggins, 2015 contenders and why he called the race “bullshit”
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    geraint thomas, team sky
    The day a 24-year-old from Cardiff gatecrashed the party of the sport's superstars for the first time.
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    Racing cyclist, water front, Edvald Boasson Hagen, Tour of Oman 2015
    Edvald Boasson Hagen's career stalled at Team Sky, failing to win a race in his final season. The Gent Wevelgem and Grand Tour stage winner began a new chapter in the Middle East with MTN-Qhubeka