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100 Greatest Cycling Climbs


This perfectly formed little book is the brainchild of Simon Warren, roadman and hill climb fan, who has travelled the length and breadth of the British Isles in search of brutal ascents - and found them. Legendary climbs such as Cat and Fiddle, The Rake, Wrynose Pass and Rosedale Chimney get the Warren treatment: ridden, rated and described in lung-bursting, leg-sapping detail. But it's the lesser-known Bealach-Na-Ba in the Scottish Highlands that tops the author's list, scoring a Spinal Tap-esque 11 out of 10.



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One of the greatest legends and mysteries of cycling is Jacques Anquetil. The first to win the Tour de France five times, Anquetil was a personality of huge contradictions.


Matt Seaton's memoir of his ten-year obsession with amateur cycle racing contains moments of high drama as he describes the pain and exhilaration of life in the saddle, as well as passages of


Issue 14 contains features on seminal cinematographic Eddy Merckx portrait, La Course en Tête, the passion and obsessions of bicycle collectors, and a Richard Mitchelson cartoon based on the 1974 Giro d'Italia.