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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.



Richard Mitchelson, a man partial to a brew or two, has imbibed to the gunwales and confirms our bone china mugs are delightful to drink from and entirely dishwasher-proof, so eminently suitable fo


Editor Guy Andrews' indispensable step-by-step guide to maintaining and repairing your bike - no road riding enthusiast should be without it.


The overwhelmingly Italian flavour of issue 38 contains both classic and contemporary features celebrating the Giro, its riders and its equipment.


The heroes of the Tour of Flanders and the Paris-Roubaix are tough and determined.