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Les P'tits Vélos


Janol Apin

The pictures collected in Janol Apin's book depict a quirky understanding of cycle racing and they are full of some delightfully romantic scenes. These metal model cyclists were popular toys for French youngsters during the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, and many great riders, such as Bernard Hinault, recall them with fond memories. The collectable die-cast cyclists are still made in France by Fonderie Roger.



The first edition of the Rouleur Annual is a collection of the stories that we think represent the pinnacle of cycling-based reportage in 2007.


Jack Thurston explores the history of Paris-Roubaix, and Guy pays a visit to titanium frame masters Lynskey.


Dan Martin talks instinctive attacking, there's stunning photography by Gerry Cranham from the 1961 Antwerp Six-Day, we explore the beauty of the Giro Rosa and plenty more.


One of the most important artists of his generation, Maciej Urbaniec designed a number of sports posters from the mid-'60s to the early-'70s, among them three for the Peace Race.