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Issue 47

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We celebrate the arrival of the Tour de France on British soil this July by looking at the three previous occasions the race has crossed the Channel, with three of this country’s finest protagonists: Barry Hoban on the disastrous ’74 visit to Plymouth; Chris Boardman smashing speed records in ’94; and Geraint Thomas, the youngest rider in the ’07 edition when millions of spectators packed the roadsides of London and Kent.

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