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Issue 51

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“You’re an asshole,” says Morten. Lance Armstrong agrees, but he’s not taking anything else lying down. Our intrepid Danes, Morten Okbo and Jakob Sørensen, track the American down in Aspen and spend a fascinating couple of days in the company of the most vilified cyclist in the sport’s history.   Also featuring marvellous memories from Monty Young of Condor Cycles, purveyor of quality bicycles to a Prime Minister, The Rolling Stones and Bradley Wiggins; the Col d’Izoard; Berlin Six-Day; cyclo-cross star Lars van der Haar; troubled Italian team Yellow Fluo; and Billy Bilsland, one of Scotland’s finest riders ever. Plus regular columns from illustrator Martin Procter and writers Matt Seaton and Robert Millar.  
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