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Issue 52


The Muur
The penultimate Tour of Flanders climb – or it used to be… Memories of the Muur with Roger Hammond and George Hincapie
Lance: The History Man – part two
Messing up Armstrong’s round of golf, tracking down Hunter S. Thompson’s drug and alcohol itinerary, and visiting a young girl with cancer. Further adventures with the Danish Blues Brothers in Aspen
The Last Descent – Richard Depoorter
Olivier Nilsson-Julien and Balint Hamvas
Death at the Tour of Switzerland of a Belgian star of the 1940s. Murder or mishap? Olivier Nilsson-Julien investigates
Omloop Het Nieuwsblad
Sopping wet, cold and cobbled: it could only be Belgium in March. The Danes chase Ian Stannard around the lanes of Flanders
Luca Paolini
One of the finest road captains of his generation, we talk to Katusha’s bearded maestro
Slip sliding away: World Cup ‘cross came to Milton Keynes. We loved every minute. A photo special from Benedict Campbell
How Not to Write a Cycling Novel
Paul Maunder prevaricates, then ponders, prevaricates some more… then makes the coffee. The great bike-racing novel remains unwritten
Plus regular columns from Robert Millar, Matt Seaton and illustrator Martin Procter

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Remember the 2004 Paris-Roubaix, when Magnus Backstedt won? Roger Hammond still has that final lap of the velodrome playing in his head. Ned Boulting spends a fascinating afternoon with The Third Man.


Dodgy deals, double crossing, and doping, from 1904 to Contador.


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The Freddy T-shirt, designed by Richard Mitchelson, is navy blue and the only branding on it is a discreet Rouleur logo printed in white on t