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Issue 53


Paris-Roubaix is a French race, not Flandrian, lest we forget… Meet the miners of Arenberg and local riders who make it the Hell of the North.
La Redoute
The oldest of the Classics, Liège-Bastogne-Liège, has run for over 100 years. We celebrate the defining climb of the modern edition – La Redoute.  
Johan Museeuw: Last of the Flandrians 
Three Tours of Flanders, three Paris-Roubaix, one World Championship: Johan Museeuw won them all, and more besides.
Fine jersey design and beautiful blue bikes: Roger De Vlaeminck’s
mechanic extraordinaire Aldo Gios on the classic team. 
Just Deserts?
Photos from the Tour of Dubai and the big question: what did desert races ever do for us?
The Gabba 
Castelli’s rain jacket has pro riders paying their own money to get their hands on one – it’s that good. Why?
Free Spirit: Jaan Kirsipuu
He’s won more professional races than Mark Cavendish, yet goes unrecognised. Meet the Estonian Wolf 
Heart and Soul - Eric Vanderaerden 
Allan Peiper claimed in issue 50 there was only one leader he would lay his life down for: Vanderaerden. Sean Kelly, on the other hand, couldn’t stand the guy. What makes a great team leader?
Plus regular columns from Robert Millar, Matt Seaton, Rohan Dubash and Martin Procter.

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


In an extraordinary, unprecedented three hour interview with Herbie Sykes, UCI president Pat McQuaid confronts the harsh realities facing professional cycling in the 21st century.


Designed by Richard Mitchelson, the second in the Rouleur vinyl figure series is Rich's new illustration featuring Mark Cavendish.


Rouleur columnist Martin Procter has created an homage to the Hell of the North, released as a limited edition A2 print.