Issue 23:Rouleur has been working on entering the factory gates of Campagnolo in Vicenza since the magazine’s inception. Writer and Italian equipment obsessive Rohan Dubash has been dreaming of this moment for 30 years… Valentino Campagnolo gives a remarkably candid interview on the legendary component manufacturer’s recent history, both good and bad.The story of Jan Hirt and the young Czech rider’s battle to join the pro ranks via a far from ideal Italian team reaches its conclusion with the fifth installment from the pen of Herbie Sykes. Will Jan make the grade? Ben Ingham is, as always, on hand with the camera.Another youngster quietly determined to turn professional is Germain Burton, son of former Six-Day rider Maurice Burton. Graeme Fife spends time with the diminutive climber in the first of three profiles of emerging talent.Fabian Cancellara, Andy Schleck, Cadel Evans, Thor Hushovd… and Geraint Thomas. The Welshman gatecrashes the ultimate Tour de France break on the cobbles to Arenberg in 2010. G takes Ian Cleverly through the day, minute by minute.
Two great Italian riders feature: 90-year-old Fiorenzo Magni, three-time Tour of Flanders winner, tells William Fotheringham: “I am un po’ speciale” – I am a bit special. The ultimate truism from the man who raced stages of the Giro chewing on an inner tube to cope with the pain from a broken collarbone…Carrera rider Roberto Visentini, Giro d’Italia winner in 1986, lost out the following year in the most notorious inter-team rivalry in cycling history, as Stephen Roche attacked his own teammate on the road to Sappada. Herbie Sykes’ companion piece to his book, Maglia Rosa, tells the story.Mike Chick contributes words and more stunning images from the highest stage race in the world: the second installment of Vuelta e Bolivia. Jeremy Dunn hails the frame builders at the North American Handmade Bike Show. Editor Guy Andrews shares okonomiyaki pancakes in Osaka with pioneering Japanese road rider Massa Mifune.
Plus regular columns from Matt Seaton and Johnny Green.
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