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Archive Issue 34 - Member Edition

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ROULEUR ARCHIVE: Never before available individually, we are offering members a chance to fill some holes in their collection with a selection of back issues on sale

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the weight of the magazines, please only purchase two issues per order. If you would like more issues, then please make multiple orders, or we will have to get in touch to produce an updated postage quote.

Issue 34:

Henri-Cartier-Bresson
Stop the Clock
GDR
Man Machine
Legend
Marc Madiot
Fears on the Tour
Aero
The Ill-Tempered Clavicle
Wilier
The Dalesman

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Issue 34:Magnum Photos legend Henri Cartier-Bresson follows Robert Capa’s extraordinary collection of the 1939 Tour in issue 31 with an equally beguiling set of historical images from the Velodrome d’hiver in Paris. Jack Thurston sets the man’s work in context at a venue with a notorious past. The cover image is undoubtedly one of our finest.The Three Peaks in Yorkshire is undoubtedly the world’s toughest cyclo-cross race, and the most photogenic. We focus on John Rawnsley, organiser of every single one of the 50 editions of this unique annual event.Multiple time trial national champion Michael Hutchinson (he has lost count…) goes into the wind tunnel with Julia Shaw to unravel the mysteries behind the art of aerodynamics.Marc Madiot’s panel-beating episode at this year’s Tour as his young protégé Thibaut Pinot won in Porrentruy was one of the enduring images of the race. Graeme Fife finds out what makes the Frenchman such a passionate directeur sportif.Also featuring two greats of Italian framebuilding – the historic Wilier and relative newcomer Legend – and Herbie Sykes’ latest travels behind the former Iron Curtain, plus columnists Matt Seaton, William Fotheringham, Johnny Green and Paul Fournel.

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