What’s in the next issue of Rouleur magazine?

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From Landis to Langkawi and the last wet Paris-Roubaix: a look at what’s coming up in the first issue of Rouleur in 2017

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Photographs: Jakob Kristian Sørensen, Offside/'l'Equipe, Paolo Martelli, Marshall Kappel, Michael Blann & Pauline Ballet
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Floyd does Vegas

 

Disgraced 2006 Tour de France ‘winner’ Floyd Landis now heads a cannabis producing company in Colorado.

 

Our very own Danish Blues Brothers, Morten and Jakob, join Landis and former US Postal team-mate David Zabriskie on a visit to a marijuana convention in Las Vegas.

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What could possibly go wrong?

 

Muddy Hell

Johan Museeuw, 2002 Paris-Roubaix

“You are born to ride like that. You can’t choose it.”

 

The last wet edition of Paris-Roubaix was in 2002. Race winner Johan Museeuw, Tom Boonen and other protagonists retell a savage edition from their perspectives.

 

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Africa: The Next Dimension

Nicolas Dlamini by Paolo Martelli

“Going to Europe and discovering that you are one of the weakest guys in the peloton was something we had to adapt to.”

 

In Cape Town with WorldTour team Dimension Data, in search of the African stars of the future.

 

Langkawi

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Hot shots and humid racing conditions from Malaysia by Cycling Photographer of the Year Marshall Kappel.

 

Broken Bones and Healing Hands

Herentals doctor

In theatre with surgeon to the stars Toon Claes, Belgium’s cycling orthopaedics expert.

 

No Place like Drôme

La Royal Bernard Drôme Classique by Pauline Ballet

Early-season races from either side of the Rhône: the stunning landscape of the Ardèche and the less-known but equally dramatic jagged peaks of the Drôme.

 

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