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Special Price £2.00Late starter Richie Porte is dead set on two things: Tour de France glory and taking revenge on his “friend” Chris Froome. At home in Monaco with the plain-talking BMC star.Plus Berlin Six-Day, Tom Pidcock, Stig Broeckx’s fight, Paris-Brest-Paris, Giro, Pro Cycling Stats, Philippa York and more Learn More
- £7.50“Between us, we’ve won six Tours.” Wiggins on MerckxWhen Bradley met Eddy: two cycling legends on winning the Tour, the drawbacks of fame and why Wiggins is the Jamie Vardy to Merckx’s Pelé.Colourful stories and portraits from British national champions past and present; we look at the life of late, great climber José María Jiménez and Dagnoni’s dazzling dernys and pacers.Propaganda tool or unique sporting project? We go inside Israel Cycling Academy. Meanwhile, Ned Boulting meets Canyon-SRAM’s opportunistic road captain Tiffany Cromwell. Learn More
- £7.50“I couldn’t care less about getting eighth; I want to get on the podium and I will risk everything.” Dan MartinDan Martin dazzled in 2019, racing and winning with a smile. At home in Andorra with the risk-taking racer juggling twins and Grand Tour ambitions.Morten Okbo on Belgium, Baudelaire and bicycling passion; unlucky underdog Sep Vanmarcke on near misses and we get high with AG2R on the altitude camp transforming their Tour hopes.We’ve new columnists Romain Bardet and Ned Boulting, the tale of a Guatemalan who raced the Tour of Flanders, and we shiver at the GP Denain, a revamped French race with cobbles. Plus Desire and more… Learn More
- £50.00The roadbook is the professional cyclist’s bible. A dense tome provided by race organisers and chock-full of information on everything from parcours to logistics at that event, riders scan the route to identify their best chance of victory or meticulously study the final kilometres in preparation for an attack. The roadbook for the 2018 Tour de France spanned no less than 240 pages.The Road Book is an apt name, then, for Ned Boulting’s latest project – a 1,000-page almanack reviewing the cycling season. The first volume will combine reports and results from the men’s and women’s WorldTour through to Premier Calendar and Tour Series events on the British domestic calendar, with statistics and infographics compiled by Cillian Kelly, and a collection of captivating essays from a broad range of writers. Learn More