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Issue 46


Alessandro Petacchi (22 Giro stage wins and one points jersey) and Gert Steegmans (two Tour stage wins) are now crucial ingredients of the lead-out train at Omega Pharma – Quick Step. Former British champion Matt Stephens grills the duo on the art of delivering Mark Cavendish to the line.
The Giro d’Italia has provided collectors with beautiful objects for over a century. Rouleur tracks down ephemera from Giro history, from humble musettes to Breitling watches, to the ultimate prize: the Pope’s gold Colnago…
The Giro begins in Belfast on May 9. Our very own Irish pair of Colin O’Brien and Taz Darling head to the formerly troubled city to ask whether the Grande Partenza will translate to The Big Start. And whether the Italians will be able to get hold of a decent cup of coffee.
Fifty years after the death of Coppi, an elderly gentleman laid a wreath at his mausoleum: “To Fausto, your unsuccessful student, Romeo Venturelli.” Marco Pastonesi recounts the wonderful life of the man from Sassostorno, protégé of Il Campionissimo.
Andy McGrath and Timm Kölln tour Bohemia on the trail of the Junior Peace Race, finding budding Belgians and great Danes. Will any of these likely lads be the next Fabian Cancellara, winner in 1999?
“If I had trained with an SRM sooner, I would have won more races” – Greg LeMond. Guy Andrews meets the German power meter maestros to discover why and when heart rate monitors gave way to watts.
Ian Cleverly tracks the progress of MTN-Qhubeka and the African team’s mission to reach a Grand Tour. The Vuelta beckons.
Plus columns from Robert Millar, Matt Seaton, Johnny Green and Duncan Forbes. Photographers in this issue include Robert Wyatt, Paolo Ciaberta and Cathal Macilwaine.

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Rouleur Magazine Issue 56 features Romain Bardet, the Critérium du Dauphiné, the evolution of Cannondale, the beauty of team time trials, Galibier, Tour of Serbia and the mystery of René Vietto and the missing toe. And regular columnists Robert Millar, Matt Seaton and Martin Procter.


Mark Cavendish won the 2011 World Championship Road Race in Copenhagen


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