Paris-Roubaix is a French race, not Flandrian, lest we forget… Meet the miners of Arenberg and local riders who make it the Hell of the North.
The oldest of the Classics, Liège-Bastogne-Liège, has run for over 100 years. We celebrate the defining climb of the modern edition – La Redoute.
Johan Museeuw: Last of the Flandrians
Three Tours of Flanders, three Paris-Roubaix, one World Championship: Johan Museeuw won them all, and more besides.
Fine jersey design and beautiful blue bikes: Roger De Vlaeminck’s
mechanic extraordinaire Aldo Gios on the classic team.
Photos from the Tour of Dubai and the big question: what did desert races ever do for us?
Castelli’s rain jacket has pro riders paying their own money to get their hands on one – it’s that good. Why?
Free Spirit: Jaan Kirsipuu
He’s won more professional races than Mark Cavendish, yet goes unrecognised. Meet the Estonian Wolf
Heart and Soul - Eric Vanderaerden
Allan Peiper claimed in issue 50 there was only one leader he would lay his life down for: Vanderaerden. Sean Kelly, on the other hand, couldn’t stand the guy. What makes a great team leader?
Plus regular columns from Robert Millar, Matt Seaton, Rohan Dubash and Martin Procter.