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  1. Issue 18.4

    Issue 18.4

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    Tour de France, 21 stages, 21 stories. Our special celebration of the sport’s biggest race.Marcel Kittel, Bernard Hinault, Warren Barguil, Alpe d’Huez illustrated, Philippa York on Paris ‘89, the Tour’s cobbled sectors, Africa’s trailblazer, a very French Desire and much more Learn More
  2. Issue 17.6

    Issue 17.6

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    The only rider to have won five consecutive Tours de France is also a total enigma: he has nothing to say on the subject... Alasdair Fotheringham, author of a new book on the Spaniard, talks to those who knew him best during his remarkable career.Also featuring: Vuelta a España through the lens of Marshall Kappel, Holland’s greatest Olympian Leontien van Moorsel, X-Bionic, Spanish champion Perurena, cycling’s social media backlash, plus time-trial bikes and slick gear Learn More
  3. Issue 17.7

    Issue 17.7

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    Late 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
  4. Issue 17.8 Cover

    Issue 17.8

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    After ten years at the top, Mark Cavendish is showing no signs of slowing down. He puts the cycling world to rights with his former directeur sportif and close friend Brian Holm, who is this issue’s guest editor.Plus Jacques Anquetil, British national hill climb championships, Jørgen Leth, vintage pro bikes, Philippa York and more Learn More
  5. Rouleur Issue 18.1

    Issue 18.1

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    The last Belgian since Eddy Merckx to win the Tour of Flanders and Liège-Bastogne-Liège, Philippe Gilbert is a proper bike racer – and he’s not finished yet, as Ned Boulting discovers when meeting him at home in Monaco.Plus, a visit to forgotten Classics finish lines, cycling versus religion, WorldTour wild man Svein Tuft, Tour of Iran in photos, Dauphiné from the commissaire’s car, Philippa York and more Learn More
  6. Rouleur Issue 18.2

    Issue 18.2

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    “I’m like a tornado, I cause chaos.” Fabian Cancellara, one of the all-time greats, is retired from the peloton. We meet a man who seemingly has it all, feeling strangely disconnected from his new-found status in the first part of a remarkably frank conversation with Morten Okbo.Plus Greg Van Avermaet’s personal account of winning Roubaix from start to finish, a roller coaster ride with Mavic’s neutral service crew at Paris-Roubaix, victory celebrations deconstructed, Tour of Flanders photo special from Rouleur’s celebrated photographers, inside British Cycling’s beleaguered HQ in Manchester, Philippa York and more Learn More
  7. Issue 18.3

    Issue 18.3

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    Our Giro edition, featuring Vincenzo Nibali and dad Salvatore taking us through his journey from Sicilian minnow to world beater and proper bike racer. The revealing interview Fabian Cancellara and his struggle to deal with retirement concludes. Plus the iconic Stelvio, concussion repercussions, Pirelli posters, Tour of the Alps, Gazprom on Giro, Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig, Desire, Philippa York and more

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  8. Rouleur magazine Issue 18.5

    Issue 18.5

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    “You fight to win, because if you do nothing, you have nothing.”At home with legend Bernard Hinault; inside the 1998 Festina scandal; Kasia Niewiadoma interview; the crazy kit that the UCI killed; archive Tintin cycling covers; Pippa York on the Badger; how the Tour gets televised and more. Learn More
  9. New Issue 18.6

    Issue 18.6

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    “That’s what the fence did to me. It grated me like a melon”Alejandro Valverde and the bullfighter; Tom Dumoulin on the Vuelta that changed his career; the Milk Race asylum seeker; red-hot Vuelta fiction; inside the Austria World Championships; when Coppi came to London; Desire, Philippa York and much more Learn More
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    Circus Special Edition Book & Print

    Circus Special Edition Book & Print

    Regular Price: £100.00

    Special Price £60.00

    One-time racer, full-time artist and dreamer, and now living in a cabin in the French Pyrénées, Camille McMillan’s passion for professional cycling began at an early age, long before competing in the sport as a junior in Europe and the UK. This passion was to merge with an increasing fascination with image-making to create stunning cycling photography.Whether shooting from within the peloton, or partying with the fans on Mont Ventoux, the pictures in this beautiful volume reveal some of the many stories this pioneering photographer has witnessed: Intimate, sometimes aggressive, but always beautiful; his images are unique.This exclusive anthology, featuring many hitherto unseen pictures, spans some two decades of life at the sharp end of world cycling. Formerly editor-at-large at Rouleur magazine, Camille captures the pain, heroism and humanity of this most challenging of sports. Learn More
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    Issue 66
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    Issue 66

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    Regular Price: £7.50

    Special Price £4.00

    Curse of the rainbow jersey – what curse? Peter Sagan, winning from start to finish, reflects on his scintillating season as world champion.Plus Donald Trump’s doomed eponymous tour, Team Rwanda making waves in the UK, Roger Walkowiak – the man who ‘stole’ the 1956 Tour de France, London Six-Day photo essay, Belgian cyclo-cross and race-ready mud-plugging bikes from Lapierre, Scott, Ridley and Kinesis. Learn More
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    Issue 65
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    Issue 65

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    Regular Price: £7.50

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    A Tour de France diary, Brian Cookson, Rapha, Fernando Gaviria, the Isle of Man, columnists Robert Millar, Matt Seaton, Matt Rendell and more“Three weeks of possible glory, triumph, fame and fortune await. Or a broken collarbone after 50km and it’s all over before it’s really begun...” Chris Juul-Jensen, the Orica-Bike Exchange pro, sends fascinating daily dispatches from his debut Tour de France.A small island in the Irish Sea with a population lower than Stevenage consistently produces world-class cyclists. We hit the Isle of Man in search of Manx magic. Learn More