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    History
    25.08.16
    bernard hinault, greg lemond

    La Vie Claire backer Bernard Tapie was deeply flawed, yet put professional cycling in a modern context. Robert Millar is truly thankful

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    Riders
    02.08.16
    cyclist wearing helmet

    Olympic and world champion, winner at Roubaix, Flanders, Sanremo, Lombardia... The list goes on. One of the finest riders of his generation deserves greater recognition

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    Racing
    06.07.16
    cycling book cover

    Former Rouleur man Camille McMillan's fine new photography book spans two decades of life inside - and outside - the pro peloton

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    Racing
    17.06.16
    woman cyclist, world champion jersey

    The Women's Tour leads the way for female bike racing. Time for ASO to step up, stop avoiding the issue and put on a proper Tour de France worthy of these athletes' talents

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    Racing
    14.06.16
    racing cyclist, time trial bike, head down

    Paul Maunder last visited the Dauphiné as a wide-eyed ten-year-old boy. He returns 31 years later, still wide-eyed but trying to stay cool

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    Podcasts
    13.06.16
    racing cyclist, helmet, black and white

    Chris Boardman, Ned Boulting and David Millar talking Tour de France and favourite photos from the new issue, plus the competition to win signed copies of Boardman's new book Triumphs and Turbulence

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    History
    08.12.15
    cyclist sitting on sofa, head in hands

    Charly Gaul, the Angel of the Mountains, led a reclusive existence post-retirement, claiming "it's difficult to go back into normal society". Paul Maunder on the loneliness of the long-distance cyclist

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    Bicycles
    02.12.15
    cycling mechanics at work, watched by crowd of boys

    Mechanics up in the air preparing for disc brake disasters with clown classes and spinning seminars