Rouleur magazine documents the world of cycling in stunning imagery and rich, insightful features.
Issue 28 features Tom Southam on Stage racing in Africa, a discussion with Pietro Santini and an interview with The Phenomenon, Patrick Sercu.
Issue 30 features Total expenditure for the 1948 London Olympics was £732,268 - around £20 million in todays money, compared to the £9.2bn budget of the 2012 version. Author Janie Hampton looks at the cycling events of the Austerity Games.
Issue 32 includes: Olympics: past, present, future, Tony Doyle - six day star and a look at Oregon Frame builders with Ian Cleverly and Andy Waterman.
Issue 33 includes: Eileen Sheridan on her unbroken Place-to-Place records, a feature on German Cycle sport and a look at Independent Fabrications.
Issue 36 includes: Flemish author Herman Chevrolet’s book Het feest van list en bedrog details the dealmaking and double-crossing that have existed throughout professional cycle racing’s long and chequered history.
Issue 37 includes: As we head into the Classics season, Rouleur tackles the most feared and revered sector of cobbles in the cycling world: the Arenberg.
Issue 38 includes: celebrations of the history, riders and equipment of the Giro D'Italia, 80 years of Campagnolo and the tragic tale of Marco Pantani.
Issue 39 includes: Stick a number ending in one to your Tour de France jersey and the pressures at the biggest race in the world multiply tenfold. Enjoying protected status comes with a catch: you must deliver. Millar considers the pros and cons of being a one.
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