The first issue of Rouleur for 2013 has arrived! 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.
The slyness and betrayal theme surfaces again in Herbie Sykes’ interview with Paul Kimmage. The Irish journalist has been battling doping in the sport for over 20 years. He’s still fighting. Can the Change Cycling Now movement finally make a difference?
Tony Martin’s dramatic year of broken bones, Olympic medals and World Championship titles will not be forgotten in a hurry. David Sharp finds the time trial specialist in good spirits, while Timm Kölln records the battle scars.
Ned Boulting waxes lyrical on the Revolution track series, Guy Andrews follows up with the Madison Genesis team on their new steel-framed race machines, Jordan Gibbons gets to see Lightweight’s sexy carbon wheels being made in Germany and Andrew Curry travels further east to the Czech Republic to talk cyclo-cross with Zdeněk Štybar.Also featuring regular columnists Matt Seaton, Paul Fournel, William Fotheringham and Johnny Green.
And as always, contributions from regular columnists Johnny Green, William Fotheringham, Matt Seaton, and Paul Fournel (author of the recently published and very handsome Vélo.)
If you've missed any recent back issues, track them down here. And you can listen to a discussion of the latest issue on the official Rouleur podcast.
Magazine | 170 pages | 8" x 10.5"