Issue 44 On Sale Now!


The Autumn issue of RIDE Cycling Review is on sale now…

Featuring the first round of Spring Classics PLUS all of the action from the Historic monuments, Tour Down Under and Tour of California. Exclusive insights from the pros including Mick Rogers on his team issue Scott Addict.

Inside Issue 44:

Tour Down Under: Like the return of a magician who could turn a race into a cycling beacon, Lance Armstrong arrived down under…


Tour of California: With a familiar final classification on the cards, the focus shifted away from the racing at the Tour of California and onto what the future holds for the race which has taken just four years to become a major event on the cycling calendar.


Ronde van Vlaanderen: Perfect conditions provided the setting for Belgium’s biggest Classic and the Quickstep squad ensured riders from no other team spoiled Stijn Devolder’s quest for a repeat win in the Ronde van Vlaanderen.


Paris-Nice: While following the race to the sun, Jean-François Quenet realised that cycling doesn’t need Lance Armstrong after all.


Tirreno-Adriatico: The race from sea to sea was once again won by un Italiano. Tirreno-Adriatico provided an opportunity for a wild-card team to have an impact on the UCI’s new Historic calendar.


Milan-San Remo: He is the fastest man in the world but some had written off Mark Cavendish in predictions for the winner of the 100th Milan-San Remo.


Riders of the Future: Australian cycling has been more prosperous in the past decade than it’s ever been.


Dopers of the Past: Can the return of former champions who have been involved in scandals or controversies be beneficial for the development of cycling?


Profiled: Greg van Avermaet, Leigh Howard & Jeremy Roy

Simon Bryant from The Cook and The Chef

On Review this issue:


Time RXR Ulteam with SRAM Red.


Fuji Team Pro with Shimano Ultegra.


Cyfac Absolu with SRAM Red.


Museeuw MF-1 with SRAM Red.


Merida Scultura with Shimano Ultegra.


BMC Cross Machine with Shimano 105.

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Author: design@ride

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