RIDE Cycling Review – Issue 65 (Volume 3, 2014)
Update! RIDE Cycling Review Issue 65 will be on sale nationally on Thursday, 2 October.
In issue 65 of RIDE Cycling Review we present the three Grand Tours of 2014 – the Vuelta a Espana, the Tour de France and the Giro d’Italia – with a comprehensive photo gallery, interviews, features, race reports and profiles – bringing you the sights and stories of this season’s champions: Alberto Contador, Vincenzo Nibali and Nairo Quintana.
RIDE #65 also brings you the story of dual rugby international Mat Rogers’ love affair with cycling; the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow; the women’s edition of the Tour de France; a tour through some of Australia’s best wine-growing and cycling country; and more.
Plus! Five bikes tested – Avanti, Colnago, Focus, Parlee and Trek – and more than 15 pages of innovative new products.
Racing, products, history, travel, culture and style. RIDE Cycling Review. Cycling for cyclists.
RIDE #65 at a glance
- Grand Tour gallery
- Why Ride? Dual rugby international Mat Rogers explains his love of cycling
- Gallery: Race Against Time – Voigt’s fine hour and the world championship TTT
- Racing: the Grand Tours of 2014
- Racing: the Vuelta a Espana – Contador’s amazing comeback!
- Racing: the Tour de France – Vincenzo takes the title in fine style
- Racing: Giro d’Italia – a Colombian first
- Racing: the Commonwealth Games
- Profile: Joanna Rowsell – pursuit world champion
- Women’s Racing: La Course by le Tour de France
- History: Wheeling and medicine
- Culture: Style guide
- Insight: Racing after suspension – a winning comeback by Daryl Impey
- Analysis: Power of a domestique – the numbers of stage 10 for one of the peloton’s workers
- Profile: King of the Mountains – Rafal Majka
- Retro Review: Carbine Tourer – a classic touring bike from the 1950s
- Commentary: observations, consideration and interaction
- Columns: the pros in their own words – Adam Hansen and Lisa Jacobs
- Caffeine Culture: Vino, velo et vignerons – a tour through some of Australia’s best wine-growing and cycling country