RIDE – Current Issue (Australian addresses only)

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Armstrong: an era of asterisks*

RIDE #30 (September 2005). Since the announcement by Lance Armstrong on 23 August 2012 that he would not contest the charges by USADA, there has b...
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Matt Lloyd – chat before the crash…

Before his third start in the Tour de France, Matt Lloyd had stated that the eighth stage was one he had earmarked. At 158km long with seven climbs it was d...
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Simon Clarke column (Flashback RIDE #50)

In stage four of the Vuelta a España of 2012, Simon Clarke earned his first professional victory by outsprinting his escape companion, the reigning world TT...
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Robert Forstemann Interview

One photo from the Olympic village in London attracted world-wide attention... Germany's road sprinting sensation, André Greipel, and one of his compatriots, Ro...
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Anna Meares – Retrospective (Part 01)

With the track cycling world championships coming up quickly (4-8 April 2012) and the Olympics following not long afterwards, RIDE Cycling Review is going to be publishing some relevant 'highlights' of previous issues. The first feature in the series comes from 2004 when Anna Meares became the first woman to ride the 500 metre time trial in less than 34 seconds....
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Shane Perkins: Recollections of a keirin…

On the day Shane Perkins returned from Apeldoorn, Holland, after winning the keirin world championships in March this year, RIDE spoke with him about the experi...
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Brian Nygaard Q&A

At the beginning of the 2011 season, Rob Arnold sat down with the manager of the recently created Leopard-Trek formation Brian Nygaard. The team was contesting ...