Rouleur Magazine Issue 37
"As we head into the Classics season, Rouleur tackles the most feared and revered sector of cobbles in the cycling world: the Arenberg.
After decades of underfunding and injustice, is women’s cycling finally receiving the recognition it deserves following the London Olympics?
“I’m Yogi, aren’t I?” British road champion Ian Stannard asks Ned Boulting regarding a nickname not of his own choosing.
We accompanied United Healthcare at the Tour of Britain in Stoke with few expectations, and they promptly turned on the style for Taz Darling’s camera.
If, like us, you have been pronouncing Italian component manufacturer Miche as “Meesh” all these years, sorry to say you are wrong: it’s “Me-kay”.
It is 1981 and the Eastern Bloc is rapidly disintegrating. Martial Law is declared in Poland. A Polish rider is in Italy about to join a professional team, but his family are back home in Warsaw. Does he, like thousands of his countrymen all over the world, seek asylum?
Last, but certainly not least, if you enjoyed Morten Okbo and Jakob Kristian Sørensen’s fabulous Belgian road trip with Brian Holm (issues 30 and 32) then the slightly unhinged duo are at it again."