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Conquista, Issue 20

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Conquista is an independent quarterly journal celebrating all aspects of cycling sport & culture by means of the very best in journalism & photography.

Conquista represents a like-minded, interactive community, built around cycling and its lifestyle. You will find our home at conquista.cc – a regularly updated website, featuring shorter form articles & features. Our most pertinent musings are distilled into a quarterly publication, available as a digital download and in beautiful, high quality, perfect bound print.

We celebrate beautiful photography & embrace the principles of slow journalism, bringing in-depth comment & analysis after the 24 hour news agenda has moved-on and the dust has settled. We also indulge in more off -beat features, exploring all cycling disciplines from every corner of the globe.

Conquista will NOT give you . . .

  • Race reports or results
  • Nutritional advice (except, of course, involving coffee, beer or cake)
  • Training tips for your next ‘gran fondo’
  • ‘Ripped abs’ in just 6 weeks


In this issue:
A race in the style of the one-day Spring Classics that runs over a week in August. 27,000m of climbing in a country with no roads worthy of the name. The jersey of a team named after a place where their sponsor’s product is not for sale. A WorldTour rider who goes to race in Japan, only to find his power output just about qualifies him for the over-60s category. A man who won the Tour but then had it stolen by Henri Desgrange himself. And a powerhouse road racing nation whose national tour hasn’t been held in a decade.

Conquista issue 20. Who says it has to make sense?


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