Rouleur, Issue 20.1
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Rouleur is a bi-monthly cycling magazine. It brings together leading cycling writers and photographers to convey the essence and imagery of road racing. Rouleur features photography and serious writing that celebrate the passion and beauty of the sport. In three years it has built a passionate and valuable readership among the most influential bike riders in the world.
In this issue:
In spite of fame, glory and 14 Tour stage wins, Marcel Kittel was unfulfilled. The German reflects on his greatest performances and why he walked away from pro cycling.
Fun is fast: we go on-set with Zwift and Mathieu van der Poel, seeing how they’re capturing the cycling zeitgeist with clever ads and marketing
Hugo Gladstone gets granular, charting the growth of gravel in pro cycling and there’s a look at the sibling effect in our sport – is having a brother or sister in the sport a help or a hindrance?
Plus racing from Milan-Sanremo and the Volta ao Algarve, Desire does gravel, Peter Sagan’s first race and columns from Romain Bardet, Ned Boulting and Orla Chennaoui.
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