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Rouleur, Issue 60

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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:

Cancellara: The Book of Fabian
Spartacus reflects on a fine career and looks ahead to one last chapter on the road in 2016

Jan Ullrich – part two
“We are going to see him again for another round of pleasantries. Or a fist fight. We are hoping for a fist fight.” The further adventures of our Danish duo Morten Okbo and Jakob Kristian Sørensen, this time at home with Ullrich in Switzerland

Theatre of Pain
Marshall Kappel captures the agonised faces at La Flèche Wallonne while Paul Maunder considers the joy of pain on the Mur de Huy

Colombia-Coldeportes
After four seasons in the peloton, the Colombian government-backed team folded in 2015. Manager Claudio Corti tells Colin O’Brien about the trials and tribulations of second-tier racing

Measure of a Man
Scanning Alex Dowsett in Germany and measuring Nairo Quintana in Pamplona: Movistar clothing supplier Endura in search of the perfect fit

Ryder Hesjedal
The 2012 Giro d’Italia winner on Hawaiian islands, moving to Trek Factory Racing and fish sandwiches, but not surfing. Ryder don’t surf

Tour de San Luis
Mad dogs and an Englishman go out in the Argentine sun at the early-season form sharpener

Plus columnists Robert Millar, Matt Seaton, Matt Rendell and Martin Procter

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