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  • Allan Peiper on BMC at Paris-Roubaix

Allan Peiper on BMC at Paris-Roubaix

As he drove from the BMC team’s hotel to the roads that will be used for Paris-Roubaix this Sunday, Allan Peiper took a call from RIDE’s editor Rob Arnold. Last Sunday, Greg van Avermaet was the runner-up in the […]

  • Ian Stannard breaks his back at Gent-Wevelgem

Ian Stannard breaks his back at Gent-Wevelgem

Team Sky’s 26 year old British rider is set for a prolonged period off of the bike after crashing out of Sunday’s Gent-Wevelgem. After spending the night in a Belgian hospital, news emerged that a CT scan had confirmed […]

  • Bikes of the 2014 pro peloton

Bikes of the 2014 pro peloton

The main feature in Ride Cycling Review issue #02 is about the bikes of the 2014 pro peloton. With over 230 photos there is a lot of imagery to take in. Few get to see the bikes of the […]

  • Rules of the bunch – etiquette on the bike

Rules of the bunch – etiquette on the bike

Cycling isn’t complicated. It’s about you and what you choose to do with your bike. Where you ride, how you ride, and with whom you ride all influence your enjoyment from the act of cycling. When it comes to […]

Geraint Thomas: the progression to leadership

An injury for Chris Froome in the days leading up to Tirreno-Adriatico set in motion a sequence of events that led to Geraint Thomas being given leadership responsibility at Team Sky for Paris-Nice. An lo, four days into the [...]

Strade Bianche Gallery – By Paolo Cibra

Last Saturday 142 riders lined up for the eighth edition of the Italian race that has become known as Strade Bianche. The honour roll for this young race is an impressive list of names: Kolobnev, Cancellara, Lövkvist, Iglinsky, Gilbert, [...]

RIDE in Ireland

Generally the idea is to keep the location of the next Caffeine Culture visit quiet until the time of release of a new issue. But the latest instalment has elements that begged to be shared. We visit Northern Ireland [...]

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