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  • The script has changed but the race isn’t over

The script has changed but the race isn’t over

It’s bike racing. Anything can happen. There were 194 starters for the fifth stage and 193 finishers. The missing rider was Chris Froome. The King of the 100th Tour is gone, long live his successor…   Sir Dave Brailsford introduces his [...]
  • RIDE Cycling Review – issue #03

RIDE Cycling Review – issue #03

In this bumper 220 page edition we’ve got all the angles covered! There’s a 36 page Tour de France preview including a stage by stage write up and a look at each of the teams competing this year, backed […]

  • L’étape du Tour

L’étape du Tour

With the 2014 Tour de France rapidly approaching as well as our 3rd issue (on sale from 26th June), we thought now would be a great time to look back at a piece by Mike Cotty in the last […]

  • Inside the peloton: footage of a sprint

Inside the peloton: footage of a sprint

  Getting a better perspective of the action   Using Shimano’s new on-bike cameras in the Tour of California, Koen de Kort and John Degenkolb give fans a unique look at what it’s like to prepare a sprint in the pro peloton. [...]
  • 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 […]

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