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Top women cyclists reveal how they would improve women's cycling

Maria David 26 Mar 2019 We look at the current state of women’s professional road racing, and hear from those at the sharp end of the fight to improve conditions When the winner crosses the finish line of the Tour of Flanders, he will pocket €20,000. A few hours earlier the winner of the women’s race will win just €1150. Apart from some of the big races in the UK, such as the Tour de Yorkshire and the Women’s Tour, the women’s prize fund is only a small fraction o...


Cyclist Off-Road on sale now!

Stu Bowers 25 Mar 2019 It’s new for gravel adventure riding from the team behind Cyclist magazine Photography: Antton Miettinen [1], George Marshall [2], Jennifer Doohan [3], Geoff Waugh [4], Mike Massaro [5] At Cyclist we are dedicated to the thrill of the ride, and whether you call it gravel, off-road, adventure or road-plus, there’s no denying that more and more cyclists are seeking their riding thrills beyond where the tarmac comes to an end. In recognition of...


How to solve a problem like Deceuninck-QuickStep?

Joe Robinson 25 Mar 2019 Right now, one team is proving unbeatable in the one-day Classics so, how can their rivals change the tide Words: Joe Robinson If I were Peter Sagan, Greg Van Avermaet or anyone else with aspirations in the Cobbled Classics right now, I’d be at home pulling my hair out, trying to desperately think of a way to beat Deceuninck-QuickStep. Because, at the moment, Patrick Lefevere’s boys in blue are unbeatable across one day of riding...


Classics power play: How many watts did it take to win Milan-San Remo?

Joe Robinson 25 Mar 2019 Some of Saturday's best riders posted their San Remo rides to Strava and the numbers are incredible The 2019 Milan-San Remo reverted to type; seven hours of anticipation with 20 minutes of electrifying entertainment. However as Strava shows, the race was as brutally hard as expected. For a third consecutive year, the winning move came on the slopes of the Poggio, the races final climb just 5km from the Via Roma finish line, ...


Balancing tradition and change: Are the routes of the Monuments going stale?

Daniel Ostanek 24 Mar 2019 With Liège-Bastogne-Liège changing its route, Cyclist asks whether it is time for the other Classics races to follow suit Let’s talk about race routes, shall we They’re the bread and butter of pro cycling – the roads, hills and cobbles which make the races we all love. From Alpe dHuez and the Arenberg to the Mur de Huy and the Stelvio, the sacred routes that the calendar visits year after year are where legends have been built ...


A day in history: The epic 2013 Milan-San Remo

Joe Robinson 22 Mar 2019 Cyclist takes a look back at one of the most epic races of the modern era, the 2013 Milan-San Remo Words: Joe Robinson Its feeling a little like Christmas Eve for us cycling fans. Tomorrow is Milan-San Remo, the first Monument of the year, La Classicissima di Primavera. A beautiful race, snaking 291km - with extras - from the bustle of Milan, through the hills of Lombardy before hitting the glorious Ligurian coastline for the races final b...


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