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Archive for March, 2011

Flanders blog: The best race in the world

Cycle Sport’s deputy editor explains why the Tour of Flanders is the ultimate expression of cycling culture.

CS experts panel: The Tour of Flanders

The Tour of Flanders is one of the most beautiful races of the year. Here, our team of writers give their impressions of the race and try to predict the outcome.

Picture gallery: Het Nieuwsblad & Kuurne

The early semi-classics of Het Nieuwsblad and Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne saw contrasting weather and exciting, entertaining racing. Our snapper Andy Waterman got this superb gallery of pictures from the opening weekend of the Belgian racing season.

Iconic Places: the Muur van Geraardsbergen

The Muur van Geraardsbergen is the most famous climb of the Tour of Flanders, which takes place on Sunday. Cycle Sport’s Iconic Places series covered it in the January 2009 edition of the magazine.

Interview: The Pooley Paradox

Trofeo Alfredo Binda winner Emma Pooley continues to astonish the cycling world with the panache of her victories. We interviewed her for the March edition of Cycle Sport.

Criterium International 2011 photo gallery

Criterium International 2011

Criterium International 2011 photo gallery by Graham Watson, March 26-27 2011

Iconic Places: the Kemmelberg

The crux of this weekend’s Ghent-Wevelgem race is the famous Kemmelberg climb, featured in Cycle Sport’s Iconic Places series earlier this year.

CS Blog: And the new cycling superpower is…France!

France has been enjoying one of its best seasons for years. Will 2011 be seen as the start of a renaissance?

Cycle Sport’s manifesto: A challenge to the team owners

Yesterday we analysed Jonathan Vaughters’s 10-point plan to reinvigorate cycling. Today we are suggesting 11 things the teams could do to improve their lot and fight for a better deal for everyone who has an interest in pro road racing.

CS Comment: Analysing JV’s 10-point plan for cycling

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We look at Jonathan Vaughters’s 10-point plan for cycling, as revealed to the BBC.