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Archive for April, 2011


Gilbertissimo! Liège-Bastogne-Liège analysis

Never has anybody in cycling made anything so difficult look so easy. Philippe Gilbert’s Liège victory netted the Belgian an Ardennes triple crown.

CS Expert Panel: Liège-Bastogne-Liège

Everything you ever needed to know about Sunday’s big Classic, courtesy of the brains behind Cycle Sport.

The Walloon arrow: Flèche Wallonne analysis

Philippe Gilbert’s victory on the Mur de Huy showed a once-in-a-generation rider at the peak of his powers.

Iconic Places: the Mur de Huy

The Mur de Huy is one of the steepest and most spectacular finishing climbs in cycling. Cycle Sport’s Iconic Places series covered it in July 2009.

CS Expert Panel: Flèche Wallonne

Cycle Sport’s team of experts takes a look at the midweek Flèche Wallonne Classic which features cycling’s most notorious uphill finish, the Mur de Huy

The head and the legs: Amstel Gold analysis

In an otherwise conservative race, Philippe Gilbert’s panache and strength at Amstel Gold were too much for his rivals.

CS expert panel: Amstel Gold

The hilly Classics kick off on Sunday, with the Amstel Gold Race. Cycle Sport’s team of experts analyse the race and make their predictions for the outcome.

Interviewing Pat McQuaid

The May edition of Cycle Sport features an interview with Pat McQuaid, the president of the UCI. Here, journalist Lionel Birnie gives some background to the extensive magazine feature that seeks to answer the question: Who is Pat McQuaid and why is he running our sport?

Iconic Places: The Cauberg

This week, the Classics head for the hills, for the Amstel Gold Race, which finishes on the famous Cauberg climb. Cycle Sport’s Iconic Places series covered it in June 2010.

Cycle Sport June: Out now!

Cycle Sport June is out now, and it’s packed with great features and photography. Plus a 32-page Giro d’Italia guide, a 16-page Giro picture special, and three 8×10 retro prints!