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Archive for March, 2012


BMC: crunch time in Flanders

The world’s richest team is banking on a good performance at the Tour of Flanders, after a quiet start to the season.

Flanders blog: the Boom! generation

With just two days to go until the Tour of Flanders, we look at how the new route reflects the changing face of cycling as a sport

Making your investment choices – beginners guide

It doesn’t happen to all of us, but there is always the chance you may come into a lump sum of money. Maybe you get lucky on the lottery, or maybe a relative leaves you something; either way you’ve always been told that when you come into money you should invest it.

Ghent-Wevelgem analysis: the rise and fall and rise of Tom Boonen

Tom Boonen took his second WorldTour race in three days, winning a tense sprint in Ghent-Wevelgem

Interview: who is Pat McQuaid and why is he running our sport?

An extract from our major interview with the president of the sport’s governing body, the UCI.

Interview: Simon Gerrans

Cycle Sport featured an interview with Simon Gerrans in the April edition of the magazine. Following Gerrans’ win in Milan-San Remo, here is an online version of the feature.

Milan-San Remo analysis: clever boy

Brains beat brawn in the opening Classic of 2012, with Simon Gerrans outsprinting Fabian Cancellara at the end of an absorbing race. Cycle Sport looks at how he did it

Cycle Sport May: out now!

Cycle Sport May is out in UK shops tomorrow. It features interviews with former world champion Thor Hushovd, UCI president Pat McQuaid, Paris-Roubaix winner Johan Vansummeren and a joint Q&A with old rivals and new team-mates Robbie McEwen and Stuart O’Grady, plus part two of our new anonymous column from inside the peloton, written by a professional cyclist.

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?

Paris-Nice analysis: Wiggins and Sky take a giant step

Bradley Wiggins’ victory in Paris-Nice was a significant indication that the Tour de France is a realistic ambition