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Archive for April, 2012

Liège-Bastogne-Liège analysis: never give in

Maxim Iglinskiy won Liège-Bastogne-Liège in a tense and absorbing finale, nullifying Vincenzo Nibali’s bold solo attack

Flèche Wallonne analysis: rain, pain and Spain

Spaniard Joaquim Rodriguez left his rivals for dead on the Mur de Huy to win Flèche Wallonne.

Your Summer Cycle Checklist…

As the drab, icy winter months move on and we blossom into balmy spring, it’s time you re-thought your bike etiquette. From your skin to tyres, this quick-fix guide intends to get you up to scratch on three of the most important things you need to know to make cycling during the summer months as comfortable as possible.

Amstel Gold analysis: the king is dead

Enrico Gasparotto was a surprise winner at Amstel Gold, after defending champion Philippe Gilbert failed to produce his best form.

The secret life of Thomas Voeckler

Our revealing interview with the French star, first published in Cycle Sport April 2012.

Cycle Sport June: out now!

Our latest edition features the very best writing and photography of professional cycling, and also a 32-page Giro d’Italia guide, a 16-page retro picture special, and three unique art prints.

Paris-Roubaix analysis: ride of the century

Tom Boonen’s extraordinary spring reached its climax with a coruscating solo victory in Paris-Roubaix

Comment: short-changed by the route change

The new parcours of the Tour of Flanders gave us a great winner, but an underwhelming race.

Tour of Flanders analysis: never two without three

Tom Boonen took a record-equalling Tour of Flanders win, outsprinting Filippo Pozzato and Alessandro Ballan in Oudenaarde.