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Het Nieuwsblad analysis: Two against eight – how Omega Pharma won, then lost the race

Luca Paolini wins the 2013 Omloop Het Nieuwsblad

The Omega Pharma team did everything right at Het Nieuwsblad, except win

Lance Armstrong: the end

Resolution is fast approaching in the most controversial story in cycling. But there are still many questions to be answered

National championships: the big boys win

Only one team was ever going to triumph at the British national road race championships: Sky

Classic races: Tour of Flanders 1992

The 1992 Tour of Flanders followed the usual pattern – an escape going early in the race. But did the peloton know what they were doing by giving unknown Frenchman Jacky Durand a 22-minute head start?

Comment: cycling’s breakaway league

The leaked plans for a breakaway league of cycling look less like a dynamic vision for the future of the sport than a grab for cash.

Cycle Sport December: out now

Cycle Sport December 2011 issue

Cycle Sport December, featuring our review of the year and an exclusive interview and photo shoot with new world champion Mark Cavendish, is out now. It’s 164 pages of the best writing and photography of professional cycling, incisive banter and sharp analysis.

One shot at glory: worlds road race analysis

Great Britain knew exactly what they had to do for Mark Cavendish to win the rainbow jersey.

Cycle Sport August: On sale now!

Cycle Sport August is now in UK shops, featuring incredible photography, the best writing and the most original coverage of professional cycling. This month’s magazine features an in-depth, behind-the-scenes account of Bradley Wiggins’ victory at the Dauphiné, and a look at the greatest ever moments in Tour de France history.

Cycle Sport expert panel: Tour de France

Our writers predict how the Tour is going to pan out.

The Tour de force

Why the Tour de France is the most important bike race of the year