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Gustav Larsson: Any Questions?


While half his team-mates have left for pastures new, Olympic silver medallist Gustav Larsson is content to build on a successful year that included his first Grand Tour stage win.

Mark Cavendish Interview: Obsessive compulsive marauder

Mark Cavendish Interview

Rather than see it as a disadvantage, HTC-Columbia has managed to turn Mark Cavendish’s furious perfectionism into a serious asset. In 2010, it’ll be catapulting him towards plenty of victories, including, he hopes, the Tour de France green jersey in July.

Out on the road with David Millar & Michael Barry

David Millar & Michael Barry Interview

David Millar and Michael Barry are two of the most articulate and reflective professional cyclists. Both are unashamed racing traditionalists, and both are racing aesthetes, with strong opinions on how cycling should be. Cycle Sport followed them out for a spin, then listened as they stopped for a coffee and a chat.

Ryder Hesjedal Interview: Team Ryder

Ryder Hesjedal

Being a team player is what it’s all about when riding for a pro squad, and Ryder Hesjedal is the perfect example of this. Crucial to Bradley Wiggins’s great result in the 2009 Tour, Hesjedal explains his key role in Garmin’s success, not forgetting his own big victories.

David Millar Interview: Millar’s Tale

David Millar Interview

After a promising early career, David Millar reached his lowest ebb in 2004 when he was slapped with a doping ban. Six years on, the Garmin rider explains how all that was part of the process that has made him the rider — and the man — he is today.

Damiano Cunego Interview: Inside Casa Cunego

Damiano Cunego interview

His house is surrounded by a high fence so the paparazzi can’t take photographs of him, but is the 2004 Giro d’Italia winner hiding from the reality of a potential that remains unfulfilled? Cycle Sport went behind the fence to find out.

Fabian Cancellara Interview: Fabian the fabulous

Fabian Cancellara Interview

He wins Classics, Tour stages and world titles, and he’s so fast he’s been accused of hiding an engine in his bike. We find out what really drives the most powerful legs in the peloton.

Greg Lemond Interview: Tour de France 1990

Greg Lemond Tour de France 1990

Cycle Sport talks to Greg LeMond about his 1990 Tour de France win

Marco Pinotti Interview – 7 steps to athletic perfection

Marco Pinotti

Nicknamed ‘the perfect athlete’ at HTC-Columbia, four-times Italian time trial champion Marco Pinotti, 33, outlines how to be the ultimate bike rider. Marco Pinotti is probably the last person in the world who would call himself perfect. Anyone who says, like Pinotti, that he’s taken 10 years to become a ‘good’ rider, clearly isn’t a man with a huge ego.

Servais Knaven: Any Questions?

Servais Knavem

We talk to former Paris-Roubaix winner Servias Knaven about retirement, the best riders of his generation and having time to take in the sights