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Lance Armstrong: the end

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

Comment: the ascent of Pozzovivo

One small rider. One big climb. Why Domenico Pozzovivo is attracting attention at the Giro d’Italia

Iconic Places: Sestriere

The Tour will cross the 2,033-metre high climb of Sestriere en route to Pinerolo. We covered this historic climb in the June 2009 edition of Cycle Sport.

Iconic Places: Luz Ardiden

The Tour is climbing its first summit finish at Luz Ardiden on Bastille Day. We covered this incredible climb in our Iconic Places series in the Summer edition this year.

Lance Armstrong: the endgame begins

Is it time for cycling to unhitch its wagon from the Armstrong legacy?

What we’ve learned so far in 2011

The 2011 season is a month old today. So, what have we learned so far?

What’s changed in Cycling? 2000 – 2010

Lance Armstrong

As the most turbulent decade in cycling’s history draws to a close, we look back at the difficult journey and assess what progress has been made. The turn of the century brought a sense of cautious optimism in the world of professional cycling, an opportunity to turn a new page and embrace change.

The greatest 50 cycling books of all time: 30-21

Numbers 30 to 21 in Cycle Sport’s countdown of the greatest 50 cycling books of all time.

The greatest cycling books of all time: 20-11

Numbers 20 to 11 in Cycle Sport’s countdown of the greatest 50 cycling books of all time.

The greatest cycling books of all time: the top five

Numbers 5 to 1 in Cycle Sport’s countdown of the greatest 50 cycling books of all time.