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Our man in the bunch 1: turning professional

Cycle Sport’s Our Man in the Bunch series ran through the 2012 season. Our anonymous professional rider sent us a series of dispatches, covering all subjects from money, through media to management and more

Tour of Switzerland analysis: who’s hot? Who’s not?

The Tour of Switzerland is the final big test before the Tour de France, the last piece of the ‘Who’s in form?’ jigsaw. Here’s how the pieces fell.

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.

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?

Fumiyuki Beppu interview: Japan’s rising son

Japan is full of bicycles and kerin racing is huge, but Fumiyuki Beppu is one of only four Japanese road riders competing at the top level.

Mark Cavendish interview: centre of attention

Cycle Sport was the first magazine to run an in-depth interview with BBC Sports Personality of the Year Mark Cavendish following his world championships win in Copenhagen. Here is the feature, from Cycle Sport December.

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.

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.

Tour talking points, part one

Analysis behind the headlines at the Tour de France.