After ten years at the top, Mark Cavendish is showing no signs of slowing down. He puts the cycling world to rights with his former directeur sportif and close friend Brian Holm, who is this issue’s guest editor.
Plus Jacques Anquetil, British national hill climb championships, Jørgen Leth, vintage pro bikes, Philippa York and more
Quick Step-Floors sports director Brian Holm is the guest editor of this edition. The Dane met up with his close friend and former charge Mark Cavendish, who reflects on ten years at the top and how the sport has changed.In an extract from his new book, Paul Fournel explores the many contradictions of French champion Jacques Anquetil, a dancer in a sport of lumberjacks.
We’re in Haiti for rum, voodoo ceremonies and tennis with director Jørgen Leth. In the middle of that, he looks back on A Sunday in Hell, 40 years after the classic cycling film hit the silver screen.
Also featuring: Cannondale-Drapac’s post-cycling planner, British national hill climb championships, the ultimate pro bike collection, Philippa York and warming winter kit from the Rouleur Classic.
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