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Cyclist Cyclist


December 2019

Dedicated solely to road cycling. Cyclist is the very first magazine of its kind. A celebration of the freedom to explore and the gear that makes road cycling special. Cyclist will take you on the world's best routes and get behind the doors of iconic brands. With performance advice from the experts, we unearth tall tales from the pro peloton and get you up-close to the best road bikes and technology. Plus, Cyclist mixes in-depth articles with breathtaking imagery from the sport's best photographers. It's the road cycling magazine you've been waiting for. In every issue you can enjoy: - The most exhilarating cycle routes and sportives in the world - their history, when to go and how to get the best from your trip. - The most in-depth road bike reviews and must-have gear. - Expert opinion on components, training, nutrition and technology. - The stories behind the biggest brand names and most influential people in cycling

United Kingdom
Dennis Publishing UK
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7,39 $(TVA Incluse)
59,24 $(TVA Incluse)
13 Numéros


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ed’s letter

Can we go home yet?’ That was the constant refrain from my two daughters as they huddled beneath a single umbrella on a roadside in Harrogate at the end of September. Neither are cycling fans, but I had persuaded them to accompany me to watch the Road Race World Championships with the promise that it would be similar to the time we visited Yorkshire to see the Tour de France in 2014. Back then, we lounged in the sunshine, chatting with others in the crowd as we awaited the peloton. The kids gorged on ice cream and the adults sipped on cold beers while we watched the action on a big screen and topped up our tan lines. This year’s Worlds was nothing like that. The grassy verges of Harrogate had been…

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EDITORIAL Editor Pete Muir Deputy Editor Stu Bowers Art Director Rob Milton Production Editor Martin James Features Editor James Spender Commissioning Editor Peter Stuart Staff Writer Sam Challis Website Editor Jack Elton-Walters Web Writer Joseph Robinson App production/subbing Michael Donlevy Additional design Michael Mansfield Cover image Patrik Lundin ADVERTISING Senior Advertising Manager Adrian Hogan Account Manager Alex Law Senior Sales Executive Ben Lorton Sales Executive Logan Van Der Poel-Treacy Agency Account Manager Rebecca New PUBLISHING, MARKETING AND SUBS Managing Director Dharmesh Mistry Lifestyle Marketing Manager Samantha Pashley Head of Events Emma Turner Marketing Manager Holly Fradley PRODUCTION AND NEWSTRADE Creative Repro Manager Dave Kinnard Senior Production Manager Daniel Stark Newstrade Director David Barker Newstrade Manager James Mangan SYNDICATION AND LICENSING Syndication Manager Ryan Chambers Licensing Manager Carlotta Serantoni DENNIS PUBLISHING CEO James Tye Company Founder Felix Dennis…

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big softy

Having been making titanium frames in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, since 1981, Moots can lay claim to being one of the most experienced fabricators of gravel bikes in the world. ‘Making bikes to handle the type of riding now classed as “gravel” is what we’ve been doing in one form or another since we were founded,’ says product developer Nate Bradley. ‘It was driven out of necessity because Steamboat Springs is very rural. There’s one big road east to west and one north to south. Then there’s this spider’s web of hardpack that connects everywhere around town to everywhere else. These are the roads we ride on because there’s little traffic and they’re technically more engaging, so we’ve always built bikes best suited to that style of riding.’ Given that the industry has…

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castelli gabba ros jersey

£170, Castelli’s Gabba celebrates its 10th anniversary this year. That’s an impressive milestone for an item of clothing, but the Gabba hasn’t got to this grand old age without good reason. The race-fit, lightly insulated, weather-resistant jersey leapt to prominence after seemingly every pro used one at a particularly soggy Milan San-Remo in 2013 (with the Castelli logos blacked out to spare the blushes of rival team sponsors). These days, no clothing brand’s collection is complete without a Gabba equivalent. This newest revision is the Gabba’s fourth and sees it gain an ‘RoS’ label. Richard Mardle, Castelli brand director at its UK distributor Saddleback, explains, ‘A garment with the RoS name – “Rain or Shine” – means the rider only has to concern themselves with dressing to temperature, because the kit…

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elite nero smart rollers

£749.99, Traditionally rollers were more than just a means to train indoors – they were a tool for improving pedalling technique. Only riders with souplesse could stay upright and ride smoothly (if you want a masterclass, watch Eddy Merckx train on his rollers in the film La Course en Tete). The virtues of honing an efficient pedalling stroke are just as relevant today, but the difference now is Elite’s latest Nero Smart rollers can do a lot more besides. Being ‘smart’ means the Nero rollers can pair with third-party training platforms such as Zwift, enabling the magnetic variable resistance to adjust automatically according to the in-game terrain or any pre-planned workouts. Nero can simulate gradients up to 6% and offers up to 1,350 watts of resistance, and thanks to its ‘floating’ rollers…

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fizik argo r1 saddle

£184.99, Evidence is growing to support the anatomical benefits of snub-nosed saddles, so it was always a question of when, rather than if, Fizik would produce its own version. The Italian brand is quick to point out that it hasn’t just chopped the front off an Arione or Antares, though. ‘The Argo is totally different in design,’ Fizik says. ‘Our traditional saddles encourage riders to shift their position frequently. Argo puts the rider in a more planted position, allowing them to sit further forward without placing undue pressure on sensitive tissues.’…