Edward Pickering

Cycle Sport blog: Mega Omega

Omega-Pharma look like early winners in the winter transfer market. We compare the 2011 teams before the season begins in a fortnight

Stage three: Orchies-Boulogne sur Mer

WHERE ARE WE? We start in Orchies, one of 2012 cycling’s holy places. It was on the cobbled sector here that Tom Boonen attacked to win Paris-Roubaix this spring, in…

Cycle Sport’s big read of the year 2010

Welcome to Cycle Sport’s Big Read of the Year 2010, a collection of some of the finest writing from Britain’s best monthly cycling magazine. It’s time to sit back, relax…

Classic races: 1990 Tour de France

An early escape turned the 1990 Tour de France into a three-week game of catch-up for reigning champion Greg LeMond. Would he repeat the previous year's victory, or had he…

Jeremy Hunt interview – On the hunt again

A Tour de France debut was a long time coming for Jeremy Hunt. Here, the veteran British rider looks back at a turbulent career and talks about life after Cervélo…

A crit on the side

Bored after the Tour de France? For the ultimate post-Tour racing fix, we accompany Robbie McEwen to two post-Tour criteriums

Laurent Fignon: A tribute to an icon

French cycling lost one of its most enigmatic figures earlier this year, when two-time Tour de France champion Laurent Fignon died. Here is our tribute to a man who stood…

Geraint Thomas Interview: Wales of a time

The British road race champion tells Cycle Sport about his incredible performance during the first week of the 2010 Tour de France, and looks forward to even better results in

Aldo Sassi: The Philosophy of Coaching

The world of cycling is mourning the death of Aldo Sassi. We can think of no better tribute to his memory than this first-person interview, conducted recently with Cycle Sport,…