Cycle Sport

Cycle Sport takes you behind the scenes of professional cycling, bringing you closer to the riders and the races. Our insightful interviews, indepth analysis and stunning photography bring the sport to life each month. The magazine is available in print and to download via iTunes and Google Play.

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Nairo Quintana on stage twenty-one of the 2014 Giro d'Italia

Nairo Quintana: Against all the odds

Nairo Quintana first raised eyebrows when he won the Tour de l’Avenir in 2010. He was instantly tipped to be of one of the best prospects for the future of…

Mark Cavendish Interview

Mark Cavendish Interview: Obsessive compulsive marauder

Rather than see it as a disadvantage, HTC-Columbia has managed to turn Mark Cavendish’s furious perfectionism into a serious asset. In 2010, it’ll be catapulting him towards plenty of victories,…

Grand Tour Doubles – Introduction

Grand Tour Doubles – Introduction

It’s the ultimate stage racing achievement — winning two Grand Tours in the space of a single season. Cycle Sport takes a look at the exclusive club that includes Eddy…

David Millar & Michael Barry Interview

Out on the road with David Millar & Michael Barry

David Millar and Michael Barry are two of the most articulate and reflective professional cyclists. Both are unashamed racing traditionalists, and both are racing aesthetes, with strong opinions on how…

1987 Liege Bastogne Liege

Classic Races: 1987 Liège-Bastogne-Liège

A bullet in rainbow colours. The winner of the 1987 Liège-Bastogne-Liège should have been either Stephen Roche or Claude Criquielion, who had attacked and gone clear together, but they made…