Cycle Sport May 2014

Cycle Sport magazine May 2014 issue is on sale now! In the new issue we focus on the Spring Classics, with retro features looking back at some of the best editions and a look ahead at what may happen this season.

Is Bradley Wiggins about to take off into a new sphere of celebrity in the United States? That’s the question we ask as Sir Bradley heads over to the Tour of California.

Plus, there are features on Ellen Van Dijk, Michal Kwiatkowski, Rui Costa and beards in the peloton. There’s also our monthly look at the pro’s machines and desirable kit. And there’s the usual digest of expert analysis and unrivalled photography from the 2014 season so far.

Cycle Sport magazine May 2014 issue is on sale now at WHSmith, major supermarkets and all good newsagents priced £4.75

Cycle Sport May 2014 contents

Wiggins in the USA: Why is Bradley so keen to break America?

Tour of Oman: Chris Froome uses the Middle East to lay down a marker

San-Remo Brits: Italian Classic is a British happy hunting ground

Classic Classics: We pick the best races of modern times

Desert racing: Tours of Qatar, Oman and Dubai in pictures

Ellen Van Dijk: The Dutch time trial queen is looking for a new challenge

Retro bike: Roman Vainsteins’s De Rosa Merak

Michal Kwiatkowski: He’s already won two decent races this year — expect a lot more to come

Bike tests: Condor Super Acciaio and Specialized Venge

Het Volk: Ian Stannard may have won this year’s edition but it used to be the preserve of Flandrians

Focus: Belgian racing in pictures

Michael Albasini’s bike: Orica-GreenEdge Swiss star’s Scott Foil

Team of the month: Froome’s the leader, but who’s backing him up?

The racing month: Fascinating statistics, infotainment and more

Objects of desire: Parlee Z-Zero: taking custom carbon to a new level

A week in Majorca: The Balearic island is not just for the pros

Rui Costa: To look at him, you’d never guess he was world champ

Any questions? World cross king Zdenek Stybar has the answers

Graham Watson: A photographer’s life is easy in the Middle East

Flanders route: We rate the new course

History of the Paterberg: Creation of a legendary climb

Beards: You’re nobody in the peloton this year without whiskers

Product: All the best shiny new kit

Cycle Sport magazine May 2014 issue is on sale now at WHSmith, major supermarkets and all good newsagents priced £4.75

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