Latest issue of Cycle Sport comes with a 2013 Giro d'Italia DVD with 2.5 hrs of coverage of the race that got the better of Bradley Wiggins

Cycle Sport June 2014 issue welcomes the first Grand Tour of the year, the Giro d’italia. with its start in Norhern Ireland the race has never been so accessible for all of us to go and watch. The lastest issue of Cycle Sport magazine has all the stage details and runs through the contenders for what is a wide open race.

Also in this months issue, Gregor Brown has been on the trail of Peter Sagan. The Slovak sensation is always at the head of affairs in the classics season and we wanted to know if he is still the crazy kid that wheelies over the finish line. We were suprised with what people close to him told us.

Peter Sagan Cycle Sport June-1

The Yates twins could be the most talented two neo pro riders in the peloton. They wasted no time in getting to the front of the WorldTour races and mixing it up with the best in the bunch. Who are they, and where have they come from? Richard Abraham finds out.

Is Paris-Nice under threat from the new races in the middle east? The Race to the Sun used to be the warm-up race for grand tour riders and sprinters alike, but with other choices out there the week long race is struggling to attract the headliners. Edward Pickering gets under the skin of one of Cycle Sport’s favourite races.

Paris Nice CS June-1

Also in this issue we have a stunning set of pictures from Strade Bianche, new Racing Digest pages, Moreno Hofland interview, Nacer Bouhanni on his love of boxing, Ridley Noah and BMC TMR01 bikes and more.

Cycle Sport is available from all good newsagents and supermarkets, and digitally via iTunes, Google Play, Zinio.com and on Nook and Kindle Fire devices (DVD comes with paper issue only). Priced £4.95