Cycle Sport‘s September 2007 issue goes on sale on Thursday, and features the magazine’s review of the Tour de France. From the stunning crowds watching the Grand Depart in London, to the final parade through Paris – with all the highs and lows in between – CS September covers it all.

Cycle Sport is on sale from WH Smith and all good newsagents, priced £3.95.

CYCLE SPORT SEPTEMBER 2007

FOCUS
Stunning images from the Tour de France

REVIEW
What’s been happening in the world of cycling

TOUR DE FRANCE 2007
The 2007 Tour was packed full of incident, both on the road and at the dope control. We chart the highs and the lows

GRANDEST GRAND DEPART
It was a weekend to remember . London and south-east England gave the Tour its best ever Grand Depart

WIM VANSEVENANT
CS pitches up in Wim Vansevenant’s home town of Eernegem in Belgium, to watch the local Tour hero – and lanterne rouge – pass through

LATE LUNCH IN LANDRECIES
A soigneur’s eye view of the Tour as it passes through the feed zone on stage three to Compiegne

WIGGINS: 100 MILES OF SOLITUDE
Bradley Wiggins’ amazing stage six breakaway almost gave Britain a win in the first week of the Tour

LINUS GERDEMANN
T-Mobile’s Linue Gerdemann gave the German fans something to shout about when he won stage seven to Le Grand Bornand, taking the yellow jersey in the process

BASQUES IN THE MIST
CS risks life and limb to join the Basque fans as they watch the Tour pass by in the Pyrenees

RISE AND FALL OF RASMUSSEN
Michael Rasmussen looked set to take his first Tour win with days to go. But instead, he’s facing disgrace

ASTANA: NOTES ON A SCANDAL
The Astana team have never been far from controversy and their 2007 Tour ended in confusion

MILLAR: SOMETHING TO BELIEVE IN
David Millar was shocked to hear of Alexandre Vinkourov’s positive doping test – he tells us why

JUST ANOTHER DAY IN PARADISE
It seemed at one point that team after team was being ejected from the Tour. We went to their hotels to find out what was going on behind the curtains

CONTADOR IN THE CROSSFIRE
Alberto Contador won the Tour in the closest three-way battle in the race’s history. But is his victory a tainted one?

RETRO: IT’S STEPHEN ROCHE
Cycle Sport relives Stephen Roche’s 1987 Tour de France victory

CYCLE SPORT CHALLENGE: PROTOUR DARTS
We challenge Tour riders to a game of darts at a south London venue

BROOMWAGON
A sideways look at the world of pro cycling, with Broomwagon’s own very particular brand of humour

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